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Offline Northwoods

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B.S.V.Dowel Cutter
« on: September 24, 2020, 01:20:18 PM »
Got a dowel cutter of the type shown below this AM.  Other folks have identified it as Model 4R.
Still another source has the owner as John W. Geade who held a few woodworking patents in the 30's, and earlier.
A B.S.V. brace on the bay identified the city as Cleveland.

My question: What does . stand for and do any of you have further info on the company, etd?

https://saintstevensthingery.com/mybackpages/vintage-b-s-v-co-no-4r-adjustable-hollow-auger-tenon-cutter-drill-brace-bit/ 
The ORIGINAL Northwoods.