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Number 82 ® ® ® A Journal of Tool Collecting published by CRAFTS of New Jersey ® ® ® June 1994

 whatsit-18
Letters Recieved:
It is my good fortune to have Whatsit No. 18 new in the box complete with instructions. It is a Linoleum Layers  Scriber.
 
William T. Wilkins - Houston Texas


Number 83 ® ® ® A Journal of Tool Collecting published by CRAFTS of New Jersey ® ® ® September 1994

whatsit-19
Letters Recieved:
whatsit #19 in the Sept. ToolShed seems quite similar to little gadgets (usually not sophisticated) that golfers used to repair ball dents in the putting green. The little prongs are used to dig into and lift up the dented spot in the turf and then the area is steped on to press it back down to level.
 
Bob Nelson -Cheverly Maryland