...and is it just a pantograph, or is it a pantograph engraver, or maybe a
tram pantograph conveying the motive electricity. And if it is just a
pantograph what size, is it adjustable ratios and what material is it made
from and why would we want it?
So many questions, so little detail given .... :)
Details are scant at the moment as I have been invited to visit the workshop
this coming Wednesday, and can only recall items from conversations I had
with the late owner. After viewing and ascertaining the families
requirements, I can be more positive with item details and expected prices,
if any. Location is North London
The Pantograph is an Alexander Model 3A, And the lathe is a Raglan 5 , both
Would be helpful if anyone could advise me of suggested asking or value
prices so I can assist the family.
There are also many taps and dies, callipers, milling vices, rotary table
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