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  • flylo
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    I bet they were made for glass blowers to handle round tubes.

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  • Illinoyance
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    A shoemaker's lasting plier.

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  • Seastar
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    http://knipex-tools.com/fileadmin/si.../91311804k.jpg
    Here is the current version
    Bill

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  • metalmagpie
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    Glass tool - that makes sense, among other things the former owner was a glass artist. Thanks!

    metalmagpie

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  • GEP
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    Thats a tool the veterinarians use to harvest mountain oysters

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    They looked to me as if they might be used to flatten a bent over edge, on sheet metal. Alistair

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  • darryl
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    Joel has it right.

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  • Joel
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    Glass breaking/nibbling tool perhaps for stained glass work, or maybe an early style for tile? Just a guess.

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  • Lew Hartswick
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    Well what do they look like??? :-)
    ...lew...

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  • metalmagpie
    started a topic yet another "what is this tool" question

    yet another "what is this tool" question

    Unknown pliers - do YOU know what their purpose is? - metalmagpie



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