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New Tools Were Last Added: 2020-02-24

Update 2020-02-24 Hi Everyone- thanks for taking a look at my tool list. I added a few dozen new tools to the list this evening with more coming later on this week. Thanks for looking! I hope you find something you like --Josh


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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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W.K.&C. Peace 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This is a standard no. 7 sweep Sheffield-made gouge in good, usable condition. It has a solid handle and no pitting on the inside face. It was made by Peace at the Eagle Works. A good, usable chisel in a useful size
$22
Item Number c4371
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Wm. Marples 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a high quality Sheffield chisel made by Wm. Marples. It's 10in long overall. The blade is perfect- clean and free of pitting. The handle is in good shape except for a paint mark on the end that I'm sure is a shop or owner's mark. A top quality English edge tool in excellent working order
$24
Item Number c4373
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Wm. Marples 3/8in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This gouge is just over 10in long overall. It was made in Sheffield by Wm. Marples. It has a beautiful boxwood handle. The blade is clean and free of pitting. It needs a grind and hone to reestablish and sharpen the bevel but it won't take too much work to have it in excellent working condition
$26
Item Number c4375
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Beautiful Charles Buck 1/4in Tang Carving Gouge.
This is a no. 7 sweep 1/4in gouge with a gorgeous apple handle and clean blade. It was made in Milbury, MA by Charles Buck. The blade is clean and free of pitting. A high quality American edge tool.
$25
Item Number c4376
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Starrett no. 493 Protractor & Depth Gauge.
This is an excellent example of this top quality machinists protractor/depth gauge made in Athol, MA by Starrett.
$35
Item Number mml4385
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Starrett no. 604R 12in Machinists Rule.
This rule is in very good condition with only minor discoloration
$10
Item Number mml4386
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Lufkin Two-Head, 12in Combination Square.
This square was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. It has the square and center heads, both of which work perfectly. The original scribe is present. It's a top quality square in nice shape.
$55
Item Number mml4390
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Stanley no. 24 Small Smooth Plane.
This is an early example dating to ca. 1885-1888 based on the logo and design of the lateral adjuster. It has the bold Stanley mark at the toe with the iconic eagle mark. The plane has seen some use but remains in good, usable condition. The sole is flat and clean. The adjusters work well. The blade has some pitting but the area right in back of the bevel is clean and flat. The bevel is recently ground so it won't take long to have up and running. A solid worker from an early era.
$28
Item Number p1384
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Disston D8 Fine Crosscut Saw.
This is a 26in 9PPI crosscut saw made ca. 1896-1917 based on the medallion. The saw is perfectly usable. The plate is straight and nearly full-depth. It hasn't seen much use. The plate has an even, honest patina but the etch is still legible beneath. The apple handle has some minor wear but no cracks or chips. A solid worker handsaw in a useful size for making accurate crosscuts, especially in thin stock.
$30
Item Number s1279
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Lufkin 4in Round-Leg Divider.
This small divider is in excellent working order. It was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. A top quality machinists tool ideal for layout or design work
$25
Item Number mml4383
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H. Chapin Moving Fillister Molding Plane.
This plane is a model no. 149, made by Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. The plane can cut accurate rabbets up to 1in wide both with and across the grain. It's in very good condition with some light wear. The blade is still very long and clean. The boxing, including the working corner of the mouth, has very little wear. It has an adjustable fence and depth stop both of work well. The nicker blade is a simple dovetailed type which allows the plane to cut clean cross-grain rabbets. A fine working example of this very useful plane.
$60
Item Number mp4286
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Exceptional G.W. Denison 1 1/8in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane is in essentially unused condition. It has no damage and barely any wear. The blades are perfect and quite sharp. It was made in Winthrop, CT by G.W. Denison & Co between 1868-1884. The plane cuts a complete 180 degree bullnose profile on 1 1/8in thick stock. It's a useful size for working implement handles as well, making a passable forkstaff plane. A great example
$28
Item Number mp4268
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Exceptional 1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane is in essentially unused condition. It was made by (or for) D.S & S.P. Geer, a Syracuse, NY hardware retailer dating to ca. 1853-65. This is a rare maker's mark rating (****) for rarity in AWP-V. It has no damage and no evidence of wear. The blades are perfect. The plane cuts a complete 180 degree bullnose profile on 1 1/4in thick stock. It's a useful size for working implement handles as well, making a passable forkstaff plane. A great example
$30
Item Number mp4269
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Excellent 5/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made in London by Richard Nelson in the first half of the 19th century. It's clean and in perfect working order. Both blades are long and in great shape. The depth stop works perfectly. An ideal worker in a very useful size
$40
Item Number mp4272
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Excellent American 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Joseph Gibson in Albany, NY between 1839-1846. It's in excellent condition with no wear or damage. The boxing is dead straight. The blade is perfect. An ideal user for cutting large beads for house moldings and the like
$24
Item Number mp4275
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Superb 5/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by E&T Ring in Worthington, MA in the 1840s. It's in excellent condition with no wear or damage. The boxing is dead straight. The blade is perfect. An ideal worker in a useful, and very common, medium size.
$22
Item Number mp4276
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= 5/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
this plane has an over-stamped maker's mark I can't read. It has light wear. The boxing is dead straight. The blade is perfect. An ideal worker in a useful, and very common, medium size.
$15
Item Number mp4277
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Unusual British Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by McVicar in Perth in the 1850-1870 timeframe. It cuts a 3/4in wide by 3/8in deep flat ovolo profile. It has an extremely long fence and depth stop, much longer than usual. This would make it very easy to use as the extended fence will help keep it at the proper spring angle. It has a nice long, clean blade. It's a very well-made plane in excellent working order. The flat ovolo profile is a very useful one for decorating the edge of a shelf, table top, etc.
$45
Item Number mp4278
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Wm. Marples 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Sheffield by Marples. It's a top quality plane in exceptional condition. The blade, which is bedded at cabinet pitch for hardwoods, is long and clean. The boxing is perfect. It's a top quality plane, perfectly usable for cutting larger beads for house moldings.
$24
Item Number mp4280
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Disston Triumph Sawset.
This is the smallest Triumph model made by Disston. It's suitable for saws up to about 8 or 9 PPI. It has a double-action mechanism which first clamps the plate then sets the tooth. It's a nice example in perfect working order
$20
Item Number m3324
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Nice Craftsman-Made Trammel Set.
This is a matched pair of trammel points in good working order. They look quite early to me but they are unmarked. The points look like wrought iron to me. The casting isn't perfect- the finial on one, which also serves as a set screw, is tapped slightly crooked. They are made from brass, I'm guessing.. it's aged to a nice reddish gold color. The points are about 4in long. They ride on a beam 5/8in wide by 3/8in thick. These perform the same function as a divider or compass, just on a larger scale.
$40
Item Number mml4378
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Stanley no. 7 Two Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Folding Rule.
This rule has extra-large markings, commonly called a "blindman's rule" by tool collectors. This one works well, unfolding flat and has good tight hinges. The scales are pretty clean and definitely legible.
$24
Item Number mml4379
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Greenfield Tool Co. 1872 Catalog Reprint.
Paperback, excellent condition. This is a comprehensive, illustrated catalog showing the entire line of Greenfield planes of all sorts. An exceptional reference to wooden planes of all sorts.
$20
Item Number b1051
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Lufkin 4in Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This caliper has an adjustable point on one leg, The other is a standard caliper. It was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI and is in excellent working order
$15
Item Number mml4374
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Starrett 3in Square-Leg Inside Caliper.
This top quality caliper was made in Athol, MA by Starrett. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly. A top quality machinists tool
$20
Item Number mml4376
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3in Pocket Level.
This small cast iron level has a nickel plated top plate and a screw to allow it to be attached to a framing square or rule. Most of these were made by Stanley. This one is unmarked and looks a little different than most I find.
$15
Item Number mml4377
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1/2in Flat Carving Gouge w/ Boxwood Handle.
This gouge was made by Wm. Greaves in Sheffield. It's 9 1/2in long overall with a no. 5 sweep. The blade is especially clean and the boxwood handle is gorgeous. A fine worker
$25
Item Number c4363
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Millers Falls Corner Brace Attachment.
This is the classic Millers Falls design branded for Craftsman. It's clean and in perfect working order. It allows the user to work into corners and alongside walls where normal operation of a bit brace would be hard or impossible.
$24
Item Number d1974
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5/8in British Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Greenslade in Bristol, England. It's a high quality plane- well made and properly cared for. Both blades are long and clean and the depth stop works perfectly. The wedge for the main blade is a replacement but it fits well. the plane is perfectly usable and a useful size for all sorts of case and cabinet work.
$30
Item Number mp4266
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Double Marking Gauge.
This gauge is in excellent condition and works perfectly. It's clearly manufactured but unmarked. For some reason I want to say it's Ulmia or another European maker, but I can't identify it absolutely. Regardless, it's a good, usable gauge.
$15
Item Number mml4367
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Mathieson 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a very good, perfectly usable plane in a desirable small size.. Made in Glasgow by Mathieson & Son, it's marked 1/4in on the heel but cuts a fat 5/16in side bead by my ruler. It has a long clean blade and perfectly straight boxing. It's seen light use but remains in excellent user condition
$35
Item Number mp4261
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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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1 1/4in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
this plane was made by M. Buck in Manchester, England. According to Goodman's book on British planemakers, Buck worked from 1832-1845. The plane is clean and sound, in perfectly usable condition. It's straight, has a nice tight mouth, and a long, clean blade. A nice example to put to use in a common, general-purpose size
$30
Item Number mp4263
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James Swan 1920 Catalog Reprint .
This 104 page catalog reprint contains Swan's full range of tools from their hey day. It's in excellent condition.
$24
Item Number b987
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Millers Falls 1887 Catalog Reprint .
72 pages, very good condition. This is the expanded version with the full line of braces, drills, mitre boxes, saws, etc. as well as Ken Roberts' commentary on the company history and genealogy. An excellent reference
$24
Item Number b989
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Herring Bros. 1/4in V Carving Tool.
This V tool is clean and crisp with a perfect handle and zero pitting. The blade has an odd slight twist to it but it'll still work just fine.
$22
Item Number c4173
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Big Leach Patent Saw Set.
This saw set was patented by Samuel Leach Jan 19, 1869. It was produced by O. W. Bullock in Springfield, MA. It's 12in long and intended for big rip saw and similar, probably 6PPI and greater. It's in excellent working order and somewhat uncommon.
$20
Item Number m3045
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Starrett 6in Hermaphrodite Calipers with Microadjuster.
This caliper was made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly. Still made today by Starrett, these retail for $176 if purchased new. An excellent working example
$28
Item Number mml4163
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Sandusky 5/8in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 5/8in square ovolo profile. It was made by Sandusky and is usable, but not a high quality plane. Sandusky made some great planes and some junk.. this one is on the low end, usable but not great. It would work just fine for cooperative, straight-grain woods but it's not going to do well with anything too exotic. The blade is in good shape.
$26
Item Number mp3790
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American 3/4in Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane is marked "H. Adams, New York" The mark appears in AWP-IV where it receives (***) for rarity. It's speculated that Adams was a tool merchant who sold planes marked by Auburn. The plane is in very good condition overall with no damage, just light wear. It's entirely usable
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number mp3813
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3/4in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made near Hartford, CT by Chapin-Stephens, sucessors to H. Chapin. It is exceptionally clean and crisp with no flaws. It's one of the most common sizes I find, an one that I get the least demand for, unfortunately. The price does not reflect the quality, just the lack of demand.
$20
Item Number mp3924
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Crisp 3/4in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Griffiths of Norwich. It cuts a 3/4in wide Torus bead, a sort of slanted side bead that looks really nice on larger casing and house moldings. This example is exceptionally clean and crisp. The blade is in good working order. A solid worker.
$30
Item Number mp4052
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Massive 1in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by (or for) the London hardware dealer J. Buck. It's seen a bit of use but remains in excellent working order with no flaws. The cabinet pitch blade is long and clean with zero pitting. It's intended for big house moldings and will work just fine if you have a job for it.
$24
Item Number mp4161
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Early British Quirk Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Higgs in London. The Higgs family made planes from 1785-1828. the plane cuts a curvy quirk ovolo profile 7/8in wide by 5/8in deep. The plane has seen a lot of use but was cared for and still has a lot of life left in it. The blade is clean and recently honed. It has no pitting on the back at all. It has a even honest patina overall and has a nice look to it. It's a nice usable plane in good shape.
$35
Item Number mp4166
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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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Unusual Greenfield Tool Co. 2in Straight Rabbet Molding Plane.
Upwards of 95% of all of the rabbet planes I find have skewed irons. This one has a straight iron. It was made by Greenfield in Greenfield, MA and has the model no. 591 stamped on the heel. The blade was made by Dwights & French in Seymour, CT. It has almost all of its original length left. There is some pitting on the back but the area nearest the bevel is clean and lapped flat so it will be easy to sharpen. The plane has a recently flattened sole. The working edge is crisp and sharp. A solid worker in a desirable size.
$35
Item Number mp4252
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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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Outstanding British 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Greenslade in Bristol, England. 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 mp4255
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Massive 1in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent condition and perfectly usable. It has a light, double-stamped maker's mark I can't read enough of to make out. The plane is interesting in that it has a tight knot in the escapement side- an interesting billet to make a plane from. Regardless, it's in great working condition, ready to cut big side beads for house moldings and such.
$22
Item Number mp4256
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Starrett no. 243 Firm-Joint Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This example is in near-mint condition and works perfectly. It's a top quality machinists tool made in Athol, MA.
$22
Item Number mml4359
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Early Quirk Flat Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of Samuel Kennedy and Dyer White in New York between 1822-40. It cuts a flat quirk ogee 1 3/4in wide by 7/8in deep. The plane is in fair condition- the blade has some pitting. The sole has some damage at the very front of the plane. It could be used but it'll take some work. Still, a very early American molding plane that deserves some rehab
$15
Item Number mp4248
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Moore and Wright 12in Inside Caliper.
This is a top quality English machinists tool in excellent working condition
$10
Item Number mml4356
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Easy Wood Tools- Easy Start Finisher: Round.
This turning tool is in new, unused condition with the original instructions and adjusting wrench. It retails for $60 new.
$50
Item Number c4351
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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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American 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Samuel Cook in Brunswick, NJ between 1825-45. It's in very good working order with no damage and a nice clean blade. The fence has been reinforced with a strip of hardwood for, I assume, wear resistance. A good worker in a very common size
$20
Item Number mp4231
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English Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made in London by Joseph Hopkinson between 1867-72. It cuts a 1in wide by 1/2in deep quirk ogee profile, a very common and useful shape for a variety of work. This example has seen a lot of use but still has some good working life left to it. It has straight boxing and light wear. The blade is okay- the area near the bevel is clean but there is some pitting well in back of the business end. A good, usable plane that will need some tuning but will prove quite useful.
$30
Item Number mp4226
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Original 1940 Cleveland Twist Drill Co. Handbook for Drillers.
This is an original 48 page catalog and pamphlet describing the company's line of drills for hand and machine work, as well as how to use and maintain them. An excellent reference for metalworkers.
$25
Item Number b1020
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Early 8in Wing Divider.
This is a good, usable wing divider. It has a light touchmark on the wing that I can't quite make out. I think it's IGM or something similar. Regardless, it's a solid worker.
$26
Item Number mml4336
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Starrett 4in Inside Caliper.
This is a good, usable caliper made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It has some light discoloration but works perfectly.
$12
Item Number mml4338
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Super-Flat 3/8in Tang Incannel Gouge.
This gouge is a bit over 9in long. It's a super flat no. 2 sweep- barely any curve tot he blade at all. The beech handle is perfect. The blade is pretty clean. It's marked "J.V. Hill" a London edge tool maker who worked ca. 1850.
$24
Item Number c4345
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American 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "L&G Co., New York" The mark appears in AWP-V without much information. The plane is very nicely made with double boxing. It's in excellent condition with no flaws and little wear. The blade is long and clean. The boxing is dead straight and full length. A great example in a useful medium size
$25
Item Number mp4211
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Hand-Forged 14in Compass.
This large divider is clearly hand-forged. No time was spent to make it pretty- it's a massive, functional tool.
$25
Item Number mml4326
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Early 6in Forged Compass.
This is an early, clearly hand-forged, compass in good working order. It has a partial mark I can't hope to read. It's an interesting, early layout tool in good, usable condition.
$28
Item Number mml4323
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PS&W 12in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a model no. 1001 made by Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It's seen a lot of use and has some wear, but is still perfectly functional, if not the prettiest. A good usable brace for turning bit bits.
$26
Item Number d1933
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1/2in Canadian Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane was made by J. Dawson in Montreal. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable. It's an extremely common size in excellent working order.
$22
Item Number mp4192
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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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Crisp 1/2in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality English plane made by Griffiths of Norwich. It has a cabinet pitch blade and is has seen some use but remains in excellent working condition. The blade is long and clean. The boxing is dead straight. A great worker in a very common medium size
$20
Item Number mp4159
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Early American 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "T.FAVOR" on the toe. This mark is shown in AWP-V and marked "UR" for unrated. There is only one other example mentioned and the date of manufacture is ca. 1800. This plane certainly looks like it dates to the turn of the 19th century with its broad, flat chamfers, rounded wedge finial, and overall design. It's a boxed 1/2in side bead in usable condition. There are a few cosmetic flaws- some checks in the handhold you can see in the photos. The iron appears to be original and is in decent enough condition. It's an interesting, early American molding plane.
$25
Item Number mp4154
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Stratton Brothers 28in Level.
This level was made in Greenfield, MA by Stratton Brothers. It has intact plumb and level vials. It was probably refinished but it works perfectly.
$24
Item Number mml4300
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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
$28
Item Number mp4123
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Early "Eureka" 8in Bevel Gauge.
This bevel is marked "Sargent's Patent July 22, 1873" on the blade. This patent is the basis for the Stanley no. 18 "Eureka" bevel gauge that's so popular among workers. I believe this is a "type 1" based on the information in Walter's guide to Stanley tools. It has a nice even patina and works well, despite a small bend in the blade near the end. An interesting, early bevel
$30
Item Number mml4249
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Philly Planes Mitre Plane.
This is an early example of Phil Edward's work simply marked "PJE" It is in excelletn condition, though not quite up to the same standards of fit and finish as his recent work. The toe is simply stamped "PJE". It's 9 1/4in long with a 1 3/4in low-angle single iron. The blade is original and clean. A High quality worker in nice shape. It retails for about $305 new today.
$240
Item Number wbp1123
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Stanley no. 15 Try and Mitre Suqare.
This is a somewhat scarce model. It's the first example I can recall finding. It has a cast iron stock and nickel-plated steel blade. This example was made ca. 1900 based on the logo.
$25
Item Number mml4240
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Usable 1 1/4in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made byS.A. Dalpe in Roxton, Pond, Quebec. It's seen a lot of use but remains in usable condition. It'll require some tuning but should work just fine.
$22
Item Number mp4103
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Stanley no. 12 6in Try Square.
This is an early example of a Stanley no. 12, likely dating to the late 1800s. It has a clean blade that's still straight and square. A solid worker in nice condition
$24
Item Number mml4222
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Unmarked 6in Bevel Gauge.
This all-metal bevel gauge looks like the classic Stanley "Eureka" design but operates by means of a setscrew. It's pretty clean, and works perfectly.
$25
Item Number mml4219
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Sargent 5/16in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made for Sargent, the New Haven, CT based tool merchant, by Sandusky. It's in clean, usable condition with good boxing and a clean blade. It's a somewhat scarce size, but extremely useful fitting nicely between your 1/4 and 3/8in beads.
$28
Item Number mp4085
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Very Interesting Peugeot Saw Set.
This pliers-type sawset was made by Peugeot in France. It's in perfect working order. It has some light discoloration you can see in the photos but the original paint is all there. It has two adjustments to it that allows the user to regulate the amount of set and where the plunger hits the tooth to account for different tooth sizes. It's a really interesting design and looks quite useful
$30
Item Number m3217
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Stanley 1892 Catalog Reprint.
This is Stanley's full line of woodworking tools as it appeared in 1892. An useful reference book.
$15
Item Number b1000
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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
$15
Item Number b996
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Simonds 1919 Catalog Reprint.
This is a high quality reprint made by Roger K Smith. 196 pages, new condition. Contains Simonds full line of saws.
$20
Item Number b999
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Bizarre Double Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This is an interesting idea- a plane that cuts both sides of a Tongue and Groove joint using two different fences, each mounted at a different height. Not a coming and going plane, which is much more common. There is a patented version of this plane, but this one looks quite early and is likely craftsman-made. It's a long plane, 15in overall. I would classify it an interesting curiosity, not really a usable plane.
$24
Item Number mp4049
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Starrett 6in Calipers.
These calipers are in near-mint condition with no wear or discoloration. Made in Athol, MA, they are a top quality machinists tool. Still sold today, they retail for $59 new from Starrett
$24
Item Number mml4145
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Medium-Sized Quirk Flat Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the partnership of Samuel Kennedy and Dyer White in New York between 1822-40. The plane cuts a nice 1 1/4in wide by 3/4in deep flat quirk ogee profile. the plane is clean and crisp with only very light wear. The boxing is good- the blade needs some reshaping to make it match the sole exactly, not much more than you'd expect in a nearly 200 year old molding plane. It's a useful profile and a very nice molding plane
$40
Item Number mp4012
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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 perfect conditon
$15
Item Number b981
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Small Leach Patent Saw Set.
This is the smallest version of the Leach saw set. It's clean and works well. It looks useful for any size handsaw and coarse-medium backsaws.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $18
Item Number m3050
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3/4in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Gardner in Bristol, England likely in the 1840s. It's clean and crisp with only light wear. The blade is especially nice, completely clean and lapped. It's a good usable example in a larger size for big moldings and house moldings.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mp3849
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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.
$5
Item Number b933
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7/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Albany, NY by the partnership of Bensen and Crannell. The firm operated in the mid-19th century from 1843-62 and was a prolific maker. The plane cuts a larger 7/8in side bead for house moldings and the like. It's seen little work and is in excellent condition overall.
$22
Item Number mp3897
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