Taylors and timber headstocks

George Dawson George at d...
Wed Jan 26 09:09:33 GMT 2005

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Some of us are amused by the groping forward towards knowledge!
Egmanton being the first is well recorded in 'Dawsons Dossiers', and yes,
the frame is a lowsided wooen one.

I knew it already (having perused Dawson's Dossiers!). Can author of said=
dossiers identify the first instance of the use of cast iron headstocks in=
conjunection with an entirely metal frame?


He will try to ascertain next time he is in his capacity as archivist.
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