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New Tools Were Last Added: 2018-11-14

Update 2018-11-14 Hi Folks! I added a few dozen new tools to the list- all high quality, usable tools. I hope you find something you like. Please remember that as we approach the holidays the number of package thefts increase.. I would prefer to ship to a work address or other secure shipping destination if you have one available. Thanks for looking! --Josh


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Greenlee 1/8in Bevel-Edge Socket Paring Chisel.
This chisel was made by Greenlee in Rockford, IL and sold under the Reliance brand. It has a clean back and good handle. It's 12+ inches long. A fine, high-quality, worker in a very useful small size
$26
Item Number c3937
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General Hardware Co. Saw Set.
This is a double-action saw set roughtly the same as the Eclipse 77 but made of all steel. It is a General model 830 made in New York. It's in decent, usable condition
$15
Item Number m2865
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Excellent North Borthers no. 35 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an excellent example in perfect working order with all original paint and nickel. It's an earlier example with six patent dates, the latest being 1915. It comes with three bits. This model does not have the return spring. It can function as a normal screwdriver, a ratchet screwdriver, or a spiral screwdriver for quickly driving screws. An excellent example in top condition
$28
Item Number m2868
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North Brothers no. 15 "Radio" Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is a small 4in long screwdriver for delicate work such as assembling project radios back in the day. It can be used as a normal screwdriver or as a ratchet driver in either direction. It has a knurled ring around the shaft that lets you operate it with two fingers with the other hand used to hold a screw. It's a fine tool for delicate jobs. It is in excellent working order.
$24
Item Number m2869
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North Brothers no. 15 "Radio" Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is a tiny 1 1/2in long screwdriver for delicate work such as assembling project radios back in the day. It can be used as a normal screwdriver or as a ratchet driver in either direction. It has a knurled ring around the shaft that lets you operate it with two fingers with the other hand used to hold a screw. It's a fine tool for delicate jobs. It is in perfect working order and has most original nickel and paint..
$24
Item Number m2870
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Lufkin no. 771 Two Foot, Four-Fold Brass-Bound Folding Rule.
This is a high-end boxwood rule made by Ludkin in Saginaw, MI. It's a model 771 that's marked with the corresponding Stanley model no. (84) as well. It's super clean on both the inside and outside faces and has all three alignment pins. It has a good tight hinge and sits flat when unfolded. It's marked "damaged" from the factory. The only flaw I can see is a very small check near the 5" mark on the outside face. It doesn't extend through to the back.. it's probably enough to have it sold as a factory-second, but not bad enough to make it unsalable. As far as vintage rules go, it's still better than 95%+ of the vintage examples I find, "damage" and all.An outstanding example.
$40
Item Number mml3711
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Stanley no. 97 SW Era Double-Ended Marking Gauge.
This gauge was made during the 1920s SW era. It's in excellent condition with almost all original nickel. One end of the beam has a marking point with plenty of length left. The other has a pizza wheel cutter. It's a useful gauge in great shape made during Stanley's heyday.
$30
Item Number mml3712
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Goodell-Pratt no. 821 Micrometer Mint IOB.
This 0-1in micrometer is in new condition in its original box with the original adjusting wrench. The wooden box has an elaborate paper label that looks great. The micrometer works perfectly. It was made in Greenfield, MA prior to 1939
$30
Item Number mml3713
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Scarce & Excellent Double-Iron 3/4in Nosing Plane.
This plane puts a full 180 degree round-over on 3/4in stock. It uses two blades to cut the profile for better results. The plane was made by Ohio and is a model no. 16. It's one of the few examples of a nosing plane I've seen in this very useful size. A perfectly usable example in excellent condition
$30
Item Number mp3694
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Beautiful Grecian Ogee Molding Plane.
This is an exceptionally well-made molding plane by David Cation, a New York City planemaker working from 1835-44. It cuts a flar Grecian ogee and bevel 1 1/4in wide by 3/4in deep. It's in excellent condition with only light wear. The boxing is dead straight. The blade is extremely long and perfectly clean. An outstanding profile in perfectly usable condition
$50
Item Number mp3697
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Outstanding Reverse Ogee and Fillet Molding Plane.
This is a fantastic molding plane that cuts a 1 1/2in wide by 1in deep curvy reverse ogee and fillet profile. The plane has seen little use and is amazingly crisp and clean. The corners and edges are sharp and crisp. The blade near-perfect. It has seen zero use from what I can tell. It's marked on both tool and heel "From Carters Tool Store" which, according to AWP-IV was used in the 1860s by Edward Carter and his planemaking relatives. This mark is rated (****) for rarity for what it's worth. It's an exceptional plane in amazing condition.
$65
Item Number mp3698
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Matched Pair of 3/4in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made by the partnership of Randall & Cook in Albany, NY between 1835-40. The planes are marked on the heels with an owner's mark of J.W. Andrews, Albany and a cool federal eagle along with the date 1840. The planes are very well made with steel-clad soles for wear resistance. They were certainly used a bit but cared for and remain in excellent working order. Both plane blades are clean and sharp. These planes cut a T&&G joint centered on 3/4in stock, a very useful, and desirable, size. A great working pair
$55
Item Number mp3699
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Excellent 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by J.F. Ransom in Watertown, NY likely in the 1840s-50s. It's a very well-made plane and exceptionally well-preserved. The plane is amazingly crisp and clean with nice sharp corners and the original layout lines still visible in places. Both blades are long and clean. It has as simple screw-lock wooden depth stop that works perfectly. An ideal user in a useful size for larger case, cabinet, and chest work.
$40
Item Number mp3701
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Beautiful Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This is an excellent plow plane made by John or Edward Reed in Utica, NY sometime in the mid-late 19th century. The plane is in excellent condition overall. It has a beech body and arms and boxwood washers, nuts, and fence. It works perfectly- the screw-threads are in excellent condition with only some minor chipping away from the fence. The washers and nuts move easily and lock securely. The depth stop is tight when set and easy to adjust. It has a great look to it and is fun to use. It comes with a set of six blades, all of which were tested with this plane and proved to fit well. An excellent user plow plane.
$90
Item Number wbp1001
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Exceptional Stanley Hand Drill.
This is a "100 Plus" no. 611 medium-duty hand drill. It's roughly equivalent to the Millers Falls no. 2 in size and build. It's in excellent condition and runs perfectly. I really like this model for its enclosed gears- it makes it a great drill for kids to use since it won't snag long hair and little fingers.
$30
Item Number d1665
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Outstanding 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by B.F> Berry, a Watertown, NY planemaker working roughly from 1830-50. It's a beautifully made plane, much better than most American molding planes of this type I find. It's in excellent condition with no damage, dead straight boxing, and a factory-fresh blade. I doubt the blade was ever honed. It's as nice as they come, and a very desirable working size.
$45
Item Number mp3689
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Excellent 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Syracuse NY planemaker C. Carter who worked in the 1840s on his own and in partnerships. This plane is in excellent condition with no damage, a sharp blade, and dead straight boxing. It's a useful medium size for larger moldings, casings, and the like
$24
Item Number mp3692
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Unusual, Large Morrill Patent Saw Set.
This is an early, excellent example with three patent dates. It's a big boy ,likely used for crosscut saws. It has no damage or apologies.. A good-looking, usable example.
$15
Item Number m2860
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Boxwood Hollow Tool Handle.
This is a gorgeous boxwood tool handle with a brass chuck. It has nine original bits including a birdcage awl, tack puller, screwdrivers, bradawls, etc. There is a tight check in the cap that doesn't go all the way round. The brass chuck can hold other tools with square chucks. It's a lovely example in working condition
$28
Item Number m2862
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Starrett 6in Square-Leg Inside Calipers.
This caliper is an early example with the June 2, 1883 patent on one leg. It's exceptionally clean and works perfectly. A top quality machinist tool made by Starrett in Athol, MA
$22
Item Number mml3708
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Goodell Pratt 12in Bench Level.
This small plumb and level is in excellent condition. Both vials are intact. I believe it's made of cherry. It was made in Greenfield, MA by G-P prior to the 1939 Millers Falls acquisition.
$25
Item Number mml3710
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Early Stanley no. 130 Double-Ended Block Plane.
This plane has a blade that can be mounted in two directions to make it work as either a standard block plane or a bullnose plane. This is a very early example with the arched logo shown in the photos. It's pretty clean and has at least 90% japanning. The blade is clean and crisp. An early, usable example
$28
Item Number op840
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Stanley no. 118 All-Steel Low-Angle Block Plane.
The 118 doesn't get a lot of love, but it's a perfectly usable low-angle block plane that's virtually indestructible. It can be used outside without worrying about dropping it. I'd use it in situations where you don't want to risk your more valuable Lie-Nielsen block plane.This is a clean example with a perfect blade.
$28
Item Number op842
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Very Early & Interesting Wooden Plow Plane.
This is a very early plow plane made of beech with thumbscrew locks for the arms and depth stop. The thumbscrews are clearly hand-forged. The body is unmarked. It's likely not a professionally made plane, but still quite interesting.
$35
Item Number wbp999
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Interesting Saw Wrest.
This is a standard saw wrest with the interesting addition of an adjustable gauge. It is marked for John Shaw & Sons and has the "Governor" mark as well as "foreign" meaning it was imported for sale in England. It's clean and works well.
$20
Item Number m2855
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Exceptional Early Saw Set.
this saw set was made by R. Timmins & Sons of Birmingham. It's exceptionally clean and looks hand-made, though it's highly refined and has nice decorative file work. The original fence is present. It's a beautiful tool in working order.
$25
Item Number m2856
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Interesting Mitre Clamp.
This clamp is unmarked but closely resembles some examples I've seen made by E. Preston. It is marked "patent" twice with no patent information. The adjustable rollers are moved with a geared thumbscrew at the end of the device. It works perfectly and is pretty neat and fun to use.
$25
Item Number m2858
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Scarce Upson Nut Co. Mahogany Level.
This 15in plumb and level has two intact vials. It's made from deep red mahogany with some good heft to it. It was made bu Upson in Unionville, CT. It is reported in the EAIA DAT that Stanley acquired Upson in 1893 so this level probably predates the acquisition. It's a good-looking, usable level
$25
Item Number mml3704
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Usable Wooden Fore/Jointer Plane.
This 22in jointer/fore plane isn't the prettiest, but it'll work. The sole was recently jointed. The closed tote is decent with a tight check in the horn. The blade is 2 1/8in wide and in very good condition. It's not the prettiest, but it'll work.
$30
Item Number wbp997
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Stanley no. 25 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge is in excellent condition with nice rosewood and most of the original bluing on the blade. It was made by Stanley in Canada, not the US which is interesting. Perfectly usable and in great shape.
$26
Item Number mml3703
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Pre-WWII Stanley no. 6C Jointer/Fore Plane.
This is a good pre-war plane that's seen some use but remains in very good working order. The sides have some dings and scratches and the cap is missing some original nickel. The blade has a good bit of life left but does have some minor pitting as you can see in the photos. Interestingly, this example has Stanley's aluminium tote instead of rosewood- the story goes these were offered to technical schools where the students might not be so careful with their tools. The tote feels pretty good in the hand and is definitely indestructible. I probably wouldn't want to hold it on a cold winter morning in the shop, but it does the job. A solid worker jointer or fore plane.
$45
Item Number p1199
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Buck Brothers no. 19 Deep Bent Gouge.
This 5/16in wide gouge has a heavy sweep you won't find often in a bent gouge. It's in very good condition overall. There is some discoloration on the inside face. The original apple handle is in excellent condition. A fine worker made by one of the top American edge tool makers of the 19th century.
$26
Item Number c3929
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Stanley no. 36 12in Machinists Level.
This is a very nice, clean example with 99%+ original nickel. all three vials are intact. It's a high-quality machinists level in top condition.
$30
Item Number mml3700
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Unusual, Early Wooden Jack/Round Plane.
This plane is 14in long. It has a radiused sole and a matching radiused iron. The plane is clearly stamped by G.H. Buzzell, a mark that is listed in AWP-IV and given an "UR" (unrated) grade for rarity due to a lack of examples and information. AWP-IV estimates it was made 1830-40 which I agree with based on the design. It has a 1 5/8in wide tapered single iron made by W. Butcher. The blade has very light pitting in a few small areas. The plane bed and wedge have no provision for a cap iron- this was always a single iron plane. It could be used as a roughing or scrub plane as-is or you could flatten the sole and use it as a rough jack. An early, interesting plane
$30
Item Number wbp996
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PS&W 1/4in Tang Carving Gouge.
This gouge is 10in long overall. The blade is unmarked but the design and handle shape is unmistakably Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox. Their socket edge tools are common, the tang tools less so but they do exist. The blade is perfect, as is the handle. There is zero pitting or discoloration. It's a no. 6 sweep on the London pattern. An outstanding edge tool
$26
Item Number c3919
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Short 1/4in V Carving tool.
This tool is only 7in long. It has a nice walnut handle. The blade is in good shape though completely unmarked. It's a good usable size in excellent condition
$25
Item Number c3921
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English Tang Carvin gGouge.
This gouge is 1in wide and 12.5in long. It has a clean blade with no pitting. The handle has most of the original decal indicating it was made by Clarkson in Sheffield. It's a no. 6 sweep on the London pattern chart.
$24
Item Number c3922
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TH Witherby 1/2in Socket Gouge.
This gouge was made by the Winsted Edge Tool Works of Winsted, CT. It's 12.5in long overall. The blade is especially clean. There is no pitting, just light discoloration. The handle is perfect- an ideal worker in a useful size
$26
Item Number c3923
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Unmarked 1/8in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This is a British incannel gouge used for paring or coping. It's 9.5in long with a boxwood handle. The blade is thin and flexible and free of pitting. The handle has no damage. It's marked "cast steel" with no maker's mark.
$25
Item Number c3924
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JB Addis 1/4in Super-Flat Gouge.
This is a no. 3 sweep gouge made by Addis in London. It's 9 1/2in long and in excellent condition. It looks like a chisel but it's got a very faint sweep to it. An excellent example made by a top quality maker.
$24
Item Number c3925
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H. Taylor no. 13 3/16in Carving Gouge.
This is a very shallow sweep carving gouge made in England by Taylor. The bevel is skew-ground which looks intentional to me. It's very clean and and perfectly free of pitting.
$22
Item Number c3927
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Buck brothers no. 12 Bent Carving Chisel.
This is a flat carving chisel with a bent shank. It's in excellent condition with no evidence of use. It's a specialized tool that someone will have a job perfectly suited to it.
$20
Item Number c3928
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American Walnut torpedo Level.
This is a British style torpedo level made by the Mayes Brothers Tool Mfg. Co of Port Austin, MI. It has intact plumb and level vials. The Top and bottom are both brass-plated. It's made of walnut, not mahogany or ebony like the typical english examples. The Mayes company appears in the EAIA DAT as a level manufacturer but no dates are given. It's in excellent condition with no flaws. A scarce tool in top condition.
$26
Item Number m2843
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Stanley no. 20 8in Rosewood Try Square.
this is a nice clean example with a straight, square blade. The rosewood stock is especially nice.
$24
Item Number mml3699
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Stanley no. 771 Router Plane.
This is a very good, perfectly usable example. It has the often missing throat plate/depth stop device and both the 1/2in and 1/4in blades. This is a "type 8" plane made between 1909-15, before the "V" blade came out. It has some light discoloration and some nickel loss from use, whic makes it a worker, not a collector's item.
$110
Item Number op837
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Stanley no. 71 Router Plane.
This is a very good, perfectly usable example. It has the often missing throat plate/depth stop device and both the 1/2in and 1/4in blades. This is a "type 5" plane made between 1896-1901, before the "V" blade came out. It has some light discoloration and some nickel loss from use, which makes it a worker, not a collector's item.
$110
Item Number op838
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Sargent no. 414 Jack Plane.
This is a Sargent-Made 414 branded for Fulton. It has Sargent's 414 markings on the lever cap and on the bottom of the frog. The plane is long and clean. The adjusters all work well. The knob and tote have no damage. A fine working jack plane
$40
Item Number p1146
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Millers Falls Adjustable Hollow Auger.
This auger is unmarked but is clearly a Millers Falls design. It's especially clean and adjusts easily. The blade is in good shape. It is missing its original depth stop which is not critical to its operation. It's a solid worker, not a collector's piece.
$30
Item Number d1662
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Decent Joiners Mallet.
This medium sized mallet would be good for bench use with chisels and the like. It has a nice patina and a lot of wear including a few chips. Usable but it won't win a beauty contest.
$15
Item Number m2829
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Scarce EC Stearns Adjustable Spokeshave.
This is the Stearns version of the Stanley 53 adjustable shave. The adjustable mouth makes it easy to quickly change the depth of cut as needed. This one is unmarked, as expected, but the decorated frame is unmistakably Stearns. It has a perfect blade and almost all original japanning. It's a very good-looking tool that will make a great worker.
$30
Item Number m2839
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Marking Gauge.
This Gauge was made by the General Mfg Co. in New York. It has a pizza wheel type cutter and is in excellent condition overall
$20
Item Number mml3684
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Stanley no 1 Inlaid Trey Square.
This square has an 8in blade and is very good condition oiverall. The blade and sides have an even, honest patina and discoloration but no rust or pitting. It is an earlier example, a "type 2" by the Stanley guide. It has an excellent walnut infill without any damage. The blade is clearly marked and perfectly clean. It's a very good-looking, perfectly usable example.
$30
Item Number mml3691
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Scarce Disston no. 1 Try Square.
This square was made by H. Disston & Sons in Philadelphia, likely in the first two decades of the 20th century. Disston made a full line of tools, not just saws, right up until the early 1920s. This example is exceptionally clean and clearly marked. It has a nice mahogany stock and a clean blade. It's straight and square.
$30
Item Number mml3693
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9in British Rosewood Try Square.
This square was made by the London tool dealer Meluhish. It has a nice rosewood stock and a square, straight blade. A nice worker with some really nice rosewood.
$22
Item Number mml3694
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Stanley no. 131A Yankee Screwdriver.
This Yankee screwdriver is in excellent working order. This is the model with the return spring so use caution when opening it. It comes with three bits and the scarce countersink bit which is very useful. A great example of this tool.
$28
Item Number m2826
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St. James Double Marking Gauge.
This is a St. james Tool Co. reproduction of a Stanley no. 91 with a cast brass head. It's in good working order
$28
Item Number mml3676
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General Butt Marking Gauge.
This gauge is in mint condition in its original box. It was made in New York by General Mfg. Co. It can be used as a mortise or marking gauge as shown in the instructions.
$15
Item Number mml3678
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Massive 2in Framing Chisel.
This is a huge hand-forged framing chisel marked "J.WILLIAMS CINCINNATI WARRANTED CAST STEEL". There are a couple of J. Williams in Cincinnati listed in the EAIA DAT All working in the 1830-40 timeframe which certainly seems to match the look of this chisel. It's massive and cleanly hand-forged with a stout socket meant for heavy work. The back is in decent condition-there's a chip in an edge away from the bevel and only light scattered pitting. It's 14in long and close to three pounds. An interesting, usable, early chisel,
$40
Item Number c3907
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Socket Chisel.
This is a top quality American edge tool made in Milbury, MA. It's a socket firmer chisel with its original handle and a nice clean back. It's 12+in long overall and in excellent user condition.
$28
Item Number c3909
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PS&W 3/4in Socket Gouge.
This is a beautiful incannel socket gouge made by Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. The socket is clearly stamped with the firm's arm-and-hammer logo. The blade is perfect, as is the handle. It's 14in long overall and in impeccable condition. It would be hard to find a better example.
$28
Item Number c3913
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9in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a simple British style bevel with a locking screw to hold the blade fast. It's unmarked, has seen a lot of use, and is perfectly usable.
$18
Item Number mml3674
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3/4in Square Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This molding plane was made by R Carter, Troy, NY. Carter worked as a plane maker for almost thirty years from 1833-62. The plane has been used a lot and the mouth is open wide from wear, but it's still usable. Probably not the best choice for difficult wood with the mouth this big but the blade is clean and the plane is pretty clean overall.
$25
Item Number mp3679
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PS&W 10in Wing Divider.
PS&W made top quality tool in Soutington, CT in the mid-19th century well into the 20th century. This divider works perfectly. It isn't the prettiest- it has an even, honest patina throughout.
$25
Item Number c3891
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Greenlee 1/2in Socket gouge.
This gouge was made by Greenlee in Rockford, IL. It's in excellent condition- the blade nearly perfect. There is no pitting or discoloration and the bevel is quite sharp. Te handle has light wear but no damage. The blade is fairly stout for use with a mallet. It's 12in long overall. An excellent user in top condition
$26
Item Number c3903
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Stanley no. 104 14in SW Era Cherry Plumb & Level.
This level is in fair condition It works well. The plumb vial was replaced at some point. The body has some wear. It's perfectly usable
$10
Item Number mml3673
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Early 3/8in Spoon Gouge.
This gouge has a hand-forged look to it and no maker's mark. The handle is beautiful. The blade is clean and sharp.
$28
Item Number c3884
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Wm. Marples 1/2in Gouge.
This tang gouge was made by Marples in Sheffield. It's clean and perfectly usable. There is no pitting on the blade and the handle has no damage. The profile is a no. 7 sweep. It just needs to be honed and put to use
$24
Item Number c3885
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Excellent Buck Brothers 1 1/4in Paring Gouge.
This is a 14in long incannel paring gouge made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's a top quality tool in excellent user condition. The blade has no pitting on the back at all and a nice clean bevel. The handle is likewise in excellent condition. A fine working gouge of the highest quality
$30
Item Number c3886
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Sandusky 1925 Catalog Reprint.
This 72 page catalog has Sandusky's full line of metal and wood planes, bench fixtures, coopers' tools, and other items. It's one of the latest Sandusky catalogs prior to its ceasing operation ca. 1926. It's an interesting, excellent reference.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number b841
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Buck Brothers 3/8in Spoon Gouge.
this is a 3/8in wide deep spoon gouge made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's in excellent condition with no pitting at all. It's seen a bit of use and has a small ding in the bevel. It's almost 10in long overall and has a perfect handle. An ideal worker
Left-Over and Reduced to: $25
Item Number c3726
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Buck Brothers 1/4in no. 32 Spoon Gouge.
this is a 1/4in wide deep spoon gouge made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's in excellent condition with no pitting at all. It's seen a bit of use and has a small ding in the bevel. It's9in long overall and has a perfect handle. An ideal worker
Left-Over and Reduced to: $26
Item Number c3727
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Marples 1/4in Cuved gouge..
This gouge is clean but needs a bevel grind and hone. It's 9in long overall
Left-Over and Reduced to: $12
Item Number c3730
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Starrett 4in Insiide Calipers.
These calipers are in very good condition and work perfectly. Made in Athol, MA, This is a top quality machinist's tool.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $10
Item Number mml3306
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Starrett 6in Lock-Joint Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This is a top-quality caliper with a micro-adjuster to make subtle adjustments once the joint is locked. This is still sold by Starrett and retails for $172 new.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $24
Item Number mml3506
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Tiny 2 1/2in Inside Calipers by B&S.
These Brown and Sharpe calipers were made in Providence RI. They are super cute and work perfectly. An unusual small size in top condition.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mml3526
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Starrett 5in Inside Calipers.
These calipers work perfectly and are in excellent condition. They are a top quality tool made in Athol, MA.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $18
Item Number mml3527
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Starrett 4in Hermaphrodite Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly. A top quality tool made in Athol, MA
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number mml3535
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Stanley Defiance 12in Combination Square.
This is a good, usable example. It's marked with patent no. 1,984,951 dated Dec 18, 1934. It's missing some paint but has a clean blade. It locks tight and adjusts easily. A solid worker.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mml3557
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Pair of Machinist-Made 5in Inside/Outside Calipers.
These calipers were made by the same craftsman and both are in excellent usable condition.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mml3560
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Stanley 130 Double-Ended Block Plane.
This is a simple, effective double-ended block plane, one end being a standard block plane, the other a bullnose. This example was made in the "type 11' era ca. 1910-1918. It's perfectly usable, though not exactly for fine work. this example was marked "damaged" from the Stanley factory. The only flaw I can see is the tiny casting pitting you can see on the sole near the bullnose end. You can include it in your outdoor working kit without worrying about it.
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Item Number op764
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Interesting User-Made Infill Shoulder Plane.
This plane is 9 1/2in long and 1in wide. It's made with a steel body and filled with rosewood. It has a blade adjuster as well as a second knob that holds the blade in place. It has a cap iron which serves no purpose that I can see but it does have a notch for the blade locking mechanism to engage. It's an interesting plane.. usable but not terribly well-made. It's a good first try!
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Item Number op767
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Interesting, Early Socket Gouge.
This gouge was made by Horton & Arnold, am edge tool manufacturer working in New York from 1853-1865 according to the EAIA DAT. The gouge is 1 1/2in wide, incannell, and a massive 17in long. The socket is slightly cranked like a slick's would be, which elevates the handle, and the user's hand, above the work. It has the look of a hand-forged edge tool to me- definitely mass-produced. The back is amazingly clean and free of pitting. The handle may not be original but fits well and has little wear at the receiving end. It's an interesting, early American edge tool that looks completely usable to me.
$40
Item Number c3880
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Bemis & Call 6in Wing Dividers.
these dividers are in good working order. Mechanically they work perfectly. They need their points sharpened and have an overall dark patina. A good user set in a useful size
$24
Item Number mml3668
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Sargent no. 5206 All-Steel Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a well-made low-angle block plane with a steel body that can withstand tough use. It's not the most desirable model out there, but it'll work fine in an outdoor working kit where you won't want to bring your Lie-Nielsen or Veritas block plane since you won't have to worry about breaking it.
$25
Item Number op827
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Unusual 10in Bit Brace.
This brace was made by the Lancaster Machine & Knife Works in Lancaster, PA. It utilizes Joseph Zirikelback's Oct 14, 1890 patent ratchet mechanism. It's a made with gorgeous cocobolo. Some original nickel is missing. The ratchet works well and has a unique mechanism to engage it. The brace works well and is a nice example of this scarce design.
$30
Item Number d1650
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Starrett 4in Inside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist's tool.
$24
Item Number mml3665
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Tiny 2in Lufkin Inside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly. They were made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. A top quality machinist's tool.
$24
Item Number mml3666
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Greenslade 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality English plane with a cabinet pitch blade. It has some wear but is still in excellent working order. A useful plane for larger house moldings
$24
Item Number mp3667
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Matched Pair of 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
these planes were made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. They are high quality planes with steel-shod fences for wear resistance. Both planes have clean blades free of any pitting. They are an excellent working pair that has always been together. They are intended to cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock. They will work pretty well for 5/4 as well.
$45
Item Number mp3669
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Sargent no. 5206 All-Steel Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a well-made low-angle block plane with a steel body that can withstand tough use. It's not the most desirable model out there, but it'll work fine in an outdoor working kit where you won't want to bring your Lie-Nielsen or Veritas block plane since you won't have to worry about breaking it.
$25
Item Number op819
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Stanley no. 102 Adjustable Block Plane.
This small pocket block plane was made prior to 1900. It's clean and has a working adjuster. The blade is in nice shape with plenty of life left. It's perfectly usable.
$25
Item Number op822
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Beautiful American Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This plane was made by P. Hayden & Co. of Columbus, OH. According to AWP-IV, Hayden made planes from 1842-51 after which his company was renamed the Ohio Tool Company. The plane has a beech body and boxwood arms, washers, and nuts. The nuts are a unique two-piece design as shown in the photos. The fence has a dovetailed boxwood wear plate where it contacts the work. It's a top quality plane for sure. The plane is usable. It's seen some work and has thread damage near the fence on the top of the arm. There's enough thread left to make the washers hold well and the fence stays put once set. The depth stop works perfectly. It comes with an assortment of five usable blades that have been fitted to this plane. It's a solid worker, and a beautiful plane, but not a collectible
$85
Item Number wbp988
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Superb 7/8in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger is in excellent condition and has seen little use. The tapered square shank is clean and the two blades are free of pitting. There are set screws to hold the blade and adjusting screws to fine-tune the depth of cut. It's completely unmarked which is unusual. An excellent example in perfect working order
$28
Item Number d1638
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JB Addis 5/8in no. 28 Spoon Gouge.
This small spoon gouge was made by the famous JB Addis in London. It's in excellent condition with a super-clean blade and sharp bevel. An ideal carving tool to put to use
$28
Item Number c3865
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DR Barton 3/8in no. 4 Flat Carving Tool.
This gouge was made in Rochester, NY by DR Barton. It's in excellent condition with a perfectly clean blade and a nice walnut handle. A top quality worker in exceptional condition
$26
Item Number c3866
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Herring Bros. 1/8in Curved, Flat Carving Tool..
This is a tiny carving tool made by Herring Bros. in London. It has an outstanding handle wit beautiful grain and color. The blade is decent, not perfect. It's usable and very pretty.
$20
Item Number c3868
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Starrett no. 104 high Speed Incicator.
This indicator is in perfect condition but the box has blown-out corners. This is a top quality machinists tool made in Athol, MA by Starrett
$24
Item Number m2804
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Goodell-Pratt no. 2712 Plumb and Level.
This level is in good shape.. the vials are intact and it only has light wear and one chip. It's a no-frills level but works well. It was made in Greenfield, MA by G-P prior to the 1939 Millers Falls acquisition.
$15
Item Number mml3658
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Exceptional 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Griffiths in Norwich, England. It's in outstanding condition with no flaws. It's as nice as they come- an ideal worker for cutting large beads for house moldings and the like
$25
Item Number mp3660
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Stanley no. 9 1/4 Block Plane.
This is a nice clean Pre-WWII example in very good condition. It has most original japanning and a long, clean blade. The sides and sole have some light patina that could be polished off if you like shiny. All of the adjusters work well. This is essentially the same as the 9 1/2 but lacking the adjustable mouth. A fine worker in good condition.
$28
Item Number op816
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Buck Brothers no. 29 Spoon Gouge.
This 3/8in wide spoon gouge has seen some use but it still in good, usable condition.
$28
Item Number c3858
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James Swan 3/8in Tang Gouge.
This is a no. 7 sweep tang gouge 10.5in long. The handle is a little chewed up but the blade is excellent. it's a top quality edge tool made by Swan in Seymour, CT
$24
Item Number c3850
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Witherby 5/8in Tang Gouge.
This is a gorgeous tang gouge with a sharp bevel and gorgeous handle. The maker's mark is light but clearly. Witherby. An outstanding edge tool made by one of the top American makers
$26
Item Number c3852
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Small Norton Crystolon Combination Honing Stone.
This small stone is 4x1 3/4inches. It's apparently unused in its original box.
$12
Item Number m2803
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Very Early American Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked I.BEAL at the toe. It's listed in AWP-IV as "UR". It clearly looks like a late 18th century plane to me. It looks good but the sole is twisted beyond use. It's an early American collectible tool, not a user
$20
Item Number mp3653
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E.C. Stearns Cabinet Scraper.
This cabinet scraper is essentially the same as a Stanley no. 80. It was made in Syracuse, NY by Stearns. It has a partial decal and a good blade. Most of the original finish remains. It looks like a nice working cabinet scraper to put to use
$40
Item Number op807
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Stanley no. 63 Two Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
this is a super-clean example with nice clean scales. The hinges are tight 2/3 alignment pins remain and it folds tight and unfolds flat. A fine usable rule made by Stanley in New Britain, CT
$30
Item Number mml3634
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Starrett 6in Calipers.
These calipers are clean and work perfectly. They are a top quality machinist tool made in Athol, MA.
$20
Item Number mml3639
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Lufkin no. 199 Test Indicator.
This indicator was made in Saginaw, MI by Lufkin. It's in near-mint condition in its original box. It's an early example marked "patent pending". It still works perfectly.
$24
Item Number mml3643
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5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Casey, Kitchell & Co. in Auburn,NY between 1847-56. It's in good condition, the only flaw being a small chip in the boxing at the heel, the result of an errant mallet blow. The blade is clean and long, the boxing dead straight. A fine worker in a medium size
$24
Item Number mp3650
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Robert Sorby Triangular Scraper Lathe Tool.
this turning tool is 18+in long. Made in Sheffield, it's a top quality tool.
$25
Item Number c3837
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3/4in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger is in excellent condition and has no wear or damage. It also has no maker's mark, unfortunately. It's an outstanding example in a useful size
$28
Item Number d1614
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Lakeside Saw Set.
This saw set was made for Montgomery Ward and sold under the Lakeside name. It has most original nickel and works well.
$20
Item Number m2754
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Morrill Patent Saw Set.
This sawset is marked with patent no. 30572. It's in good working order
$20
Item Number m2755
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Stanley 4in Machinists Level.
This small level was patented May 20. 1896. It's missing a bit of nickel but the vial is intact.
$20
Item Number m2757
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North Brothers no. 135 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver w/ Extras.
This is an earlier model made in Philadelphia, PA probably in the late teens to 1920s. It has four patent dates on the shaft and is also marked "Others pending". It comes with three original bits as well as a countersink and an adapter to hold push drill bits. and works perfectly.
$35
Item Number m2746
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Mint Stanley no. 163 Two Foot, Four-Fold rule.
This is a later Stanley rule in new condition.
$24
Item Number mml3621
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Unmarked Carpenters Hammer.
This is a small carpenter's hammer with an 8oz head and long sweeping claws that extend down past the eye. It's a small hammer for bench work, not framing. It is very lightly used and has no flaws
$25
Item Number m2736
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Interesting Wooden spokeshave.
This shave is 11in long with a 2in wide blade. The body appears to be walnut and has exceptional color. The blade is in excellent condition. It's a simple shave that appears to be made for a specific application.
$26
Item Number m2739
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10in Rosewood Try Square.
this square has a clean, straight, square blade and an rosewood stock with awesome color and grain. The stock has a small check in the top but is otherwise excellent.
$20
Item Number mml3616
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Outstanding 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by G. Davis, a Birmingham, England planemaker who worked throughout the 19th century. The plane is exceptionally clean and crisp and has no flaws. It'll make an outstanding worker if you need to cut big beads for house moldings and the like
$26
Item Number mp3634
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Starrett 3in Inside Calipers.
These round-leg calipers are in excellent working order. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist tool that will also be useful for lathe work.
$22
Item Number mml3602
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Starrett 6in Inside Calipers.
These flat-leg calipers are in excellent working order. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist tool that will also be useful for lathe work.
$22
Item Number mml3603
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Mint, IOB Goodell-Pratt 0-1in Micrometer.
This mic is in new condition. It comes in its original box with a graphic original label. The original wrench is also included. I've never seen one of these in the original box. An outstanding too
$40
Item Number m2721
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Set of Lufkin Telescoping Gauges.
this set model no 79-M contains four telescoping machinist's gauges in their original pouch. They are top quality machinist's tools in perfect working order
$25
Item Number m2722
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Stanley no. 103 Adjustable Block Plane.
This is a small, simple pocket block plane made in the 1890s according to the "S" casting marks. It has a good, clean blade with a lot of life left. The adjusting lever works well. It's been used a bit and it's missing some japanning where the user's hand rested. It's a solid working example of this handy little block plane
$26
Item Number op785
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WoodJoy Small Compass Spokeshave.
This One inch Performance Spokeshave has a compassed brass sole in front of the blade.. This shave is in new condition and appears unused. It retails for $95 new from WoodJoy
$85
Item Number m2718
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BENCHCRAFTED "Classic" Leg Vise Kit.
This kit was purchased from Bencrafted and never installed. It's still in its original box. This was one of the few "unfinished" kits Benchcrafted offered without the Parkerized finish. It retails for $195.
$175
Item Number m2719
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Buck Brothers 3/4in Socket firmer Chisel.
This square-sided chisel is freshly lapped and ground. It just needs to be honed. The handle isn't original but it's very well-done and in perfect condition. A top quality tool made in Milbury, MA. One that won't take much work at all to have up and running.
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Item Number c3619
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13/16in Socket firmer Chisel.
This square-sided chisel is freshly lapped and ground. It just needs to be honed. The handle isn't original but it's very well-done and in perfect condition. It has a light maker's mark in a triangle I can't quite make out. It needs very little work to get it in perfect working order
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Item Number c3620
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Early, Unmarked Saw Set.
This sawset is completely unmarked. It's remarkably well-made with nice decorative touches that prove to me it's hand-made.
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Item Number m2618
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Mint Starrett no. 131 Level Sights.
These level sights are intended to clamp to a Starrett level to turn it into a sighting level. the sights are in mint condition in their original box.
$25
Item Number m2705
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Small Handled Low-Angle Block Plane.
This plane is completely unmarked. It has a rather rough casting but the blade is quite nice. It has no marks whatsoever.
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Item Number op544
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Tang Carving Gouge.
This is is a general-purpose no. 7 sweep gouge in excellent working order. It was made in Milbury, MA bu Buck Brothers, one of the best American edge tool makers of the 19th and early 20th century. The blade is perfectly clean and shiny with no pitting or discoloration. It is 9in long overall. The apple handle is original and in excellent condition. An excellent worker.
$28
Item Number c3781
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Buck Brothers 3/16in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a thin, fine tang paring chisel in excellent working order.It was customized and ground down a bit from 3/16in to just a bit thinned. It was made in Milbury, MA bu Buck Brothers, one of the best American edge tool makers of the 19th and early 20th century. The back of the blade is perfectly clean with no pitting just very light discoloration. It is 8 1/2in long overall. The apple handle is original and in excellent condition. An excellent worker.
$24
Item Number c3785
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North Brothers no. 30A Yankee Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver..
This is a pre-WWII example in excellent condition. It works perfectly. It can be used as a regular screwdriver, ratchet screwdriver, or spiral screwdriver. This example has the rare "finger guard" for lack of a better term, which I imagine prevents the fingers of the non-driving hand from getting caught in the mechanism. It was made in Philadelphia by North Brothers. It comes with three bits. An excellent example
$30
Item Number m2696
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Millers Falls Butt Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This stamped steel gauge isn't the sexiest, but it works.
$10
Item Number mml3582
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Massive 10in Wing Dividers.
These over-built wing dividers weigh more than a pound. They work well and have no maker's mark. It's an unusual size and appears as though it may be hand-forged. If you've got some heavy-duty layout work to do these would be the tool for the job. I've never seen a set like it.
$40
Item Number mml3567
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Mathieson Taurus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It's a high quality plane that's seen a good bit of use. It was cared for and remains in very good condition. It could be put to use again with just some little bit of tuning the blade
$26
Item Number mp3602
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Moseley 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a lightly-used 5/8in bead that remains in very good working order. It has a clean blade and good boxing. It's a solid user made by one of the top British makers
$24
Item Number mp3609
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Unusual, Small Steel-Soled Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by E&J Evans in Rochester, NY. The firm worked from 1841-85 according to AWP-IV. It's unusually small at only 6 1/2in long with a 1/2in wide iron. It's also steel-shod which gives it a good heft and excellent wear resistance. The blade was made by Sandusky- it's incredibly thick at the business end and tapered. It's clean, free of pitting and has plenty of length left. It's an interesting plane that will make a great worker
$45
Item Number wbp971
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Herring Bros 1/4in Spoon gouge.
This gouge has seen a good bit of use bit still has some life to it. It's clean with a nice handle.
$24
Item Number c3767
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