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Hello,

I'm restoring a Craftsman tool chest and need the nameplate. The Sears Parts Direct wet site does not have it and I even spent an hour with the Chat person who could not find it, either.

I checked eBay, Amazon and Etzy. No dice.

The chest is silver hammered with red drawers. I just posted a picture of the nameplate (above). If anyone has an idea where I could get one, I'd appreciate a note.

Thanks!

-Lawrence
 

RandyM

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Do you have one that could be refurbished or are you missing it all together?
 

TerryH

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I realize it's not the best answer but a sign shop could make a decal from the picture so at least you'd have something assuming the emblem is missing.
 

kd4gij

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Maybe A member with a 3d printer could print one
 

Aaron_W

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If you can borrow one, it wouldn't be hard to make a mold of it and cast it in resin or even white metal.
 
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