CS Osborne Picture Framing/Glazier's Hammer

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Regular price $ 20.95 Sale

Made in USA · C.S. Osborne ~ Since 1826

  • Model #1066-B
  • Forged solid head
  • Perfectly balanced weight & feel
  • 6 oz weight
  • Accurately finished sides & face for square striking
  • Hardwood handle
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Denis S.
United States United States

They did it again!

As usual, first rate all around. Hardwick’s was the only place I could locate a picture framing/glazier’s hammer and it arrived much sooner that expected. Again, there aren’t many good ol mom and pop stores like this. Jeff Bezos has enough money, please support your local vendors.

  • An industry standard tool, this hammer is the perfect tool for driving in small brads for picture framing, or for driving in glazing points for glazing. The hammer is a quality American-made tool by C.S. Osborne with a solid forged head & hardwood handle. The sides of the head are angled for accurate square striking. The hammer has a perfectly balanced weight & feel, a great bonus when working with small brads & glazing points. Made in the USA.

       Since 1826, the Osborne family had dedicated itself to providing the very finest tools. Ably assisted by employees who average over ten years of service to the company, the eighth generation of the Osborne family still manages the firm & continues the tradition requiring strict adherence to the highest standards of quality & service. This dedication continues to put the best possible tools in the hands of the professional.   CS Osborne - Made in the USA.

  • Product Face Size Head Length Handle Length Weight Model #
    Picture Framing/Glazier's Hammer ~ No. 1066-B 11/16" 4 - 1/4" 11" 6 oz


       For California Residents:

       WARNING: Cancer & Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

       WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood



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