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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
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H. Chapins Sons 1890 Catalog Reprint.
This 82 page catalog is in excellent condition. It has the company's full line of wooden bench, molding, and plow planes as well as rules, layout tools and other sundry tools. An excellent reference for the molding plane enthusiast.
$15
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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
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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
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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
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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
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tiny 1/8in ADDIS Veining tool.
This gouge was made in London by Addis. It has an early mark that dates to the early 19th century according to the research I have found. It's a scarce profile in usable condition. The handle isn't original but it works just fine. A fine worker.
$22
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Unusual Butcher 1/4in Tang Gouge.
This gouge was made by W. Butcher in Sheffield. It has a good handle and a nice clean blade. The end of the blade is ground down a bit, as shown in the photos, for some unknown reason. Still a good, usable gouge.
$15
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7/8in Stanley Everlast Chisel.
This chisel is 9 1/2in long. It has a decently clean back and a good sharp bevel. The steel cap has a small chip in it as seen in the photos. a decent usable example of this very desirable chise
$24
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Massive Wm. Marples 1/2in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is 14+in long, made in Sheffield by William Marples. It's seen a lot of use but remains in good, usable condition. The blade back is clean and free of pitting. The handle has some checks towards the socket but it looks plenty stable to me. The handle is hooped to absorb mallet blows. A sturdy worker in a useful size.
$30
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James Swan 3/8in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 11+in long including the handle. the handle is a bit on the simple side but works perfectly. The chisel back is clean and recently lapped. The bevel freshly ground. a top quality worker made by Swan in Seymour, CT.
$25
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I&H Sorby 3/8in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This is a light-medium duty mortise chisel made in Sheffield by Sorby. It has a small bit of light pitting on the back. The boxwood handle has some light wear as well. It's a little over 12in long overall. A solid worker with a few minor flaws.
$22
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Thick Marples 3/16in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is clean, sharp, and ready to work. It's 13in long and has a stout, laminated blade. There is a crack or seam in the tool steel 3in back of the bevel, but it does not extend to the softer top layer so I think it's fine to use. The handle is perfect. An imperfect chisel, but usable.
$22
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Stout 3/4in Socket Chisel.
This chisel has a thick blade and looks quite early. The socket is clearly forge-welded. There is a partial maker's mark but all I can read is "& Son" for certain. The blade has some discoloration but the area near the bevel is lapped clean and flat. The handle is in great shape but certainly not original A good worker for tough jobs.
$24
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Mathieson 3/4in Tang Chisel.
This chisel is 11in long and in excelletn condition. The blade is free of pitting. The handle is perfect. It was made by Mathieson in Glasgow- a high quality edge tool.
$24
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Massive Greaves 1in Tang Chisel.
This chisel was made in Sheffield by Isaac Greaves. It's a real odd-ball being 13+in long with most of that in its massive blade. It's a full 1/4in thick at the business end and tapers to about 3/8in towards the tang. The blade is especially clean and completely free of pitting. It has a small boxwood handle that has some night tight curly figure. It's an oddity and in great condition
$30
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Marples 3/16in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This is a medium-duty mortise chisel made by Marples in Sheffield. It's in excellent condition with a clean, sharp blade. The handle is painted green, which must have been an owner's or shop mark. It's just over 10in long overall and plenty stout enough for cutting mortises in most stock, just not ideal for big timber framing jobs. A top quality chisel in great condition
$25
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Massive Wm. Greaves 1/2in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This chisel was made at the Sheaf Works by Greaves in Sheffield. It's clearly marked with the maker's name as well as "Electro Boracic Steel" on the reverse. The blade is especially clean without a hint of pitting on the back. It has a simple, effective handle that looks like it could stand up to hard work. A solid worker for big jobs.
$35
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Stout Robert Sorby 1 1/4in Firmer Chisel.
This chisel was made in Sheffield by Robert Sorby and has the firm's kangaroo logo on the blade. It's 12.5in long overall including the hooped handle. The blade has a freshly ground bevel. The back is lapped clean and flat in the working area. The blade is especially thick. Combined with the hooped handle, this tough chisel is well suited for the toughest jobs.
$30
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7/8in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger cuts 7/8in round tenons. That's it's only job. It has two blades, both of which are in good condition. The tapered square shank has some wear but I've tested it in a brace and it holds just a fine. A perfectly usable example.
$28
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Stanley no. 923 12in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a clean, crisp example in perfect working order. It's a later model likely dating to the 1950s. There is still some of the original label left on the pad. It has handles made of the wonder material of the age- plastic, which were promoted as being indestructible. It's a larger size ideal for turning big bits where lots of torque is required. A fine working example in a useful larger size
$26
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Extra-Large Millers Falls 14in Hold-All no. 730 Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a heavy-duty bit brace with the famous "hold all" chuck capable of holding just about any shape bits including those with round shanks. This particular example was made between 1910 and 1939 based on the patent dates and the Millers Falls, MA location marked on the chuck. It has cocobolo handles, both in very good condition with just some missing finish. The chuck works perfectly and the jaws have no wear. The ratchet is nice and smooth. It's a perfectly usable example in the largest, and hardest to find size Millers Falls made.
$40
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7/8in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger cuts a 7/8in round tenon. It has no maker's mark, nor does it have a provision for a depth stop. Both blades are in excellent condition. There are screw adjusters on each blade to make changing the blade depth quite easy. The tapered square shank has minimal wear. It's perfectly usable
$30
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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.
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Morrill Patent Saw Set.
This sawset is in good, usable condition. It would be useful for saws about 10PPI or less unless the plunger was modified.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $10
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Large Beech Spokeshave.
This shave is a little larger than most- it's 11.5in long with a 3 1/8in wide blade. The blade is long free of pitting, and has a good sharp bevel. The beech body has some light wear but nothing major. It's marked "F. Newton" on one handle which i believe is an owner's mark. It has a very faint stamp on the front I can't make out. It'll be a fine worker for sure.
$28
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Large Coopers Drawknife.
This drawknife is 19in long overall and has a 10in blade. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. The bevel is quite sharp and is free of nicks. The handles are in great shape. It has a stamped mark on the blade that's hard to read. A very nice, usable example
$40
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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
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Saw Set.
This saw set was made for Dunlap. It's a typical Atkins design, likely made for Dunlap by them. It's in near-perfect condition with all original nickel. An excellent example of this simple and effective sawset.
$25
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Stanley no. 30A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This screwdriver is in excellent condition and works perfectly. It was made by Stanley after 1946. It has three bits with it including the hard to find Philips driver. This model does not have the return spring. It's a handy tool to have.
$24
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North Brothers no. 130A Automatic Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is a good, usable example made in the mid-late 1920s based on the patent dates. It operates smoothly as both a ratchet screwdriver and spiral screwdriver. It has most original nickel plating. It comes with three bits including the hard to find small Phillips bit. A handy tool for quick assembly/disassembly. In case you don't keep score, this model does not have the spring-loaded return.
$28
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Spokeshave.
This all-metal shave is simple and effective. Though this example is unmarked, it's the same design made by Goodell-Pratt and later for Dunlap for many years. It's in excellent condition with a long, clean blade
$24
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General Hardware Honing Guide.
This guide was made by General in New York. It can be used with a stone on a benchtop or with a large treadle-driven grindstone. It's in good, usable condition
$10
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Unusual Wm. Johnson Spokeshave.
This shave was made by Johnson in Newark, NJ. It's 11in long with a 3 1/4in wide blade. It has a dovetailed wear plate in front of the blade that could be bone or ivory. The blade is in decent shape with some scattered pitting but a good bit of life left. The top is marked "1859". It's an interesting, usable example
$35
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Excellent Beech Spokeshave.
This shave is 10.5in long with a 2.5in wide blade. It's seen a little use and has slight wear around the mouth. The blade is in excellent condition. A fine working example.
$28
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5in Patented Machinst Calipers.
This caliper was made by Meigs-Powell Co of Milwaukee, WI. It is marked "Welles Patent" on the other leg. This patent relates to the patent granted May 07, 1889 to Fred A. Welles for the design of the hinge. It is in excellent condition and works perectly
$15
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Big, Early 14in Wing Divider.
This big wing divider is clearly hand-forged and works perfectly. A good looking, useful layout tool for larger work.
$45
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9in British Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has a beautiful rosewood stock and works perfectly.
$20
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Starrett 12in Calipers.
These calipers are in exceptional condition and work perfectly. Made in Athol, MA, they are a top quality machinists tool. Still sold today, they retail for $79 new from Starrett
$24
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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
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Starrett no. 135 4in Machinists Level.
This level is in very good condition. The finish is near-perfect and the vial is intact.
$18
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Moore and Wright 3in Inside Caliper.
This is a top quality machinists caliper made in Sheffield. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$15
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Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has a clean 7 1/2in long blade. The rosewood stock is gorgeous. It works perfectly.
$22
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Small Well-Made Marking Gauge.
This gauge is unmarked and could be craftsman-made. It has a 6in beam with a long knife-edge cutter dovetailed into the end of the beam. It works perfectly and will prove quite useful.
$28
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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
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Gorgeous 12in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has a lovely rosewood stock with great grain and color. The blade is a little discolored. It operated by means of a set screw and works perfectly. It's completely unmarked.
$24
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Stanley no. 1 Winterbottom Patent Try and Mitre Square.
This is an early example with the walnut infill. It's in good, usable condition. The blade has some small bends in it but it's still square and usable
$20
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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
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Rabone no. 1638 Two-Foot Folding Steel Rule.
This rule was made in Birmingham, England by Rabone. It has brass end caps and is in excellent condition.
$24
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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
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Stanley 6in no. 1 Winterbottom Patent Try and Mitre Square.
This is an early example with the walnut infill. It's in good, usable condition. The blade is straight and square. It has some light discoloration. The wood infill is in great shape. A nice usable example of this popular square in a handy size for bench use
$28
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10in Outside Caliper.
This is a high quality caliper made by the Union Caliper Co. of Orange, MA. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$15
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Starrett 10in Outside Caliper w/ Microadjuster.
This is a high quality machinsts caliper made in Athol, MA by Starrett. It has some discoloration and scattered light pitting but still works perfectly.
$20
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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
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12in Combination Square.
This square was made for Craftsman, likely by Union in Orange, MA. It's in very good, usable condition with the original scribe.
$20
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Stanley Walnut Infill Try and Mitre Square.
This is a decent, usable example. It has Traut's patented pewter infill around the screws and a walnut infill in the stock. The blade has some wear but it's still square. It's a tough tool that can be used outdoors without hesitation. A decent, usable example.
$18
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Lufkin no. 42 12in Rule and Double Bevel.
This rule was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. It's in excellent condition with clean scales and tight bevel blades. An excellent example.
$30
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Cute 12in Panel Gauge.
This is a craftsman-made panel gauge made of beech with a dovetailed rosewood wear plate under the marking point. It's seen a lot of use as evidenced by the many marks on the beam where the locking screw made impressions as it was set and unset. It's still perfectly usable and has developed quite a nice patina from age and careful use.
$28
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Stanley no. 15 SW Era Try and Mitre Square.
This is a somewhat scarce model made up until the 1930s. This is a SW era example made in the 1920s-early 30s. It's missing nickel and is in fair condition, but usable. The blade is 9in long.
$15
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Early Stanley no. 2 Inproved Try Square.
This all-metal square was given the model no. 2 at its introduction in 1874 then changed to the no. 12 in 1898. This is a no. 2 based on the May 26, 1874 patent date on the lead fill around the rivets securing the stock to the blade. It's in good, usable condition with a bit of discoloration and some minor japanning loss. It's still straight and square. An interesting, early Stanley tool.
$22
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Interesting 6.5in Wing Divider.
This wing divider looks like it was made by a craftsman. It has some file marks and a fairly simple design, both of which tell me it wasn't made in a factory. It works perfectly and looks pretty nice. It will make an effective layout or design tool.
$28
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Moore and Wright 6in Outside Caliper.
This is a high quality Sheffield-made caliper in excellent condition. It works perfectly- handy for gauging parts on the lathe while turning
$15
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Union Tool Co. 6in Outside Caliper.
This is a high quality machinists' caliper made by Union in Orange, MA. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$12
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Excellent 9in British Bevel Gauge.
This is a simple, effective bevel gauge made in the typical British style. It has a mahogany stock and blued blade. It works perfectly. It's completely unmarked.
$15
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Rosewood British Bevel Gauge.
This is a simple, effective bevel gauge made in the typical British style. It has a nice rosewood stock and 10.5in blade. It works perfectly. It's completely unmarked.
$15
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Rosewood Mortise Gauge.
This gauge is made from rosewood with brass wear plates in the head. It works perfectly and has long, sharp points. It has a scratched-out maker's mark. I believe it's British. It's a good, usable example of this very useful layout tool
$28
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6in Compass.
This compass is marked "Hilger & Sons, Cast Steel" This mark appears in the EAIA DAT but there is no information about where or when the company operated. This example is in perfect user condition. The hinge is as tight as you'll find and the points are even. A handy little layout tool
$28
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Near-Mint Starrett 6in Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This caliper, made in Athol, MA by Starrett. Is in near-mint condition and works perfectly. A top quality machinists tool.
$22
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12in Brown and Sharpe Outside Caliper.
This caliper is in good working condition. It has an even, honest patina. It was made by B&S in Providence, RI.
$15
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Stanley no. 25 8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a nice clean example with a colorful rosewood stock and almost all of the original bluing on the blade. It works perfectly.
$24
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7in Wing Divider.
This divider is marked "Dunlap & Mead". The EAIA DAT has no listing for this firm, but an article in the Feb 25, 1892 edition of Iron Age magazine has an article on C.W. Dunlap indicating he ran a New York tool making business in the late 1890s. The divider works perfectly and is in very good condition with some minor staining- a good size for layout or design work.
$28
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Large 15in Wing Divider.
This big divider was made, or made for sale, by the Russell & Erwin Mfg. Co of New Britain, CT. It works perfectly and has an even, honest patina. It's perfectly usable and an unusually large size
$35
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Excellent 6in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
this is a superb little bevel with no maker's mark I can see. The design on the locking screw is unique in my experience. The rosewood stock is near-perfect, a couple of owners' marks are the only flaws. The blade is crisp and clean. It adjusts easily and sets securely. A fine working example and quite attractive.
$28
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High Quality 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by W. Sarjent in Reading, England. It's a well-made plane with double-boxing and a York pitch blade. The plane is clean and crisp with no damage. The blade is in excellent condition. It's completely usable.
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
$24
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5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has no visible maker's mark. It's clearly a high-quality plane based on the double-boxed sole. The blade is long and clean. A perfectly usable plane in a common medium size.
$18
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Odd and Interesting Molding Plane.
This plane is purpose built to cut a small groove along its side. I've never seen one quite like it. I imagine it was built for a specific task- one that I can think of offhand that would require a groove with these dimensions is cutting the groove in the sole of a molding plane to accept hammerhead boxing. The plane is well-made but has no maker's mark. While the mechanical parts are all well-done, it lacks a bit of the fit and finish you'd expect to see from a plane made for sale. A very interesting plane
$25
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5/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by J. Kellogg in Amherst, MA in the mid-late 19th century. It's in clean, usable condition. It's the most common size side bead I find.. a good size for larger case moldings and house moldings.
$15
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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
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3/4in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Charles & Co. in Birmingham in the mid-19th century. It's seen lots of use and has an even, honest patina. the blade and boxing are both still in good, usable condition.A perfectly usable plane with a lot of history behind it.
$15
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J. Buck 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by, or for, J. Buck in London in the mid-19th century. There is a small chip in the boxing at the rear of the plane, aside from that it's absolutely perfect. An excellent working example for larger house moldings, etc.
$18
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Exceptinal Greenfield 1 1/4in Handled Double-Nicker Rabbet Plane.
This plane is in outstanding condition and perfectly usable. The beech body is crisp and clean with nice sharp corners. The mouth is tight. The attached handle (which is factory-original) is in perfect condition. The body is still dead straight. The blade has some light pitting as you can see in the photos, but the area nearest the bevel is lapped flat and clean. Both nicker blades are present and original length, It can be used to cut rabbets with or across the grain or for use in cutting 5/4in dados should the need arise. It was made in Greenfield, MA by the Greenfield Tool Co. It's a model 651. An outstanding example.
$45
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1/4in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by King & Co. in Hull. It's in excellent condition with little wear and perfect boxing. The blade is clean and free of pitting. It needs a quick grind and hone to get it back in working order, as you'd expect. It cuts a 1/4in bead, a very desirable size for woodworkers today. A high quality plane in excellent condition
$35
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5/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Berry, the London planemaker working on Song Lane from 1840-1878 according to Goodman's book on British planemakers. The plane has seen a lot of use but is still in very good working order, a testament to how well it was made. It is still dead straight and has two good, long blades. The depth stop works perfectly. It's a great size for case and cabinet work, though it's not a common size to find.
$35
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2in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane w/Nicker.
This plane has an over-stamped maker's mark that's hard to photograph. I am 100% certain that it's H. FOGG, a mark that appears in AWP-V. Not much is known of this maker- it's speculated that it dates to the mid-19th century and possibly Vermont as the origin. It rates (****) for rarity. The plane itself is in very good condition with a nice long blade. The blade has some pitting away from the edge but the area nearest the bevel has been lapped clean and flat which is all that matters. The nicker blade is tight in the body. The plane has some light wear but the mouth is still tight and the working corner pretty sharp. A solid worker for cutting rabbets both with and across the grain
$40
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Exceptional 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by W. Dibb in York, England, probably in the first half of the 19th century. It's an exceptionally well-made plane in excellent condition. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. It's a common larger size suited for house molding and the like.
$20
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Exceptional 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by G. Berry in London. Berry was a family of planemakers who worked on Old Street for more than a century. It's an exceptionally well-made plane with a double-boxed sole. It's in in excellent condition. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. It's a common medium size for larger furniture moldings, and house moldings. An exceptional plane in a useful size.
$24
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Excellent Moseley 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality side bead made by Moseley in London in the mid-19th century. It's a slipped side bead with a cabinet pitch blade, ideal for working difficult cabinet hardwoods. The blade is clean and long- the boxing is perfectly straight. It's a top quality plane in a useful medium size.
$28
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Small, Curvy Quirk Ovolo and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the famous, and prolific planemaker Reed in Utica, NY. It cuts a 1in wide by 1/2in deep quirk ovolo and bevel profile. It's in very good condition with some light wear and a deep scratch on the sole towards of the front of the plane. The blade is in good shape- quite long with a small bit of very light pitting on the left side. It's perfectly usable and won't take much effort to have tuned and working well. A great general purpose profile in a useful small size
$45
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Interesting Canadian Adjustable Sash Molding Plane.
This plane was made by V.A. Emond in Quebec city and sold by the Chatham NB hardware dealer J. R. Goggin. This plane has two blades which cuts both halves of a sash molding- the rabbet on the outside to hold the glass and the decorative inside profile- a simple ovolo. The plane can be adjusted to work different size stock by means of two screws in the side of the plane. Both blades are long and pretty clean, though they need to be shaped and honed as you'd expect. It has no damage and only light wear.. completely usable and quite interesting.
$40
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1 1/4in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It's a top quality plane that has seen some use but still has a long working life ahead of it. The blade is long and clean, lapped flat in the area near the bevel. It's still straight- not warped at all. A good, solid working rabbet plane
$26
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Matched Pair of 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made by Adam Hope & Co. in Hamilton, Ontario. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock and will work for 7/8in stock as well. They've seen some use, and both have a maker's mark branded on one side. The blades are decent- some light pitting but they lap easily enough. I quickly cleaned up the tongue blade and got it pretty clean and flat in under a minute. It won't take long to tune up into working condition. It's a good, usable pair.
$35
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5/8in American Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Lorenzo Case in Watertown, NY in the 1850s. It's especially clean and perfectly usable. It's dead straight. Both blades are long and clean. It's interesting in that there is no depth stop as you'd expect to see on a dado plane. It's a useful size and perfectly usable plane.
$35
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Stanley no. 80 Cabinet Scraper.
This scraper was made ca. 1900. It has the "B" foundry marks cast under the handles. It has at least 90% japanning on the body and all nickel plating on the thumbscrews. The blade has some discoloration but no pitting. It's long and clean. A perfectly usable example of this useful cabinet scraper
$45
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Sargent no. 42 Adjustable Cabinet Scraper.
This is essentially Sargent's version of the Stanley no. 12. It has an adjustable blade which makes it easy to use, and wide wooden handles which make it easy to hold. The adjustable angle allows you to match the angle of the burr exactly rather than try to sharpen the blade to the right angle to fit a fixed scraper. This example is in excellent condition with a nice patina but no rust. Al of the original japanning is there. The blade is original and also in excellent condition. It was made during Sargent's VBM (Very Best Made) era ca. 1910-1918. An outstanding example to put to work.
$65
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Stanley no. 102 Pocket Block Plane.
This small block plane is 5 1/2in long with a 1 3/8in wide blade. It's in excellent condition with almost all original japanninng and a perfect blade. It's a simple, effective block plane
$25
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Sargent no. 5306 Block Plane.
This plane was made during Sargent's "VBM" (Very Best Made) era ca. 1910-1918. This model is a knuckle-joint block plane very similar to the Stanley no. 18. It's 6 1/2in long and has an adjustable mouth as well as a blade adjuster and lateral lever. This one has been used a bit but remains in very good condition overall. The blade is in great shape and all of the adjusters work well. it's a solid user example of this great general-purpose block plane.
$28
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Early Stanley no. 15 Block Plane.
This plane is identical to the no. 9 1/2 except that the cap, adjusting screw, and throat-adjusting mechanism are nickel plated. This example is on the early side, likely late 1800s. It is in very good condition and perfectly usable. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. The adjusters all work well, including the adjustable mouth. It's a good-looking, great general-purpose block plane to put to work.
$30
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Stanley no. 103 Adjustable Block Plane.
This small pocket block plane that fits well in an apron or tool belt pocket. It's an earlier example with the circular Stanley logo. It's seen some use but still has a lot of working life left in it. The blade is clean. The body has some discoloration and a lot of missing japanning on the cap where the user's hand rests. A solid worker.
$20
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Stanley no. 27 Jack .

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New-Old Stock Buck Brothers 1 3/8in Tapered Plane Iron.
This iron is in factory-new, completely unused condition. It's 7 1/2in long. It would make a great blade for a miniature smoother or a scrub plane. It's a top quality blade in absolutely top condition.
$28
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Stanley 606C Bedrock Body.
This is a good, usable body for a "type 3" Bedrock 606C made between 1900-1908. It has one small ding in the rib but otherwise no damage. Someone out there has a damaged 606 that needs a new bed.
$20
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Strange Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane has a double step on one side sort of like a coachmaker's rabbet but in a regular size. It's missing its blade which should be easy to recreate. It's a very unique form I've never seen before. It was made in Sunderland by EG Fitzakerley in the last half of the 19th century. It's in outstanding condition, save the missing blade.
$15
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New-Old-Stock W.K.&C. Peace 1 3/4in Tapered Plane Blade.
This blade was made in Sheffield at the Eagle works by Peace. It's a 1 3/4in wide and 7 1/2in long. It has never been used. The back has no pitting. It's a great example to put in a smoother or jack plane.
$24
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I.Sorby 1 1/2in Tapered Plane Blade.
This blade is 7 1/2in long. It was made in Sheffield by I. Sorby and has the Mr Punch logo.
$15
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Sheffield 1 3/4in Tapered Plane Iron.
This plane iron is 7 1/2in long. It was made by Sheffield Steel Products. It's crisp and clean with no pitting.
$15
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1 1/2in Hand Plane Blade.
this unmarked blade is 1 1/2in wide and 4 3/4in long. It's a bit too wide for a Stanley no. 1. I'm not sure what it goes to, but I'm sure someone out there will need it.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
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Lie-Nielsen 2in Plane Blade.
This blade is for a No. 62 Low Angle Jack Plane. It is ground with a 90º Bevel and retails for $45 new. It is in new, unused condition
$40
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Stanley Bedrock 2in Lever Cap.
This lever cap will fit a 604 or 604 1/2. It would be proper for a Bedrock type 6 ca. 1911-1922. There is some weird grinding at the edge you can see in the photos. Still, it will greatly increase the value of a 604 with an improper lever cap.
$20
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Stanley Bedrock 1 3/4in Lever Cap.
This lever cap will fit a 605 1/2, 603 or 603 1/2. It would be proper for a Bedrock type 6 ca. 1912-1922.It's in excellent condition. it will greatly increase the value of a Bedrock with an improper lever cap.
$25
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Stanley no. 140 Skew Block Plane Blade.
This is an original blade for a Stanley 140. It has lots of length left and a nice clean back. The front side has some pitting around the logo which is a cosmetic flaw only.
$10
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Stanley no. 62/64 Plane Blade.
This is an original 2in blade for a Stanley no. 62 or 64 low-angle bench plane. It dates to the 'type 11' era. ca. 1910-1918. it has lots of life left and no pitting on the back. A hard to find blade to find for a rare plane.
$25
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16in Panel Saw.
This is a decent, usable saw. It has some broken teeth that will need to be fixed. It's 16in long and 10PPI. It's unmarked, but the saw screws are embossed with an "S". An interesting project.
$15
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Lie-Nielsen 60 1/2 Adjustable-Mouth 90 Degree Plane Blade.
This blade, model no. ARB60.5-90, retails for $40 new. This example is new, unopened, still in its original wrapping.
$35
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Hock Tools 2 1/4in Parallel Plane Iron.
This blade was made by Hock in Fort Bragg, CA. It's 3/16in thick and 7in long. It's in new, unused condition in its original wrappings. It would be ideal for a infill smooth plane.
$45
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Hock Tools 1 1/2in Parallel Plane Iron.
This blade was made by Hock in Fort Bragg, CA. It's 3/16in thick and 5in long. It's in new, unused condition. It would be ideal for a infill smooth plane.
$40
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Stair Saw.
This unmarked beech saw has an adjustable 6in blade. The blade is straight and clean. The beech body is clean with an exception of an owner's name. A solid worker
$28
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Handled Ovolo and Cove Plane.
This is a user-made molding plane that cuts a big 1 1/2in wide by 1in deep ovolo and cove profile. It's not quite big enough to be considered a crown molding. It's decently made with a two-piece oak body and a good blade. It's seen some use so it must be good enough to work.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
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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
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Philly Planes Mini Panel Raiser Plane.
This is an early example of Phil Edward's work simply marked "PJE" It is in excellent 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 designed to cut a small bevel on the ends of a panel. It has a nicker and skewed blade so it can easily work with and across the grain. It cuts a 1/2in wide bevel so it would be good for small door panels, jewelry box tops, etc.
$240
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Interesting Wooden Horned Smooth Plane.
This plane is marked "Austria" on the front and holds a Two Cherries brand blade. The heel of the plane is marked W. Schmitt Co. Newark, NJ. In an article in the CRAFTS newsletter Schmitt is listed as a hardware dealer ca. 1835. This plane is 8 1/2in long with a 1 3/4in wide double iron. The blade is in great shape with no pitting on the back. I believe the plane is made from hornbeam. It has some light wear and a chip in the heel. It's definitely usable and has some interesting history behind it
$28
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Stanley 1941 Full-Line Catalog.
This is the famous no. 34 full-line Stanley catalog printed in 1941. It is 208 pages and in good condition. There is light wear to the cover. All of the pages are in good shape. A great Stanley reference guide
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Disston Saw, Tool, and File Manual.
48 pages, printed in 1945. This example is in excellent condition and still contains the original "don't give this book away" mail-in coupon. It has Disston's full line of hand tools including saws, layout tools, files, etc. The booklet contains instructions on how to use and care for Disston tools.
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Stanley 1879 Catalog Reprint.
This is a 74 page catalog reprint by Ken Roberts. It has the full Stanley catalog as well as the L. Bailey catalog appended to the end of the catalog along with Roberts' commentary on Bailey's split from Stanley. A great early Stanley reference in excellent condition
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Stanley 1879 Catalog Reprint.
This is a 74 page catalog reprint by Ken Roberts. It has the full Stanley catalog as well as the L. Bailey catalog appended to the end of the catalog along with Roberts' commentary on Bailey's split from Stanley. A great early Stanley reference in excellent condition
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Sargent Original Catalog of Planes and Other Tools .
Printed in 1926, 80 pages. It has Sargent's full line of wood-bottom and metal planes as well as layout tools, saw vises, etc. It's in good condition with some wear on the cover. A scarce catalog and a great reference for those interested in Sargent.
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Sargent 1911 Tool Book.
This is an original hard-cover edition of Sargent's Tool Book featuring the company's full line of all types of hand tools. It's in excellent condition with only some very light wear to the cover. The pages are all in great shape. It's one of the few original examples of this catalog I've come across. It was printed during Sargent's "VBM" (Very Best Made) era which was their peak in terms of breadth and quality of their tool offerings.
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Hammacher Schlemmer & Co Piano, Organ, and Violin Tool Catalog.
This catalog is 66 page and contains the company's very specialized line of tools for the piano-maker's trade including planes and other interesting tools. It is a high quality reprint in excellent condition
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Lufkin 1920 Tapes and Rules Catalog Reprint.
Lufkin made top quality machinists tools, tapes, and rules in Saginaw, MI. This 120 page catalog is in excellent condition and has the company's full line of rules and tapes.
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Rare Original Nicholson File Company 1911 Catalog.
This 94 page catalog is beautifully illustrated and contains a history of the company and a look at the manufacturing facilities as they stood in 1911. It has an embossed cover with the Nicholson logo. The spine has some slight damage but the pages inside are perfect. It measures 11x8in. A rare resource
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E. Preston and Sons 1901 Catalog Reprint.
If you are interested in British hand tools this is the catalog for you. This is the 1979 reprint by Ken Roberts. It includes the 101 pages of the original catalog stuffed full of all sorts of hand tools from rules to infill planes, levels to spokeshaves, chisels, boring tools- every sort of hand tool imaginable. It also includes Roberts' history of the company along with period advertisements. Also included is a 1925 "Centenary of Edward Preston & Sons" pamphlet which appears to be original, not a reprint. This is an excellent reference book in good condition.
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Ohio Tool Co. 1910 Catalog Reprint.
This 84 catalog has Ohio's full line of metallic and wooden planes along with edge tools, boring tools, bench hardware, and lots of other stuff. You'd be surprised at the breadth of the Ohio lineup of tools at the turn of the century. An excellent reference
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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.
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Henry Disston 1876 Catalog Reprint.
This 84 page catalog has Disston's full line of saws and other tools. It is in excellent condition with no wear or damage.
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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
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Hammacher Schlemmer & Co 1896 Catalog Reprint.
This massive 402 page catalog contains tools of all sorts and trades. It's a great reference and a hard one to find today
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Goodell-Pratt 1905 Catalog Reprint.
This 176 catalog no. 7 has Goodell-Pratt's full line of woodworking, machinists', and mechanics tools. An exceptionally useful reference catalog
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EC Stearns 1924 Catalog REprint.
This is a gorgeous 88 page catalog showing the firm's full line of tools including spokeshaves, hollow augers, sawsets, clamps, scrapers, vises, etc. An excellent reference book
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Very Scarce C.S. Osborne 1911 Catalog Reprint.
Based in Newark, NJ, Osborne made leather-working and other tools. This is a very hard to find catalog reprint which is strange considering how ubiquitous their tools are.
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H. Disston 1915 The Saw in History Reprint.
This is a MWTCA reprint of the 1915 original. 64 pages in very good condition
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H.D. Smith & Co 1920 Catalog Reprint.
The HD Smith Company is more well known for their line of "perfect handle" tools but they made a wide variety of other tools as well. This catalog has 36 pages and is in excellent condition. It's a hard one to find.
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1894 Millers Falls Catalog Reprint.
This catalog is in excellent condition and contains 70 pages of braces, drills, foot-operated tools, saws, etc.
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Sargent Catalog Collection.
This 180 page book contains three Sargent catalog reprints- 1894, 1910, and 1922. It's an essential Sargent reference and a great source of information.
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Buck Brothers 1/4in no. 32 Spoon Gouge.
this is a 1/4in wide deep spoon gouge made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It's in excellent condition with no pitting at all. It's seen a bit of use and has a small ding in the bevel. It's9in long overall and has a perfect handle. An ideal worker
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Massive, Vintage Two Cherries Chisel.
This is a stout 1in chisel 12in long with a hefty hooped handle. It has a maker's mark I can't quite make out but the two cherries mark is clear. It has a clean back and a nice sharp bevel
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Collection of Eight Dastra Carving Tools.
These tools were made by Dastra, a German edge tool maker dating back to 1835. This is a collection of eight carving tools, all in excellent working order. They have clean blades and excellent handles. Included in the set are: 3/8in spoon gouge, 1/4in left skewed flat spoon gouge, 1/8in Bent gouge, 1/4in spoon gouge, 1/4in flat spoon gouge, 1/4in right skewed flat spoon gouge, 1/8in bent V tool, and a 1/4in "V" spoon gouge. Still sold today by Diefenbacher, these retail for anywhere between $30-40 each if purchased new. They come in a high quality tool roll.
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3/8in British Tang Paring Chisel.
this chisel was made in Sheffield by Stormont. It's 9in long with a beech handle. the back is clean and lapped, perfectly free of pitting. The bevel is freshly ground. It has thin lands and a fine blade, ideal for light paring work.
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Robery Sorby 1/4in Boxwood-Handled Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is a bit over 9in long overall. It has a clean blade with zero pitting. The boxwood handle is excellent with zero damage. It still has traces of the original decal. A high quality Sheffield-made chisel in excellent working condition
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Buck Brothers 3/8in Tang Chisel.
This chisel is 14+in long overall and in excellent condition. It's completely free of pitting and has a sharp bevel. The handle is excellent as well. It's a somewhat later Buck but still a high quality tool in top condition.
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Beautiful Buck 1/4in Socket Chisel.
This is a long, thin, square-sided chisel made by Buck in Milbury, MA. It has its original apple handle which is stamped with the Buck logo and in excellent condition. the chisel is nearly 13in long overall. It has a clean blade with no pitting. The bevel is sharp. A top quality worker.
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3/4in Stanley no. 40 Everlast Chisel.
This is a good, usable example of Stanley's famous Everlast chisel. It has a clean back, thankfully, as these chisels are a bear to lap if they have any pitting. The handle is good and has little wear. It's been used a bit and is 9in long overall. A fine working example.
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3/4in Stanley no. 40 Everlast Chisel.
This is a good, usable example of Stanley's famous Everlast chisel. It has a clean back, thankfully, as these chisels are a bear to lap if they have any pitting. The handle is good and has little wear. It's been used a lot and is 8in long overall, which means someone put enough work into it to use up almost 1in of steel. A fine working example.
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Marples 1/2in Tang chisel.
This chisel was made by Wm. Marples in Sheffield. It's 9in long and in perfect working order. It's silly sharp and ready to work. The fruitwood handle is in excellent condition. It's a top quality edge tool in great shape
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Tiny Marples 2/16in Paring Chisel.
This boxwood-handled bevel-edge paring chisel is in excellent condition. The blade is clean and free of pitting. The bevel is sharp. It's 9 3/4in long overall. An ideal chisel for paring waste between small dovetails, etc.
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Robert Sorby 1/8in Boxwood-Handled Tang Chisel.
This boxwood-handled square-sided paring chisel is in excellent condition. The blade is clean and free of pitting. It's 9in long overall.It has some paint on the end- an old shop mark, and most of the original decal remaining beneath. A top quality worker
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Wm. Marples 3/16in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This is an ideal mortise chisel for light to medium duty work. It's 10 1/4in long overall with a hooped handle for use with the mallet. The bevel is freshly ground, the back perfectly free of pitting. An ideal user in a hard to find size
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Wm. Marples 3/8in Tang Gouge.
This gouge has a boxwood handle with the original decal. The blade is perfectly clean and free of pitting. It's 9+ inlong. The gouge is a no. 7 sweep. A great general-purpose carving tool
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Stout A. Hildick 1/4in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This boxwood handled mortise chisel is made for light to medium duty work. The blade is stout and has a leather washer between the blade and handle. The back of the blade is completely free of pitting. The handle is in great shape. It's 12 3/4in long overall. This top quality Sheffield-made chisel will be an excellent worker.
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I. Sorby Boxwood-Handled Lock Mortise Chisel.
This swan-neck chisel can be used for cleaning out the bottom of mortises. It's a bit over 1/2in wide. The blade is clean and free of pitting. It has a near-perfect boxwood handle. It was made by I. Sorby in Sheffield, a well respected edge tool maker. A useful tool in top condition.
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Beautiful Sheffield Mortise Chisel.
This chisel was made by Taylor's Eye and bears the firm's witness mark. Taylor's eye is better known for making knives and cutlery but did make some edge tools. This one appears to be fairly early. It has a gorgeous London pattern boxwood handle and a laminated blade. It's especially clean with zero pitting. The handle is in great shape and has aged to a deep golden color. It's 13 1/2in long overall and just a bit under 1/2in wide. An outstanding chisel, and a beautiful tool.
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Tiny I. Sorby 3/16in Tang Gouge.
This gouge is 9 1/2in long. It has a perfect boxwood handle and a clean blade, completely free of pitting. The bevel is freshly ground. It's a top quality Sheffield-made edge tool in amazing condition, ready to work.
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Extra-Long American Socket Mortise Chsiel.
This chisel was made by the Winsted Edge Tool Works in Winsted, CT. This is the same factory that made the sought-after Witherby brand chisels. This chisel was sold under the "Karpenter" brand name. It's 15in long overall. It has a touch hooped handle. The blade is long and clean, though unusually slight considering the handle and the length. It's in excellent working condition.
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Buck Brothers 1in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This is a long, thin socket chisel with a clean blade. There is no pitting on the back and the bevel is reasonably sharp. The handle is in good shape. It could be used with a mallet or by hand for paring work. The blade is thin enough for fine work but stout enough for medium duty work as well. A top quality American edge tool made by Buck in Milbury, MA
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A. Hildick 1/4in Sash Mortise Chisel.
This boxwood-handled chisel is capable of light to medium duty mortise work. It has a stout blade and a near-perfect boxwood handle. the back of the blade is clean and free of pitting. It's a high quality Sheffield-made edge tool in great condition.
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Tiny Marples 2/16in Paring Chisel..
This boxwood-handled bevel-edge paring chisel is in excellent condition. The blade is clean and free of pitting. The bevel is sharp. It's 8 3/4in long overall. An ideal chisel for paring waste between small dovetails, etc.
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Extra-Long and Thin Marples 1/2in Tang Chisel.
This chisel was made by Wm. Marples in Sheffield and carries the firm's Shamrock Brand decal on the handle. The thin, fine blade is in excellent condition with no pitting. It's nearly 14in long overall with a good bit of flex to the handle, ideal for light paring work by hand. An fantastic working chisel of the highest quality.
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Massive I&H Sorby 5/8in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This is a massive chisel with a stout blade and thick socket. The blade is perfectly clean and in amazing condition. It has a short boxwood handle which is in perfect condition. An outstanding tool made by Sorby in Sheffield, England.
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Wm. Marples 1/2in Flat Paring Gouge.
This flat incannel paring gouge was made by Marples in Sheffield, England. It's a little over 10in long overall. The blade is clean and has zero pitting. The handle is perfect. It's meant for light paring or coping work. A top quality Sheffield edge tool in perfectly usable condition
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EA Berg 1/2in Gouge.
This flat carving gouge is 10in long. It was made in Eskilstuna, Sweden by the legendary EA Berg. It's a later chisel with a plastic handle, but it'll work just as well.
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DR Barton 1873 Catalog Reprint.
This is an important catalog of American tools- Barton was a major edge tool and planemaker in Rochester, NY. This is the 64 page catalog along with many pages of commentary, correspondence, and company history written by Ken Roberts. It's a hard catalog to find, especially with all of the extra material.
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Exceptional A. Hildick 3/4in Cranked Paring Chisel.
This bevel-edge chisel has a cranked tang to elevate the user's hand and allow it to be used flat against a surface. It has a thin, fine blade with thin lands. It's in excellent condition with a sharp bevel, perfect blade, and no discoloration or pitting anywhere on the blade. A top quality edge tool made in Sheffield
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Exceptional A. Hildick 1in Cranked Paring Chisel.
This bevel-edge chisel has a cranked tang to elevate the user's hand and allow it to be used flat against a surface. It has a thin, fine blade with thin lands. It measures 15+in long overall. It's in excellent condition with a very sharp bevel, perfect blade, and no discoloration or pitting anywhere on the blade. A top quality edge tool made in Sheffield
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Ashley Iles 5/8in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This vintage Iles gouge is in new, unused condition. When it came in it still had the original wax coating on the blade. I saw some discoloration under the wax so I removed it to make sure it's not pitted. The blade is perfect, as is the boxwood handle which has aged to a deep golden color. It's 14+in long overall. It's a no. 7 sweep, made for fine paring, not for use with a mallet. A top quality English tool in new-old-stock condition.
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W. Butcher 1/2in Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made by Butcher in Sheffield. It's sharp and clean with zero pitting. It has a nice handle on it. A great worker made by a respected maker.
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Charles Buck 1/2in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This gouge was made by Charles Buck in Milbury, MA. It's in excellent condition and a top quality American edge tool. The back is completely free of pitting. The handle is in excellent shape as well.
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Excellent E.A. Berg 3/4in Chisel.
This chisel was made by the famous E.A. Berg of Eslkistuna, Sweden. It's 10in long. It has a very good handle with little wear. The back is clean, lapped, and free of pitting. It's a top quality tool in excellent user condition.
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Excellent E.A. Berg 5/8in Chisel.
This chisel was made by the famous E.A. Berg of Eslkistuna, Sweden. It's 10in long. It has a very good handle with little wear. The back is clean, lapped, and free of pitting. It's a top quality tool in excellent user condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Outstanding Buck Brothers 1/8in Tang Paring Gouge.
This gouge is in great shape and in perfectly usable condition. It's 12in long with a very thin, flexible blade. The back of the blade has zero pitting. The handle is just beautiful. It's a fine paring gouge never intended for use with a mallet. A top quality American edge tool made in Milbury, MA. You won't find this sort of gouge made by any modern maker.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Near-Perfect Newbould 1 1/4in Paring Gouge.
This is a massive paring gouge in perfect condition. IT was made in Sheffield by Newbould, an early edge tool maker. It's nearly 15in long overall. The blade is as nice as you'll find. It has zero pitting and barely any discoloration. The bevel is sharp. The handle is perfect. An outstanding paring chisel made for fine hand work, not for use with a mallet. Gouges like this aren't made by any modern maker at any price. A simply exceptional example
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers 1/4in Patternmakers Cranked Paring Gouge.
This is a near-perfect example in top condition. It is nearly 14in long overall. The blade is perfectly clean, as is the handle. It has an incannell bevel for paring work. Typically used by patternmakers, these cranked paring gouges are still very useful and hard to find in this condition. Buck offered these in three sweeps- This example is a "medium" sweep.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


W. Butcher 3/8in Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made by Butcher in Sheffield. It has a 3/8in blade with a no. 7 sweep. The blade is in good, usable condition, a bit short and nothing to write home about. The handle, on the other hand, is exceptional. It's made of rosewood with a sapwood streak that nearly bisects the handle. It's an absolutely beautiful handle with a good, usable blade
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Lie-Nielsen 1/8in Socket Bench Chisel.
This chisel is in new, unused condition. It retails for $70 new from Lie-Nielsen
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Lie-Nielsen 3/8in Cocobolo-Handled Socket Bench Chisel.
This chisel is in nearly-new, lightly condition. This size retails for $55 new with maples handles- Cocobolo is no longer available from Lie-Nielsen
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


Blue Spruce 3/8in Fishtail Chisel.
This is a gorgeous chisel in near-new condition and a cocobolo handle. It retails for $95 new.
$85 This Item Has Been Sold


Hans Karlsson Bent Carving Gouge.
This is a near-new gouge made by the Swedish toolmaker Hans Karlsson. It's 1 2/8in wide and a medium sweep. Ideal for carving bowls, spoons, etc. It retails for $92 if purchased new today.
$85 This Item Has Been Sold


Large Buck Brothers 1 3/4in Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel is 13in long with its original apple handle. It's a good general-purpose paring chisel in fantastic condition. The entire back is lapped clean and flat. The bevel is recently ground and needs just a quick honing. It's a top quality edge tool made by Buck in Milbury, MA.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Marples 1/2in Lock Mortise Chisel.
This is a Sheffield-made swan-neck or lock mortise chisel. It's in excellent condition with a nice boxwood handle and a clean, sharp blade. Used for working the bottom or mortises and other hard-to-reach places, it'll make an excellent worker
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


1 1/4in British Paring Chisel.
This is a thin, fine tang paring chisel made by Stormont in Sheffield. It has a clean back and very fine lands, ideal for fine paring work. the handle has a chip in the back. a good, solid worker
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional 1/8in Socket Chisel.
This is a near-perfect chisel over 12in long. It looks great and is in excellent working condition. It's completely unmarked
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


British 3/8in Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel was made by Hearnshaw in Sheffield. It's 9 1/2in long overall. The blade is especially thin and has fine lands. The blade is clean and free of pitting. The handle is perfect. It's a great size for paring between small dovetails. It's a quality British edge tool in excellent working order
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Gorgeous Buck Brothers 1/8in Socket chisel.
This chisel is about as nice as you'll find. It's just over 12in long. It's completely free of pitting. The apple handle is free of damage and has some nice curly figure to it. An exceptional example in a desirable but somewhat hard to find size
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


C. Nurse 1/2in Double-Bevel Carving Chisel.
This chisel was made by Nurse in London. It's very sharp and ready to work. 10in long overall and in excellent condition
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


A. Hildick 3/4in Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel was made in Sheffield by Hildick, a highly respected, though underappreciated maker. It's just under 11in long overall. It's exceptionally clean and has zero pitting. It's a fine thing paring chisel with fine lands, ideal for light paring work
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Extra-Large Ward 1/2in Lock Mortise Chisel.
This moster lock mortise chisel is nearly 24in long overall. It's a massively enlarged version of the standard British lock mortise chisels we normally see. This one has a big boxwood handle and a good blade. The blade is clearly laminated and extra-thick in the middle. It's clearly designed for heavy use where the leverage from such a long blade is needed. It's an oddity and perfectly usable should you have a job for it.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Classic British Sheffield Brace.
This beech brace has a brass chuck and Lignum head. It works perfectly and looks great. The chuck spring is strong and has no problem holding bits. This example comes with a small set of assorted bits- gimlets, center bits, screwdrivers, countersinks, etc. that fit this chuck. the head is gorgeous and free of damage. It has a bit of wobble to it but it's perfectly functional. A beautiful tool that's a lot of fun to use
$75 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 185C Push Drill.
This is a very handy tool for quickly, accurately, and safely boring small holes. It gives you a great feel for the work which is great for drilling holes in thin stock. It's easy to use and has a magazine handle for bit storage. This example is in excellent condition with all original finish and works perfectly.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Sheffield Style Bit Brace.
This is a good, usable example of this classic style. The brass chuck is in good working order, as is the beech head. There is no damage and it works well. I've grouped it with a nice set of gimlet bits and some other useful bitstock tools.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no .610 Hand Drill.
This is a simple, effective hand drill made by Stanley during the "100 plus" era. It's a somewhat simple design but very effective. The enclosed gear box makes it easier for kids to use, helping prevent fingers and hair from getting stuck in the gears. A solid worker.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 723 10in Hold-All Brace.
This ratchet bit brace has the Hold-All jaws which can grip just about any sort of bit including round shanks. It's not the prettiest but it works perfectly.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Hand Drill.
This is a simple, functional hand drill made for Sears and sold under the Dunlap name. It's not special, exceptional, or Instragram-worthy. It works perfectly. It has some original fluted bits in the hollow handle.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 49 Bit Gauge Mint, IOB.
This gauge clamps to an auger bit to allow the user to quickly and accurately bore many holes to a precise depth. It's in mint condition in its original box.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 60 Doweling Jig Mint, IOB.
This doweling jig allows you to make precise dowel joints or to use a brace and auger bit to accurately and quickly bore mortises. This is the slightly expanded, though much less common, version of the Stanley no. 59. This example has a nice crisp box and nine original sleeves. It dates to ca. 1900-1910 based on the box label and markings on the tool
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 47 Expansive Bit.
This bit can bore holes from 1/2in to 1 1/4in. It has both original cutters. The box is in excellent condition with an intact label. A handy tool for boring odd sized holes. It works very well.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Expansive Bit.
This expansive bit can bore holes from 7/8in all the way to 3in. It was made by Fulton and is in excellent working order. A handy bit for boring odd sized holes you might not have a dedicated auger bit to match.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Set of James Swan Auger Bits.
These bits were made by Swan in Seymour, CT. It's a model no. 1420 set of nine bits in sizes, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 16. The box is in excellent condition with a silver plaque on the box top I've never seen before. All of the bits are in excellent condition as well and in perfect working order. An outstanding bit set.
$120 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Stanley no. 923 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a nice clean example in perfect working order. The pad has some of the original decal. There is some very light discoloration around the chuck that you can see in the photos. This is a great general-purpose size for almost any sort of work. A perfectly usable example of one of Stanley's most popular bit braces.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Three-Jaw Chuck for a Bit Brace.
This chuck has a tapered square shank to fit in a two jaw brace or breast drill. It can hold round shank bits up to 1/4in diameter. A very handy accessory to have in your shop. It is in good working order.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Fray Spofford no. 110 Bit Brace.
This is a good, perfectly usable example of this always-popular bit brace. The cocobolo head and handles are excellent. The pewter rings still tight. The chuck has very little wear. A fine working example in the useful 10in size.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Matched Set of Russell Jennings Auger Bits.
This is a full matched set of 13 bits, all in good, usable condition. They show some light wear from use but all remain straight with good cutters, spurs, and lead screws. These are the typical double-fine lead screw RJ bits which are ideal for working with dry cabinet hardwoods. The box they are held in is something special- it's designed on Bartlett's Aug 21, 1888 and Mar 26, 1889 patents. the box has a lid that lifts straight off the top of the bits, then folds back using a joint in the metal arm. The box is in good shape and works perfectly. I haven't seen this sort of auger bit box before- DATAMP shows this design as not having been produced, though we clearly have evidence to the contrary here. A great set of bits in an interesting box.
$130 This Item Has Been Sold


Near-Mint Goodell-Pratt no. 655 Hand Drill.
This drill was made by Goodell-Pratt prior to the 1939 merger with Millers Falls. The drill is in near-mint condition with no flaws, mechanical or cosmetic. It has all original paint and all of the original nickel on the chuck. It works flawlessly. The pictures speak for themselves.. it's as nice as they come
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Spoke Pointer.
This is a well-made spoke pointer in excellent working order. It has a thicker casting than most I see. It has an adjustable rod inside the cone that acts as a depth stop. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. It can handle stock up to about 2in wide. It's an ideal worker- a required tool to put a conical end on stock before the hollow auger is used to cut a round tenon.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 1810 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a high quality brace in exceptional condition. It has all original nickel and works flawlessly. While it doesn't have exotic wood handles like the more expensive mainline Millers Falls braces of the era, it's just as good a worker.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 33 8in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a perfectly usable brace in a useful size for turning auger bits and bitstock tools. It has a light patina and some light wear. The cocobolo pad and handle are in great shape. This example was made in the 1910s and has the adjustable wrist bearings that were used in that era. A solid worker in a useful size, plus it looks great.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 248 Push Drill.
This drill was made in Millers Falls, MA prior to 1938. It is in excellent condition with all of its original bright nickel plating. It has a full compliment of bits in its magazine handle. It's an incredibly useful tool for quickly and accurately boring small holes. A perfect working example in top condition
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Fixed 5/8in Hollow Auger.
This tool does one thing- it cuts 5/8in round tenons. It's unmarked and in excellent condition. Both blades are long and nice and clean. The tool has a nice patina but little wear. It remains perfectly usable.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Fixed 2/4in Hollow Auger.
This tool does one thing- it cuts 3/4in round tenons. It's unmarked and in excellent condition. Both blades are long and nice and clean. The tool has a nice patina but little wear. It remains perfectly usable.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Cincinnati Tool Co. Adjustable Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger can cut round tenons anywhere from 1/4in to 1 1/4in diameter. It was made by the Cincinnati Tool Co. and sold under their Hargraves logo. It's in excellent working order with only some minor finish loss the only cosmetic problem. The depth stop is present. The blade is long and clean. It adjusts easily. A perfect working example
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 923G 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace is identical to the normal 923, which was the most popular brace in Stanley's lineup based on the sheer number of them I find. the 923-G is rumored to have been made for government work and has painted hardwood handles in place of the usual exotic cocobolo handles the regular models have. This one is especially clean and in perfect working order. It's a top quality brace in a general-purpose size.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Patented Adjustable Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger can cut round tenons from 3/8in to 1in. It's marked Bonney's Patent which corresponds to Charles Bonney's Aug 2, 1870 patent for the revolving disk. This example is in exceptional condition with a perfect blade and all original nickel on the disk. It's missing just a bit of japanning on the cast frame. A perfect working example in top condition
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Hand Drill.
This is a pre-1938 Millers Falls drill made in Millers Falls, MA. It does not have a model number on it but I believe it's a model 5F although it only has a single pinion gear. The unique magazine handle can be removed by turning the knurled screw at the top of the handle. This feature was offered on only a few Millers Falls models. This one is in excellent working order. It has a smooth gear action and a perfectly functional chuck. It has a bit of discoloration here and there, but most of the black paint on the gear wheel and the nickel plating on the bare parts is present. A solid worker in a general purpose size
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 5 Hand Drill.
This is a nice clean example dating to around the 1910s. The frame and gear have most of their original paint. The cocobolo hollow handle is in great shape and contains a clutch of original fluted bits. The gear action is nice and smooth. The three jaw chuck works perfectly. An ideal working example in a useful size.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 624 Hand Drill.
This is a good medium sized hand drill made by Stanley. It's in excellent working order with no damage or wear. It has a hollow handle for holding bits. It has dual pinion gears for hard work. A perfect worker
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Early & Excellent Adjustable Washer cutter.
This washer cutter was made by King & Smith in Middletown, CT. The design was patented Oct 24, 1865. Based on the patent I imagine this was Charles king and Otis. A Smith, both of whom are listed on the patent. The EAIA DAT does not have a listing for a King & Smith, which is in interesting in and of itself. This bitstock tool can cut circles and washers up to 3in diameter. It will work with any brace or drill with a two jaw chuck. It's a very early tool in excellent condition.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Spoke Pointer.
This is a good, usable spoke pointer that can work stock up to about 1 3/4in wide. it's used to put a conical end on square stock before the use of the hollow auger to make a round tenon. It has a good tapered square steel shank without much wear. The blade is long and clean. A perfectly usable example of this necessary tool.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


1/2in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger cuts 1/2in round tenons. That's it's only job. It has two blades, both of which are in good condition. The tapered square shank has little wear. A perfectly usable example in great shape.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 33 8in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a beautiful example with 95% or more original nickel and lovely cocobolo handles. It was made in the very early 1900s, likely before 1910 based on the design. It works perfectly in every way. The cocobolo head has no wobble. The ratchet is precise and the jaws have no wear. A great example in a good general-purpose size for almost any boring work or turning bitstock tools.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 41 Push Drill.
This is an extremely useful tool for quickly and accurately boring small holes. It's such a useful tool that I have three or four of them stashed around the house and the shop. This one has almost perfect nickel plating and a full magazine handle full of bits.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Full Set of Irwin Auger Bits.
This is a complete set of 13 bits from 16-4, all in good, usable condition. These are the typical single-twist Irwin style bits with a single coarse lead screw. The lead screw will make these bits bore a little slower than the double fine lead screws in most Russell Jennings bits, but the Irwins will tend to strip out less so they are optimal for very hard or wet wood. The bits all have good lead screws, spurs, and cutters. They are housed in a protective tool roll. A great general-purpose set of bits.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 60 Doweling Jig Mint, IOB.
This doweling jig is in mint condition in its original box. It has the depth stop and eight original bit sleeves. The box is exceptionally clean with good corners and a nice label. The original instructions are included. It can be used to make dowel joints or to accurately bore mortises. A great example
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptinal 5/8in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger saw very little, if any use. It does one thing one- cut a 5/8in wide round tenon. It's in near-perfect condition. The blades are long and sharp- both have adjusting screws to help accurate set the depth of cut. The tapered square shank has no wear at all. It's clean and crisp, about as nice as they come.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptinal 7/16in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger saw very little, if any use. It does one thing one- cut a 7/16in wide round tenon. It's in near-perfect condition. The blades are long and sharp- both have adjusting screws to help accurate set the depth of cut. The tapered square shank has no wear at all. It's clean and crisp, about as nice as they come.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Set of Six Auger Bits.
These bits were made for Craftsman likely ca. 1950 based on the logo. They are housed in their originalk hinged metal box. Three still have their original protective caps. Sizes included are 16/16, 12, 8, 5, 4. These are standard Irwin pattern bits with a single twist and single lead screw. The bore slower than the standard Russell Jennings style bits, but they will resist bending or stripping out when boring in especially hard or wet wood. A nice, usable set of general purpose bits.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Sargent Adjustable Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger cuts round tenons from 1/4in to 1 1/4in. It was made for Sargent, the New Haven, CT hardware dealer by E.C. Stearns. The blade is in excellent condition, as is the tapered square tang. A good, solid user.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Heavy-Duty 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace is all-metal, intended for rough outdoor use. It's marked W.U. Tel. Co. which I have to imagine is Western Union Telegraph Co. It has some wear but works perfectly.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Early Rose Patent Bit Brace.
This brace is marked "Bitstock Co. Greenfield, MS, Patent Apr 16, 1867." This likely predates the Millers Falls acquisition of the Rose patents ca. 1869. It has a cast iron head and non-rotating rosewood handle. The chuck works well. It's an interesting brace and works well.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce John Fray 10in Whimble Spofford Patent Bit Brace.
This brace was made by Fray in Bridgeport, CT. It's a Whimble design with an offset pad and handle for heavy-duty work. It's clean and perfectly usable with intact cocobolo handles. The chuck has little wear. This brace is a two-piece design, rivited in the middle. These tend to loosen up a bit over time but this one is perfectly tight. A great example of a scarce brace.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 41 Push Drill.
This is an extremely useful tool for quickly and accurately boring small holes. It's such a useful tool that I have three or four of them stashed around the house and the shop. This one has almost perfect nickel plating and a full magazine handle full of bits.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Millers Falls no. 33 Barber Improved Bit Brace.
This is a really nice example in clean and perfectly usable condition. It dates to the first couple of decades of the 20th century. It has a cocobolo pad and handle, both of operate smoothly with no slop. The wood is clean and damage free. The chuck works well as does the ratchet mechanism. It's a perfect worker in a great general-purpose size
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was made for Dunlap, a brand sold by Sears. It is in perfect working order and has a nice full decal on the handle. A solid worker in a good general purpose size.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley Hand Drill.
This is a Stanley no. 610 made for Bell Systems. It's a simple hand drill that can hold bits up tot 1/4in. It has an enclosed gear case which makes it easier for kids to use. It works perfectly and is in excellent condition
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


3/4in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger is clean and crisp with two nice blades and its original depth stop. It cuts round tenons 3/4in in diameter. A finer worker that seen little use.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Full Set if Cleveland Twist Bits for a Brace.
These bits have split points for use in wood or soft metal. All of them have tapered square shanks for use in a two jaw chuck in a brace or breast drill. All of the bits are in near-mint condition with no wear to the tangs. None are bent. The smallest, the 1/16in bit which is commonly found broken, is perfect. Sizes range from 1/16in to 3/8in. The wooden canister that holds them is in excellent condition with an exceptional label on the front. A great example and a very useful set of bits.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Rare and Unusual Millers Falls 6in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was made by Millers Falls in Millers Falls, MA probably in the 1910s-20s. It's a standard model no. 34 but has no model number stamped on it. It's marked "O.D. USA" which means it was made for the US Ordinance Department. I've seen several Stanley X5 models marked for the US O.D. but never a Millers Falls. This example is in exceptional condition with nearly perfect nickel plating. The handle and pad are cocobolo and both in excellent condition as well. It works perfectly in every way. Small braces like this are ideal for quickly turning small auger bits and other bitstock tools. This is one of the nicest I've come across.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Cleveland Twist Drill Co. Drill Stand.
This drill stand holds 29 twist bits in sizes 1/2in to 1 1/6in. All of the bits are present though a few are replacements not marked with the Cleveland name. It's a beautiful stand with some bold graphics. It's obviously usable but looks great in an office or study.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Cleveland Twist Drill Co. Drill Stand.
This drill stand holds 60 twist bits in sizes 1 to 60. All of the bits are present though a few are replacements not marked with the Cleveland name. It's a beautiful stand with some bold graphics. It's obviously usable but looks great in an office or study.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Jewelers Hand Drill.
This drill was made by O.W. Bullock Co. in Springfield, MA. Bullock made tools for watchmakers, jewelers, etc. This small drill is all-metal with a small wood-capped cavity in the handle for holding drill points. It's in very good condition and works perfectly.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Classic Ward and Payne Sheffield Plated Bit Brace.
This beech brace has brass plating, a brass chuck, and a beautiful Lignum head. The head is as tight as you'll find and rotates smoothly. The chuck spring is sound and tight. The beech frame is free of damage. The brass plating sticks up a bit here and there, which is very common for this style of brace- just watch the sharp points at the ends or maybe file them down a bit. It will accept most bits with tapered square shanks. I will include an assortment of a dozen various gimlets, center, shell, and other bits for use with it. A very nice example of this effective and fun to use tool
$75 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls 10in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a model 1770- not a collectible model or era but it will work perfect. It's in near-mint condition.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Millers Falls no. 1324 6in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was made prior to 1935 in Millers Falls, MA. It's a somewhat lower priced version of the no. 34. This example has ebonized hardwood handles instead of cocobolo. It's in clean, usable condition and works perfectly. It's an extremely useful size for quickly boring small holes and using with bitstock tools like screwdrivers, reamers, countersinks, etc.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Rare and Unusual Millers Falls 6in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was made by Millers Falls in Millers Falls, MA probably in the 1910s-20s. It's a standard model no. 34 but has no model number stamped on it. It's marked "O.D. USA" which means it was made for the US Ordinance Department. I've seen several Stanley X5 models marked for the US O.D. but never a Millers Falls. This example is in exceptional condition with nearly perfect nickel plating. The handle and pad are cocobolo and both in excellent condition as well. It works perfectly in every way. Small braces like this are ideal for quickly turning small auger bits and other bitstock tools. This is one of the nicest I've come across.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Adjustable Angular Bit Extension.
This tool is used with a brace to allow the user to bore holes at an angle or in tight space. It's adjustable from 0 to about 45 degrees. This example has McCoy's Feb 18, 1890 patent date on the chuck shell. It has an exceptionally clean chuck with all of its original bright nickel plating. The jaws are perfect. the action is smooth in both directions at all angles. It's missing some of the original japanning. A fine working example of this interesting brace accessory.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional 1/2in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger is completely unmarked. It cuts a 1/2in diameter round tenon. It's complete with two excellent blades and the original depth stop. It's about as clean as you'll ever find one of these. there is no wear at all on the tapered square shank. An exceptional worker in a useful small size
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 923 8in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was likely made in the 1950s. It' has Stowell's Oct 25, 1949 patent date on the chuck. It's in excellent working order. The pad still has most of the original label on it advertising its many fine features including the "unbreakable" plastic handles. It's a high quality brace despite the handle material.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 49 Bit Gauge .
This gauge clamps on to the shank of an auger bit to allow the user to accurately bore multiple holes to a specific depth. It's an earlier example marked "Pat. Applied For". It's pretty clean with a good 95%+ original nickel plating remaining. It's a useful accessory that works very well.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Set of Nine Square-Shank Twist Bits .
These bits can be used with a brace or breast drill that has a two jaw chuck. They were sold by the Bellknap Hardware Co out of Louisville, KY, though undoubtedly made for them by a larger bitstock maker. These are standard twist bits for using in metal with points roughly 135 degrees. The set consists of nine bits from 3/8in to 1/16ths of an inch. Seven bits are original- two are replacements for the originals which were missing when the set was found. The 1/16ths in bit is not broken or bent. It's a good usable set in its original case
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


North Brothers Yankee no. 30 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is a pre-Stanley example made in Philadelphia. It's in excellent working order and has almost perfect original nickel. It comes with three bits including the elusive Philips no. 2 bit. An excellent working example- this model did not have the return spring which makes it a little safer to use with the kids, dogs, etc. in the shop.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made Cabinet Scraper.
This scraper has a cherry body with a rosewood sole and cast-brass blade holder. It's well-made and well-used, though perfectly useful still. The blade is long and clean. It's the same design essentially as the Stanley no. 80 cabinet scraper, just made of wood. It has a lovely patina to it- a good looking, useful scraper
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Wooden Veneer Hammer.
This vintage veneer hammer is completely unmarked, and definitely usable.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Early 6in Compass.
This compass looks early to me and is definitely hand-forged. It has a good tight hinge and good legs. A useful small compass for layout work.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Cocobolo Hollow Tool Handle.
This is a nice usable example with an exceptional cocobolo handle. Inside are included six original bits including a Screwdriver, chisel, gouge reamer, gimlet, etc.. The two jaw chuck will hold just about anything with a square shank including files and rasps. It's a great example of this useful tool
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Nice Britton Patent Hollow Tool Handle.
This tool handle was made by Horace E. Britton in Stoughton, MA. It was patented Nov 28, 1893. It has a full hollow tool handle full of bits. It's in good working order and looks fantastic with only a little missing nickel plating on the chuck.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


New-Old-Stock Millers Falls no. 621 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This massive yankee screwdriver is in mint condition in its original box. It works perfectly. Two original bits are included- the slotted screwdriver and the Phillips bit. An outstanding example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Pike Rosy Red Washita Sharpening Stone.
This is a small 3 1/2in long by 3/4in wide pen knife stone. It could be used for honing small gouges and molding plane blades. It has a full label and is in excellent condition all around
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 65 Chamfer Shave.
This is a 1920s SW era chamfer shave in perfectly usable condition. It has some light finish loss. Both guide fences are present. the blade is long and clean. An excellent example of this useful and desirable spokeshave
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Seth Gould Cross Peen Hammer.
This hammer was made by the famed metalsmith Seth Gould. It retails for $220 if purchased new from Mr. Gould. However, these hammers have long been out of stock and unavailable. It is in near-new condition. This is a hand-forged, hand-filed hammer with a nicely sculpted handle. A rare opportunity to acquire one of these superb tools. If you have time on your hands, I highly recommend his Instagram page.
$200 This Item Has Been Sold


Conover Wood Threading Kit.
This kit was made and sold by Ernie Conover in the 1980s-90s. This one can work both 1/2in and it looks like 5/8in stock as well. Two taps are included, one unused and still in its protective coating. Some samples are included as well. It's a top quality thread box in perfectly usable condition.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Cheney Carpenters Hammer.
This is a good, usable handle made by Cheney in Little Falls, NY. It has a good hickory handle with no damage- just some paint splatters. The face and claws are free of damage. It's a true carpenter's nail hammer with a 16oz head and long, sweeping claws. Not a ripping or framing hammer, it's ideal for bench use.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Saw Vise.
This vise has no maker's mark and is in exceptionally clean condition. The 9in jaws have no file marks and align perfectly. The cam lock is easy to operated and stays locked. An excellent saw vise to put to work.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Stanley 42X Saw Set.
This is a near-perfect example of the ever-popular Stanley 42X sawset. It has no wear, all original finish, and a clean anvil and plunger. It works perfectly. It has the B casting mark on it which tells me it was made ca. 1900. One of the cleanest examples I've seen.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 116 Mitre Box.
This small mitre box was made in Canada during the SW era. It can accommodate a handsaw or a backsaw. Its light weight and lack of breakable cast iron parts makes it a good candidate to use at the jobsite.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Wooden Spokeshave.
This shave is 11 1/2in long with a 3in wide blade. It's completely unmarked. The blade is especially clean and long. There is minimal wear in around the mouth of the shave. The tangs are tight in the shave's body. A fantastic working example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Cute, Well-Made Small Router Plane.
This is a very well-made small router plane just 4 1/4in wide. It's a little bigger than a stanley 271, but much smaller than a 71. It looks to me like a craftsman-made tool. It has a fine blade and is in perfect working order.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Beech Carving Mallet.
This is a well made carving mallet that has seen little, if any, use.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Gunstock Scraper.
This is a cross between a scraper and a spokeshave. It's a little over 13in wide overall and very well-made. The handles are nicely sculpted. The blade is in excellent condition. It would be handy tool for working difficult grain on small pieces where a spokeshave just won't do the job.An excellent example of this useful tool.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Carborundorum Shoe Cutters Stone.
This is a super cute little honing stone in a cast iron based embossed with "Carborundorum Shoe Cutters Stone". The stone is 5 x 3/4 x 3/4in. It's in excellent condition.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Spokeshave.
This shave is marked Dunlap and made in the same style of the Goodell-Pratt shaves of the same era. It's in excellent condition and has a long, clean blade. A simple, effective spokeshave
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Superb Retractable Burnisher.
This is a beautiful little burnisher with what looks like a carbide rod. The rod can be retracted into the handle for storage. The handle looks to be made of some sort of rosewood- perhaps cocobolo. It doesn't look terribly old but the brass fittings have some age to them. It's completely unmarked. A superb tool
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Adjustable Boxwood Spokeshave.
This shave was made by Tyzak in Sheffield. It has a boxwood body and a brass wear plate in front of the blade. The adjusters work perfectly. The blade has seen some use but still has some life left and is free of pitting. A beautiful shave in working order.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful Radiused Boxwood Spokeshave.
This shave was made by the Moulson Brothers at the Union Works in Sheffield. It's made from boxwoodd which has aged to a deep golden color. The entire front of the sole is brass-plated in a more elaborate manner than the usual square brass plate. The shave has a rounded sole for working tight curves. The blade is sharp and completely free of pitting. An outstanding example.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


G.I. Mix Ffolding-Handle Drawknife.
This 8in drawknife was made in Yalesville, CT by Mix. Not much is known about this maker. The drawknife is in excellent condition. The blade is completely clean and free of pitting. The blade is very sharp. The handles are in great condition. They fold in to protect the blade in storage. It's a high quality drawknife in ready-to-use condition
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Cincinnati Tool Co. Adjustable Spokeshave.
This shave is very similar in design to the Stanley no. 53. It has gull wing handles and an adjustable mouth device to allow the user to quickly adjust the depth of cut while using it. The blade is in perfect condition. The mouth springs are strong. A very nice example of this very useful spokeshave.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 1 Cigar Spokeshave.
This small round shave can work into deep curves that no other manufactured shave can reach. It's a tricky tool to get setup and figure out how to use, but once you master it you'll appreciate its usefulness. This is a good, clean example that has not been modified as many have. The blade is long and clean and has a good bevel on it which will make it easy to hone. A perfectly usable example of this useful spokeshave.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 42W Sawset.
This is a clean, usable example of this useful pistol-grip sawset. While not as popular as the 42X it's just as functional and adds the tooth height adjustment for accurate placement of the plunger. It has a clean anvil, no wear to the plunger, and strong springs. A fine worker.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Unusual Hand-Scraper.
This is an early-looking scraper similar to the Stanley 82. It has a thick cast blade holder which gives it a nice heft. It's completely unmarked. It might be good for scraping or stripping large areas.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


James Swan 12in Drawknife.
This drawknife is in exceptional condition. The blade is clean and long with some specks of discoloration but no pitting. The bevel is especially sharp. The handles are perfect. It was made in Seymour, CT by Swan, a highly respected and desirable American edge tool maker. A superb worker.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


William Johnson Wooden Spokeshave.
This shave was made by William Johnson in Newark, NJ. It's 11 1/2in long with a 2 7/8in wide blade. It's made of maple and has a crisp maker's mark. The blade is long and clean and quite sharp. It has minimal wear around the mouth. A perfectly usable example
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley Scraper.
This is a Stanley SW era box scraper made in the 1920s. It's in good, usable condition and has a clean blade. It's original purpose is as a box scraper but can be used for scraping or stripping large areas.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Yankee no. 10 2in Ratcheting Screwdriver.
This is a small ratcheting screwdriver for fine work. It can be set to right- or left-hand ratchet, or locked in the fixed position. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 7 Hurwood Awl.
Everyone needs an awl. The Stanley Hurwood is as good as any awl that was ever made.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful Plumb 6in Hewing Hatchet.
This hatchet was originally madea hewing hatchet with an offset head and a single bevel. It has not been modified into a double-bevel like so many of these are. The flat back of the blade is completely free of pitting. It has a 6in wide blade that weighs about 2.5 pounds. The hickory handle is in excellent condition. The blade bevel is free of nicks or chips so there's no major grinding that needs to be done. It'll need the usual sharpening. It's one of the better examples I've come across.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Carvers Mallet.
This is a simple, usable carvers mallet in a medium size, weighing a bit over a pound. I can't positively identify the wood- it's pretty dense and closed-pored.. not beech or maple I don't think. It's not heavy enough to be Lignum. Whatever it's made of, it's perfectly usable.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


J. Fray Cocobolo Tool Handle.
This hollow tool handle was made by John Fray in Bridgeport, CT. The design was patented Aug 7, 1883. It's in very good condition overall with some light nickel loss on the chuck. The cocobolo handle is in excellent condition. It comes with seven bits including a chisel, gouge, screwdriver, gimlet, etc. Its two-jaw chuck can also hold tools with square shanks like rasps and files. A good, usable example of this useful tool
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Hollow Tool Handle.
This tool handle is unmarked and made in the typical Fray design. I believe the body is made of maple. It's in superb condition with no faults. It comes with ten original bits including a chisel, gouge, screwdriver, tack puller, reamer, gimlet, etc. Its two-jaw chuck can also hold tools with square shanks like rasps and files. A good, usable example of this useful tool
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Near-Mint British Wooden Spokeshave.
This shave was made by W.H. Clay in Sheffield. It still has the original printing on the back of the blade, which you can see in the photos. It's 10.5 in long with a 2.5in long blade. It's nearly new and perfectly usable
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny Marples Spokeshav.
This shave is only 6in long with a 1 1/4in long blade. It's in excellent condition with few signs of use. It has a thin blade and a rounded sole, evidently for use in convex work or tight spaces due to its small size. An unusual shave in great condition
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Eclipse no. 77 Saw Set.
This pliers-type sawset has the same action as the Stanley 45 action, first clamping the tooth in place then setting it. This is the original Eclipse made in England. This is an exceptionally clean example with all original finish in perfect working order.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made American Moving Fillister.
This plane was made by E&C Carter in Troy, NY in the 1850s-60s.It's a well-made plane with a fully boxed sole and adjustable depth stop. The nicker blade is wedged in the British fashion. It can cut rabbets both with and across the grain up to 1in wide. It's a very useful plane for quickly and accurately cutting rabbets.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by E&C Carter in Troy, NY in the 1850s-60s.It's a well-made plane in very good, usable condition. The boxing is straight and the blade is long and clean. It's a good usable example in a medium size- one of the most common sizes I find.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


General Wire Gauge.
This gauge is used to measure wire and rod from sizes 0-32.
$5 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Hand.
This hand vise is very nicely made and works perfectly. It's unmarked and made in the same style that was used for a couple of centuries in the UK and Europe. It has 1 1/4in wide jaws. It's a super useful tool for holding all sort of small bits, blades, etc, for grinding and honing. I have a couple and use them all the time. A very nice looking, perfectly usable example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Stanley Carpenters Hammer.
This hammer was made during Stanley's "100 Plus" era. It has a 16 oz head with long, sweeping claws that extend down past the eye- a true carpenter's hammer not a framing hammer. The face is slightly domed as you'd expect. It's clean and free of wear. The hickory handle is perfect. An ideal user for bench work
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Translucent Hard Arkansas Stone.
This stone is 5x2 by 1/2in thick. It has a flat, clean face. There is a tiny chip on the bottom on one corner as shown in the photos. It's housed in a wooden case. An exceptional stone for final honing.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Utical Tool Co Nipper.
This small nipper was made by Utica. I ddon't use it as a nipper.. It's one of the best nail pullers I've come across for removing small nails without marring the surface.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Unusual Cocobolo Hollow Tool Handle.
This is an unusual design that I haven't seen before. It's completely unmarked. It has a four jaw chuck and a full compliment of bits inside.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Cincinnati Tool Co. Spokeshave.
This is a Nice clean example with the original blade. It's 11in long with a 2 1/2in wide blade. The blade is in good shape with no pitting and a lot of life left. The sole is slightly rounded for working curves. A nice example of this scarce shave
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


French Chamfer Shave.
This shave is in mint condition in its original box. It's a copy of the Stanley 65 chamfer shave. It was made by Darex. It looks well made and perfectly usable
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting Billings Patent Multi-Blade Screwdriver.
This is a nice clean example of this very collectible little screwdriver made by the Billings-Spencer Company in Hartford CT. It has a rosewood handle and four blades inside the body. It has Billings 1892 and 1896 patents stamped on the body. It has most original nickel and works perfectly. It is 4in long overall when folded up.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Ebony Pad Saw.
This is a beautiful pad saw with a faint maker's mark I can't read. The handle is dense, perfectly black ebony. It has a nice blade in it. A superb example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


E.C. Stearns Adjustable Spokeshave.
This shave was made by Stearns in Syracuse, NY. It's much the same as the Stanley 53 featuring a gull-wing handle design and adjustable mouth. This one has good springs and a decent blade. The blade has some pitting you can see in one spot in the photos. It's missing a lot of original finish. It should still be a fine worker
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


German Saw Set.
This decorated pliers-type sawset is in very good working order. It has adjustments for the amount of set and the tooth pitch so that the hammer contacts the correct area of each tooth. It's marked "Made in Germany". A simple solid user
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Small Hand Vise.
This small vise has 1 1/4in wide jaws with a slot in the middle for holding round parts. It's marked "AM" with a crown and "SFT 1941". It's in perfect working order with minimal wear around the jaws. It's a very useful tool to have in the shop, ideal for holding small bits and blades for grinding and honing.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Hand-Forged Planing Stop.
This planing stop was made by Black Bear Forge. These are no longer offered for sale but retailed for $50 when they were being made a few years ago. It's a massive Roubo style planing stop designed for use with a hole in a thick benchstop.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


PEXTO 4in Patternmakers Drawknife.
This small drawknife was made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It has no pitting on the back of the blade, just some minor discoloration on the front. It's perfectly usable and has a lot of life left in it.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny Clamp-On Bench Vise.
This small vise has 1in wide jaws. It's in good, usable condition
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made Wooden Cabinet Scraper .
This scraper is 11in long with a 2 7/8in wide blade. It looks like it's made of mahogany. The sole is plated with what I believe is bone. The blade is in great shape. It's a well-made, useful scraper.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Mallet.
A good, usable mallet. It's not too big, not too small. You can hit things with it. about 12in long and weighs about 12oz. Nicely made.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Used Wooden Spokeshave.
This shave is 10in long with a 3in wide blade. There is a brass plate in front of the blade for wear resistance. The blade is well-used but still has some life left.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley Carpenters Hammer.
This hammer has a 16oz head and a good hickory handle. Some of the original decal remains on the handle. There is a small chip at the base of the handle. The head is tight and the face clean. It has long, sweeping claws that extend down past the eye- a true carpenter's hammer not a ripping or framing hammer. Ideal for bench use
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Mallet.
This is a good usable mallet. You can use it to hit things. It weighs about a pound and is very well-made. It has the obligatory green paint splatters on it.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


North Brothers 1926 "Yankee" Tool Book.
This 44 page booklet describes the uses and features of North Brothers' entire line of tools. It's profusely illustrated with interesting use cases for their tools. A rare reference that makes for a fun and educational read.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Cocobolo Hollow Tool Handle.
This tool handle was made by Millers Falls in Millers Falls, MA sometime before 1938. It has a full set of eight bits in the hollow handle including a chisel, gimlet, gouge, awl, bradawl, etc. The two jaw chuck can hold just about anything with a square shank including small files and rasps. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful American Applewood Spokeshave.
This shave was made by John Booth & Sons in Philadelphia. It's marked on the front "Premium Awarded by New York and Philadelphia Institutes". It's 12in long with a 3 1/2in wide blade. The shave is about as nice as you'll find. It has no damage and only a few light scratches along the mouth showing that it was used hardly at all. The blade is near-perfect. It's a gorgeous shave in top condition
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Marples Boxwood Spokeshave.
This shave is just 9in long with a 1 1/2in wide blade. The sole is curved allowing it to work into deep curves. The blade is in excellent condition. The boxwood body has some very light wear. It's aged to a nice deep golden color over time. It's completely usable and a nice size for small work
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


PEXTO 8in Folding-Handle Drawknife.
This drawknife was made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It's a great example to put to use with an excellent blade. There is some staining on the blade but no pitting on the back. The bevel is decently sharp but more importantly has no nicks or dings to grind out. The handles are in great shape. They fold in for storage in order to protect the blade and other tools. They can also fold completely backwards and out of the way for grinding and honing. A high quality drawknife that would be a great worker
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Alford Patent Hand Vise.
This is a good, usable example of this useful hand vise. It has no bits in the hollow handle, not a real drawback as far as usability goes, but it's not a collector's item. A small hand vise like this is invaluable in the shop- I use mine frequently to hold small bits and blades when grinding and honing.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Number Stamp Set.
This set of stamps is complete in its original container. The numbers are 1/4in tall with serifs. Please note- the top of the box is included, just not shown in the photos.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Adjustable Saw Wrest.
This is a very well-made saw wrest with a rotating plate that lets it engage saw teeth of differing pitches. It's unmarked and in excellent condition
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Texas Heritage Saw Vise Kit.
This kit is complete and unused in its original box. More information here
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made Small Bench Mallet.
This is a small mallet for driving chisels at the work bench. It's very well-made with a nicely sculpted handle near the head. It weighs about 1lb, plenty for driving chisels.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Nice Small Joiners Mallet.
This is a very well-made smaller bench mallet weighing about a pound. It would be ideal for driving chisels and gouges at the work bench, but not for heavy timber framing jobs. It's essentially unused.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Keen Kutter 10in Drawknife.
This drawknife was made for E.C. Simmons and sold under the Keen Kutter name. It has an etched logo in two places on the blade. The handles are perfectly tight. The blade has some light wear but no pitting at all on the back. It will require the usual sharpening and be a fine worker.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Pair of Stanley Yankee Offset Ratcheting Screwdrivers.
These two screwdrivers- model no. 3412 and 3400, can be used in tight spaces where other screwdrivers can't reach. One has Phillips head drivers (which is a rare fine) large and small, the other has slotted screwdriver tips, again large and small. Both were made by Stanley after the 1946 North Brothers acquisition. Both work well. Super handy to have in your tool kit
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 610 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is a clean, crisp example in perfect working order. It can be used as a normal screwdriver, a ratcheting screwdriver, or as a spiral ratchet screwdriver for quick assembly. It has a smooth action and three bits as shown in the photos. A nice usable example of this handy tool.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Folding Saw Vise.
This saw vise clamps onto a 2x4 or sawhorse making it useful for job site sharpening. It's missing some finish but still works.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Very Well-Made Scratch Stock .
This is a really nice little oak scratch stock with some interesting inlay work at the end. Completely usable and very pretty.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting Keen Kutter Patented Hollow Tool handle.
This cocobolo tool handle has a collection of seven original bits inside. The cocobolo handle is in excellent condition and has some nice color and grain. It's marked "Pat." but there is no date and I can't find an associated patent. It's the first example I can recall seeing of this particular tool.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent British 9in Ebony Try Square.
This square is marked "J.FROST, NORWICH" on the stock. The blade is straight and clean. The ebony stock has minimal wear. The blade locks perfectly tight once the set screw is tightened. A very good-looking, perfectly usable bevel
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made Machinists Adjustable Parallels.
This is a beautifully made adjustable parallel 6in long overall. Completely unmarked.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett no. 563 6in Firm-Joint Hermaphrodite Caliper.
This caliper is in excellent working order. Still sold today, it retails for $50 new
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 6in Square-Leg Inside Calipers.
These calipers are Starrett's best and in excellent condition. they work perfectly. It's a top quality machinists tool made in Athol, MA by Starrett
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 4in Lock-Joint Transfer Calipers.
This is an early example in excellent condition and in perfect working order. It has the May 21, 1865 patent date on one leg. The transfer arm allows transfer measurements from places where it is necessary to move the legs after they have been set to size. An outstanding example.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Stanley no. 62 Double Marking Gauge.
This dual-beam gauge is in near-mint condition with all original finish. The marking pins are both long and sharp. A perfect example.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


5in Spring Divider.
This early-looking divider closely resembles the dividers and calipers included in the Studley tool cabinet. It is in perfect working order, though heavily patinated from age. It has no mark I can see. Most of this type of divider I find were made in Germany. A fine working example of this lovely tool
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Early & Interesting 5in Outside Caliper.
This is a clean, crisp caliper in perfect working order. It's completely unmarked, though very well-made. It has an early look to it. A useful, good-looking caliper
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 8in Calipers.
These calipers are in good, usable condition with some wear but work perfectly. Made in Athol, MA, they are a top quality machinists tool. Still sold today, they retail for $79 new from Starrett
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Large Boxwood Parallel Rule.
This rule is marked Capt. Field's Improved, Stanley London, Trade Mark. It's made of boxwood with brass hinges. It has some minor chipping on the very edges you can see in the photos. There are a couple of small ink stains as well, of course. An interesting maritime artifact
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


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 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 12in Outside Caliper.
This caliper was made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 10in Inside Calipers.
These calipers are crisp and clean and work perfectly. Made in Athol, MA they are typical Starrett top quality.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Brown and Sharpe 6in Outside Caliper.
This round-leg caliper was made in Providence, RI by B&S. It's in exceptional condition and works perfectly in every way. A very handy tool in a useful size for all sorts of work. Especially useful for gauging late work.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Lufkin no. 771 Two-Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This rule is crisp and clean with perfect scales, all the alignment pins, and good hinges. It's the equivalent of a Stanley no. 84. An outstanding example
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 95 Butt Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This gauge is in mint condition in its original box
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Vernier Caliper.
This is a vintage Craftsman vernier caliper in perfect condition. It's in its original case with the original instructions. It's a useful general-purpose tool for woodworking and machinists work.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting Schollhorn Wing Divider w/ Micro-Adjuster.
This design was patented Aug 7, 1900 by W. Bernard and made by the William Schollhorn Co. of New Haven, CT. It's the uncommon version with a micro-adjuster on one leg. It's an interesting, effective design. This example is clean and in perfect working order. A nice size for design or layout work
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting Schollhorn Wing Divider.
This design was patented Aug 7, 1900 by W. Bernard and made by the William Schollhorn Co. of New Haven, CT. It's an interesting, effective design. This example is clean and in perfect working order. A nice size for design or layout work
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Crisp Lufkin no. 48 Two Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This rule was made by Lufkin in Canada. It's a simple, effective rule in excellent condition.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 136R 4in Caliper Rule.
This rule is in excellent condition. The caliper can be used for inside or outside measurements.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Rosewood Mortise Gauge.
This gauge is unmarked. I'm pretty sure it's British based on the design. It has long, sharp pins. The adjustable pin moves easily and the head locks securely. A high quality, perfectly usable gauge
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful Fruitwood Marking Gauge.
This is a manufactured gauge but has no maker's mark I can see. It's aged to a deep red color. I imagine it's applewood but I can't be sure. It works well and has a long pin secured with a locking screw for easy adjustment. A beautiful, functional tool
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Moore and Wright 4in Outside Caliper.
This is a top quality machinists caliper made in Sheffield. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


4in Flat-Leg Inside Caliper.
This caliper is marked only "RTC". It's a high quality tool in perfect working order.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful Starrett 6in Square-Leg Outside Caliper.
This is a super clean example made by Starrett in Athol, MA. it works perfectly and is of the highest quality
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 6in Hermaphrodite Calipers.
This caliper is in very good condition and works perfectly. It was made by Starrett in Athol, MA
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


14in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a usable 14in bevel with a gorgeous rosewood stock. It has a very faint maker's mark I can't hope to read. It's a hard to find size and a nice looking tool
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Rare Disston no. 3 6in Bevel Gauge.
This gauge was made by Disston likely before 1928. It's almost identical to the classic Stanley "Eureka" style of gauge that is very popular. This is the only 6in example I can recall finding of this gauge. It's in near-mint condition with all original nickel and a clean blade. It works perfectly. A rare find in top condition
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Very Early Stanley 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is one of Stanley's earliest gauges. The design was patented September 4, 1877 by J. Traut. The only identifying mark is the circular patent date stamp on the stock which is hard to read. This example works perfectly. It has a clean blade and a lovely rosewood stock.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


H. Disston 12in Rosewood Try Square.
This square was made by Disston in Philadelphia likely before 1922. It has a gorgeous rosewood stock and a bold Disston mark. The front of the blade has some light discoloration. The back has some even light pitting. It's straight, square and usable. A fairly scarce Disston tool
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Gorgeous Small Applewood Panel Gauge.
This gauge is made from deep red applewood. It has a dovetailed wear plate under the marking pin for wear resistance. It's very well-made and works perfectly. It's only 12.5in long overall. It's a handy tool for marking panels or boards to width.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Marking Gauge.
This gauge was made for the Norvell Shapleigh Hardware Company of St. Louis, MO and sold under the Diamond Edge brand. It's in excellent condition with all original finish. It works perfectly. It has a 6in beam and a round "pizza wheel" cutter. An outstanding example that works perfectly.
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PEXTO 10in Wing Divider.
This is a good, usable divider made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It's a bit dark but works perfectly.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting "Quckset" Caliper Divider.
This divider was patented Oct 15, 1929 by Emil Tjurnlund and made by the Reiner and Campbell of Sy. Paul, MO. It's an interesting design that can expand from near-zero to a massive 24in wide. It's 13in long overall when folded up. It's an interesting, usable divider
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge is clean and in perfect working order. The rosewood stock is especially nice.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Lufkin Taylors Square.
This is a goreous little boxwood square with brass fittings. It was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Marples Cutting Gauge.
This beech gauge has a knife edge cutting blade, ideal for cutting cross-grain. It's in excellent working order. I don't think it's terribly old based on the plastic locking screw. This classic design has a brass wedge to hold the blade in place. A perfect working example of this very useful layout tool.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin no. 882 Two-Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
this is a top-end boxwood rule with fully brass-bound scales and an arched hinge joint. The scales are clean and crisp. The middle alignment pin is present, as is one interior pin. One interior pin is missing. It's a beautiful rule in great shape
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Panel Gauge.
This gauge has a 20in long beam. It's in excellent working order. It's a useful tool for marking wide boards or panels to width.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Marples Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This gauge is made of brass and mahogany. It's in perfect working order. All three pins are long and very sharp. The moving pin adjusts easily. A perfect worker
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


British Brass and Mahogany Mortise Gauge.
This gauge is the classic British pattern with a thick brass beam with integrated adjustment mechanism. The head is in excellent condition and locks perfectly. The pins are on the short side but are made to be replaced should you need to. A beautiful example of this classic tool.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Marples Ebony and Brass Mortise Gauge.
This is a beautifully made English mortise gauge made of jet black ebony and brass. It's a classic top-end design in excellent condition with no damage at all. The marking points are on the short side but they can be replaced if it comes down to it. A simply beautiful tool
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Disston 6in Bevel Gauge.
This is a nice clean example made by Disston & Sons in Philadelphia. It has most original nickel and a nice patina. It works perfectly. It's very similar to the Stanley no. 18 "Eureka" bevel design. A really nice example of this scarce gauge
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin Tape Measure Puller.
It may look like a knuckle duster, but this tool was actually used by surveyors. It allows the user to securely grip and pull a long, and thus heavy, tape measure for more accurate measurements. It's an odd tool, and not common at all. It's in excellent condition and certainly interesting.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Near-Mint Stanley no. 65 Boxwood Marking Gauge.
This gauge is made of boxwood and in excellent to near-mint condition. It has all original finish and works perfectly. There are a few scuff marks on it, the only flaws. An outstanding example of this useful general-purpose marking gauge
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful and Unique Rosewood Marking Gauge.
This gauge has a 11in beam. It looks professionally made but has no maker's mark I can see. The locking mechanism is unique in my experience. The area under the marking pin is brass-plated for wear resistance. It also has two inlaid bone (?) circles on the underside of the head. It's in excellent working order and looks fantastic
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional Stanley no. 20 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a near-perfect example with lovely rosewood and almost perfect original bluing on the blade. The rosewood stock has some incredible grain. It works perfectly- a great example to put to use
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 136 1/2 6in Caliper Rule.
This small rule has some light discoloration on the brass but is otherwise near-perfect. The caliper is graduated for both inside and outside measurements.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 52 SW Era Two-Foot Folding Rule.
This four-fold boxwood rule was made during the 1920s SW era. It has good hinges and all three alignment pins. Other than some discoloration on the brass hinges it's in exceptional condition and works perfectly. A very nice example nearly 100 years old
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


6in Starrett Divider.
This is a top quality divider in perfect working order. It was made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It has a minor bit of staining on the back, as shown. A top quality tool in great working order.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Early Stanley no. 18 10in "Eureka" Bevel Gauge.
This is an early example of the no. 18 with Sargent's July 22, 1873 patent date on the blade. It works perfectly. It has some minor discoloration but looks great and is perfectly usable
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


6in Starrett Divider.
This divider is in very good condition and works perfectly. It has some light discoloration you can see in the photos. It was made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality layout tool
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


8in Sargent Wing Divider.
This divider was made for Sargent by PS&W in Southington, CT. It's in very good condition and works perfectly. It has some light discoloration and patina. An ideal tool for layout or design.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Early 6in Compass.
This compass is marked "S.J Bemis" which I presume was a precursor to Bemis & Call which was started in 1844. It's seen some use and has a nice patina. The hinge is tight and the points in good shape. A solid worker for layout or design work
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 66 Rosewood Marking Gauge.
This is a clean, early example with Traut's Aug 5, 1873 patent date stamped on the beam. It's a high quality gauge made of nicely colored rosewood with a brass plate for wear resistance under the adjustable marking pin. It works perfectly and looks great
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley SW Era 6in Combination Square.
This is a nice Bodmer patent square with the SW logo from the 1920s and the Jan 23, 1917 Patent date on the blade. It's missing a bit of nickel but works perfectly. A nice usable example in a useful size.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Outstanding 6in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is an absolutely gorgeous rosewood gauge in top condition. The wooden stock has outstanding grain and color and no wear. The blade is perfectly clean. It has a thicker stock than most I see which gives it a nice heft. It clearly has a lot of age to it based on the patination on the brass, but it's completely unmarked. It works perfectly.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 73 Boxwood Mortise Gauge.
This is a scarce Stanley gauge. It's made from solid boxwood with a brass wear plate and shoe under the locking pin. It's unmarked but has Traut's patented features so there's no doubt who made it. It's in excellent working order. The pins are long and sharp. It has little wear and a nice dark golden patina from age. There is a tight check in the head that's hard to see in the photos. It's tight and stable, not going all the way through the head. a minor cosmetic blemish. A perfect worker mortise gauge
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10in Southington "Hold-Fast" Bevel Gauge.
This is a nice clean example of this well-made bevel gauge. The blade locks via a thumb lever on the stock. This design was patented Dec 15, 1914. It was made by the Southington Hardware Company of Southington, CT. It has some very light nickel loss you can see in the photos. It still looks great and works perfectly.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


J. Taber 1/4in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality American molding plane made by J. Taber in New Bedford, MA in the mid-19th century. The entire profile is boxed. The boxing is still straight. The blade is long and clean. It has evidence of a fence being attached on the non-escapement side. It's a perfectly usable plane in a desirable size
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


12in Combination Square.
This square was made for Craftsman, likely by the Union Tool Company of Orange, MA based on the style of the graduations. It's clean and perfectly usable
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Stanley no. 14 6in Try Square.
This is an unusual square made based on Traut's 10/24/1882 patented slotted blade. It looks like a fairly early model based on the Stanley logo, likely prior to 1900. It's in clean, perfectly usable condition.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett no. 281 Wire Gauge.
This is a clean example made by Starrett in Athol, MA. Still made today, it retails for $90 new from Starrett
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 69 One-Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This is a simple, useful rule in excellent condition. The scales are perfectly clean. All three alignment pins are present. It's not marked Stanley, but the model 69 matches their catalog description and it has the pentagonal hinge pin that Stanley used. A superb example
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Peter Ross 5in Forged Dividers.
This divider was made by famed blacksmith Peter Ross. Ross only makes these in small batches and hasn't offered any for sale in a while as far as I know. They are beautifully made and work perfectly. They retailed for $125 when they were purchased new. A great opportunity to own a tool made by the famed Peter Ross.
$125 This Item Has Been Sold


Peter Ross 7in Forged Dividers.
This divider was made by famed blacksmith Peter Ross. Ross only makes these in small batches and hasn't offered any for sale in a while as far as I know. They are beautifully made and work perfectly. They retailed for $125 when they were purchased new. A great opportunity to own a tool made by the famed Peter Ross.
$125 This Item Has Been Sold


Striking Knife.
This layout tool has an awl end on one side, a marking blade on the other. It's unmarked, about 7in long, and in excellent condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Striking Knife.
This layout tool has an awl end on one side, a marking blade on the other. It's unmarked, about 7in long, and in excellent condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Striking Knife.
This layout tool has an awl end on one side, a marking blade on the other. It's unmarked, about 8in long, and in excellent condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


General 6in Machinists Square.
This square is in excellent condition with its original box. The box top has blown-out corners. It was made by General in New York.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 9in Try Square.
This square was made in the 1910-1918 "type 11" era based on the logo. It's in very good condition and perfectly usable. The rosewood stock has some light wear.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Very Early Stanley Try and Mitre Square.
This square has a 7 1/2in steel blade and a beautiful rosewood stock. It has two patent dates on it: Traut's April 16, 1872 and Winterbottom's June 29, 1869. I haven't come across a Stanley square with both of these patent marks before. It's in very good condition and perfectly usable. An interesting, early square.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 34 1/4V 12in Maple Ruler.
This ruler is in excellent condition. It's graduated in eights on one side, sixteenths on the other
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 62 Two Foot, Four-Fold Brass-Bound Rule.
This rule is in excellent condition. It has clean scales, all of its alignment pins, and good tight hinges.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Gorgeous Marples Rosewood Cutting Gauge.
This gauge was made by Wm. Marples and is marked "Marples & Sons, Hibernia" with the shamrock mark. The beam and head are both rosewood with some nice color variations. Both are in near-perfect condition. The end is completely brass-capped with a screw-lock for the cutting blade. The head locks and adjusts easily. It's an absolutely gorgeous example of this extremely useful layout tool.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Awl.
Everyone needs an awl. This is a good, usable awl made by Millers Falls in Greenfield, MA
$5 This Item Has Been Sold


L.S. Starrett 4in Combination Square.
This small square is in good, usable condition. It was made by Starrett in Athol, MA. The head adjusts easily and locks securely. The blade has some light pitting but is clean and still easy to read. An inexpensive example of this very desirable small square
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Cutting Gauge.
This marking gauge has a knife blade for making clean, accurate lines across the grain. It's well-made and in excellent working order. The head and beam are mahogany. A fine working example of this useful gauge
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin 6in Combination Square.
This is a good, usable example in a desirable smaller size. It was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI;. The head has all original finish. The blade has some very light discoloration. It works perfectly.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 72 Double Marking Gauge.
This gauge has two adjustable beams which make it ideal for laying out multiple lines without changing settings. It's clean and in perfect working order. Both points are long and sharp.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin Three Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This rule, a model no. 3851, was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. It's the same as the Stanley no. 66 1/2. It's clean and has nice tight hinges. It lays flat when opened and stays folded when closed. A nice clean, usable example
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


4in Machinists Inside Caliper.
This caliper was made by the Consolidated Tool Works in New York. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Marples Mortise Gauge.
this gauge was made in Sheffield by Wm. Marples & Sons. It's made of mahogany with a brass slide to move the adjustable point. Both points are sharp and have some life left in them. It's a good, usable example with a nice look to it
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Machinists Depth Gauge.
This gauge was made by the General Hardware Co. in New York. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly. It's equivalent to the Starret 287 in terms of design and functionality.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Lufkin no. 781 Two-Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This rule was made in Saginaw, MI by Lufkin. It's fully brass-bound and identical to the Stanley 62 in design. This example is in exceptional condition with clean scales, tight hinges, and all three alignment pins. It stays put when folded and lays flat when unfolded. A top quality rule in great shape
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Richard Kell Dovetail Marker.
This brass dovetail marker is 1:5 on one side, 1:8 on the other
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 61 SW Era Marking Gauge.
This is a simple, effective marking gauge made by Stanley in the 1920s SW era. It's in excellent condition with no wear or flaws.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no.12 6in Try Square.
This all-metal square is in excellent condition. It has most of the original bluing on the blade. It's straight and square. The all-metal construction makes it a good candidate to add to your outdoor working kit or wherever it might see some abuse.
$16 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 7 Hurwood Awl.
Everyone needs an awl- the Stanley Hurwood is one of the best ever made. There is a sold steel shank from the point to the top of the handle, much like the Everlast chisel design. A good, usable awl
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Stanley Pocket Level.
This small cast iron level has an intact bubble and maybe 95% or better japanning. It does not have the attachment point for a framing square which is unusual.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin no. 751 Two Foot Boxwood Folding Rule.
This rule, made in Saginaw, MI is a model no. 751, the same as a Stanley 61. It has a bit of wear but the hinges are tight and the scales are perfectly clean.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin no. 372 One Foot Boxwood Caliper Rule.
This rule, made in Saginaw, MI is a model no. 372, the same as a Stanley 36 1/2. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


3/4in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Matthew Crannell in Albany in the mid-1800s. It's completely usable with some wear along the step. The boxing is long and straight and the blade is perfect and barely used. A good usable example for medium to large sized moldings.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful 7/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in New York by Cornelius See work worked in and around New York City in the first half of the 19th century. The plane is in excellent condition and has the bold federal eagle mark at the toe that is documented as mark "A" in AWP-V. A nice example in a large size for house moldings
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Excellent 3/4in English Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by C. Nurse in London. It's in excellent condition with a perfect blade. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch to help with working difficult hardwoods. It shows little use and remains in excellent working order. A good example to use for medium to larger house moldings.
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3/4in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by G. Popple in Sheffield, England. It has a cabinet pitch blade especially suited to working in hardwoods. 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.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 7/8in wide dado across the grain. It was made by Ohio Tool Company. It's in excellent condition and should work perfectly. The depth stop is functional. Both the blade and nicker are clean. the nicker is on the short side but still functional. the plane body is crisp and clean with nice sharp corners. A fine worker in a useful size for larger cast, cabinet, and chest projects.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


American 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Newark, NJ planemaking partnership of Mockridge and Francis between 1835-68. The plane is well-used but remains in usable condition. It has some honest patina from age and use. The blade remains long and clean. A solid worker in a medium size.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Big Moseley 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a big 1in bead- a size intended for house moldings and architectural work. It's a crisp, clean plane made in the 1840s by Moseley in London. It has dead straight boxing and a long, clean blade. It has no wear or damage. It's perfectly usable if you have some big jobs for it.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This well-made plane was made by Fairclough in Liverpool. It's a well-made British molding plane in especially clean and fine condition. The depth stop works perfectly. Both the blade and nicker are clean and long, nearly original length. The body is dead on straight. It's a perfect worker, ideal for thicker case work, chests, stairs, etc.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Crisp & Clean 7/8in "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It is an exceptionally crisp, clean blades with excellent blades and very little evidence of use. It cuts a T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. It will work on 3/4in as well if you are careful to register the fence on the correct faces. This design looks quirky but it works very well.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Lufkin no. 651 Boxwood Folding Rule.
This rule is Lufkin's example of the Stanley no. 68. It's a four-fold, two foot boxwood rule made in Saginaw, MI. It's in excellent condition all around with clean scales, perfect hinges and all three alignment pins.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


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 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This well-made molding plane cuts a 3/4in wide by 1/4in deep flat ovolo profile- an exceptionaly useful shape for decorating the edge of a shelf, box lid, etc. It's clean and well-cared for and in excellent working order. The mouth is tight, the blade clean and free of pitting. The plane was made by King and Peach in Hull in the 1848-1860 timeframe.An excellent working molding plane in a useful size.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Extra-Clean and Crisp 3/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane is in perfect working order. It's dead straight, has a functional depth stop, and both blades are long and clean. The nicker blade has a short tang on it, but it's still usable and easy to set with a cross peen hammer. The plane was made by King and Peach in Hull in the 1848-1860 timeframe. It has seen little use and still has nice crisp corners and no hammer marks on the heel. A solid user in a useful, but hard to find, size
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3/4in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by M. Shiverick in Brooklyn, NY between 1865-67. It cuts a 3/4in wide dado, a very desirable but somewhat hard to find size. As with all of Shiverick's planes, it's very well made. It's survived the years well and remains perfectly straight. Both blades are freshly honed and the plane works beautifully. The depth stop is a simple wedged wooden affair that works well. It's a desirable plane in ready-to-use condition
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional 1/4in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by John Moseley between 1862-1880 in London. Moseley was a top-quality planemaker, this plane presenting definite proof of that. It's beautifully made and has survived the decades well remaining dead straight and perfectly usable. Both blades are long and clean. The depth stop is tight and accurate. Finding 1/4in dado is very hard, never mind one still straight and usable. It's a fantastic example in a rare size.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Matched Pair of Sandusky 3/8in Hollow and Round Molding Planes.
these planes are a model no. 92 and a no. 2 pair which in the Sandusky system equates to 3/8in wide arc. They are both lightly used with some light wear to the tops of the wedges. The soles are both straight. The blades are long and perfectly clean. They need the usual tuning up but no major work. A good, quality pair in a useful size and in usable condition.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Big Quirk Ogee and Bead Molding Plane..
This plane was made by BF Berry in Watertown, NY. It cuts a big 2in wide by 1in deep quirk ogee and bead profile. The plane is especially clean and crisp. The boxing is perfect, as is the wedge. The blade looks like it hasn't been used. It's a lovely profile and an outstanding plane.
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Unusual Quirk Ogee and Square Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a very unusual profile with the ogee nearly perfectly flat and a square at the end rather than a bead or fillet. the profile is especially dramatic- 1in wide by 3/4in deep. It was made by TJ McMaster in Auburn, NY. It's a high quality plane with a double-boxed sole. the blade is especially clean and looks like it was never used. A perfectly usable plane and one of very few I've seen with this profile.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Early I.COX 3/4in Astragal Molding Plane.
John Cox (I.Cox) made planes in Birmingham from 1770-1843.It has the typical design features of an English plane made around the turn of the 19th century. This plane is in excellent condition with little wear. It has a clean blade and could be used with just a little effort put into honing the blade.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent & Interesting 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by William Goldsmith who made planes in Philadelphia, PA in the mid-1800s. The plane exhibits the classic "interrupted boxing" technique where strips of wood, in this case it looks like Lignum, are inset into the high-wear areas. This give the planes from this area and era a quite a unique look. This plane is in excellent condition all-around and will work perfectly. It's a very useful size for case and cabinet work.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Sargent 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made for Sargent, the New Haven, CT based tool dealer and manufacturer, by Sandusky. It's in excellent working order. It has a good blade and nicker. The depth stop works perfectly. A fine worker in the most common side I find so far as dado planes go.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Ohio Tool 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a very nice example with almost no wear. The boxing is straight and the blade long and free of pitting. It's a perfectly usable example of this very desirable small size side bad.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in London by J. Dixon. It's a quality plane that's been used a bit but has a lot of life left in it. The blade is clean and long, the boxing dead straight. A fine user in a very handy size for case and cabinet work.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional H. Chapin 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane. .
This is a top quality American side bead molding plane made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It has perfect boxing and a long, clean blade. It's seen very little use. The plane remains in exceptional condition. It will be a superb worker in this very desirable and useful size.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Sash Meeting Rail Plane.
This adjustable plane was used to make a water tight joint between the upper and lower sashes on a double-hung window. It was made by Wm. Tomlinson in Glasgow between 1845-51. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable. The blade is clean, the body has a beautiful patina. The adjustable fence works perfectly. A great example of this scarce sash-maker's tool.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful, Small Ogee and Fillet Molding Plane.
This plane is Marked "Moore" a mark that's listed in AWP-V as belonging to Wm. Moore, a New York hardware dealer listed as working 1844-47. It's in exceptional condition with a clean blade and very little evidence of use. The profile it cuts is just about 5/8in wide by 1/2in deep. It's a scarce profile and a very useful small size. This plane will make a great worker with little effort required to have it working well.
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Beautiful W. DIBB Adjustable Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made in York, England by William Dibb. Dibb, and later his sons, worked from 1800-1860. Based on the design of the plane I'm confident it dates to the early part of that timeframe. The plane has an adjustable fence that allows it to cut rabbets up to 1in wide. It has an early-looking wooden adjustable depth that still works well. the blade has plenty of life left and is quite clean. It has an incredible patina to it and no damage. As with all of the Dibb planes I've seen, it's very well-made. A perfectly usable plane with a lot off history to it
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Matched Pair of Applewood Adjustable Tongue and Groove Planes.
These planes are made from deep red applewood and have adjustable fences to allow them to work stock 7/8in to 5/4in thick. Both have complete handles with good horns and steel-plated fences for wear resistance. The blades are in good shape and have lots of life left. It's a beautiful pair of planes that should work very well.
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W.H. Taber Moving Fillister Plane.
This plane was made by W.H. Taber in Lowell, MA in the mid-19th century. It has an adjustable fence, depth stop, and a nicker to allow it to cut cross-grain. This sort of plane can make quick work of cutting rabbets cleanly and accurately.. The blade has some pitting away from the bevel. It has a simple, yet effective depth stop. It's a good, usable moving fillister
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Excellent 1/2in American Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by A.B. Seidenstricker & Co in Baltimore, MD between 1856-66. It's in excellent condition with little wear. It's dead straight. Both the blade and nicker are both clean and have plenty of life left. The depth stop is simple and effective. It's a perfectly usable example in a very useful size
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


American Double-Iron Sash Plane.
This plane was made by J. Lord in Watertown, NY. According to AWP-V, Lord worked on his own from 1832-34 and his shop was acquired by a sash and window shop which continued to make tools. This plane cuts both halves of a sash molding- the outside rabbet to hold the glass and the decorative inside profile. In this case the inside profile is a simple bevel. Both blades are long and clean. The plane has light wear and is still usable.
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Superb Matched 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
This pair of planes was made by R&L Carter in Troy, NY in the 1830s-40s. These are top-quality planes with fully plated fences and excellent fit and finish. Both planes are especially clean and have no damage or wear. Both blades are long and clean, perfectly free of pitting. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock. A good size for larger case or carcase work.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


1 14in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane shows some wear but is perfectly usable still. It was made by James Farr, a New York plane maker documented as workig from 1832-52. The blade is long and clean. It's free of pitting but needs a regrind and hone as expected from a vintage plane. A good solid worker
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Excellent Quirk ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made in New York by James Farr between 1832-52. It's in especially nice condition with nice crisp corners, perfect boxing, and a blade that looks like it was never used. The blade has no pitting, just some discoloration. It cuts a curvy quirk ogee and bevel profile 1 1/2in wide by 3/4in deep. A great furniture scale cornice molding. An excellent plane in perfectly usable condition
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H. Chapin no. 217 3/4 Fenced Casing Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It's in very good condition an perfectly usable. The blade is long and clean. It cuts a simple thumbnail profile on 7/8in thick stock. Unlike most planes, it is used vertically using the face of the board as a reference edge, not the edge. It's simple and effective for working with the grain and a nice profile for a table or shelf edge.
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H. Chapin no. 217 1/2 Fenced Casing Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It's in exceptional condition with almost no wear at all. The blade is long and clean. It cuts a simple thumbnail profile on 3/4in thick stock. Unlike most planes, it is used vertically using the face of the board as a reference edge, not the edge. It's simple and effective for working with the grain and a nice profile for a table or shelf edge.
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Near-Mint Matched Pair of Sargent Handled 1in Tounge and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made for Sargent by Sandusky. They have the sculpted handles that Sandusky offered on some of their planes. These handles are specially carved to fit the right hand of the user- sorry lefties.. these aren't for you. These planes cut a t&g joint centered on 1in stock. They will work on 7/8 if you are careful. The planes are in near-mint condition. The bodies are perfect. The skates are clean. Even the screws still have the original bluing. The blades are perfect. These are as nice as they come and will be exceptional workers.
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Early Kennedy & White Double-Iron Sash Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Kennedy and White in New York between 1822-40. It cuts a small ovolo on the inside portion of the sash, and the rabbet to hold the glass on the outside. It's adjustable to accommodate different width sash stock. One blade has some light pitting, the other is clean. It's perfectly usable.
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Interesting and Unique Quirk Flat Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a very strange profile with acute angles and sharp corners. The profile is 1 1/2in wide by 1in deep. It has good boxing and a somewhat discolored, but usable blade. It was made by Young & McMaster in auburn, NY in the 1830s-40s.
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Near-Mint 3/8in DR Barton Dado Molding Plane.
This molding plane is as close to factory-fresh as you'll find. It's absolutely perfect and unused. It was made by Rochester, NY by DR Barton. It's a somewhat scarce size, and quite desirable. A simply outstanding plane in every way.
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Matched Pair of Snip Bill Molding Planes.
These planes are completely unmarked and mach each other exactly. They are well-made with boxed soles and good blades. Most importantly, they are not warped- a common flaw with snipes. This is a good, usable pair that need just the usual sharpening.
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Excellent 5/16in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 5/16in bead bu has no fence so it can be used away from the edge of aboard with the use of a batten. It was made by James Kellogg in Amherst, MA. Kellogg made high quality planes throughout the mid-late 19th century. This one is clean and usable with dead straight double boxing. A useful size in superb condition.
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Israel White 1/2in "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Plane.
this plane was made by the well-known Philadelphia planemaker Israel White in the 1830s. It's in good, usable condition with some wear, but no damage. The blades are decent, with some scattered discoloration and some light pitting on the grooving blade. It cuts a T&G joint centered on 1/2in stock. The plane works both sides of the joint by flipping it around. It looks gimmicky but it works, and was a very popular design when it was made. A good, solid user plane
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Exceptional 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This is a superb molding plane- essentially unused with crisp, sharp corners and no damage at all. The blades are perfect. The depth stop is simple but effective. It was made by W.M. Souder in Philadelphia ca. 1825-53. A perfectly usable plane in top condition.
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Exceptional 3/16in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by A. Miller in upstate, NY according to AWP-IV. Not much more is known about this maker and examples of his work are rare. It's a very well-made plane in excelletn condition. The boxing is dead straight, the blade long and clean. It cuts a small 3/16in aside bead, an extremely desirable size among woodworkers. This one will need a quick sharpening and will be a great user.
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Excellent 1/2in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This molding plane was made by J.F. Ransom in Watertown, NY. Ransom made planes ca. 1850 according to AWP-V. It's in excellent condition and has no signs of use. The blade is perfect, as is the boxing. It has crisp, sharp corners and no hammer marks on the heel. It's a good, useful, medium size in top condition
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Superb British 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by P.E. Parkes in Birmingham ca. 1876-1921. It's in excellent condition, superbly made, and has no damage, use or apologies at all. A big size for larger house moldings and the like.
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Unusual Applewood Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane is made from figured applewood that has aged to a nice deep red color. It cuts a 3/4in wide flat ovolo profile, a useful shape for shelf edges, drawer fronts, etc. It's well-made, though it has no maker's mark. The blade is in excellent condition. Unusual and perfectly usable.
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Unusual 1/4in Double Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts two 1/4in beads side by side. It was made by J. Searing in Newark, NJ in the 1840s-50s. It's in perfectly usable condition. The boxing is still dead straight. It's clean and crisp with little wear and no damage. It's a useful size, but a hard one to find.
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American Sash Cope Plane.
This plane was made by L. Gardner in Boston from 1843-55. It under cuts the ovolo moldings on a sash window to make coped joints. It's in excellent condition- clean and crisp with an excellent blade. A somewhat scarce plane, and in top condition
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1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane is marked only "Watertown", which I'm sure is Watertown, NY, with no visible maker's mark. It's in near-perfect condition with no damage, wear or apologies. It looks completely unused. As nice as they come. It cuts a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/4in stock. It could be used as a make-do forkstaff for working implement handles and the like. A lovely plane
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American 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in the late 19th century by Josiah King who worked in New York at the Bowery. It's seen some use but remains in very good condition. The boxing is dead straight with only light wear. The blade is clean and completely free of pitting. It's a good, usable example in a very desirable size.
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Superb 1/4in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. It's in extremely crisp and clean condition with no evidence of use and crisp, sharp corners. The boxing is dead straight, a rarity for this size center bead. The blade appears unused. There are holes bored in the side of the plane from the factory to allow it to be used with a plow plane fence to accurately cut beads away from the edge of the board. An outstanding example
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3/4in Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the prolific Philadelphia, PA planemaker John Bell. It cuts both halves of a T&G joint centered on 3/4in stock, a very desirable size. The blades are long and in good, clean condition. The plane has seen light use and remains in very good working order,
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Quirk Flat Ovolo and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made for the F.G. Spencer hardware company which operated in New York City in the mid-1860s. It cuts a 1in wide by 5/8in deep flat quirked ogee- a nice size and shape that you can get a lot of use out of. The body is clean, but it looks like it was refinished at some point. It has minimal wear. The boxing is good. The blade is long and clean. A solid worker with a useful profile
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Chapin Stephens Adjsutable Double-Iron Sash Molding Plane.
This is a C-S model 192 made at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT after Chapin merger into Chapin-Stephens ca. 1900. It's clean and crisp and has seen no use based on the lack of any wear at all. It can be adjusted to work different widths of stock. It cuts the decorative ovolo on the inside and the rabbet on the outside to hold the glass. The blades are perfect.
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Nice Small Quirk Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a nice little ovolo 3/4in wide by 5/8in deep. There is no maker's mark I can see. If I had to guess, I'd say it's American and probably very early 1800s based on the design. It's clean and crisp, and very well-made. The sole is straight and the blade is clean. It's a nice little useful profile. It should be a fine worker
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Ohio Tool Co Flat Quirk Ogee Molding Plane.
This is an unusual profile- a flat quirk ogee 5/8in wide by 1/4in deep. It was made by the Ohio Tool Company early on. It's a quality, well-made plane. The boxing is straight and the blade is clean and long. A solid worker with a useful little profile
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Rare 1/2in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane is a rarity both because it's a very hard to find 1/2in size and because it's still dead straight and usable. Most small rabbet planes I find are warped beyond use. This one is clean and crisp and perfectly usable. The only flaw are two small screw holes where a former owner attached a fence.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has no maker's mark. It's perfectly usable. It shows some light use but the boxing is straight and the blade is clean. A solid worker in a common medium size
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Mathieson 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high qualtiy British plane made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It's clean and has perfect boxing and an excellent, long blade. A perfect worker in a common medium size
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3/4in Matched Hollow and Round Molding Planes.
these planes were made by J.E. Child in Providence, RI. Child is listed in AWP-V as working from 1850-80 and also doing contract work for the Greenfield Tool Co. This makes sense as these planes have maple wedges, not beech, like almost all of Greenfield's planes. Both planes are in excellent condition- well-made and perfectly usable. The show very light wear and have excellent blades. A great working pair in a very desirable size
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3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Auburn Tool Co. It is in excellent condition, showing very little use and remaining in perfect working order. The boxing is long and straight. The blade is original length and perfectly free of pitting as well. The heel has no hammer marks and the wedge is perfect. An ideal user in a desirable size for case and cabinet work.
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Tiny 1/4in Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is a good, usable molding plane likely British but the maker's mark is over-stamped. The blade is in excellent condition and the boxing is dead straight. It was designed with a removable slip on the escapement side which is unusual for a plane like this. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch. It's a solid worker with an unusual and useful profile
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Philly Planes Moving Fillister .
This is a nearly-new example that's seen the lightest use and remains in near new condition. It is one of the only modern versions of the classic British moving fillister being made today. It's a lovely plane of the highest quality. It retails for £ 350 (about $427) on The Philly Planes Website
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Excellent IOHN GREEN 3/4in Square Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made in London by the famous John Green who worked in the late 18th and early 19th century. This plane has the broad flat chamfers, round wedge profile, and deep cove at the step I expect to see from a 18th century plane. It's in excellenet condition with a great patina and only a few light hammer marks on the heel. It cuts an ogee profile 3/4in wide by 3/4in deep. The blade is in good shape. It'll make a good user with a useful profile.
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Unused Cox and Luckman 3/8in Side Bead.
This plane is literally in near mint condition- unused with bardly a blemish on the body, the original factory grind on the blade, and not a speck of rust or pitting. Cox and Luckman worked from 1839-1914 with the & Son mark dating to 1883-on according to Goodman. This plane is very well made- (see the knife edge where the ramp meets the wedge for proof!) and would certainly seem to be in the early part of that range. The plane has an owner's mark, the only evidence it was owned by anyone. It still has the original price penciled in on the heel. The boxing is perfect with a nice deep quirk. The York pitch blade is perfect as well. It would be almost impossible to find a plane in better condition, but don't worry about using it! It was made to cut beads, and it should be used and appreciated.
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Beautiful 1/2in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made in New York by J. Farr. It's a top quality plane in amazing condition. The blade is essentially unused. The nicked blade is interesting in design- it's bedded at an angle much like the main blade, not vertically like many dado planes. The plane has crisp, sharp corners and no wear. The depth stop is simple but works perfectly. It's dead on straight and perfectly usable. A fantastic example if you want a plane to put to use.
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Rare Dovetail Molding Plane.
This looks to me like an actual dovetail plane- it has a slanted sole and matching blade as shown in the photos. This was the plane's original configuration- it's not a re-purposed rabbet plane. The aperture is a consistent width across the entire mouth which it would not be was the plane modified. It is in excellent condition having seen little use. It was made by by Orrin Edgerton who worked throughout upstate New York in the first half of the 19th century before serving in the Civil War. A rare plane in outstanding condition
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1/4in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
Very good condition
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Unusual 3/16in IOHN GREEN Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is unusual in that it's only 8in long. It was made this way originally as both the maker's mark on the toe and the size mark on the heel are still intact. It was made by John Green in London. Green is a well documented planemaker who worked in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. It's a very well made plane that remains in excellent condition. It's completely usable and a very desirable size among woodworkers. The smaller size made it ideal for working small parts. I can't recall seeing one like it before.
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Exceptional 1/2in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. It cuts a 1/2in wide bead. With the use of a batton, or a plow plane fence inserted through the factory-made holes in the body, it can run a series of beads along a board. The plane is in exceptional condition. The boxing is dead straight- a key issue with many center bead planes. The blade is perfect. The body is crisp and clean. The only apology are a few small screw holes in the side of the plane where a fence was attached at some point. A fantastic example if you are looking for a plane to put to work.
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Small Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
The plane was made by King and Peach in Hull in the 1848-1860 timeframe. It cuts a 1/2in wide by 1/4in deep ovolo- a handy profile for all sorts of work. It's clean and has no damage. There is some very light wear from use. The blade is near-perfect. It's an easy plane to use with its wide fence and depth stop. An ideal candidate to put to work.
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Double-Iron Adjustable Sash Plane.
This plane was made by J&L Denison in Saybrook, CT. It cuts both halves of a sash profile- the rabbet on the outside to hold the glass and a decorative ovolo on the inside. It can be adjusted to accommodate stock of different thicknesses. It's in very good, usable condition.
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Small Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a small version of the ubiquitous and supremely useful quirk ogee and bevel profile measuring only 7/8in wide and 3/8in deep. It was made by Barry and Way in New York in the mid-19th century. It remains in excellent condition with little evidence of use, perfect boxing, and a long, clean blade completely free of pitting. It's completely usable and won't take long to have it up and running. A great example to put to use
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Outstanding C. Nurse Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is a top quality plane made in London by Charles Nurse & Co. It cuts a 1/2in wid eby 1/4in deep flat ovolo profile- very useful for all sorts of work. the plane is crisp and clean with a super tight mouth and nice sharp corners. It has a cabinet pitch blade which is long and clean, perfectly free of pitting. Ideal for putting a decorative edge on hard to work woods thanks to the blade pitch and tight mouth
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Exceptional Varvill & Sons 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in York at the Ebor Works by Varvill and Sons, one of my favorite British planemakers. They made top quality planes that work exceptionally well in my experience. This one is in excellent condition with light wear from some careful use. The boxing is still perfect. The blade is completely free of pitting. A great candidate to put to work and a desirable size for case and cabinet work
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Outstanding Moseley 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
If you want a 1/4in bead to use, this is the one. It was made by Moseley in London in the 1860s. It has a cabinet pitch blade which is in excellent condition completely free of pitting. The boxing is dead straight. The plane is crisp and clean. A great candidate to put to use in a very desirable size.
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Top Quality British 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Griffiths of Norwich. Like all of Griffiths' planes, this one is very well made and top quality. It's in excellent condition with very little wear. The fully boxed sole is dead straight. The blade is long and clean, free of pitting. It cuts a 1/4in bead along the edge of a board- a useful and very desirable size. It needs just a light honing to have it working perfectly.
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Excellent American Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by A.G. Moore in New York City in the mid-19th century. It cuts a nice curvy 5/8in wide by 5/8in deep reverse ogee profile. The plane is exceptionally clean and crisp and has a near-perfect blade. The blade matches the sole profile perfectly and just needs to be honed. A nice usable molding plane with a desirable small profile.
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Scarce Boxed Rabbet Molding Plane.
This is a 1in wide rabbet with a straight blade and a boxed working corner. It was made by the Arrormommett Works in Middletown, CT. It's nice and clean with a super sharp working corner. The blade is in decent condition but needs the usual tuning. Boxed rabbets are very scarce but also very desirable among users. This one looks like a good addition to a working kit of molding planes
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3/8in Dado Molding Plane by Varvill.
This plane was made in York by Varvill & Sons at the Ebor works. Varvill is one of my favorite British planemakers due tot he fact that the planes they made were absolutely top quality. This small 3/8in dado plane is no exception- it's been used but you can still see the high level of craftsmanship that went into making it. It's still dead straight, has two good blades, and a functional depth stop. Dado planes in this size are hard to find- this one will make a fine worker
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Early American 3/4in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by I.B. Blosfom, a late 18th century/early 19th century planemaker, likely in MA. AWP-V has a listing for this maker and rates it (****) for rarity. It has the typical heavy flat chamfers of a plane from this era. It's still completely usable- dead straight with a clean blade and long nicker blade. The depth stop is a simple tombstone style wooden stop that's still tight in the mortise. It's an interesting, usable molding plane in a very desirable size
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Superb 1/2in American Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Marten Doscher in New York. It was sold by the Reed & Auerbacher Hardware Company, also in New York, which seems to date to the late 1800s based on business records. The plane is exceptionally clean and crisp and in perfect working order. Both blades are in excellent condition. The depth stop works perfectly. It'll be an outstanding worker in a very useful size.
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Superb Quirk Ovolo and Fillet Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Troy, NY by Simeon Rowell between 1828-32. It's in excellent condition with very little wear, nice sharp crisp corners, and a full-length blade. The boxing is dead straight. It cuts a quirk ovolo and fillet profile 1in wide by 5/8in deep- a super curvy profile in a great smaller size. It's an outstanding profile and a perfect example to put to use
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Crisp 1/2in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Z.J. McMaster in Auburn, NY in the first half of the 19th century. The boxing is dead on straight and the blade is in excellent condition. The plane has some light hammer marks but the corners are still crisp and sharp. The plane is in excellent condition all around and perfectly usable. It's a very useful size, capable of cutting a single bead or series of beads at any distance from the edge of a board. An outstanding plane.
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Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made for G. Ashley, the Binghamton, NY hardware dealer operating from 1845-1870. It was likely made by Sandusky. The plane cuts a reverse ogee 1in wide by 5/8in deep. The blade is decent- it'll need some grinding and a quick honing to make it match the sole but it's long and clean. There's some light wear from use. It's a pretty little profile that should have a number of uses.
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E.C. Stearns Cabinet Scraper.
This scraper was made in Syracuse NY by Stearns. It's pretty much the same as the Stanley no. 80 cabinet scraper. This example has some finish loss but the blade is exceptional- long and clean with no pitting. It's an ideal worker for scraping large areas.
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Sargent no. 54 Cabinet Scraper.
This is Sargent's version of the Stanley no. 80 cabinet scraper. It was made in New Haven, CT during the 1910-1918 "VBM" (Very Best Made) era. It's in very good working order with only light wear. There is some finish loss from use and the blade is a replacement made by Stanley from the same 1910-1918 era with the "V" logo. The blade is clean and has plenty of life left. It's a useful cabinet scraper and a good example to put to work
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Scarce Millers Falls no. 55 Pock Block Plane.
This small block plane was made by Millers Falls in Millers Falls, MA prior to 1939. It's essentially the same as a Stanley no. 102 in size and design. It's a handy little block plane to keep in an apron pocket. This example has about 95% original japanning and a long, clean blade
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Early Sargent no.206 Block Plane.
This small pocket block plane was made by Sargent in New Haven. CT. It's an early "type 2" made between 1888-1900. It's a good usable example with a clean blade and a perfectly functional blade adjuster.
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Stanley no. 271 Router Plane.
This is an English-Made 271 in new condition in its original box. It includes the original instructions and wrappings.
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Bargain Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a Sargent low-angle block plane with a knuckle-joint cap made for Craftsman. It's free of damage and in usable condition.
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Sargent no. 52 Scraper.
This adjustable scraper is ideal for scraping or stripping large areas. The big cast iron handle gives you a good grip and has a nice heft. It has a four-sided blade to allow it to keep working for a long time between sharpening. A very useful hand scraper.
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Small Stanley no. 100 Plane.
This is a small handled block plane in good, usable condition. It likely dates to prior to 1900 based on the markings.
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Stanley no. 103 Adjustable Block Plane.
This is a SW era plane from the 1920s. It has a good, clean blade and a working adjuster. It's a pocket-sized plane that makes a handy trim plane for fine adjustments
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Stanley no. 60 1/2 Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a very nice example with no damage. The thin area in the back of the throat is not cracked, and the adjuster is not stripped-out, both common flaws with these planes. The blade is long and clean. The adjustable mouth works well. the bed has nearly all original finish. A perfect working example of this popular block plane
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Small Cast Rabbet Plane.
This plane is a bit under 1/2in wide and 6in long. It's in good, usable condition. It's a simple plane but looks perfectly usable
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Sargent Block Plane.
This is a Sargent no. 306 made for Firestone. It's very similar to the Stanley no. 9 1/2 in terms of design. It has no damage, just a light, even patina. The blade is long and clean. The adjustable mouth operates smoothly. Both the blade and lateral adjusters both work well. A great user block plane
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Sargent no. 79 Rabbet and Fillister Plane.
This is Sargent's version of the Stanley 78, essentially the same design with some minor cosmetic differences. It's complete and original and in perfect working order. The blade and nicker blades are all long and clean. The blade has zero pitting. A perfectly usable example of this very useful plane, it excels at cutting clean rabbets both with and across the grain.
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Scarce Union no. 311 Circular Plane.
This is a Union Mfg. Co. adjustable sole circular plane. It's almost identical to the more common Stanley no. 113. This example is in clean, complete condition with a perfect blade and no damage at all. The blade is near-perfect. It's a great example in perfectly usable condition. If you do a lot of curved work, or even a little, it's a very handy plane. I've had one for years and have had to use it several times, always to my satisfaction
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Sargent no. 54 Cabinet Scraper.
This is a Sargent cabinet scraper that is essentially a clone of the Stanley no. 80. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's in excellent condition with almost perfect original japanning and a super-clean blade. It's a perfectly usable example of this usable cabinet scraper.
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Early Stanley no. 18 Block Plane.
This plane is a standard block plane along the lines of the famous no. 9 1/2 but this one has a knuckle-joint lever-cap. It was probably made between 1888-1900 based on the patent dates and blade logo. It's seen some use and has a nice patina from age and light use. All of the adjusters work well and the blade is in great shape. A nice worked from an early time period.
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Scarce Sargent no. 106 Pocket Block Plane.
This plane is similar to the Stanley no 102. It's a small 5 1/4in long block plane that fits easily in an apron pocket. It was made in New Haven, CT during Sargent's "VBM" (Very Best Made) era around 1910-1918. It has a clean body and a nice blade with no pitting. It's perfectly usable
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Outstanding Edward Preston no. 1368 Shoulder Plane.
This plane is 5in long and 5/8in wide. It was made by Preston in Birmingham. It has near-perfect nickel plating and a nice long, original blade. The only flaw I can find is a very light owner's mark on the top. It's a great example of this superb plane.
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Unusual Sheffield-Made Duplex Block Plane.
This plane has a blade that can be mounted pointing towards the front or back allowing it to be used as a standard block plane or a bullnose plane. It's only 3 1/2in long with a 1in wide blade. The blade is marked "The Duplex, Sheffield" with a logo I believe belongs to WINGFIELD ROWBOTHAM, the well-known Sheffield cutlery manufacturer. It's in decent condition with maybe 50% original japanning and a good blade. An oddity for sure, and an uncommon plane
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Excellent Stanley SW Era no. 100 Block Plane.
This is a super-clean example of the small squirrel-tail no. 100 block plane made in the 1920s SW era. It has a nice clean blade and at least 95% japanning. A useful little plane for small work
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Preston Bullnose Rabbet Plane.
This is a good, usable example made by Preston in Birmingham, England. It's 3 5/8in long and 1 1/8in wide. It has a nice clean blade with plenty of length left. It's missing a bit of finish and has the tiniest chip missing in the thin part of the casting in back of the blade. It's still prefectly usable, just not a top collector's model. It's a very comfortable plane to use and ideal for cleaning up rabbets, tenons, and other small joints where a larger shoulder plane would be overkill.
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Clifton no. 400 Small Bullnose Shoulder Plane.
This is a a nice clean example of this tiny shoulder plane. It's 3 1/4in long and 7/16in wide. It's seen little use and has a full, clean blade. Still sold today by Clifton, it lists for $110USD new.
$85 This Item Has Been Sold


Ohio Tool Co O80 Cabinet Scraper.
This is the Ohio Tool Co. version of the Stanley no. 80. It is a good, clean example with a nice long blade. It's a useful cabinet scraper in perfect working order.
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Excellent Stanley no. 60 1/2 Low-Angle Block Plane.
This is a later example with the blue japanning but it's in perfect working order. It's completely free of damage including cracks behind the mouth. The blade is perfect. It's seen light use but was cared for. It's not popular among collectors, but it'll work well.
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Sargent no. 306 Adjustable Block Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's essentially the same as a Stanley 9 1/2 in terms of design and size. It has an adjustable mouth, blade adjuster, and lateral adjuster. It's in clean, usable condition despite having seen some use. The blade is long and clean and free of pitting. This plane was made in the 1910-1918 "VBM" (Very Best Made) ere in New Haven, CT by Sargent. A perfectly usable block plane
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Sargent no. 54 Cabinet Scraper.
This is a "VBM" (Very Best Made) era plane dating to ca. 1910-1918. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's nearly identical to the Stanley no. 80 cabinet scraper. It has a near-perfect blade that was made by Stanley during the SW era. The blade is exceptionally clean. It'll make an excellent worker.
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Scarce "type 2" Sargent no. 306 Block Plane.
This plane is essentially equivalent to the Stanley 9 1/2 from the same era. This one was made between 1895-1909 according to Heckel's book on Sargent planes. It has a rather odd lever cap with a wheel underneath to secure it to the blade. It's the first example of a "type 2" I've come across. It's in very good condition and perfectly usable. There is some light japanning loss especially on the cap where the user's palm rests. The blade is long and clean. The adjustable mouth operates easily. The blade has the little wrench-looking lateral adjuster Sargent used. It's an interesting plane and should be a perfect user
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Sargent no. 408 Small Smooth Plane.
This is a "VBM" (Very Best Made) era plane dating to ca. 1910-1918. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's nearly identical to the Stanley no. 3 of the same era. It's been used and has a light, honest patina on the bare metal. The knob and tote are free of damage. The blade has plenty of life left and is free of pitting. The adjusters work perfectly. A fine example to put to use
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Sargent no. 3408 Small Smooth Plane.
This is a "VBM" (Very Best Made) era plane dating to ca. 1910-1918. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's nearly identical to the Stanley no. 23 of the same era. It's been used a bit but cared for and has a clean sole. The blade is near full-length and especially clean. All of the adjusters work well. A fine working example for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes.
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Stanley SW Era No. 220 Block Plane.
The 220 gets no respect at all, yet it was one of Stanley's most popular block planes. I find so many of these planes, many times more than any other Stanley block plane. They must have been popular among woodworkers at the time based on the sheer number they sold. It's a simple, effective block plane that works very well for most jobs. I have one that I've used with good success on many projects. This one was made in the 1920s SW era.
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Stanley no. 15 Block Plane.
This is a slightly longer version of the incredibly popular no. 9 1/2 block plane. It has the same design features and blade, it's just one inch longer. This is a good, usable example. It has some light wear but no damage. The adjusters work perfectly. The blade is likely a later replacement based on the plane's features and the logo on the blade. Regardless, the blade is in great shape and has zero pitting. It's a perfectly usable example of this extremely useful general-purpose block plane
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Millers Falls no. 55 Pocket Block Plane.
This is a small adjustable block plane made by Millers Falls. It is 5 1/2in long with a 1 1/4in wide blade. It's a nice small size to fit in an apron or tool belt pocket. It's in excellent condition with most original finish and a clean, long blade. Perfectly usable
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Early Stanley no. 102 Block Plane.
According to Walter's guide to Stanley tools, this is a "type 2" made ca. 1891-1905. It has the fancy "Victorian" style cast lever cap and the rounded Stanley Rule and Level Co. logo on the blade. It's missing a lot of japanning but the blade is in good condition and it's perfectly usable. It's a handy little block plane that fits in an apron or tool belt pocket. An interesting, early example.
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Stanley no. 75 Bullnose Rabbet Plane.
This is an early example likely dating to the late 1880s based on the blade logo. It's been used a bit but remains in excellent working order. It's a simple, effective plane for making fine adjustments to small work. It's a very common plane so it must have been in demand as it was sold for many decades. I have one in my toolbox and I find it quite useful.
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Stanley "type 11" 4C Smooth Plane.
This plane was made at the end of the type 11 era, right around 1918 based on the type study. It has a small adjusting wheel, the V logo blade, and three patent dates on the bed. It has a high knob, however, which was introduced around 1918. Stanley didn't follow the type study when they made these planes. Overall it's in very good condition with light wear from use. It has an even honest patina on the sides and sole. there are a few dings and scratches but no real damage or anything that would affect use. It looks like a plane that was used and cared for. The blade is nearly original length and clean with no pitting. The knob and tote are both rosewood and both in excellent shape.All of the adjusters work perfectly. A perfect working example from this very desirable vintage.
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Pre-WWII Stanley no. 4 Smooth Plane.
This plane is a "type 16" made between 1933-41. It's in excellent condition all around with only light wear. The rosewood knob and tote are fre from damage and have just a bit of finish loss. The japanning is 99% or better. The adjusters are perfect. The sides and sole have a light, honest patina from light use. It looks like a plane that was used and well cared-for.. The blade is in excellent condition- nearly full length and perfectly free of pitting. It's a great worker in top condition.
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WWII Era Stanley no. 5 Jack Plane.
This plane was made during WWII when supplies and labor were in short supply. Based on the date stamp on the blade it was made in the third quarter of 1941. It has painted hardwood handles instead of rosewood and steel hardware rather than brass, Since it's an early WWII era plane it does have the frog adjusting screw that later planes lacked. Overall it's in very good condition with only light wear from use. It has an even honest patina on the sides and sole. The blade is long and clean with no pitting. The knob and tote have some light loss of finish but no damage. Overall a perfectly good worker from an interesting time in the company's history.
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WWII Era Stanley no. 5 Jack Plane.
This plane was made during WWII when supplies and labor were in short supply. It has stained hardwood handles instead of rosewood and steel hardware rather than brass, Since it's an early WWII era plane it does have the frog adjusting screw that later planes lacked. Overall it's in very good condition with only light wear from use. It has an even honest patina on the sides and sole. The blade is long and clean with no pitting. The knob and tote have some light loss of finish but no damage. Overall a perfectly good worker from an interesting time in the company's history.
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Stanley SW Era no. 7 Jointer Plane.
This plane is a "type 13" according the the type study made between 1925-1928. It's in very good working order. The japanning is 90% or so. The sole has some consistent light pinprick pitting. It's not a collector's item but it'll work perfectly. The knob and tote are both in excellent condition. The blade is long and clean, free of pitting. A perfectly usable jointer.
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Stanley no. 113 Circular Plane.
This is a 'type 2' plane made in the 1880s. It's free of damage and all of the adjusters work well. It has an original blade that's long and clean. There is some light finish loss abut the nickel plated trimmings are bright. It's a particularly clean example. It can be adjusted to precisely plane both inside and outside curves. I've had one for years, and while I don't use it much, when I've used it I've found it performs very well.
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User-Grade Stanley no. 8 Jointer.
this plane is not a collector's item. It's perfectly usable, however. The plane bed has been repainted. There is a hang hole at the toe. It has no damage and little wear. The adjusters work well. The knob and tote are near-perfect. The blade is original, long, and clean. This plane is a "type 9" made in the first decade of the 20th century. It's a solid user at a bargain price.
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Nice Sargent no. 414 Jack Plane.
This is a Sargent "type 2" made in the very early 20th century by this New Haven, CT based tool maker and hardware dealer. The pictures speak for themselves.. It has beautiful rosewood handles, a good blade, accurate adjusters, and a decently clean body. It could clean up further if you prefer shiny. A high quality worker.
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Stanley no. 4 Smooth Plane.
This is a WWII era plane made in the 2nd quarter of 1945. It's clean and perfectly usable. Strangely enough, it has a beautiful rosewood tote and the frog adjusting screw. It has steel screws, a steel blade adjuster, and a hardwood knob, which are the usual wartime economies. The plane is clean and has a long, clean blade. The adjusters work perfectly. It's a good-looking tool that will make a great worker.
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Sigley Jack Plane.
This 15in jack plane has a 2in wide iron. It's in very good condition overall with minimal wear. The sole is clean, the blade perfectly free of pitting. There is a small chip off of the top of the tote, the only flaw. A perfectly usable plane for anyone who likes wood-bottom planes
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Stanley no. 35 Smooth Plane.
This is a good, usable example with no damage. The blade is decent- just some discoloration on the back. The adjusters work well. The sole is remarkably clean. A good, usable plane for anyone who appreciates wood-bottom planes
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Exceptional Sargent no. 3411 Smooth Plane.
This plane was made in the 1910-1918 timeframe, Sargent's "Very Best Made" era. The plane is exceptionally clean and crisp with a near-perfect wood bottom. It's one of the finest examples I've seen. The tote is perfect. The adjusters are tight and accurate. The blade is original length and free of pitting. An exceptional example that would be an ideal addition to a collection or a top-notch worker.
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Sargent 414C Jack Plane.
This plane was made during Sargent's VBM (Very Best Made) era which was around 1910-1918. Based on the blade logo this plane dates to the early portion of that timeframe. It's clean, has perfect handles, and no damage. The blade is long and perfectly free of pitting. The adjusters work perfectly. An ideal worker in nice shape
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Stanley no. 27 Jack Plane.
this plane is 15in long with a 2 1/8in wide blade. It's in good, usable condition. The body has been refinished a bit and the tote repaired. All of the adjusters work perfectly. The blade is crisp and clean with zero pitting. It was made ca. 1900 based on the logos. A perfectly usable plane in good condition.
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Sargent no. 409 Smooth Plane.
This plane was made during Sargent's VBM (Very Best Made) era ca. 1910-1918. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. The plane is in good, usable condition. The body is clean and the japanning is near-perfect. The blade is long and clean with zero pitting. The figured mahogany handle has an old repair to a crack as shown in the photos. A quality plane that will make a fine worker
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Stanley no. 27 Jack Plane.
This plane was made at the beginning of the "type 11" era, right around 1912 based on the blade logo and the patent date at the toe. It's complete and in very good condition. The wood bottom has some light discoloration but very little wear. The knob and tote are perfect. the blade is in great shape and has plenty of life left. All of the adjusters work well. A solid user jack plane for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes
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Stanley no. 4 Smooth Plane.
This plane is a bit of a mystery- it came to me like this. It defies the type studies so it could have been made right before the WWII shortages or it could be a frankenplane. Most of the parts tell me it's a 1930s or 1940s model except the low knob. It could have been replaced or simply left-over. Regardless.. It's not a collectible- it's a solid worker. It's mechanically perfect. The knob and tote are both in good shape. The blade is clean and has lots of life left. A solid worker at a good price for a usable no. 4
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Stanley no. 29 Fore Plane.
This is a 20 in long for plane with a 2 3/8in wide blade. It could be used as a fore plane or short jointer. It's clean with a good blade and not too much wear. There are some light checks on top. The sole is clean. A solid worker.
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Sargent no. 408 Small Smooth Plane.
This is a good, usable example made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's Sargent's version of the Stanley no. 3 in terms of size and shape. It's clean and all original with a long, clean blade. The tote and knob are both in great shape. All of the adjusters are tight and accurate. It's a solid worker in nice shape
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User-Grade Sargent 414 Jack Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT during the 1910-1918 "VBM" (Very Best Made) era. It's not a collectible plane by any measure, but it's a solid user. The tote has two good glue repairs to cracks. The lever cap has been painted. The body is clean and the adjusters work well. the blade is original and in really nice shape with zero pitting on the back. A quality jack plane that will make a good user.
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Millers Falls Jack Plane.
This is a Millers Falls no. 814 jack plane. The 814 line of planes was an economy plane in Millers Falls' lineup. This is an earlier model, likely pre-WWII. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable. Not a collectible, but a solid worker.
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Stanley 5 1/4 Jack Plane.
This is a small jack plane made by Stanley right after WWII. It has the Diagonal knurling seen on planes from the 1946 era. It has all original japanning and perfect rosewood knob and tote. The blade is full length and has no pitting on the back. The sides and sole have some staining. A perfectly good, usable example.
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Stanley 5 1/2C Heavy Jack Plane.
This plane is a "type 9" made in the first decade of the 20th century. It's in good, usable condition. The rosewood knob and tote are both in good shape. The blade is long and clean. The sides and sole have some light discoloration but no rust or pitting. The japanning is not great- maybe 30% remains. All of the adjusters work well. It's perfectly usable, just not a pristine collector's item
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Sargent no. 3411 Smooth Plane.
This is a handled wood-bottom smooth plane in excellent condition. The sole is clean and free of damage. It has a near-perfect blade as you can see in the photos. The knob and tote are also in excellent condition. It'll make a perfect worker for anyone who appreciates wood-bottom planes.
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Stanley SW Era no. 6 Bench Plane.
This plane is a "type 13" made ca. 1925-1928 according to the type study. It's seen some use but remains in very good working order. The blade has plenty of length left and is quite clean. The rosewood knob and tote are both beautiful and free of damage. The body has some light staining on the sides and sole. The original japanning is 95% or better. All of the adjusters work well. A solid user jointer or fore plane.
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Sargent no. 414 Jack Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. Based on the logos on the lever cap and blade, as well as the rosewood tote, I'd say it was made around 1910 at the beginning of the "VBM" (Very Best Made) era. It's seen some use and has some light scratches on the sole and maybe 95%+ japanning on the bed. The blade is long and clean. The tote does have a nicely repaired crack that is stable and not likely to be a problem. it's a high quality plane in perfectly usable condition.
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Stanley no. 5 "Type 11" Jack Plane.
This plane was made during the 1910-1918 "type 11" era. It has all of the hallmarkes true to the type study- three patent dates, low knob, small adjuster wheel, and V logo blade. This particular plane has been used and has some even, honest wear but no damage. The blade is long and clean. The japanning is close to perfect. The rosewood knob and tote are both excellent with the same light wear, but no damage. It's not a collector's item, just a perfectly usable plane from a very desirable era.
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Stanley Liberty Bell Small Smooth Plane.
This plane is 8in long and has a 1 3/4in wide blade- equivalent to a no. 3. This is a "Liberty Bell" plane which was positioned as a compromise in price between all-wood bench planes and the more expensive Bailey pattern planes. The adjuster is much simpler- a simple lever to advance or retract the blade. There is no lateral adjuster. This is a good, usable example with a decent blade and not too much wear to the body. It's not the most popular model Stanley made, but it does work pretty well on cooperative stock.
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Stanley no. 5 Jack Plane.
This plane is an early 1900s "type 9". It's especially clean but has seen use in its life. There is no damage or extensive wear. The japanning close to perfect. All of the adjusters are tight and accurate. The blade is a slightly later replacement- a SW era blade dating to the 1920s. The knob and tote are both in good shape. It'll be a good, solid worker.
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Stanley no. 7 Jointer Plane.
This plane was made by Stanley for Montgomery Ward and sold under the Wards Master. It was made by Stanley, likely just before WWII. It's especially clean and has very little wear. The blade is in excellent condition. The knob and tote are both free of damage. All of the blade adjusters work well. It's in excellent condition and will be an excellent worker.
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Kenneddy & Co Quirk Flat Ogee and Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent condition except for a missing strip of boxing at the rear of the plane. The blade is clean and barely used. The body is likewise clean and free of damage. It's a simple repair for the aspiring planemaker. It was made by Kennedy in the first half of the 19th century.
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Massive 3 7/8in Skewed Tapered Single Plane Iron.
This blade would be used in a panel raiser or adjustable fillister plane. It's an early blade, clearly forge-welded and actually in good shape considering its age and size. It is unmarked.
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Stanley Bedrock 2in Lever Cap.
This lever cap will fit a 604 or 604 1/2. It would be proper for a Bedrock type 1-3 ca. 1911-1898- 1908.It's in excellent condition. it will greatly increase the value of a 604 with an improper lever cap.
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26in 8PPI Crosscut Handsaw.
This saw was made for R.C. Watson which I assume was a hardware retailer. It has the typical look of a late 1800s handsaw with a cast steel blade, die-stamped logo, beech handle, and split saw screws. The plate is dead straight and has its original nib. It's usable but there are some issues. There are several broken teeth. The handle has a nicely repaired top horn. The back has some pitting. It needs to be re-toothed- if made into a rip saw the pitting won't be an issue. It'll take a little work but it's a good-looking saw and well worth it.
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Good, Usable Stair Saw.
This saw is well-made, though likely not terribly old. It looks like it's made of mahogany to me. It holds an 8in blade which is in excellent condition, though it needs sharpening.
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GH Bishop 20in Ship Panel Saw.
This is a well-used 20in panel saw that probably started life as a ship saw based on the location of the etch. While the toe of the saw is pretty narrow, the tooth line is straight and the etch is centered on the plate and complete. If it were just a much-used saw that was filed to this point I'd expect much of the etch would have been filed away by now. It's 10in long and 10PPI. It has a good beech handle and is straight and clean.
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Excellent Marples Bowsaw.
This is a beautiful example made by Marples in Sheffield. It holds a 10in blade. The beech body has no damage and the handles are good and tight.
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Small R. Groves 8in Dovetail Saw.
This is a high quality open-handle dovetail saw with an 8in plate 1 3/4in deep under the steel spine. It was made by R. Groves & Sons in Sheffield. The plate is clean and dead straight. The handle is made of beech. It has a chip off the bottom horn as shown in the photos. The broken bit is evenly patinated so it's clearly an old wound. It's still a gorgeous, usable dovetail saw
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Marples 10in Bowsaw.
This bowsaw is in excellent condition with no damage or wear. The blade is in great shape. It was made in Sheffield by Marples. A top quality worker
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Massive, Early Disston & SON 28in Rip Saw.
This saw was made ca. 1860-65 based on the etch and the medallion. This is before Henry Disston's second son joined the firm. It has a massive plate 28in long with 2 3/4in deep at the toe. The nib is present. The plate is clean and dead straight. The etch is clear but very light. There is some light damage to the top horn. All three split saw screws are in good shape and the handle is tight. A perfectly usable rip saw.
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Early Sheffield Handsaw.
This saw is die-stamped R. Ibbotson and has a Robert Ibbotson medallion. It looks very early based on the handle design with the extremely sharp drop shown in the photos. There is no entry for a Robert Ibbotson in Simon Barley's book on Sheffield sawmakers, which is interesting. The saw is in very good condition. The plate is dead straight and clean. The handle has a great patina. There is one chip out of the top horn shown in the photos. It's beautifully carved and has a great feel in the hands. It's currently 8PPI crosscut. All of the teeth are in good shape, though it needs a quick sharpening. A usable, early saw.
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Disston 26in Rip Saw.
This thumbhole rip saw is in good, usable condition. It is 26in long with 5 1/2PPI. It's 2 3/4in deep at the toe. The plate is discolored but has no pitting. The etch is there and complete but it's hard to photograph. There is a tiny bend in the plate right at the toe- very slight and it won't affect use but it must be mentioned. The apple handle is missing a bit of finish but has no damage. A good, solid user rip saw
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20in Harvey W. Peace Panel Rip Saw.
This is a rare 20in panel saw with 5 1/2PPI rip teeth. The plate is stamped 5 1/2 and the plate is a full 2 3/4in deep at the toe. It was made in the Harvey Peace fashion with the patented reinforcing plate. This was likely made by Disston after they acquired Peace in the 1890s. The saw was custom-etched for White, Van Glahn & Co., a New York City hardware merchant which operated a 15-16-17 Chatham Street. The etch is still legible. The handle is near-perfect. The reinforcing plate has almost all of its original nickel plating, though it's dulled. The plate has excellent teeth that are reasonably sharp. It cuts well, despite a slight bend in the plate towards the toe. It tracks straight and doesn't chatter in the kerf. A solid worker with an interesting history in a very scarce and desirable configuration.
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10in British Brass-Back Backsaw.
This saw was made by Tyzak, Sons, and Turner in Sheffield. It has a slightly canted 10in plate ranging from 1 3/4 to 2in deep under the thick steel spine. The blade is straight and clean. The handle is green- likely from a school or shop of some sort that would mark their tools such. Not pretty, but perfectly usable
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Marples 10in Bowsaw.
this is a near-mint bowsaw made by Marples in Sheffield. It is in near-mint condition with no damage or wear. The beech arms have all original finish. A top quality bowsaw or turning saw.
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Disston 14in Sash Saw.
This saw has a 14in long plate that is 3 1/4in deep under the steel spine. It was made between 1896-1917 based on the medallion. The plate is clean and dead straight. It's 12ppi. The teeth are still decently sharp and it cuts surprisingly well as-is. The apple handle has aged to a deep red color. The top horn is truncated but has the same patina so it's obviously an old injury. It's a perfectly usable saw in a desirable size
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Marples 10in Bowsaw.
This is a beech bowsaw made by Marples in Sheffield. It dates from the early 20th century and has the shamrock logo. It's complete and has a good blade. A good, solid worker.
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British Pad Saw.
This saw has a beech handle and a clean, straight blade.
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12in Boys Handsaw.
This small saw is unmarked and in very good condition. It follows a design common to many 19th century sawmakers. Most catalogs described it as a "boy's saw". It has a 12in plate which is clean and straight. The beech handle has a few dings but no cracks or chips.
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Excellent Disston 20in No. 7 Panel Saw.
This saw was made before WWII. It is 20in long with 8PPI crosscut teeth, an unusually aggressive pitch on such a small saw. The plate is straight and clean with the original nib. The etch is somewhat light but complete and legible. The beech handle has been refinished but is in excellent condition. The teeth are not sharp, but are all in good condition. It wouldn't be too difficult to resharpen it rip and have a desirable, but most rare, panel rip saw. It's a good solid working handsaw in nice shape.
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Disston 22in D8 Panel Saw.
This handsaw was made by Disston between 1896-1917 based on the medallion and the etch. it's 22in long with 11 PPI crosscut. The apple handle is in excellent condition. The blade is dead straight and has a clear etch. All of the teeth are in good shape so sharpening it will be easy.. The blade ha some light staining you can see in the photos. It's better than the vast majority of handsaws I see and will be an excellent worker
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Exceptional, Early Disston D23 26in Handsaw.
This is one of the earliest D23s Disston made, dating to around 1917-1928. It has a crisp, clear etch and a nice clean plate. The carved apple handle is in excellent condition. It is 26in long with 11PPI crosscut. The teeth are quite sharp and all in good condition. An excellent example in perfect working condition
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Beautiful Ibbotson & Peace 26in Handsaw.
This saw was made at the Eagle Works in Sheffield by Ibbotson and Peace. Simon Barley's amazing book on British sawmakers has this partnership working at the Eagle works ca. 1845-52. This saw has a massive 26in plate a full 3in deep at the toe. The plate has a crisp die stamp. It's clean and dead straight. It's 7PPI, a great configuration for quickly breaking down rough stock to size. The beech handle is beautifully shaped and has an amazing medallion. Someone took a lot of time to complete a very nice repair of a chipper upper horn, as you can see in the photos. It's a gorgeous saw, and should work quite well once sharpened up.
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Disston D-23 Handsaw.
This saw is 26in long with 8PPI crosscut teeth- a good general purpose configuration. The plate has some staining but no pitting. The handle is in excellent. The plate is straight and the teeth all in good shape. It'll need the usual sharpening but no major work. A solid worker
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Massive Disston D8 Thumbhole Rip Handsaw.
This saw is 28in , 5PPI, and a full 3in deep at the toe. The tooth line still has its original breasting which tells me it wasn't used much. The blade is dead straight and the teeth are all in good shape. The plate has a crisp etch. It has large patches of discoloration as you can see in the photos. There isn't any pitting. The apple "thumbhole" handle is absolutely perfect. It's absolutely beautiful, and a mystery considering the discoloration on the blade. It's not the prettiest handsaw, but it'll work perfectly.
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Interesting Wooden Spokeshave/Plane.
This plane is a new one to me- it's almost a hybrid between a spokeshave and a bench plane. It's 8 1/2in long 1 3/4in wide. It has a 2in wide iron with a tang on the end. A wooden wedgfe holds it in place. It has a boxwood sole. The plane is absolutely beautifully made with an extremely high level of fit and finish. It has a slight curve to the sole for working concave surfaces. The mouth is very tight so it must have been intended for fine work. A mystery tool that's both exceptionally well-made and perfectly usable
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Very Early & Interesting Wooden Plow Plane.
This is a very early plow plane made of beech with thumbscrew locks for the arms and depth stop. The thumbscrews are clearly hand-forged. The body is unmarked. It's likely not a professionally made plane, but still quite interesting.
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Small, Usable Wooden Coffin Smoother.
This plane is 6 1/2in long wit a 1 3/4in double iron. It was made by John Sandkuhl in Poughkeepsie, NY between 1850-83. The plane has a repaired check in the left cheek. It's a good repair and the plane is perfectly usable. The blade is very much on the short side- I can supply a proper vintage replacement if you'd like. A good user at a bargain price
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Auburn Wooden Mitre Plane.
This is a 9 1/2in long plane with a low-angle 1 5/8in wide single iron. It has some light wear. the blade is in decent shape. This design was referred to as a "mitre plane, smooth sides" in the catalog as opposed to the square-sided mitre planes we commonly think of. It's a good, usable plane.
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British Wooden Router Plane.
This is a simple, effective router plane. This design has been used for centuries in the UK. It has a 1/2in wide blade installed- other plow plane blades can be used for different widths. It's a good, usable example of this classic tool.
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Toothing Plane.
This plane has no maker's mark but is well-made. It's 8in long with a 1 3/4in wide Buck Brothers toothing blade. The plane is not made of beech but some other dense, open-grained wood that I can't identify. It's well-made and has seen light use. The blade needs a quick grind and hone to correct a ding in the corner. It will be a fine worker.
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Odd and Interesting Small Skewed Rounding Plane.
This is something new to me- it's a 6in long bench plane with a hollow sole like a spar plane. The 1 5/8in wide single iron is skewed which is quite interesting. It's beautifully made- the skewed bed and wedge aren't easy to pull off for a non-professional planemaker. The blade is in good shape with no pitting, but it does have a nick in one corner of the blade. An oddity for sure
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H. Chapin 1 1/4in Handled Nosing Plane.
This plane cuts a 180 degree round-over on 5/4 stock. It was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. It's in very good condition and perfectly usable. It has some light wear and an excellent blade. A fine working example.
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Classic European Scrub Plane.
This is a true horned scrub plane with a slightly radiused sole and blade. It's made for quickly and efficiently removing big chips of wood. It is especially clean and has a very clean, long blade. It's an essential tool if you are dimensioning boards by hand. An outstanding example.
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Rare American Badger Plane.
This plane is one of the very few American badger planes I've found. It's 17in long with a skewed blade and a fully boxed working corner. The plane was made by the famous M. B. Tidey, the same fellow who made some of the most interesting patented wooden planes of his era. His non-patented planes are very scarce- this mark rates (****) for rarity in AWP-V. The plane is absolutely usable and in excellent condition. The blade is long and perfectly clean and free of pitting. The working corner has very little wear. The body is especially clean and has an awesome patina to it. It's a great plane all-around.
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Outstanding J. Kellogg Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This is an absolutely beautiful plow plane made by Kellogg in Amherst, MA in the mid 19th century. It's about as nice as you'll find a plow plane. The screw threads are perfect. The skates are straight and clean. The depth stop works perfectly. It's a top-end plane with a beech body, boxwood arms, screws, and nuts, and a dovetailed boxwood wear strip in the fence for wear resistance. This example is perfectly usable and comes paired with a set of six blades, all of which have been fit to this plane. If you want a plow to put to work this one is as nice as they come.
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Classic European Scrub Plane.
This is a true horned scrub plane with a slightly radiused sole and blade. It's made for quickly and efficiently removing big chips of wood. It is especially clean and has a very clean, long blade made by Peugeot in France . It's an essential tool if you are dimensioning boards by hand. An outstanding example. It was made by C&C Co. in Germany. An excellent example ready to be put to work.
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Wooden Router Plane.
This is the classic wooden router plane with an interesting twist- instead of using a standard plow plane blade it has a custom iron made for it with a near 90 degree bend at the end like a metallic router plane might use. It's one of the few I've found like this. It's a simple, effective tool.
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Well-Made Wooden Router Plane.
This is a nicely sculpted wooden "D" router plane made of beech with a 5/8in wide blade. It has a nice patina with evidence of use but no damage. A simple, effective tool in good working order.
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Handled Coffin Smoother.
this plane was made by E&C Carter in Troy, NY in the 1850s-60s. It has a steel sole and a very nice, finely made closed tote. The blade is 2in wide. It's in excellent condition with no pitting and some good length left. There is a flaw- an old check in the right cheek. It's been securely glued and is stable. The blade fits well and there's no risk of it expanding. It's a good, usable plane with a really nice handle on it.
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Superb Handled 1 1/2in Nosing Plane.
This plane was made for Sargent, the New Haven, CT hardware and tool dealer, by Sandusky. It's near-mint and about as nice as you'll ever find. It cuts a complete 180 degree round over on 1 1/2in stock. A superb wooden plane.
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Super-Crisp A.J. Wilkinson 20in Try Plane.
This plane was made for the Boston, MA hardware dealer A.J. Wilkinson probably in the late 1800s. It's in exceptional condition, one of the best wooden bench planes I've come across. It has no wear. The tote is perfect. The sole is perfect- not even a scratch. It has a massive Buck Brothers 2 1/4in wide double iron in it. The blade is thick and tapered with all of its original length. There's a bit of staining on the back but no pitting. If you want a plane to put to work I can't imagine a better example.
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Massive Wooden Jointer Plane.
This plane is 29in long and holds a 2 3/4in wide double iron. It weighs in at right around 10lbs. It's a massive plane made by C. Warren in Nashua. For some reason the Nashua planemakers loved big jointers- I've found many by the various Nashua makers in this size and larger. The Plane is in excellent condition all around. It's seen use but only has light wear. The blade is exceptional- a massive laminated, tapered blade with zero pitting and all original length. The plane body is clean and the tote has no damage. It's a big plane that won't stop once you get it in motion. It will be an excellent worker.
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Unusual Handled Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by A.L. Raplee in Dundee, NY, a little village on Senneca Lake in central NY. The plane is unusually designed with an open tote and razee design. The tote is much thinner and more finely carved than any others I've found. Raplee's mark is listed in AWP-V as "UR" with only one other example of his work recorded. This plane has a clear maker's mark and below it "Patent". I can't find any patents in DATAMP, or elsewhere, on this maker. The plane has a 2in wide double iron which is in very good, perfectly usable condition. The plane has seen some use but was cared-for and still has a lot of life left in it.
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American Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This plane was made in Watertown, NY in the Mid-19th century by S.S. Barry. It's a good, usable plow plane with a few small flaws. The body is beech. The arms, nuts, and screws are boxwood. The threads are in great shape with one small area of damage under the rear arm that doesn't affect use. It was a high-end plow plane at the time with a dovetailed wear strip along the fence. Part of that strip has cracked off along the bottom. There's still enough to be effective and the fence is still absolutely usable. The depth stop works well. It's a good, solid user but not a collectible. It comes with four blades, all of which have been test fit to this plane.
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Exceptional DR Barton Low-Angle Wooden Smooth Plane.
this plane is 9 1/2in long with a 1 3/4in double-iron. The blade is bedded at a much lower angle than usual. It's in excelletn condition all around with little to no wear. The blade is exceptional- an original Barton 1 3/4in double iron. The blade itself is thick and tapered and perfectly free of pitting. A very well preserved plane in excellent working order
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Exceptional DR Barton Handled Double-Nicker Rabbet Plane.
This plane was made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. It's in outstanding condition with no wear or damage. It measures 16in long by 2in wide. The blade is full length and completely free of pitting. The back has some light discoloration, as do the nicker blades, but no pitting. The mouth is still tight. The handle is canted to the left, as expected, to help the plane work in a corner without the user's hand getting in the way. A great example in perfectly usable condition.
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Beautiful 26in Wooden Jointer Plane.
This plane was made by the Auburn Tool Co. and sold under the New York Tool Co. name. It's 26in long with a 2 1/2in double iron. The blade is massive- laminated and tapered, nearly 3/16in thick at the business end. It's full length and especially clean. The plane is clean with only light hammer marks on the heel from use. The closed tote is absolutely perfect. An ideal example in top condition, ready to put back to work.
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Rare High-Angle Single-Iron Smooth Plane.
This wooden coffin smoother is 8in long with a 2 1/8in wide single iron. It's unmarked and has the characteristics of an early 19th century plane. The blade has an early Ward logo which coincides with the features of the plane. The blade is bedded at a steep 60 degrees, a rarity for wooden bench plane. It's in very good condition overall. The sole is clean with light wear. The iron has lots of length left and is in decent condition with some light scattered pitting you can see in the photos. A rare plane in usable condition
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British Badger Plane.
This plane was made by Greenslade and is of the highest quality. It is essentially a jack plane but with a skewed blade that projects out one side of the plane. It can be used to cut large rabbets or other joints where a large skewed rabbet plane would be handy. It has a beautiful J. Howarth blade that is original to the plane. It's long and clean and has its matching cap iron- not a modified cap from a straight blade. It has some light wear and the usual chipping in the very thin area at the side of the plane as shown in the photos. The handle has a well-done repair to a small chip in the horn. It's a perfectly usable plane and not one that's very common over here in the US.
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American Wooden Low-Angle Mitre Plane.
This plane was made by Matthew Crannell in Albnany in the last third of the 19th century. It's seen some use, and has some wear, but the sole is recently flattened and the 2in wide single iron still has a lot of good life left in it.
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Very Interesting Wm. Marples Handled Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by Marples in Sheffield. It has a steel-plated sole which gives it a great heft and the ultimate in wear-resistance. The area under the front of the plane looks like rosewood to me. It has a contrasting handle made of what I believe is walnut. The most interesting feature is the blade- it's a 2 1/8in wide double iron with a parallel blade made by Stewart Spiers. The blade is unusual to find in a wooden plane like this- it's probably worth more than the plane itself, in fact. The blade has a good bit of length left to it and it's quite clean. I've tried to replace it with a tapered iron which won't work.. it was designed for a parallel iron. It's an interesting plane and perfectly usable.
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Wooden Jointer Plane.
This plane was made by David Andruss in Newark, NJ between 1821-41. The plane is quite clean and has seen some light use. It has a small chip out of the top of the tote's horn (see photos for details) which is its only flaw. The plane is 22in long with a 2 1/2in wide double iron. The blade was made in Sheffield by James Cam. The blade is long and clean with no pitting on the back. It'll be a fine worker despite the cosmetic imperfection.
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