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New Tools Were Last Added: 2020-07-01

Update 2020-07-01 Hi Folks- thanks for stopping by. I added a bunch of tools to the list tonight including some really nice modern tools, outstanding molding planes, and some other fun stuff. I hope you find something you like. Thanks for your support! --Josh


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Stevens: A Gathering of Spoons.
125 pages, excellent condition. Apparently hard to find based on the prices for used versions on Amazon, etc.
$30
Item Number b1158
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Veritas Beading Tool.
This example is in new condition, never removed from its original packaging. It retails for $65 new
$55
Item Number m3508
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Norton Fine India Oil Stone.
This stone measures 1x2x8 inches. It'ss een minimal use, if any. It's not dished at all. Retail price is around $25
$15
Item Number m3509
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Cobblers Hammer.
This is a vintage USM-C cobbler's hammer in excellent condition
$24
Item Number m3511
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Barr Tools Froe.
This froe is in near-new condition and has no damage or wear. It retails for $158 new from Barr. An excellent, heavy-duty froe with a sharp bevel.
$145
Item Number m3517
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Woodriver Wheel Marking Gauge.
This gauge is in new condition in its original packaging. Retails for $50 new from Woodcraft.
$40
Item Number mml4618
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Early, Unusual 3/8in Nosing? Plane.
This plane is definitely early, perhaps 18th century, and likely American. It has a "Sleeper" style wedge with a distinctive finial. It's made from beech and 9 1/2in long. It has broad, flat chamfers along the handhold. It may look like a cock bead but the blade isn't right for that work. It looks more like a nosing plane to me, used to put a 180 degree round-over on 3/8in stock. It's an unusual, early plane in very good condition.
$25
Item Number mp4562
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18th Century London Molding Plane by William MADOX.
This plane is a no. 18 round, 1 1/2in wide. It was made Madox in London between 1748-1775. Madox was succeeded by George Mutter, and later Wm. Marples, a well-documented chain of planemakers in the same location from 1848 to the 1960s. The plane is in excellent condition and features all of the hallmarks of a London plane made in the mid-1700s. It's probably usable, but more interesting as a collectible tool. It's amazing to think it was made well before the birth of the Unites States and remains in this condition today.
$40
Item Number mp4566
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Veritas no.4 Smooth Plane.
This plane is in near-new condition. It may have been used once or twice but has no wear. It has an A2 blade in it. It retails for $227 new from Lee Valley
$195
Item Number p1419
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Custom Bad Axe 14in Sash Saw.
This saw is in new, unused condition. It has its original sales invoice which gives the specifications: Hybrid 12PPI teeth, .025 gauge plate, Black-Ox Carbon Steel back. PA black walnut handle. Black-Ox Gun-blued steel slotted nuts. It's a dead gorgeous saw in unused condition. Bad Axe currently has a 12-16 week backlog. You can have this one in 2-3 days. This saw is being sold at a slight discount from list due to its pre-owned (though unused) condition.
$300
Item Number s1368
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Bad Axe Dovetail Saw.
This 12in Hybrid dovetail/tenon saw is in new, unused condition. The original sales invoice ins included which has the specs: 12in plate, 14PPI hybrid-cut. .02 gauge plate. Black-ox carbon steel back. Open Disston Pattern PA black walnut handle. Black-Ox blued steel slotted screws. This saw is being sold at a slight discount from the original price due to its pre-owned, though unused, condition.
$270
Item Number s1369
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New, Unused GYOKUCHO - Dovetail Saw 240mm.
This saw was purchased from Woodcraft. Item no. 155605. It retails for $54 new. It is in new, unused condition.
$45
Item Number s1370
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New, Unused GYOKUCHO - 270mm Ryoba Saw.
This saw was purchased from Woodcraft. It retailed for $65 new. It is in new, unused condition.
$45
Item Number s1371
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GYOKUCHO 651 BLUE HARD RYOBA KOMAME 240MM.
This saw is in new, unused condition. It retails for about $45 new today.
$35
Item Number s1372
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Gorgeous Philly Planes Rosewood Mitre Plane.
This plane was made by Phil Edwards in the UK. It's a traditional single-iron wooden mitre plane measuring 7 1/8in long, 2 1/4in wide with a 1 1/2in wide blade. Intended for use with a shooting board or (or on its own) the wide cheeks are dead square to the sole and intended to run along a shooting board's ramp. This is the rosewood version of the plane Phil is currently only offering in beech. The beech version sells for around $310 new. It is in new, unused condition. This is an absolute masterpiece of a plane that will make a superb addition to your working kit.
$325
Item Number wbp1237
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Flat Quirk Ogee Molding Plane.
This is an early English molding plane marked only "LONDON" at the toe. It has broad, flat chamfers along the handhold and a rounded wedge finial indicative of a late 18th century plane. It cuts a flat quirk ogee profile 7/8in wide by 3/8in deep. It has a long, clean blade perfectly free of pitting. The boxing is dead straight. The plane is in excellent condition all around and perfectly usable.
$40
Item Number mp4555
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Exceptional Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made between 1830-31 by the partnership of Bensen and Mockridge in Albany, NY. It's a high quality plane in exceptional condition. It has some very light wear and a near-perfect blade. The plane cuts a 1 1/4in wide by 7/8in deep reverse ogee, a useful medium size for furniture and cabinet work. It's a beautiful plane in top working condition
$45
Item Number mp4557
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Small Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This plane was made by the Davis family, the prolific Birmingham, England planemaker who worked from 1821-76. The plane is in exceptional condition with no damage and only light wear. It cuts a 5/8in wide by 1/4in deep ovolo profile- a useful profile for a variety of work. The blade is near-perfect, the mouth tight. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch for use in difficult hardwoods. A great plane to put to work.
$35
Item Number mp4558
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Super-Clean and Crisp American 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was mad eby Abraham Mockridge in Newark, NJ in the 1831-50 time-frame. Mockridge made planes on his own and in various partnerships. This plane is a beautiful example in near-perfect condition. It has no flaws and will work perfectly. It's a very common size, thus the low price
$24
Item Number mp4560
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Early 28in Rip Handsaw.
This saw is 28in with 5PPI. The plate is dead straight and the teeth are in good shape. It has a nice beech handle with long horns and four split saw screws, all tight and in good order. The plate is 2 5/8in deep at the toe and has its original nib. The plate is die-stamped "Browne no. 3, Warranted, Cast Steel. It is presumed, but not confirmed, that this was a second-line Disston saw made for hardware stores and the like. Regardless, it's a beautiful rip saw in excellent condition. A perfect worker.
$65
Item Number s1349
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Very Nice British Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Charles Gowland in New Castle-Upon-Tyne between 1820-1858. It cuts a nice flat reverse ogee profile 3/4in wide by 3/8in deep. It has a long,clean blade and a tight mouth. The plane is exceptionally well-made and remains in excellent condition. It's a perfectly usable plane in great shape
$40
Item Number mp4550
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British 1/2in Squre Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by David Arthur in Edinburgh prior to 1844. It's a good, usable plane with some light wear. The blade is near-perfect. It's sharp and has zero pitting. The plane is well-made and has no damage or anything that would prevent it from being a solid worker.
$35
Item Number mp4554
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Early Iron and Brass Hand Drill.
This is a factory-made drill with no maker's mark I can find. I've seen several of these, all similar. It has a cast iron body and gears with a brass crank arm. It's an early design that takes tapered square shank bits in the screw-lock chuck. It works just fine, despite a piece missing from the collar of the gear as shown in the photos. An interesting, early drill
$20
Item Number d2102
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Beautiful J&L Denison 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality American molding plane made by the Denison brothers in Saybrook, CT between 1832-40. The plane has a fully boxed sole- a rarity in a plane this large. The boxwood is attached to the body with a large hammerhead joint which is beautiful and keeps the boxing firmly in place and prevents it from warping. The plane is in exceptional condition with crisp, sharp edges, a perfect blade, and no damage or wear. A fantastic example in a common larger size.
$25
Item Number mp4545
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Crisp Sargent 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Sandusky for Sargent, the New Haven, CT tool maker and hardware dealer. It's a quality plane in excellent condition. It has no flaws and could be put to use with a minimum of effort spent in tuning the blade. It's a great working example in a very common size, thus the low price.
$20
Item Number mp4546
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Original Stanley no. 34 1938 Catalog.
This is a beautiful example in exceptional condition. It contains Stanley's full line of pre-war tools of all kinds including planes, mitre boxes, braces, rules, etc. Everything Stanley made during its heyday. A valuable reference guide.
$30
Item Number b1155
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American 1/2in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane is marked "L&G Co., New York" The mark appears in AWP-V without much information. The plane is very nicely made with double boxing. It's in excellent condition with no flaws and little wear. The blade is long and clean. The boxing is dead straight and full length. A great example in a useful medium size
$25
Item Number mp4211
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Lufkin no. 77C Radius Gauge Mint IOB.
This machinists radius gauge set is in mint condition in its original wallet with the instructions, QA slip, and the original box. This set includes 24 gauges from 1/32 to 1/2in radius. A superb example.
$35
Item Number mml4601
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J.B. Addis Flat 1/2in Gouge.
This gouge was made in Sheffield by the legendary J.B. Addis. It's a flat no. 4 sweep 1/2in wide carving gouge with a beautiful boxwood handle. It's very sharp and ready to use. The blade is especially clean and free of pitting. A top quality carving tool in great shape
$28
Item Number c4554
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S.J. Addis no. 22 1/8in Flat Spoon gouge.
This is a tiny little flat spoon gouge with no sweep. It's only 1/8in wide. It was made in Sheffield for S.J. Addis. The boxwood handle is in excellent condition, as is the blade. An odd size and configuration but completely usable.
$24
Item Number c4559
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New York 5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
Made by J. Farr in New York City in the mid-19th century, this plane remains in excellent condition. It has seen use but was well cared for and remains in perfect working order. It's one of the most common sizes I find. A good, usable plane for medium scale moldings.
$24
Item Number m3496
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Near-Mint John Moseley 7/8in Side bead Molding Plane.
This is a top quality molding plane made in London by Moseley & Son in the mid-19th century. Moseley made planes of the highest quality- if you want a great example of his work this is the plane. It's in near-mint condition with almost no wear. It has a piston-fit wedge and the skewed mortise breast you'd expect to see in a wide profile like this made by a top maker. A beautiful plane in a common large size
$25
Item Number mp4524
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Matched Pair of 7/8in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes, which have always been together, were made by Yound & McMaster in 1838-1843 in Auburn, MA. They cut a T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. These may work for 1in if you are careful but won't work for 3/4in. Both planes are in goodo working condition showing some light wear but no damage. These planes have steel-clad fences for wear resistance, a mark of a high quality plane. A great working pair in a useful size.
$35
Item Number mp4528
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Near-Mint American 3/4in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by George Casey & Co in Auburn, NY around 1850. The plane is as nice as they come- perfectly clean, crisp, and without any wear. It's a top quality plane with a fully boxed sole (a rarity in a bead this wide) and even featuring half-dovetailed boxing (a true rarity in any American molding plane. The plane itself is flawless. The only drawback is the large size which isn't very desirable or useful unless you are cutting large house moldings. Still, it's an amazingly well-preserved plane with at least 160 years behind it.
$26
Item Number mp4533
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1879 Stanley Rule and Level Catalog Reprint.
This 62 page catalog contains Stanley's line of planes, rules, layout tools, and all other woodworking tools the company offered. This is a Ken Roberts publication which also includes his commentary on the company's history. A valuable reference.
$20
Item Number b1133
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Owatonna Tool Company 1925 Catalog Reprint.
This 24 page booklet was originally published in 1925 and reprinted in 1975. It contains the Owatonna, MN based company's line of mechanics tools.
$5
Item Number b1135
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Stanley 1892 Catalog Reprint.
This 62 page catalog is in excellent condition. It contains Stanley's line of planes, layout tools, rules, levels, and other hand tools. It also includes an insert containing Stanley's Everlasting Chisels. A valuable reference.
$24
Item Number b1138
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Leonard Bailey Co 1883 Catalog Reprint.
This small 14 page catalog contains Bailey's Victor line of planes, spokeshaves, and other tools. It's a Ken Roberts publication which includes his commentary on the company and its history.
$10
Item Number b1139
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Scarce E.M. Boynton 1876 Catalog Reprint.
Boynton was a large sawmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. They offered a full line of hand, circular, and logging saws as well as related tools. It's the only Boynton reference I'm aware of. It was printed in small numbers and quite hard to come across.
$24
Item Number b1144
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1877 Sandusky Tool Co. Catalog Reprint..
68 pages, new condition. This is one of the earlier and harder to find Sandusky catalogs. Sandusky was one of the largest plane and toolmakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They made all sorts of tools including many of the planes sold by Sargent. An excellent reference.
$22
Item Number b1145
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Wm. Carr, Philda. 1838 Hardware Catalog Reprint.
This is one of the earliest catalogs of American hardware. It's 32 pages including commentary. There are no illustrations, unfortunately, but still interesting
$5
Item Number b1146
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1857 Arrowmammett Works Plane Catalog Reprint.
52 pages, excellent condition. Based in Middletown, CT, Arrowmammett made wooden planes of all sorts including bench, plow, and molding planes among other tools. It's a good reference book for someone interested in wooden planes
$15
Item Number b1148
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Jackson & Tyler 1880 Catalog Reprint.
This firm was a hardware retailer in Baltimore specializing in woodworking, machinist, and blacksmith tools. this 112 page catalog reprint is in new condition.
$5
Item Number b1149
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Original Anchor Brand Hardware Catalog.
370, fair condition. Based in New Britain, CT, this company made hardware and accessories for farmers and ranchers apparently specializing in horse tack and related hardware. It has some wear and light doodling in some of the pages.
$5
Item Number b1151
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1897 Buff & Berger Scientific Instruments Catalog Reprint.
This is a 150 page paperback catalog reprint. It contains scientific, engineer's, and surveyor's tools of all types along with numerous illustrations and detailed descriptions. It also contains about 100 pages of instruction on the aforementioned trades, some of which requires a higher level of knowledge of trigonometry than I have.
$5
Item Number b1111
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Original Stanley 1941 Catalog no. 34.
This is one of the first catalogs published during the WWII era which mentions the potential for shortages due to the war effort. It still contains Stanley's full line of hand tools of all sorts. It's 232 pages and in excellent condition. A valuable reference book.
$35
Item Number b1119
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1939 Disston Saw, File, and tool Manual.
This 48 page booklet contains many photographs and descriptions of Disston's line of handsaws, other saws, layout tools, files, and lots of other tools. It has a nice cover that's slightly loose. All of the pages are in good shape. A fun, interesting read.
$28
Item Number b1120
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Jackson & Tyler 1880 Catalog Reprint.
112 pages, excellent condition. This catalog contains this Baltimore, MD hardware company's lineup of woodworking, blacksmiths, and machinist tools. Lots of good stuff in here, not just pricing but many illustrations and descriptions of the tools they sold.
$5
Item Number b1121
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Early 1860 Belcher Brothers & Co Catalog Reprint.
This is a Ken Roberts reprint of the 44 page original catalog of rules and other tools sold by this New York manufacturer. It also contains Roberts' commentary on the company and its history. An interesting, early reference book for American tools in the pre-Civil War era.
$10
Item Number b1123
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1855 Stanley Rule & LEvel Co. Catalog Reprint.
This is a Ken Roberts reprint of the 44 page original catalog of rules, levels, layout tools, and other woodworking tools sold by Stanley.It also contains Roberts' commentary on the company and its history. An interesting, early reference book for American tools in the pre-Civil War era.
$15
Item Number b1125
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Winnie Machine Works Catalog Reprint.
42 pages, excellent condition. This catalog is undated but likely dates to the mid-late 19th century. Much of the focus is on hoop machinery but it also contains a lot of early woodworking machinery. It's profusely illustrated and offers vivid descriptions of the benefits of each tool. There is some fascinating, big, early iron in here. It's a fun read.
$10
Item Number b1127
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Stanley 1867 Catalog Reprint.
52 pages, excellent condition. This contains Stanley Rule and Level's line of rules, levels, layout tools, and other hand tools of all sorts.
$15
Item Number b1129
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Irwin Micro-Dial Expansive Bit no. 21.
This expansive bit is in excellent condition in its original plastic sleeve. It can bore holes from 5/8inin to 1 3/4in wide. It's a handy, effective tools for when you need to bore an odd-sized hole you don't have an auger bit to match.
$25
Item Number d2091
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Woodpeckers 1281SS Adjustable Squares "One Time Tool".
This was a one-off production made in early 2017. This is a set of two Stainless Steel adjustable squares both graduated in inches. They are in new condition in the original MDF case in the original box. These are layout tools of the highest quality and precision. The set originally retailed for $249 new
$229
Item Number mml4579
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Ohio Tool Co 7/8in "Coming and Going" Tongue and Groove Plane.
This plane cuts both halves of the T&G joint centered on 7/8in stock. It's a bit oversized and will work on 1in as well. Both blades are long and clean. The plane has seen considerable use but is still in good working order. On the scale of Ohio's quality this one falls in the middle- it's definitely usable but not their best work. A solid worker in a useful size
$30
Item Number mp4507
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Aiken Patent Hammer Saw Set.
This sawset was made by (or for) Sargent, the New Haven, CT hardware and tool dealer. It's in very good conditon with some of the original paint on the shank and the little rubber thing under the hammer that gives it some spring in use. It's seen some work but the hammer has no damage where it contacts the saw. A somewhat scarce tool in nice shape.
$40
Item Number m3488
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Reprint: The Amateur Mechanics Manual and Catalog.
This manual covers fret sawing and turning, both of which were popular pass times in the late 19th century. 34 pages, new condition
$5
Item Number b1083
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1877 Sandusky Tool Co. Catalog Reprint..
68 pages, new condition. This is one of the earlier and harder to find Sandusky catalogs. Sandusky was one of the largest plane and toolmakers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. They made all sorts of tools including many of the planes sold by Sargent. An excellent reference.
$22
Item Number b1084
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Stanley 1900 Catalog Reprint.
This is a very well-done reprint of the 1900 Stanley catalog no. 26. It contains Stanley's full line of woodworking tools and the Bedrock planes insert. A great reference, somewhat hard to find.
$22
Item Number b1086
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1914 Chapin-Stephens Catalog Reprint.
84 pages, excellent condition. This catalog was published shortly after the merger of H. Chapin and Stephens & Co. It contains the company's line of wooden planes, molding planes, rules, and other tools. An excellent reference.
$22
Item Number b1088
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Stanley 1914 Catalog Reprint.
This is the recent Lost Arts Press reprint- a beautifully done edition.. much higher quality than the previous reprints. It was published in the "type 11" era and provides an excellent reference book. It is in new condition
$22
Item Number b1094
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Original 1930 Atkins Saw Book for Home Crafsmen.
This is a fun little book with 32 pages. It's fully illustrated and describes Atkins' line of handsaws and other tools, offers suggestions on their care and use, and details several home workshop projects. The cover has split at the spine but remains in good condition. A scarce and fun Atkins reference
$28
Item Number b1096
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Disston 1888 Catalog Reprint.
This is a Ken Roberts publication of the 1888 Stanley catalog. It has the full catalog of Stanley tools in addition to Roberts' commentary on the company and tools. It's an uncommon reprint and a fantastic reference.
$26
Item Number b1105
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1887 Joshua Oldham Saw Catalog Reprint.
Oldham was a major New York sawmaker who seemed to specialize mostly in band, circular, and mill saws, but who also made a full line of handsaws. This catalog also features Oldham's 32 page History of Saw Manufacture and Use. This is a 1976 EAIA reprint, not a common book to find at all.
$25
Item Number b1109
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New Old Stock Lufkin 6 Foot Engineers Rule.
This is a new, unused zig-zag rule in its original sleeve.
$28
Item Number mml4560
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Matched Pair of 1in Tongue and Groove Molding Planes.
These planes were made by Casey, Kitchell, & Co in Auburn, MA in the middle of the 19th century. They planes are clean and sound, both perfectly usable with long clean blades. They cut a T&G joint centered on 1in stock. These will work for 7/8in stock as well if you are careful. A very nice working pair of planes
$45
Item Number mp4489
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1904 Cheney Catalog Reprint.
34 pages, mint condition. This contains Cheney's full line of hammers and tools made in Little Falls, NY.
$10
Item Number b1077
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Sandusky Tool Co 1925 Catalog Reprint.
Softcover, 72 pages. This catalog contains Sandusky's full line of molding planes, bench planes, and other tools. Sandusky was a prolific maker and one of the last couple of makers of wooden planes. This is an excellent reference to Sandusky tools and molding planes in general
$15
Item Number b1080
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Ward and Paying 1/4in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This is a top quality Sheffield edge tool made by W&P, the same maker who produced most of the famous "S.J. Addis" edge tools. This one is 9.5 inches long. The handle is nicely shaped and in perfect condition. The blade is clean and free of pitting. A top quality worker in great shape.
$24
Item Number c4512
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1/2in Fixed Hollow Auger.
This hollow auger was made by the Douglass Mfg. Co. of Seymour, CT. Douglass was the predecessor to the James swan company. This model cuts a 1/2in wide round tenon. Both blades are in excellent condition. The tapered square tang has no wear. A superb example to put to use
$28
Item Number d2071
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Auburn Tool Co. 7/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This is an exceptional example in perfect working order. The blade is long and clean, completely free of pitting. The boxing is dead straight. It's a fantastic example to put to work if you need to cut big beads for house molding and such.
$20
Item Number mp4469
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Large D. Shiverick 1in Side Bead molding Plane.
This plane was made by David Shiverick in Brooklyn, NY in the 1860s. It's in superb condition and could be put to use with only some light honing. The 1in size is good for house moldings and larger work. It's a common size and there isn't much demand for it, thus the low price.
$20
Item Number mp4474
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Early Matched Pair of Moseley & Son Torus Bead Molding Planes.
These planes were made in London by Moseley & Son between 1819-1830. They are absolutely top quality planes with exceptional fit and finish, as expected from a Moseley plane from this era. The planes are sizes 3/4in and 7/8in. They both have removable fillets attached to the fence to allow the planes to cut the bead with or without the fillet. Both planes have cabinet pitch blades for use in difficult hardwoods. The blades are both perfectly clean. They both match perfectly with identical owner's marks. An outstanding pair of planes in top condition
$75
Item Number mp4443
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Smll Ward and Payne 1/4in Tang Chisel.
This is a top quality Sheffield-made edge tool in excellent working order. The blade is clean and free of pitting. The handle is perfect. An ideal worker made by one of the best.
$24
Item Number c4478
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Lufkin no. 011 0-1in Micrometer Head.
This top quality machinsts tool is in mint condition in its original box. Made in Saginaw, MI by lufkin.
$15
Item Number mml4504
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D.R. Barton 7/8in Dado Molding Plane.
This is a clean, perfectly usable molding plane made by Barton in Rochester, NY. Both blades are long and clean. The depth stop works well. It's a very nice plane and a very common size- it's a good one for larger case and cabinet work.
$35
Item Number mp4407
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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.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $4
Item Number b933
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Mathieson 1in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It cuts a large Torus bead, essentially a slanted side bead, 1in wide. It's suitable for larger house moldings. It's in excellent condition and perfectly usable
Left-Over and Reduced to: $22
Item Number mp4123
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Lufkin no. 7 Catalog.
This is an original 128 page catalog of Lufkin machinist tools. It's not dates but probably dates to the 1930-40s. An excellent reference guide to Lufkin's top quality tool.
$20
Item Number b1061
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Small 3in Pocket Level.
This small level is in excellent condition. It has a japanned cast iron body and a nickel-plated top late. There is a screw to allow it to be attached to a framing square or rule. A very nice example.
$15
Item Number mml4469
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1-2in Outside Micrometer.
This mic was made by the Majestic Tool and Hardware Co. of Chicago, IL. It's in excellent condition in its original box
$15
Item Number mml4444
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Large 1in Torus Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by (or for) J. Buck, the London hardware dealer. The plane cuts a large 1in Torus bead- the bead is about 3/4in wide with a 1/4in fillet on the outside. The blade is in excellent condition. The plane has light wear but no damage. It's a top quality plane in very good working order.
$28
Item Number mp4376
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5/8in Side Bead Molding Plane.
This plane was made by (or for) J. Buck, the London hardware dealer. The plane cuts 5/8in bead, a good medium size for larger case and cabinet moldings. The blade is in excellent condition. The plane has light wear but no damage. It's a top quality plane in very good working order.
$22
Item Number mp4377
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7/8in American Side Bead Molding Plane.
This big bead plane was made by Samuel Randall in Albany between 1833-34. It's in excellent condition save for a chip in the very rear of the boxing. It's clean and crisp with a near-perfect blade. It's a good usable example to put to work cutting house moldings and the like.
$22
Item Number mp4338
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Early Machinists Trammel Set.
These trammel points are equipped with 10in long caliper legs. They are unmarked but look like early Starrett to me. The heads are made of brass with nickel plating. They have some patina and light nickel loss but they work well.
$30
Item Number mml4407
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