Ra’anana carpenter with a mission

Eliezer Gilboa displays over 700 tools in a museum in his home.

By BARBARA BAMBERGER
September 20, 2013 12:48
Eliezer Gilboa

Eliezer Gilboa. (photo credit: Barbara Bamberger)

 
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Eliezer Gilboa is a carpenter with a mission that has nothing to do with saving souls – and everything to do with saving tools.

He would like to bring to Israel at least one of every kind of antique carpenter’s tool from around the world. To this end, he’s invested many hours and significant resources to build what is now an extensive and well-represented collection of over 700 tools.

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