The father of a friend of mine left him his locksmith equipment. The equipment and the blanks date back to the 50's - 60's and were oriented to automobile locksmithing.
There is a Curtis clipper, with a variety of "cams"? (pieces of metal about 1" x 1/4" x 1/8" with spaces cut into them. The asssortment of stuff, includes one or two thin wheels about 3" in diameter, and comes in a metal box.
There is also a motorized Curtis key cutting machine with two manually moved carriages. The one on the left has the usual wheel to cut a V shaped groove. Then in the middle there are two slotting wheels as used to cut flat keys. On the right there is a cutting wheel(?) shaped like a tire, with a smooth tread and cutting teeth on the sides. There is a manual - which is being searched for.
All of the equipment looks to be in good shape, but somewhat dusty!
There is a fairly large assortment of key blanks.
I asked my friend to send me a better description/inventory, and I'll post that and his contact info when I get it. The purpose of this post is to get people thinking if they might want to buy this.