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A cooper is a person trained to make wooden casks, barrels, vats, buckets, tubs, troughs and .... Tools ...

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The collection consists of a wide variety of tools relating to the cooperage trade, there are also examples of coopered items, vessels and containers. A large ...

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Without coopers there would have been no Cornish exports of pilchards or china clay. A skilled cooper would use about 22 tools. Work was done by eye rather ...

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A cooper's hammer and hoop driver. A cooper's hammer averages about 3lbs and is used in conjunction with the driver to drive hoops tightly down onto the cone ...

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You will find many of the tools for this trade at the museum. Enjoy! Cooper - n. - a person whose work is making or repairing barrels and casks (Webster" New ...

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Tools of the Trade. Coopering Trade. White Cooper, Dry Cooper, Bobber, Wet cooper, Tight cooper, Dry-tight cooper, Master Cooper; hooper; rush gatherer.

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COOPERS LEVELER- USED AND BEAUTIFUL. CHARLES BUCK BALDE. PROBABLY FRUITWOOD. WEAR GROOVES SHOW IT HAS SEEN SOME BARRELS ...