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Subject: E A Berg Sweden

Description: A history
Author: Watson Cutter
Vol: 15Year: 2003Month: August
Category: History   Topic: E A Berg

Subject: Early Australian Toolmakers 1788 - 1939

Description: Conference Presentation March 2000
Author: John D McDonald
Vol: 12Year: 2000Month: November
Category: History   Topic: Toolmakers

Subject: Early Bailey Planes - Some Ramblings

Author: Mick Dowling (m)
Vol: 26Year: 2014Month: February
Category: Plane   Topic: Bailey

Subject: Early English Adjustable Wrenches found in Australia

Description: English Adjustable wrench study
Author: Hawking/Geesin
Vol: 20Year: 2008Month: February
Category: Wrenches   Topic: History

Subject: ebay

Description: A How to use the Computer auction site
Author: Mick Dowling
Vol: 17Year: 2005Month: November
Category: Auction   Topic: Ebay

Subject: Editor's Note

Vol: 28Year: 2016Month: November
Category: Note   Topic: Editor

Subject: Editor's Note - Windmills

Vol: 30Year: 2018Month: February
Category: Editor   Topic: Windmills

Subject: Editorial Comment - HTPAA Publications

Vol: 30Year: 2018Month: February
Category: Editorial   Topic: Publications

Subject: Electro Borac Steel

Description: Heat Treatment Explanation
Author: Ian McIntosh
Vol: 6Year: 1994Month: August
Category: Steel Manf   Topic: Electro Borac

Subject: Electrolytic Removal of Dust

Description: Rust removal practice explained
Author: Kevin Chamberlain
Vol: 14Year: 2002Month: February
Category: Cleaning   Topic: Electolytic

Subject: Elegy on a Suburban Tool Chest

Description: Old Tools explained
Author: Roy Fuller
Vol: 9Year: 1997Month: May
Category: Collecting   Topic: Tool Chest

Subject: Engineering in History

Description: A book reviewed
Vol: 12Year: 2000Month: November
Category: Book   Topic: History

Subject: Engineers Rule & The Phoenix Factory

Description: An early foundry explained
Author: Frank Ham
Vol: 18Year: 2006Month: February
Category: Phoenix   Topic: Foundry

Subject: Engineers' Joint Slide Rules

Author: Bruce Sandie (m)
Vol: 28Year: 2016Month: February
Category: History   Topic: Slide Rule

Subject: English Sectors & their use

Description: An Explanation
Author: Bruce Sandie
Vol: 18Year: 2006Month: February
Category: History   Topic: Garden Tools

Subject: Ephemera a link with the Past

Description: The importance of paper
Author: Ken Turner
Vol: 13Year: 2001Month: August
Category: Collecting   Topic: Ephemera

Subject: Eric Risstron's Patented Axe Stand

Author: Graeme Plaw (m)
Vol: 26Year: 2014Month: May
Category: Axe   Topic: Stand

Subject: Ethical Dilemmas - A response

Description: A response to Jim Donaldson
Author: Milt Boyd
Vol: 13Year: 2001Month: May
Category: Collecting   Topic:

Subject: European Concealed Hinge Morticing Chisels

Author: Svatopluk Odstrcilik (m) & Warren Hewertson (m)
Vol: 25Year: 2013Month: February
Category: Chisels   Topic: Morticing

Subject: Excise & Gauging Slide Rules

Description: Slide Rules explained
Author: Bruce Sandie
Vol: 14Year: 2002Month: August
Category: Rule   Topic: Slide Rules

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Next Tool Sale

The next Tool Sale is on Sunday 11th November 2018 9.00 am to 12.30 pm at St Anthony's Parish Hall 164-168 Neerim Rd (corner Neerim & Grange Rds), Carnegie
Melway Ref. 68 F4 or see the map here. For more information see the Tool Sale page.

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