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Roberts: Tools for the Trades and Crafts.
This is a reprint, with much commentary by the author, of an 18th century pattern book published originally by R. Timmons & Sons. The pages within contain hundreds of standard patterns for hand tools of all trades, but especially woodworking tools. From these patterns we can see that many of the forms of the tools did not change for several centuries, in fact, the same plates that appeared in the 18th century editions of these books were still used well into the late 19th century. The artistry is of an exceptional quality, clearly showing the scale and design of each tool. This, combined with Roberts' excellent commentary, makes it an excellent reference book. It is in excellent condition, printed in 1976, and has only light wear to the dustjacket.
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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
$15
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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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Original Millers Falls 1949 Catalog No. 49.
This is post-war catalog is 176 pages and in excellent condition containing an amazing lineup of hand tools of all sorts. It also includes the first of the Millers Falls line of power tools. A fantastic example in top condition.
$30
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Original Brown and Sharpe 1936 Catalog.
This massive 446 page catalog has Brown and Sharpe's full line of machinist's tools. It is the 1935 catalog with the original insert including the 1936 price revisions. The catalog is in excellent condition overall with no damage.
$24
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1868 Auburn Tool Co. Catalog Reprint.
This is an early Ken Roberts reprint. It has 24 pages of molding planes and other wooden planes. It includes Roberts' insights into the company history which is a great resource.
$15
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Sellens: Woodworking Planes, A Descriptive Register of Wooden Planes.
This book isn't Whelan's "The Wooden Plane" but it provides a lot of information on all sorts of wooden planes. It focuses on wooden bench, molding, plow, and other specialized planes, along with planes for specific trades like cooper's planes. This is the 232 page 1978 hardcover. It is in excellent condition with slipcover.
$20
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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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Cheney 1904 Catalog Reprint.
This is a good-looking 64 page reprint of the Little Falls, NY company known for their hammers. It's in excellent condition
$5
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Greenfield Tool Co. 1872 Catalog Reprint.
This 84 page catalog is a good reference for molding plane collectors and users. It is in very good condition overall.
$12
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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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1882 "Woodworking Tools and How To Use Them" Reprint.
This is a 1977 reprint of the 100 page original. It's got some great illustrations and is in excellent condition with no damage at all.
$15
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Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Loop Back Windsor Rocking Chair.
This is the complete four-page plan including the mylar template. It's been used in a shop and has some light creasing. It retails for $60 if bought new today.
$40
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Buck 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 9.5 in long. It has a clean, lapped back and a sharp bevel. A high quality American edge tool in excellent working order
$22
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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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Ward and Payne 1/2in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a good boxwood handle and a clean back. It measures 9 1/2in long overall
$22
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Ward and Payne 1/2in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a shapely handle and a clean back. It measures 9in long overall
$20
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Ward and Payne 1/2in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a good handle with a bit of decal remaining and a clean back. It measures 10.5in long overall
$24
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Ward and Payne 1/2in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a nice beech handle and a clean back. It measures 10in long overall
$22
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Extra-Flat Wm. Marples no. 4 Sweep 1/2in Carving Gouge.
This gouge is 10in long. The blade is clean and exceptionally flat- an unusual profile to find. The handle is perfect. It was made in Sheffield by Wm. Marples, a top quality edge tool maker. An excellent usable gouge
$26
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Herring Bros. 1/4in V Carving Tool.
This V tool is clean and crisp with a perfect handle and zero pitting. The blade has an odd slight twist to it but it'll still work just fine.
$26
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I. Sorby 3/8in Flat Carving Tool.
This carving tool was made in Shefield by I. Sorby. It's fitted with a lovely boxwood handle which has aged to a deep golden color. The blade has some discoloration and a few specks of light pitting. A solid worker made by one of the best.
$25
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Superb L&IJ White 1/2in Crank-Neck Paring Gouge.
This gouge is 13in long with a 1/2in deep sweep blade. The back of the blade has no pitting and the bevel is sharp. The apple handle is in excellent condition. It was made in Buffalo, NY by L&IJ White, a highly respected edge tool maker in the 19th century. It's a fine, usable example.
$30
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Exceptional Tyzack 1/4in Tang Chisel.
This chisel is clean, sharp, and in near-new condition. The bevel is sharp. The back is lapped flat and has zero pitting. It has a perfect handle. It was made in Sheffield by Tyzack & Sons.
$22
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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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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
$26
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Set of Eight Unused Modern Stanley SW Bench Chisels.
These chisels are all in their original boxes, unopened and never used. The set includes sizes 1/8in, 1/4in, 3/8in, 1/2in, 5/8in, 3/4in, 1in, and 1 1/4in. The set retails for $150 new today.
$125
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Buck Brothers 1 1/4in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 13+in long made by Buck Brothers in Milbury, MA. It has a freshly ground and honed bevel and a clean back. It'll work well out of the box. The handle is near-perfect. An ideal user in exceptional condition.
$35
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Marples 5/8in Boxwood-Handled Gouge.
This is a long, stout tang chisel with a solid boxwood handle. The blade is pretty clean with only some light pinprick pitting here and there. The boxwood handle has aged to a deep golden color. It was made by Marples in Sheffield
$22
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Exceptional Set of Seven Ashley Iles Dovetail Chisels.
This set of chisels was made by Ashley Iles in England. It consists of seven tools- five round-back fine paring chisels in sizes 1in, 3/4in, 3/8in, 1/4in, 1/8in, and right- and left-handed skewed paring chisels for working blind dovetails. All of the chisels are freshely honed with mirror-finished backs and super sharp bevels. They sold for $235 retail when they were available for sale. They are no longer stocked by any online retailer I checked. An exceptional set of top-quality chisels.
$220
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Stanley 965 10in Ratchet Brace.
This is a basic, high quality brace with a functional ratchet, chuck, and ball bearing head. It has almost all original finish and works perfectly in every way
$22
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Interesting Saw Wrest.
This is a standard saw wrest with the interesting addition of an adjustable gauge. It is marked for John Shaw & Sons and has the "Governor" mark as well as "foreign" meaning it was imported for sale in England. It's clean and works well.
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Massive Buller Patent Saw Set.
This is a big sawset for working crosscut saws. It was patented by Jacob Buller on May 22, 1935. It's complete and in working order.
$15
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Morrill Patent Saw Set.
This is a clean example in perfect working order. The hammer is sized for larger handsaws, maybe 6PPI and greater.
$15
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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.
$26
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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.
$22
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Beautiful W.C. Wynn Saw Set.
This is an early-looking English-made sawset in excellent condition. It's nicely decorated and beautifully made.
$15
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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.
$15
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Taintors Patent Sawset.
This pliers type sawset was made by the Taintor Mfg. Co. of New York. It's in very good condition and works perfectly. The handle is stamped with six patent dates, the latest of which is 1907. It is marked to work saws up to 12PPI. A good, usable example.
$20
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Gransfors Bruks 1900 Broad Axe.
This is a top quality Gransford broad axe with a 7in wide face and right hand bevel. It's in new condition and I doubt it was ever used. Retails for $330 and it's impossible to get these at a discount of list.
$310
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Barr Tools Hewing Adze..
This adze is in new, unused condition. It's sharp and ready to work. It retails for $215 new from Barr today. It's impossible to find these at a discount off list price.
$200
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TH Witherby 9in Drawknife.
This is a good, usable drawknife. It has a few specks of pitting on the back and one small nick in the bevel. The handles are perfectly tight and intact. It's very lightly curved both front to back and side to side, just like you'd hope to see. a fine worker.
$40
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Stanley Yankee No. 130 Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver w/ Extras.
This is a good, usable example in perfect working order. This model has the spring-loaded return for one-handed use. It can also double as a push drill with the included adapter. This one comes with two flat bits and a countersink bit- a hard to find accessory. It's an exceedingly useful tool in great shape
$22
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Large Frisk Patent "Buller" saw Set.
This is a large wrest type sawset made for big crosscut saws. It has two US patent numbers on it- 1485114 and 20488806. It's in good condition.
$10
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Wm. Marples Boxwood Spokeshave.
This shave has been used quite a bit but is still usable. It has a nice boxwood body with an honest patina. The blade is clean though there is a small chip out of one corner. It's still usable, but not perfect
$20
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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
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Beautiful Marples rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This is a perfectly functional bevel gauge with a dense, beautiful rosewood stock. The blade is secured by means of a simple set screw.
$25
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Stanley no. 31 3in Machinist Level.
This small level is in excellent condition. The vial is intact and the original nickel plating is 100%
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Well-Made Machinists Adjustable Parallels.
This is a beautifully made adjustable parallel 6in long overall. Completely unmarked.
$20
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Brown and Sharpe Machinists Square.
This square was made by B&S in Providence, RI. The blade is 7 1/4in long overall It's straight and square. It has some scattered discoloration and light pitting you can see in the photos. It's not the prettiest but it's dead on accurate.
$24
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Tiny 2 1/2in Inside Calipers by B&S.
These Brown and Sharpe calipers were made in Providence RI. They are super cute and work perfectly. An unusual small size in top condition.
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Pair of Machinist-Made 5in Inside/Outside Calipers.
These calipers were made by the same craftsman and both are in excellent usable condition.
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10in German Wing Divider.
This is a stout, well-made wing divider made by R&H Boker in Germany. It's in perfect working order and has a nice patina. it's over-built and would be a good one for outdoor work, timberframing and the like
$30
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Starrett 4in Inside Calipers.
These calipers are in excellent condition and work perfectly. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist's tool.
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Excellent 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has an over-stamped maker's mark. It's in outstanding condition with no flaws. A great example to put to work.
$20
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9in Machinists Level.
This level is unmarked. It has three intact vials and most original black finish remaining. It's an interesting design, not one I've seen before
$24
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Stanley no. 33 Level.
This level has most of its original orange finish and some missing nickel. The vial is intact.
$15
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Goodell-Pratt 28in Plumb and Level.
This is a good, usable level. It has a mahogany stock and brass end caps. Both vials are intact. There is a hang hold drilled in one end, the backside of which has some blow-out which is unfortunate. Still a high quality level in usable condition
$20
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PEC 12in Combination square.
This square is in near-mint condition and in perfect working order. Not Starrett quality, but more than good enough for woodworking. Retails for around $80 new on Amazon
$55
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Stanley no. 104 16in Cherry Level.
This is an earlier plumb and level with two patent dates on the brass plate- 6/2/1891 and 6/23/1896. Both vials are intact and accurate. It has some dings and scratches but is still perfectly usable. It's aged to a nice deep red and looks fantastic
$24
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Early and Interesting Machinists Caliper.
This caliper is clearly early and hand-made. The graduations are hand-stamped,. There is an elaborate cursive maker's or owner's mark on the front. It works well though I'm stumped as to how the graduations are configured. A beautiful early tool.
$26
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European Double Marking Gauge.
This gauge is unmarked but I'm fairly certain it's an Ulmia. It works perfectly and has some light wear. The points are long and sharp.
$24
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Well-Made Steel Trammel Points.
These trammels look like they were a machinist's side project. They are very nicely made and work perfectly. They are sized to fit a beam 1/4in thick and 1in wide. The points aren't round, rather octagonal in cross-section. They have a nice look to them and work perfectly. Trammels work just like dividers, just on a larger scale.
$35
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Starrett 6in Hermaphrodite Calipers.
This is a good, usable caliper made in Athol, MA by Starrett. It works perfectly.
$12
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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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1 1/4in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Winsted Plane Co. of Winsted, CT. It likely dates to the 1850s according to AWP-V. Despite its 170 or so years, it remains in very good condition and should be perfectly usable with some minor tuning. It has a clean, straight body and reasonably tight mouth. The blade is in fantastic condition with plenty of length left and no pitting. It's a useful size and a well-made plane just waiting to be put back to work.
$30
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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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Stanley no. 39 1/2 SW Era Machinsts Level.
This level is in good working order. It has some 95%+ original nickel. It was made in the 1920s SW era. A fine example.
$30
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Small 5in Compass.
This compass was made by Hilger & Sons. It's in good, usable condition with a tight hinge.
$25
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Early, Hand-Marked Carpenters Framing Square.
This 24x12 square has no maker's name but is clearly early based on the hand-stamped numbers and clear line where it was forge-welded. It's clean and perfectly usable
$20
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Small Starrett 3in Machinists Bench Level.
This small level is in excellent condition with nearly perfect original japanned finish and nickel plating. The vial is intact. It's clearly marked Starrett. It's a top quality machinist tool made in Athol, MA.
$28
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Decent 1/4in Side Bead molding Plane by JG GRAVES, Sheffield.
It's one of the most popular sizes I'm asked for today and one of the hardest to find in good shape. This plane has seen some use- The blade is worn and needs to be ground and honed. The boxing is slightly worn but still dead on straight. It's usable, but not the best.
$24
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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.
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Exceptional American 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by B.F. Berry, a Watertown, NY planemaker working in the first half of the 19th century. The plane is as clean and crisp as they come, showing no evidence of use. It's perfectly usable and a good medium size for moldings.
$24
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American 3/4in Side Bead Molding PLane.
This plane is marked "H. Adams, New York" The mark appears in AWP-IV where it receives (***) for rarity. It's speculated that Adams was a tool merchant who sold planes marked by Auburn. The plane is in very good condition overall with no damage, just light wear. It's entirely usable
$22
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A. Mathieson 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a clean, crisp example in excellent condition. It's one of the most common sizes I find in vintage side beads. This one is superbly made and has a perfect blade. The only flaw is some light wear to the top of the wedge. An excellent example
$22
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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.
$24
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Excellent 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin for Dillworth & Branson, a Philadelphia hardware dealer in the late 19th century. The plane is in excellent condition and perfectly usable. It's a good example of one of the most common size side beads I find.
$22
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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
$22
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Excellent M. Opeland 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane has seen very little use and remains in outstanding condition with no flaws. A great plane to put to work if you need to cut large beads for house moldings
$24
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American 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Way & Sherman in Albany in the late 1840s/early 1850s. The plane is essentially unused with a factory-new blade and perfect boxing. The wedge has a repaired crack, the only flaw. A perfectly usable plane in a larger size for house moldings
$22
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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.
$24
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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.
$24
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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.
$24
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3/4in British Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is unmarked but otherwise in near-perfect condition. The blade and boxing are flawless. The body shows only very light wear. A perfectly usable plane for cutting house moldings.
$25
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1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane was made by Josiah King in New York in themid-late 1800s. It's clean and in excellent condition all around. The blades have some discoloration but no pitting. It puts a complete 180 degree round-over on 5/4in stock. It could be used as a make-do forkstaff planes for working implement handles and the like.
$28
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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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3/4in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made near Hartford, CT by Chapin-Stephens, sucessors to H. Chapin. It is exceptionally clean and crisp with no flaws. It's one of the most common sizes I find, an one that I get the least demand for, unfortunately. The price does not reflect the quality, just the lack of demand.
$20
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Matched Pair of Handled 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made by DR Barton in Rochester, NY. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in thick stock. This pair will not work on 7/8 or 5/4 stock. These are a short pair, 9 3/4in long overall, the size of a normal molding plane. Most of the handled T&G planes I see are longer. The shorter size means they will fit well in a containment system intended for normal molding planes, which is a plus. Both planes have seen some use but remain in very good working order. The blades are long and clean. Both totes are clean and free of damage and feel good in the hand. A good working pair in a useful size for thicker case and cabinet work.
$40
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Sandusky "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This plane cuts both halves of a T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. It will also work 3/4in or 1in stock if you are careful. The plane cuts the tongue going one way, and then the groove going the other. Both blades are long and clean. The plane itself is decently clean and has seen some use. It's still in good working order and is a very useful plane to have in your lineup.
$40
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Matched Pair of 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes cut both halves of a T&G joint centered on 1in stock. They will also work for slightly thicker stock but not quite 5/4. They were made by James Hannan in New York. Hannan is listed as working from about 1849-57. This particular mark is the least common of those he used, rating (****) for rarity. The planes are in good working order and have seen quite a bit of use based on the length of the blades. They were well cared-for and remain clean and sound. Both blades are clean and free of pitting. They are a good working pair ready to be put back to use.
$40
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Massive 1 1/2in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane was made by A. Monty in Roxton Pond, Quebec. It cuts a big 180 degree round-over on 1 1/2in stock. It's a usable plane in decent, usable condition. The size is a rarity.
$26
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Excellent 3/4in American Molding Plane.
This plane was made by J&W Webb in New York ca. 1840. It's especially clean and crisp with a near-perfect blade. It'll make an exceptional worker in a larger size for house moldings
$24
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Excellent European Moving Fillister Plane.
This plane is marked "MAX FRANZKY COLN" on the top. It has an adjustable fence and depth stop as well as a nicker blade to work cross-grain. The blade is in excellent condition. The nicker blade is kept in place with a square retaining bolt tightened with a large wing nut. It's a useful plane for cutting clean, accurate rabbets both with and across the grain.
$65
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7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 7/8in wide dado across the grain. It was made by the Owasco Tool Company of New york. It's in excellent condition and should work perfectly. The depth stop is functional. Both the blade and nicker are long and clean. A fine worker in a useful size for larger cast, cabinet, and chest projects.
$35
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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
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Exceptional 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Auburn Tool Co. It's in crisp,clean condition with no wear or damage. The depth stop works pefectly. The blades are original length and clean. It's in especially nice condition and perfectly usable. It's a good size for larger case or cabinet work.
$35
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Greenfield Tool Co 1/2in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Greenfield, MA by the Greenfield Tool Co. It has maple wedges which seem to be usual for this company's planes. The plane is in very good condition overall with only light wear. The depth stop is very tight but works well. The nicker blade needs to be reground and honed. The blade is in excellent condition and the body is straight. A good, solid user in a very desirable size.
$30
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Ohio Tool Co 1in Wide Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
this plane cuts a 1in wide by 3/8in deep quirk ogee and bevel molding. It's a good medium-sized example of this very common and ubiquitous molding. It has seen use but remains in very good working order. The blade is long and clean, the boxed quirk dead on straight. There is evidence of an auxiliary strip added to the fence to make it easier to register at the proper spring angle on the work. It's a very nice, perfectly usable,example of this very useful molding plane.
$35
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Keen Kutter Block Plane.
This plane was made for E.C. Simmons and sold under the Keen Kutter brand. I'm almost positive it was made by Ohio Tool Co. It's clean and in very good condition overall. The blade is clean and the adjusters work well. It's equivalent in size and configuration to a Stanley no. 9 1/2. A somewhat scarce plane and a solid worker.
$30
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Woodriver No.3 Small Smooth Plane.
This plane is essentially new. The former owner told me it had been used but it shows no signs of use. . It's a copy of the vintage Stanley 65 low-angle knuckle-joint block plane. It's a quality plane. Woodriver are generally considered to be decent tools, not the quality of Lie-Nielsen but more affordable. This one lists for $157 new from Amazon
Left-Over and Reduced to: $115
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Keen Kutter Cabinet Scraper.
This is an E.C. Stearns cabinet scraper, similar to the Stanley no. 80, made for E.C. Simmons and sold under the Keen Kutter brand. It's in very good condition with minor finish loss. The blade is long and clean. A solid working example.
$40
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Excellent Sargent no. 5307 Block Plane.
This is a fully adjustable block plane with a knuckle-joint lever cap made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's a similar configuration to the Stanley no. 18. This model has an adjustable mouth, lateral blade adjuster, and standard vertical post blade adjuster. This example is clean and crisp with little wear or use. The original nickel is close to perfect, as is the japanning. It has a long, clean blade. All of the adjusters work well. An excellent, usable example of this useful block plane.
$35
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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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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.
$15
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D.R. Barton Spokeshave Blade.
This blade is 2 5/8in wide and 3in long. It was likely intended for a big cooper's jointer. It's never been used and is in excellent condition. A nice blade to use for a project.
$15
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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.
$15
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Veritas 2 3/8in Blade and Chipbreaker.
This blade is made of O1 tool steel and will fit a no. 4 1/2, 6, 7, or similar plane. It retails for around $75 new from Lee Valley. It's in excellent condition and has seen little use.
$60
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Veritas 1 3/4in Blade and Chipbreaker.
This blade is made of O1 tool steel and will fit a no. 3, 5 1/4 or similar plane. It retails for around $75 new from Lee Valley. It's in excellent condition and has seen little use.
$60
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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 90┬║ Bevel and retails for $45 new. It is in new, unused condition
$40
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Unusual 22in Turning Saw.
This is clearly a user-made saw made from a lightweight wood that might be chestnut. The arms pass through mortises in the stretchers rather than the typical mortise and tenon construction. the blade is fairly early looking and has a most unusual connecting mechanism that the photos will do a better job describing than I can with words. It's an interesting design and looks to be usable still.
$35
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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.
$25
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Beautiful Crown Plane Figured Maple Smooth Plane.
this is a small smooth plane measuring 7in long with a 1 3/4in single iron. It's in excellent condition with only very slight evidence of use. It was made by Jimmy Wright of >Crown toolsa, successor to the late Leon Robbins. It retails for $150 if purchased new .
$120
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Brown and Sharpe 1935 Full Line Catalog.
This 648 catalog is in very good condition and makes an excellent reference.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Original Starret 1957 Catalog.
462 pages. This catalog contains Starrett's full line of high quality Machinist's tools. It's in excellent condition. It contains the 1956 supplemental retail price listing of machinists tools and stock.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Sellens: The Stanley Plane..
This is a useful reference for Stanley collectors and users to help sort out their myriad of hand planes. It gives a nice history of the company and its development of planes. It then discusses the planes by the numbers in much the way Walters guid does, but with a bit more details. It's in good condition with some wear and no dust jacket. It's apparently become a somewhat scarce and desirable book based on the used prices on Amazon and Abe. Here's a decent copy at a good price.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


1909 Stanley  Catalog Reprint.
This is one of the nicest Stanley reprints ever published- it's a Roger K. Smith 1975 reprint of the 1909 catalog. It's a very high quality printing on quality stock. It has 130 pages of Stanley's full line of tools from the famous "type 11" era. This example is in excellent condition. It's a must-have for your tool library
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The Stanley Catalog Collection Vol II.
Softcover, 408 pages, Very Good condition. This book consists of six 19th century catalogs: 1872, 74, 7, 84, and 92. It also includes two Leonard Bailey catalogs.. It's an excellent reference for the Stanley collector.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


1939 Norton "How to Sharpen" Pamphlet.
This is a pocket-sized 48 page, profusely illustrated and photographed, reference guide published by Norton. It includes descriptions and uses for many of their abrasives including Arkansas and synthetic stones, hand grinder, axe stones, etc. It's an interesting and enlightening read.
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Stanley 1915 Catalog Reprint.
This is one of the most important Stanley catalogs, printed during the heart of the "type 11" era. It includes the 12 page pamphlet describing the new items introduced into the Stanley lines this year. This reprint is in very good condition and makes an essential reference.
$18 This Item Has Been Sold


Five Charles Hayward Books.
Included in this lot are "Woodwork Joints", Carpentry for Beginners", "Practical Veneering", "Woodcarving", and a later printing of "Woodworking Joints". All are in good condition
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Six Fine Woodworking Project Plans.
A collection of six printed FWW project plans, all in new condition in their original wrappings. Included are: ROUBO BENCH WITH BENCH CRAFTED VISES, PENNSYLVANIA SPICE BOX PROJECT PLAN, WINDSOR-STYLE ROCKING CHAIR, HANGING TOOL CABINET, FEDERAL CARD TABLE PROJECT PLAN, and SERPENTINE FEDERAL SIDEBOARD. These six plans, if purchased from FWW today would retail for $63.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Four Carlyle Lynch measured drawings.
This is a set of four Carlyle Lynch measured drawings: Duncan Phyfe's Tool Chest, Writing Box on Frame, and John Marshall's Desk. These plans are sold by Tools for Working Wood. Purchased new from TFWW today they would retail for $68.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Benchrafted Split-Top Roubu Plans.
This is a large four-sheet plan measuring 30x20in. It retails for $23 new. It's been used and kept in a tube so it has some slight creasing.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Sclae Drawing Comb-Back Windsor Chair .
This is a two-page plan measuring about 34x26in. It is an earlier version without the mylar template.
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Curtis Buchanan Sclae Drawing Continuous-Arm Windsor Chair .
This is a four-page plan measuring about 34x26in. It is an earlier version without the mylar template. Included are the contour map of the seat, turnings, and the front and side few as well as a plan for the required bending form.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Shave Horse.
This is a massive two-page plane for Buchanan's shave horse. This plan is no longer offered for sale.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Continuous Arm Windsor Rocking Chair.
This is the complete four-page plan including the mylar template. It's been used in a shop and has some light creasing. It retails for $60 if bought new today.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Comb Back Windsor Rocking Chair.
This is the complete four-page plan including the mylar template. It's been used in a shop and has some light creasing. It retails for $60 if bought new today.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Sack Back Windsor Rocking Chair.
This is the complete four-page plan including the mylar template. It's been used in a shop and has some light creasing. It retails for $60 if bought new today.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Roubu Plate 11 Poster.
This poster was created by Popular Woodworking for sale at Woodworking in America ca. 2010. It is in excellent condition, ready for framing.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Roubu Plate 11 Poster.
This poster was created by Popular Woodworking for sale at Woodworking in America ca. 2010. It is in excellent condition, ready for framing.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Curtis Buchanan Scale Drawing: Fan Back Windsor Side Chair.
This is the complete four-page plan, an early version without the mylar template currently included with the plans if bought new for $60 new today. It's been used in a shop and has some light creasing.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Seymour Tambour Desk Plans.
This five-page plan measures 24x18in. It's seen use in a shop and has light creasing.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


New-Old-Stock H. Taylor 1/8in no. 30 Bent Carving Tool.
This tool is in near-mint condition. It has its original decal on the handle and looks like it was never used.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Union SAMSON 1in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel was made by the Union Hardware Co of Torrington, CT. It's 11in long and has a very clean blade completely free of pitting. The handle is in similarly excellent condition. It'll sharpen up easily and be a fine user.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Huge 1 3/4in Incannel Gouge.
This gouge was made by I.M. Martin. It's 13+in long with a massive handle. The back of the blade is free of pitting but is discolored as you can see in the photos. the handle is in nice shape and has an iron hoop for use with a mallet. It's an interesting, usable gouge.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers no. 29 Spoon Gouge.
This 3/8in wide spoon gouge has seen some use but it still in good, usable condition.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


I&H Sorby 1/2in Boxwood Handled Paring Chisel.
This chisel has a nice boxwood handle with no damage and a beautiful deep gold color. The blade is clean and the bevel sharp. It's nearly 10in long overall. The only flaw is a crack in the brass ferrule which won't affect use. A top quality Sheffield edge tool in excellent working order
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Unusual 1/2in Cranked Flat Paring Chisel.
This chisel is completely unmarked and has a hand-forged look to it. The blade is very short with a long tang which is an unusual design in my experience. The blade is in very good condition with no pitting. The handle is excellent. It's an unusual tool that I'm sure you can find a specialized job for it to handle.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


JB Addis no. 28 1/2in Spoon gouge.
This gouge is 10in long, made in London by Addis. It's a top quality carving tool in a very useful size for spoon carving, etc. It has a very sharp bevel and no pitting or discoloration. About as nice as they come.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent SJ Addis no. 39 V Carving Tool.
This 1/4in wide carving tool was made by Ward and Payne for SJ Addis. It's a top quality edge tool with zero pitting. It's nearly 10in long overall. It's a very useful profile, made by one of the best.
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Extra-Long British 3/8in Flat Gouge.
This gouge is 13+in long with a thin, flexible blade. It was made by Hearnshaw in Sheffield and sold under the John Bull name. The bevel is ground outcannell and is in good shape. The blade has no pitting on the inside face. The handle is in excellent condition as well. A nice usable Sheffield edge tool
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Long, Thin Ward 1/4in Paring Gouge.
This gouge is 11+in long with a very clean blade. It was made ward and Payne in Sheffield, top quality edge tool makers in the mid-late 19th century. The bevel is ground incannel for use as a paring/coping gouge. The blade has no pitting on the outside face. The handle is in excellent condition as well. A nice usable Sheffield edge tool
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DR Barton 1/4in no. 7 Carving Gouge.
this gouge is a little under 9in long overall. It's clean and completely free of pitting with an excellent handle. It was made in Rochester, NY by Barton, a top quality American edge tool maker. An excellent user gouge in a good general purpose size.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Pair of New Old Stock Sandvik Chisels.
These chisels are sizes 1 1/4 and 1/2in. They are new, unused in their original packaging. They are tough chisels with composite handles made for hard work
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Ward and Payne 3/8in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a shapely beech handle and a clean back. It measures 9 1/2in long overall
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Ward and Payne 3/8in Tang Chisel.
Ward was widely regarded as one of the highest quality makers of the 19th century. Contemporary American edge tool makers were compared to Ward when judged for quality. This example has a nice beech handle and a clean back. It measures 9in long overall
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Ward and Payne 5/8in Tang Gouge.
This is a stout gouge with a thicker blade than usual and a big boxwood handle. It's nearly 12in long overall. It is clean and free of pitting. It just needs a bevel grind and hone. Ward made top quality edge tools in Sheffield throughout the 19th century.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Narex 5mm Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is in near-mint, recently sharpened and ready to use.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


I. Sorby 1/2in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This gouge is a bit over 10in long, made by I. Sorby in Sheffield. It's in excellent condition with no flaws. The back is clean and free of pitting. The bevel is sharp, The handle has no problems. An outstanding paring gouge in top condition
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive 3/4in Framing Chisel.
This chisel is marked American Co., Warranted, Cast Steel. This mark is shown in the EAIA DAT but no further information is provided. The chisel is a massive 16.5in long overall. The back of the blade has some pitting but the area near the bevel is lapped clean and the bevel is very sharp. A solid worker from an unknown maker.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Mathieson 3/4in Flat Paring Gouge.
This gouge was made in Glasgow by Mathieson. It's 10.5in long overall. It has a clean blade free of pitting. The bevel is honed and sharp. A fine worker in great shape.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley SW Era 1/4in Everlast Chisel.
This is a nice working example of the ever-popular Everlast style chisel. It has a steel cap and a steel shank that runs throughout the length of the chisel making it ideal for hard work. It measures 7 7/8in long overall. The end cap is clean and the wood is free of damage. The back is lapped flat and clean near the working area. There is a spot of pitting well in back of the bevel you can see in the photos. A good, solid working example of this very popular chisel.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Chapin-Stephens 3/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent working order. It's dead straight, not warped at all. Both blades are long and clean and the depth stop works perfectly. It's a simple and effective plane to use in a handy smaller size. The interesting thing is it's stamped with the incorrect size on the heel, plus the maker's mark was off-centered. It's marked 3/4 but is definitely 3/8. A good solid worker.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 3/4in no. 750 Socket Chisel.
This chisel has a good clean back but the front is pretty pitted. The handle is in in great shape but not original. A good, usable example of one of the best bench chisels made.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny, Early 1/8in Pigsticker Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is 1/8in wide and a bit over 10.5in long overall. It's clean and has a very nice beech handle. It's only one of a few in the 1/8in size. The design and patina tells me it's pretty early though it's unmarked so I can't tell for sure. Regardless there's nothing that will prevent it from being a great user.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny, Early Pigsticker Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is bit thinner than 1/8n wide, call it a little less than 3/32. It's a bit over 8.5in long overall. It's clean and has a well-used, nice beech handle. It's one of the only examples I've found thinner than 1/8in. The design and patina tells me it's pretty early though it's unmarked so I can't tell for sure. Regardless there's nothing that will prevent it from being a great user.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive 2in Farming Chisel.
This chisel is 18+in long with a 2in wide blade. The blade is decently clean on the back as you can see in the photos. It has the unique "bevel back" design which was most commonly used by Douglass and Swan. This one only says "cast steel, warranted" clearly. I can't make out a maker's mark. It has a perfect handle. A great worker
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


SJ Addis no. 5 Sweep 1/4in Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made in Sheffield by Ward and Payne for SJ Addis. It's in exceptionally clean condition with zero pitting and a dead perfect handle. It's a top quality carving tool in perfect working order.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive Douglas Mfg Co. 1 1/2in Framing Chisel.
This is about as thick a chisel as I've ever seen. It's only 1 1/2in wide by weighs as much or more as many 2in chisels I've found. It's 14.5in long overall, 5/8in thick where the socket begins, and still a good 1/4in + thick at the bevel. The back has been lapped clean and flat in the area nearest the bevel. It has a freshly ground bevel and is reasonably sharp. It was made in Seymour, CT by Douglass which was the precursor to the James Swan Company. A massive, perfectly usable, framing chisel
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive Douglas Mfg. Co. 3/8in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This is a true moritse chisel with a massive blade and a stout handle. The chisel measures 15.5in long overall. It has a clean back and a sharp bevel. It was made by Douglass in Seymour, CT. Douglass was the precursor to the James Swan Company. A great worker in a very useful size
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


W. Butcher 5/8in Tang Chisel.
This chisel is 9 1/2in overall. It was made by Butcher in Sheffield, a highly regarded edge tool maker. This one has a clean, lapped back and a freshly ground bevel. The handle is somewhat crude, but it works. A solid worker by a quality maker
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers 3/8in Tang Chisel.
This chisel is in good working order. It's 9 1/2in long overall and has a clean, lapped back. The bevel is honed and it's quite sharp. The handle has some damage but it's still a quality paring chisel, ready to work.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 1/4in 750 Socket Chisel.
This chisel is in excellent working order. It has no pitting on the back and a good handle. This one is marked 750 on the socket. It measures 8 1/4in long overall. It's a nice working example of one of the best bench chisels ever made.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley 1 1/4in no. 720 Socket Chisel.
This is a clean, usable example in excellent working condition. It measures 12 1/4in long overall. The back is lapped and is free of pitting. The handle isn't original but is in excellent condition and closely resembles the original pattern. A fine working example of this very popular socket paring chisel.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny 1/4in V Carving Tool.
This is a small carving tool with a good blade and gorgeous mahogany handle. It's only 7 1/2in long and completely unmarked.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers 3/8in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a thin, fine paring chisel in excellent working order. The back is clean and has no pitting at all. It's 9 1/2in long overall. The original apple handle is in excellent condition. A top quality user
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Thin Buck Brothers Bevel-Edge Tang Paring Chisel.
This was a 1/8in chisel that was ground down a bit to make it 1/10in. It's clean and well cared-for. The original apple handle is in outstanding condition. The blade is clean and free of pitting.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers no. 5 5/8in Tang Carving Gouge.
This gouge is a flat no. 5 sweep. It's in excellent condition and is quite sharp. The handle is perfect and there is no pitting on the blade. An outstanding worker made by the most respected 19th century edge tool maker in America.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


A. Hildick 1/2in Tang Paring Chisel.
This is a high quality Sheffield-made tang chisel in excellent condition. The back is clean. The handle is near-perfect with much of the original decal. A good worker in a useful size
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


New Auriou Flat no. 3 Gouge.
This gouge was made by Auriou at the Forge de Saint Juery in France. It's a no 3 sweep 20mm fishtail gouge in new condition. It retails for $41 new.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent British 3/8in Thin Paring Chisel.
This chisel is in amazing condition. the blade is thin and fine, intended for fine paring work. The handle is boxwood. There is a small partial label on the handle. I'm fairly certain it's a Marples. Either way, it's very sharp and in excellent working order.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Extra-Long & Thin I. Sorby Paring Chisel.
This is a long, thin paring chisel made in Sheffield by Sorby. The blade is exceptionally clean with no pitting on the back. the handle is boxwood. It has a check in it and a few chips on the underside. It feels good in the hand and will make an excellent worker.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Stout 3/4in Ohio Tool Socket Chisel.
This chisel is 13in long overall. The back is clean and sharp. The handle is in excellent condition. A solid worker.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


DR Barton 3/8in Incannel Gouge.
This gouge was made in Rochester, NY by Barton, a top quality edge tool makers. It's sharp and clean. The handle isn't original but it works just fine. A fine worker.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny 1/8in no. 9 Sweep DR Barton Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made by Barton in Rochester, NY, a top quality edge tool maker. It has its original apple handle. It's just under 9in long overall
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


I. Sorby 1/2in Gouge.
This gouge is 9 1/2in long overall. It was made in Sheffield by I&H Sorby. It has a beautiful boxwood handle. The inside face has some pitting. Put a double bevel on it and it'll work just fine.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny I&H Sorby 1/4in Flat Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made by I&H Sorby in Sheffield. It is only 7 1/2in long overall. The blade is exceptionally clean. The handle is not original but it works. A good, usable gouge
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Near-Mint Ashley Iles 1in Chisel.
This chisel is in near-new condition, perfectly sharp and ready to work out of the box. It retails for $38 new
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


1 1/2in Bevel-Edge Socket Chisel.
This chisel is more than 14in long overall. It was made for the Hibbard, Spencer, & Bartlett hardware company of Chicago, IL. It has a clean, long blade with a freshly sharpened bevel. The handle is in excellent condition. It's a perfectly usable paring chisel in great shape
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Buck Brothers 1in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 11.5in long made by Buck Brothers in Milbury, MA. It has a freshly ground and honed bevel and a clean back. The handle is near-perfect. An ideal user in exceptional condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Huge Buck Brothers 1 3/4in Socket Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is 14+in long made by Buck Brothers in Milbury, MA. It has a freshly ground and honed bevel and a clean back. It'll work well out of the box. The handle is near-perfect. An ideal user in exceptional condition.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Addis 3/8in 5 Sweep Flat Carving Gouge.
This gouge was made by Addis in Sheffield. It has the broadarrow mark indicating it was made for the British government or military. It's especially clean and crisp with zero pitting. A top quality worker in great shape.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


H. taylor 3/4in Fishtail Carving Chisel.
This is a no. 31 double-bevel carving chisel made by Taylor in England. It has a good blade with no pitting. it does need a quick bevel grind and hone. The handle is perfect.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


3/8in British Incannel Paring Gouge.
This is a long, clean paring gouge with an incannell bevel. The back is clean and free of pitting. It has a boxwood handle that has aged to a deep golden color. It has a smudged maker's stamp that I believe is Hearnshaw but I can't be certain. Regardless, it's a good looking gouge in perfectly usable condition
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Marples 1/2in Incannel Paring Gouge.
This gouge was made by Marples in Sheffield. It's in excellent condition with a clean back complete free of pitting. The boxwood handle is near-perfect with no damage. It has aged to a deep golden color. A high quality gouge in top condition that would be a perfect user.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Set of Seven Turning Tools.
this is a set of seven turning tools, all honed sharp and ready to work. Included are a 3/16in parting tool, a vintage Buck Brothers 3/4in spindle gouge, a Buck 3/4in skew chisel, a massive Buck 1 1/2in spindle gouge, a Buck 5/8in skew chisel and two modern Hurricane brand turning tools- a 1/2in thumbnail profile gouge and a 1/4in thumbnail gouge. The Hurricane tools retail for $30 a piece if purchased new today. A good general-purpose set of turning tools for spindle work.
$80 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent 12in Bit Brace.
This brace was made for E.C. Simmons, the St. Louis Hardware Dealer that also sold Keen Kutter Tools. I'm going to assume it was made by J. Fray in Bridgeport, CT based on the split handle with pewter rings. It's a non-ratchet brace which makes it a lot lighter and improves the feel of the brace in use. If you need a big brace for timber framing or the like, this one is a good worker. It's clean and sound with excellent cocobolo handles. A solid worker for turning bit bits.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce & Excellent Davis Level & Tool Co. 8in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace was made in Springfield, MA by Davis. It's a unique design with a gutta percha handle. The ratchet and chuck have three patent dates: May 26 1886, April 17, 1893, and Oct 14, 1884. The brace works perfectly. the ratchet is smooth in both directions. The jaws have little wear. It's an interesting, usable, early brace
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 32 8in Ratchet Bit Brace.
This is a Millers Falls Barber Improved patent bit brace in a useful 8in size. It has lovely cocobolo head and handle, both in excellent condition. The frame has some light, honest patina. The chuck and ratchet both work well. A fine usable brace in a good size for turning most size auger bit and bitstock tools.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger is complete and in usable condition. It's been worked quite a bit and is discolored but still perfectly usable. It has a nice clean, sharp, long blade, as well as its original depth stop. It can cut round tenons from 1/4in to 1 1/4in diameter.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Rare E.C. Stearns Patented Tapered Tenon Cutter .
This hollow auger was made by E.C. Stearns in Syracuse, NY. The design was patented June 12, 1877. The patent date is clearly marked on the blade. This tool cuts a tapered round tenon unlike a normal hollow auger which cuts a cylindrical tenon. The taper of the tenon can be adjusted by means of the knurled wheel at the top of the tool. It is complete and in good working order with only some minor finish loss and light wear. It's a rare and interesting tool- the only one I've come across.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 103 Eggbeater Hand Drill.
This is a good quality drill in perfect working order. It is missing its side handle, which isn't really needed for normal operation. It has a hollow handle full of original fluted bits. The drill works well with a nice smooth action and a functional chuck.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


North Brothers no. 45 Push Drill.
This drill was made in Philadelphia by North Brothers shortly after the 1946 Stanley acquisition. It has a full complement of bits inside the bakelite handle. It works perfectly. It's a very useful drill for quickly and accurately drilling very small holes.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


8in Non-Ratchet Bit Brace.
This brace is in excellent condition and works perfectly. The lack of a ratchet makes it much lighter than a ratchet brace and gives you a more positive feel in use. It's a good size for rapidly turning small to medium size bits and for use with bitstock tools. It's completely unmarked. It looks exactly like a Millers Falls no. 13. A good working brace in a useful size.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Cincinnati Tool Co. Auger Bit Gauge.
This is a rare auger bit depth stop made by CTCo. It's a model 403. It clamps to an auger bit to allow the user to quickly and accurately bore holes to a consistent depth. I've attached a photo from the 1923 CTCo catalog in the photo section. It works perfectly and has almost all original paint and nickel plating. It's a scarce, very useful tool
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Collection of Early Bitstock Tools.
This is a great working set of bits with square tapered tangs, all of which could be used in a two-jaw brace, breast drill, or with a Sheffield style wooden brace. The set includes a stepped set of 10 center bits, all in good, usable condition. The center points are long, the cutters are all properly shaped, and the spurs are long and clean. Almost all of the center bits are Mathieson, though not are not a true matched set. The center bits range in size from 1/4in to 1 1/2in. Also included are eight various screwdriver bits including a split screw bit for use with saw screws. There are two tapered reamers, a gimlet bit, and four countersinks- one diamond point, one snail shell, and two rose head. A nice working set of useful bits.
$80 This Item Has Been Sold


Superb Boxed Set of Cleveland Twist Drill Bits.
This is a complete set of bits from 1/16in to 3/8in. They were made but the Cleveland Twist Drill Company. They are cased in their original wood box with a sliding top. The top has almost all of its original decal. The bits are clean and crisp. These are standard twist bits with tapered square shanks for use in a brace or breast drill with a two jaw chuck. A superb set
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 1220 Hand Drill.
This is a simple, effective Handyman drill in good working order. It has a hollow handle with a set of eight original fluted bits. It's not the sexiest drill, but it works perfectly.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Rare and Excellent Millers Falls no. 2 Graves Automatic Drill.
This push drill is in near-mint condition in its original metal case. The case has most of its original decal on the inside cover as well as most of the original checkered decoration on the outside. The drill itself is in amazing condition. It has a perfect rosewood handle and all original nickel on the locking nut and chuck. The split two jaw chuck hold small round shank bits for fine work. It's the only example of this scarce tool I've found. I can't imagine finding a better example.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Short Set of Six Irwin Auger Bits in a Box.
Six bits, all in excellent working order, from sizes 5-10. They are in a nice fitted box with a sliding lid. These are all high quality bits made by Greenlee. They are general purpose bits with single twist shanks and a single lead screw. They will work in any wood, green or dry, soft or hard. A good working set.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Unusual and Excellent Bitstock Handle.
This cast iron handle attaches to the tapered square shank of an auger bit or a bitstock tool like a countersink, screwdriver, gimlet, or other tool. It is in excellent condition with nearly perfect original finish. I've never seen one like it.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Interesting Pistol-Grip Hand Drill.
This is a nice little hand drill with a stainless three-jaw Jacobs chuck. It works perfectly. It's marked "Stainless" on the Jacob's chuck which makes me suspect it mas designed for medical use but it'll work wood just as well.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Moulson Brothers Sheffield Brace.
This brace was made in the classic Sheffield style with a brass chuck, beech frame, and Lignum head. The frame has no damage at all. The chuck has a tight spring and is steel-lined for wear-resistance. The Lignum head is near-perfect. It has no cracks or checks. It's perfectly tight with no wobble- a true rarity. It comes with a small set of bitstock tools including center bits, countersinks, screwdriver bits, etc. It's an excellent example and a truly fun to use.
$75 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 51 Spokeshave.
This is the most common spokeshave I find. It was so popular because the design is simple and they work very well. This example was made in the "type 11" era ca. 1910-18. It's in excellent condition with almost all original japanning and a long, clean blade. It'll make an outstanding worker.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Gorgeous J. Fray Cocobolo Hollow Tool Handle.
This tool handle is in excellent condition. It's made from a gorgeous piece of cocobolo with excellent color and grain. It has a full compliment of ten bits included, all in great shape. It was made by J. Fray in Bridgeport, CT. This example has Fray's Aug 7, 1883 patent date on the chuck. Its two-jaw chuck will hold just about anything with a square shank including files and rasps. An exceptional example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Very Nice Craftsman-Made Wooden Trammel Points.
This trammel has a 24in beam and is very well-made. It has a pinned mortise and tenon to hold the fixed head on. The sliding head is locked by means of a keyed sliding wedge. It has two good points and a lovely patina from age and light use. It's a beautiful tool that's completely usable. It functions just like a divider, just on a larger scale
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Stanley no. 203 Bench Bracket.
This tool was patented 3/15/1916. It's designed to hold work utilizing a sliding dead-man or holes bored in the apron. This example is complete with no damage and 95%+ original japanned finish. A scarce Stanley tool, and quite a useful one.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


North Brothers Yankee no. 130A 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 with a strong return spring.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Wm. Johnson Maple Spokeshave.
this shave was made in Newark, NJ by Johnson. It has a maple body and a brass wear plate in front of the blade. It's especially clean and has little wear. The blade is in great shape- long, very sharp, and free of pitting. A great user spokeshave
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


E.C. Stearns Jointer Gauge.
This gauge clamps to the side of a plane to help you accurately plane edges to a specific angle. I don't find it useful for planing 90 degree edges but it's really handy if you need to get an edge to a specific angle. It's clean and works perfectly.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


8in Drawknife.
This drawknife has a partial maker's mark belonging to IJ. Warnock & Co. out of Galt, Ontario (Thanks to Charlie T. for the identification!) The blade is very long. It needs a bevel grind and hone. There is very light pitting on the back. the handles are intact but rotate a bit. A good worker, but not the best I've found.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Extra-Large PEXTO 10in Folding-Handle Drawknife.
This drawknife was made by Peck, Stow, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. It is quite unusual in that it's a massive 21in wide overall with the handles set in place for use- much larger than a normal model would be. It's in excellent condition with a clean blade and lots of length left to it.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Near- Mint Stanley no. 60 Double Spokeshave.
This shave has two cutters- one flat, the other concave for working round stock. It's in near-mint condition with no flaws. An ideal worker
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Sheffield-Made Beech Spokeshave.
This shave was made by Chas. Henry in Sheffield. It's 11in long overall with a 2 1/2in blade. The blade is clean and long with zero pitting. The bevel is decently sharp and has no nicks or dings to grind out. The blade tangs are still tight in the body. The beech body has minimal wear and the area near the mouth is still clean and unworn. A great working example.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 53 Adjustable Spokeshave.
This shave has a spring-loaded adjustable mouth to quickly and accurately adjust the depth of cut. Both springs are strong and it adjusts easily. The body has most of its original japanning. The blade is near-perfect as clearly shown in the photos. It's one of my favorite spokeshave models to use and very popular among workers today.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Super Cute Tiny Bench Vise.
This tiny little vise has jaws barely 1in wide. You can get an idea of the scale from the photos. It's marked "patent applied for" but nothing else. It works some well though it does have some wear on the jaws. I've never seen another like it.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Morrill Patent APEX SPECIAL Saw Set.
This is a top quality sawset made by William Morrill. It's in excellent working order and is calibrated to work saws up to about 15PPI. It's loaded with patent dates and will make a great worker
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Superb, Ready-to-Use Kimball 6in Drawknife.
This drawknife was made in Bennington, NH by CJ Kimball & Sons. The company operated from 1873-1894 according to the EAIA DAT. This example is in perfect working order. It has a long, clean blade with a sharp bevel and no pitting. The handles are perfectly tight. The blade has a unique, bold, clear maker's mark. A fantastic worker ready-to-go out of the box.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce & Excellent Sargent no. 52 Hand Scraper.
This scraper was made in New Have, CT by Sargent. It has a massive cast iron handle on it which makes it very comfortable to use for long periods of scraping, plus it gives is a nice heft in use. It has its original blade which is in excellent condition. The head can be adjusted to work at an angle to the handle by means of a ball locking mechanism secured by twisting the handle. It stays put when set. It's a great design and a nice usable scraper to working large areas.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Well-Made Wooden Cabinet Scraper .
This scarper looks like it's made from maple with an applied sole that I believe is bone or horn. It's well-made, clean and sound, perfectly usable. The blade is in excellent condition. Functionally it would work the same as a Stanley no. 80.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Stanley no. 83 Scraper.
This is a good, clean example with its original caster wheel. It's essentially the same as a no. 80 scraper but has just the scraper blade and the caster making contact with the work. It has perhaps 95% original nickel-plating. The blade is very clean and has no pitting. A good usable example of this scarce scraper.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


Millers Falls no. 199 Offset Screwdriver.
This is a clean, crisp example. It's handy for getting to screws in tight places.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Mann Patent Screwdriver.
This screwdriver design was patented on May 16, 1899. The design implements a holding device for a screw to allow it to be driven one-handed. This example is especially clean and works perfectly.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Good, Usable Hollow Tool Handle.
This tool handle is likely a Goodell-Pratt make but it's not marked. It has ten original bits included with it including a chisel, saw, gouge, awl, etc. Its chuck can hold just about anything with a small tapered square shank like files and rasps. The wood is painted orange and has some wear at the end you can see in the photos.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Hock Tools Scratch Stock Set.
This scratch stock is complete and excellent in its original box. Retail price is $30 new
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Beech Spokeshave.
This shave is especially clean but unmarked. It has a 2 1/2in wide blade in excellent condition. The mouth has some light wear, as expected. A very good solid user.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Inshave.
This inshave has a slight curve to the blade, not nearly as rounded as a scorp. It is unmarked with an excellent blade. The handles feel loose, but are pinned to the blade's tangs so they are going nowhere. Perfectly usable.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny 4in Machinists Rule.
This rule is in excellent condition. It was made by the Victor Rule Co. of Hartford, CT. I can't find any information whatever on this company. It's a mystery, and a cute, useful little rule
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptional TH Witherby 8in Darwknife.
This drawknife is in excellent condition all-around. The blade has plenty of life left and has a very clean back with only some very slight pitting here and there.. The fruitwood handles are in excellent condition and perfectly tight. the blade is slightly curved both side to side and across the width of the blade, just as you'd hope to see. The bevel is decently sharp and has no nicks or dings at all. It's a top quality edge tool in perfect user condition.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Rams Horn Cabinet Scraper.
This is a classic "Ram's Horn" pattern scraper made from beech with a brass and bronze sole. The plane body keeps the blade set with a slight bow in it similar to how a no. 80 scraper holds its blade. This one has a leather-backed mouth presumably to take up vibration and make for a better fit. It's a very well-made tool and perfectly usable.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Set of Five Habilis Rasps.
A set of five unused, mint condition rasps in hand, half-round, round, square, and three-sided. For general woodworking and sculpting. They retail for $73 new if purchased today
$60 This Item Has Been Sold


Tim Manney Chairmakers Tapered Reamer.
This tapered reamer has a 6 degree taper. It's in new, unused condition. It retails for $140 new from Tim Manney here. You can find
$120 This Item Has Been Sold


Benchcrafted Miter Jack Kit.
This kit is in new, unused condition with all of the hardware and box. It retails for $39 new today
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Rosewood Try and Mitre Square.
This small square has a 4 1/2in long blade and a nice rosewood stock. It's straight,square, and clean. It is completely unmarked.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


5in Wing Dividers.
These dividers were made by Peck, Stowe, and Wilcox in Southington, CT. They have a light, honest patina and work flawlessly. They are a good size for layout and design work at the bench.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive 10in Wing Dividers.
These over-built wing dividers weigh more than a pound. They work well and have a partial maker's mark of which I can only read "London". It's an unusual size and appears as though it may be hand-forged. If you've got some heavy-duty layout work to do these would be the tool for the job. I've never seen a set like it.
$32 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 3in Inside Calipers.
These round-leg calipers are in excellent working order. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist tool that will also be useful for lathe work.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 8in Spring Dividers.
These flat-leg dividers are in excellent working order. They were made by Starrett in Athol, MA. A top quality machinist tool that is useful for layout or design work.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin noi. 171 6in Caliper Rule.
This small one-fold boxwood caliper rule was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI. It's in very good condition with only minor wear to the faces. The hinge and caliper are perfect and the original alignment pin is in place.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Exquisite 18in Wooden Trammel Set.
This is a beautifully made wooden trammel with an 18in long mahogany beam. The points are nicely turned from what I believe is walnut but I'm not 100% sure on that. The moving head locks securely with a thumbscrew. The points are in good shape and sharp. This tool acts essentially the same way as a divider or compass, just on a larger scale. It's absolutely gorgeous and perfectly functional
$65 This Item Has Been Sold


General Tools Protractor.
This protractor was made in New York by General and is in excellent condition with no flaws
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley Patented 12in Combination Square.
This square is exceptionally clean and works perfectly. It's marked with Stanley's 1,984,951 patent date.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 21 12in SW era Combination Square.
This square was made in the 1920s SW era. It's the cleanest example of this square I've come across. The head has all original nickel. The rule is perfectly clean. It's stamped with the 1/23/1917 patent date which is Bodmer's patent for the adjustment mechanism. It works perfectly and is as clean as you'll ever find.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 90 Marking Gauge.
This is a simple, effective gauge with a single marking pin. This example is especially clean with all original nickel plating.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin X46 6ft Zig-Zag Rule.
This rule is in near-mint condition and works perfectly in every way. One leg has an extension slide. It's a top quality rule made in Saginaw, MI by Lufkin.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 259 9n Mahogany Torpedo Level.
This level has very light wear and works perfectly.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Nice user-Made Wedge-Lock Marking Gauge.
This gauge looks like it's made of mahogany. It uses a keyed wedge to lock the head securely. It's well made and requires only thumb pressure to set/unset. The marking pin is filed to a knife edge to make a simple cutting/slitting gauge. It's a usable, well-made tool
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Early 12in Outside Wing Caliper.
This caliper is dated 1869 on one leg. It works well, adjusting easily and locking securely. It has an early look to it though there's no maker's mark. The micro-adjuster does not work.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Upson Nut Co. no. 61 Two Foot, Four-Fold Boxwood Rule.
This rule is n exceptional condition. It has all three alignment pins and a tight, accurate hinge. The faces of all of the scales are clean and easy to read. It was made in Unionville, CT in the mid-late 1800s according to the EAIA DAT.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


8in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge is in excellent working order. It has a distinctive seashell-shaped locking screw. The rosewood handle has a tiny chip in back which is the only flaw. It has a great patina and works perectly.
$22 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Starrett 4in Adjustable Machinists Bench Level.
This tiny level is in excellent condition with all original finish The vial has a rotating cover to protect it. It has all japanning and nickel plating. It's a top quality level made by Starrett in Athol, MA. Starrett still sells this design today with retail prices around $110.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Small Starret 3in Outside Caliper.
This is an earlier example with the June 2, 1885 patent date for the quick-adjust nut. It's in excellent condition and works perfectly.
$18 This Item Has Been Sold


Lufkin X64X Zig-Zag Rule.
this is a super-clean example in perfect working order. It's 6ft long overall with extensions on both ends. It was made by Lufkin in Saginaw, MI.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett 5in Spring Dividers.
This divider was made in Athol, MA by Starrett. It's been well-used but is still perfectly functional. A nice small size for layout or design work
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Mint Stanley no. 65 Marking Gauge.
This gauge is in new condition. the blade has been filed to a knife edge to make it a cutting or slitting gauge. It's a very useful gauge at a reasonable price
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 265 SW Era Boxwood Marking Gauge.
This gauge is a weird version of the no. 65. It's exactly the same design and construction but without graduations on the beam. It's in excellent condition with no flaws. The boxwood has aged to a nice deep golden color.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Super-Clean Chapin-Stephens Two Foot, Four-Fold Brass-Bound Boxwood Rule.
This is a Chapin Stephens rule no. 62 made in Pine Meadow, CT. It's exceptionally crisp and clean with night tight hinges. It's marked "second" likely due to the small blemish in the wood near the 16in mark on the front face. The alignment pin is present and it stays closed when folded for storage. The inside faces were never drilled for alignment pins which is interesting. It's a great example.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Wm. Johnson 6in Compass.
This compass was made by William Johnson in Newark, NJ. It has an even, honest patina but still works well. A nice smaller example for layout or design work.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Wm. Marples Brass Plumb Bob.
This is a small 4oz plumb bob made by Wm. Marples & Sons in Sheffield. It's one of a very few plumb bobs marked by this maker I've come across. It has a nice even, honest patina and is in perfect working order.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Cute 6in Try Square.
This little square has a clean, square blade and a beautiful rosewood stock. It is unmarked so far as I can tell. Very pretty and a good useful size for bench work.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful and Unique Wooden Mortise Gauge.
This gauge is the first I've ever found like this. It's beautifully made with a curly maple beam, beech head, and boxwood thumbscrew. The adjustable point rides on a wooden slide that is connected to the beam with a sliding dovetail. The fit is accurate and it works perfectly. I've tried my best to show the design in the photos. I've never seen something like this before. The head has a brass wear plate. Both points are long, sharp, and clean. It's a fantastic gauge- one of my favorite tools I've found this year.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold


Scarce Stanley no. 66 Marking Gauge.
This is not something I find very often- it's a beautiful Stanley mahogany marking gauge with a single marking pin. It has the typical brass "shoe" under the locking screw to protect the beam. The entire working area under the point is brass-plated for wear resistance. It has Traut's patent adjustable marking point which is long and sharp. It's a great looking, very useful marking gauge.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Unique Brass Trammel Points.
These trammel points look great and have a lovely patina to them. They work perfectly. The locking screws don't match but have the same patina. All of the other hardware matches. They function just like a divider or compass, just on a larger scale. It's a very pretty, useful tool to have in the shop.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 260 8in Torpedo Level.
This level is in near-mint conditon and works perfectly. It has three vials- plumb, level, and 45 degrees.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold


Wells Bros. "Little Giant" Coopers Traveller.
This is nice example of this classic cooper's tool. It was made by Wells Brothers in Greenfield, MA. It's clean and has a perfect handle.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Nice American Adjustable Double Sash Plane.
This plane cuts both halves of a sash molding- the rabbet on the outside to hold the glass and the small decorative ovolo on the inside of the sash. The plane can be adjusted via two screws in the side to accommodate different stock thicknesses.This one was made by David Bensen in Albany, NY. Bensen made planes on his own and in many different partnerships between 1827-1850. It's clean and crisp with nice boxing and two long, clean blades. A very nice example of this type of specialized molding plane
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley no. 61 Marking Gauge.
This is a simple, effective marking gauge. It's clean and works perfectly. It has a thick, long marking pin that can be easily sharpened to a knife edge to make an inexpensive cutting gauge
$12 This Item Has Been Sold


Beautiful 10in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge is in excellent working condition. The stock is made from rosewood with some outstanding grain and a bit of sapwood. The blade is clean and crisp with most original bluing. It's unmarked but has a unique seashell shaped locking screw. A fine worker in a useful size.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold


H. Disston & Sons 8in Rosewood Bevel.
This bevel was made by Disston in Philadelphia. Disston made a full range of woodworking tools until about 1920. The rosewood stock is quite pretty with nice color and grain. The blade has some pitting. It works perfectly.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold


Early Rosewood Mortise and Marking Gauge.
I believe this gauge is a very early Stanley no. 77 mortise gauge. It has the typical brass wear plate on the head that all Stanley 77s featured. This one does not have a provision for a brass shoe under the locking screw. The beam is clearly marked "Patent Applied For". It works perfectly and has three long, sharp pins. The rosewood beam and head are especially pretty with nice color and grain. A good, early, usable example.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold


Massive Ebony 14in Try Square.
This square is unmarked but has the look of a typical British 19th century square. The stock is made from dense, deep black ebony. The blade is clean, straight and square. It's a good-looking example that should work well for larger layout work.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold


Exceptionally Clean Millers Falls Mortise and Marking Gauge.
This all-steel gauge is especially clean and in perfect working order. It could be used as a mortise gauge, marking gauge, or butt mortise gauge
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


30in Stratton Brothers no. 11 1/2 Brass-Bound Level.
This is a big level in good working order. It's completely brass-bound with three good working vials. It was made in Greenfield, MA before the company was acquired by Millers Falls. The mahogany body has some wear but no bad damage. It's a rare level in good, usable condition
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Brown and Sharpe 9in Combination Square.
This square was made in Providence, RI by Brown and Sharpe. It has a good, clean rule. The head adjusts and tightens perfectly. The original scribe is present. The original level vial is missing. A good worker in a useful size
$30 This Item Has Been Sold


Excellent Lufkin 9in Combination Square.
This square was made in Saginaw, MI by Lufkin. It has a clean no. 4 grad rule. The head has almost all original finish. The scribe is present and the level vial is intact. A top quality tool in perfectly usable condition.
$50 This Item Has Been Sold


Vintage Mitutoyo 6in Combination Square.
This is a decent, usable example in good working order.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold


Tiny 4in Starrett Combination Square.
This is a cute little square made by Starrett in Athol, MA. It's in good usable condition. The rule has some discoloration. The head is in excellent condition and works perfectly. A nice little top quality square.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold


Unmarked Line level.
This is a small pocket level that can be used on its own or attached, via a brass thumb screw, to a carpenter's square or straight edge. The japanning is about 90%. The level vial is in tact and dead on.
$15 This Item Has Been Sold


Stanley Awl.
Everyone needs an awl. This is a well-made Stanley version in excellent condition.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold


Starrett no. 493 Protractor & Depth Gauge.
This gauge is in excellent condition with no flaws. It works perfectly. It's a top quality tool made in Athol, MA. Still sold today, it retails for $88 new from Starrett.
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Veritas Bar Head Gauge.
This gauge is in near-new condition. It's a useful tool to use as a story stick. Retails for $15 new
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Near-Mint Rabone no. 1190 Combination Boxwood Folding Rule.
This rule was made by Rabone in Birmingham, England. It combines a three-foot, four-fold boxwood rule with a level and protractor built into the hinge. This example is in near-mint condition. There is no wear or damage. The rule has all original finish. A great example of this well-made multi-tool.
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Starrett no. 500 Six Foot Steel Tape.
This tape is in mint condition in its original box. Both the tape and the rule are in perfect condition. It's a top quality machinists rule made by Starrett in Athol, MA
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9in Rosewood Try Square.
This square is marked "Garanteed Genuine Rosewood, Made in England" with no maker's mark. The rosewood stock is clean and free of damage. The blade is straight, square, and has most of its original bluing. A good, solid worker
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Tiny 6in Rosewood Bevel Gauge.
This gauge has an especially nice rosewood stock. It's unmarked but does have a distinctive seashell-shaped locking screw. The blade is decently clean. It works perfectly. A cute little bevel in a useful small size for bench work.
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Exceptional Stanley Rosewood Panel Gauge.
This is one of the finest examples of this gauge I've seen. It's made from beautiful deep red rosewood with brass wear plates under the marking pin and along the fence. It also has the patented brass shoe under the locking screw. It's unmarked, as almost all of these gauges were, but the style is absolutely distinct. It's an essential tool for marking wide panels and boards.
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RARE Set of Brendan Gaffney Rulers of the Ancient World.
This is something special- Brendan Gaffney made these in 2016 and offered only ten sets of them for sale. The rulers sold out quickly despite the $300 price tag. You can read a bit about them and also on Brendan's website here. This is set no. 4 of ten. It includes both the original stamped certificate of authentic as well as a duplicate, slightly thicker version of the Japanese Shaku made in what I believe is sycamore whereas the other is made in Japanese cedar. The Egyptian "span" rule is made of African Blackwood. The Roman Cubitus rule is made of quarter-sawn European Sycamore. The afore mentioned websites provide much more information on these rules than I can provide here. I highly suggest reading them as they are fascinating tools. I'm selling the four rules for the original price of the three rules in the limited edition set.
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Stunning Seth Gould Divider.
This is the first time I've had the pleasure of handling one of Gould's tools. It's a beautiful piece of blacksmith's work. This example is in excellent, unused condition. If you aren't familar with his work I highly recommend his Instagram page.. These dividers are made in very limited batches and sell out quickly. They retail for $185. this pair is a couple of years old and still in new condition and work perfectly.
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Top Quality German Drafting Compass.
this is a beautifully made precision compass in a custom fitted box. It's in near-perfect condition and works perfectly.
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Unusual Massive 1in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This is one of the bigger Torus beads I've come across. It's super clean and crisp with only a few light hammer marks on the heel. The blade is original length and very clean, completely free of pitting. It was made for the London hardware dealer Melhuish.
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Scarce 3/16in Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Greenfield Tool Co. in Greenfield, MA. it's a scarce small size center bead with the added bonus of being dead on straight. Most smaller center beads I find are warped beyond use. This one is crisp and clean and has perfect boxing. The blade is likewise excellent and free of pitting. A fine worker in a very desirable size
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Unused, Near-Mint Matched Pair of Big no. 22 Hollow And Round Molding Planes.
Neither of these planes have been used. They are free of hammer marks, wear, or any signs of doing anything but sitting idle for 160+ years. They were made by N.Chapin at the Eagle Works ourside Hartford, CT in the first half of the 19th century. The planes irons are factory-fresh. They cut an arc with a radius of 1 5/8in, bigger than anything in a standard set. It's a big size for house and architectural scale moldings. As nice a pair as you'll ever find in an unusually large size.
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Greenslade 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality English plane with a cabinet pitch blade. It has some wear but is still in excellent working order. A useful plane for larger house moldings
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Clean 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a high quality plane made by Griffiths of Norwich. It has a cabinet pitch blade and a fully boxed sole. It's seen use but remains in excellent condition overall. The boxing has little wear and the blade has zero pitting. This is one of the most desirable sizes of beads and will make an excellent worker.
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Large Canadian 1 1/2in Nosing Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/2in thick stock. It's large enough to use for implement handles and similar. It was made in Roxton Pond, QC by A. Monty. The plane has been used a bit but remains in excellent condition with two clean, long blades.
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Excellent 1 3/8in Double-Iron Nosing 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 of wooden planes of all sorts. This plane is designed to put a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 3/8in stock. Both irons are clean and long, free of pitting. It's in excellent condition overall with a near-perfect body. It's big enough that it could be used as a stand-in for a forkstaff plane for working implement handles.
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Excellent Taber Plane Co. 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is in exceptional condition it's seen very little use and retains its original crisp, sharp corners, perfect boxing, and factory-new blade. The profile is double-boxed which is a sign of a high-end plane. It's in excellent working order and an ideal example to put to use cutting medium sized beads.
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1/2in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Albany, NY by TJ McMaster. It's lightly used and remains in perfect working order. The boxing is dead straight and the blade long and clean. It's a great example in one of the most common sizes I find.
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Excellent Matched Trio of Hollow and Round Pairs.
These six planes were all made by Jonas Gale, a planemaker, carpenter, and entrepreneur who lived and worked in New York and Rhode Island throughout the mid-late 1800s. There is an extensive write-up on his history in AWP-V which gives us some great history of these planes. The planes are three matched pairs which have always been together based on their matching condition and patina. The sizes are 4 (7/16in), 6 (9/16in) and 8 (3/4in). These are all smaller and very desirable sizes. All of the planes are in excellent condition with only light wear. The mouths are all still very tight. The blades are long and free of pitting. You can take for granted that, like any vintage molding plane, they need a quick grind and hone to get them in working condition. Other than that there isn't much tuning required to get these running. They are some of the very few matched pairs I've had in these sizes for a very long time and the first matched trio in a longer time than that. A great working set.
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Early, Curvy Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane is unmarked but has a decidedly early appearance to it. It has broad, flat chamfers along the handhold. There is a deep cove on the step. It's well-used which means someone really liked it. It is a bit "vernacular" in design and construction but is completely usable. The blade is long and clean, the body perfectly straight. It cuts a curvy 7/8in wide by 5/8in deep ogee with a very deep beginning curve you don't see often.
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1 1/2in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane was made by M. Crannell in Albany, NY in the mid-late 1800s. It's a lightly used plane in excellent condition overall. It has a long clean blade perfectly free of pitting. The sole is dead on straight. It has light wear on the working corner. It's a good, usable plane in a desirable size.
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Early GABRIEL 1/2in Square Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Christopher Gabriel who worked in London ca. 1770-96. Gabriel is most well known for making the planes found in the famous Seaton chest. This particular plane is in exceptional condition considering its age. It has the broad, flat chamfers that Goodman relates as being used on the earliest planes Gabriel made. This plane has been cleaned up a bit and apparently tuned as well. It cuts a 1/2in tall by 1/2in wide ogee profile. It's a usable plane though the cleaning ruins its collectors value. Still, it's a nice little profile and a 200+ year old plane
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Nice Small Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1/2in wide by 3/8in deep ogee profile. It's been used and has a nice patina. It has no damage, a nice clean blade, and is dead on straight so it's perfectly usable. It has a very faint maker's mark I can't read. Based on the design I believe it's an early 19th century British plane. It'll make a nice user and has a really nice profile
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Early, Unusually Steep Small Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by John Manners in Glasgow in the late 18th century or first couple of decades of the 19th century. It cut a small 3/8in by 3/8in ogee profile. It has a very high middle pitch blade which is a rarity. It also has an unusually long fence and depth stop, much like a sash plane, but the profile doesn't match any sash plane I've seen, nor have I seen one at middle pitch. The blade is long and clean, completely free of pitting. It's a very unusual plane in clean, usable condition.
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Exceptional Matched Pair of Side Rabbet Molding Planes.
These planes were made in Pawtucket, RI by the partnership of Henry Bodman and John Hussey in the early 1870s. They are both especially clean and crisp, both having perfect blades. The bodies are dead straight. It's a great matching set of planes that have always been together.
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Moseley & Son 3/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This is an exceptionally clean and crisp molding plane made in London by Moseley, a top-quality maker. This particular mark dates to the 1830s based on the information in Goodman's book of British planemakers. The plane has two nice blades- both long and clean. The depth stop and works well. It's a solid worker in impeccable condition.
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Scarce, Small E. Preston 3/8in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Birmingham, England by Edward Preston. The plane cuts a 3/8in wide by 1/4in deep ovolo profile, a rare profile to find. The plane is in excellent condition overall with light wear, no damage, and a clean, long blade. It's dead on straight, not warped at all. A fine worker in a hard to find profile.
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Exceptional 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is in amazing condition with no defects at all. I can't see a maker's mark but I'm 95% sure it's a British plane, and a high quality one at that. It's a useful medium size bead for larger furniture moldings, casing moldings, etc. You won't find a better example to put to work.
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Excellent 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Thomas Turned in Sheffield, England. It's in outstanding working condition with no flaws. It has some light discoloration on the hand-hold showing some very light use. The blade is perfect, as is the boxing. It's a very useful size for case and cabinet work.
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Varvill & Sons 1/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made in York, England by Varvill, my personal favorite planemaker of the 19th century. The company made planes of the absolute highest quality, as exemplified by this plane. It has a cabinet pitch blade which is in excellent condition. It's intended to work difficult hardwoods. The entire sole profile is boxed. The plane has a nice even, honest patina and no damage. The boxing is dead straight. A perfect worker in this useful, but hard to find, size.
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D. Bensen 7/8in Astragal Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Albany, NY by the prolific planemaker David Bensen in the first half of the 19th century. The plane is clean and crisp with perfect boxing and a clean blade free of pitting. A fine worker in an unusually large size
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Scarce 1/2in "Halving" Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Edward Moses in East Hartford, CT ca. 1850. The plane cuts a fixed 1/2in rabbet. It's in excellent condition overall with no flaws and is perfectly usable.
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Very Early 3/4in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent condition and completely usable. It has no visible maker's mark I can see. The plane has early design features including a depth stop that is dovetailed into the side of the plane. Both the blade and nicker are in excellent condition. It's dead on straight, not warped at all. A fine worker in a useful size and an interesting design.
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Outstanding Sandusky 1/2in Dado Molding Plane.
this plane is in excellent condition and perfectly usable in every way. It's dead straight. Both the blade and nicker are clean and long. The depth stop works perfectly. It's an ideal user in a useful and desirable small/medium size.
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Excellent American Moving Fillister Plane.
This plane was made by G.W. Denison in Winthrop, CT between 1868-1884. It is a high quality plane with a fully boxed working corner, adjustable depth stop, and dovetailed nicker blade. It can be used to quickly and accurate cut rabbets both with and across the grain. It's a very enjoyable tool to use, pulling off nice tightly curled shavings due to the skewed blade. The adjustable fence is held in place with two screws, both of which have square brass washers that help keep it square to the body. The entire plane is in excellent condition, including the blade which is long and clean. It has very light wear and is in much better than the vast majority of these planes I find. It's a perfectly usable example of this very useful plane.
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Excellent J. Killam 2in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This is a high quality skew rabbet made by James Killam in Glastonbury, CT. Killam worked from 1822-60 according to AWP-V. The plane has seen little use and remains in excellent working condition. The body is clean and only has light wear. The blade is near-perfect and the mouth very tight. An outstanding worker in a very useful and desirable size
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Excellent J. Denison 1 1/4in Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This is a high quality skew rabbet made by John Denison in Saybrook, CT and later in Winthrop,CT. Denison worked from 1840-76 according to AWP-V. The plane has seen little use and remains in excellent working condition. The body is clean and only has light wear. The blade is near-perfect and the mouth very tight. An outstanding worker in a very useful and desirable size
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Scarce 5/16in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Sandusky Tool Co in Ohio. It's a scarce but very useful 5/16in size, a nice plane to fit in between your 1/4 and 3/8ths bead and quite useful for all sorts of work. It is in very good condition overall with some wear. It's a high quality double-boxed plane with a long, clean blade completely free of pitting. An outstanding worker.
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Matched Pair of 7/8in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes, made by the Auburn Tool Co., are designed to cut a T&G joint centered on 7/8in thick stock. They are also capable of working 3/4in stock if you are careful. Both are in very good, perfectly usable, condition. The blades are long and clean, completely free of pitting. A good working pair in a useful size
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Excellent American 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by C.F. Bulkley in Saybrook, CT in the 1860-70 timeframe. The Bulkleys were partnered with the larger Denison planemaking company, also in Saybrook. AWP-V has some interesting information on this maker and their relationship with the Denison family. This plane has the later "B" mark which rates (***) for rarity. The plane cuts a nice small 3/8in side bead which is a really useful size for case work. It's clean and crisp with perfect boxing and a near-new blade. It's in excellent working order and will be easy to tune up and put to work.
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Excellent 1/2in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by James Killam who worked in Glastonbury, CT from 1822-60. It is a high quality double-boxed molding plane in excellent condition. The body is crisp and clean with nice sharp corners. The blade is near-perfect. The boxing is still dead on straight. It's a useful medium size for furniture and house moldings.
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Exceptional Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This plane was made in New York by James Farr who worked from about 1832-52. It cuts a 1 1/2in wide by 3/4in deep version of the extremely popular quirk ogee and bevel molding. You'll still find this molding being offered at the big box lumberyards as a casing molding, but what's offered today is a faint echo of the classic form, not nearly this curvy or deep. It's an excellent plane with little to no use and a nice clean, long blade. It's an excellent example to put to work if you want to jump into the deep end of complex molding planes.
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Superb Sargent 1 1/8in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane was made by Sandusky for the New Haven. CT tool dealer Sargent. The plane is in especially nice condition with no wear or flaws. Both blades are clean and long. It clearly only saw light use and was well cared-for. It cuts a complete 180 degree round-over on 1 1/8in stock. It's big enough to be used as a make-do forkstaff plane for working implement handles, etc. An outstanding example.
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Superb American 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is crisp and clean with nice sharp corners. It's seen very little use, if any. It has a perfect blade. The boxing is dead straight. It was made by D. Rogers in Lowell, MA. It's a mark that rates (****) for rarity in AWP-V. It's a high quality plane with a double-boxed sole in perfect working order
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Scarce American Sash Cope Plane.
This plane undercuts the pieces of a sash window to make a coped joint where the mullions meet. This plane was made by R.W. Hendrickson in New York between 1859-1867. It's especially clean and crisp with a long clean blade and damage-free body. It's an especially nice, and perfectly usable, example of this scarce molding plane
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Large Fenced Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by B.F. Berry in upstate NY in the 1830-50 time frame. Berry worked in Utica, Watertown, and elsewhere during this time. The plane cuts a large 1in wide by 1in tall ogee. It has an fence added to the side that looks original to me. It makes sense based on the configuration of this plane to have the fence added on after it was made- including the fence as an integral component would have required a much larger, and thus more expensive, piece of stock. It's a usable plane in excellent condition. The blade is long and clean, the body especially clean and free of damage.
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Large, Curvy Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a bit 1 3/8in wide by 1 3/8in tall ogee. It's an especially curvy profile. It has a fence attached to the escapement side that looks original to me- it's well-fitted and has the same patina as the rest of the plane. The plane is in very good condition overall with light wear and some evidence of an auxiliary fence attached to the non-escapement side. It has a long, near-perfect blade. It is completely unmarked but very well-made, as well as being perfectly usable.
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Superb American Moving Fillister Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Way & Sherman, a New York hardware dealer that operated from 1849-1852 according to AWP-V. This plane is made in the classic British style. It has a wedged nicker blade, fully boxed working corner, and a steel-shod depth stop. The depth stop is operated with a brass thumbscrew. The adjustment it tight and accurate. The fence adjusts easily allowing the user to cut rabbets up to about 1 1/8in wide. Thanks to the skewed blade and nicker blade it will work well both with and across the grain. Moving fillisters like this are one of my favorite planes to use. The make fast, clean work of cutting rabbets and are a lot of fun to use. This is an excellent working example.
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Rare and Excellent 3/16in Double Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made ca. 1832 by the partnership of Hills and Winship in Springfield, MA. The plane cuts a 3/16in bead on both sides of the plane. It's a very handy plane to have when working a board with changing grain directions as it allows you to work from both sides. The plane has fully boxed profiles. The boxing is dead straight. Both blades are clean and long. It's a rare plane in a very desirable size in perfectly usable condition.
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Scarce 3/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Sandusky in Ohio. It's a perfectly usable example in barely used condition. It's a well-made plane for a Sandusky. Their planes can be hit-or-miss in terms of quality but this is a good one. It has a dead straight body. The depth stop is tight and accurate. Both the blade and nicker are long and clean. It's a perfectly usable example in a scarce, but useful size.
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Exceptionally Clean 3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane shows little to no use and remains in clean, crisp condition. The plane body still has sharp, crisp corners. The boxing is perfect, as is the blade. It was made by Casey, Clark & Co. in Auburn, NY. AWP-V has this partnership as working from 1858-1864. The plane is a very desirable size for case and cabinet work. It's a perfectly usable example that will tune up and work well in no time at all.
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Sargent 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made for Sargent, the New Haven, CT tool dealer by Sandusky. It is in very good working order with very little wear. The boxing is dead straight. The blade is long, clean, and free of any pitting. It's a good, usable example in a very desirable size.
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1 1/8in E. Preston Skew Rabbet Molding Plane.
This plane has been used a good bit but remains in very good working order. The blade is clean, lapped, and freshly ground. It was made in Birmingham, England by Edward Preston & Sons.
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Early Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane is very early, likely American. It has a round wedge finial and a deep cove at the step. The profile is a nice flat ovolo 1 1/4in wide by 1 1/2in tall. It's been used but remains in good condition. The blade has light wear but is pretty clean. It's a scarce profile and a very early plane. It is unmarked, unfortunately, so I can't tell the maker.
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Excellent Medium-Sized Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by John Moseley & Son in London between 1862-1880 according to Goodman's book on British planemakers. The plane cuts a 3/4in wide by 3/8in deep flat ovolo profile. It's been used but well cared-for and remains in very good working order overall. The blade is exceptionally clean, the mouth fine. A great worker
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Pair of A&E Baldwin no. 12 3/4in Hollow and Round Molding Planes.
These planes were both made by Baldwin in New York in the mid-19th century. They aren't originally a matched pair based on the slightly different makers' marks, but they were found together and match profiles. Both planes have good long blades. They have light use and will need minimal tuning to get them working again. It's a good usable pair in a useful size.
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Gorgeous Quirk Flat Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Albany, NY partnership of Bensen & Parry which operated from 1838-39 according to AWP-V. The plane is in exceptional condition, barely used if at all. It has a long, clean blade with no pitting. The boxing is dead straight. The body is clean and crisp, free of damage or wear. The plane cuts a profile 1in wide by 1/2in deep, a nice little profile in a very useful small size. It's a perfect user molding plane that will take just a light sharpening to have it working again.
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Superb Ovolo and Cove Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Lorenzo Case in Watertown, NY in the early 1850s. The plane cuts a super curvy ovolo and cove molding, also called a bilection or bolection molding. The profile is 3/4in wide by 7/8in deep- super curvy but small enough to be useful for case and cabinet work. remains in excellent condition with almost no wear or evidence of use. The blade is long and clean. The profile remains straight. It's a great example of this useful, but hard to find, molding.
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3/4in "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Molding Plane.
This plane was made by JT Jones in Philadelphia, PA between 1831-46. It has Jones' bold eagle maker's mark on the toe. The plane cuts a T&G joint centered on 3/4in stock. It works the tongue going one way,the groove going the other. It's a clean plane in very good usable condition. It has light wear but no damage. It's a very useful plane in a desirable size.
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Rare and Exceptional Double 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1/4in side bead on both sides of the plane. It's especially useful when working both sides of a board or when the grain changes direction on a tricky piece of wood. It's a very uncommon plane in a very desirable 1/4in size, one of the very few I've found in this size. IT was made by A. CUMMINS in Boston in the 1840-1860 time frame. The plane is in excellent condition with straight boxing and two good, clean blades. A great plane in excellent condition.
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Exceptional American Moving Fillister Molding Plane.
This plane was made by A.G. Moore in New York between 1853-61. It is a top quality plane made in the same way of the top quality British planes of the time. It has a fully boxed working corner. The nicker wedge is held in place with a boxwood wedge. The depth stop is steel-plated for wear resistance. The working corner of the mouth has no wear. The blade is long, clean, and apparently unused. The depth stop works perfectly. The fence is set with two screws that run in brass caps. The screw heads are also brass-capped, something I haven't seen before. This plane cuts rabbets up to 1 1/4in wide. It can work both with and across the grain thanks to the nicker blade. It's an outstanding plane- one my favorites to use and most effective planes. It's a great working example.
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Scarce 13/16in Dado Molding Plane.
This plane was made in Manchester, England by Gleave. It's a very scarce 13/16in width. It's in perfect working order. The body is dead straight. The depth stop works perfectly. An ideal user in a very hard size to find.
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3/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Greenfield Tool Co. of Greenfield, MA. It's been used quite a bit but was well cared-for and in outstanding user condition. The 3/8in size is very useful for case and cabinet work. The boxing is dead straight, the blade long and clean. A solid user in a very desirable size
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Exceptional Auburn 1/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is in excellent working condition. I see no sign of use at all. The only flaw is a small chip in the rear of the plane, only a cosmetic flaw and will not affect use at all. It's a very desirable 1/4in size, a super-useful size for all sorts of work. It has no flaws and is a well-made plane. It would be hard to find a better example to use
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Wide Flat Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane is an early product of the Ohio Tool Co with the "Columbus" mark. It cuts a flat reverse ogee profile 1 1/4in wide by 1/2in deep. It has very little use. The blade is long and clean with a tight mouth. The plane itself is crisp and clean. There is evidence of an auxiliary strip attached to the bottom of the fence which would help register it to the work. It's a very nice plane in a useful profile
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H. Chapin 3/8in Reed and Follow Molding Plane.
This plane was made by H. Chapin at the Union Factory outside of Hartford, CT. The plane cuts a 3/8in bead and is intended to follow an existing bead to cut a reed molding. It's not a double-reed plane as it might seem- the iron only cuts a single bead. It's in good, usable condition. The blade is clean and long. The boxing is complete and, if not dead straight, straight enough to use. It's a scarce plane made by one of the better American makers
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Early American Cove and Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked J.CLARK on the toe. This mark matches the one shown in AWP-V. It has matching early characteristics including the rounded wedge profile and deep cove at the step. AWP-V estimates this maker was working ca. 1820 though no solid information as to where or who made it. It cuts a 3/4in wide by 5/8in deep cove and bead profile. It's been used quite a bit but remains in good, usable condition. The blade is clean and has a good bit of life left. It's a rare profile and an interesting plane somewhere near 200 years old.
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Matched Pair of 7/8in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made by the Doscher Plane and Tool Co. of Saugatuck, CT. They cut a T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. They will work for 3/4in stock as well if used carefully. They both have some light wear but are still in usable condition. The grooving plane blade is in excellent condition. The tongue plane blade has some pitting that's not too bad as shown in the photos. A good, usable set of planes
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Excellent & Interesting American Double Adjustable Sash Molding Plane.
This plane cuts both halves of a sash molding- the rabbet on the outside to hold the pane of glass and the decorative inside portion on the other side. The plane can be adjusted to work stock of various widths. It's in excellent conditon with little wear. It has the interesting addition of an adjustable fence on one side and a let-in steel piece of "boxing" near the high wear areas on the fence on the right side presumably for wear-resistance. I haven't seen these features on a plane like this before. It is marked SPENCER which is likely the same Spencer as shown in AWP-V as working in New Haven, CT in the first half of the 19th century. It's an excellent example of this classic American Plane.
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Sandusky 1 1/4in Double-Iron Nosing Plane.
This plane cuts a complete 180 degree round-over on 5/4in stock. It has two blades, both in good condition, each of which cuts half of the profile. It's big enough to use as a make-do forkstaff plane to work tool handles, etc. It's a very nice example in perfectly usable condition
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Stanley no. 9 1/2 Block Plane.
This is a later example in near-mint condition. It has no flaws and works perfectly. The blade is absolutely clean. an ideal user, though not a collectible.
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Woodriver Low-Angle Block Plane.
This plane is new and unused. It's a copy of the vintage Stanley 65 low-angle knuckle-joint block plane. It's a quality plane. Woodriver are generally considered to be decent tools, not = the quality of Lie-Nielsen but more affordable. This one lists for $109 new from Amazon
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Early "Type 1" Stanley no. 18 Block Plane.
This is the first iteration of the well-known no. 18 block plane. It's quite clear that it's all original and definitely a type 1. The blade has Bailey's extended patent logo stamped on it. It's long and clean. The lateral adjuster has three patent dates and has a square end to engage the blade slot, not the disc-shaped piece that the type 2 and beyond had. The lever cap has the Dec 28, 1886 patent date. It's in very good condition overall with only some minor finish loss and maybe 60% nickel. It's perfectly usable and a rare plane.
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Union Tool Co. Rabbet and Fillister Plane.
This plane was made by Union in New Britain, CT. It's the same design as a Stanley 78. It's an effective and useful plane for cutting clean, accurate rabbets both with and across the grain. All of the original parts are present. It has some light pitting on the sole and some more light pitting on the back of the blade you can see in the photos. It's a solid worker.
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Excellent Stanley no. 80 Cabinet Scraper.
This scraper is clean and crisp with a near-perfect blade. I believe the blade is a later replacement but from a user's perspective you won't find a better example.
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Interesting Stanley 71 1/2 Router Plane.
This plane has been modified a bit- the usual thumbscrew that holds the blade in place has been replaced, or modified, with a wooden handle. I think it looks really nice and it works just fine. This example comes with the 1/2in blade only. Additional blades can be sourced from Lee Valley at a very reasonable price.
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Exceptional Stanley no. 78 Rabbet and Fillister Plane.
This plane is complete and in working order. It's an earlier example dating to the late 1890s or very early 1900s based on the "B" casting mark on the body. It has almost perfect original japanning. The blade is likewise near-perfect. It's a very useful plane for quickly and accurately cutting rabbets both with and across the grain. One of the nicest early examples I've come across.
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Stanley no. 12 Scraper/Toothing Plane.
This is an excellent example with 95%+ original japanning and a beautiful rosewood handle. It comes with its original blade which is the scarce scraper/toothing version. One side is a standard scraper, the other is a 22point toothing blade. It's an earlier example with August 21, 1858 patent date on the adjusting wheel. A great tool to put to use.
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Stanley no. 16 SW Era Block Plane.
This plane is essentially the same as a more common no. 9 1/2 but with nickel-plated trimmings. It was made in the 1920s SW era. All of the adjusters work well and the blade is long and clean. A good solid worker.
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Record 043 Small Plow Plane with Blades.
This is a good working example made in Sheffield by Record. It is in good working order with the original depth stop. The locking screws are likely not original but they work perfectly. The plane comes with a set of three new blades made by Ray Iles in new condition. It's a handy little plow plane ideal for small boxes and drawers.
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Rare Sargent no. 43 Cabinet Scraper.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT in the "Very Best Made" era, ca. 1910-1918. It's about the same as a Stanley no. 12 with a very similar adjusting mechanisim. The cast iron body has most of its original finish. The beech sole has little wear. The blade is in excellent condition. It has a mahogany handle that has little wear. A very nice, perfectly usable example of this scarce plane.
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Sargent VBM no. 418 Fore/Jointer Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT during the "Very Best Made" era ca. 1910-1918. It's a very well-made plane, every bit the quality that Stanley was producing at the time. This is the equivalent of a Stanley no. 6- a fine short jointer or fore plane. This one has seen light use and remains in excellent working order. The sides and sole have light, honest patina that could be polished off if you prefer shiny. The blade is long and clean, free of pitting. All of the adjusters work well. The knob and tote are original and both in excellent condition.It's a high quality, usable bench plane to put to use.
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Sargent 15in Jack Plane.
This is a Sargent no. 3415 jack plane with a 15in long body and 2in wide blade. It's an earlier "type 2" with the horseshoe lateral adjuster and the circular Sargent logo on the blade. It's seen some use but remains in very good condition overall and is perfectly usable.
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Exceptional Pre-WWII Stanley no. 3 Small Smooth Plane.
This plane is a "type 16" made before WWII in Canada. It's in especially clean condition and has seen very little use. The rosewood knob and tote are perect. All of the adjusters are tight and accurate. It has all original japanning. The sides and sole are clean. The blade is long and free of pitting. It was very well-cared for and has generations more of working life ahead of it.
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Stanley SW Era no. 4c Smooth Plane.
this plane is a "type 15" made between 1931-32, the last of the SW era planes. It's been used and has a somewhat short blade but was well cared-for. It has clean sides and almost perfect japanning. The rosewood knob and tote are near-perfect. The tote is one of the rare two-tone examples made from a piece of rosewood with a dramatic contrast between the heartwood and sapwood. It's downright gorgeous. The plane has a deep scratch in the sole that might appear to be a crack in the photos but I'm 100% sure it's a scratch. The adjusters all work well. The blade is about half used-up but is clean and free of pitting. A very nice worker from Stanley's heyday.
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Scarce Sargent no. 410 Heavy Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven. CT. It's the equivalent of a Stanley no. 4 1/2 heavy smoother. It has a 2 3/8in wide blade and a 10 1/2in long body. It's clean and only shows light wear. The blade is near original length and free of pitting. The knob and tote are rosewood- the tote has a beautiful sapwood streak giving it a two-tone appearance. It has a nicely repaired old crack in the base of the tote. This is an early "type 2" plane with the patented horseshoe lateral adjuster and circular Sargent logo. It's in perfectly usable condition and a very scarce plane.
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Sargent no. 3411 Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven. CT. This is an early "type 2" plane with the patented horseshoe lateral adjuster and circular Sargent logo. the plane is 9 1/2in long with a 2in wide blade. The blade is long and clean and the adjusters work well. The wood bottom has some light wear. It's still in good, usable condition and will be a credible worker for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes.
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Stanley no. 4 Smooth Plane.
This is an outstanding example in excellent working order. It has a nice even, honest patina on the bare metal and some 99%+ original japanning. Both the rosewood knob and tote are in excellent condition with no damage. The blade is original, long, and free of pitting. According to the type study, this is a "type 7" dating to ca. 1893-1899. All of the blade adjusters are tight and accurate. It's a beautiful example and a perfect example to put to work
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Sargent no. 409 Smooth Plane.
This is a the Sargent equivalent of a Stanley no. 4. It's a high-quality, pre-WWI plane in excellent working order. The sides and sole have an even, honest patina. The mahogany knob and tote are perfect. The blade is long and clean and the adjusters work perfectly. It's a perfect example to put to work. Sargent made high quality bench planes in the pre-WWII era, every bit the quality of Stanley. They don't get the respect Stanley planes do, thus the lower cost.
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Pre-WWII Stanley 4c Smooth Plane w/ Lie-Nielsen Blade.
This is a beautiful plane with one flaw- the tote has a repaired crack and a small chip out of the top of the tote. It's not a collector's item, but a perfect worker. It's a pre-war example with almost perfect original japanning and nickel plating. The original blade has been replaced with a Lie-Nielsen blade, a $40 upgrade. Aside from the damage from the tote it's in excellent condition and will make a fantastic worker.
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Exceptional Stanley no. 6 Jointer/Fore Plane.
This plane was made by Stanley in Canada. The Canadian Stanley planes don't follow the usual type study exactly. This one is definitely pre-WWII based on the features. It's especially clean with all original japanning as well as clean sides and sole. The blade is long and clean, near original length. The blade has zero pitting and is decently sharp. Both the rosewood knob and tote are in excellent condition with no damage, just a few flakes of missing finish. It's an excellent working example ready to be used as a jointer or traditional fore plane.
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Stanley SW Era no. 3 Small Smooth Plane.
This plane is a "type 14" made ca. 1929-1930 according to the type study. It is all original and in very good working order overall. The tote is near-perfect with much of the original decal. The tote has no damage. The blade is long and clean. all of the adjusters are tight and accurate. The sole and sides are pretty clean. The japanning is about 80% give or take. A fine working example of this most useful small smoother.
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Sargent no. 3408 Small Smooth Plane.
This plane is 8in long with a 1 3/4in wide iron. It's the same size and shape as a Stanley no. 3. It was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It remains in excellent condition with little wear. The blade is long and clean. The adjusters all work perfectly. A great user plane for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes
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Sargent no. 3410 Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by Sargent in New Haven, CT. It's an earlier example with the oval Sargent logo on the blade and patented lateral adjuster. This one probably dates to the first decade of the 20th century. It's in excellent condition all around. The sole is remarkably clean. The metal frame has some 85%+ original japanning. The blade is long and clean. All of the adjusters all work well. It's a good, solid worker for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes
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Excellent Stanley SW ear no. 5 1/4 Junior Jack Plane.
This is a nice clean example in excellent working order. It has almost all original finish. The knob and tote are free of damage. The adjusters work well with no slop. The blade is in exceptional conditon, lapped clean and recently honed. It'll work well out of the box. It's a handy smaller jack plane to put to use
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2 1/2in Tapered Single Plane Iron.
This blade is 8 1/4in long, laminated and tapered. The back is clean and has a slight hollow in the middle, exactly what you would hope to find. It's never been ground or honed. It was made by the German edge tool maker Bleckmann in Soligen. It would be a great blade for a jack plane or wider smoother.
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Narrow Tapered Single Plane iron.
This French iron is 1 7/16in wide and 7 1/2in long. It's marked "Acier Fondu Anglais , Mutzig-Framont, Garanti" It would make a great iron for a scrub plane project. It's cleaner than it looks in the photos with only some light pinprick pitting.
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Massive Butcher 2in Tang Chisel.
This chisel has a sawn-off handle which could be replaced easily enough. The back has light pitting but nothing too bad. It's 9 3/4in long overall as-is.
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Interesting American Adjustable Sash Plane.
This is an early-looking sash plane that cuts both the inside ovolo profile and the outside rabbet to hold the glass. One wedge is a replacement that fits well. The body is adjustable to accommodate different thickness stock. The wedges that hold the body are damaged and usable, but not pretty. It's a project, but a really interesting plane.
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English Pad Saw.
This is a clean, usable saw with a good blade. The handle is beech. It's completely unmarked
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Usable Beech Pad Saw.
This saw has a beech handle and brass ferrule. The handle is unmarked.. the blade is marked Atkins. The blade isn't perfect but it's straight enough to use
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Early SPEAR 16in Backsaw.
This saw predates Spear & Jackson. It was made in Sheffield by John Spear & Co. ca. 1809-1828 according to Simon Barley's book on Sheffield Sawmakers. The saw has a classic "London pattern" handle with the flat bottom horn. The plate is straight and the teeth quite sharp. I've tested it and it cuts well. It's filed 12PPI crosscut. The plate has even pinprick pitting throughout. The handle has some light damage to the top horn, clearly an old wound. It's a very early saw that is still completely usable.
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Bad Axe Large Tenon Saw.
This saw is in near-mint condition and has seen little use, if any. It has an 18in plate 4 1/2in deep under the back. It is very sharp and ready to use. It has a clean plate with a couple of specks of discoloration. It has the standard hickory handle which has no defects at all. I'll list it at the Bad Axe "scratch and dent" price since it's not perfectly new, but very close
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20in PAX Rip Panel Saw.
This saw is in near-new condition in its original box. It's seen little use, if any, and is sharp and ready to work. Retail price is $129 new
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Scarce H. Disston Patented Pad Saw.
This pad saw was made by Henry Disston & Sons in Philadelphia. It was patented Aug 28, 1877. It has its original blade which is marked with the Disston name. It's missing some original finish but is still usable and quite scarce.
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W. Tyzack 12in Bass-Back Backsaw.
This saw has a clean, straight 12in plate 3 1/4in deep under the brass spine. It has a modern-looking, but complete and excellent handle. A fine worker made in Sheffield.
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W. Tyzack 12in Bass-Back Backsaw.
This saw has a clean, straight 12in plate 3 1/8in deep under the thick brass spine. The plate is complete with a clear etch. The teeth are quite sharp. It's 12PPI crosscut. The beech handle is in excellent condition. A fine worker made in Sheffield.
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Exceptional 10in Dovetail Backsaw.
This saw was made by Harvey W. Peace under the J.D. Darlington name. It has a "nosed" beech handle and a steel spine. The plate is a modern replacement. It's dead straight and perfectly clean. It's sharpened 15PPI rip, perfect for fine dovetail work. It's sharp and ready to work.
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Deep Fret Saw.
This saw uses standard non-pinned jeweler's saw blades. It is unmarked and in very good condition and works perfectly.
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Scarce 26in Disston Thumbhole Fine Rip Saw.
This saw is 26in long with 6 1/2PPI. It is 3in deep at the toe. The blade is dead straight. The apple handle is near-perfect with no damage at all. The plate has a clear etch. It dates to 1896-1917 based on the medallion and etch. The teeth are all in excellent condition though not terribly sharp. It needs just a light filing to get it running again. A great user saw in a scarce configuration
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Excellent Horned Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane is 9in long with a 2in wide double iron. The plane itself is unmarked but the blade is a Sandusky. The plane has little wear and some nice decorations on the wedge and throat. The blade is on the short side but in nice shape with no pitting at all on the back. A good, solid user.
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Nice Danish Wooden Scrub Plane.
This is a traditional European horned bench plane made in Aalborg, Denmark. It's been used but remains in very good working order. It has a clean Ward and Payne blade that is ground to a radius to quickly remove wood. It's a well-made plane in good working order
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Nicely Made Wooden Cabinet Scraper .
This is a user-made scraper made with a maple body and a cast brass blade holding mechanism that also serves as the plane's sole. It holds a 3in wide scraper blade. It's good looking and functional.
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Well-Made Wooden Router Plane.
This is a nice beech router with a nice shape and a sturdy blade holding mechanism. It comes with a 1/4in wide blade with plenty of length left to it. It's a simple, effective router plane
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Beautiful American Handled Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This plane is made from beech with apple arms, nuts, and washers. It is in excellent condition overall. The threads on the screw-arms are near-perfect. They adjust easily and have no damage. The handle has a nice long horn and is also free from damage. The skates are straight and inline with each other. The depth stop works perfectly. It comes with four blades, all of which have been test-fit to this plane. It's a beautiful tool and very fun to use. An outstanding example.
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Excellent American 16in Wooden Jack Plane.
This plane was made in Boston by the partnership of Gladwin & Appleton. AWP-V has this partnership in business from 1873-77. It's 16in long with a 2 1/8in wide double iron. The blade was made by Moulson Brothers in Sheffield. The blade is long and clean with no pitting and a tightly fitting cap iron. The plane has a clean body with little wear. The tote is perfect. A great plane to put to use.
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Exceptional British Coffin Smooth Plane.
This plane was made by E. Preston in Birmingham, England. It has a 2 1/4in wide double iron made by Ward and Payne in Sheffield. The plane has seen little use and remains in excellent condition. It has no damage and a tight mouth. The massive tapered blade is in excellent condition with zero pitting. The matching cap iron fits tightly. A fantastic worker in much better condition than the majority of wooden planes I find.
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Stanley no. 27 Jack Plane.
This is a wood-bottom "Liberty Bell" plane. It was a compromise between all-wood planes and the more expensive planes with Bailey pattern adjusters. This one has been used a lot and is in fair condition. It would be good to use as a rough jack plane for quickly working green wood or the like
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Well-Made Wooden Router Plane.
This is a small router plane just over 7in wide with a 3/8in wide blade. The blade has plenty of length left and is in excellent condition. It's a well-made plane that should work perfectly.
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Excellent European Horned Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane is unmarked but made in the classic continental style. the blade was made by John Weiss & Son in Germany. The blade has the interesting adjustable cap iron device which I've found on several Weiss planes. The plane has the usual beech body with the applied hornbeam sole. It's in very good condition overall with light use and is still perfectly usable
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Scarce Stanley no. 36 Heavy Smooth Plane.
This is a big, heavy wood-bottom smoother made by Stanley ca. 1900. It's essentially the same a s a no. 4 1/2. It is in very good, usable condition. The sole is freshly flattened. The tote has a small chip out of the horn but is otherwise complete. All of the adjusters work perfectly. It has a good, long, clean blade. A great worker for those who appreciate wood-bottom planes.
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Unique and Fascinating Adjustable Chamfer Plane.
This is a design I've never seen before. It's a chamfer plane designed to quickly and accurately cut chamfers along the edge of a board. The fence is locked in place with two screws held bound with steel slots. The fence is adjusted by means of a screw on top of the plane which connects to two brass gears. The gears engage a slotted track in the fence. It's a really nice piece of engineering. It's usable, unique, and fascinating.
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22in Wooden Fore/Joint Plane.
This plane was made by the Ohio Tool Company and sold under the Scioto Works name. It has its original 2 1/2in wide Ohio double iron. The iron is long and clean with a tight fitting cap iron. The plane has been used but remains in very good working order. There is an old repair to the thinnest part of the tote but it's stable and tight. It's a perfectly good, usable jointer or fore plane that won't require much tuning to get working again.
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Exquisite Marples Screw-Arm Plow Plane.
This plane is absolutely beautiful- the detail on the arms, nuts, and washers is outstanding. The plane body and fence are made of beech. The arms, washers, and nuts are boxwood. It has zero wear or damage. The depth stop works perfectly. The locking screw is housed in a nice brass escutcheon. It comes with a set of eight bits, all of which have been fitted to this specific plane and are in good condition. It's a gorgeous plow plane in absolutely top condition.
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Tiny Chapin-Stephens Wooden Smooth Plane.
This plane is only 6 1/2in long and holds a 1 1/2in wide double iron. It's clean and in excellent condition overall. It has a beautiful laminated, tapered double iron which is long and clean, free of pitting. It's a perfect worker in a very unusual size.
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24in Danish Wooden Jointer Plane.
This plane was made by Johan P Bendixen, in Odense, Denmark. It has the typical continental Eurpoean design including the set-back tote and strike button placed in the middle of the plane body. The plane is generally clean and free of damage. It has some light wear from use. The best part of this plane is the blade- it's a massive 2 1/2in tapered double iron made by the famous E.A. Berg of Eskilstuna, Sweden. Berg is a famous edge tool maker best known for their chisels but who also made blades of all types. This blade is in exceptional condition with a plenty of length left and no pitting. It has a matching cap iron adorned with all sorts of medals and awards. It's a great example to put to use.
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Clark and Williams Small Wooden Smooth Plane.
This is a rare opportunity to buy a Clark and Williams (now called Old Street Tool) plane on the used market. This one was made in 2007. It has seen a little use and has some light hammer marks on the heel and toe as well as some light scratches on the sole. the blade is near-perfect. The mouth is still tight. This plane costs $350 if purchased new today and you'd need to wait quite a long time in line in order to get it. This is a rare opportunity to buy one for less than list price due to the light bit of wear.
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