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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - 1938.
Hardwood Handles!

Single speed hand drill with two pinions. Malleable iron frame is enameled black.  Drive gear is painted red.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - ca. 1906.
Cocobolo Handles!

This is a No. 2 drill equipped with a chuck based on McCoy's spring-less chuck adjustable from 0 to 17/64 inch.

 

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Some emails I received recently...

07/22/2021

Wiktor,
The drills arrived yesterday, Wednesday.
They are truly beautiful! Your work is outstanding. Great craftsmanship and attention to detail. I will enjoy using them.
I thank you very much,
John
PS. I wish you the best of health !


January, 2021
Hello Wiktor,
I received the drill yesterday and I was absolutely impressed. The attention to detail is incredible. The photos do not capture all the minute details. I have worked in the mold making trade my entire career and I truly appreciate
the time and diligence to make such a quality piece of work. I can see the passion that you have for these drills.
I still like to work in my wood shop as it takes me back to when I first started in the trade as a wood pattern maker and progressed to a model maker. Maybe that is why I appreciate older tools and the hand craftsmanship it took to make these items. This will definitely see some use.

Thanks Again!
Scott Schade


April, 2019
I received the drill yesterday. It is absolutely stunning. Thank you.
Tray


August 18, 2018

Wiktor you outdone yourself.

The hand drill looks like it came out of a factory sealed box. Thank you so much for your craft and care that went into the drill. Well worth the wait.

R. C. F.


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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1929.
Cocobolo Handles!

Cocobolo handles; malleable iron, black enameled frame; large gear painted red; other metal parts nickeled.

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MF Hand Drill No2 -1929. 
Tigerwood Handles!

This specimen of MF No. 2 - 1929 is unusual. It is most likely produced after 1938, after a new, two pinion model was introduced.

 

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2B -1929. 
Stained Hardwood Handles.

Millers Falls No. 2B hand drills built between 1929 and 1938 were all based on a frame with reinforced spindle housing.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530A with a
Ratchet Movement

Frame is malleable iron, with black finish. Instead of ball bearing the trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530 with a
Ratchet Movement

Frame is malleable iron, with black finish. Instead of ball bearing the trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end.

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Millers Falls No 5 Hand Drill - 1957-Tigerwood Handle.

Frame is malleable iron, with black finish. Instead of ball bearing the trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 - 1938
Elongated Crank Handle

This release went into production in 1938 and lasted until 1957. It established itself as one of the best and stable models.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1929. 
Stained Hardwood Handles.

Millers Falls No. 2 hand drills built between 1929 and 1938 were all based on a frame with reinforced spindle housing.

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Millers Falls No 5 Hand Drill - 1931
Cocobolo Handle

Single speed, two pinion hand drill. Frame made of malleable iron. Drive gear with extra wide rim. Three-jaw, spring chuck.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1910.  Cocobolo Handles!

Rare example of the No. 2 drill, released in 1910. With this release, Millers Falls Co. made changes in marking of the No. 2 drill.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2B
1938 model.

This release went into production in 1938 and lasted until 1957, when 2A version was introduced. Three-jaw, spring type chuck.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530A
with a Ratchet

Chuck body is of steel polished and nickel plated. 1-3/8 in. long, 1 in. diameter. The three jaws are of tool steel.

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Early Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2 -1909.  Cocobolo Handles!

This is rare example of a drill dated to 1909. This is a No. 2 drill equipped with a chuck based on Parsons' patent.

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Millers Falls No 5A Hand Drill - 1957-Tigerwood Handle.

Single speed, two pinion hand drill. Frame made of malleable iron. Drive gear with extra wide rim. Three-jaw, spring chuck.

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No 2
1938 mode
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This release went into production in 1938 and lasted until 1957, when 2A version was introduced.  It established itself as one of the best and stable models.

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North Bros. Hand Drill 1530 with a
Ratchet Movement

Frame is malleable iron, with black finish. Instead of ball bearing the trust on spindle is taken by a hardened steel bearing in lower end.

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Millers Falls No 5A Hand Drill - 1957 Tigerwood Handle.

Single speed, two pinion hand drill. Frame made of malleable iron. Drive gear with extra wide rim. Three-jaw, spring chuck, adjustable from 0 to 1/4 inch.

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MF Hand Drill No2 -1929. 
Cocobolo Handles!

This is a nice, early hand drill with Cocobolo main and crank handles, finished with Tru-oil. Smooth operating drill.

 

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 2A with Tigerwood Handle - 1960s

Single speed hand drill with two pinions. Die-cast, iron frame is enameled black. The drive gear is painted red.

 

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MF Hand Drill No2 -1929. 
Tigerwood Handles!

This specimen of MF No. 2 - 1929 is unusual. It is most likely produced after 1938, after a new, two pinion model was introduced.

 

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Millers Falls Hand Drill No. 2 -1909, Cocobolo Handles.

This is a nice, early hand drill with Cocobolo main and crank handles, finished with Tru-oil. Smooth operating drill.

 

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MF Hand Drill No 2 -1919.
Cocobolo Handles!

Rare tropical wood; malleable iron, black enameled frame; large gear painted red; other metal parts nickeled.

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MF HD No 2 -1907.  Cocobolo Handles!

This is very rare example of a drill
dated to 1907.

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MF HD No 2 -1929.  All Cocobolo Handles!

Hollow End Handle, with screw cap, shaped so tool may be used as a breast drill.

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