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Antique Dunlap Tin Snips Clippers Craftsman No 4542 9 Inch 1940s

Antique Tools - Dunlap - Sears - Craftsman - Tin Snips - Tin Clippers, Shears - #4542 - 9 Inch - 1940s

These tin snips, clippers are in rusty, but good condition. With a unique spring action, they are made of iron with rubber hand grips.

Some History of The Dunlap Brand:

The mention of Craftsman tools would never be complete without at least some reference to the Dunlap brand, a sister brand of Craftsman that Sears used for their line of economy tools.

The Dunlap brand was supposedly named after Tom Dunlap, the manager of the Sears hardware division from the 1930s through the 1950s. Dunlap tools began appearing in the Sears catalogs around 1938 or 1939, and continued to be offered at least into the late 1950s.

Sears filed a trademark application for the Dunlap brand in 1938 and the trademark was issued as #369,614 on August 1, 1939. The trademark registration shows an oval design enclosing the text "Dunlap", and the first use date is listed as January 23, 1937.

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Antique Dunlap Tin Snips Clippers Craftsman No 4542 9 Inch 1940s

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