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    Actually, you had sent me pictures of the...

    Actually, you had sent me pictures of the stencils in a private message, but I thought they would get more exposure here on the forum.
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    Check with Scott Campbell t H. Gerstner & Sons - ...

    Check with Scott Campbell t H. Gerstner & Sons -

    https://gerstnerusa.com/replacement-hardware/part-1034-gerstner-replacement-key

    His email is scott@gerstnerusa.com

    Or, you can take it to...
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    It would be helpful if you could post pictures of...

    It would be helpful if you could post pictures of the stencil inside the bottom of the chest and base.

    https://www.gerstnerforum.com/showthread.php?1187-13-Drawer-Products

    I think the last...
  4. I'm glad that worked out for you, it usually...

    I'm glad that worked out for you, it usually does.

    Terry
  5. Guido, I have run into this problem several...

    Guido,

    I have run into this problem several times. Here is what I have found to be somewhat effective: I set the knob down on its face and apply liquid super glue into where the screw exits the...
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    Bill, It's a thing of beauty to be treasured...

    Bill,

    It's a thing of beauty to be treasured forever.

    Great job!

    Terry
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    Great news, Ted! I use "The Guide" on an almost...

    Great news, Ted! I use "The Guide" on an almost daily basis and would be lost without it. I'm glad it will continue to flourish.
  8. Thread: Who Are You?

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    There are some very nice English chests. Look...

    There are some very nice English chests. Look for Neslein.

    https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/antique-machinery-and-history/machinist-boxes-overseas-278388/
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    Welcome to the obsession!

    Welcome to the obsession!
  10. Thread: 41 for sale

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    Your chest is not a 41. 41's were leatherette...

    Your chest is not a 41. 41's were leatherette covered. Yours seems to be oak, so it woul be an O42. I agree with Westley, we need more pictures and accurate dimensions.
  11. Thread: sipco chest

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    I heard from the decal master:

    My guy is willing to do the decal, but needs exact width and height dimensions.

    6893

    And it is "drawer", not "draw"....
  12. Thread: sipco chest

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    I have referred your request to the guy who does...

    I have referred your request to the guy who does my labels. He is a miracle worker. I'll let you know what he says. There may be some set-up costs involved.
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    I'll check today.

    I'll check today.
  14. Such a great way to re=purpose a beautiful box! ...

    Such a great way to re=purpose a beautiful box! Your wife must be so pleased...
  15. Try Funkaway. They atill complain about the odor...

    Try Funkaway. They atill complain about the odor of that, too, but it is better than the musty smell! That's just the nature of the beast: Complain, Criticize, Correct, and Condemn...
    ...
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    Bob, I've been doing this a long time and...

    Bob,

    I've been doing this a long time and never even heard of a 41D. I have restored over 200 machinists' chests, includinf 41's, 41A's, 41B's, and 41C's, but did not know they made a 41D. I did...
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    Here's where we take different paths: I am not a...

    Here's where we take different paths: I am not a big proponent of trying to clean up a dirty old chest. The only way I have been able to accomplish that successfully is to strip and refinish each...
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    From what I see on Ted's chart, yours is most...

    From what I see on Ted's chart, yours is most likely a 41B made in the era from 1926-1940, and was equipped with a metal mirror frame. Verified by using Ted Johnson's web site:
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    You are right about the screws and nuts. Anyone...

    You are right about the screws and nuts. Anyone could just unscrew the lock to defeat it. That's why they were secured with split rivets.

    I think you are right in identifying it as a 41B, too. ...
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    I have never seen a Gerstner humidor. I would...

    I have never seen a Gerstner humidor. I would think that the two are incompatible, given that humidity is the worst enemy of these wooden boxes. I have seen too many destroyed by the effects of...
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    68596858

    68596858
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    40's Brochure

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    I agree, it is not a Gerstner. The hardware is...

    I agree, it is not a Gerstner. The hardware is wrong and the upside down numbers on the backs of the drawers indicate it may be a Union, as Ted says.
  24. I have not seen another manufactured chest like...

    I have not seen another manufactured chest like it, It may have been home made, but by a real craftsman. It has the earmarks of an earlier chest, maybe from the 19 century, but who knows? Many...
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    Boy, they must be rusted beyond salvation! I...

    Boy, they must be rusted
    beyond salvation! I think your idea of making space to get a hacksaw blade or some other blade (like an oscillating blade) in there to cut through the pins may be your...
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