Edwin Harrington, Son & Co.
Illustrated catalog given to Lamar Lyndon ca.1890.  The firm was located at North Fifteenth Street & Pennsylvania Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Machine Tools, ca. 1890 illustrated catalog
Edwin Harrington 25 inch lathe, pages 12 & 13
Swings 25 inches over shears; 19 inches over carriage; cone has 4 sections 3-3/16-inch face; back geared; forged steel spindles; bronze metal boxes; dead spindle clamped by adjustable conical binder; Morse Standard Taper in lathe and drill press spindles; hand movement of carriage by means of hand wheel and steel pinion engaging in rack on bed; steel rack put on in sections, enabling the repair of broken cogs, by supplying a new section; independent geared friction feed, cross teed and reverse feed motions, in apron attached to carriage; turning and screw-cutting feeds cannot become engaged at the same time. Carriage has long bearings (giving greater bearing surfaces), which are self-oiling, decreasing the liability to wear the guides when used on short work; steel lead screw on front of lathe, clamped by open and shut nut; screw threads only used when cutting screws; countershaft, hangers, 3 pulleys, 16x7, to run 90 turns per minute; screw gearing; steady and following rests; large and small face plates; steel wrenches; wrought iron handles; side block for turning full swing of lathe, and cross feed stop are included. All gearing is cut. All pinions are steel.

With 8-1/2 feet bed; 4 feet between centres; compound tool rest and cross feed; shipping weight    lbs. $

Taber attachment. See page 17. $
Per extra foot of bed, $
Boxing for foreign shipment, $