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H9072 Mortising machine (1) and chisels (10), steel, made by Alex Mathieson & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, c.1910
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Object statement
Mortising machine (1) and chisels (10), steel, made by Alex Mathieson & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, c.1910
Inscribed, "Alex Mathieson & Sons - Saracen - Toolworks - Glasgow"

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Mortising machine (1) and chisels (10), steel, made by Alex Mathieson & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, c.1910

1. Mortising machine, hand operated by means of a lever; incorporates a hand operated drill which locks for mortising; two hand wheels control position of the work table. 2. Set of ten chisels, taper shank, all bearing the number "2792", manufactured by Alex Mathieson & Sons, Glasgow, G.B., c.1910. Condition is good. Trademarks: Brand, "Saracen"; trademark, crescent and star; inscribed, "Alex Mathieson & Sons - Saracen - Toolworks - Glasgow". Dimensions 47cm x 72cm x 141cm, with 30cm overhang. (SB).

Made: Alex Mathieson & Son; Glasgow, Scotland; 1900 - 1920
H9072
Production date
1900 - 1920

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Acquisition credit line
Gift of Miss Clements, 1973

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