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Ladies and Gentlemen,

Do to unexpected health problems, I am forced to sell by bladesmithing equipment. This stuff is all local pickup, unless otherwise noted.

 

 

Little tree forge treadle hammer, with two 65# heads. One has interchangeable dye's. asking $450.00

 

 

 

Wrought Iron Anchor chain. Asking $2.00 a pound. Can ship in flat rate box. I'll have to check to see what I can fit in the box's they have. The links weigh approx. 6# 12oz. Half links = half that. I can fit 7 whole links and two half links in a $12.85 Flat rate box. When I cut a link in half I cut it on the short ends, so you don't have much to straighten. So that's approx. 54# per box. Or however much up to that amount per box you want.

 

 

I'm open to reasonable offers. Thank you all.

Oh yea, I'm located in S.California. Lancaster, in the high desert. About an hour in a half from L.A..

 

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sorry to hear about the health issue, here's hoping things get better for you......good luck to you,

some great deals there you've posted........

"Never Quit On Improving"

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Where are you located?

 

Geoff

"The worst day smithing is better than the best day working for someone else."

 

I said that.

 

If a thing is worth doing, it is worth doing badly.

- - -G. K. Chesterton

 

So, just for the record: the fact that it does work still should not be taken as definitive proof that you are not crazy.

 

Grant Sarver

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Will add you to my prayers. I may be interested in some of the wrought iron, PM when you known how much will fit in a box.

”Whoever pursues righteousness and love finds life, prosperity, and honor!”

 

George Brackett

American Bladesmith's Society,

Apprentice Member

Hialeah, Florida

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Hate to hear that stuff. Hope you can recoup some of your $$. Which controller is on the paragon? Any chance you could arrange for shipping on that?

Anyhow, I hope it can somehow work out for you,,,

 

jm

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The blade, elegant
Slicing through the sweet, warm breeze
with a precise hit.


Sam Wands (10 years old)





Gold for the merchant, silver for the maid;
Copper for the craftsman, cunning at their trade.
Good! Laughed the baron, sitting in his hall;
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Sorry to hear that you're having problems, and I hope that you get better soon. I'm interested in the set of tom tongs shipped to my place in rhode island since you said those could be shipped =)

 

If you can get back to me with what it will cost with the shipping I'll contact you with how to get you payment (ie should i send a check in the mail, paypal, etc) and my address =)

 

-Justin

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Justin "Tharkis" Mercier

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I too am sorry to hear of your issues, but I will happily relieve you of a fair bit of wrought if you'll take a check or postal money order.

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On the wrought iron, I'll go out tomorrow see what the average waight of the lings are, and how many will fit in a flat rate box. and I'll post it here.

Thanks guys.

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Tony, if you can sell your furnace locally, please do it. I am still negotiating with the partner on this. This is still a hobby for me and there isnt any "money" for extras now. Of course we disagree on what "extras" are,,, I'm usually wrong.

jm

Blade

The blade, elegant
Slicing through the sweet, warm breeze
with a precise hit.


Sam Wands (10 years old)





Gold for the merchant, silver for the maid;
Copper for the craftsman, cunning at their trade.
Good! Laughed the baron, sitting in his hall;
But steel---cold steel---shall be master of them all!

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what size is the W2

Quemadmoeum gladuis neminem occidit, occidentis telum est. (a sword is never a killer, it is a tool in the killer's hands.) Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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Quemadmoeum gladuis neminem occidit, occidentis telum est. (a sword is never a killer, it is a tool in the killer's hands.) Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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Thanks Anthony, payment sent.

Quemadmoeum gladuis neminem occidit, occidentis telum est. (a sword is never a killer, it is a tool in the killer's hands.) Lucius Annaeus Seneca

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Got the tongs today (well actually yesterday but i wasn't around to get the box off the porch!) Thanks a whole lot for fast and easy shipping =)

 

Looks like I'm going to be reducing all my stock to 1/4 thick with the power hammer now before forging blades =D (actually 1/4" is my favorite size to work with anyways)

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Justin "Tharkis" Mercier

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I want to thank everyone for their orders. I still have some Anchor chain and W2 left, if anyone else would like some. And the big stuff except for the rolling mill is still available. Thank you all very much.

 

Tony G.

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Hello All,

Thanks for the great response. All the W2 is gone. I still have about a 100# of wrought iron, if anyone else is interested. I will post more stuff as soon as I can. Thanks again.

 

Tony G

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Hello everyone,

Most of my stuff I posted is gone. I do have about 50# of wrought iron anchor chain left. If anybody wants it, $2.00 a #, and on this last batch, I'll pay shipping. Just cause I want to move it out. I will have other stuff going up, as I go through my shop. And Thank you all.

 

Tony G.

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