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Economy Drill Chuck with drawbar 13mm 2 M.T.
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3/4" Round Scraper HS38 by Henry Taylor
[HS38WH]

28.25p

Henry Taylor HSS round ended scraper for cleaning up inside bowls and concave surfaces, hollowing into goblets and vases and many other tasks
round ended scraper
Made in Sheffield from finest M2 High Speed Steel bar 3/4" by 1/4" thick. Handle is stained dark beech 11,1/2" with brass ferrule.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 17 March, 2010.
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