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Archived Tools

These are tools that were sold in the past. I'm preserving the pictures and descriptions for informational purposes.

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Archives arranged by quarter:

Jan, 2012
Oct-Dec, 2011
July-Sept, 2011
April-June, 2011
January-March, 2011
October-December, 2010
May-September, 2010



Tools Sold January, 2012
All Items Below This Point Have Been Sold





James Swan Adjustable 8in Drawknife.
This drawknife it adjustable in two ways. The handles can be opened to any angle from parallel to the blade to storage, to perpendicular for use. The blade can also be adjusted to a more or less acute angle to the work by loosening the end caps on each end of the blade. The swan mark is crisp. One handle has cracks in it and is missing its ferrule. The blade back is clean save one tiny pitting spot. A high-quality drawknife made by this respected Seymour, CT edge tool maker. $20

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1in. Fixed Hollow Auger
Excellent condition overall with a sharp blade and its original depth stop. Unmarked, other that the "1" at the base. I'd bet it's a Stearns. Absolutely usable. $20

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Small 14in. Wooden Jack Plane.
This plane was probably made for a school shop class or vocational school. The plane is razee style with the lower tote. The tote is sized for a small hand, much smaller than mine. It would be a good fit for someone who can comfortably hold a No. 3 bench plane tote with all four fingers- it's about that size. The tote is complete and has a good horn. The plane has a brass plate forward of the throat with the number 30 on it. Perhaps this was the number of the bench it belonged to or to track the tool as it was signed out by a student. The plane body has lots of dings but no signs of outright abuse. It accepts a 2in blade. It currently has a very early Stanley double iron with the circular logo. I'll include a thicker laminated blade, which I consider more appropriate for this plane, if you'd like. It's a good, usable jack plane for a younger user or someone with smaller hands. $40

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Early Forged Calipers
9inches from hinge to tip, these show clear forging and file marks. The hinge is tight from about 0-6in, slightly looser from 6-10in, then tight until they are fully open. $12

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Winchester 1924 Catalog.
This one doesn't look like a reprint. There are 50 pages featuring Winchester's line of planes, chisels, boring tools, axes, etc. A great reference for anyone interested in Winchester. Left-Over and Reduced to: $10

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Long 8in Wing Dividers by Fulton..
Made in Germany, marked "202". These are good, functional wing dividers. Excellent for layout work. $14

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Matched Pair of Ohio Hollows and Rounds..
This is a No. 10 pair which in the Ohio numbering scheme equates to a, arc measuring 1 3/4in wide. The planes are in very good condition overall and show little use. They are a true matched pair, always being together. The blades are in good shape. The hollow is nearly perfect, the round is a bit dirtier with a very small area of light pitting away from the bevel. A good, usable pair for larger work. $40

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Matched Pair of 1/2in Tongue and Groove Planes by Copeland..
This pair of planes is designed to work on 1/2in wide stock but could be used on 5/8 as well. The planes are in good condition overall. They are perfectly usable. The bodies are a bit dark and there are a few dings. The wedges are likely replacements but hold well. The blades are both in excellent shape. A good working pair for smaller stock. $45

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Disston D-7 26in Handsaw. .
The plate is 26in long and 8PPI. The plate has a dark, even patina but the etch is visible underneath. There is no pitting and the plate is straight. The handle is tight and complete. $20

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Disston D-15 Victory 26in handsaw. .
This is one of the last D-15s Disston made for sure. It has steel saw nuts and a laminated handle. The plate has a faint but legible etch. The Victory eagle is present and the etch still says Philadelphia so we know it was made before the company was sold and quality went downhill. The handle is an interesting laminated design. It has a nice bird'seye maple outer layer which gives it some interest. The plate is 26in, 8PPI and it's straight and clean. It will make a fine user. $20

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Disston D-15 Victory Handsaw.
This is an earlier D-15 with the original rosewood handle. The plate is 26in, 6PPI, and straight. It's clean with a faint but clear and complete etch. The handle has beautiful color and is complete without any chips or cracks. $40

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Disston No. 16 London Spring handsaw..
This saw has a 26in 8PPI plate that is clean with no pitting. It's straight and fairly sharp. The nib is missing. The etch is extremely light. The apple handle has a chip out of the right side. It's quite comfortable still and will work well. $25

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Disston No. 7 26in Handsaw. .
This saw dates to 1896-1917 based on the medallion. About half of the original horseshoe label remains. The plate is straight. It measures and is marked 6 1/2PPI crosscut. The etch is clear. The nib is missing. The beech handle has long horns and is nearly perfect. A great coarse crosscut saw. $50

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Extra-Long 18in Jack Rabbet by M. Copeland..
This jack rabbet has a 18in long body and 1 1/2in wide blade. it has a long, sharp blade with a sharp bevel and no pitting at all. The nickers are in good condition. The plane's body is in excellent condition and it's straight and not warped at all. The tote is very nicely sculpted and has no chips or cracks at all. It feels great in the hand. This plane can be used for rabbeting, trimming large tenons, cutting raised panels, and other tasks. The nickers allow it to cut both with and across the grain. An perfect user plane in excellent condition $55

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Early Jackson 20in Small Mitre Saw..
his is a very early Jackson mitre saw with an early style beech handle and three split saw screws. The medallion is a warranted superior eagle design. The plate is 20in long, 3 1/2in deep, clean, shiny, and straight. The handle has nice horns and no cracks. This was probably made by Disston in the 1870s if I had to bet. It will work well in a small mitre box or as a big tenon saw. $40

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12in Rosewood and Brass Try Square.
Marked "Shockproof" on the wood. The blade is 2 1/2in wide, straight and square. It has nice rosewood and an extra-thick brass wear strip. A good-looking, usable square. $20

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Rosewood and Brass Try Square.
7 1/2in blade that's straight and square. The rosewood has nice grain patterns. The stock is marked ""John F." and that's all I can make out. Likey British- a good, usable square $12

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Stanley Rosewood Panel Gauge.
Marked with Traut's patent date on the head. This paned gauge measures 20in overall. It has a rosewood head and beam with a nice dark red/brown color. There is a thick brass shoe as well as brass wear plates along the fence and around the point. It has a good long marking point. It will work well marking width on wide panels. $28

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Millers Falls No. 118 Two Speed Breast Drill..
A great usable breast drill for those big drilling jobs. This one is in excellent condition overall. The gears and chuck work very smoothly. There is only minor paint loss on the frame and chuck. The three jaw chuck can hold bits up to 1/2in diameter. The drill has two gearing options- 1:1 and 3:1. The main gear can be removed from the frame and inserted into either the high or low gear. A spring-loaded clip keeps it in place. The original side handle is present. The breast plate rotates to suit the user's preference. It's a good, usable drill for tough jobs like drilling big holes in steel. $30

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Troy Tool Co. Smooth Plane..
This plane was made by or for the Troy Tool Co. in Troy, NY. It has a Sargent blade in it so there may be some connection between Sargent and Troy. The plane is in very good condition overall. The blade is 2 1/8in wide and in excellent shape. It has over 2 1/2in of life left in it. It's sharp and clean. The plane body has some dings and scratches but no cracks. The mouth is still very tight. It will make a great user. $30

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Bargain 3/8in Dado Plane.
This plane has its faults, but it's still absolutely usable. It was professionally made and had a maker's mark at one point, but it was obliterated by a former owner. The blades are good and sharp. The wedges have been replaced with properly fitting maple wedges. The sole has a chip out of the front and a large chip out of the heel, but the body is straight, not twisted, and the area around the mouth of the plane is fine. There is atombstone style depth stop. Not the prettiest, but it'll work. $25

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2 1/2in Rounding Plane by Moore, NY..
This is a big wide rounding plane with a 2 1/2inch radius of cut. It measures 8in long. The plane was made in New York from 1844-47 according to AWP-IV. The plane is in very good condition overall with a clean body, no chips or cracks, and a good, long blade by Butcher. A scarce special-purpose plane. $35

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Solid Boxwood Smooth Plane. .
Marked only with a P.SHOOPER owner's mark, this plane is made from dense boxwood. The plane and wedge have some beautiful figure that stands out when the plane is in sunlight. The blade is a massive R. Sorby 2 1/4in double iron. It has over 2in of live left and a very clean back. The plane has no chips or cracks, just some mild grime that could be removed if you want. If you don't want to preserve the patina, a coat of paste wax would make that curly figure pop. It's a beautiful plane and will make a great user. $85

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Millers Falls No. 2 Eggbeater Hand Drill..
A good working drill with a dark overall patina to it. The gears turn very smoothly and the chuck works perfectly. No problems, just a good worker. $30

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Stanley No. 131 Double-Ended Block Plane
functional plane with a good, sharp blade and working adjuster. There is a crack in the turnbuckle but the threaded part is intact and the plane will work fine. $10

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Early Stanley No. 18 24in. Cherry Level. .
This level is in good condition with a nice cherry body, brass end tips, and two good level vials. The model number 18 is clearly stamped on the end. According to Walter's guide this model was made only between 1902-09. A good looking, usable level. $20

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Millers Falls No. 4 Bench Rule.
Good condition overall with crisp markings and just a bit of discoloration here and there. $5

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Starrett No. 187 Drill index.
Very good condition with no rust or damage. 1/16 to 1/2in. $12

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Early Stanley No. 6C Fore/Jointer Plane.
This is a type 8/9 made right around the turn of the century from 1899-1907 according to the type study. It's a good, usable plane though it has some peculiarities. The plane was repainted at some point. Not just the bed, but the top of the rails and the outer sides. Odd as this is, it looks really good on this plane. The frog mating area is bare indicating the painter took some time and did a good job. The knob and tote are in good shape. The knob has fantastic grain patterns. The tote doesn't look like rosewood to me- it may be a replacement. The blade still has some good life in it. It's a usable plane and a bargain. $30

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1/2in. Side Bead by J. Denison..
This plane has full hammerhead boxing with just a few tight checks. The body is clean with a few dings and scratches. The blade is clean and quite sharp with no pitting. It will work well for putting larger beads on work or using to create built-up moldings.This plane was made by John Denison in Saybrook, CT between 1840-76. $26

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V-Groove Plane By John Hall.
V-Groove planes are fairly scarce and most I find are either user-made or converted rabbet planes. This one is a professionally made, purpose-built plane. The plane is in very good condition overall. It has a center boxing strip to prevent wear on the V portion of the sole. It has a bold maker's mark including Hall's unique and interesting "Ear Mark" trademark. The plane was made in the Morgan Arcade locaton which, according to Goodman, was active from 1906-74. The blade is sharp- it should be a good user. A rare plane for your kit. $55

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Crisp 3/8in Side Bead by J. Denison..
This plane has an extra clean body and nearly perfect boxing. The blade is clean and sharp with no pitting at all. It's a great plane in a very useful size for cabinet work.This plane was made by John Denison in Saybrook, CT between 1840-76. $35

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1 3/4in Skew Rabbet by J.R. Tolman. .
This rabbet is in better condition than most I find. The body is pretty clean with no chips, cracks, or signs of heavy use. Rabbets are capable of very coarse work and many were abused. This one has a really nice blade- clean and sharp. Tolman worked in South Scituate MA ca 1820-40. An excellent plane to put to use. $30

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1 1/4in Skew Rabbet by Benson and Mockridge..
his plane was made in Albany NY by the planemaking partnership of Abraham Mockridge and David Bensen who worked together for a one a few years from 1830-31 according to AWP-IV. The plane is in good condition with some signs of use, but not abuse. The leading corner of the mouth is still crisp and the mouth aperture still fairly tight. The blade is clean with no pitting and quite sharp. It's an excellent user rabbet plane. $30

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Beautiful 1/2in Square Ovolo by Mathieson.
This plane has seen a little use, but it was cared for and is still in excellent shape. The blade is perfect- shiny with no pitting and ground to match the sole perfectly. The plane cuts a tight little 1/2in square ovolo a very useful profile to have on hand. The blade is bedded at York pitch to help it work hardwoods. The toe has a clear Mathieson mark. An excellent plane to add to your user kit. $45

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Owasco Tool Co. 3/4in Fenced Casing Plane..
This plane is in near-mint condition with a perfect body, and mirror-polished blade that is quite sharp. The plane body has some nice figure to it. The plane cuts a thumbnail profile and is intended for use on 3/4in stock. An easy plane to use- it isn't sprung. Just hold the plane vertically with the fence against the face of the board abd plane until it bottoms out. A handy profile for shelf edges, etc. A good worker in uncommonly good condition. $40

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Intricate Ovolo and Astragal by Stothert, Bath.
George Stothert, born 1755, made planes in various locations and partnerships in Bath from 1784-1818. His sons took over the business and worked until 1857. According to the marks and history of the company in Goodman's book, this plane appears to be made by the father so it could be 200 years old or older. It cuts a simply beautiful, steep quirk ogee and astragal profile 5/8in deep and about 3/4in wide. The plane body is very good with no major damage. There is a shallow gouge in the sole- apurely superficial wound. The boxing is perfect. The blade is bedded at York pitch. The mouth is very tight. There is considerable shallow pitting on the back of the blade. If you want to put this plane to use it could be lapped out, but it will require some work. Overall it's a beautiful, early plane that could be restored and put back to use. $55

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Collection of Five Extra-Long Auger Bits. .
These bits measure about 18in in length overall. All in usable shape with good lead screws and cutters. The sizes included are: 8,9,14,15,17. These are Jennings pattern bits with a double twist and double lead screw. Uncommon long bits. $20

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Crisp 1/4in Reverse Ogee by DR Barton.
Excellent condition overall with a clean body showing no chips or cracks. The blade is perfect- sharp and clean. It shows few signs of use. A very nice small profile that will be very useful. $25

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Mahogany Router Plane. .
his is a classic British style wooden router, also called an OWT or Old Woman's Tooth router. It's crafstman-made from deep, rich mahogany. It accepts plow blades of various widths. As-is it comes with a 1/4in iron. I can substitute or include other size irons if you like. A good tool for cleaning out dado bottoms, etc. and a good-looking plane as well. $30

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Beech Plow Plane by Kellogg, Amherst, MA.
This plane has a beech body, wedge, arms, and skate. There are boxwood thumbscrews that control the arms and the depth stop. The wooden depth stop has a steel sole attached. The fence has a boxwood wear strip dovetailed to it. It's a usable plane showing no problems at all. The fence is tight and is screw to the arms, not rivited to it can be tightened if it comes loose- a nice feature. It comes with one original 1/2in blade but I can work with you to find other blades from my stock. I'm confident I can put together a properly fitting unmatched set. The front and rear steel skates are inline and the same height- one of the important things to look out for with plows. If the body has twisted the skates will not align and plowing small grooves will become impossible. This one will be a great worker. $100

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Adjustable Chamfer Plane. .
Marked J Everest on the heel and toe. It's clearly a professionally made plane considering the fancy brass inlay on the right cheek. The plane has a 1 1/2in parallel iron held in place with a beech wedge. There is an adjustable boxwood depth stop that also acts as a chute for shavings. The iron is in excellent shape with no pitting. It is in very good condition overall and should work very well for cutting quick, accurate chamfers on edges. $50

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5in Inshave by GW Bradley..
The Bradley Co. operated in Westport, CT from 1834-1911 according to the EAIA DAT. This 5in inshave is in very good condition. The working face is clean with no pitting. The handles are tight. It has a gentle curve to it. There is some red paint- likely an owner's or shop mark remaining on the tangs and back. This could be removed if you wish. A usable inshave. $60

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Boxwood Mortise Gauge..
A simply beautiful gauge with nicely aged boxwood and brass. The pins are short, but usable. The mechanical adjusters work perfectly. $20

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Small 6in Brass-Back Dovetail Saw.
Unmarked, but likely British. The saw comes with an ingenious mahogany blade guard that clips on to the back with a steel spring. The blade is straight and fairly sharp. A good-looking, useful little saw. $25

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Stanley No. 7 Jointer Plane.
An early Stanley 7 that will make a great user. This is a type 7/8 plane made between 1893-1902. It has the B casting mark on the bed and frog, but the S casting mark on the lever cap. It has an absolutely beautiful rosewood tote with perhaps the best grain I've seen on a Stanley tote. It has no cracks. The knob isn't shabby either with just as nice grain and color and also no cracks. The blade is the proper TmQ type blade that is nearly full length and has a nice clean back. All of the mechanical adjusters work perfectly. The plane body is pretty clean, though the outside has some darker patches. The bed retains about 80% japanning. A fantastic, early jointer plane. $70

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Stanley No. 3C Small Smooth Plane..
This is a post-WWII model. The outside of the body is dirty with some dings and deep scratches. The inside is much better with 95% japanning or better. The lever cap has baout 75% nickel. The rosewood knob and tote have some minor finish loss but no chips or cracks. The blade is long and in good shape. Cosmetic blemishes aside, it will work quite well. $28

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Fine 1/8in Tang Chisel by Ward..
A fine boxwood-handled 1/8in chisel by this high-quality edge tool maker. The chisel is in excellent condition with no pitting on the back and a perfect boxwood handle. GW Shaw owner's mark. A very useful small chisel. $24

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1/2in Socket Firmer Chisel by Buck Brothers.
A high-quality chisel with square sides and and apple handle. The handle and blade both sport the buck's head logo. The blade is in very good condition with no pitting. As good a user as you'll find. $24

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Stanley No. 118 Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is Stanley's all-steel block plane made to take abuse and not break. It's an unsung plane that works well but doesn't get much respect among collectors or users. It's a good low-angle block plane to use. this one is near-mint with no rust at all, perfect japanning, and the original label remaining. $28

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1/2in Dado Plane by Belcher Bros, Providence, RI..
This is an excellent user plane in a good size for most case work. The plane is in very good condition overall. The body is exceptionally clean and shows excellent beech ray fleck. The blade and nicker are both long and sharp. The body is dead straight without any sign of twist. The only drawback is a small chip out of the bottom right at the toe of the plane. It's a cosmetic blemish only, it will not affect user. A fantastic plane to add to your user kit. $40

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"Coming and Going" 1/2in. Tongue and Groove Plane by H. Chapin..
This plane was made by H. Chapin's Union Factory near Hartford, CT. The plane cuts both halves of a tongue and groove joint centered on 1/2in stock, though is should work well on stock +/- 1/8in in either direction. The plane is in very good condition overall with a nice body showing no chips or cracks. It's a little dark but the edges are still crisp and the blades are in good shape. A good, usable plane and you can't possible loose one half of the set $45

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Disston 28in Mitre Saw made for Langdon..
This is a 28in mitre saw measuring 4 3/4 in deep under the spine. The handle is perfect. The plate is straight and clean. The etch is light, but visible. It's a perfect user mitre saw. $45

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Massive Rosewood Smooth Plane..
Unmarked, but very well made. The plane is made of some sort of dark red, dense rosewood. The plane is very heavy, weighing in at almost 3 1/2 pounds. It measures 8 1/2in long with a 2 1/4in wide parallel iron. The iron is unmarked, massive, and in excellent condition. It's nearly 3/16in thick over its entire length and has a clean, shiny back. The blade is bedded at a high angle- a little higher than York pitch. The wedge holds well- it's nicely shaped and made of the same rosewood. It's a beautiful plane with a deep red color and a nice shimmer when held in the light. It has a few dings and a small chip in the very front of the sole, the only defects I can find. It will be a unique plane to put to use $90

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Riverside Smooth Plane.
This is a high-quality smooth plane unmarked but for the Anvil logo on the blade and the letter RTO. The only clue I could could come up with is Riverside which was a brand name used by Montgomery Ward on planes made by other manufacturers. If I had to bed, I'd wager this was made by the Union Tool Co. in New Britain, CT. The plane has all of the features of a Union plane including the massive, thick, tapered iron. At the business end it measures nearly 3/16in thick. The blade is in good shape with no pitting. The knob has a few tight cracks at the base, the tote a very well-repaired crack. All mechanical adjusters work OK. It will be a good user smooth plane. $26

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Big 7/16 Pigsticker Mortise Chisel by Butcher.
Very good condition overall and complely usable. The blade is dark but the back is clean with no pitting,. The handle is nearly perfect with no cracks. There is a thin leather washer to provide a cushion between the handle and ferrule. The blade is 7in and the chisel over 12in overall. $35

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Early flat ogee by John Dyson, York. .
This plane is over 200 years old, made by John Dyson between 1802-06 according to Goodman. The plane is in amazing condition considering its age. The body has no chips or cracks and barely any dings. The blade is clean with no pitting, and still sharp. There is a crack in the boxing but that isn't a big deal. It has all the features of a plane from this era including the broad, flat chamfers on the hand hold. It's an entirely usable plane that is more than two centuries old. $50

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Sargent No. 409 Smooth Plane. .
This is the equivalent to the Stanley No. 4. Sargent was one of the few competitors Stanley had in the late 1800s to early 1900s. They made high-quality planes in New Haven, CT. This particular plane was made prior to WWII between 1919-42. the mahogany tote and knob are in great shape with no chips or cracks. The adjusters work perfectly. The blade is in good shape as well. It will make a good user smooth plane. $26

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Wooden Router Plane. .
This plane has a unique form and features a curved blade just under 1/2in wide, perfect for cleaning out the bottoms of dados. The form looks European to me, probably Continental, not British. It's a good-looking, usable tool. $26

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Small Eggbeater Hand Drill by Consolidated Tool Works, NY.
This drill was made sometime between 1890-1920 according to the EAIA DAT. This is a small drill capable of holding bits up to 1/8in. It is in good condition with some paint loss on the frame and gear. It works smoothly and will be a good worker for the finest boring jobs $25

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Disston No. 7 26in Handsaw..
This saw has a good straight plate with 6PPI. The etch is light. There is some pitting way off of the tooth line and the nib is missing. The beech handle has the 1896-1917 medallion. The top horn has some slight rounding, otherwise it's fine. It'll work well. The plate is exceptionally thin for a 7 and has a great ring. $28

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7/8in Fenced Casing Plane by Greenfield.
Very good condition overall with a clean, sharp blade. No defects, it will work well. It cuts a thumbnail profile on 7/8in stock but should work on slightly larger stock as well. It's a nice edge treatment and a very easy plane to use since it's not sprung. $30

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5/8in Side Bead by E Smith. .
Ezekiel Smith worked in Rehoboth, MA from 1823-49. This plane is in excellent condition overall with a very clean body, and a good blade with no pitting. There is a tiny chip out of the boxed quirk near the mouth, but the boxing is otherwise straight and complete. A perfect worker. $24

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Mathieson 1in. Torus Bead..
Very good condition overall showing signs of careful use. The blade is sharp and in good condition with no pitting. It is pitched at Yorkl pitch or higher. The mouth is still very tight. An interesting larger profile by this Glasgow maker. $26

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Starrett No. 230XP 1in Micrometer.
In its original box with the original instructions. Some minor finish loss on the japanned portion, but the tool moves perfectly and has crisp graduations. $26

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7/8in Dado by A&E Baldwin, NY. .
This plane was made in Albany, NY between 1830-41 according to AWP-IV. The plane is in very good, usable condition. The body is clean with just some hammer marks on the heel and toe. The body is straight, not warped or twisted. The blade and nicker are both long and sharp. The brass depth adjuster is locked with a screw. A perfect user for larger carcase work. $35

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Small Cross-Pein Hammer..
Unmarked with a good hickory handle. There is a tiny chip out of one side close to the face- see second photo. A good, usable hammer. $10

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Small Carpenter's Hammer..
A nice clean carpenter's hammer with a curved claw unlike a ripping hammer. A good hammer to use for general work around the shop and at the bench. It has a generous handle, well-suited to those with large hands. $14

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Star Tool Co. 6in Sliding Bevel.
A nice user with a solid brass head and thumbscrew that holds the blade securely. The brass has a nice dark patina. The body is stamped with the Nov 5, 1867 patent date. $22

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Wm. Marples Rosewood Marking Gauge.
Good condition with some dings and scratches but it has good long pins and nice rosewood grain and color. An excellent user mortise gauge. $30

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Atkins 10in Gent's Saw..
This saw has a good, straight plate with a faint Atkins etch. Small patches of pitting here and there. $14

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