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New Tools Were Last Added: 2021-06-22

Update 2021-06-22 Hi folks- I hope everyone out there had a nice Fathers Day weekend. Ours was busy but a lot of fun. I have had little shop time the past few days to this update is on the small side. It is mostly wooden planes but there are a few exceptional items here. I hope you find something you like. I am busy working on the next update for tomorrow or Thursday so stay tuned for more. --Josh


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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a thin, fine tang firmer chisel made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's 9 1/2in long overall. The back is nice and clean. It just needs a quick grind and hone and it'll be working in no time at all. It's a top quality American edge tool in perfectly usable condition
$26
Item Number c5038
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This is a nice clean example with a fresh bevel grind and no pitting at all on the blade It's a little over 9.5in long overall. The original apple handle is in exceptional condition. This is the standard no. 7 sweep general-purpose gouge. It's a top quality American edge tool in perfectly usable condition
$28
Item Number c5039
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Interesting Simons Patent Shoemakers Shave.
This shave looks like a cross between a spokeshave and cabinet scraper. The design was patented Nov 16, 1868 by James Simons of Troy, NY > This is a very clean example with no defects or damage.
$25
Item Number m4079
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Chapin-Stephens 1 1/4in Straight Rabbet Molding Planes.
Rabbet planes are capable of fine work as well as rough work, easily hogging off big shavings. This one was one of the latter, used hard and well-worn. The sole is flat, the blade a bit short but clean and usable. It was made at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT someone after 1900 or so. A decent, usable plane with a lot of use behind it.
$20
Item Number mp5054
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3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Ohio Tool Co. and sold under the Owasco brand. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable. It's a very common size and has limited use cutting larger moldings, thus the low price.
$15
Item Number mp5055
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Unusual Canadian 7/8in Square Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by S. Dalpe in Roxton Pond, QC. It cuts a 7/8in high and 7/8in deep reverse ogee, a very unusual profile. The blade is especially logn and clean. The plane itself seems to have no wear at all. It's a nice profile in a useful size.
$35
Item Number mp5064
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Unusual E. Nutting Radiused Smooth Plane.
This is a small 6 1/2in long coffin smoother that holds a 1 1/2in wide blade. It has an applied sole with a very slight radius to it front to back. It's very well-done and all evenly patinated so it wouldn't surprise me at all if it was original. The plane was made by Ebenezer Nutting who worked in South Amherst, MA. Nutting is a well-known planemaker who worked for the illustrious Kennedy & Co. in the 1830s. Nutting went on to work as a planemaker along with his relations throughout most of the 19th century. He made planes as well as many parts for other planemakers according to AWP-V. The plane is in excellent condition overall. The blade is a thick, tapered double iron made by W. Butcher. It's absolutely usable and a great example.
$35
Item Number wbp1354
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Unusual Small Radiused Rabbeting Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of JF and GM Lindsey in Huntington, MA between 1856-1879. It's only 6in long with a 1 1/4in double iron. The plane has curved rabbeted sides, similar to planes and shaves used by coachmakers. The plane is in excellent condition overall. It has a beautiful double iron made by Moulson Brothers in Sheffield. An outstanding example and perfectly usable if you have a job for it.
$35
Item Number wbp1355
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Auburn Wooden Jack Plane.
Wooden bench planes were commonly used for rough work. This one is a good example. It's well-used and has a slightly broken tote horn. It's 16in long and carries a 2 1/8in wide double iron. The blade is clean enough to use and has some life left to it. The sole has some wear but the mouth is still tight. A solid worker for dimensioning and hard use.
$25
Item Number wbp1356
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Beautiful and Unique Rosewood Grooving Plane.
This is a gorgeous plane made from Brazilian Rosewood. The wood has the unique and distinctive smell that only true rosewood has. It has a striking sapwood streak along the fence and a smaller streak along the body. It's very well-made with a high level of fit and finish. The thumbscrews that lock the fence arms are cast brass and quite ornate. It needs a blade or blades, which you'd have to fashion. Plow plane blades won't work, nor will the grooving blades from a T&G molding pair set. A Stanley 45 blade fits perfectly, but it's a little too short. A blade could be fabricated from a piece of 1/8in tool steel without too much labor. It's definitely worth it.. or you can just put it on a shelf and admire it.
$70
Item Number wbp1353
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6in Compass.
This is a good, usable compass with sharp points and a good tight hinge. Ideal for layout or design work.
$26
Item Number mml5270
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PS&W 6in Outside Caliper.
This is a high quality square leg outside caliper made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It has some wear and is only in good condition but it works perfectly.
$15
Item Number mml5274
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Tiny 1/8in Tang Carving Gouge.
This is a small 1/8in wide no. 7 sweep tang gouge. It looks English to me- the maker's name is partially obscured. I can see "Warb***" which I can't match up to any maker I know of. The handle is nicely shaped and in great condition. The blade is nice and clean, free of pitting on the inside face. A nice worker by a maker unknown to me.
$15
Item Number c5036
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Very Early Standing Fillister Molding Plane.
This plane is clearly 18th century and almost certainly American. It has no maker's mark so we can't tell for certain. It's 10in long and has the wedge profile and broad, flat chamfers that are hallmarks of 18th century planes. It has one job- it cuts a 1/4in wide rabbet 3/8in deep. It's in good, clean condition and usable, but it's more likely a collectible. I can't find a maker's mark- you may have better luck.
$28
Item Number mp5044
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Brown and Sharpe 6in Square-Leg Outside Caliper.
this is a top-end square leg caliper made by B&S in Providence, RI. It's especially clean and works perfectly.
$20
Item Number mml5255
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Union Tool Co 6in Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This is a good, usable example made by Union in Orange, MA. It has a tight hinge and a good sharp point. There is some discoloration but no rust- just a solid worker
$10
Item Number mml5260
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H. Chapin 7/8in Thumbnail Molding Plane.
This is a classic profile for a chest lid or similar. It's a model no. 217 1/2 made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. This plane has seen considerable use and has some wear. The sole is still straight and the blade is long an clean. Usable, but not a collector's item.
$24
Item Number mp5040
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Pony Clamp Kit.
New, unused, made in the USA. This kit fits 3/4 black pipe. Retails for $15
$10
Item Number m4058
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7/8in American Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Albany, NY by the partnership of David Bensen and Joel Munsell between 1849-50. It cuts a 7/8in wide dado, ideal for stair treads or larger, beefier case and cabinet work. This example is in very good condition overall with only some light wear. The blade is long and clean, free of pitting. The nicker blade, likewise, has a lot of life left. It's dead straight and the simple depth stop works well. A solid worker in a common size
$35
Item Number mp5037
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3/4in English Gouge.
This is a super clean 3/4in gouge with an inside bevel and a very clean back. The handle has a unique elongated shape and is made from an attractive piece of wood. It was made by Mottram, a family of Sheffield, England edge tool makers who worked throughout most of the 19th century up until 1871 or so. It's a very nice example in perfectly usable condition.
$26
Item Number c5022
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Buck Brothers 1in Tang Chisel.
This is a top quality square-sided tang firmer chisel made by Buck Brothers. It's a bit over 11in long overall. The blade has a nice clean back. The area nearest the bevel is clean and lapped flat. The bevel has a fresh grind. A top quality worker made by Buck in Milbury, MA.
$28
Item Number c5020
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
10in long with a clean back and its original dark apple handle. It has no pitting on the back. There is some even discoloration throughout. The end of the handle has some light wear. A solid worker made by one of the best American toolmakers of the era.
$24
Item Number c5004
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Buck Brothers 3/8in Tang Gouge.
10.5in long with a nice clean blade free of any pitting on the back. The handle is near-perfect. It's the normal no. 7 sweep, a good general purpose carving tool.. An ideal worker made by one of the best American toolmakers of the era.
$28
Item Number c5007
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Extra-Thin 1/4in Tang Chisel.
This chisel was made by J.T & H.A. Pratt, a mark which appears in the EAIA DAT but has no details. I've found references to a couple of other edge tools by this firm with no further details. It's 9.5in long overall. It's clean and perfectly usable with zero pitting on the back. The handle looks a lot like Buck Brothers. It's made of apple with some nice curl to it. A fine worked by this somewhat unknown maker.
$24
Item Number c5013
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Super Thin Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel is 9in long overall. It has the fancy style apple handle that Buck offered on their paring chisels. The back is clean near the bevel but there is some pitting well in back of the working area- nothing that would affect use. A fine worker for light paring work, especially between dovetails thanks to the beveled edges.
$26
Item Number c5014
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Moulson Brothers 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This is a beautful example with a super clean blade and a perfect handle. It was made by Moulson Brothers, a top quality Sheffield edge tool maker. It's a standard no. 7 sweep, a good general-purpose configuration. It measures 9.5in long overall.
$25
Item Number c5015
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North Brothers no. 233H Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver and Push Drill.
This example was made prior to the 1946 Stanley acquisition of North Brothers. It is complete in its original box with the original instruction tag. It has two original screwdriver bits and the three fluted bits that were sold separately. It will function as both a spiral ratchet screwdriver and a push drill. The tool itself is in excellent working condition. The box bottom is in great shape. The top is not in good shape- it's complete but in need of repair. A nice complete example in great shape
$28
Item Number m4051
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Scarce Goodell-Pratt no. 551 Farriers Butteris.
Goodell-Pratt made just about everything including the no. 551 Horseshoers' Butteris. This example has been used but remains in good condition and is clearly marked along the blade. An unusual Goodell Pratt tool.
$20
Item Number m4052
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Brown and Sharpe 6in Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This is a nice clean example in perfect working order. It is a top quality machinists caliper made by B&S in Providence, RI.
$15
Item Number mml5219
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Starrett 6in Outside Caliper.
This is a nice clean example in perfect working condition. It's a top quality tool made by L.S. Starrett in Athol, MA
$15
Item Number mml5220
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Patternmakers Cranked Gouge.
This is a later Buck tool made in England. It's in near-mint condition with no flaws.
$25
Item Number c5003
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Millers Falls 5in Inside Caliper.
This is a top quality machinists caliper likely made by Millers Falls after the Godall-Pratt acquisition. It's especially clean and works perfectly.
$15
Item Number mml5217
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American 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a small 3/8in bead, ideal for case and cabinet work- anywhere you'd like a decorative bead between boards or along an edge. It's the perfect size to run between boards in a board and batten cabinet back. This one was made by the Auburn Tool Co. Their planes varied greatly in quality over the years. This one is so-so, definitely usable, but not the best. It has a nice long, clean blade which won't require much work to get it sharp and working. A solid worker, but nothing special.
$20
Item Number mp5026
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British 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has seen some use and has light wear but remains usable. It was made by Fairclough & Co of Liverpool between 1856-83. The blade is long and clean, free of any pitting on the back. It cuts a big 7/8in bead, good for larger house moldings. A very common size, thus the low price.
$15
Item Number mp5027
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Stout T.H. Witherby 1/8in Socket Gouge.
This one is a bit of an oddity but it's not the first I've seen. It has the thickness of a socket firmer chisel but this is a gouge- not a chisel. It's 11.5in long overall. The blade and handle are both in perfect condition. An outstanding example by this highly sought-after maker
$30
Item Number c4988
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Original 1938 Millers Falls / Goodell-Pratt Catalog.
249 pages, excellent condition. This catalog is one of the first couple of catalogs the newly combined companies made. It's a regular format catalog no. 42. It contains a wide variety of tools of all sorts. It's a valuable reference book for anyone interested in either company.
$35
Item Number b1381
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Henry Taylor no. 4 5/8in Straight Gouge.
This is a vintage example in perfectly usable condition. It has a flat carved on the handle to prevent it from rolling. The blade is especially clean.
$26
Item Number c4963
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Henry Taylor no. 2 3/8in Skew Carving Chisel.
This is an excellent example in near-mint condition. It's very sharp and ready to work. Still sold today, this retails for $36 new
$28
Item Number c4964
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This example is in exceptional condition. The blade is clean. There is zero pitting. The apple handle is perfect. It's 9 1/2in long overall. It's a general purpose no. 7 sweep. It's a top quality American edge tool in perfect working condition.
$28
Item Number c4949
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Buck Brothers 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This example is in exceptional condition. The blade is clean. There is zero pitting. This example comes with a leather capped apple handle. It's 9 1/2in long overall. It's a general purpose no. 7 sweep. It's a top quality American edge tool in perfect working condition.
$28
Item Number c4950
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Early Hand-Forged 11in Wing Divider.
This is a stout, well-made divider in perfectly usable condition. It's a somewhat unusual design with the... buttressing? around the area where the wing and locking screw intersect on the leg. It has a dark, honest patina but no rust or pitting. The hinge is nice and tight. The locking screw works perfectly. A fine tool for larger layout jobs.
$40
Item Number mml5162
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1976 Starrett Catalog.
I appreciate these vintage Starrett catalogs because they go into detail about the use and selection of their tools. It's more than just advertising. This example is in good condition, though some inside pages are loose.
$5
Item Number b1379
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Stanley no. 0 SW Era Cherry Plumb and Level.
This is a standard no. 0 level made in the 1920s SW era. It's in very good condition with only light wear. Both vials are intact.
$20
Item Number mml5157
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Greenfield Tool Co. 1872 Catalog Reprint.
84 pages, excellent condition. Greenfield was one of the largest planemakers in the mid-19th century. Almost all of their planes were marked with model numbers. This is a valuable reference guide for both collectors and users.
$20
Item Number b1369
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Simonds 1919 Catalog Reprint.
196 pages. New Condition. This is a top quality Roger K. Smith publication. Simonds made all sorts of saws and related tools in Fitchburg, MA. Their handsaws are highly regarded still. A valuable reference book.
$20
Item Number b1371
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Goodell-Pratt no. 2718 18in Mahogany Level .
This is a good, clean level with both the level and plumb vials intact. It was made by G-P prior to around 1935. A fine worker.
$20
Item Number mml5150
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1911 James Swan Catalog Reprint & History.
This is a Ken Roberts publication of the 1911 Swan catalog. It has the company's full line of tools along with Roberts' commentary of the company's history as well as an extended documentary of Swan originally published in 1902. 128 pages, excellent condition. The best Swan reference out there.
$28
Item Number b1349
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Original 1921 Disston Lumbermans Handbook.
This is an original 160 page book in very good condition. It has some very light wear along the spine. It discusses, at length, the various saws the company sold at the time focusing on the lumber industry.
$30
Item Number b1351
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1926 Disston Saw, Tool, & File Book.
This is one of the earlier examples of this booklet Disston published for decades. It covers the use, care, and selection of Disston's full line of woodworking tool. The rear cover is missing. All interior pages are in good condition
$15
Item Number b1352
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Marshall-Wells Hardware Co. Catalog Reprint.
Marshall-Wells was a Duluth, MN hardware dealer. This 1910 catalog reprint is 138 pages and in excellent condition. It contains the company's full line of mostly woodworking tools. M-W sold tools under the Zenith brand, among others. Most were made by major toolmakers of the era, including Stanley planes. It's the only reference I'm aware of for this company's tools.
$20
Item Number b1353
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A.J. Wilkinson Catalog Reprint.
Wilkinson was a major Boston, MA hardware dealer operating for decades and selling all sorts of tools and hardware. This catalog dates to around 1867 according to the research included at the end of the book. It contains a full line of woodworking tools including the earliest Leonard Bailey patent hand planes. It's a fascinating look at the tools sold right around the Civil War era. 162 pages, new condition.
$24
Item Number b1354
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A.J. Wilkinson Catalog Reprint.
Wilkinson was a major Boston, MA hardware dealer operating for decades and selling all sorts of tools and hardware. This catalog dates to around 1867 according to the research included at the end of the book. It contains a full line of woodworking tools including the earliest Leonard Bailey patent hand planes. It's a fascinating look at the tools sold right around the Civil War era. 162 pages, new condition.
$24
Item Number b1355
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Tower & Lyon Co. 1904 Catalog Reprint.
This 112 page catalog reprint is in excellent condition. It contains a full line of tools of all sorts including the well-known Chaplin patent planes. A hard to find, but useful reference.
$15
Item Number b1356
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Sargent Planes Catalog Reprint.
This is a 1975 reprint of the ca. 1925 original. 56 pages, excellent condition. It details all of Sargent's top quality planes including some very rare and quite odd examples. A hard to find and useful reference.
$20
Item Number b1357
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Heckel: Sargent Planes: Identification and Value.
This is the small format version of the 84 page reference guide to Sargent tools. To my knowledge it's the only and best reference guide to Sargent out there. This example has two original inserts Heckel printed to go along with it. If you are at all interested in Sargent planes this is the reference book to have
$20
Item Number b1360
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Buck Brothers 1890 Catalog Reprint w/ Extras.
This is a 120 page Buck catalog published with Ken Roberts. It includes about 20 pages of additional commentary and content by Roberts on the company's history. This commentary is not included in all versions of this catalog reprint- this is the one you want for your library. Buck was the foremost maker of edge tools in 19th century America, making this an important reference.
$26
Item Number b1362
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Original Atkins "Saw Sense" Pocket Catalog.
This small 32 page catalog is said to date to ca. 1910. It is in very good condition with some light wear. The pages are all perfectly legible and filled with illustrations. It's a great little Atkins reference.
$15
Item Number b1363
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1925 United Hardware & Tool Company Catalog Reprint.
80 pages, softcover, excellent condition. This is a somewhat important reference as United Hardware and Tool was a major reseller in the early 20th century. They sold many tools under the "Fulton" name brand. This brand is frequently associated with Sears but this catalog suggests at least some of these tools were sold by United instead. They sold a full line of tools of all sorts including many German wooden planes sold under the Columbia brand name. It's a somewhat hard catalog to find today, and very useufl.
$26
Item Number b1346
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Hammacher Schlemmer Piano Makers Tool Catalog Reprint.
This 80 page catalog reprint has a full line of piano, organ, and violin maker's tools. It includes many specialized tools and the well-known piano maker's infill mitre panes.
$20
Item Number b1347
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John Weiss & Sohn 1909 Catalog.
This is a reprint of the 1909 original and includes an English translation of each page. Contains many traditional European tools as well as imported tools from the US and UK.
$15
Item Number b1330
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Sears Tools, Machinery, and Blacksmiths Supply Catalog Reprint.
This is the Sears "wish book" for tool lovers. It's a softcover reprint in excellent condition
$10
Item Number b1331
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C.E. Jennings Catalog Reprint.
This is one of the only Jennings reference books I'm aware of. It's an uncommon book to find and an excellent reference. Jennings made a huge assortment of tools of all sorts from braces, edge tools, auger bits, to fully equipped tool chests. This example is in very good condition, free of damage.
$20
Item Number b1335
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Original Starrett 1938 Full-Line Catalog.
282 pages, excellent condition. I really appreciate these vintage Starrett catalogs for all of the information on the use of their tools, not just the usual marketing speak.
$15
Item Number b1340
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Brown and Sharpe 1960s Shop Tool Manual.
This is an original 160 page book the details the selection, use, and care of B&S machinists tools. It's in very good condition with some very light wear but no damage.
$15
Item Number b1319
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Tower & Lyon Co. 1904 Catalog Reprint.
This 112 page catalog reprint is in excellent condition. It contains a full line of tools of all sorts including the well-known Chaplin patent planes. A hard to find, but useful reference.
$15
Item Number b1320
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DR Barton 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. It's a high quality plane in excellent working condition. The boxing is dead straight, the blade long and clean. A fine working example in this large, common size, ideal for house moldings.
$20
Item Number mp4975
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Early 3/8in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by William Raymond who worked as a planemaker from 1791-1820 in Beverly, MA. The plane cuts a 3/8in wide by 3/8in high ovolo. It's seen considerable use and has a somewhat worn sole, not unexpected for a 200+ year-old plane. It could still be used. The blade is clean and has a good amount of life left. The fence edge it still crisp enough to hold the plane in place. It's a nice looking plane despite the hang hold drilled at the rear.
$30
Item Number mp4957
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Moseley 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality molding plane made by Moseley in London in the late 19th century. As with all Moseley planes, this one is top quality. It's clean, crisp and in perfect working order. It's a common, and less desirable larger size, thus the low price.
$15
Item Number mp4944
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L&IJ White 1/8in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has holes bored in the size to allow it to be used with a plow plane's fence. Doing so will allow it to cut any number of reeds parallel to one another along the length of a board. The plane is definitely usable- the blade is long and clean and the boxing is straight. The boxing does have some chips missing, but that won't affect use. Not a collector's item, but a solid worker in a rare small size
$24
Item Number mp4952
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Lufkin Tapes and Rules 1910 Catalog Reprint.
120 pages. Excellent condition. This catalog has Lufkin's full line of tape measures, rules, folding rules, log measures, etc. An excellent reference book to this company's top quality tools
$10
Item Number b1291
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Original Lufkin Tool Catalog.
This 160 page catalog is in excellent condition. It likely dates to around 1940. It has the company's full line of machinists tools, rules, tapes, and other tools. Lufkin made a broad line of top quality tools in Saginaw, MI. This example contains its original insert featuring the tools that were introduced during the year. A great reference.
$15
Item Number b1292
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DR Barton Catalog Reprint.
This 16 page booklet has its original introductory letter. It is one of the very few references to DR Barton tools.
$10
Item Number b1295
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1966 Starrett Full Catalog.
Starrett- The Tools of the Future! 544 pages, very good condition. An education in machinists tools and a useful reference.
$10
Item Number b1300
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Buck Brothers 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a top quality American edge tool made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It has a clean back and a fresh bevel grind. The apple handle has some light wear at the end. It's 10.5in long overall. An ideal example to put to work
$24
Item Number c4862
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Excellent English 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham by Edward Preston, likely between 1864-94. It's a top quality plane in excellent condition overall. A fine worker in a common larger size.
$15
Item Number mp4932
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Greenslade 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality plane made by Greenslade in Bristol, England. It's seen a lot of use but remains in fine working condition. The blade is clean, the boxing straight. A perfectly usable plane in a very common size
$15
Item Number mp4923
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7/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Hall, Case & Co in Columbus, OH between 1847-52. It's a top quality plane with a fully boxed sole, a rarity on a plane of this width. The plane is clean and crisp. The blade is likewise clean and free of pitting. A fine worker in this large size
$20
Item Number mp4926
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