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Id This Monarch

Discussion in 'MONARCH MACHINE TOOL CO.' started by mdevers, Feb 6, 2016.

  1. mdevers

    mdevers United States Swarf Registered Member

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    I can't find any marking other than the plate with threading info and the patent date Feb 1906.. Any help greatly appreciated.

    My monarch lathe.jpg
     
  2. David VanNorman

    David VanNorman United States H-M Supporter - Premium Content H-M Supporter-Premium

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    I may be wrong but that looks like a Hendy . I've been wrong before my wife teels me all the time.
     
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    Never heard of a "Hendy". What is that anyway?
     
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    mdevers United States Swarf Registered Member

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    It does look somewhat like that. The label says Monarch built in Sidney, Ohio and has a date on it of Jan 23, 1906. I'll take some more pics to post. Thanks so much for the help.
     

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    All the lathes with overhead flat belt drive look alike. But it's a monarch for sure.
     

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