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Andrew Paul's glass cutter
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Andrew Paul's glass cutter

Cutting tool used by watchmaker Andrew Alexander Paul, Golspie, for making watch faces of glass or plastic. The cutting tool is adjustable on a horizontal screwed thread and the glass is held vertically on a rotary head. Marked "RPV Patent Made in Austria Marque Deposee". Clamped to right hand end of work bench, handle removed for safety.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
Comments:
What year was this tool made? Thank you

[There is no date mark on the cutting tool. I think it can be assumed that Andrew Paul acquired his complete set of watchmaker's tools when setting up his own business post WW1 on his demobilisation following service in the Flying Corps. Thus the year range could be 1918 - 20 - Administrator]

Added by K Riley on 28 January 2016
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