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  1. I am not 100% sure on this, but this might be the...

    I am not 100% sure on this, but this might be the Robert Bishop's grave.

    Robert Bishop (1825-1888) - Find A Grave Memorial

    Rob
  2. I have. Robert Bishop. I have not done any real...

    I have.
    Robert Bishop.
    I have not done any real research on him.
    He was listed as a machinist starting in 1853 and up to 1887.
    This looks like it could be an early one.

    Rob
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    That would be Wilkinson. Rob

    That would be Wilkinson.

    Rob
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    I think the base is there. In one of the...

    I think the base is there.
    In one of the pictures, I see a base, with a wood top and a bench vise on it.
    This might be the original base.

    Rob
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    It is an F.E. Wells & Son of Greenfield. Missing...

    It is an F.E. Wells & Son of Greenfield.
    Missing the cabinet base.
    I think they became part of Greenfield Tap & Die.

    Rob
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    Read post #8 Rob

    Read post #8

    Rob
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    It is a Dietz, Schumacher & Co. lathe of...

    It is a Dietz, Schumacher & Co. lathe of Cincinnati. Made probably in the early 1890's.

    Rob
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    I don't think that will help you. Most likely...

    I don't think that will help you. Most likely they are replacement gears.

    Rob
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    Sold for $1350.00. Six bidders and 22 bids. Rob

    Sold for $1350.00. Six bidders and 22 bids.

    Rob
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    This one does have that clamshell design, but it...

    This one does have that clamshell design, but it looks like part of it is missing.
    The clamshell is an earlier design.

    Rob
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    Space is always a problem. Sometimes I have...

    Space is always a problem. Sometimes I have stacked machines upon one another.
    My 1870's Paul Sand screw feed drill is still sitting in the back of my truck until I figure out where to put it.
    Of...
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    A nice early one. One of the feed rod clamps is...

    A nice early one. One of the feed rod clamps is sitting on the table.
    I think this is earlier than 1870. Here it is from 1857.

    History of prominent mercantile and manufacturing ... v.6. - Full...
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    As Joe has said, based on the small pictures,...

    As Joe has said, based on the small pictures, this could be a planer from the 1850's to 1860's.
    My advice is not to wait for a "few months". If there is that much old iron there I would be there...
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    I agree with Joe on Facebook. I swore I would...

    I agree with Joe on Facebook.
    I swore I would never join, but after hearing my friends say they found this machine on FBM and that machine on FBM, I had to join.
    I just found this Paul Sand drill...
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    Pictures of my George Goulding 3 foot chain drive...

    Pictures of my George Goulding 3 foot chain drive planer circa 1850.

    Photo Index - George Goulding; Bagley & Sewall Co. - Goulding planer | VintageMachinery.org

    Rob
  16. R. K. LeBlond. Rob

    R. K. LeBlond.

    Rob
  17. Here are the specs for the No.5 machine. ...

    Here are the specs for the No.5 machine.

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/12046/25171.pdf

    Rob
  18. Cylinder re-boring machine made by Marvel...

    Cylinder re-boring machine made by Marvel Machinery Co. Minneapolis, MN.

    Patents covering this machine.

    Patent Images

    Patent Images

    Rob
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    I think both levers would be gear and rack...

    I think both levers would be gear and rack operation.
    You can see four holes in the front column ways for a rack.
    It also looks like there is a recessed pocket in the saddle table ways for a rack....
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    This is what I said in the other thread after...

    This is what I said in the other thread after seeing pictures of the other parts.
    "It is the Small Hand Milling Machine and not the No.5.
    The hand mill used most of the same castings as the No.5....
  21. I am not to far away and was planning on going,...

    I am not to far away and was planning on going, but I just fell a week ago on some ice in my driveway and broke my left arm.
    Just had surgery today to pin the bone together, so that puts me out.
    ...
  22. Hilpipre Machine Shop Auction, Iowa, Gray Planer

    Here is a Hilpipre auction near Waterloo, Iowa on February 23.

    Hilpipre Auction Company | Machine Shop Auction - Machinery equipment, 20 Ton unused steel, tooling, and general shop equipment lots...
  23. Here is a short South Bend for you on ebay. ...

    Here is a short South Bend for you on ebay.

    South Bend 9" Swing Lathe | eBay

    Sorry for not posting pictures of it but for some reason it is not working for me.

    Rob
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    Catalog says about 500 lbs. I think that...

    Catalog says about 500 lbs.
    I think that included the countershaft.

    Rob
  25. Not South Bend. It is Automotive Maintenance...

    Not South Bend.

    It is Automotive Maintenance Machinery Co. (AMMCO), which Delta purchased the shaper line.

    Rob
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