Thursday, November 04, 2010

Poltergeists with Stamps

Happy rainy Thursday! It's a chilly 40 degrees and raining here today. Good day for a sale. :)

I have some more S35v Poltergeists ready to go. These have a variety of my antique stamps on them and they are mostly different. I have tied them with a variety of brightly colored lanyards as well. Since there are not a whole lot of these and they are all mixed up and different it's going to be a one per customer sale and I'll send you whatever I send you, no choice of colors or stamps. They're all nice though so I don't think anyone will be terribly disappointed. :) They run $55 plus shipping and the link is below, thank you for stopping by.

Sold out, thank you so much!



26 comments:

QVolve said...

Can't wait to see which stamp I get!

Any word on the next run of brass whistles?

sleggur said...

It did.
It wanted it ..this...
It is very glad :D

Eric said...

I just notice a possible design mod. If you add a notch to the interior of the largest hex wrench, you wouldn't have to take off the lanyard to use it, just pull the lanyard taught and then it'll recess into the notch and the hex is open for use.

just a thought ;)

Noonan for Selectman: said...

Snagged one! love those colors.

Robert D. said...

Hate to pass on these, but it's been a while since I caught a sale in progress, nice stuff Peter.

Mr. Whippy said...

Yay! I've been trying to get one of your tools with antique stamps, but always missed previously.

David said...

These are nice. I picked up a plain one and the size is just perfect. Any word on if we'll see the new prybabys before Christmas?

Peter Atwood said...

I hope so, the new Prybabies are slowly coming along.

More whistles end of next week or so. I'll have a big batch of brass, some bronze, more stainless and a few more ti whistles.

Peter Atwood said...

Eric, neat idea, might try it.

Isaac said...

A big batch of brass, some bronze, more stainless and a few more ti whistles, oh my!

You really do want all of my money. :)

QVolve said...

Ooh are we going to get a preview pic of the bronze?

Peter Atwood said...

Sure, when they get done. :p :D

BRYAN said...

How will the bronze age? Will it get a patina?

D said...

Love to tools but cant see how to buy them. I guess I missed this batch. I will look for the next gem.

Paul said...

Attached a "plain" one to my keyring today; both size & weight are perfect for EDC--WTG Peter!!

Peter Atwood said...

Yes, the bronze will patina. You can polish it if you want or just let it go. I'm really looking forward to checking these out myself. It's such an ancient and venerable material. :)

Andy said...

I've been looking over mine for the last few days just enjoying it. The feel is great and it brings a smile to my face :)

I love supporting the new American renaissance in high quality low volume production!

Easy Wind said...

An instant classic!
That's some fine photography too!

Mr. Whippy said...

Bryan asked:

"How will the bronze age?"

Answer:
It will be your dominant metal for hundreds of years, until it is replaced by iron.

Sadly, once you switch to iron, you will slowly progress towards industrialization.

;o)

Michael-Eric said...

damn I missed again!

eman said...

What a great tool!

I love the big flat screwdriver tip tools. Always useful!

I love the ghost and its larger brother.

Thanks again

John

Thomas said...

Peter,
This might sound strange but your work reminds me of the japanese netsuke. Feel good to hold, beautifully made small works of art that are at the same time used as tools.
Let the good times roll, Tom

Arjaan said...

Any chance for some metric units in the foreseeable future?

Greets from across the pond!

ABergh10

TomK said...

Just received my Poltergeist. Mine had the anchor stamp. It's my first Atwood, and won't be my last. Very pleased. This is for EDC. Popped the tops on a couple Anchor Stream Ales. Fitting!

:) Tom

Easy Wind said...

@TomK
Your going to want a G5 Prybaby to compliment that Poltergeist!!
Love the weight of the Poltergeist as well.

GBOT said...

mine arrived! very happy, thanks for the neat image also.