1920s Label Paster [Restoration]

This restoration is on a 1920s Stikfast Label Paster made by The A.V. Ross Co. of Norwood, Ohio, USA. This tool seems to be fairly rare as there are only a few examples online and not much about the company that made it. The patent for it can be found here: patents.google.com/patent/US1615778A
The label paster top is copper plated for some reason, but the bottom is not. I do not know why. I really liked the look of copper, brass, and iron used in this machine. The brass components were stone-washed and lightly repaired. Some brass discs had cracks in them, but not large enough to affect the function of the tool.
I decided to get some practice on hand painting brass labels and took the time to do just that with the smallest brush I could find.
I feel like this tool would not be very practical since the glue in the bottom part would start to harden if it wasn't always being used. I also imagine that cleanup would be more time than it's worth.
It's nice to do some work on a smaller and less complicated tool after spending months on a chainsaw.
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  • Great restoration but sod that. Muso! Get those beats uploaded!

    Tom RyanTom RyanGün önce
  • 10:03 trech))) Super)

    Radiodjungli 909Radiodjungli 909Gün önce
  • Привет! У тебя станок ЧПУ дома стоит?

    Rostislav ManohinRostislav Manohin2 gün önce
  • This sticler was probably meant to be used all day, in a commercial way.

    Briseur De LanceBriseur De Lance6 gün önce
  • One the best channels on youtube.... simply AMAZING bro! Wow please continue!!

    PuknutPuknut7 gün önce
    • Thank you!

      Hand Tool RescueHand Tool Rescue7 gün önce
  • Using vintage tools to restore other vintage tools? *Awesome*

    Joe A.Joe A.10 gün önce
  • Lmao, that remix 😂

    I'm kinda fucking stupid, butI'm kinda fucking stupid, but26 gün önce
  • up for the song break hahahahah

    Paulo TrevizaniPaulo Trevizani26 gün önce
  • Nice music!!! I'm crying with laughter.

    MontySpotMontySpot27 gün önce
  • kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk muito bom!!!!!!!

    CleberCleber27 gün önce
  • What a usless tool

    Pfandleiher 2010Pfandleiher 2010Aylar önce
  • Great video and restoration... the music montage brightened up my day.

    Rodney DelaneyRodney DelaneyAylar önce
  • hey man, don't stop, carry on what you do!

    Chimney CakeChimney CakeAylar önce
  • I dont know of anyone has mentioned it but if you take a thin board and run it part way through your bandsaw and clamp it down it make a good zero clearance table to cut small parts on

    GRAAAAAGRAAAAAAylar önce
  • Such a beat, yeah! Here you have my like, respect, and subscription, man. 👍

    Son Gohan MiraiSonGohanSon Gohan MiraiSonGohanAylar önce
  • вроде руки есть и нормально заточены, а вот с инструментом всё очень и очень плохо. ножницами доставать клепки, это вообще никуда не годится.

    Lion 174Lion 174Aylar önce
  • *Stinkfist?*

    trumanhwtrumanhwAylar önce
  • why is it copper plated...........because 1920's

    SlenkamureSlenkamureAylar önce
  • 10:09🤣

    K SK SAylar önce
  • THUMBS UP ,,

    Tom LambTom LambAylar önce
  • Здравствуйте, подскажите для чего нужна эта вещь?

    gretsovalexgretsovalexAylar önce
  • This just in: HTR has and always will be a dork

    The Dark MarketThe Dark MarketAylar önce
  • I couldn't stop laughing when you did that "music". Especially when you banged your head on that sandblaster 😂😂😂 too funny. I love the result. Looking great 👌🤗

    Nadine RisseNadine RisseAylar önce
    • Aslo

      زيني العامرزيني العامرAylar önce
  • As for the usefulness of this device, it was probably used in a factory or warehouse where someone was pasting labels (on bottles or cans, for example) all day long. So the glue was used up before it dried. They just needed to keep refilling the well.

    Gary CooperGary Cooper2 aylar önce
  • If I’d known this episode featured a rhythmic performance on pneumatic drill, I might not have watched it right after my dental appointment.

    Gary CooperGary Cooper2 aylar önce
  • ao so

    richard ebbolerichard ebbole2 aylar önce
  • Dude... you need new glass for your media blasting cab

    Rob LynnRob Lynn2 aylar önce
  • I think it's wrong assembled. In my opinion, the gears are on the other side.

    Johannes LikoJohannes Liko2 aylar önce
  • I'm sorry, I made a mistake and pushed a low rating ...

    落合桜紀落合桜紀2 aylar önce
  • 10:30 😄😁

    Tony WhiteTony White2 aylar önce
  • Like

    Abydhiel J7Abydhiel J72 aylar önce
  • Music break was awesome . Loved the faceplant beat

    hugo whugo w2 aylar önce
  • Neat little tool mostly used by companies I would imagine.

    Paul OrthPaul Orth2 aylar önce
  • THE COPPER WAS PLATED TO PROTECT IT BECAUSE IT OXIDIZES FAST AS YOUVE SEEN BY NOW IM SURE. COPPER MAY HAVE BEEN CHEAPER AND MORE ABUNDANT AT THAT TIME THAN THE METAL AS I SEE THE COGS ARE THE ONLY PARTS THAT ARENT COP[PER OR BRASS. IT WAS COATED WITH. IT MAY HAVE ALSO BEEN COATED SO IT WOULDNT LOOK CHEAP. LOL

    xllxRUDE_DOGGxllxxllxRUDE_DOGGxllx2 aylar önce
  • From Thailand I love your videos U R the best

    ทศพล โตคูเวียงทศพล โตคูเวียง2 aylar önce
  • I have never saw your face and today i have.

    JBSTheGamerJBSTheGamer2 aylar önce
  • you need to create a music band,man))))

    Serega DerevyankoSerega Derevyanko2 aylar önce
  • This is one ☝🏻 of my favorite videos of your many restorations! You are a riot!!😎👍🏻😂🤣😅 and you still maintain your brilliant craftsmanship!👍🏻❤️😃

    baybeegirlz007baybeegirlz0072 aylar önce
  • The musical montage was totally brilliant!

    Martin HoultonMartin Houlton2 aylar önce
  • sweet beat!

    Daniel ZellmerDaniel Zellmer2 aylar önce
  • Dude, funny hilarious and on beat. Another great restoration video as always

    jaleroca1jaleroca12 aylar önce
  • That musical part!!! 🤩

    ItsSystemgeneratedItsSystemgenerated2 aylar önce
  • Nice music, it has been much restorative! Really!

    Mister BryeteMister Bryete2 aylar önce
  • PLEASE! Restore the Big Captain!!

    Andy WalchackAndy Walchack2 aylar önce
  • Your still the greatest😁🔧🔔🎵🎶🎼

    johnny melendezjohnny melendez2 aylar önce
  • ..😂🤣😂. Superb vid

    Matthew RanceMatthew Rance2 aylar önce
  • What helps you decide to use Evapo-rust or a sandblaster?

    AnUngodliestNerdAnUngodliestNerd2 aylar önce
  • 10:10 Ja man! :D :D :D

    NihiliusNihilius2 aylar önce
  • 6:22 copper / bronze plated to prevent rust I suppose.

    Dominique NoelDominique Noel2 aylar önce
  • 325 dislikes from OSHA lol

    Clayton MashburnClayton Mashburn3 aylar önce
  • video to long..ples fast

    azrin yenazrin yen3 aylar önce
  • Que loko kkkk🤣🤣🤣

    Ferreira HelenaFerreira Helena3 aylar önce
  • useless

    kıvanç erakçorakıvanç erakçora3 aylar önce
  • ♥️👍🏻

    YANINAYANINA3 aylar önce
  • Like 100 years from now someone restoring a stapler or some shit...oh I know! A cigarette rolling machine ...ya know? WHY?

    Dougie QuickDougie Quick3 aylar önce
  • And? Basically? A complete waste of effort ...well other than entertainment value ...besides that however? practically speaking? yes a waste? One of of a vast number of BORING things from 100 years ago ....IMHO anyway....but what do I know?

    Dougie QuickDougie Quick3 aylar önce
  • 10:27 ふしぎなおどり

    yosi1989yosi19893 aylar önce
  • H

    Sonny Tong BrevaSonny Tong Breva3 aylar önce
  • I just subscribed to your channel and hello from New Hampshire usa.

    Paul JohanssonPaul Johansson3 aylar önce
  • Omg those scissors made my anus clench so hard I almost created a micro-black hole.

    Keith KlassenKeith Klassen3 aylar önce
    • "THAT IS *NOT* HOW WE USE SCISSORS IN THIS HOUSE"

      Keith KlassenKeith Klassen3 aylar önce
  • 4:15 oh taht's new one

    타마타마3 aylar önce
  • Hey Hand Tool Rescue! Was just wondering, did you have a "Master" restorer teach you all of the techniques that you use, or was it just time in the shop/tinkering that all your experience came from? Love all of the videos!! Also, I missed your amazing 80's sitcom intro, one of my favorite parts!

    Christophe RobersonChristophe Roberson3 aylar önce
  • Что она делает?

    waqt groupwaqt group3 aylar önce
  • Was that an oil filter wrench at the 8:05 mark?

    Jason Paul WhiteJason Paul White3 aylar önce
  • Awesome video as always! I have a pro tip for your bandsaw when you are cutting small objects, but the baseplate has a huge opening around the blade, as seen at 11:36 You can take a sacrificial wooden plate, cut it until it lines up with the rear of the baseplate, then put a pair of visegrips to hold it down. you can now cut the small pieces precisely since the sacrificial plate will provide support all the way in to the blade itself. :)

    Sasa KurtovicSasa Kurtovic3 aylar önce
  • Спасибо за титры пояснения на русском языке.

    Владимир КуртевВладимир Куртев3 aylar önce
  • omg 9:36 I busted out laughin in my dead silent household at 11:23pm. I thought "how the hell is he gonna see to sandblast through that dirty cover?" then you just plopped your head down on it and I DIED! I'm ded. Thanks for the laugh!

    GarrittpwlTVGarrittpwlTV3 aylar önce
    • OMG IT DIDNT END 10:00

      GarrittpwlTVGarrittpwlTV3 aylar önce
  • Those two holes on the front are where a tear off blade went. I have seen these restored.

    Terry BeerTerry Beer3 aylar önce
  • You make it look so easy.

    cimogmcimogm3 aylar önce
  • 8:35 Holy shit! Finally someone that can actually film welding up close! Thank you - not a welder so always wanted to see it up close so I could see what was actually going on in there haha.

    alex39082alex390823 aylar önce
1920s Label Paster [Restoration]