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randolphoriginals

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About randolphoriginals

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    Wisconsin
  • Interests
    learning about the trade, selling old leather working supplies from my father

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Admiring
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    the history of the craft
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    Searching info on clickers

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  1. I can take a picture of the package that is open but for preservation, I don't want to open the sealed packages of which the labels are photographed above. I understand that the TR stands for 'Tannery Run' but I'm not sure what that means exactly, or what the x means. It's difficult to name a price, because I'm uneducated in this area and it's hard to assess value online. Accepting offers.
  2. Originally purchased from Cudahy Tanning Company out of Cudahy, WI which merged with Prime Tanning Company out of Maine in 2007. Leather purchased in the 80s by my father who made fire bellows for LL Bean. Some still sealed in original packaging, some not.
  3. Interested in selling a United Shoe Machinery Company ICM-C leather clicker, used in late 70s and early 80s by my father who made fire bellows for LL Bean. I last saw it up and running in 2015 but have not tried to run it since. Haven’t located a manual for it. Research shows the machine is from 1958, stamped ICM-901. Located in WI northwoods. I’ll help load anyway I can. Also have 500+ feet of Swiss chocolate Heritage leather, grade TR-X and other bellows-making material. Originally purchased from Cudahy Tanning Company out of Cudahy, WI which merged with Prime Tanning Company out of Maine in 2007.
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