A few nice pp joint fitting mould images I found:
Image from page 63 of “Home mission handicraft; ideas for work and play in mission bands and junior societies” (1908)
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Title: Home mission handicraft; ideas for work and play in mission bands and junior societies
Year: 1908 (1900s)
Authors: Beard, Lina Beard, Adelia B. (Adelia Belle), 1857-1920, joint author
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner’s Sons
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress
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Fig. 264.—Then a curveabove the circle. Fig- 265.—Another curveabove the first one. Fig. 266.— Connect thelower curve with thecircle by two lines. large enough to allow a coarse darning-needle to be passedreadily through them ; then bend the clock into shape, fit-ting the extension PP over the extension QQ; the twoholes in PP must lie exactly over those in ^^^ Glue the 54 Handicraft for Girls clock together, using the blunt end of a lead-pencil, or anykind of a stick, to assist in holding the sides and tops to-gether until the glue is perfectly dry. Thread a piece of heavy black darning-cotton in the larg-
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Fig. 267.—Draw a small Fig. 268.—Connect the two Fig. 269.—Extend line of uppercircle above the large one. circles by two scallops. circle down to form a square. est-sized long darning-needle you can find; on one end ofthe thread mould a cylinder-shaped piece of beeswax, coverit with thin tinfoil, then open the clock-door and hold the
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