unknown surface grinder

Hello everybody out there, i"m a new member, and would appreciate some help in trying to identify a hand operated surface grinder kindly given
to me by a friend, i"m told it go"s back to the first world-war, and as can be seen by the "sight feed oiler"s" it"s a very old boy indeed . Thank you all in anticipation , Jeff . :)
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centrelathe Wrote:

Ask there:
http://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/
Much more the target audience...
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On Sun, 29 Mar 2009 08:25:26 -0500, G_de_Coligny

Unlikey to be well received in PM. Much more a professional forum, not an hobbyist place.
I think that it's Joyce surface grinder. Don't ask for any more info - that is about as much as I know.
Charles
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On Sun, 29 Mar 2009 15:30:07 +0100, Charles P

Shirley its an Eagle! Identical to the one given to me by CP. Well nearly identical, I have no mag chuck or wheels. Still working on it though <G>
Richard
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