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Watchmaker's vice
Watchmaker's vice

Tiny vice (a) in black wooden box (b) lined with red velvet and with a brass catch. The base of the vice is heart shaped. It has a thumbscrew for adjusting the jaws, which are about 24mm across. Stamped GERMANY. The vice is wired to a display board in its open box: the back was not inspected and it has not been marked with its catalogue number.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
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