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    The Gerstner Style 10 Series was descirbed in the 1914 catalog as, “This nine-drawer Tool Chest appeals to the mechanic who carries an exceptionally large kit of tools.

    There were 4 different models in the series and they all had the same drawer layout. The difference between the models was the width (side to side), but the depth (front to back) and the height was the same on all 4 chests.

    The 4 models and their sizes are:
    Style 10 – 18″ wide x 12-1/2″ tall x 10-1/4″ deep
    Style 10A – 20″ wide x 12-1/2″ tall x 10-1/4″ deep
    Style 10B – 22″ wide x 12-1/2″ tall x 10-1/4″ deep
    Style 10C – 26″ wide x 12-1/2″ tall x 10-1/4″ deep

    All 4 models had the same 9 drawer layout, with 6 half-width drawers in the top section and 3 full-width drawers on the bottom.

    #28330

    The Gerstner Style 22 was the first chest we designed with a specific space for reference books or a drill block to hold drill bits.

    The Dimensions of the case are:
    Style 22 – 15″ wide x 12″ tall x “7-3/4″ deep

    The small drawers on the left and right were 1″, 3/4″ and 1-3/4″ tall. The 3 long drawers were 3/4″ 1-1/2 and 2-1/2″ tall.

    The open space in the center of the small drawers was 1-3/4″ wide x 4-1/4″ tall x 6-1/2” deep.

    The drill block in the picture was an optional accessory that could be purchased.

    #32999

    Gerstner made this Mahogany Chest with a Starrett Drawer Label’

    The Dimensions of the Chest are:
    20″ wide x 13-1/2″ tall x 9-1/2″ deep

    There were 7 small drawers and 2 full width drawers.

    The chest was only available directly from Starrett. They sold the chest by itself, or you could purchase it with a set of Starrett of tools.

    The Starrett Chest was made from 1957 to 1963.

    #33001

    The Gerstner Style 72 was the first chest Jack Campbell (my father) designed. It was a

    The Dimensions of the case are:
    Style 72 – 26″ wide x 16-3/4″ tall x “10-1/2” deep

    There were 7 small drawers and 2 full width drawers.

    The Style 72 was made from 1976 to 1987

    #33958

    The Gerstner Style 33 was designed for Carpenters, Patternmakers, Erecting Engineers and Maintenance Men.

    The Dimensions of the case are:
    Style 33 – 31″ wide x 15-1/2″ tall x 8-1/2″ deep

    The chest featured a massive top till, which was 30″ wide x 7-1/4″ deep x 8-1/4″ high. There was a rack inside for 2 handsaws and space for a 24″ x 16″ square.

    The chest came standard in a Brown Art Leather, as shown in the pictures above, not a Black Art Leather.

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