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Coping saw blades from another era

woodtickgreg

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That's so cool, I love finding vintage stuff like that. :cool:
 

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Wish I knew what year they were made. Under $,02 a blade, must be a few years back.
 

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If you wrote a "cent" sign on a piece of paper and asked anyone under 30 what it was, they probably wouldn't know.

They probably wouldn't know what a coping saw was either....

Alan
 

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I found an old box of 22 shells last spring- probably 1962 $.52 for 50- Yikes
My cousin bought a set of loading dies for his 25-20 because he couldn't find ammo, then he found out that he couldn't find primers so I gave him a box of cci small rifle primers that came in wooden trays. I got them years ago at a yard sale the boxes were marked 39c .
 
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