Military Tools

The Military purchased vast numbers of tools for many trades. Below are some examples of their packaging methods and the descriptions used.

 

Inventory No.0057AG:  FA.10085 Awls Blades Drawing 8.1/4″. Dated 1946, Made in Sheffield by Alfrid. (Alfred Ridge & Co.)

Inventory No.0058AG: FA.10100 Awls Blades Panel 7″

Inventory No.0059AG: Ref No.1636 Needles Upholsterers 10″, Packed 18 Aug 1949.

 

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Hammer, Creasing Qty 1, Tinman’s creasing hammer by Brades, Dated 1953.                        Inventory No.0097AG
Ex-military coachmaker's side axe, broad arrow mark on blade.
Ex-military coachmaker’s side axe, broad arrow mark on blade, unused. No maker’s mark. Inventory No.0448RF
Ex-military plumber's soldering iron, dated 1950.
Ex-military plumber’s soldering iron, dated 1950. Inventory No.0352RF
Military folding chainsaw kit, in leather case with setting tool, file and handles.
Military folding chainsaw kit, in leather case with setting tool, file and handles. Inventory No.0413AG