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folding table legs uk - Target Precision
Target Precision RB-H1034 Rugged Buddy 34-Inch Folding Sawhorse Legs for One Complete Sawhorse
Target Precision RB-H1034 Rugged Buddy 34-Inch Folding Sawhorse Legs for One Complete Sawhorse
With these rugged, customized sawhorse legs from Target Precision, you can easily tailor a quality sawhorse to your specifications. Just supply the wood -- a two-by-anything will work -- and you'll have a sawhorse that supports over 1,000 pounds, yet weighs only 12 pounds. The legs are built of rugged 1-1/4-inch diameter tubular steel with powdercoat finish, and capped with non-slip, non-scratching rubber tips. Open, they lock solidly in place; folded, they are compact for storage. These legs are sold in pairs (one pair makes one sawhorse) and they're made in the USA. But the wood is not included.

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Houghton Ensignette No.1
Houghton Ensignette No.1
Manufactured by Houghtons Ltd., London, UK Model: 1909, very early original No.1 model, (produced between 1909-10) All Ensignette No.1 series produced between 1909-26 Folder bedless strut film camera, Film: Ensign E1 size roll-film Picture size: 1 1/2 x 2 1/4 inches (3.8 x 5.7 cm ), 6 exposures The Ensign E1 film was introduced in 1909. Eastman Kodak produced no.128 film for this camera in 1913. Engravings on the front standard: Ensignette, Patent 28464 1907, British Made, and at the bottom corner "N-sign" trademark (the early Ensign logo). Lens: Simple achromatic meniscus lens f/11 (standard lens), behind the shutter Aperture: f/11 - f/8- f/22. Three different round aperture masks were selectable by a small lever and scale on the right of the front plate Focusing: fixed focus, minimum distance 12 feet Shutter: everset, pivoted two-blade return, speeds: instant 1/40 (?) + T. Setting: T via a lever beside the shutter release lever Cocking lever and shutter release: same lever, on the front plate, for instant press and release Viewfinder: waist level Brilliant finder for landscape only, mounted into the front standard Bellows: leather un-pleated Front plate: The end tabs are plain Front standard and bellows opening: pull out the front standard untill the struts clicks to it; closing: simply release the struts from the front panel and pull in Film winding: by a small lever on top of the camera Extensions on each side of the front panel serve as table stands A folding leg on the bottom of the front plate Back cover: removable, opens by a latch on the left side of the camera, with a red window w/ a lid Film loading: very special spools mechanism Body: Black painted brass made with nickel-plated fittings; Weight: 220g serial no. 1422 ( behind the back cover) Ensignette series made in various sizes and various materials. The common feature beeing the use of struts on all Ensignette cameras. The end tabs of the early model No.1 are plain. From around 1911 an embossed flag logo is added to the right-hand tab and patent details to the left-hand tab. Aluminium body from 1920 is identifiable by embossed oval eggs at ends of front standard. Pre-1911 cameras have a flat front panel with the "N-sign" trademark engraved on the bottom corner. Post-1911 cameras have embossed circles on both ends of the front plate where the narrower extensions begin The Ensignette was one of the very characteristic camera types of Houghtons Ltd., London. It was a real vest pocket item when folded. The Ensignette was designed by the Swedish Engineer Magnus Neill. He patented the design in 1907, which is why the camera has this on the front. However the camera was not introduced then. The camera was launched before Christmas 1909 and it was the first British all-metal camera of which ten of thousands were made. The Ensignette was a milestone in popular photography, providing for the first time a practical, truly compact camera at an affordable price to the average man. It was immensely popular, its appearance being timed perfectly to fill the need for a compact pocketable camera. It helped create a new type of photographer the 'Pocket Snap Shooter'. There were over 57 variations of the Ensignette listed and many more that were not listed, like Handbag cameras, Silver plated models and Gilt models. All of which are very rare today. Ensignette No.1 principal models No.1 : Introduced in 1909. No.1 presentation model: same as original model, Nickel plated finish with red bellows and embossed end tabs of the front plate, uncommon, c.1912, (there was a silver model also) No.1 model 1z: with f/6.8, 7.5 cm Zeiss Tessar lens, aperture stops f6.8, f11, f22. with Direct-vision optical view-finder (1911-15) No.1 1915 version: This version is very similar to the original No.1. It has the improved shutter introduced around 1915 and aperture setting via a ring surrounding the lens., with embossed front plate end tabs. No.1 focusing anastigmat model: Nickel plated, black bellows, various anastigmat lenses, focussing wheel and the scale at the bottom of the front panel, uncommon, c.1912 No.1 anastigmat: brass body, Cooke, Aldis, Goerz, Ensign or Tessar focusing lenses, focussing wheel and the scale at the bottom of the front panel, c.1910 No.1 anastigmat aluminium: Oval shaped embossings on tabs of the front plate, aluminium body, c.1920 Ensignette No.2 principal models No.2 : For 6, 2" x 3" exposures on E2 roll-film. Introduced in 1912. Eastman produced no.129 film for this camera in 1913. Body brass, achromatic meniscus lens, Flat front panel with pressed cicles either side tabs, Ensign flag logo saying British made, and on the left side has "Made by Houghton's Ltd. England" No.2 presentation model: Nickel plated finish with red bellows. c.1911 (there was a very higher- value silver plated finish also) No.2 g
3-legged monarch
3-legged monarch
oh deer, the king has lost a leg under mysterious circumstances. I found the king's leg in my the MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT!!! but the king lives at my office! I'm not sure how the leg found its way from Manhattan to Brooklyn. spooooky. I will have to create a proper reliquary for "the leg". I was thinking something with chocolate of course. Any other suggestions?

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