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Unknown Lathe No. 77
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Unusual in having the headstock, carriage, complete compound slide rest assembly and even the 4-jaw independent chuck in bronze this lathe could, possibly, be a CLH. However, instead of a typically Geneva-style solid round bed with a flat machined along its length, this lathe had a hollow round bed down which ran a leadscrew driven by changewheels. As no speed-reducing backgear was fitted, screwcutting could only be achieved by hand rotation of the spindle - though at least the arrangement did give the carriage both power and hand feeds - the latter by using a handwheel at the tailstock end of the bed