Contributed by Davistown Museum
The currier's slick is used for smoothing leather. This one is signed: "C J KIMBALL & SON". Caleb Jewett Kimball worked in Milford and Bennington, New Hampshire. The Kimballs were famous for their high quality drawknives, which were produced in sufficient quantities to be frequently encountered today. The currier's slick is less common. The handles are made of wood, the ferrules of brass, and the blade of steel.
About This Item
- Title: Currier's slick, ca. 1875
- Creator: C.J. Kimball & Son
- Creation Date: circa 1875
- Subject Date: circa 1875
- State: ME
- Media: Wood, brass, steel
- Dimensions: 67 cm x 3.5 cm
- Local Code: 102904T8
- Object Type: Physical Object
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