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Update 2017-11-21 Hi everyone- a small update tonight with more coming tomorrow before the Thanksgiving holiday. Thanks for looking!


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Early Cove and Astragal Molding Plane by T.GOLDSMITH, Philda. PA.
This plane was made in the early 1800s by Thomas Goldsmith. The plane is 9 3/4in long and has heavy, flat chamfers along the hand hold. It's a really nice, deep cove and astragal 1in wide by 3/4in deep. The plane has an owner's mark on the side and signs if light use. The blade remains in excellent condition and the plane could certainly be used once sharpened. It's a scarce profile and an very nice plane all around.
$50
Item Number mp3205
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Excellent British Toothing Plane.
This plane was made by D.MALLOCH in Perth. It's 7in long and holds a 2in blade. The plane has seen some use and has a lovely, honest patina with only light wear and no damage. The blade is exceptional- a 2in tapered toothing iron by Ibbotson. A great example if you want one to use
$55
Item Number wbp845
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Low-Angle Single-Iron Smooth Plane.
This plane is 9in long and holds a 1 3/4in single iron. It was made by Warren & Heald in Nashua, NH ca. 1860 and sold by the Lowell, MA hardware dealer Jacob Rogers & Co. It has a lignum strike at the toe. The plane has seen some use and has some wear. The blade is exceptional- super clean, full length and just in fantastic condition. It was made by the Humphreysville Mfg Co of Seymour, CT.
$30
Item Number wbp846
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Narrow Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by the Hanover, MA planemaker J.R. TOLMAN who is well known for making many shipwrights planes possibly including this one. It's 9in long but holds a narrow 1 3/4in double iron. The plane is in very good condition overall noting a check in the left cheek that follows a natural weak point near a grain reversal. The blade fits the plane perfectly and is in no danger of opening the check any further. The sole has been recently flattened it seems. The blade is exceptional- a thick, tapered double iron made by Moulson. The blade is full length and has no pitting. It's an interesting, usable wooden plane.
$28
Item Number wbp847
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Cincinnati Tool Co Adjustable Washer Cutter.
This is a super clean example made by CTCo and marked with the Hargrave logo. It can cut circles and washers up to 8in in diameter in wood, rubber, or leather. An excellent example in top condition.
$25
Item Number d1300
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Excellent Keen Kutter Hollow Tool handle.
This is a high quality tool handle was made by Fray for EC Simmons and sold under the Keen Kutter label. It is in near perfect condition with six original bits in the hollow handle. The jaws can grip just about anything with a square shank so it's a handy tool to use with files, rasps, and other small tools. a super clean example in perfect working order
$25
Item Number m2274
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Bemis & Call 8in Square-Leg Outside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent working order. They are marked with an owner's name and the date 1880. They are high quality square-leg calipers in a useful 8in size. Ideal for gauging turning stock on the lathe and a variety of other uses
$25
Item Number mml3030
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Starrett no. 29 Machinist Marking Gauge.
This is a vintage example in near-mint condition. It works perfectly in every way. Still made today, these sell for $114 if purchased new today
$45
Item Number mml3031
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English Boxwood Mortise Gauge.
This gauge is marked "Chas. Fernyhough, London." It's made of deep golden boxwood with some light figure along the beam. It works well and has reasonably long marking pins. It's a lovely, useful gauge
$30
Item Number mml3032
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Excellent Small Quirk Ogee Bevel Molding Plane by Union Tool, MA.
The Union Tool Co. made planes in Goshen, MA from 1852-54 according to AWP-IV. This plane cuts a gorgeous quirk ogee and bevel molding 1 1/2in wide and 1/2in deep, a nice smaller size than is usually found. The plane is in excellent condition all around and has no flaws I can see. The blade is especially clean which will make it an easy plane to tune and put to work. An exceptional example.
$55
Item Number mml3033
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Excellent Small Quirk Ogee Bevel Molding Plane by Union Tool, MA.
The Union Tool Co. made planes in Goshen, MA from 1852-54 according to AWP-IV. This plane cuts a gorgeous quirk ogee and bevel molding 1 1/2in wide and 1/2in deep, a nice smaller size than is usually found. The plane is in excellent condition all around and has no flaws I can see. The blade is especially clean which will make it an easy plane to tune and put to work. An exceptional example.
$55
Item Number mp3203
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Scarce Tiny Quirk Grecian Ogee by J GIBSON, Albany NY.
This plane cuts a small 3/4in wide by 3/8in deep flat quirk ogee molding. It's one of the smallest I've seen and it's in excellent condition. It was made by John Gibson, an Albany NY planemaker who worked throughout the second quarter of the 19th century in NY. The plane has perfect boxing, a nice clean body, and near perfect blade. It's an outstanding example if you want to add it to your working kit of molding planes. The profile is a scarce one and the plane is in outstanding condition.
$55
Item Number mp3204
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Stanley no. 101 mini Block Plane.
This is a tiny block plane that some folks like to use. It's decent and usable
$5
Item Number op699
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Stanley 4C Smooth Plane.
This plane is a "type 7" made between 1893-1899 according to the type study. The plane has been used and has some honest patina. The knob and tote are still in great shape. The blade is a slightly later SW ear replacement from around 1920. The blade is long and clean and has plenty of life left in it. The adjuster still work easily. It's a solid worker no. 4 to put to work
$55
Item Number p1017
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CE Jennings 10in Backsaw.
This is a good, usable backsaw made by Jennings in New York. It's almost the same as a Disston no. 4 except the handle has that distinct Jennings look to it with the hump in the palm rest. It's a gorgeous design and it fits my hand better than any other maker's saw. The plate is in good shape and 2 1/2in deep under the steel spine. The handle is apple and in near perfect conditon. It needs to be sharpened but it won't take much work
$50
Item Number s954
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Super Clean Stanley no. 36 9in Machinist Level.
This is an excellent example with all original finish and three good vials. The vials have covers that rotate into place to protect the vials when it is stored. An excellent example to use or add to a collection.
$35
Item Number mml3029
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Stanley 9 1/4 Block Plane.
This is a super clean example in perfect working order. It has all original finish and no pitting at all on the blade. An excellent general-purpose block plane to add to your working kit
$30
Item Number op697
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Sargent no. 307 Block Plane.
This is a nice clean working example of what is essentially Sargent's version of the Stanley 9 1/2. It's missing some finish but the blade is near perfect and the adjusters work perfectly. It has an adjustable mouth, blade adjuster, and lateral.. A solid general-purpose block plane.
$30
Item Number op698
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Extra-Clean 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in the mid-1800s by the Philadelphia, PA planemaker Samuel Bibiighaus. It's clean and in perfect working order. It's the most common size I find and in top condition.
$20
Item Number mp3202
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Excellent Buck 1/4in Bevel-Edge Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel is just under 10in long. It has a perfect handle. The blade has some discoloration but the back is clean. It's a thin, flexible paring chisel for fine work.
$26
Item Number c3113
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Small W. Butcher 1/8in Tang Chisel.
This is a nice looking high quality tang chisel made by Butcher in Sheffield. It's nearly 9in long overall and has a perfect handle and clean blade. A top quality user in a useful small size
$25
Item Number c3117
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Massive Buck Bros 5/8in Mortise Chisel.
This is an enormous 15+in long mortise chisel made by Buck in Milbury, MA It has an excellent handle and the thickest blade I've seen on a mortise chisel. The back has some pitting. I quickly lapped the first inch or so on my diamond stone to show that it's flat and very easy to clean . All it needs is a bevel grind and hone and you'll have one heck of a mortise chisel to work with.
$45
Item Number c3119
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Keen Kutter Corner Chisel.
This chisel is 7/8in wide on both faces and has the original bevel grind with the little leading "nib" in the corner. It's 16+in long and has a near-perfect handle. The two flat faces are pretty clean. Both are lapped clean and flat right at the bevel so it won't take long to have in working condition. It's a big, tough tool for hard work. It was made for the EC Simmons hardware company by one of the larger 19th century edge tool makers and sold under the "Keen Kutter" brand. An exceptional example to put to work.
$45
Item Number c3120
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Apple Coffin Smoother by J. Veit, Philadelphia.
This is an 8in long smoother with a 1 3/4in wide blade. it has some wear but is perectly usable. Just true the sole, grind and hone the blade and you should be up in running in no time. The plane has light wear. The blade has light discoloration but no real pitting to deal with. It needs a grind, as mentioned but it's a quality blade in good shape. A solid worker and an uncommon applewood plane.
$40
Item Number wbp842
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Buck Brothers 1in Bevel-Edge Tang Chisel.
This is a fine paring chisel with beveled edges and sharp lands. It's 9.5in long overall. The handle isn't a Buck but I really dig it. It's comfortable and looks nice. A fine working paring chisel with no pitting at all, made by one of the top American makers
$26
Item Number c3108
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Millers Falls no. 185A Push Drill.
This is a nice crisp example with all original finish and in perfect working order. It's a handy tool for quickly and accurately drilling small holes. It comes with a full compliment of bits in the magazine handle. An excellent example and a very useful drill.
$28
Item Number d1295
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Stanley nos 28&29 Cornering Tools.
These simple tools are used to put a quick round-over on a sharp corner. These is an unmatched pair both in good, usable condition. They need sharpening and have minor finish loss
$15
Item Number m2270
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Starrett 93B T-Handle Tap Wrench .
this tap wrench is in new condition and retails for $38 today if bought new from Starrett
$22
Item Number m2271
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Starrett 36-8 8in Lock-Joint Caliper.
This is an excellent example in perfect working order. This model features a transfer arm, a fine-adjustment screw, and a locking joint. this model is no longer made by Starrett, but retailed for $160 when bought new from Starrett. It's a top quality tool in excellent condition.
$30
Item Number mml3022
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Starrett 3in Universal Machinists Bevel.
This bevel is in excellent to near-mint condition and works perefctly
$25
Item Number mml3024
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6in Machinists Rule.
Marked "B & S CO BOSTON TEMPERED" good conditiion
$10
Item Number mml3025
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Marples Rosewood Mortise Gauge.
This is a well-used but excellent mortise gauge with two long, sharp pins. The adjustable pin moves easily and stays put. It's a good, usable gauge that looks good and works well.
$30
Item Number mml3026
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Stanley no. 61 Beech Marking Gauge.
This gauge is as simple as they come and in excellent working order. The pin is fat enough to be sharpened to a knife edge to make a cheap cutting gauge.
$12
Item Number mml3028
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Exceptional 1 1/8in Double-Iron nosing Plane.
This plane is intended to put a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/8in thick stock. It was made by Owasco and is in outstanding condition. It hasn't seen much use, if any. The blades are perfect and the body has no wear. It's as nice as they come.
$26
Item Number mp3194
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Outstanding 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a big bead for large scale house moldings and other architectural work. It was made by Hathersich (George and Elizabeth) who worked from 1797-1851 according to Goodman. This plane is in excellent shape, showing few signs of use. It's developed a beautiful patina. It'll make a fine worker if you have a job for it.
$24
Item Number mp3195
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Crisp 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane by Kellogg, Amherst, MA.
This plane was made by J. Kellogg, one of the better planemakers in 19th century America. It's a clean, crisp examples with no flaws. The blade is perfect. The boxing is dead straight. A fine worker in a useful and extremely common size. It's about as nice as you'll find if you want one to use
$25
Item Number mp3196
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Huge Ohio Tool 1in Cove Molding Plane.
This is a massive cove in fair condition. It's been shellacked at some point and there is a chip in the sole in front of the mouth. On the upside, The blade is quite nice. It's a very unusual size otherwise I might toss it.
$10
Item Number mp3197
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Crisp 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane by Lamb & Brownell.
This plane was made in New Bedford, MA in the 1870s. It's in outstanding condition and has no wear or damage at all. It's as nice as they come- a perfect example to put to use in the most common size I find today.
$24
Item Number mp3198
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Birmingham, England planemaker Thomas Clough who is listed in Goodman as working ca. 1828. The plane is in very good condition- it has minimal wear and a nice patina. It's a good-looking, usable molding plane
$20
Item Number mp3199
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Stanley no. 26 Jack Plane.
This is a wood-bottom Jack from around 1900. It's a very good, perfectly usable example. The blade is nice and clean and the adjusters work perfectly. The sole is decent but has some wear. It could be easily trued if you want. The tote has a tight repair to a crack at the horn. It's been glued and screwed and is perfectly tight. It's a solid working jack plane in good user condition.
$30
Item Number p1009
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Traditional German Horned Smooth Plane.
This plane holds a blade a hair over 1 1/2in wide- 39 to be exact. It has a curved front horn and integral hand rest behind the blade. There is a steel strike at the heel. The sole on these planes is usually hornbeam I believe. It has a very tight mouth and an outstanding blade with zero pitting. It was made by J. Steiner and bears the "Original Steiner" medallion in back of the tote. A very nice, perfectly usable wooden plane in the classic European form.
$40
Item Number wbp840
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Tiny Starrett Keychain Screwdriver.
This is a small screwdriver with a split ring that is I assume for using on a key chain. It's only 2in long overall and is clearly marked Starrett thought it has no model number. It holds a tiny little flat head screwdriver and might make a good screwdriver for eyeglasses? It could be a promotional give-away. I can't find any other examples out on the Interwebs so let me know if you've seen this before.
$15
Item Number m2266
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6in Spring Dividers.
These dividers were made for Craftsman, probably by Union. They aren't the prettiest but they work just fine.
$15
Item Number mml3011
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Rosewood Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This is an English-made gauge in perfect working order. It has a plastic locking screw which isn't the sexiest but it works just fine. The gauge has no wear and perfect pins
$12
Item Number mml3012
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Chapin-Stephens 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by C-S near Hartford, CT at the Union factory. It's in average conditon and is one of the most commons sizes I find. It's usable and completely ordinary.
$15
Item Number mml3015
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Starrett 6in Flat-Leg Lock-Joint Hermaphrodite Caliper .
These calipers are model 42-6 and are in excellent condition. They are sold today by Starrett and retail for $149 new.
$28
Item Number mml3018
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Starrett no. 186 Drill and Wire Gauge.
This is an especially clean vintage example. It's still sold today and retails for $76 new
$24
Item Number mml3019
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Exceptional 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
this plane was made in Auburn, NY by the partnership of Young & McMaster which held the contract for Auburn prison labor from 1838-1843. It's an exceptionally well-made plane with no damage or wear. It cuts a massive bead, good for large scale house moldings and other architectural scale work.
$24
Item Number mp3190
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Kellogg, 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Amherst, MA by J. Kellogg, one of the better 19th century planemakers. This is a high-end plane with a fully-boxed sole. The boxing is dead on straight and in impeccable conditon. The blade is perfectly clean and free of pitting. It's a very common size and useful for case and cabinet work.
$25
Item Number mp3191
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Buck Brothers no. 15 3/16in Bent Gouge.
This gouge is in excellent condition- it's 9.5 in long with a perfect handle and a clean blade free of pitting. A top quality edge tool in excellent condition.
$26
Item Number c3094
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Heavy Duty 10in Ratchet Brace.
This bit brace was made in Germany and is branded " Giant Grip". It ha a massive chuck that can hold just about any size square shank in its massive jaws. The whole thing is well made and obviously intended for heavy duty work.
$28
Item Number d1292
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Scarce Kellett Patent Triple Plane Blade.
This is a rather strange design patented Sept. 16, 1884, by William Kellett. It's a 2 5/8in wide 7.5in long iron. It uses three pieces- a chip breaker, backing iron, and the actual blade which is sandwiched in between. This example is pristine. It's an uncommon design and not one I've ever seen in this condition.
$28
Item Number m2263
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Early British Style Wing Dividers.
These dividers are 6.5in long. They are chunky and well-made with a thick brass wing nut to lock them in place. They aren't as refined as some of the dividers I've had listed this month, but they do the job well.
$40
Item Number mml3002
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Unusual 5/8in Double Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane as made by William Hull, a Boston planemaker working from 147-48 on his own. This is a fairly scarce mark rating (***) for rarity in AWP-IV. It's seen some use but remains in very good conditon all around. The blades have some light pitting and need a grind before they could be used, but it's still usable. Both sides are fully boxed which is uncommon in a plane this size. It's a nice example of a scarce style of plane made by an uncommon Boston maker
$40
Item Number mp3182
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3/4in Compassed Rabbet Plane.
This plane is marked "PARSONS" a mark that does not exactly match any of those found in Goodman nor in AWP-IV. I suspect it's American based on where it was found and its style. It could be one of the Parsons listed in AWP-IV but with a previously unknown mark variant. Either way it's in exceptionally clean and fine condition. The blade is bedded at a very high angle intended for difficult timbers. An interesting plane in excellent condition.
$28
Item Number mp3183
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Massive Ohio 7/8in "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Plane.
This plane cuts both halves of a T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. It's a much wider plane than usual giving it a nice heft. While it's intended for 7/8in stock this example will also work 3/4 if you are careful to keep your faces oriented properly. It's a good, usable plane with two clean irons and nice skates on the grooving sides
$45
Item Number mp3184
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5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made for J. Bogart who was listed as a New York hardware merchant ca. 1842-70. This mark is a rare one, garnering (****) for rarity in AWP-IV. It's in decent shape- the blade has some pitting but it's salvageable. l. It's a very common size and a very uncommon mark
$15
Item Number mp3186
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Scarce JB Addis 3/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
You won't find many JB Addis chisels like this. It's a little over 13in long with most of that in the long blade. The handle is gorgeous and free of damage. The blade has scattered light pitting but not much on the back. The steel is _hard_ on this one. I quickly lapped the back to show there's a nice flat, clean spot in back of the bevel so it won't take long to get it sharp and working. Addis is famous for making top quality edge tools and this one should be a fine worker
$30
Item Number c3087
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Varvill 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in York, England by Barvill & Sons, one of the better 19th century planemakers in the UK. This plane has seen a god bit of use which isn't a bad thing- it means it worked well enough for someone to use it this much. It remains clean and perfectly usable today. The boxing is still straight and the blade is quite clean. It has light wear from being used but nothing major. It's a good useful medium size.
$25
Item Number mp3179
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Early 1/2in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This is a good, usable chisel with a partial maker's mark I can't read. It has a decent clean back and good handle. Perfectly usable if a bit odd
$20
Item Number c3081
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Craftsman Small Expansive Bit.
This bit was made for Sears and sold under the Craftsman brand. It's likely from the 1940s-1950s. It's complete with both cutters. It can cut any size hole from 3/4in to 1 1/2in. It comes in its original box.
$20
Item Number d1290
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Clark Patent Small Expansive Bit.
This bit is complete with both cutters. It can cut any size hole from 3/4in to 1 1/2in. It's in excellent conditon and perfectly usable
$12
Item Number d1291
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Scarce E F Dixie, Worcester MA Spokeshave.
This is a weird double-iron spokeshave made by EF Dixie in Worcester, MA. The EAIA DAT has the firm working ca. 1851 and not much more information than that. It's a decent example with a usable blade. It's an interesting shave in decent conditon
$20
Item Number m2258
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Starrett no. 50A Trammel Set Mint IOB.
This trammel set is complete in its original box with the original packing paper and the original wooden beam. The beam has a threaded hole to hold the adjustable point when the pencil socket is in use. These retail for $140 new today from Starrett
$60
Item Number mml2984
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Stanley no. 0 24in Plumb and Level.
This level has both vials intact and is only missing some small bits of finish. It's perfectly usable.
$20
Item Number mml2986
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Well-Done Hand-forged Wheelwrights Traveler.
This traveler has a 7in wheel. It's in good working order and completely unmarked. It's a super cool early hand-forged tool..
$26
Item Number mml2991
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12in Inside Caliper.
This is a well-made caliper in perfect working order
$10
Item Number mml2992
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British 9in Bevel Gauge.
This gauge was made by Footprint and is in perfect working order.
$15
Item Number mml2995
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Starrett no. 132 6in Machinists Bench Level.
This 2 1/2in level is in excellent conditon and has all original nickel
$20
Item Number mml2982
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Auburn Double-Iron 1 1/4in Nosing Plane.
This plane has been used and has light wear. Both blades are good. The plane could be used once the blades are sharpened. The plane puts a complete 180 degree round-over on 5/4 stock.
$24
Item Number mp3167
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Flat Paring Gouge.
This incannel gouge is 12.5in long overall. It's especially clean and has a beautiful handle. The blade is free of pitting. Buck incannel gouges aren't common which I can attest to as I spent years trying to put together a set of these. This is an outstanding example in excellent user condition
$30
Item Number c3069
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Medium Paring Gouge.
This incannel gouge is 12.5in long overall. It's especially clean and has a beautiful handle. The blade is free of pitting. Buck incannel gouges aren't common which I can attest to as I spent years trying to put together a set of these. This is an outstanding example in excellent user condition
$30
Item Number c3070
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Excellent Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Paring.
This is an excellent example measuring 12.5in long overall. It has a near perfect blade and n excellent handle. There is no pitting anywhere. The blade is extremely thin and flexible, ideal for fine paring work. It's an outstanding American edge tool made by one of the best
$30
Item Number c3073
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Massive English Flat Paring Gouge.
This gouge is over 15in long. It was made by Robert Sorby in Sheffield. It has a very flat profile and an excellent octagonal handle. The blade is well cared-for without any pitting on the back and a good bevel. It's an outstanding incannel paring chisel the style no modern maker produces today at any price
$35
Item Number c3077
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Brown and sharpe 4 1/2in Machinists Square.
This square is a model no 166 as marked on the blade. It has some discoloration and pitting but is dead on straight and square. It was made in Providence, RI by B&S.
$28
Item Number mml2972
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Outstanding 10in British Mitre Square.
This square was made by Colquhoun & Cadman of Sheffield. It's in excellent condition with much of the original bluing on the blade. The stock was stamped 6 times by an F.BROOK who was very proud of this tool. I believe the stock is ebony- it's jet black and has no visible color difference I can see. It's an excellent example of this beautiful tool
$40
Item Number mml2976
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Exceptional Starrett 24in Lock-Joint Inside Calipers.
This is the largest size caliper made by Starrett. They are 24in long and in near-perfect condition. The joint locks via the big knurled wheel at the hinge. A smaller wheel is used to make fine adjustments. They are exceptionally clean and crisp and have no flaws I can see. Calipers this size retail for $300+ if bought new from Starrett today. These are offered at a slight discount off life. An amazing tool in top condition
$75
Item Number mml2978
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Pair of Starrett Stair Gauges.
Stair gauges clamp to a framing or rafter square to allow for laying out stair stringers, hip, valley, and other rafter cuts. These cost $42 if bought new from Starrett today.
$20
Item Number m2244
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Exceptional 5/8in Albany, NY Side Bead Molding Plane.
This bead was made the partnership of Randall & Cook in Albany between 1835-40. It's a well made plane with double boxing made from the densest beech I've seen. It has a near perfect blade and is in excellent condition all around. An ideal plane to use and a useful medium size.
$26
Item Number mp3160
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Auburn 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane is essentially unused. Both blade are original length. The heel has no damage. It's still dead straight and the depth stop works well. It has no flaws that I can see.. it was just never used. It just needs to be sharpened and it'll be a great worker, ideal for larger case, cabinet, and chest work.
$40
Item Number mp3163
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Ohio Tool Co. Double-Iron 1 1/4in Nosing Plane.
This plane has been used and has light wear. Both blades are good. The plane could be used once the blades are sharpened. The plane puts a complete 180 degree round-over on 5/4 stock.
$20
Item Number mp3164
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5/8in Side Bead by L. KENNEDY, Utica.
This plane was made by the famous Leonard Kennedy while he was working in Utica, NY between 1825-32. It's clean with a few dings along the fence.. It's hasn't seen much use at all. The iron is full length and the boxing dead on straight. It's a good, usable plane made by a famous and well-documented maker.
$25
Item Number mp3165
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Excellent Mahogany & Rosewood Marking Gauge.
This gauge is clean and works perfectly. The beam is mahogany, graduated in inches, and has a brass wear plate beneath the marking pin. The head is rosewood with two vertical brass strips. The locking thumbscrew is boxwood. It works perfectly and looks fantastic. It has a light mark on the head I cannot make out.
$28
Item Number mml2963
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Disston & Morss Mortise Gauge.
This gauge has a mahogany beam and rosewood head. It has a crisp Disston mark. The marking points are short, but usable. It was made in Philadelphia by Disston & Morss.
$18
Item Number mml2964
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Rosewood Mortise Gauge by D.M. Lyon, Newark, NJ.
This is an early mortise gauge dating to around 1853-54 according to the EAIA DAT. It's been used quite a bit and the pins are on the short side. It still works well, locking tight and adjusting easily enough via the thumbscrew at the end of the beam
$20
Item Number mml2965
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Rosewood Mortise Gauge by S.S. Norton, Colchester, CT.
This is an early American mortise gauge made by SS Nortin in Colchester, CT. It's been used quite a bit and the pins are on the short side. It still works well, locking tight and adjusting easily enough via the thumbscrew at the end of the beam
$20
Item Number mml2967
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12in British Try Square.
This square has a lovely rosewood stock. The blade is dead on square as checked against my Starrett master square. It's not the cleanest blade but it's straight and square- a perfect user
$20
Item Number mml2969
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Crisp Sandusky 7/8in Dado Molding PLane.
This is a simple dado with a screw-lock depth stop. It hasn't been used much and has two good, clean long blades. It's an ideal user for thicker case and cabinet work.
$30
Item Number mp3156
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WH Lamb, New Bedford, MA 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a clean, excellent little side bead in one of the most asked-for sizes today. It has a decent blade that cuts quite well as you can see in the photos. It's not perfect but it's sharp enough to cut some test beads. It's a high quality plane with a fully boxed sole. The boxing isn't perfect, but it's straight enough to use. The blade is very clean and free of pitting. It's a good candidate to put to work in a very useful small size. It's seen some use and remains usable today.
$35
Item Number mp3157
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Excellent T. Tileston 5/8in Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane were made in Boston by Timothy Tileston, a well-known, top quality planemaker working from around 1802-1860. This plane's mark dates to 1840 or before based on the information in AWP-IV. It's a top quality plane with double boxing as shown in the photos . It's super clean and has an exceptional blade. It'll be perfectly usable once sharpened which won't take long at all.
$25
Item Number mp3158
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Excellent T. Tileston 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane were made in Boston by Timothy Tileston, a well-known, top quality planemaker working from around 1802-1860. This plane's mark dates to 1840 or before based on the information in AWP-IV. It's a high quality molding plane- super clean and has an exceptional blade. It'll be perfectly usable once sharpened which won't take long at all.
$25
Item Number mp3159
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Excellent British Wing Dividers.
This is a classic British wing divider with stout legs and a nicely shaped hinge. They work perfectly, locking tight and adjusting easily. They are unmarked and in excellent working order. Ideal for layout or design work at the bench.
$45
Item Number mml2959
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Adjustable Washer Cutter.
This washer cutter can cut circles and washers up to 6in in diameter. The cutters are long and in good shape. The square shank has minimal wear. A good, usable example.
$15
Item Number d1286
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Stanley Boxwood Marking Gauge.
This rule is unmarked by clearly Stanley. It's in very good working order with little wear and no damage. It has a long, thick marking pin that could be sharpened to a knife edge to make a cheap slitting gauge. It's clean and useful
$28
Item Number mml2954
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Stanley no. 62 Marking Gauge.
this is the simplest Stanley gauge, just a plain beech head and beam with a single marking pin. It works perfectly. The pin on this model is thick enough to sharpen to a knife edge to make a cheap slitting gauge.
$10
Item Number mml2958
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1/2in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Kingston, ON planemaker J.P. Millener & Co. It's not listed in Elliot's guide to American wooden planes, nor in Goodman's guide to British molding planes. That's because it's Canadian. Hopefully this will prevent you wasting 20 minutes trying to find the maker's mark as I did. The plane does not appear to have been used at all. There are no hammer marks on the heel and the blade is full-length. The boxing is straight which is rare in a center bead. It's perfectly usable once sharpened up.
$35
Item Number mp3152
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Unusual I.Sorby 3/8in Lock Mortise Chisel.
this swan-neck chisel was made by I.Sorby in Sheffield. It's an unusual thin 3/8in size that you don't normally see in a lock mortise chisel. It's 15in long and excellent in every respect. A perfectly usable example
$40
Item Number c3061
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Disston no. 240 metal handsaw.
This saw was intended to cut metal or wood. It's 24in long, dead straight, and quite clean. A very nice example
$20
Item Number s948
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Brown and Sharpe 1932 Catalog.
Excellent condition with no damage
$15
Item Number b760
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Buck Brothers no. 20 1/4in Bent Deep Gouge.
This is a very deep gouge 9in long overall. It's in excellent condition with no pitting on the inside. A top quality american edge tool, It'll make a perfect worker with a minimum of effort sharpening.
$26
Item Number c3052
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Morrill Patent Saw Set.
This is a good working example with the Dec 20, 1887 and Dec 2, 1890 patent dates.
$15
Item Number m2239
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Stanley no. 2 Trammel Set.
This is a good, usable trammel set that's seen some use. It's aged to a nice patina and still has long points. The points are marked with the Stanley logo. These work just like dividers, but on a larger scale
$30
Item Number mml2941
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Stanley no. 1221 12in Combination square.
This square was part of Stanley's "Defiance" line of tools and thus did not have a scribe or level. It still works perfectly and is dead on square when checked against my Starrett master square.
$25
Item Number mml2947
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Starrett 4in Hermaphrodite Caliper .
This caliper is in very good working order
$10
Item Number mml2953
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Buck Brothers 1in Socket Bench Chisel.
This chisel is clean and completely free of pitting. It's 8.5in long overall. It's in top condition and of the highest quality.
$25
Item Number c2948
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Big DR Barton Skew Carving Chisel.
This 1 1/4in wide skew carving chisel was made b Barton in Rochester, NY. It's sharp and clean and will work well
$25
Item Number c2988
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1/2in Extra-Deep Paring Gouge.
This gouge is extremely thin, made for the finest paring and coping work. The blade is sharp and free of pitting. It's 14+in long with an excellent handle and no damage. This sort of thin incannell gouge isn't made by any modern maker at any price. It has a partial mark that I'm about 90% sure is Buck and Hickman, the well-known London tool mongers.
$35
Item Number c3043
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Isaac Greaves 1/2in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This Sheffield-made mortise chisel is 15+in long. The blade has a lot of life left and is in decent shape. There is a small hollow in back of the bevel you can see in the photos. It's not too bad and won't take much work to work it out once you get back to that point. A good user in a desirable size.
$28
Item Number c3048
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Massive 5/8in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This is a high quality Sheffield-Made Mortise chisel measuring more than 15in long overall It has a tough brass-hooped handle. There is no pitting on the back of the thick, laminated blade. It was made in Sheffield- I believe the mark is A Hildick but I'm not 100% sure.
$30
Item Number c3049
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Early Millers Falls Mfg Co no. 12 Bit Brace.
This is an early Goodell Patent brace made between 1871-1878. It's in very good working order with a functional brace and nice rosewood pad and handle. There is one small chip under the pad, the only flaw I can see. an interesting, early brace in nice shape for its age
$40
Item Number d1276
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Massive, Well-Made 18in Outside Caliper.
This is a beautiful machinist-made caliper in excellent working condition. it has two different owner's marks, but no maker's mark.
$25
Item Number mml2928
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane by Marble & Vinall, Cleveland, OH.
This plane was made by the partnership of Francis Marble and John Vinall in Cleveland Ohio. The partners worked from 1850-1851 according to AWP-IV. It's a rare mark rating (****) for rarity. The plane is exceptionally clean and well-made. It's double-boxed and has little wear. There is one small chip out of the heel of the boxing. The blade is excellent. It's a usable plane made by a rare maker.
$28
Item Number mp3123
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Awesome Quirk Ovolo and Astragal Molding Plane by Stokoe.
This plane is around 200 years old- George Stokoe was a planemaker in London from approx. 1811-1833. It's in amazing conditon and perfectly usable. The plane cuts an especially curvy quirk ovolo and astragal 1 1/2in wide by 7/8in deep. The blade is lapped clean on the back and the bevel is recently honed. It's been used a bit and the working area near the astragal that takes the most use needs to be touched up a bit to make up for wear. The plane is otherwise excellent and remarkable considering its ago.
$55
Item Number mp3124
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James Swan 1/8in Socket Gouge.
This strange socket gouge has a thick blade and outcannel bevel. It's a 1/8in gouge but doesn't look like a carving tool. It must be specialized for some job I can't imagine. I've seen a couple of these, all made by Swan. It is 12in long overall.
$26
Item Number c3039
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7in Mahogany Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has a maker's mark on the blade I can't read but it's definitely British. It's in excellent conditon and works perectly.
$20
Item Number mml2921
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Stanley no. 21 Combination square.
This square has its original vial and scribe. The rule is quite clean. It's not terribly old I don't think, but it's straight and square and works well
$20
Item Number mml2924
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Marples 1/2in Boxwood-Handled Sash Mortise Chisel.
This is a beautiful chisel, 15in long overall with a nicely patinated handle and especially clean blade. The blade has no pitting. The handle has minimal wear and has aged to a deep golden color. Made in Sheffield, is a top quality edge tool.
$35
Item Number c3027
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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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number b607
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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.
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Item Number c2864
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Marples 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This is a clean, usable carving gouge made by Marples in Sheffield. It has a clean blade completely free of pitting. It's 10.5 in long overall. a fine user
$22
Item Number c3024
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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
Left-Over and Reduced to: $22
Item Number m2074
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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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $29
Item Number m2114
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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.
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Item Number mml2741
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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
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Item Number mml2790
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Scarce & Excellent Kraeuter & Co., Newark, NJ Leg Calipers.
These 4in leg calipers were made in Newark, NJ by Kraueter & Co which operated from 1879-1931. They are in excellent working order and have a very small, but perfectly clear mark. I've seen other marked leg calipers made by another Newark, NJ maker Lowentraut, but never one by Kraeuter before.
$45
Item Number mml2901
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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.
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Item Number mp2726
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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.
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Item Number mp2853
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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.
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Item Number mp2868
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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.
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Item Number mp2879
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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.
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Item Number mp2958
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Nice Varvill 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is an earlier Varvill than most I see. It has seen light use and has a lovely patina to it. The blade is sharp and completely free of pitting. The boxing is perfect. It's an outstanding worker if you need to cut mid-sized beads.
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Item Number mp2977
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Big 1in Side Bead By Greenslade.
This plane has seen some use and has the telltale tallow hand prints on the top and side. I love to find use marks like this on tools. It's in very good conditon and perfectly usable if you need to cut big beads for house moldings, etc.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $18
Item Number mp2980
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Atkin & Son 9/16in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham, England by Atkin & Son, a high quality maker working throughout the late 19th century into the early 20th. This is a sash molding plane originally intended to cut the decorative molding on the inside facing parts of a sash window. The flat ovolo profile is quite useful for general woodworking tasks like breaking the edge of a shelf, using along a table top, etc. This is a well-used plane with a short blade but no damage or neglect. It has a cabinet pitch blade and still has a tight mouth. It's an easy-to-use molding plane you will find very useful
$25
Item Number mp3099
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Unusual, Slightly Low-Angle Wooden Coffin Smoohter.
This plane was made by B. Sheneman in Philadelphia between 1846-1867. The plane is 9 7/8in long and holds a 1 7/8in wide double iron. The iron is bedded at 40 degrees, which is noticeably less than the usual 47.5 degrees. It's also a slightly taller plane than most at 3in and slightly longer than most coffin smoothers. The plane is in excellent condition all around. What looks like a check in the right cheek is actually a grain defect in the stock. The blade is in great shape- it's a tapered, laminated double iron made by Mottram. It's a good, usable plane and quite unusual.
$45
Item Number wbp823
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SJ Addis no. 1 1/2in Flat Carving Tool.
This was made for SJ Addis by Ward and Payne in Sheffield. It's in good shape with a few light pits on the back.
$20
Item Number c3015
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Tiny SJ Addis 1/8in no. 42 Bent V Carving Tool.
This tiny gouge is in excellent condition. It was made in Sheffield by Ward and Payne for SJ Addis. It's a top quality edge tool in fantastic condition
$30
Item Number c3020
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Excellent, Unmarked 3in Rosewood try Square.
This square has a stunning rosewood handle with a nice sapwood streak on one side. The blade is straight and square. It's unmarked.
$28
Item Number m2215
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Atkin & Son 9/16in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham, England by Atkin & Son, a high quality maker working throughout the late 19th century into the early 20th. This is a sash molding plane originally intended to cut the decorative molding on the inside facing parts of a sash window. The flat ovolo profile is quite useful for general woodworking tasks like breaking the edge of a shelf, using along a table top, etc. This is a well-used plane with a slightly short blade but no damage or neglect. It has a cabinet pitch blade and still has a tight mouth. It's an easy-to-use molding plane you will find very useful
$30
Item Number mp3094
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Scarce Stanley no. 62 Double Spokeshave.
This is a usable example of his rare shave with a few flaws that will keep it out of the collector's realm, but sill a fine worker. It's a design patented by J. Traut on April 18, 1876. It has two clean blades, each with the circular Stanley logo. It has a B casting mark on the bottom indicating it was made in the late 1890s. There is a chip out of the back of the sole on one face, and a small crack in the corner of the other. Don't over-tighten the locking screws and the crack won't be a problem. They don't need to be over-tight, just hand tight. a really interesting, perfectly usable shave
$30
Item Number m2200
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Stanley No.16 8in Try&Mitre Square.
This is a good-looking mitre square with a nice walnut infill. The infill has no chips or cracks. The blade is clean, straight, and square. A nice-looking, usable mitre square.
$30
Item Number mml2852
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Interesting & Unusual *Working* Matched Pair of H. Chapin Small Side Beads.
These planes cut 1/8in and 1/4in beads, both very desirable, useful sizes. The planes match and look to have always been together. They are both in working conditon with sharp blades ready to go out of the box. I've tested both in my shop and was very happy with how they cut and the smooth profiles they left behind. Interestingly, both planes have partial paper labels from the hardware store that sold them. Both planes were made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory near Hartford, CT. They were sold a few dozen miles to the south by the J. E. Bassett & Co Hardware Store located at 236 Chapel Street in New Haven. The Bassett Company dates back as early as 1784, changing ownership several times until John E. Bassett came into the firm in 1885. For several decades the firm operated as Bassett & Jarvis, still on Chapel Street. The 265 Chapel St. address seems to date to the 1860s, based on an advertisement I found in the 1865 Yale Courant publication. Further searching dug up a detailed history of the company and interview with Mr. Bassett. It's a great pair of planes in perfect working order and in two useful small sizes
$120
Item Number mp3058
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1in Side Bead Molding Plane by Hields, Nottingham.
This plane was made by the English maker Hields in Nottingham . William Hields & Co made top notch planes from 1830-1880 or so. It's a big 1in side bead in excellent condition, useful for house moldings and other architectural scale work
$24
Item Number mp3046
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Birmingham, England maker Martin & Shaw who were active in the 1840s. The plane has seen light use but remains in excellent conditon. A good size for larger moldings
$24
Item Number mp3047
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Excellent 5/8in Side Bead by Wilson, Manchester.
This is an extra-clean plane with a sharp iron. The back of the blade has zero pitting. The boxing is perfect. It's a perfectly usable plane in a medium size. An excellent plane all around, iIt was made by Henry Wilson in Manchester, England in the 1830s.
$26
Item Number mp3049
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Greenslade Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This please was made in Bristol, England by the well-known maker Greenslade. It's a high quality plane with an especially curvy profile. This is the classic quirk ogee and bevel profile used for casings and cornices forever in a useful 1 1/2in wide by 3/4in deep size. It's seen some use but is clean and free of damage. The blade is long and clean.A nice, usable example
$50
Item Number mp3041
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Mathieson 3/4in Astragal Molding Plane.
This is a nice clean example made in Glasgow by Mathieson. It's seen a bit of use but remains perfectly usable. The blade is lapped and clean. There are a few owners' marks and light wear on the heel. A useful size in great condition.
$30
Item Number mp3028
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Mathieson 9in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has seen a bit of use but works perfectly. IT was made in Glasgow by Mathieson. The screw-lock might not be as fast as some of the fancier designs, but once this one is set, it stays set.
$24
Item Number mml2821
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Exceptional Reids Patent Lightening Brace.
This is the best example I've seen of this interesting tool. It has a gorgeous cocobolo head with a distinct sapwood streak. The nickel plating is near perfect. It works flawlessly and has its original slotted screwdriver bit. An exceptional example.. it would be hard to find a better one.
$30
Item Number d1256
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7/16in British Mortise Chisel.
This is a classic "Pigsticker" style mortise chisel with a 7/16in wide blade and measuring 10in long overall. It has a faint mark I have no hope of reading. The handle is in great shape and the back of the blade has no pitting. A solid worker.
$30
Item Number c2989
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7/16in British Mortise Chisel.
This is a classic "Pigsticker" style mortise chisel with a 7/16in wide blade and measuring 12in long overall. It has a faint mark I have no hope of reading. The handle is in great shape and the back of the blade has no pitting. A solid worker.
$30
Item Number c2990
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Stanley no. 93 Butt & Mortise Gauge.
This is an nice 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 good usable condition
$25
Item Number mml2815
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Flat Grecian Ogee Molding Plane by Kennedy & White, NY.
This plane was made by the partnership of Samuel Kennedy and Dyer White in New York City between 1822-1840. The plane cuts a 3/4in wide by 1/4in deep flat Grecian ogee. It's in especially nice conditon with a near perfect blade and minimal wear. It's a nice attractive small profile that should prove quite useful
$40
Item Number mp3015
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Massive American Crown Molding Plane.
This crown molder was made by the Nashua, NH maker Cyrus Warren between roughly 1830-1860. It cuts a huge 4in wide ogee and bevel profile. The plane blade was made by Providence Tool Co. The blade is in good shape considering its age. The plane itself has some checks in the body that are tight. The sole profile is still dead straight. It has a nice open tote and an original fence attached to the left side. It's about as big as you'll find.. an interesting example and conversation piece for a collection or a candidate to restore and use.
$165
Item Number wbp798
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Chapin-Stephens 1914 Catalog Reprint.
This is a the 86 page Ken Roberts publication of the Chapin Stephens catalog. C-S succeeded H. Chapin in 1901 and continued making a full line of wooden planes, rules, etc. This catalog contains Ken Roberts' full commentary on the company's history. Roberts literally wrote the book on Chapin, one of the most important 19th century tool makers in America. An excellent reference in perfect conditon
$24
Item Number b749
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H. Chapin 1890 Catalog Reprint.
This 86 page catalog is in new condition. It contains Chapin's full line of wooden planes and other tools. Chapin was an important American planemaker and this catalog is an excellent reference.
$15
Item Number b750
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