Some of my reenactment tools

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Some of my reenactment tools

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Just thought I'd post a few pics of the tools i've either made or bought. I'm planning to use then to reenact a travelling canvasworker and tent repairer.
I will be available at some events to make repairs on site hopefully.
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Nice pics Steve :thumbup: , are those the new shears you ordered??

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Yes, I received the shears fairly quickly and they're chunky enough for cutting canvas.

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May I ask who made the shears, they look rather nice.
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Hi. The shears where made by The English Cutler. Here is his link http://www.todsstuff.co.uk/theenglishcu ... -snips.htm
These ones where £41 including delivery.

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Thanks, I know Tod, excellent. mmm thinks...;-)
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