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Springfield Lathe

The chuck turned out to be a Skinner-Horton, a good US brand from back in the day, and if the stamping at
the upper right of the tag can be believed, it appears it was made in 1968. I was stunned to find that, despite this
machine having gone through at least four hands since then, the owner actually still had the reverse jaws for the
chuck- in almost unused shape and even serial-numbered to the chuck.

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