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anvilfire VISE (Vice) Gallery - Emmert Universal Vise

Emmert Tool Makers' and Metal Workers' Universal Vise

Photos and Images from Steve Prillwitz of Matchless Antiques.

Many years ago I bought one of these at an auction. Paid too much for it. . . THEN found that the cylindrical jaw slide AND the cylindrical part it slid in was broken. There was a poor braze job then solder, some machining and more brazing and was broken again. . . I offered it to several people as a "project" but got no takers. I finally scrapped it. . . :(

Emmert is also the maker of the popular Pattern Makers' and Wood Workers' Universal Vise.

Emmert Advertising Flyer page 1. The Emmert Improved Tool Makers and Metal Workers Universal Vise.

Emmert Advertising Flyer page 2. Upright position Adaptable to all heights and angles.

Emmert Mfg. Co. Price List - Waynesboro, Penna - USA
  • Dimensions: 3" jaws
  • Weight: ~ 55 lbs.

Emmert Pattern and Wood Workers'

Emmert Universal Pattern Makers' and Wood Workers' Vise.

Patented 1891, 1905. Tilts and rotates, holds tapers.


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