• I’ve got a case of bifurcated rivets.

    Date: 2011.11.02 | Category: Fastener Fun, Fastener Industry | Tags:

    It sounds like a malady, but it’s a cool little fastener tin.  A good deal, but ships from UK.  I like the seller’s description, so I am copying it here:

    “A handy little tin advertising Aylesbury Brand Bifurcated Rivets.

    It dates to the late 19th or early 20th cenntury and once held 100 No. 6 rivets. At present there are just six!

    Nice graphics and a double duck logo in orange, red and black with a good aged patina all over. Instructions for use are printed on the inside lid. It measures 3 1/4″ by 2 1/4″ and is 3/4″ high. Opens and closes nicely.

    Interesting to note that the company is still in production to this day!”

    bifurcated rivets

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