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For September, the Journal covers some interesting work in the form of a sea shell, a spring "fullering" tool with interchangable dies and a way to make a lap joint using a striker or treadle hammer.

The feature on a 19th century door latch concludes in the August issue with information on how to make the cam lock, keeper and knob.

Sea shells are challenging subjects for blacksmiths. Their natural scroll-like forms can be duplicated in steel as shown this month.

Lap joints can be used to splice parts together, especially in architectural applications. Step by step instructions and variations are in the September issue. BackSite Map