Re: Swiss-Army Knifes or Leathermen are PERIOD
- The next item down, the Hunting and Work Desk, reminds me of the piano
makers toolbox poster from Fine Woodworking. Lovely pieces of work, and
some of them made and used by the Elector himself. Great
link....Stephan von Hesse
- There are a couple that look like gimlets to me as well... The two polished shafts with dark points... The one furthest around to the right appears to be a skew chisel...
--Alysaundre Weldon d'Ath
Barony of Adiantum, An Tir
leaking pen wrote:
I see a file, a saw, some heads that look like they are some type of
allen keys that were custom shaped, and... a skeleton key!
On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 8:45 PM, Ralph Lindberg <n7bsn@amsat. org> wrote:
> http://www.gilbert- collection. org.uk/previous_ exhibitions/ dresden/index. html
> Scroll down a bit more the 3/4's of the way and check this out
> Scroll down a bit more the 3/4's of the way and check this outSomeone lent me a book once called, "The Splendor of Dresden". I
believe this was in there.
The one I liked, though, was a rapier that, when your opponent says
something like, "I know something you do not. I know that I am not
left handed!" You can say, "I know something you do not." Then press a
button and 20cm more blade pops out of the handle.