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Hazza

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    Traditional Leathergoods, pattern making, combining leather and laser, combining leather and 3d printing, hand stitching and bespoke products.

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  1. I thought I had put this in the "For Sale" posts, please could a moderator or administrator move it for me please?
  2. Rare opportunity to own a 1947 crew punch, one of two I bought. The photographs are of the one I am using, they are identical. I have cleaned the storage grease from mine, and it was sharp out of the box. 1" x ¼" It was supplied by Vernon Industries, a company from Liverpool in the UK, and looks very similar to many of the "Sheffield supplied" punches. It is stamped with "SFT (UK War Dept Symbol) 134" and the size "39". The one I have opened, and am keeping is in perfect condition. I am looking for £60 including postage
  3. Thank you, @Cumberland Highpower It is really good on straps and thicker leathers, if you go wider than the roller, it will mark the leather H
  4. Hi I have a working Fortuna Skiver, pictured below. Can anyone tell me anything about its age please? It is labelled "Fortuna New York" and L F 15240 The mechanism for setting the roller is "interesting" to say the least, and it workd well on thick leathers that are narrower than teh roller, as a splitter, but I would love to get a manual to use it effectively as a skiver. Any knowledge sharing would be really appreciated. I am also keen to get a different length guide. Thank you H
  5. Hi I have a working Fortuna Skiver, pictured below. Can anyone tell me anything about its age please? It is labelled "Fortuna New York" and L F 15240 The mechanism for setting the roller is "interesting" to say the least, and it workd well on thick leathers that are narrower than teh roller, as a splitter, but I would love to get a manual to use it effectively as a skiver. Any knowledge sharing would be really appreciated. I am also keen to get a different length guide. Thank you H
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