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New Tools Were Last Added: 2020-11-30

Update 2020-11-30 Hi Folks! I hope you all had a nice Thanksgiving holiday. I took some time away from work and spent a few days with the kids doing all sort of fun stuff. I was back in the shop today and came up with a large and varied assortment of tools which I added to the list tonight. I hope you find something you like. Thanks for your support! --Josh


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Buck Brothers no. 4 Flat 5/8in CarvingGouge.
This tang gouge was made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It has the earliest mark that I'm aware of. The blade is especially clean with zero pitting and is quite sharp. The handle is nicely shaped and in excellent condition as well. An excellent working example in a hard to find size.
$28
Item Number c4669
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PEXTO 3/8in Socket Chisel.
This is a stout bevel-edge socket chisel made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It's 13+in long and in excellent condition. It's completely free of pitting and has a near-perfect handle. A great general-purpose chisel made by one of the best American makers.
$26
Item Number c4671
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L&IJ White 3/4in Socket Paring Chisel.
This is 13+in long socket paring chisel with fine lands along the beveled edges. It was made by White in Buffalo, NY, a top quality edge tool maker in the late 19th century. It's completely free of pitting. It needs a quick grind and hone and it'll be working in no time. A top quality American edge tool, ideal for fine paring.
$26
Item Number c4672
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Massive Buck Brothers 1/2in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This 15in long chisel was made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's as thick and heavy-duty as you'll find. The back has some light discoloration but no pitting. The sides have some spots of discoloration but no damage. The handle is original, featuring the Buck stag logo, and has no wear. A fantastic edge tool in perfectly usable condition
$45
Item Number c4673
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Douglass Mfg. Co. 1/8in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a 9in firmer chisel made by Douglass in Seymour, CT. Douglass was the predecessor to the James Swan Co. This is a clean example with no pitting and a perfect handle. An ideal worker.
$26
Item Number c4674
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Superb J.B. Addis no. 6 1/2in Carving Gouge.
This is an outstanding example made by the famous J.B. Addis in Sheffield. It has a clean blade and perfect handle. It measures a bit over 9in long overall. A fine example to put to work made by a highly desirable maker.
$28
Item Number c4677
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Millers Falls no. 188A Push Drill.
this push drill is in near-mint condition in its original box. It has a full compliment of bits inside the magazine handle. It's a useful tool, ideal for quickly and accurately boring small holes.
$28
Item Number d2244
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Large Joiners Mallet.
This is a big, well-made oak mallet weighing in at just over 2.5lbs. It's in excellent condition and has a nice patina from age. It has minimal wear and will be a fine worker for whomping on big stuff.
$28
Item Number m3809
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Starrett no. 281 Wire Gauge.
This is an excellent example of Starrett's no. 281 American Standard Wire Gauge. Made in Athol, MA.
$15
Item Number m3810
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Stanley no. 202 Planing Stop.
This design was patented Nov 30, 1909 by Edmind Schade. It's a simple planing stop which is hammered into the bench or work surface. It's an uncommon Stanley tool and a nice design. Especially handy when working on a make-do surface where you don't have a proper bench.
$25
Item Number m3813
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Starrett no. 436 1-2in Micrometer.
This is a top quality machinists tool made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly. It retails for $177 new from Starrett today. As nice as they come.
$28
Item Number mml4918
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Beautiful Rosewood 6in Try and Mitre Square.
This square is unmarked, but one of the nicest I've ever found. The rosewood stock is absolutely gorgeous. The blade has most of the original bluing.
$28
Item Number mml4920
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Starrett no. 500J 5ft Tape Measure Mint IOB.
This tape is marked "Special". It's in new condition in its orgianl box with the instructions. One side of the tape is marked in inches, the other in diameter in inches and hundredths. An outstanding Starrett tool
$28
Item Number mml4921
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Stanley no. 69 One Foot Boxwood Folding Rule.
This one foot, four-fold boxwood rule isn't the cleanest, but it works well.
$10
Item Number mml4923
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Gorgeous Ebony and Brass torpedo Level.
This unmarked level is well-made with a brass top plate and feet. The body is solid ebony and in excellent condition. Both the plumb and level vials are intact. A gorgeous level
$30
Item Number mml4924
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Stanley no. 66 1/2 Four-Fold, Three-Foot Boxwood Rule.
This rule is in good usable condition. The outside faces have some light wear but are still easily legible. The hinges are good. The center alignment pin is present but it's blown-out a tiny piece of the boxwood it beds in. A clean, usable rule on the earlier side.
$26
Item Number mml4925
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New-Old-Stock Evans 6ft Zig-Zag Carpenters Rule.
This rule is in new condition still attached to its original point-of-sale card. The card has no bar code, but it does have a zip code in the address so I'd guess it dates to the 1950s. A useful tool with many tricks and uses.
$20
Item Number mml4928
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Excellent 3/4in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Garret Roseboom in Cincinnati, OH between roughly 1840-52. The plane cuts a 3/4in wide dado, a desirable and hard to find size. They don't come better than this one- it's especially clean, dead straight, and has perfect blades. The depth stop is easy to use and works well. It's in top condition and will make a fantastic worker
$45
Item Number mp4795
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3/16in American Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 3/16in bead. It can cut one, or many, beads at any distance away from the edge of a board by running it against a batten clamped to the work. It has straight boxing and a good long, clean blade. It was made by the partnership of Miller & Probasco, a Cincinnati, OH planemaker working ca. 1834. This mark rates (****) for rarity in AWP-V. It's a fine worker in a desirable size.
$35
Item Number mp4796
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Excellent American Quirk Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1in wide by 1/2in deep quirk ogee, a nice small/medium size with many uses. It's clean, straight, and has very light wear. The blade is long and very clean where it counts. It was made by Tyler Davidson & Co, a Cincinnati, OH hardware dealer operating from 1843-1865. A fine worker in a versatile size
$35
Item Number mp4797
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Greenslade 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality plane made by one of the better British makers in the 19th century. It's seen a decent amount of use but cared for and has much working life ahead of it. The boxing is straight and has light wear. The york pitch blade is long and clean. It does need the usual tuning to get it working but it won't take long and will make a fine worker in this very desirable size.
$30
Item Number mp4799
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Matched Pair of Side Rabbet Molding Planes.
These planes are both in good, usable condition. They are well-made and have seen some use. I can't find the maker's mark "C. Crumman" anywhere. These planes are used in the same way as a Stanley 98/99 pair to work the sides of grooves and other joints.
$45
Item Number mp4801
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Scarce 1 3/4in Skew Rabbet Plane with Nicker..
This plane was made by James Kellogg in Amherst, MA, a top quality American maker. This is a beautifully made plane with a retractable nicker blade to allow it to cut clean cross-grain rabbets. The mouth is tight, the blade long and clean. An ideal working example
$45
Item Number mp4804
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Scarce 1/2in Skew Molding Plane.
This is a rare 1/2in wide rabbet with a straight body free of warping. The blade is long and clean, the mouth tight. It was made by Bensen and Crannell in ALbanyy, NY in the mid-19th century. It's in excellent condition with minimal wear, aside from evidence of a fence attached at some point. A fine worker in a rare size.
$35
Item Number mp4805
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Greenslade 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality plane made by Greenslade in Bristol for A. Diggs, a hardware dealer in Faversham, Kent. The plane is perfectly usable, and top quality, though the wedge has a sheared finial.
$10
Item Number mp4806
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1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Samuel Sloop In Cincinnati, OH between 1829-40. It's in good, usable condition, though a very common size, thus the low price
$15
Item Number mp4807
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3/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality plane with double boxing made by Robert Lang, a Cincinnati, OH hardware dealer working from 1842-51. It's clean and perfectly usable. The boxing is straight. The blade is clean where it counts with some light pitting where it's buried in the escapement side. It's a desirable small/medium size for case and cabinet work and a nice working example.
$26
Item Number mp4808
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Excellent American Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This plane was made by Hervey Hills in Springfield, MA. Hills was a planemaker from 1845-1851. The plane is very well-made and clearly a high-end tool. It has a beech body and boxwood arms, washers, and nuts. There is a dovetailed boxwood wear plate in the fence to resist wear. The depth stop is operated by means of a brass thumbscrew The plane remains in excellent condition. There is no damage and only very light wear. The screw threads are near-perfect. The depth stop works perfectly. There are no checks in the arms where they attach to the fence. The plane comes equipped with a set of eight Dwights and French blades, including one V groove blade, all of which have been test-fit to this plane. An exceptional plane in perfect working order.
$135
Item Number wbp1266
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American Toothing Plane.
This plane is in very good condition, perfectly usable. It has a 2in wide Ohio Tool Co toothing plane with a fine tooth pitch. The plane body has some tight checks but it's perfectly usable. A nice working example of this type of plane.
$45
Item Number wbp1284
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Taunton Press: Woodworking With Hand Tools.
234 pages, Softcover, New Condition. This is a compilation of many FWW articles from your favorite writers.
$15
Item Number b1238
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Offerman: Good Clean Fun.
Hardcover, excellent condition. Aside from being an interesting look into the Offerman workshop, it's possibly the funniest woodworking book out there.
$10
Item Number b1243
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Jackson, et. al The Complete Manual of Woodworking.
320 pages, softcover.
$5
Item Number b1245
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Huey, et. al Shaker Furniture Projects.
Softcover, excellent condition.
$15
Item Number b1246
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Lee Valley Shooting Board.
This right-handed shooting board is essentially unused, in its original wrappings and packing box. Learn all about it here. Retails for $215 new from LV
$185
Item Number m3807
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Lee Valley Granite Surface Plate.
This plate is in new, unused condition, never opened. It retails for $60 new. It weighs 25lbs and will ship in its original shipping container at actual postage costs. Please contact me if you'd like a shipping quote
$45
Item Number m3808
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Powertec 71114 Aluminum Straight Edge.
This precision straight edge is in new condition. Retails for around $30.
$20
Item Number mml4914
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Superb Disston D8 9 Point Crosscut Handsaw.
This saw dates to 1917-1928 based on the medallion and etch. It's essentially unused still measuring a full 2 7/8in deep at the toe. The apple handle is perfect. The plate is dead straight and very clean. It has a nice clear etch. The teeth are all in great shape and only need a light sharpening to get it working. It's a top quality saw in superb condition.
$75
Item Number s1432
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Japanese Ryoba Pull Saw.
This saw is in excellent working order. It has some minor discoloration but the teeth are sharp and it works very wlel
$15
Item Number s1434
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Stanley no. 2101A 8in Yankee Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a superb example in perfect working order. It was made by Stanley post-1946. The ratchet is smooth and free of the gunk these often accumulate. A fine working example of this always popular brace.
$75
Item Number d2241
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Tormek T-4 w/ Accessories.
This is a complete Swedish Tormek T-4 water-cooled sharpening system. It comes with the essential SE-77 square-edge jig and the TT-50 truing system. It's all you'll need for sharpening most any woodworking hand tools. The grinder has been lightly used and has little wear. All of the original documentation and accessories are included. List price for the three items is $578 USD. These never go on sale- a rare chance to get one at a discount.
$490
Item Number m3796
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Narex Carving Mallet.
This mallet is new and unused. Retails for $30 new
$25
Item Number m3797
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Norton Flattening Stone.
This is a lightly used Norton flattening stone in clean condition free of damage. Lists for $30 new.
$24
Item Number m3798
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Norton 4000/8000 Combination Water Stone.
This is a near-new stone with clean, flat faces. It retails for $95 new.
$75
Item Number m3800
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Norton 220/1000 Combination Water Stone.
This is a near-new stone with clean, flat faces. It retails for $45 new.
$30
Item Number m3801
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Veritas Mk.II Deluxe Honing Guide Set.
This is a nearly new set with no signs of use or wear. It contains all of the original pieces, all in perfect working order. List price is $127 new from Lee Valley. A rare chance to get one of these at a discount
$105
Item Number m3802
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Tormek SVM-00 Small Knife Holder.
This Tormek accessory is new and never opened. It retails for $35 new
$30
Item Number m3804
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Tormek SVM-45 Knife Jig.
This Tormek accessory is new and never opened. It retails for $42 new.
$35
Item Number m3806
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PEC 12in Combination square.
This square is in near-mint condition and in perfect working order. Not Starrett quality, but more than good enough for woodworking. Retails for around $80 new on Amazon
Left-Over and Reduced to: $45
Item Number mml3952
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12in Boxwood and Brass Double Bevel.
This is a typical "shipwright's" double bevel, much like the Stanley no. 42. It's made from boxwood with two brass blades. It clearly has a lot of age to it and has developed a beautiful patina. It still works perfectly.
$35
Item Number mml4909
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Shinwa Japanese T Bevel.
This 8in aluminium bevel gauge is in new condition. It retails for $28 new
$10
Item Number mml4911
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Crown Tools Try Square.
This 6in square is in excellent condition, still straight and square.
$15
Item Number mml4912
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American Adjustable Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "WOODRUFF NEW ALBANY, IA" The mark appears in AWP-V but there is little information on the maker. It's speculated that the mark belonged to an S.P. Woodruff who worked in New Albany ca. 1850. The mark rated (****) for rarity. The plane is clean and in perfect working order. The blade is long and free of pitting. The fence works well as does the brass depth stop. It can cut accurate rabbets up to 1in wide. It's a fine working example
$45
Item Number mp4790
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Matched Pair of Ohio Tool 3/4in Handles Tongue and Groove Planes.
These planes are both in excellent condition and perfectly usable. They cut a T&G joint centered on 3/4in stock. They have nice closed handles with no damage to the horns. Both blades are long and clean. An ideal working pair in a very desirable size and design.
$45
Item Number mp4791
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Matched Pair of DR Barton 1in Tongue and Groove Planes.
These planes are both in excellent condition and perfectly usable. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock. The planes have clean bodies free of damage and only showing light wear. Both blades are long and clean. An ideal working pair.
$40
Item Number mp4792
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Eagle Square Mfg. Co. Steel Square Book Reprint.
A handy reference for the uses of the steel square
$5
Item Number b1218
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1949 Crafstman Mechanics Tools Catalog.
This is an original 1949 catalog in excellent condition. It's well-illustrated and a great throw-back.
$10
Item Number b1225
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Stanley 1879 Catalog Reprint.
This full-line Stanley catalog has all of the tools you'd expect to see including the full line of Bailey planes and the newly introduced "Stanley adjustable planes" which weren't Bailey's patent. It's in excellent condition and makes a great reference.
$15
Item Number b1230
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Stanley 1870 Catalog Reprint.
This is an important catalog in the history of Stanley- it's the first to include Bailey's patent hand planes. This is a Ken Roberts reprint. In addition to the information in the catalog it also includes Roberts' commentary on the history of Stanley and Bailey. A must-have for the vintage tool library
$15
Item Number b1231
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Stanley 1867 Catalog Reprint.
This is an early Stanley Rule & Level Co. catalog prior to the introduction of Bailey patent planes. It includes rules, levels, layout tools, and many other tools Stanley sold on behalf of other makers. An excellent early reference to the early Stanley years
$15
Item Number b1232
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A. Howland Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This is a quality plane made in Auburn, NY in the late 1860s/early 1870s. It cuts a 1 1/2in wide by 1in deep reverse ogee profile. It has a decently clean blade and very little wear. It's free of damage and would make a fine worker with a minimum of labor required to get it sharp and running.
$35
Item Number mp4786
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Top Quality Varvill Small Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Varvill & Son in York, England in the last half of the 19th century. It's a top quality plane, as were all of Varvill's products. It's been used a bit but remains in excellent working order. The plane cuts a 3/4in wide by 3/8in deep reverse ogee, a small, versatile profile with a number of uses. It has a long, clean blade and a tight mouth along with a York pitch blade. A fine worker in a desirable size
$35
Item Number mp4787
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British Meeting Rail Molding Plane.
This plane was used by a sashmaker to cut the "meeting rail" joint where the upper and lower halves of a sash meet. It was made by James Panton in Aberdeen between 1882-1908. the plane is in excellent condition. The blade is long and clean. It's perfectly usable and an excellent example of the sort.
$26
Item Number mp4788
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Wm. Marples 1/4in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a thin, fine paring chisel with a polished back and honed bevel. The handle looks somewhat crude but it feels great in the hand. A top quality Sheffield chisel for fine paring work.
$22
Item Number c4666
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is well-worn, but in perfectly usable condition. It has no maker's mark I can see. It's clearly British, and likely very early 19th century. A fine worker in a big size at a bargain price.
$15
Item Number mp4774
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Top Quality DR Barton 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. It's a top quality plane with a fully boxed sole, something rare to see in a plane of this size. It has a massive piece of boxwood in the sole which remains straight and free of wear. The blade is perfect. The plane itself has seen very light use and remains in exceptional working condition. A top quality plane in somewhat less desirable small size, thus the low price
$22
Item Number mp4775
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Moir, Glasgow 1in Tourus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in the mid-19th century by John Moir. It's well-used but cared for and still quite usable.
$20
Item Number mp4781
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J.B. Addis 1/4in Tang Chisel.
This is a fine tang paring chisel in excellent condition. It has a near-perfect boxwood handle and a very sharp bevel. JB Addis is well-known as a top quality English edge tool maker. An especially nice worker.
$26
Item Number c4663
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Millers Falls no. 188A Push Drill.
This push drill was made by Millers Falls in Millers Falls, MA. It has a magazine handle with a full set of eight bits inside. It's in excellent working order. There is no better tool in my opinion for quickly and accurately boring small holes.
$25
Item Number d2226
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Early 4in Machinsts Square.
This is a small, early square is unmarked and nicely made. The blade is attached to the stock via a pinned lap joint. It's still square and looks fantastic.
$15
Item Number mml4888
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Stanley 12in Combination Square.
This is a 1960s"ish" 12in combo square made in the USA by Stanley. It's especially clean and works pefectly.
$20
Item Number mml4896
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Early German Hacksaw.
This saw is marked "Imhoff & Lange", a 19th Century German toolmaker. It has an early design with a nice ram's horn shaped tensioning nut and decoration along the tang. The frame is in good shape. The handle has a tight check. The blade is 5in long and held to the frame with rivets. A nice early example
$24
Item Number s1424
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Disston Patent Collapsible Keyhole Saw .
This saw handle was patented August 28, 1877 by Henry Disston. It's a nice clean example with a shortened blade with clear markings.
$20
Item Number s1426
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J. Stevens Arms & Tool Co. 4 1/2in Inside Caliper.
This square leg caliper was made in Chicopee Falls, MA by J. Stevens. It's an earlier example and works well. It features the patented speed adjust nut.
$15
Item Number m3782
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Starrett 10in Dividers.
These flat leg dividers are in excellent working order. The hinge is super tight and the legs even and sharp. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A nice working set.
$24
Item Number mml4881
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Starrett 6in Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This is a good, usable example made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It has some discoloration but works perfectly.
$15
Item Number mml4883
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Amidon Mfg. Co. 12in Non-Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace is marked with Amidon's July 1, 1873 patent date. The brace has not not been cleaned and is evenly discolored. The mark on the chuck is hard to photograph but very clear. There is a scratch in the chuck that may look like a crack but I assure you it's not.
$28
Item Number d2219
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H.E. Shepardson Patent Bit Brace.
this brace chuck was patented March 1, 1870 by H.E. Shepardson. It has the unique chuck with curved jaws that are moved forward when the chuck is advanced. It has a walnut handle with brass inserts and an iron pad. It's uncleaned, other than the area near the patent mark as shown in the photos.
$28
Item Number d2220
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Stanley "Winner" Carpenters Hammer.
This hammer has a clean 16oz head with minor wear. The handle is in excellent condition, free of damage. It's a true carpenter's hammer, not a framing or ripping hammer. The claws are long and sweep down past the eye, parallel to the hammer. It's a solid worker, ideal for bench work.
$24
Item Number m3781
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American 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane. .
This plane was made by Parker, Hubbard & Co in Conway, MA between 1842-49. The plane has been used quite a bit but remains usable still. It's a very common size that isn't always in demand, thus the low price.
$15
Item Number mp4761
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North Brothers No. 30A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This example is in excellent condition in its original box. It comes with four bits- the three normal flat head bits and one extra-long bit. The box is in poor condition. The labels are okay and the bottom half is decent but the top half is missing a side. It's in excellent working order. A nice example of this versatile tool
$28
Item Number m3777
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Nice Goodell-Pratt 12in Plumb and Level.
This level, made in Greenfield, MA by G-P prior to 1930 or so, is in excellent condition. It has much of its original paper label. Both vials are intact. A nice little level.
$24
Item Number mml4871
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Interesting 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a good, usable 7/8in side bead with an interesting feature- it has its original hardware store label indicating it was sold by J.E. Bassett in New Haven, 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 on the label seems to date to the 1860s, based on an advertisement I found in the 1865 Yale Courant publication. It was made by W.H. Pond, a local New Haven plane and tool maker.
$28
Item Number mp4754
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Early & Interesting 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "J. Madden" at the toe which I'm sure is a maker's mark. The mark doesn't appear in any of the reference books I have. Based on the features I believe it's quite early though I can't tell for sure. It has two interesting features- first it's a slipped side bead which is something you don't see often. Second, the plane's boxing is made from what I believe is Lignum which is very rare. It's an interesting plane in usable condition.
$25
Item Number mp4755
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Buck Brothers 5/8in Carving Gouge.
This is a later Buck Brothers tang gouge with a stout blade and a leather-capped handle. It's 12+in long and in excellent working condition.
$22
Item Number c4658
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Patternmakers Cranked Gouge.
This is a later Buck gouge in exceptional condition. It has a perfectly clean blade and a new handle. This one is interesting in that it's an outcannel bevel, not incannel like most.
$25
Item Number c4660
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North Brothers no. 41 "Yankee" Push Drill.
This push drill was made in Philadelphia likely in the very early 1900s based on the patent dates. It has a magazine handle which holds a set of fluted bits all in good working order. It's clean with most original finish and has a strong return spring. Push drills like this are fast and accurate, allowing you to quickly and safely bore small holes. They are easy to maintain and never run out of batteries.
$26
Item Number d2208
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North Brothers no. 41 "Yankee" Push Drill.
This push drill was made in Philadelphia likely in the very early 1900s based on the patent dates. It has a magazine handle which holds a set of fluted bits all in good working order. It's clean with most original finish and has a strong return spring. Push drills like this are fast and accurate, allowing you to quickly and safely bore small holes. They are easy to maintain and never run out of batteries.
$26
Item Number d2209
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Millers Falls no. 61A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver Near-Mint IOB.
This spiral ratchet screwdriver was made by Millers Falls likely in the 1930s based on the label and patent dates. It's in perfect working order. It's in near-mint condition, the only flaw being a split in the ferrule near the handle. It's in its original box, which is in great shape with a nice clear label and all good corners. It comes with its original envelope and bits. A great example to use or add to a collection.
$35
Item Number m3775
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Early Hand-Forged 10in Compass.
this is a well-made compass in excellent working order. Clearly hand-forged, this example has some nice decorative details and a nice tight hinge. It's a good size for layout or design work. A beautiful, well-made tool
$35
Item Number mml4866
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H&C Disston no. 2 12in Butcher Saw.
This saw holds a 12in butcher's blade. It was made in Philadelphia by H&C Disston.
$15
Item Number s1415
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Atkins "Saw Sense" Pamphlet.
This 48 page pamphlet was published by E.C. Atkins likely near 1910. It has information on the care and use of Atkins tools and a sampling of their line of saws and other tools. It is in excellent condition and makes an excellent reference for addition to an Atkins collection
$28
Item Number b1213
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Original 1952 Stanley Catalog.
this 192 page catalog contains Stanley's full line of tools as well as the recently integrated, though seprately listed, line of North Brothers and Russell Jennings tools. It's an excellent reference and a great addition to your tool library. Aside for a crease in the cover it's in excellent condition.
$25
Item Number b1216
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Stanley 8in Bevel Gauge.
This rosewood bevel gauge was made between 1904-1910 based on the logo. It's made from a dark piece of rosewood and has a clean, straight blade. It works perfectly. It's a great general-purpose size.
$25
Item Number mml4845
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Master Rule Mfg. Co. no. 406 Tape Measure.
This is a high quality rule made in New York. It has two patents on the case- both dating to 1935. It's especially clean and crisp. It has a lever to lock the tape in place. It's capable of both inside and outside measurements. An excellent little tape measure.
$15
Item Number mml4848
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New-Old-Stock Lufkin 50ft "Leader" Steel Tape.
This is a top qualtiy 5oft tape made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. It's in new condition with both its original shipping box and hardware store display packaging. A top quality rule in mint condition
$25
Item Number mml4850
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English Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by John Lund in London in the first third of the 19th century. It cuts a 5/8in wide by 1/4in deep flat ovolo. It was originally a sash plane but this is a versatile profile suited to many tasks. It has been used a bit but remains in excellent condition. The blade is clean, the mouth tight. It's an easy plane to use with its large fence and depth stop. A solid worker with a useful profile.
$35
Item Number mp4744
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Small Maydole 8oz Carpenters Hammer.
This is a Maydole Bond brand carpenter's hammer in excellent condition. It has a perfect original hickory handle. The face is clean and slightly domed, ideal for sinking nails below the surface cleanly. There is a small chip in the end of the right claw. A fine hammer for bench work.
$26
Item Number m3757
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Goodell-Pratt no. 444 Glass Cutter Mint IOB.
This is a simple cast iron glass cutter in unused condition in its original box. It was made sometime prior to the 1935 merger with Millers Falls. An unusual G-P tool in near-perfect condition
$24
Item Number m3761
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Interesting, Early 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane appears to be quite early. it could be craftsman-made though it's well done. It's made from a a funky piece of beech which has some interesting inclusions. It looks completely usable to me. An interesting, early plane
$10
Item Number mp4736
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H. Chapin 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality American side bead molding plane made by Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It's in excellent condition and is perfectly usable. There is a small chip in the rear of the boxing, likely due to a missed hammer strike. A great worker in a larger size.
$20
Item Number mp4733
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Medium-Size Quirk Flat Ogee molding Plane.
This plane cuts a flat quirk ogee profile 1 5/8in wide by 7/8in deep, a nice size for a cornice molding. It's clean, crisp and looks fairly early to me based on the chamfers a long the handhold. It's marked L.J. Drew, Bangor, a mark I can't find in AWP-V. The blade is long and clean, completely usable. A nice, usable plane made by a mystery maker.
$35
Item Number mp4735
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I&H Sorby 1/4in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a thin straight-sided paring chisel made in Sheffield by Sorby. It's super sharp, ready to work. The handle is not original but well-done. A top quality Sheffield edge tool
$24
Item Number c4633
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Well-Used Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is clearly a British plane and definitely well-used. It has no maker's mark. The body has some grunge on it, likely old sheep tallow, which I enjoy seeing since you can see the former owners' hand prints along the sides. The blade is on the short side but clean. The wedge has a slightly sheared off finial. It's still usable, and cuts a nice 5/8in wide by 1/4in deep ovolo
$20
Item Number mp4720
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British 5/8in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Routledge in Birmingham, England. It cuts an ovolo 5/8in wide by 5/8in deep. The plane has been used a decent amount but cared for. The blade is still clean and has plenty of life left. The body has light wear. The wedge has a unique shape you can see in the second photo. A good, usable plane with a desirable profile
$28
Item Number mp4721
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Top Quality American 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Lamb & Brownell in New Bedford, MA. It was made between 1869-1873 and sold by a hardware dealer with the partial name of Throckmorton on Fulton Ave (Presumably in Boston). The plane is superbly made with a full hammerhead boxing, a rarity in a plane of this width. The blade is long and clean. The body is made from a nicely figured piece of beech. It's perfectly usable and a good choice if you need to cut big beads.
$25
Item Number mp4722
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5/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Reed in Utica, NY. Reed emigrated to the US from England where he continued to make planes in Utica throughout the mid 19th century. It's a high quality plane that's seen a good bit of use but was cared for and remains perfectly usable today. It's a very common size, thus the low price
$20
Item Number mp4716
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Stanley no. 61 Boxwood Two Foot Folding Rule.
This is a very clean example with good hinges, though it's missing its alignment pins. Still stays folded when not in use, and lays flat when unfolded
$22
Item Number mp4713
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Superb American 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Brooklyn, NY by Shiverick in the mid-19th century. The plane is near-perfect, crisp, clean and absolutely usable. The corners are sharp, the boxing straight and free of wear. The blade appears to have the original factory grind and is flawless. It's about as nice as you'll find. The 7/8in size isn't terribly popular, thus the low price.
$24
Item Number mp4694
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High Quality 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane looks British to me. It's clearly high quality with an angled breast to the mortise which helps keep the mouth tight across the width of the profile. It's clean, crisp, and has perfect boxing. The blade is long and clean. The larger size, combined with the lack of a maker's mark make it a bargain worker.
$15
Item Number mp4697
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Rare Stanley no. 712M-E SW Era Zig-Zag Rule.
This is a near-mint example dating to the 1920s. It's graduated in both metric and English. If you are a SW era collector and completionist, this is a very hard one to find. It's also perfectly usable and as nice as you'll ever find.
$298
Item Number mml4782
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E.C. Atkins Adjustable Hand Scraper.
This scraper was made and patented by E.C. Atkins in Indianapolis, IN. It has a Stanley blade in it. It's a scarce Atkins tool in excellent condition.
$20
Item Number m3690
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Millers Falls No.1 Glass Cuter.
This is a nice clean example with a rosewood handle. It is in good working order.
$10
Item Number m3691
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Early Leach Patent Sawset.
This is a simple, effective small sawset in good working order. The design was patented Jan 19, 1869. This example has some light loss of japanning but is mechanically sound and perfectly usable.
$15
Item Number m3671
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Patented Hand Scraper.
This is a nice clean example with a near-perfect blade. It's a good tool for scraping large areas. It's marked Pat Feb 7, 1922 which I can't much information on. An interesting, usable scraper
$10
Item Number m3673
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Collins: The Axe Its Manufacture Choice and Care.
This is a 1872 reprint of the 1939 original. 16 pages, very good condition
$10
Item Number b1203
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Craftsman Machinsts Scraper.
This is a typical machinists scraper made for Craftsman, perhaps by Union Tool in Orange, MA. It's in very good condition and perfectly usable. The blade has some discoloration but no piting.
$20
Item Number m3633
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Lufkin no. 79A Telescoping Gauge.
This gauge is in mint condition in its original box. It's a top quality tool made in Saginaw, MI.
$10
Item Number mml4740
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Exceptional London 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Simms of London in the 19th century. It's a beautifully made plane with the high level of fit and finish you'd expect to find in a plane made in England from this era. It's seen use but was cared for and remains in perfect working order. The blade is long and has zero pitting. The boxing is dead straight. A good working example in a large size.
$24
Item Number mp4666
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Near-Perfect, Top-Quality 7/8in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is an exceptional example, made to the highest standards. It has a removable fence which allows the plane to cut a fillet on the outside of the profile turning it into a sort of astragal. The plane is crisp, clean, and in perfect working order. It has no flaws I can see. as you'll ever find. It was made by John Ames, and his descendants, made planes in London from ca. 1800-1850. This plane has only AMES mark which makes it hard to date specifically.
$40
Item Number mp4667
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Brass Glass Cutter.
This glass cutter is unmarked. It has an integral screwdriver in the handle for replacing the wheel.
$5
Item Number m3626
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Nice Nickel-Plated Wire Gauge.
This gauge is well-made and nickel-plated. It's marked WW Co. which could be the same W.W. Co that made mechanics tools in Brooklyn, NY
$10
Item Number m3628
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Early Stillman Patent Saw Wrest.
This is a very early American sawset in exceptional condition. The design was patented by Abel Stillman on Sept 26, 1848. . It has a clear mark, no wear, and all of its original parts. An interesting, usable early saw wrest.
$25
Item Number m3614
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Starrett 4in Machinists Level.
This level is in excellent condition with an intact vial. A top quality machinists tool made by Starrett in Athol, MA
$20
Item Number mml4722
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Stanley no. 39 4in Machinists Level.
This is a nice example with most of the original nickel plating. It dates to the early 1900s based on the logo.
$26
Item Number mml4685
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Greenlee 3/16in Millwrights Gouge.
This is a long, stout gouge with a deep sweep. With the extra-long handle it measures just over 16in long. The blade is clean and in excellent working order.
$28
Item Number c4599
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Warren Axe & Tool Pocket Notebook.
This is a 5 1/2in high by 2 1/2in wide pocket notebook with graph paper on the inside. The front and rear covers are in good shape and advertise the company's work. An interesting piece of early ephemera.
$5
Item Number b1200
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J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co 1901 Catalog Reprint.
64 pages, new conditon. Contains the company's full line of machinists and other tools.
$10
Item Number b1201
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Gunstock Scraper.
This is a wooden spokeshave with a blade mounted vertically. It's commonly called a gunstock scraper but it's useful for any job where a spokeshave can't handle tough grain. This one is 12.5in wide with a 2in wide blade. The blade holding mechanism is brass, the sole steel. It's a perfectly good, usable example
$24
Item Number m3585
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Early, Hand-Forged 6in Outside Caliper.
This is an early tool, clearly hand-forged. It's in good, usable condition.
$22
Item Number mml4676
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Preston 1909 Catalog Reprint.
this is a full-size 180 page reprint of Preston's full line of top quality woodworking tools including their famous rules and levels. It's in excellent condition and fully illustrated.
$24
Item Number b1164
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Excellent American Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made by S.S. Barry in New York City in the fist half of the 19th century. It cuts the classic quirk ogee and bevel molding profile. This one is a medium sized version, perfect for cornice moldings on furniture and the like. The profile measures 1 1/2in wide by 5/8in deep. It has straight boxing and a nice long, clean blade. The plane has seen some use but remains in very good working condition.
$40
Item Number mp4627
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North Brothers no. 30 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This "Yankee" screwdriver was made in Philadelphia, PA by North Brothers prior to the 1946 Stanley acquisition. This model does not have the return spring. It is in excellent condition with near-perfect nickel plating. both the spiral shaft and ratchet mechanism operate smoothly. It comes with three bits. A fine working example of this time-saving tool
$25
Item Number m3574
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Original Starrett 1953 Full Line Catalog.
This catalog was distributed by the New Haven, CT hardware dealer John Bassett. It's in excellent condition and includes 334 pages. An excellent reference.
$20
Item Number b1059
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1925 Sandusky Tool Co. Catalog Reprint..
72 pages, new condition. This is one of the last of the Sandusky catalogs. Sandusky was one of the largest plane and toolmakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They made all sorts of tools including many of the planes sold by Sargent. An excellent reference.
$22
Item Number b1095
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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 very good condition
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Item Number b996
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Lufkin no. 277B Radius Gauge.
This gauge was made in Saginaw, MI by Lufkin. It has eight leaves with radii from 9/32 to 1/2in. It's in new condition in its original box
$20
Item Number mml4473
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Large 7/8in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Charles & Co in London in the late 19th century. It has the firm's crossed arrow and divider logo stamped on the toe. The plane is exceptionally crisp and clean with no damage or wear. The blade and boxing are both perfect. It's an ideal example to use to cut large beads for house moldings and similar.
$24
Item Number mp4174
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3/4in German Side Bead Molding Plane.
This Columbia brand molding plane imported from Germany by the Union Hardware & Tool Co. It's a good quality plane that has seen little use. The blade is long and clean, the boxing dead straight. It's a perfectly usable plane in a medium/large size
$20
Item Number mp4235
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Outstanding British 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by D. Malloch in Perth. It was sold by Frederick Willey at the "Opposite Corner Exchange" in Leeds. It's a beautifully made plane in excellent condition. It will make a superb worker, cutting large beads for big house moldings and such.
$22
Item Number mp4254
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Beautiful American 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by J&A Fish, planemakers and carpenters documented as working Chicago, IL between 1853-55. It has double boxing for wear resistance both on the quirk of the ogee and the fence. The plane is in excellent condition with no wear or damage. A perfectly usable plane in a large size.
$24
Item Number mp4614
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H. Chapin 1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane was made by Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. The plane cuts a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/4in stock. It can be used as a make-do forkstaff plane for working implement handles, in addition to working chest lids, stair treads, etc as it was intended for. It has two long, clean blades and is in excellent working order.
$30
Item Number mp4615
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1904 Cheney Catalog Reprint.
34 pages, mint condition. This contains Cheney's full line of hammers and tools made in Little Falls, NY.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $5
Item Number b1077
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1887 Joshua Oldham Saw Catalog Reprint.
Oldham was a major New York sawmaker who seemed to specialize mostly in band, circular, and mill saws, but who also made a full line of handsaws. This catalog also features Oldham's 32 page History of Saw Manufacture and Use. This is a 1976 EAIA reprint, not a common book to find at all.
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Item Number b1109
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Early 1860 Belcher Brothers & Co Catalog Reprint.
This is a Ken Roberts reprint of the 44 page original catalog of rules and other tools sold by this New York manufacturer. It also contains Roberts' commentary on the company and its history. An interesting, early reference book for American tools in the pre-Civil War era.
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Item Number b1123
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Winnie Machine Works Catalog Reprint.
42 pages, excellent condition. This catalog is undated but likely dates to the mid-late 19th century. Much of the focus is on hoop machinery but it also contains a lot of early woodworking machinery. It's profusely illustrated and offers vivid descriptions of the benefits of each tool. There is some fascinating, big, early iron in here. It's a fun read.
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Item Number b1127
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Owatonna Tool Company 1925 Catalog Reprint.
This 24 page booklet was originally published in 1925 and reprinted in 1975. It contains the Owatonna, MN based company's line of mechanics tools.
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Item Number b1135
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Jackson & Tyler 1880 Catalog Reprint.
This firm was a hardware retailer in Baltimore specializing in woodworking, machinist, and blacksmith tools. this 112 page catalog reprint is in new condition.
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Item Number b1149
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Original Anchor Brand Hardware Catalog.
370, fair condition. Based in New Britain, CT, this company made hardware and accessories for farmers and ranchers apparently specializing in horse tack and related hardware. It has some wear and light doodling in some of the pages.
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Item Number b1151
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W. & C. Wynn 1810 List of Prices Reprint.
36 pages, excellent condition. Not illustrated, but contains a complete and early price list from this Birmingham, England maker. A scarce reprint.
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Item Number b933
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Mathieson 1in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It cuts a large Torus bead, essentially a slanted side bead, 1in wide. It's suitable for larger house moldings. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable
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Item Number mp4123
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7/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This big bead plane was made by Samuel Randall in Albany between 1833-34. It's in excellent condition save for a chip in the very rear of the boxing. It's clean and crisp with a near-perfect blade. It's a good usable example to put to work cutting house moldings and the like.
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Item Number mp4338
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Auburn Tool Co. 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is an exceptional example in perfect working order. The blade is long and clean, completely free of pitting. The boxing is dead straight. It's a fantastic example to put to work if you need to cut big beads for house molding and such.
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Item Number mp4469
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British Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This is a curvy example of this ubiquitous and versatile profile made by Stainforth & Food in Birmingham, England between 1843-54. The profile measures 1 1/2in wide by 7/8in deep. The blade is perfectly clean and has plenty of life left. The boxed quirk is still straight. The plane has seen a good amount of work but has plenty of useful life ahead of it
$40
Item Number mp4586
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Three Atkins Sawmakers Radius Gauges.
Made by Atkins in Indianapolis, IN, these gauges are clean and clearly marked with both the makers name and the radius of the curve. This collection includes 28, 40, and 45 foot radii. The 45 has a crack in one side, otherwise they are in excellent condition. It's a rare tool that would make a nice addition to an Atkins collection.
$30
Item Number m3523
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Two Simonds Sawmakers Radius Gauges.
Made by Simonds in Fitchburg, MA or Chicago, IL these gauges are clean and clearly marked with both the makers name and the radius of the curve. This pair is a 10ft radius and 40 foot radius. These are scarce tools that would make a nice addition to a Simonds collection.
$30
Item Number m3524
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