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9th Annual Tool Discovery Day

9th Annual
TOOL DISCOVERY DAY
Sunday, July 20, 2014
11am to 3pm

At:
The Chester Ranlett Tool Museum , Route 6, Eastham, MA
Located behind the Swift-Daley House Museum and adjacent
To the Eastham Post Office. Plenty of parking.

All are welcome to a gathering of tool collectors, anyone interested in sharing their knowledge and experience or just enjoying a part of the past in a setting committed to preserving old tools used by a variety of craftsmen.

Plus Demonstrations:

  • Including
    Pewter Spoon Making

Bring your old tools to Trade or Tailgate or describe as a “whatsit”

  • Appraisals available by a team of Experts

Schedule:
11 am to 1 pm Tailgate

  • (call Irwin Sitkin @ 508 -945-3069 if you plan to set up)

1 pm Welcome by Mark Herman, Curator
1:15 pm Tours

  • Tool Museum
  • Beach Shack
  • Swift Daley House

“Whatsit” Session
Appraisals

Please get the word out to others. You can download a flyer for the event here.

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5 thoughts on “9th Annual Tool Discovery Day”

  1. I have a wooden piece from an old grist mill. It is 43 inches interior diameter and 15 1/2 inches wide. I believe it went around the two mill stones. I have had it over 30 years, had planned to make it into a table but never got around to it. Now I would like to possibly find a home for it to be displayed or even used. I am asking you to steer me in the right direction on someone to contact. It is in excellent condition. I have no idea what kind of wood it is. The wood has been notched to make the wood bend to make this circular object. Pictures can be provided. Thank you.

  2. Looking to donate old tools to Chester Ranlett Museum. Pls call or email. Cell is 508-246-4002 in South Orleana. Thanks.

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