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by Ziks511 / March 3, 2009 10:28 AM PST

discuss this, but how do I go about getting photos visible for you folks. Someone kindly asked to see my work on the Naturalist's cabinet, and I'm now working on an 1830's long case clock made here in Toronto when it was still called York, with missing and loose veneer. I also did a small repair on a clock radio, vintage 1939, bought to listen to Neville Chamberlain's declaration of war on Sept. 3, 1939. It's about a 5 foot plus tower, roughly a foot square at the bottom. The clock works were replaced by a little square quartz movement using the original hands but somebody thoroughly screwed up the actual tube radio. I had my hands full with a warped decorative moulding made out of cast sawdust and adhesive which fractured in 3 places, and also peeled off some veneer. I'd also like to show off some of the interior carpentry including stair cases and base mouldings in character with the 1806 date of the building.


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by JP Bill / March 3, 2009 10:32 AM PST

Post/host your photos on Photobucket, provide a link to the photos

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(NT) Nifty, Thanks. -- Rob
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