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New Tools Were Last Added: 2020-09-14

Update 2020-09-14 Hi Folks- happy Monday! This evening I continued cleaning out my tool storage area and came up with several dozen new tools to add to the list. There are a lot of interesting things including some superb machinists tools, a lot of Lufkin tools in their original boxes, some big axe heads, and other fun stuff. I will continue to add tools to the list this week. Thanks for looking! --Josh


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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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Rare Goodell-Pratt No. 186 Breast Drill.
This is a truly rare beast of a breast drill made by Goodell-Pratt in Greenfield, MA. It is a top quality tool with several innovations. First, the drill has two speeds, as selected by the shifter knob on the frame. Fast speed is roughly 3:1 drive ratio, "slow" is roughly 1:1. The drill also has four different motions, selected by turning the knurled ring on the outside of the main gear. The motions are Direct drive, Left- and Right-Handed ratchet, and Reciprocating, or double ratchet in which the chuck turns clockwise no matter which way the crank handle is turned. The double gear mechanism is completely enclosed in a cast iron frame to protect it. The breast plate has its original leather "saddle". The massive three jaw chuck can hold bits up to 1/2in diameter. This is a truly massive drill weighing in at 10.5 pounds. This example works very well. It's been disassembled and oiled, reassembled and fully tested. I've included the original catalog pages which contain a full description of the tool. It retailed for a hefty $15 back in 1922. Adjusting for inflation, this is listed at a good discount.
$100
Item Number d2145
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Small Aiken Patent Hammer Saw Set.
This is a small hammer saw set sold for Sargent, the New Haven, CT hardware dealer and toolmaker. It's a small example for finer handsaws and backsaws. The hammer has a chip on top where it is hit with the hammer. The hardened face that makes contact with the saw tooth is clean and crisp. A nice usable example.
$25
Item Number m3631
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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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Unmarked Sawset.
This is a Morrill style sawset made from aluminum. It's only marked "Made in USA". It can work saws up to 14PPI. It's in excellent working order.
$15
Item Number m3636
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New-Old-Stock Sargent Punch.
Not a woodworking tool, but a fun tool nonetheless. It was made by Sargent in New Haven. It's attached to its original paper point of sale backing. It predates zip codes and bar codes.. it could date to the 1950s or earlier.
$10
Item Number m3638
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Rabone no. 1626 Mahogany Torpedo Level.
This is an especially nice example in excellent condition. It was made by Rabone in Birmingham, England.
$22
Item Number m3643
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Rabone no. 1621 10in Mahogany Level.
This is an especially nice example in very good condition. It was made by Rabone in Birmingham, England.
$15
Item Number m3644
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Morrill Improved Patent Saw Set.
This is a good usable example with two patent dates on the handle. It's capable of working saws up to about 12ppi.
$10
Item Number m3647
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Stanley Yankee Offset Ratcheting Screwdriver.
This small screwdriver is great for working in tight spaces. It is in very good condition and works perfectly.
$10
Item Number m3650
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Large Morrill Style Saw Set.
This is a big sawset for large handsaws or crosscut saws. It was made by Syracuse by E.C. Stearns. It's in perfectly usable condition.
$10
Item Number m3652
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Extra Large Morrill Style Saw Set.
This is a massive sawset for large crosscut saws. It's unmarked, and in excellent working order.
$10
Item Number m3653
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New-Old-Stock Box of WWII Era 6in Calipers.
This is a box of six unused 6in outside firm joint calipers mad eby Cooper & Sons in Sheffield. They were made for the British military in 1943 according to the stamp. These were never removed from their box, other than the one I removed and cleaned off to inspect. The other five are still in their original wrappings and cosmoline coating which has protected them from rust. A very interesting historical artifact.
$45
Item Number mml4733
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Rabone & Chesterman no. 1626 Level.
This mahogany torpedo level was made in Birmingham by Rabone & Chesterman. It has brass feet for wear resistance and little wear. A nice example.
$20
Item Number mml4735
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Lufkin 6in Machinists Rule.
This is a no. 2204R 6in rule graduated in 64ths, 32nds, 16ths, ad 8ths. It's clean and perfectly usable. It's a top quality rule made in Saginaw, MI.
$10
Item Number mml4738
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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 mml4739
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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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New-Old-Stock box of Lufkin no. 8 Rule Clamps.
These rule clamps allow two rules to be connected together for making measurements larger than one rule can accommodate. The rules do not need to be the same width. The original catalog description is included for clarity. These are new-old-stock, still in their original wrappings and packing grease. The original QA paper is included. These are top quality machinists tools made in Saginaw, MI.
$28
Item Number mml4741
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Millers Falls 6in Wing Divider.
This is a super clean all-steel divider in perfect working order. A useful size for layout or design work
$24
Item Number mml4746
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Lufkin no. 2110R 6in Machinists Rule.
This is a good, clean example made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI.
$10
Item Number mml4748
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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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Excellent John Moseley 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Moseley & Son in London int he 1860s-80s. As you'd expect with any Moseley plane, this one is absolutely top quality with a high level of fit and finish. It's in perfect working order with a clean blade and dead straight boxing. If you need a larger side bead to put to work you can't do much better than this one.
$24
Item Number mp4668
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Interesting Hand Scraper.
This is a near-perfect example marked "Patent Applied For". I've searched trough DATAMP and can find no matching patents. It has a partial paper label on the handle from the hardware store that sold it. It's made from beech and is in excellent condition with no damage or wear. An interesting, early scraper.
$24
Item Number m3625
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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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Top Quality 1/2in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This side bead was made by Tucker in London in the mid-19th century. It's been used but remains in excellent working order. The plane is a top quality tool made with a high degree of fit and finish. A fine worker in a very common size.
$20
Item Number mp4657
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Stanley no. 68 Rabbeting Spokeshave.
This is an early example with the arched Stanley logo on the blade and no markings on the body. It's clean and perfectly usable. A nice example of this somewhat scarce shave.
$35
Item Number m3612
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Rare Stanley no. 62 Reversable Spokeshave.
This is a nice example of Stanley's no. 62 reversible spokeshave. It's clean, complete and only has one tiny chip in back of one of the mouths. The design was patented April 18, 1876 by the prolific Mr. Justus A. Traut. The design is intended to allow the user to shave in either direction to work the prevailing grain direction without rotating the shave in the hand. In my opinion it's a solution to a problem that doesn't exist and far too fragile. Based on the very few number of examples we see it certainly wasn't a commercial success. This is a perfectly usable example if you want to judge for yourself.
$55
Item Number m3613
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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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Early Stanley no. 52 Spokeshave.
this is the flat-handled version of the more common no. 52. It's an early example likely dating to the late 1890s based on the B casting mark and the blade logo. The shave is clean with most original japanning. The blade is nice and clean as well, perfectly usable. It's a simple, effective spokeshave
$25
Item Number m3615
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Brass Glass Cutter.
Marked "Made in Switzerland" this glass cutter is in excellent condition
$5
Item Number m3617
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Keen Kutter Morrill Patent Sawset.
This pliers-type sawset was made by Morrill and sold by E.C. Simmons under the Keen Kutter brand. It's missing some nickel in the high-wear areas but still works perfectly.
$24
Item Number m3618
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Natural Honing Stone .
This stone is 8in long and 1 1/4 in wide. It's housed in a very well-made box with dovetailed corners. The stone is unmarked, quite thick, and clearly natural. I've tried it a bit- I think it's a soft Arkansas stone, or the equivalent. It cuts well and leaves a very fine scratch pattern. The box is a work of art.
$20
Item Number m3621
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Early, Hand-Forged 11in Wing Divider.
This is a classic British style wing divider. It's clearly hand-forged with obvious forge-welds and a hand-made heart-shaped locking screw. It's completely unmarked. The decorative work on the hing and legs is well-done. It works perfectly and is a gorgeous example of the type.
$45
Item Number mml4721
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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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Millers Falls no. 718 Chain Drill Mint IOB.
This chain drill is complete and unused in its original box. The chuck has all of its original bright nickel plating. The small wrench used to adjust the chuck is also included. The box has some light wear and a good label. An outstanding example
$35
Item Number d2138
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Goodell-Pratt Chain Drill.
This is a nice clean example in perfectly usable condition. It's used along with a brace and bit to bore holes in pipe, poles, or anything that requires the brace to be pulled into the work at a consistent speed. It uses a unique mechanism to advance the feed- a small sprocket that rides along a gear which drives the threaded shaft. This example is equipped with a three jaw chuck for use with round shank bits.
$28
Item Number d2139
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Early Millers Falls no. 3 Push Drill.
This automatic push drill is unmarked but clearly is a no. 3 as shown in the 1904 catalog excerpt included in the photos. It is in excellent condition with nearly perfect nickel plating and only one tiny dent in the shaft. It works perfectly. It comes with a set of bits held in a wooden tube. A very handy tool for quickly and accurately boring small holes.
$28
Item Number d2140
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Vertias Small Tenon Countersink.
This tenon countersink is in near-new condition in its original box. It may have been used once or twice though it has no wear at all. Retail price new is $100
$70
Item Number m3579
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Vertias 3/4in Power Tapered Cutter.
This tenon countersink is in new condition in its original box. Retail price new is $102
$70
Item Number m3580
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Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge works perfectly and has a lovely patina. The blade is just over 11in long. The rosewood stock is in great shape and has some very nice color and grain. A perfect worker that also looks very nice.
$24
Item Number mml4708
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Rabone 8in Spirit Level.
This is a simple mahogany spirit level made by Rabone in Birmingham. It's in excellent condition.
$12
Item Number mml4709
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Quality 8in Torpedo Level.
This small level is made from beech with brass feet for wear resistance. It's marked "Warranted, Proved True"
$12
Item Number mml4712
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Quirk Ovolo and Fillet Molding Plane.
This plane was made by John Gibson in Albany in the first half of the 19th century. It cuts a profile 1in wide and 3/4in deep. It has a good clean blade with plenty of life left. There is a missing piece of boxing at the heel as shown in the photos, likely from a missed strike with a mallet. It's still usable with the small piece missing, it's just not a collector's piece.
$25
Item Number mp4648
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Unusual 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by David Andruss in Newark, NJ between 1821-41. It's unusual in that the bead has a flat left side as clearly shown in the photos. There is no evidence at all it isn't original. I've never seen one like this. The plane remains in excellent condition and is perfectly usable.
$28
Item Number mp4649
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Most Unusual Left-Handed Molding Plane.
This special-purpose plane cuts a flat bevel with a tiny fillet. It's one of the few left-handed molding planes I've come across. It's very well-made though marked with only a single character at the toe. Most unusual.
$24
Item Number mp4651
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Beech Veneer Hammer.
This is a modern veneer hammer with a UHMW plastic blade. It's new and unused, completely unmarked
$20
Item Number m3608
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Stanley no. 95 1/2 Butt Mortise and Marking gauge.
This gauge is in very good condition with some minor nickel loss on the high wear areas. It has two clean, long cutters. This one was made in the 1910-1918 "type 11" era based on the V logo on the locking screw. It's perfectly usable.
$12
Item Number mml4697
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Interesting 6in British Wing Divider.
This is a classic British style wing divider in particularly nice condition. One leg is forged flat with a curled cutting edge much like a very small, deep sweep gouge. I've seen several examples made like this and can't figure out what they were used for. This design doesn't appear in the vintage catalogs I have (though this example may very well pre-date them) nor in any of Ken Roberts' books on British tools. It has a partial maker's mark you can see in the photos. An interesting divider in perfectly usable condition
$40
Item Number mml4702
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Early Hand-Forged 5in Compass.
This is a well-made, clearly hand-forged early compass. It works perfectly and has a nice tight hinge.
$28
Item Number mml4705
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Beautiful, Early, Hand-Forged Compass.
This 9in compass is clearly quite early and definitely hand-forged. The decorative filework is impressive. It has a very tight hinge and works well. There is a screw-lock holder for what I imagine would have been a pencil or similar. It has no maker's mark I can see. An outstanding tool.
$95
Item Number mml4707
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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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Small Pocket Level.
This small level is unmarked. It looks somewhat like a Stanley but the body has angled sides which is unusual. It has its original screw which allows it to be attached to a framing square.
$10
Item Number mml4687
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Cute Little Rule/Marking Gauge.
This is a 6in long wooden rule equipped with a marking pin and a wedge-lock fence. It's likely user-made. It's an interesting design and works well.
$10
Item Number mml4689
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Patented "Quickset" Divider Caliper.
This design was patented Octber 15, 1929 and manufacturered by Reiner and Campbell of St. Paul, MN. It's a very good example with light discoloration and in perfect working order.
$22
Item Number mml4690
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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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Vintage Aircraft Crash Axe.
This is a vintage aircraft crash axe, likely made by Sikorsky in Stratford, CT. It would have been standard equipment on a military helicopter or aircraft. It has an insulated handle and a serrated axe head. Not technically a woodworking tool, but an interesting piece nonetheless.
$30
Item Number m3595
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Disston Monarch Sawset.
This is a good, usable example with all of its adjusting screws present. It's a small/medium sawset made for handsaws, not for larger saws or fine backsaws.
$20
Item Number m3597
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Moore & Wright 6in Divider.
This is a top quality square-leg divider made in Sheffield. It's in perfect working order and an ideal size for most layout or design work
$26
Item Number mml4681
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Craftsman-made 9in Brass & Mahogany Bevel Gauge.
This is a simple, effective bevel gauge, clearly user-made. It has a thick brass blade that has a nice patina. It works perfectly.
$20
Item Number mml4682
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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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Simon Barley: British Saws & SAw Makers from c1600.
This is the hardcover version in new condition. It is the definitive reference to British saw makers.
$85
Item Number b1176
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Southern Furniture 1680-1830.
A massive 639 page hardcover in new condition. Retails for $75 new.
$65
Item Number b1178
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Robin Wood: The Wooden Bowl.
Hardcover, new condition.
$30
Item Number b1194
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Stanley no. 130 Yankee Screwdriver.
This automatic spiral ratchet screwdriver was mad after the 1946 acquisition of North Brothers. It's in excellent working condition with a smooth ratchet and spiral shaft. It comes with an assortment of bits as shown in the photos. This model is equipped with the return spring for one-handed use. A handy tool for quick assembly, especially in tight spaces where you can't get two hands on the work.
$25
Item Number m3583
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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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5/8in E. Preston Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham, Engladn by E. Preston & Sons. It's a high quality plane that's seen work b
$0
Item Number mp4631
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5/8in E. Preston Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham, Engladn by E. Preston & Sons. It's a high quality plane that's seen work but remains in very good working order. It's a very common size made by a high quality British maker.
$15
Item Number mp4632
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Massive Cast Iron Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is an early-looking plane with a one-piece cast iron body and a 2in wide blade bedded at a low angle. There is a thick mahogany wedge that holds it in place. It's unmarked, likely craftsman made, perhaps from a commercial casting. It's 7 1/2in long and has a lot of heft to it. The mouth is tight and the wedge holds the blade securely. It's definitely usable and certainly interesting.
$60
Item Number p1441
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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
Left-Over and Reduced to: $10
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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Blue Spruce Dovetail Marker.
This marker is made from nice curly maple and is in excellent condition. It marks out dovetails at a 8:1 angle. It's no longer made, which is a shame. It retailed for $40 new when purchased
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Item Number mml4634
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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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Moseley & Son 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Moseley & Son in London in the mid-19th century. It's a high quality plane with a cabinet pitch blade for working hardwoods. The plane is in very good condition overall- it has some light wear and has seen some work. The blade is long and clean though it needs the usual grind and hone you'd expect in a plane of this age. The boxing is still straight and the body is quite clean. It's a fine worker in a very useful size for cabinet work
$28
Item Number mp4185
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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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Superb Mathieson 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
The plane was made in Glasgow by Mathieson & Son, It's in excellent condition with no flaws. A perfect example to cut big beads for house moldings and the like
$22
Item Number mp4262
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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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J. Slocomb 1-2in Outside Micrometer.
Made in Providence, RI by J. Slocomb, this micrometer is in good working order.
$15
Item Number mml4639
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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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Original 1930 Atkins Saw Book for Home Crafsmen.
This is a fun little book with 32 pages. It's fully illustrated and describes Atkins' line of handsaws and other tools, offers suggestions on their care and use, and details several home workshop projects. The cover has split at the spine but remains in good condition. A scarce and fun Atkins reference
Left-Over and Reduced to: $22
Item Number b1096
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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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number b1109
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Jackson & Tyler 1880 Catalog Reprint.
112 pages, excellent condition. This catalog contains this Baltimore, MD hardware company's lineup of woodworking, blacksmiths, and machinist tools. Lots of good stuff in here, not just pricing but many illustrations and descriptions of the tools they sold.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $5
Item Number b1121
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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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $5
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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $5
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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Irwin Micro-Dial Expansive Bit no. 21.
This expansive bit is in excellent condition in its original plastic sleeve. It can bore holes from 5/8inin to 1 3/4in wide. It's a handy, effective tools for when you need to bore an odd-sized hole you don't have an auger bit to match.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number d2091
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Early Machinists Trammel Set.
These trammel points are equipped with 10in long caliper legs. They are unmarked but look like early Starrett to me. The heads are made of brass with nickel plating. They have some patina and light nickel loss but they work well.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mml4407
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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
Left-Over and Reduced to: $18
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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
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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New, Unused GYOKUCHO - Dovetail Saw 240mm.
This saw was purchased from Woodcraft. Item no. 155605. It retails for $54 new. It is in new, unused condition.
$45
Item Number s1370
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