Re: Old tool catalogue
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2016, 06:56:12 PM »
I do believe my grandmother has several of the lamps scattered throughout the house--some of them converted for electric use.
The Regal and Pollyanna burners look really familiar.
I'd love to be able to pay those low, low prices for those pocketknives and fixed hunters. Even with inflation, it's cheap compared to what those knives sell for as collector's items today.
My grandfather remembers the manual hair clippers. It what his mother used to use when giving him a haircut.
Razors (especially the electric ones) are just as expensive now as they were back then. The prices seem cheap compared to today, but you're probably talking $200 with inflation for some of the electric ones.
I have a pair of nail clippers like the LaCross.
Did Ontario buy out some of the Keen Kutter kitchen knife patterns and re-sell them as Old Hickory? I bought my grandmother a couple for her birthday earlier this year, and the Keen Kutter look awfully similar.