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Monarch 1906 Model A Lathe


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Default Re: Monarch 1906 Model A Lathe

Vises with the front jaw stationary are usually shaper vises. That one does not look like the typical shaper vise but shapers may have been common in Europe longer than here. At $25.00 you could make a few bucks.
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