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New Tools Were Last Added: 2017-08-21

Update 2017-08-21 Hi Folks. I hope everyone enjoyed the eclipse today! I just added about three dozen new tools to the list. I hope to have another couple of dozen listed by the end of the night if all goes well. Thanks for looking!


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Simple, Effective 8in Non-Ratchet Bit Brace made by J. Fray.
This is a nice looking simple 8in brace, an ideal general purpose size. small non-ratcheting braces like this are always in demand due to their ease of use. The lack of a ratchet makes them light and gives the used a great feel for the tool in use. This one works perfectly.
$28
Item Number d1241
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Simple, Effective 8in Non-Ratchet Bit Brace made by J. Fray.
This is a nice looking simple 8in brace, an ideal general purpose size. small non-ratcheting braces like this are always in demand due to their ease of use. The lack of a ratchet makes them light and gives the used a great feel for the tool in use. This one works perfectly.
$28
Item Number d1242
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Clean & Excellent Griffiths 5/8in Side BEad.
This is a nice usable plane with no damage or flaws. It's a good size for larger casing and base moldings, and other medium scale work. A top quality tool in good usable condiiton
$22
Item Number mml2790
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Small British 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
this plane has seen some use and has some wear to the boxing but it's still perfectly usable once the blade has been sharpened. It's a very desirable size and a good candidate to put to work
$28
Item Number mp2967
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PEXTO 1/2in Socket chisel.
This is a high quality edge tool made in Southington, CT. It's 10.5in long and has a nice clean back. The handle is perfect
$22
Item Number c2915
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Wm. Marples 3/8in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This mortise chisel has a boxwood handle and a nice clean back. It's just over 12in long overall. The end of the handle has a few checks but it's nothing too bad. The blade is in great shape
$30
Item Number c2916
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New Haven Edge Tool Co 1/2in Socket Paring Chisel.
This is a fine paring chisel with thin lands. The blade is lapped flat and clean ad the business end. There's very light pitting in back of that scattered about that will work itself out as the chisel is honed and used. The handle is perfect. This was likely a brand of CE Jennings
$28
Item Number c2917
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Exceptional Marples 1/4in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This boxwood-handled chisel is 12.5in long. It has a perfectly clean blade. The handle is flawless as well. Top quality in a very useful size.
$35
Item Number c2918
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Small JB Addis no.5 3/16in Gouge.
This small boxwood-handled carving gouge is in excellent conditon. It was likely made in the 1890s based on the marks. The handle is perfect, the blade has zero pitting.
$26
Item Number c2919
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Exceptional Acorn Drill Index.
This folding drill index holds bits from no. 1 to 60. It's an exceptional example with all original nickel plating and the original locking pin.
$28
Item Number m2137
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Small Carving Mallet.
this small mallet has one flat face so it won't roll off the bench. It weighs about 12oz and looks like it's made of hickory
$22
Item Number m2138
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Starrett 12in Combination Square.
This square is in very good condition with only minor discoloration on the rule. The head works perfectly, adjusting easily and staying put when set. The original scribe is missing.
$35
Item Number mml2782
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Classic 18in Panel Gauge.
This is a simple, effective 18n panel gauge with a boxwood locking screw. There is a hardwood wear button under the marking pin. There is a screw to secure it in place. A nice usable example of this essential marking tool. It allows you to easily mark wide panels and boards to width.
$30
Item Number mml2783
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Goodell Pratt 12in Machinists Level.
This is a fair, usable example. It has all three intact vials. It's missing most of its japanning. It works perfectly and has an honest patina
$20
Item Number mml2784
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Nice 8in Rosewood Try Square.
This square was made by Hall & Knapp in New Britain, CT. They operated from 1853-57 according to the EAIA DAT. This is a nice clean example with a straight, square blade and beautiful rosewood stock.
$28
Item Number mml2785
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LODI 10in Wing Divider.
This divider was made by WS&Co in New Haven, CT. it has some discoloration but works well. There are three patent dates on teh hinge, the latest 1910.
$25
Item Number mml2786
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Stanley 9in Mahogany Infill Mitre Square.
This is a nice clean example with a faint Stanley mark on the blade.
$30
Item Number mml2787
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Wm. Johnson 10in Adjustable-Point Wing Dividers.
These dividers are in excellent working order. They have some light patina but no ruse. Both points can be adjusted or replaced as needed. A quality too made in Newark, NJ.
$35
Item Number mml2788
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Excellent Stanley no. 34 6in Machinists Bench Level.
This level has almost all original nickel plating. There is a rotating cover that protects the vial when the level is in storage. It's a high precision level in excellent condiiton
$30
Item Number mml2789
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Rare 1in Corner Chisel made by the Humphreysville Mfg Co..
This is a nice clean corner chisel with an excellent handle. You can see all the relevant details in the photos. It was made by the Humphreysville Mfg. Co of Humphreysville, CT. This is one of the very few chisels I've seen by this company. They were prolific makers of blades for bench planes and plow planes. They began operating in in Humphreysville, CT in 1810. Humphreysville became Seymour in 1850 and was the home to Douglas and later the famous James Swan Co. It's a perfectly usable tool in great shape
$45
Item Number c2911
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Stanley 1in No. 750 Socket chisel.
This is a nice clean example with no pitting and a perfect handle. It's just over 9in long overall. It's a perfectly usable example of one of Stanley's best bench chisels.
$28
Item Number c2912
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Small 1lb Lump Hammer.
This small hammer is is ideal for whacking things with. It has as good tight handle.
$20
Item Number m2130
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Small Cross-Peen Hammer.
This hammer has two cross-peen faces like a tack hammer, but not quite the same. When in doubt, it's probably a leather-working tool. It's in excellent condition all around.
$20
Item Number m2131
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Unmarked Saw Vise.
This saw vise is completely unmarked. It has 9.5 in wide jaws and works well. It clamps to a benchtop when in use
$30
Item Number m2132
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Scarce Cincinnati Tool Co Hollowing Spokeshave.
This is a good, usable example of this scarce shave. The sole is rounded side to side for hollowing. It has no cracks or damage to the cast iron. The blade is nice and clean as shown in the photos. There are two hang holes in the handles but the handles are tight and intact. A good, usable example of this scarce shave
$55
Item Number m2133
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Stearns Adjustable Spokeshave.
This is a very good example of Stearns' adjustable spokeshave, essentially a copy of the Stanley 53 design. It has a nice long blade without any pitting. The body has almost perfect japanning. The mouth piece is adjustable to allow for easy depth of cut adjustment. It's an excellent example.
$40
Item Number m2134
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Outstanding CE Jennings 10in Drawknife.
This drawknife has a nice long blade with zero pitting. The bevel is quite sharp and doesn't have any nicks or dings. I've tried it on my shave horse and it works very well as-is. The handles are perfect. It's ever so slightly curved both along its length, and along the bevel, just what you want to see. An outstanding drawknife ready to go out of the box
$55
Item Number m2135
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Early & Excellent 9in Bevel Gauge by Tidgewell .
Tidgewell is a rare bevel maker documented in the EAIA DAT to have worked ca. 1850 in Middletown, CT. This example works perectly, has a nice patina to the brass, and a clean, straight blade.
$28
Item Number m2136
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Early Machinists Trammel Set.
This trammel set is unmarked and looks fairly early to me. It resembles a Starrett 251 but is unmarked. The points run on a 18in steel beam. There is a micro adjuster that works well. It's a clean, function set with a nice appearance to it.
$35
Item Number mml2779
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Stanley 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a beautiful example made during the 1920s SW era. It works perfectly and has a gorgeous rosewood stock.
$24
Item Number mml2780
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Small 3in Stanley Level.
this small level has a japanned top with the Feb 15, 1890 patent date which it's Traut's patent for a spirit level. It's clean and has an intact original vial
$20
Item Number mml2781
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Outstanding Matched Pair of Handled 3/4in Tongue and Groove Planes.
These planes were made in Auburn, NY by TJ McMaster in the 1820s-1830s. . They are beautifully made planes in exceptional conditon. Both planes have steel-plated fences for the best wear resistance. The blades are both long and clean and completely free of pitting. The closed totes have long, sweeping horns. Remarkably, neither has any wear or damage to the handles. Despite its age, the planes are quite clean and have seen little use. These planes cut a T&G joint centered on 3/4in thick stock, an ideal size to work with. It's an outstanding set in a highly desirable size and will make perfect workers
$70
Item Number mp2962
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Tiny Little M. Copeland 3/8in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is an adorable little profile and an outstanding molding plane. I doubt it's ever been used- the blade looks factory original and there are no signs of use. The sole profile is dead on straight- these small profiles tend to warp. This one will make an outstanding user and is a scarce, useful small size
$55
Item Number mp2963
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Excellent 5/8in Square ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Auburn under the Owasco name in the last quarter of the 19th century. It's a well-made plane made of dense, perfectly quartered beech. It's much better than the quality you'd usually expect from an Owasco plane. It has a dead straight sole and a nearly perfect blade. It's a useful small-medium size profile, ideal for a blanket chest lid, toolbox top, etc.
$45
Item Number mp2964
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Very Early Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "W. CLARK" on the toe. This mark does not appear in either Goodman's guide to British planemakers, nor in Elliot's guide to American makers. If I had to guess I'd say it's mid-late 18th century British but I can't tell for sure. It's 9 1/2 in long and made of beech. It has extremely flat, broad chamfers along the hand-hold. There are deep flat gouge cuts at the transition points of the step. The step itself is concave. It's a well-made plane and in decent enough condition considering its age.
$30
Item Number mp2965
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Stanley no. 71 Router Plane.
This is a very good, usable example with two blades and the oft-missing throat plate/depth stop. The plane comes with a 1/2in straight and V blade.It's exceptionally clean. The body has most nickel. The handles gave all of their original paint. The adjusters all work well. The fence is present. The screw that holds it to the sole fits perfectly, but is not original. A great example to put to use
$125
Item Number op658
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EC Stearns Cabinet Scraper.
This scraper was made in Syracuse, NY by Stearns. It's essentially a Stanley 80 with a slightly wider sole and similar blade adjuster. It has a clean blade and is in perfectly usable condition
$45
Item Number op659
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Very Nice Restored Stanley 5c Jack Plane.
This plane is a "type 9" dating to the first decade of the 20th century. It's been used and remains in excellent working order. It was well restored some time ago, the bed being repainted. It's aged a bit since then and has again developed a nice patina. . It was well cared for and the knob and tote are free of damage. The adjusters all work well. the blade is original and perfectly free of pitting. It's a well-used, perfect working jack plane to add to your kit.
$55
Item Number p969
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Excellent American Coffin Smoother.
This plane was made by the partnership of Whittier & Spear working in Chelsea, MA in the 1874 timeframe. AWP-IV give this plane's mark (***) for rarity for those of you who track these things. The plane is in excellent condition and has only light wear. The body is nice and clean, the sole doesn't have much wear. It holds a tapered Sheffield 2in double iron. The blade is laminated and has no pitting at all on the back. It'll need sharpening and then make a fantastic worker.
$40
Item Number wbp793
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Small Mathieson Jack Plane.
This is an extra-clean jack plane with most of the original decal on the toe. It's 14in long and has a 1 3/4in wide double iron. The iron is original an in excellent condition. It has an open tote which is also free of damage. There is a lignum strike at the toe. It has a clean sole and tight mouth. It's a smaller scale plane, about 80% the size of a normal jack. It'll make a great user
$50
Item Number wbp794
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Sturdy Moulson Brothers Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is a hair under 3/4in, call it 11/16in It's 15in long. It's super clean with a fresh bevel grind and a perfect handle. The blade is extra-stout, made for the hardest work
$35
Item Number c2902
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Exceptional Ibbotson 5/8in Mortise Chsiel.
This chisel has a near-perfect blade. There is no pitting, not even a speck of discoloration.It's 14+in long. the handle is simple and perfect. It'll make an outstanding user
$40
Item Number c2903
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Robert Sorby Extra-Long 1 5/8in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a long, thin paring chisel made in Sheffield by Sorby. The business end has been lapped and is free of pitting. There is some scattered pitting in back of that, but it'll work itself out. It's 15+in long. The handle is perfect.
$40
Item Number c2904
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Thos. Wales 1/4in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This is a nice clean vintage sash mortise chisel with a beautiful boxwood handle. It's clean, crisp and has no pitting. It's 12+in long.
$35
Item Number c2905
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Excellent H. Taylor no. 49 3/8in V Carving Tool.
This carving gouge has an excellent handle with some of the original decal. The blade is clean and perfectly free of pitting. It's just over 8in long.
$30
Item Number c2906
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Marples 1/8in Bent Flat Carving Tool.
This gouge is in near-mint conditon without any flaws
$20
Item Number c2907
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G. Hill, Sheffield 1/4in no. 5 Flat Carving Tool.
This is an excellent small, flat gouge made by Hill in sheffield It has the firm's cannon logo on the blade. It's clean, free of pitting, and has a perfect handle.
$24
Item Number c2908
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Hearnshaw Bros. 1/2in Flat Carving Gouge.
This is a no. 2 sweep (nearly flat) carving tool in exceptional condition. It's sharp and completely free of pitting. An outstanding edge tool
$22
Item Number c2909
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Stanley no. 919 6in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a Fray style brace made by Stanley after the company acquired Fray in 1909. It has some missing nickel on the frame but it works perfectly in every way. The jaws are pristine. The pad and handle are cocobolo and also close to perfect. It's a hard to find 6in size that's super handy for quickly boring smaller holes, driving screws, or running a countersink or other bitstock tool
$45
Item Number d1234
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Stanley 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace works perfectly. It's a nondescript mode 02-942 10in size. It has plastic handles, but again, it works just perfectly.
$10
Item Number d1236
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Vintage Brades Strap Tack Hammer.
This is a Brades no. 1951 strap hammer. It has a hammer face on one side, a cross-peen face on the other. It's in very good condition overall.
$25
Item Number m2127
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Interesting Early Orange Crate Hammer.
This hammer is marked "Jameson & Co. It has a two-piece head, one normal hammer head, one flat adze-like head and on the side a nail-puller. It's documented in Salaman's Dictionary of Woodworking Tools as an Orange Crate Hammer. It's interesting and in great shape.
$25
Item Number m2128
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1950s Craftsman Punch Set.
this is a set of five punches made int he 1950s by Craftsman. They are in new condition.
$10
Item Number m2129
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Evans 12ft Tape.
This is an exceptional vintage 12ft tape measure made by Evans & Co. of Elizabeth, NJ. It comes in its original plastic case with its original instruction packet. I believe it was made in the 1950s. It has a nice design and is in new condition.
$20
Item Number mml2774
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Stanley Tru-Tape Tape Measure.
This is a dead-mint "four square" no 7366 6ft tape measure in its original box. I've never come across one this nice before.
$25
Item Number mml2775
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Starrett no. 425 3in Caliper Rule.
This rule is in excellent conditon and works perfectly.
$20
Item Number mml2776
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Massive 1in Side Bead Molding Plane .
This plane was made by Thos. Turner in sheffield in the mid 1800s. It's in exceptional conditon without any flaws. The blade is clean, the boxing dead straight. It has a cabinet pitch blade ideal for difficult timbers. It's a great plane to put to use if you have a project large enough to use it on.
$25
Item Number mp2958
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Outstanding Marples 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is as clean as you'll find. It has a cabinet pitch blade that is ideal for difficult hardwoods. It's clean and free of pitting. It's a good, usable size for case and cabinet work, a perfect size to run between T&G cabinet backs.
$35
Item Number mp2959
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Mathieson 3/16in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is as nice as you'll find. It was made in Glasgow by Mathieson. It has a fully boxed sole and a cabinet pitch blade to work hardwoods. The plane has almost no wear and no damage. The blade is free of pitting. It's a high quality plane in a very desirable small size that should be a fine worker
$40
Item Number mp2961
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Stanley no. 191 Rabbet Plane.
This is a simple, straight-forward rabbet plane with a depth stop and nicker blade. It was made in the 1920s SW era. It's in very good conditon all-around and perfectly usable.
$28
Item Number op657
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North Brothers no. 31A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is the biggest model North Brothers made. It's 14.5in in long with the spiral retracted, 22.5in overall extended. It's in very good working order. The ratchet works well in both directions. It was made soon after the 1946 Sanley acquisition. It comes with several bits.
$28
Item Number m2121
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill .
This drill was made by North Brothers soon after the 1946 Stanley acquisition. it was made for Ma Bell and has the "Bell System" mark. It's in excellent condition with all original bright nickel. It works perfectly The magazine handle has a full compliment of bits. It's a very useful small drill for quickly and accurately drilling small holes.I find these super handy to have around the house and faster to use than a cordless drill, with a lower chance of breaking a thin bit.
$28
Item Number m2123
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I. Sorby Beech Spokeshave.
This shave is 10.5in long with a 2.5in long blade. The shave has seen little use and the mouth has no damage. The blade is long and clean, free of pitting. It's a quality shave in great working condition
$35
Item Number m2126
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Stanley SW Era no. 21 9in Combination Square.
this is a good, usable example. The head works perfectly. The graduations on the rule are a bit on the light side but you can read them. It's marked with the Jan 23, 1917 patent date.
$28
Item Number mml2764
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stnaley no. 20 Rosewood Try Square.
This is a SW Era tool dating to the 1920s. It's an uncommon 7 1/2in size as measured and marked on the blade. It's seen a lot of use and has some toolbox dings but it's still square.
$15
Item Number mml2765
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stnaley no. 20 Rosewood Try Square.
This is a SW Era tool dating to the 1920s. It's an uncommon 4 1/2in size as measured and marked on the blade. It's seen a lot of use and has some toolbox dings but it's still square.
$15
Item Number mml2767
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6ft Advertising Zig-Zag Rule.
This vintage zig-zag rule was made by the Master Rule Co of Middletown, NY. It's marked specially for Frank Tracy, Inc of 202 Centre St. in New York. It's in excellent working order.
$15
Item Number mml2768
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Classic British 10in Wing dividers.
This is a beautiful wing divider made in the classic British style. It's marked on the wing with a faint mark I can't quite read other than "STEEL" and "LONDON". It works perfectly. It has nice decorations about the legs and hinge. The oversized thumbscrew locks the legs' position perfectly. It's a beautiful tool and in excellent working condition.
$45
Item Number mml2770
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Auburn 7/8in Cove Molding Plane.
This is an Auburn model no. 156 7/8in cove molding plane made in Auburn, NY. It has some light wear, a few paint stains, and a small chip in the sole in front of the blade. Otherwise it hasn't see a whole lot of use. The blade is in excellent conditon. It's a perfectly usable plane.
$30
Item Number mp2956
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Huge 1 1/4in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of Mockridge and Francis in Newark, NJ which operated from 1835-1868. The plane is especially clean and crisp without much wear. It has a perfect blade. The boxing is dead on straight. It's an unusually large size, one of the very few I can recall that exceeded 1in. It's an excellent example, perfectly usable if you have a job big enough for it.
$30
Item Number mp2957
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Stanley no. 130 Double-Ended Block Plane.
This is a nice clean example with a perfect blade. With the blade bedded one way it's a standard block plane, the other way it's a bullnose plane.
$25
Item Number op656
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Stanley no. 135 Liberty Bell Smooth Plane.
This plane is somewhere between a 4 and 4 1/2 in terms of size. It's 10in long and has a 2 1/8in wide blade. It's from the "type 11" era ca. 1910-1918 based on the V logo blade. It's clean and has some wear on the sole but not much. The blade is long and in decent shape as you can see in the photos. It's a decent user in good shape
$30
Item Number p967
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Atkins 26in Handsaw.
This skew-back handsaw has an embossed apple handle. The plate is straight, a bit dark, but free of pitting. It's 2 1/2in deep at the toe. There is a small chip in the underside of the top horn. A quality saw and a solid worker
$25
Item Number s920
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Simonds no. 10 26in Handsaw.
This is a good 26in 7PPI crosscut handsaw made by Simonds in Fitchburg, MA. It has a clean plate that's straight enough if not perfectly straight. The handle has a tight check which is stable and does not go through to the other side of the handle. The etch is clear. A solid worker
$28
Item Number s921
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New Haven Edge Tool Co. 1in Socket Paring Chisel.
This is a 13in long bevel-edge paring chisel with a tapered blade and thin lands. The business end has been lapped and is free of pitting. It has a decently sharp bevel. The handle is in great shape. Not much is known about the New Haven Edge Tool Co. The EAIA DAT lists them as operating in New Haven. CT around 1894 but there is no documentation associated with that reference. They are listed as a brand sold by Sargent in the 1911 catalog. There is also no listing in any of the New Haven directories for a NHET Co.. I postulate that it was a brand name used by CE Jennings, possibly made at one of the smaller New-Haven area edge tool makers they acquired. It's documented that Jennings supplied chisels and edge tools to Sargent so there's that connection. Regardless, it's a high quality edge tool in outstanding condition.
$28
Item Number c2897
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Early Davis Level & Tool 10in Bit Brace.
This is a nice working example of the Davis brace. It has the classic chuck design with the brass sleeve over the shell. It has a gutta percha (an early hard-rubber plastic-like material- look it up.) wrist handle and a beautiful cocobolo head. It works well and is a simple, straight-forward design. Perfectly usable, and quite interesting.
$30
Item Number d1238
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Very unusual Low-Angle Router Plane.
This wooden router has a brass wear plate in front of the mouth. It's designed just like the standard OWT style router plane except the blade is bedded at a very low angle. I've never seen one like it that I can recall. It comes equipped with one blade and can hold standard plow plane irons.
$30
Item Number wbp792
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Excellent JB Addis 5/8in Spoon Gouge.
This gouge was made in London by JB Addis in the late 1870s or very early 1880s. IT's in excellent condition, free of pitting with a nice clean bevel and lots of length left. The handle is perfect. An outstanding edge tool in a very desirable size
$35
Item Number c2893
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Herring Bros. Extra-Flat no. 25 Spoon Gouge.
This 5/8in wide gouge has a very flat profile and a sharp bevel. It was made in London by Herring Bros. It has the firm's "Prize Medals" mark. The handle is near-perfect. It's an outstanding example
$28
Item Number c2894
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Ohio tool Co. 9in Drawknife.
This drawknife is in very good, usable condition. The blade has a nick and some light pitting at the very ends. The handles are perfectly tight and free of damage. It'll need light grinding and honing, but will be a good, usable drawknife.
$40
Item Number m2118
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Stanley no. 60 Double Spokeshave.
This shave has one flat blade, one hollow. It's an early example dating to right around 1900. It has the S Casting mark and the arched Stanley logo. Both blades are original and in excellent condition. The shave body has 95%+ japanning. An excellent example of this useful shave
$35
Item Number m2119
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Outstanding Moseley 5/16in Side Bead.
This plane was made in London by Moseley & Sons between roughly 1860-80. It's in excellent condition with only light wear and some tallow stains along the hand hold. It's a scarce size but a very useful plane to have in your arsenal between your 1/4 and 3/8. The cabinet pitch blade is in great shape. The boxing is dead on straight. It's a perfect worker of the highest quality
$45
Item Number mp2951
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5/8in "coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This plane has no maker's mark on the toe I can see. It does have an owner's mark on both ends. It looks early, perhaps user-made but if so it's very well-done. The skate is straight, but missing one screw out of seven. The plane works 5/8in stock but could probably work 3/4 as well. It's a bit of a mystery but looks like a solid user
$35
Item Number mp2953
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1in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 13in long overall It has an extra-clean blade with zero pitting and a sharp bevel. The blade is stamped with a name I believe is "Hartford" and "Extra No. 1". It'll make a fine worker and is a useful size
$24
Item Number c2883
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TH Witherby 1/2in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 12in long. It has a nice clean back. The only flaw is that the handle is painted red. A top quality worker.
$22
Item Number c2884
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Stanley no. 39 1/2 6in SW Era Machinist Level.
This is a 1920s SW era tool. It has a brass top plate and japanned body. The vial is intact.
$25
Item Number mml2753
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Nice American 1in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Goshen, MA by C.C. Dresser who worked from 1854-56. The plane is in very good conditon and will make a good worker. The blade is long and clean. The plane body is dead on straight with no twist. The mouth is still tight enough. It's a solid worker in a desirable small size.
$35
Item Number mp2940
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Clean 1/2in Cove Molding Plane by C. Warren, Nashua, NH.
This is a nice clean plane with little evidence of use. The blade is in great shape, freshly ground and lapped clean on the back. It was made by Warren in Nashua in the 1830-50 timeframe. It's a nice clean plane and a desirable small profile that'll make a good user.
$40
Item Number mp2942
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Small, Clean 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of Mockridge and Francis, planemakers working in Newark, NJ from 1835-1856. This is a nice clean little 1/4in side bead- a very desirable size among workers. It's dead on straight, has a nice clean blade and no undue wear. It needs to have the blade tuned , but there's no pitting so it shouldn't take much effort. It's a well-made plane that should be a nice worker.
$40
Item Number mp2946
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Ohio Tool Co 1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane puts a complete 180 degree round-over on boards 1 1/4in thick. It's clean and in excellent conditon with no damage. Both blades are long and clean. aside from some owner's marks it's in great shape and should work well if you have a job for it
$25
Item Number mp2947
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Excellent *Working* 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane .
This plane was made by Sandusky under the AC Bartlett name. It's clean and has minimal wear. The blade is sharp and honed. It cuts a crisp, smooth 3/8in bead on the edge of the board. I tested it on my bench and found it cuts easily and quickly. You can see examples of the finished profile in the photos. It's a very useful size for case and cabinet work- it's the size I use between T&G panels on the back of a cabinet, or between doors.
$45
Item Number mp2948
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2in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel was made for the Van Camp Hardware Company of Indianapolis. It was likely made by one of the larger edge tool makers of the time.. Witherby, Jennings, etc. It's 14.5in long overall and has a clean back. The handle has a check running its length which is kept in "check" by the steel hoop on one end, the socket on the other. It's a good, usable chisel
$30
Item Number c2873
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SJ Addis no. 3 1/4in Flat Gouge.
This carving tool is in excellent condition. It was made in Sheffield by Ward and Payne in the late 1800s to early 1900s. Top Addis quality in exceptional condition
$25
Item Number c2879
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Irwin Adjustable Auger Bit.
This expansive bit is in excellent conditon in its original box with the extra cutter and instruction manual. This is the small version capable of cutting any size between 5/8in and 1 1/2in. It's in excellent working order. A handy bit to have if you need an odd size hole bored.
$30
Item Number d1227
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Vintage Planemakers Float.
This is a rare vintage planemaker's edge float. It's 12in long overall. Each tooth is skewed in a direction, one left, one right, one left, etc. It's seen a lot of use and might be more of an artifact at this point than a working tool. Still, it's very early and a very rare tool to find.
$35
Item Number m2114
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Stanley no. 18 "Eureka" 8in Bevel Gauge.
This is a nice clean example of this very popular all-metal bevel gauge. It works perfectly, locking very tight and staying put.
$30
Item Number mml2751
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Stanley Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a Stanley no. 65 knuckle-joint block plane made for Craftsman. It has its original Stanley blade. The body has no damage and there are no cracks in back of the mouth. The adjuster works well and the mouth adjusts easily. The blade is in great shape as you can see in the photos. It's an excellent example in perfect working order
$45
Item Number op645
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Henry Disston 1876 Catalog Reprint.
This 84 page catalog has Disston's full line of saws and other tools. It is in excellent condition with no wear or damage.
$24
Item Number b607
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Henry Taylor 1/8in Flat gouge.
This is a tiny 1/8in no. 3 sweep gouge in near-mint condition. It's missing a little bit of the original decal on the handle.. that's the only flaw. Retails for $33 new today
$26
Item Number c2645
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Outstanding American 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is crisp and clean and has no wear or damage. It was made by Auburn under the Owasco name. It's decent quality and should be a good worker once sharpened.
$30
Item Number mp2918
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Matched Pair of L&IJ White 1 1/4in Hollow and Round Molding Planes.
These planes were made by White in Buffalo, NY. They are in good condition with some wear, a few checks, but nothing major that would prevent them from working once tuned. They are a size 16 in White's catalog, which equates to an arc with a 1 1/4in radius. A good, usable pair that's always been together.
$50
Item Number mp2921
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Top Quality Atkin & Son 3/4in Slipped Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane was made by the Birmingham planemaker Atkin & Son, makers of top quality wooden planes in the mid-late 19th century.This is an excellent plane made to the highest standards. It's clean and crisp and has an excellent blade. It would be hard to find a better example in this size to use
$24
Item Number mp2926
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Stanley 1911 Catalog Reprint.
This catalog was printed during the "type 11" era. It's 62 pages featuring Stanley's full line. It's a high quality printing published by Roger K Smith
$15
Item Number b724
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Two Greenfield Tool Co. Catalogs.
This is a 1872 catalog featuring illustrations and the company's full line of planes. Also included is a smaller 1854 price list sans illustrations. Greenfield was one of the largest makers of wooden planes in 19th century America and offered a wide selection of tools. An excellent reference.
$15
Item Number b727
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Union Mfg Co. Catalog Reprint.
This 52 page pocket catalog is undated but probably dates to the mid 1890s. It has the full line of Union tools before Stanley acquired the company. It's a very scarce reprint in good shape
$10
Item Number b735
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1903 Hynson Tool & Supply Catalog Reprint.
This St. Louis, MO company specialized in cooper's tools. This catalog is 80 pages of every sort of cooper's tool you'd care to know about
$5
Item Number b737
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The Hammer, The King of Tools.
Softcover, 351 pages of hammers. Excellent condition. Lots of hammers. It's a hard to find book. Go to eBay, Amazon, or Abe and look at what folks are trying to sell it for.
$45
Item Number b738
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Stanley 1859 Catalog Reprint.
This is the earliest Stanley Rule & Level Co. catalog reprint I know of. It also includes A. Stanley's 1855 price list at the end along with Ken Roberts' commentary.
$5
Item Number b742
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Nice Small 6in Bevel Gauge.
This is an unmarked 6in bevel that has a nice look to it and works perfectly. It has a standard screw-lock on it that will hold the blade better than any other mechanism out there. It's an ideal small size for bench use
$28
Item Number mml2585
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Early 1/2in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane is clearly late 18th or very early 19th century. It's British for sure.. there's a maker's mark on the toe I can't quite make out.. I see "JOHN" for sure. It's not John Green I don't think. Regardless, it's a nice usable plane without much wear and no damage at all.
$35
Item Number mp2915
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Unmarked Push Drill.
This is an early nickel plated push drill in exceptional conditon. It works perfectly and has all original nickel plating. It accepts the fluted bits with the dimpled shaft. It reminds me of a North Brothers Mr. Punch but is not marked. It comes with a small set of fluted bits. An excellent worker and a very useful small push drill for accurate work.
$25
Item Number d1223
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Interesting & Excellent Bennett Pat. Scraper.
This scraper was made by the Bennett Mfg. Co. of Buffalo, NY. It is marked "Pat Applied For". The tool has a long maple handle and an adjustable head angle. It has a cast head that holds a 3in wide scraper blade. It's clean and excellent overall. It's completely usable and quite interesting
$24
Item Number m2104
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Stanley no. 93 Butt & Mortise Gauge.
This is an exceptionally clean example with all original shiny nickel plating. IT's in perfect working order. This example was probably made in the 1910s based on the logo. It's an interesting and perfectly usable multi-tasker in top condition.
$30
Item Number mml2742
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Nice Early 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge was made for the Shalpeigh Hardware Company of St. Louis. It was probably made by Stanley. It's in beautiful condition with the original etch still on the blade. I've never seen one like it
$30
Item Number mml2745
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Stanley no. 118 All-Steel Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a simple, tough low-angle block plane in very good conditon. It's missing some nickel but the blade is in great shape and the bed is nice and clean. Its all-steel construction can handle the hardest work while the low-angle blade is extremely useful
$25
Item Number op642
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North Brothers no. 41 Push Drill IOB.
This drill is lightly used and is in its original box. The box has a decent paper label and some wear. The drill itself works perfectly and is very clean. It has a full compliment of bits n the hollow magazine handle. It's a great working example of this very useful drill, ideal for quickly and accurately drilling small holes, especially in hard-to-reach spots.
$35
Item Number d1222
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Union Tool Co 12in Combination Square.
This square was made in Orange, MA by Union. It's clean and works perfectly.
$40
Item Number mml2741
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Exceptional 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane by Marley, New York.
this is an exceptionally clean and crisp 1/2in side bead made by Luke Marley in New York in the first half of the 19th century. It's in excellent condition with no undue wear, damage, or anything to apologize for. It'll make an excellent worker
$28
Item Number mp2713
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Nice Buck Brothers 1in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 10.5 in long. It has a slightly oversized handle which is unusual. The blade is clean, lapped and decently sharp.
$24
Item Number c2864
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North Brothers no. 50 Reciprocating Drill.
This is a really nice example of this interesting tool. It has a spiral shaft connected to a standard three jaw chuck. There is a rosewood pad on one end like a brace. The nickel plated driver moves up and down the spiral, turning the chuck clockwise in both the fore and aft motions. It works smoothly- better than any example of this tool I've found. There is a provision to lock the chuck in place to change bits- just push the driver all the way forward and engage the small switch locking it in place. The chuck can accept bits up to 3/16in. It's a nice clean example of this interesting and useful tool in perfect working order.
$45
Item Number d1219
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Large Quirk Ogee Molding PLane.
This is a user-made plane that cuts a 1 1/4in wide quirk ogee profile. it has an early look to it and is well done for a craftsman-made plane
$12
Item Number mp2899
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Large 3/4in Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the early 19th century plane maker King & Co. of Hull. It's clean and has a nice patina from age and use. The blade is quite clean as you can see in the photos. It's a nice larger ovolo for a chest lid molding, shelf edge, etc.
$30
Item Number mp2901
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Big 1 1/2in Ovolo Molding PLane.
This plane has no maker's mark I can see. It cuts a massive 1 1/2in ovolo molding. The blade has some discoloration but no pitting. It's in good shape and well-made.
$30
Item Number mp2903
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1/2in Dado Molding Plane by L&IJ White, Buffalo NY.
This is a nery good, usable dado plane. It cuts a 1/2in wide groove across the grain. It has help from a nicker blade in front of its blade to make a crisp, clean cut. It has a depth stop to set the depth of the groove. It's a solid worker with some light wear but no damage.
$40
Item Number mp2908
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1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This small/medium sized bead was made by William Walked in York, England in the 1810s-20s. It's seen some use and has some staining from sheep tallow, but it's still in usable condition. It just needs the blade sharpened and it'll be ready to go. It's a useful smaller size and a great looking plane.
$22
Item Number mp2911
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Buck Brothers 3/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a nice clean example with no pitting at all on the back. It's 11in long. The original apple handle has some roughness but it's complete and intact. A fine worker made by one of the top American makers
$24
Item Number c2861
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DR Barton 1/2in Crank-Neck Patternmakers Gouge.
This gouge has an extra-flat profile and is 13+in long. It was made in rochester, NY by DR Barton. The front of the blade has a lot of pitting, but the back is quite clean where it counts. The handle is in great shape. A perfectly usable gouge in decent condition.
$22
Item Number c2862
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Early Stanley no. 42 Saw Set.
This is an early example with the Sept 26 and Dec19, 1916 patents. It has a smooth action and works perfectly.
$25
Item Number m2091
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Millers Falls no. 610A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This screwdriver is in very good conditon and works perfectly It has a strong return spring allowing for easy one-handed use. It can act as a spiral screw driver, a push drill with the right adapter, or a standard ratchet screwdriver. It comes with three bits.
$25
Item Number m2092
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Morrills Patent Saw Set.
This is a nice clean example of Morrill's no. 95 pliers-type patented spokeshave. It has three patent dates on it, the latest being 1902. It was an incredibly popular model at the time as evidence by the sheer number of these that survived to the present day.
$20
Item Number m2093
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Nice Re-Worked Gabriel Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1 1/4in wide quirk ogee with fillet profile about 3/4in deep. It was originally made by Gabriel, the famous London planemaker. It was then adjusted by adding on to the sole to convert it to this profile. It's well done, and likely quite usable
$20
Item Number mp2887
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Excellent Matched Pair of 5/8in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes .
These planes are matched and cut a T&G joint centered on 5/8in stock. They should work on 1/2in as well. They are unmarked, or at least I can't find a maker's mark. They have steel-clad fences for the ultimate in wear resistance. They look great and have minimal wear. A nice working pair.
$50
Item Number mp2890
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Early & Rare American Molding Plane by J. Tilton.
This hollow molding plane was made by J. Tilton, a mark that appears in AWP-IV as "UR" for unrated. It's believed to have been Jeremiah Tilton and made ca. 1820. The plane certainly has some early features. The maker's mark matches the one shown in AWP-IV exactly including the stray "," at the end of the name. An interesting, early American plane
$30
Item Number mp2893
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Buck Brothers no. 2 1/2in Flat Carving Tool.
This tool is 10in long overall, exceptionally clean, and very sharp. It's in great shape, ready to work. Top Buck quality
$26
Item Number c2853
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Herring Bros. Extra-Flat no. 3 Sweep 3/8in Carving Gouge .
This gouge has a beech handle and is 10in long overall. It's clean and completely free of pitting. It's a rare extra-flat sweep in great shape.
$24
Item Number c2855
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North Brothers "Yankee" No. 41 Push Drill.
This Yankee push drill was branded for the Dunlap brand. It's in near-new condition and has a full compliment of bits inside the magazine handle. It's ideal for accurately and quickly drilling small holes.
$28
Item Number d1217
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Atha 20oz Framing Hammer.
This is a nice vintage framing hammer in good working order. It has its original hickory handle which is nicely waisted and free of damage
$15
Item Number m2086
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Excellent Disston & Sons 4in Try Square.
This is an early 20th century Disston square in excellent condition. It has most of its original nickel and looks fantastic. It's straight and square.. a hard one to find.
$35
Item Number mml2729
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Stanley 6ft Zig-Zag Rule.
This rule is in near-mint condition and works perfectly.
$10
Item Number mml2730
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Stanley no. 1 8in Infill Rosewood Try Square.
This is an early example with a nice rosewood infill featuring a distinct sap/heartwood line. The blade is straight and square. It's marked Stanley on one end. It does not have have Traut's 1897 patent hand-y patent stock. It's probably mid-1880s based on the type study. It's a nice clean example in usable condition
$35
Item Number mml2731
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Classic British 6in Wing Divider.
This is a great working example of this classic British layout tool. It's unmarked and works perfectly. The legs are nicely tapered, the hinge is tight and the wing held fast with the peened end in the leg. There's a small decoration at the end of the wing. The points are even and sharp. A great example of this classic tool
$45
Item Number mml2732
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Buck Brothers 3/8in no. 25 spoon Gouge.
This is a fairly flat spoon gouge made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's in clean, usable condition. The bevel needs light work but there's zero pitting to worry about.
$28
Item Number c2843
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Stanley no. 71 SW Era Double-Beam Marking Gauge.
This beech gauge has brass ends to resist wear. The marking pins are long and sharp. It was made during the 1920s SW era. It's in excellent working order, and quite useful
$30
Item Number mml2724
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Early 12in Combination Square.
This is a solid, usable square. It was made by the Bates Mfg Co in Orange, MA ca. 1870. The rule is pretty clean and the head slides easily. It does not have a scribe and the level vial is broken. Still a good, usable square
$20
Item Number mml2725
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Greenfield Tool Co 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This is a clean, crisp plane with no apologies whatsoever. It has all the makings of a fine worker- two long, clean blades, a functional depth stop, and a dead straight sole. It'll be useful for larger and sturdier case and cabinet work.
$45
Item Number mp2879
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Big Greenslade 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality plane made in Bristol, England. It didn't see much of any use and remains in excellent condition with no apologies whatsoever.
$24
Item Number mp2868
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Nice Matched Pair of 5/8in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes by Curie, Glasgow.
These planes were made by The Glasgow planemaker Curie sometime in the mid 1800s. The planes have seen use and have some light wear and honest patina. Both blades are clean and there is no real damage. The tonguing plane has some roughness along the fence but it's not a problem when the plane is in use. They cut a T&G joint centered on 5/8in stock and will work for 3/4in in a pinch.
$50
Item Number mp2863
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Curvy 7/8in OgeeMolding Plane by M. Crannell, Albany NY.
This plane was made by Matthew Crannell & Co in Albany in the last third of the 19th century.It's a nice clean blade with an excellent blade. The profile is especially curvy and would be quite useful. It has a wide fence making it an easy plane to use. A fine example to tune up and put to work.
$45
Item Number mp2867
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Otto Young, Chicago, IL, Tools and Materials Catalog. .
480 pages of jewelers' and watchmaker's tools. Excellent condition.
$5
Item Number b720
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Red Eaton: The Ultimate Brace.
This book is subtitled "A unique product of Victorian England" It details the history and design of the famous "Ultimatum" style brace England was famous for in the 19th century. It's an uncommon book and a great reference.
$50
Item Number b723
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Buck Bros 7/8in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This incannel paring or coping gouge is extra-clean and in great user conditon. It's over 11in long overall. The handle is nearly perfect. An ideal worker made by one of the highest quality American edge tool makers.
$28
Item Number c2823
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Gouge.
This gouge is just over 10in long overall. It's clean and has no damage or pitting. It's a yop quality edge tool in great shape.
$22
Item Number c2825
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Excellent 1840s 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of Barry & Way ca. 1842-1847 according to AWP-IV. The plane is super clean and has minimal wear. The boxing is dead straight and the blade is close to perfect. It's absolutely usable.
$24
Item Number mp2853
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I. Sorby 1/4in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This is a boxwood-handled paring gouge in good condition without any pitting. It was made in Sheffield by I Sorby.
$22
Item Number c2810
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Marples, Sheffield 3/8in Flat Incannel Gouge.
This gouge is sharp and clean and in excellent working order
$22
Item Number c2816
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Boxwood Spokeshave.
This is a well-used spokeshave in good working order. It's earned a nice, honest patina over the years. It is 11in long overall with a 2 5/8in wide blade. The blade has a small chip but is quite clean. It is unmarked as far as I can tell
$28
Item Number m2074
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Chapin-Stephens 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a good, clean plane with perfect boxing. The blade needs a bit of work but will be completely usable. It's a good example in a useful small size well worth the effort of restoring
$24
Item Number mp2848
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Adjustable-Handle Nail Saw.
This saw is unmarked and appears to be some sort of nail or plumbers saw. It has a fine pitch and thicker plate than usual It has an apple handle that is in excellent condition. The plate is clean and straight
$15
Item Number s881
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Greenfield 5/8in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has good straight boxing and a nice clean blade. There's a small chip of boxing missing just in back of the mouth where it won't matter. It's a scarce size in unusually good condition
$28
Item Number mp2836
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Excellent 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by The Glasgow planemaker Moir who made top quality molding lanes throughout the late 19th century. This is a clean plane without any damage. The blade is clean and bedded at cabinet pitch. the boxing is perfect. I'll make an outstanding worker for larger house moldings, etc.
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Item Number mml2580
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G. W. Popple, Sheffield 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has been used a bit and is pretty grungy, but remains in excellent conditon overall. The boxing is perfect and the blade is very clean. It will be perfectly usable once honed. It's a good working plane in a medium/large size
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number mp2610
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane by Routledge, Birmingham.
This plane was made in the mid-late 19th century but the Birmingham, England planemaker Routledge. The firm is known for making top quality molding planes and this is a great example. It's a very good, perfectly usable plane with a nice clean blade and perfect boxing. It's very well made and has not warped or twisted at all over its lifetime. It'll be a good user for cutting larger house moldings and similar.
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Item Number mp2657
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Big 7/8in British Side Bead molding Plane.
This plane has had many owners over the years, each of whom fought with name stamp and mallet to claim ownership over this tool. it's been well used but remains in good working condition. The boxing is straight and the blade very clean. The maker's mark was long ago stamped over in the Fracar of the Upper Toe ca. 1900-1902. The resultant mess left us with no clear winner, only an illegible maker's mark. A good, usable plane for larger house and architectural moldings. Add your mark to it, if you can find room.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number mp2750
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3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by D. Malloch in Perth. It's in good condition with some light wear and discoloration. The blade is in decent shape but needs to be reground. It'll be a good worker with a minimum of effort. An ideal size for case and cabinet work.
$26
Item Number mp2820
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Excellent Griffiths 3/4in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This is a clean, crisp plane that cuts a smaller than normal 3/4in Torus bead. It has a good iron and perfect boxing. A perfectly usable plane with a nice curvy profile
$26
Item Number mp2784
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Boxwood Spokeshave.
this shave was made by F. Britain of sheffield. There is a faint mark with the Swan logo on the front. It has a fair blade with a patch of pitting. The boxwood boy is usable. A decent worker at a bargain price
$24
Item Number m2012
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Early British 5/8in Side Bead molding Plane.
This plane was made by W. Parkes, a Birmingham planemaker that operated throughout much of the 19th and into the early 20th century. This is definitely an older example dating to the beginning of that timeframe. It's got some wear and has an honest patina including dings and scratches. It has a good blade and will still be usable once tuned.
$15
Item Number mp2724
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Very early 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has no maker's mark I can see. It looks like an early 19th century British molding plane based on the design features. It has very wide chamfers along the hand-hold, and a deep cove along the step. It's a good-looking plane with some wear and a short blade. It could be used once tuned.
$15
Item Number mp2726
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Brown and Sharpe 4in Inside Calipers.
These no. 812 calipers are in excellent to near-mint condition and work perfectly.
$18
Item Number mml2612
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