An ornamental turning lathe by G. Birch & Co, Manchester (formerly the property of the late T.D. Walshaw), numbered on the six-row dividing plate 4659, with common headstock, tailstock, OT slide-rest, metal-turning top slide, curvilinear attachment (no templates), geared drill spindle (1-in square shank) with ECF head and 18 cutters, 44 large and 50 small drills, 3 milling cutters, another spindle to mount in hand-rest base, 18 various slide-rest cutters (some by Birch), two C-spanners, three small Birch spanners, quick-release hand-rest base with two tees, boring collar, four-jaw faceplate, 10-in faceplate, 4 wood chucks, eight various metal chucks, boxed set of taps and chasers for the 1? in x 7 tpi mandrel nose, various other fittings and a Birch rectilinear chuck No 4183 (96-tooth ratchet, no worm); the lathe frame with overhead and treadle gear, chain drive to crank pin outside left-hand standard - centre height 5½ in, 38 in. approx. between centres, bed 5 ft. long, overall height 79 in.(fittings on view at SAS; the frame, with overhead and treadle gear, may be viewed, in Oxfordshire, by arrangement with the office)
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