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New Tools Were Last Added: 2018-10-16 (newest items on top)

Update 2018-10-16 Hi Everyone- It is a cold, crisp autumn night here in Connecticut. We finally have the wood stove burning for the first time this year, the latest we have ever been able to wait thanks to the unseasonably warm weather here lately. Tonight I added about five dozen tools to the list including some good gouges, some block planes, molding planes, and a couple of wooden jointers. I hope you find something you like! Thanks for looking --Josh


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Molding Planes For Sale



Exceptional 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Griffiths in Norwich, England. It's in outstanding condition with no flaws. It's as nice as they come- an ideal worker for cutting large beads for house moldings and the like
$25
Item Number mp3660
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Outstanding Matched Pair of 5/8in tongue and Groove Planes.
These planes were made by R&L Carter in Troy, NY who worked together from 1835-46. The planes are marked "3" at the heel but clearly cut a T&G joint centered on 5/8in stock. They may work for 1/2in as well if you are careful. Both planes are in excellent condition with little wear and perfect blades. An ideal working pair to add to your working kit.
$55
Item Number mp3661
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Exceptional Matched Pair of 1 1/2in Hollow and Round Molding Planes.
These planes were made by G. DAvis in Birmingham, England in the late 1800s. They are in outstanding condition with no visible wear or damage. The bodies are crisp and clean, the blades long and free of pitting. The mouths are super tight. the blades are bedded at cabinet pitch for use in hardwoods. It's as nice a pair as I've seen in a long time.
$55
Item Number mp3663
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Massive Skew Rabbet Plane.
This plane is 2 1/4in wide with a nicker and 14in long overall. The tote is skewed to the side to allow it to work comfortably in a corner I suppose. It's completely unmarked. The blade has a chip in the corner of the blade, so it'll require a quick grind, but is quite clean.
$35
Item Number mp3654
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Very Early American Center Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked I.BEAL at the toe. It's listed in AWP-IV as "UR". It clearly looks like a late 18th century plane to me. It looks good but the sole is twisted beyond use. It's an early American collectible tool, not a user
$20
Item Number mp3653
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5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Casey, Kitchell & Co. in Auburn,NY between 1847-56. It's in good condition, the only flaw being a small chip in the boxing at the heel, the result of an errant mallet blow. The blade is clean and long, the boxing dead straight. A fine worker in a medium size
$24
Item Number mp3650
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Big Reverse Ogee Molding Plane by Casey & Co.
This plane was made in Auburn, NY. It cuts a 1in deep, 1 3/4in wide reverse ogee profile. It's one of the larger examples of this profile I've seen. The plane has some wear and was clearly used. The blade has light pitting in the corner you can see in the photos. It'll take a bit of work to tune it up but it's worthwhile.
$35
Item Number mp3638
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Outstanding 1in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by G. Davis, a Birmingham, England planemaker who worked throughout the 19th century. The plane is exceptionally clean and crisp and has no flaws. It'll make an outstanding worker if you need to cut big beads for house moldings and the like
$26
Item Number mp3634
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Exceptional 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by David Kimberly in Birmingham in the last half of the 19th century. It's a top quality British plane in every way. It's seen very little use and is in outstanding condition. There are no flaws or damage. The blade is near-perfect. I'll make a fantastic worker for cutting larger house moldings. About as nice as they come.
$26
Item Number mp3601
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Mathieson Taurus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It's a high quality plane that's seen a good bit of use. It was cared for and remains in very good condition. It could be put to use again with just some little bit of tuning the blade
$26
Item Number mp3602
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Moseley 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a lightly-used 5/8in bead that remains in very good working order. It has a clean blade and good boxing. It's a solid user made by one of the top British makers
$24
Item Number mp3609
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Double-Iron Quirk Ogee and Bead Molding Plane by Curie, Glasgow.
This plane has two irons, one to cut the ogee, the other the bead. This is more complex to make, but simplifies sharpening since the bead will see the most use and has its own blade to sharpen on its own. It's in very good condition overall with two clean blades and straight boxing. The profile it cuts is 1 1/4in wide by 1in deep. It's an interesting, usable plane.
$45
Item Number mp3599
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High Quality 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane made by FLETCHER, London.
This plane was made by William Fletcher who worked in Chelsea from 1861-63. It's a high quality plane with a cabinet pitch blade. The plane has seen light use and is in excellent user condition. It's a useful larger size for house moldings and architectural scale work.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $20
Item Number mp3512
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Exceptional 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane .
This plane has no maker's mark I can see. It has a cabinet pitch blade and is top quality so I assume it's British. The plane is in outstanding condition overall The blade is perect. The plane's body has no damage and only light signs of use. The boxing is dead on straight. It'll make an excellent worker, a good size for medium house moldings and similar.
$25
Item Number mp3583
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