1973 Jointmaster Mark 2 Sawing Jig

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Vintage sawing jig from 1973. This was awarded the gold medal at the 1972 international inventors fair in Brussels.

It designed for right or left handed use with workpiece for vertical or horizontal work. Ideal for your carpentry joint work.

The original outer box has seen better days, the inner box is in great condition and the jig itself is in excellent condition. This has been stored and looked after well, over the last 44 years.

Please note I am on holiday from 2nd August to 11th August so apologies for any delays in sending items or responding to messages.

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