This shape would lend itself readily to being shaped into a last in the form of a foot.
Coopers cutting a log into longer lengths and subsequently splitting the wedge shaped sections into pieces with considerable less thickness yielded what were also referred to as spokes.
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published in 1997, no graphics dated prior to 1816 depicting a spokeshave were found.
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in 1976 under the title was produced from 1979 until 1982.
It has been previously determined that a spoke is a section of wood that is obtained when a length of log, destined to be used by a last-maker, is split radially through the center of the log section.
The split would normally run from outside to outside through the pith or center of the log.
From the time I first read that date I questioned it, but my research just failed to reveal an earlier picture.
While discussing spokeshaves with Carl Bopp, noted authority on old tools, the question of an earlier reference was again raised.
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