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New Tools Were Last Added: 2017-05-25 (newest items on top)

Update 2017-05-25 Hi everyone.. I added a few dozen tools to the list tonight including some excellent Japanese bench planes. I hope you find something you like. Thanks for looking!


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Miscellaneous Tools For Sale



User-Made Ramshorn Scraper.
This is a well-made scraper measuring 10in long overall with a 2 1/4in blade. It's well-done and usable
$20
Item Number m2032
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Unusual Boxwood Spokeshave.
this shave is 11in long with a nice clean 2 1/2in blade. It's a bit on the crude side and is likely used made except for the blade. It's perfectly usable, just not as refined as a mass-produced shave
$20
Item Number m2029
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Veneer Hammer.
This is a new, unused veneer hammer. It has a touchmark on the head I believe is two cherries. these retail in the $50-70 range
$35
Item Number m2030
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Excellent Stanley 8oz Engineers Cross Peen hammer.
This hammer is in great shape. The head is clean and free of damage. The hickory handle is in great shape as well. It was made for Bell Systems and has their mark on the back of the head. A great hammer to use.
$26
Item Number m2008
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Stanley SW Era Tack Hammer.
I'm pretty sure this is an upholsterer's tack hammer. It was made in the 1920-1930 SW era and is in excellent condition. It has a nicely waisted hickory handle and no damage.
$24
Item Number m2009
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Chas. henry, Sheffield, wooden Spokeshave.
This shave has a boxwood body just over 11in long and a 3 1/2in wide blade. The shave is in decent condition, completely usable. The blade has some dings but is generally clean. It'll need a quick grind before it's honed to workout the dings int he bevel. The boxwood body has aged to a deep golden color.
$25
Item Number m2011
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Boxwood Spokeshave.
this shave was made by F. Britain of sheffield. There is a faint mark with the Swan logo on the front. It has a fair blade with a patch of pitting. The boxwood boy is usable. A decent worker at a bargain price
$24
Item Number m2012
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MaydoleCarpenters hammer.
This is a medium sized carpenter's claw hammer made by Maydole, the creator of the adze-eye hammer. . It has long sweeping claws that differentiate it from a ripping or framing hammer. The handle is in excellent condition and beautifully waisted. the only flaw is a small chip from the thin part of the claws. It's a small imperfection and Maydole hammers are in such demand (and a favorite of mine) I'll list it for sale despite the damage. This size and shape make it a good hammer for use at the bench. An ideal worker.
$20
Item Number m2015
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North Brothers Yankee no. 30A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is an extra-clean example made by North Brothers right after the 1946 acquisition by Stanley. It works perfectly. It comes with three bits including a scarce Philips bit.
$26
Item Number m2000
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Stanley no. 70 W era Box Scraper.
this small scraper was made during the 1920-1930 SW era. It's in excellent condition with near perfect original finish and the original blade.
$20
Item Number m1985
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8in Folding handle Drawknife.
This drawknife is in very good user condition. The blade is long and clean and has only a few small nicks. the handle are perfect. They fold inward for storage and can fold all the way backwards to make sharpening easier. They are patented Feb 20. 1908 by Archer Jennings in Yalesville, CT and made under the Fulton name. A fine working drawknife
$45
Item Number m1988
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Trent Bosch Portable Carving Stand Kit.
This is the 1 1/4in x8 kit. See this website. for more information. Sells for $160 new.
$140
Item Number m1995
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Interesting Millers Falls no. 610A Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver.
This is the medium-sized model in the MF line of spiral screw drivers. It can act as a fixed screwdriver, a ratchet screwdriver, or a one-handed spiral screwdriver. It has a powerful return spring for single hand operation. This example has the flared collar at the business end to make it easier to use for long periods. It's not a common feature and is supposed to be intended for assembly line workers who used this tool all day. A fantastic example equipped with three bits.
$30
Item Number m1971
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WoodJoy Gunstocker Scraper.
This scraper is made of maple. It has a flat sole for straight work and outside curves. Ideal for scraping chair legs. It's in new, unused condition. retails for $75 new
$65
Item Number m1975
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WoodJoy Gunstocker Scraper.
This scraper is made of maple. It has a curved sole for inside curves. Ideal for scraping chair legs. It's in new, unused condition. retails for $75 new
$65
Item Number m1976
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Interesting Oneida Patented Chuck.
This chuck was made by the Oneida Steam Engine & Foundry Co. on Oneida, NY. It was patented March 7 in 1883 I believe- the last two numbers are blurry. I think it's a lathe chuck based on the morse taper socket and all around size. It's interesting for sure.
$10
Item Number m1956
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North Brothers no. 42 Automatic Push Drill.
This is a nice working example of this somewhat scarce push drill. It's essentially the same as the more common 44 but with a wood handle and no internal magazine. there is some paint on the handle. The spiral mechanism works perfectly. It comes with a small wooden case of bits, all in good usable conditon. A very useful small push drill for quickly and carefully drilling fine holes.
$28
Item Number m1940
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Early Goodell-Pratt Push drill.
This drill is especially useful for drilling small holes quickly and accurately without risk of breaking small bits. It's in excellent working order and has most of the original nickel. It has a compliment of 6 bits in its magazine handle. this model holds X shank bits in the split two jaw chuck. It's an excellent working example.
$30
Item Number m1931
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