Hand Vise, Clamped to Bench
The clamp has two horizontal arms at the side, the lower arm carrying a screw that, by means of the handle, can be screwed up tight against the under side of the bench. The vise is of steel and has two jaws having roughened faces to give a good bite or hold on the work when placed between the jaws.
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Charles Barnard Tools and Machines (New York, NY: Silver, Burdett and Company, 1903)