MI GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD WINNERS (Nov, 1954)

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MI GOLDEN HAMMER AWARD WINNERS

Grandfather clock features a moving moon dial and chimes. Constructed in spare time by postal clerk, Melvin E. Johnson, Baltimore. Photo sent by Mrs. Johnson.

Bookcase-wall cabinet piece is made of attractive knotty pine finished with orange shellac. Samuel Robertino, Stamford, Conn.

Cabin cruiser model was designed and built by Walt Smatana, Simcoe, Ont., Canada. Required 1-1/2 years to complete, cost about $125 and weighs almost 15 pounds.

Half-size Jaguar roadster has body of plywood and is powered by 4 hp engine. Built for sons by Robert H. Anderson, San Bernardino, Calif., top speed is 30 mph.

Cabinet for combination radio-phonograph and record storage was built by Robert O. Walters, Los Angeles, Calif.

S.S. United States scale model built by Walter Sockovie, Welland, Ont., Canada, is 36 in. long. Only port holes, whistles were purchased.

Two-car garage, 24×24 ft., has red and black brick veneer to match residence. Built by Edmund Pinger, Freeland, Pa.

Modern server was made by rebuilding an old dresser, fronting drawers with parina pine. By A. Wade Blake, Bartow, Fla.

Each craftsman whose project is shown has received a 24 karat gold-plated Hammer and a Workbench Award Certificate. How about sending us a photo and description of your latest project? If you aren’t, a winner, you may still receive a Certificate Of Merit. Photographs of you and your workshop are also eligible for an award. Send entries to Mechanix Illustrated Golden Hammer Awards, 67 West 44th Street, New York 36, New York. If you want entries returned, please Enclose postage.

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