A First-Class Workman Is Never Satisfied With Second-Class Tools

A First-Class Workman Is Never Satisfied With Second-Class Tools.

 

7 thoughts on “A First-Class Workman Is Never Satisfied With Second-Class Tools”

  1. oh, mine not a comment in the direction of feminism, but trying to make a veiled reference to the tool part, LOL. If you get my drift.

  2. I notice copyright 1889 – I was looking at an old try square I inherited from my grandfather, it turns out to have been made in Sheffield, England in the 1840’s (through the power of Google) – even found the different craftspeople responsible for the brass, the rosewood, and the steel parts

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