If you have questions about what the Stanley numbers are, you can
look the planes up on Blood&Gore:


Sometimes, emails to/from me are vectored to some cyber black
hole, never reaching their destination. I answer all emails, so if
you haven't heard from me, your/my email is likely having high tea
in said black hole, never to be heard from, so please try again.

If there is anything in particular that you're after, do ping me
as there is a lot of stuff here that isn't on the list; the list
just represents a snapshot of the previous month's haul with none
of the stuff having appeared on a previous list. I like to keep
things fresh here.

Please email me prior to sending money so that you can be sure
the item is still up for grabs. Also, prices do not include shipping,
which is the amount that it takes to go from me to you via the US
Post Office.

This list goes out to many people, normally on the first Monday
of the month (unless otherwise noted above). So, if you see something
you want, it's the quickest finger on the trigger that wins the duel.

Some folks become upset that they miss out on a tool. I wish I had
lots of this stuff many times over so I can satisfy the demand, but
that is normally not the case. Some of it does have duplicates here,
and if so, I will state that in my reply to you.

Also, due to the nature of selling over the wires, tools are sold
on a first come, first serve basis. The first person to say "I'll
take it", gets it. I have to operate this way as some will take a
few days to get back to me with their interest in a particular item,
and it's unfair to keep others waiting who are willing to buy the
item immediately.

I reserve the right to correct typographical errors after the list
goes out. I rarely make them, but when I do they can be major ones.

If you're the kind of person who puts a straightedge to the sole of
a #40, to check it for flatness, or who tosses a plane on a scale to
weigh it against what it states in the Stanley catalogs, you'll need
to take your business elsewhere. I'll wish you luck finding perfection
in something that was never made, nor intended to be, perfect. You guys
know who you are, and it's best for both of us that our paths not cross.

Lastly, and I don't like to mention this, but if you tell me that
money is on the way for something you want, and you never make good
on it, we won't be doing business in the future. It's unfair, actually
downright discourteous, to others who want the same thing, and I tell
them it's sold. Pull this on me, and you're exorcised from the list.
Sorry, but I don't tolerate this behavior well at all.

Remember, you don't have to be a connoisseur (did I spell that
correctly) to shop here. You can be a wirehead, a metalhead, a zipper-
head, a propellerhead, a deadhead, a cokehead, or even a knuckle
dragging oaf, just like me, to shop here, as long as your dinero is

Thanks for shopping, and remember that no letters or words were
injured when writing this list...

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FT1 An unmolested Hardt's Patent smoothing plane; patented
August 8, 1893, Hardt was in Yuba City, California where
he hatched this crazy idea for a plane; perhaps inspired
by the #72 chamfer plane, Hardt's design allows the section
forward of the iron to move over an incline to set the
depth of cut, something that may have been lost on him
with the Bailey-style frog that has the depth adjusting
knob; his idea is not without some merit as increasing the
depth of cut also increased the width of the mouth, which
if often the desired result; conversely, the mouth's width
is decreased as the depth of cut is decreased; problem is,
no one thought this a eureka design and the plane failed
perfectly in the plane market; while the plane is embossed
at the toe with his patent date, Hardt bought many of the
parts from Sargent&Co. - the knob, frog, iron (which is
stamped with Sargent's name and location), lever cap, and
tote, maybe Hardt may have been embarrassed by his design
and could place some of the blame of this crazy idea on
Sargent; Hardt didn't account for the plane not cutting
as planned simply by sliding the front casting upward as
the main casting, to either side of the iron, would inter-
fere with cutting as intended, the sole's edges (of the main
casting) are filed with a chamfer along its length (I've
seen this on the other few Hardt's, it was either factory
done or a necessary user tweak); in fine shape, the plane
suffers cracks at the mouth, this one is free of that; a
fine, as found example, ex-Inner Sanctum, and quite a
difficult plane to find; if you're a subscriber to the Flat
Sole Examiner, don't look at this plane as it may make your
 head explode, it also proves that the California has been
offering up some crazy ideas for at least 130 years:

http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/f4.jpg $4685.00


ST1 #39 1/2 dado plane; a very clean and barely used worker;
free of damage, the plating and japanning glisten; the
cutter shows grime/rust as it was found separately from
the plane, it's a Stanley one, not a replacement; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t3.jpg $125.00
ST2 #610 eggbeater drill; one that's sure to create a lot of
fun and games at your local airport, this pistol grip
drill is rather uncommon, it was offered in some tool sets
during the 1920's and 1930's; much cleaner than usual, with
sweetheart logo on the crank arm, some drill points still
with it; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t4.jpg $190.00
ST3 #6C corrugated fore plane; a very clean example that can
be honed and used as is, it's from ca.1950 and has an early
1930's tote on it; a fine worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t5.jpg $140.00
ST4 #71 bronze rabbeting shave; made during the 1920's, it's
in good as found condition, it can work rabbets left and
right, straight or curved; a design popular with coach-
makers, it was equipped with a fence when new, that's long
gone, as is normally the case; a fine worker with a lot
of eye-appeal; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t10.jpg $85.00
ST5 #39 7/8" dado; a barely used example with glossy japanning
and bright plating; free of damage, there's some minor
tarnish on the sole; way nicer than what's normally found,
a less common width of this series; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t12.jpg $130.00
ST6  #79 side rabbet; US made, with stop, all original parts,
clean worker shape, some minor tarnish/rust on the cutters;
a time tested worker; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t18.jpg $80.00
ST7 Graduated set of three #18 sliding bevels with the butt
locking screw to secure the 6", 8", and 10" blade firmly;
in ready to use condition, each clean, the 6" has little
plating, the 8" is nearly new, the 10" minor plating loss;
right three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t19.jpg $120.00
ST8 #5 1/2C corrugated oversize jack plane; a type 11 with all
original parts; as found, dirty, free of damage, it will
clean to make a sound worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t28.jpg $125.00
ST9 Very clean #5 1/4 junior jack plane; early 1950's, nearly
all finish remains, the iron can be honed and the plane
used as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t29.jpg $110.00
ST10 #602 round side Bed Rock smoothing plane; "B" casting with
all original parts, three line embossed lever cap and single
patent date; as found, never messed with, general dark
patina, full length iron; an honest example that hasn't
been cobbled together like many are; far less common than
the later flat side model; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t29a.jpg $875.00
ST11 #923 10" sweep brace; a fine worker of Stanley's most
popular top quality brace; normal finish loss, it can be
used as is to drive your Jennings/Irwin pattern twist
augers; full ratchet, spring jaws, ball bearing head;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t30.jpg $85.00
ST12 #606 round side Bed Rock fore plane; all original parts and
in cleaner than typical as found condition; no damage, two
line embossed lever cap, normal grunge from sitting; a great
worker awaits you; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t31.jpg $140.00
ST13 #5C corrugated jack plane; used once, put back in original
box, it's from ca.1950; some minor storage tarnish will
quickly clean; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t32.jpg $110.00
ST14 Type 2 #3 smoothing plane fit with Hock iron; a very clean
 worker that can be honed and used as is; probably the only
type 2 #3 fit with such an iron, nothing has been modified,
this vintage plane, the first production Stanley made after
buying out Bailey, is my favorite; apart from the iron,
all proper and original parts, it can easily be put back
to its original configuration, the iron is the easy part
to find; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t39.jpg $290.00
ST15 #44 gunmetal Miller Patent plough plane; the rarest of the
graphic four planes, it features the gunmetal body and
fence; it never sold well and now is sought after Stanley
collectors to tick the one of each box; as found, never
polished, the gunmetal has a nice patina with some of the
original lacquer remaining; rosewood grip is free of the
common split about the pin, the top horn has lost a small
amount, this vintage never had the pronounced horns that
earlier production planes show; owner initials in handle,
slitter, no cutter, a respectable example; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t42.jpg $1885.00
ST16 #200 honing jig; a rather large tool to secure firmly the
plane iron or chisel as it's rolled over the stone; as
found condition, no damage, most plating remains, the
grinding and honing angles are easily set by turning the
roller's screw to set the pitch; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t42.jpg $55.00
ST17 #71 1/2 closed throat router; earlier production with the
script logo embossing, it's fit with the vernier adjusting
nut; single 1/2" cutter, it originally came with a 1/4"; a
fine worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t42.jpg $110.00
ST18 #112 scraper plane; all original, including the Stanley
marked blade, it's as found; free of damage, a bit grungy,
it will clean well; one of Stanley's best tools, it does
a great job cleaning up tear-out; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t43.jpg $175.00
ST19 #39 1/4" dado plane; a very clean worker that has glossy
japanning, it saw little use; sweetheart logo on lever cap
screw, narrowest width of the model, some minor tarnish
and grunge from sitting; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t43.jpg $125.00
ST20 #39 3/4" dado plane; in usual cosmetic condition, no damage,
perfect width for today's standard stock thickness, it's
less common than the narrower widths; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t43.jpg $130.00
ST21 #605C corrugated Bed Rock jack plane; a dirty, as found,
and damage free example that needs a clean; all original
parts, "BED ROCK" lever cap, there's a worker waiting to
be paroled of its grime imprisonment; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t46.jpg $125.00
ST22 #90J bull nose rabbet; UK production (US ones are rare),
little used, no damage, it can be honed and used as is;
original box, no label, a better general rabbet than the
#75; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t48.jpg $65.00
ST23 #92 cabinetmaker's rabbet plane; US made, in the tattered
original box, free of damage, showing minimal signs of use,
no longer produced; ca.1950's; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t48.jpg $125.00
ST24 Pair of new old stock #151 spoke shaves; flat and round
soles, made in the UK, they've been waiting a good while
for you to put them to work; top left two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t49.jpg $135.00
ST25 New old stock #80 scraper; never used, timeless design,
and easy to use, it's a very popular tool for cleaning
tear-out; UK manufacture; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t49.jpg $60.00
ST26 #10 1/2 smooth rabbet; as found US made example that has
plenty of life left in the iron; in need of a clean, no
damage; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t54.jpg $150.00
ST27 1 1/4" Everlasting bevel edge chisel; uncommon width, in
solid as found condition, 9 1/2" long, normal tarnish, will
make a fine worker; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t54.jpg $75.00
ST28 #62 low angle jack plane; offered for parts or restoration,
this one has the usual chips at the back of the mouth, it
can still be used; crack in rosewood tote, the eccentric
adjuster is missing; several good parts on this one; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t59.jpg $130.00
ST29 #42X saw set; good as found worker, some minor grunge that
will easily clean, good spring left to it; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t63.jpg $65.00
ST30 #59 doweling jig with #49 auger stop; complete and extra
clean, they have centering pins for accurate layout of the
holes to bore on the opposing piece of wood; tatty original
box, a fine working tool that proved very popular over
decades; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t69.jpg $75.00
ST31 Pair of clean worker block planes, a #220 and a #103; both
barely used, free of damage, minor grunge from sitting,
both were popular general work planes; top left two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t70.jpg $60.00
ST32 Another pair of block planes, the #100 and #100 1/2; latter
is very clean and barely used, former shows japanning loss,
both have the squirrel tail handle; The #100 has no Stanley
markings, the casting looks to be Stanley's work; both can
be honed and used as is; top right two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t70.jpg $95.00
ST33 #72 iron Razor Edge spoke shave; japanned model that's free
of damage; normal japanning loss, plenty of life left to
it, it's one of the best spoke shave designs made, the set
and mouth are easy to adjust; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t70.jpg $155.00
ST34 #66 beader; type one model with the tall brass fence screw,
both fences are present as are seven cutters; as found,
cutters show superficial rust that will clean easily; a
worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t73.jpg $130.00
ST35 10 #45/#55 cutters, most the "special" cutters that aren't
standard to the base model; eight fluting, #'s 31, 32, 33,
34, 35, 37, and 38, and two beading, #'s #28 and #29; each
look to have their original grinding; normal tarnish, and
not easy to find; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t74.jpg $190.00
ST36 1" #720 bevel edge chisel; stamped with model number,
proper style leather tip handle by Stanley, it's likely
from a narrower width but fits it well; chisel saw very
little used, normal tarnish; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t75.jpg $50.00
ST37 3/4" #750 bevel edge chisel; marked with model number, a
worker, with a proper Stanley handle off another chisel;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t75.jpg $40.00
ST38 1/2" #750 bevel edge chisel; marked with model number, it
may be unused with normal tarnish and some minor rust;
original handle; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t75.jpg $45.00
ST39 #4 1/2C corrugated oversize smoothing plane; a type 11 with
all original parts; worker, tote was cracked and glued;
minor and very superficial pitting that can be left as is
or polished out; bit of rust on the lever cap; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t76.jpg $120.00
ST40 #20 circular plane; a worker in as found condition; free of
damage, ca.1950 production, normal grunge from sitting, it
will clean nicely; the best plane design for working convex
and concave surfaces; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t77.jpg $140.00
ST41 #4 1/2 oversize smoothing plane; ca.1950 example that saw
little use, it's free of damage, and has tarnish from
sitting in its original box, which is very tatty and can
be included if you want it; a solid plane; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t82.jpg $145.00
ST42 #5 plumb bob with spool; the cast iron model, and least
common of the design, this as found example has a good
patina that only time can produce, there's no plating
left; a very uncommon product by America's most prolific
maker of anvils; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t83.jpg $80.00
ST43 New old stock #70 scraper; as nice as they come, these were
sold as box scrapers, but are actually a handled plane with
a swiveling head, they are useful for working broad curved
surfaces among other applications; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t88.jpg $65.00
ST44 #12 scraper; a worker that has a thick replacement blade
with normal grime; free of damage, an owner wanted to make
his own #12 1/2 wood sole model so he bored four holes in
the casting to add one as needed, Stanley did the exact
same thing to their #12 but numbered it the #12 1/2; top
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t92.jpg $60.00
ST45 #10 jack rabbet; as found and damage free UK made worker;
normal grime from sitting, full length iron, every bit the
quality of the American production; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t93.jpg $130.00
ST46 #605 Bed Rock jack plane; early 1930's model that is sharp
enough to use right out of the box; sweetheart iron, no
damage, normal knocks, some dried protective coating on
the exterior; instant results after wiping it; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t93.jpg $145.00
ST47 #5 jack plane; late 1930's model with all original parts
and no damage; tarnish from sitting, it's a quality worker
ideal for those just starting, you can hone the iron and
use it, then clean it later; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t93.jpg $110.00
ST48 #48 match plane; a worker that's free of damage, it's in
normal as found condition and will clean well to be much
better looking; the popular plane for cutting tongue and
groove joints; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t94.jpg $80.00
ST49 Complete set of 18 issues Stanley Tool Collector News; lots
of newly discovered stuff about the company and its tool,
the short-lived publication dates to the early 1990's; in
fine shape, if you love everything Stanley, this is like a
non X-rated mistress in print; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t104.jpg $155.00
ST50 #130 double end block plane; new old stock, from the 1930's,
it's in the original box that is sound, with price inking
on the cover; can be used as a standard block plane or as
a bull nose; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t104.jpg $65.00
ST51 #118 low angle steel block plane; looks to be new old stock,
with original box, the cover has a puncture in the top; a
plane that gets little respect, it's practically indestruct-
ible and does what the #60 1/2 does; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t104.jpg $60.00
ST52 #4C corrugated smoothing plane; cleaner than usual examples,
with minor tarnish grunge, late #1930's production, a fine
worker; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t105.jpg $110.00
ST53 #4 smoothing plane; same condition and era as previous,
the iron's hardness test is 1937; another fine worker
that can quickly be made cleaner; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t105.jpg $110.00
ST54 #78 duplex rabbet; complete and as found, no damage, it's
a good working example of the best selling metallic rabbet
plane made; 1930's production, nearly all japanning remains,
tarnish on the unpainted surfaces will easily clean; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t106.jpg $80.00
ST55 #60 1/2 low angle block plane; made during WWII, with the
long machined bed, free of damage, fine worker, the Hand-Y
grip milled into the cheeks was dropped during WWII as
machining had to be minimized for war production:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t106.jpg $60.00
ST56 #72 chamfer plane; as found worker with dust from a working
shop, all original parts, no damage, patent date stamped in
the proper iron; width of chamfer is set by sliding the
front casting along the rear main casting, the plane can
also function as a smoothing plane in a pinch; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t107.jpg $290.00
ST57 #7 jointer; a ca.1900 example with all original parts, in
great condition, nearly all japanning remains, full length
iron; no damage, a fine worker that pre-dates the gimmick
frog adjusting screw that Stanley added to their bench
planes as the Bailey patents were about to expire; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t109.jpg $190.00
ST58 #7C corrugated jointer; type 10 with all original parts
and no damage, it's essentially a type 11 but with the
previous logo stamped on the full length iron; japanning
is 90%, it has superficial grime and rust that will clean
to make this a great worker in far nicer than usual shape;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t116.jpg $180.00
ST59 Earlier #53 adjustable mouth spoke shave; with the brass
collar around the slotted screw to set the mouth, this
one dates ca.1880 and is in solid worker shape and free
of modification; J-logo iron, flat sole, it's a great
design where the mouth can quickly be adjusted simply by
turning the brass collar; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t117.jpg $50.00
ST60 #71 router; US made, with adjustable fence, the three stan-
dard cutters, and throat closing assembly; as found, free
of damage, a fine worker, the plating has dulled a bit,
but you're a user, not a collector; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t121.jpg $155.00

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WP1 1/4" double bead by J.Kellogg; cuts left and right, it's an
ideal plane for those who cut a lot of beads; plane can work
along any long grain edge, it can be flipped around when
tearout occurs; in fine worker shape, free of alteration,
perfect size for cabinetwork, owner initials; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t11a.jpg $130.00
WP2  5/8" cove and bead by J.Bradford/Portland (Maine); uncommon
profile by a very regional maker who used a larger wedge,
it saw limited use and is in sound worker shape; owner
mark; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t11b.jpg $110.00
WP3 Yellow birch 18th century 5/8" astragal by D.Snow; in as
found condition, never cleaned or altered, free of owner
marks, it has flat chamfers that terminate with a decorative
gouge cut; small wedge finial suggests northeastern MA
origin in the manner of Walton, et al; a bit of roughness
along the fence, otherwise a solid example, the mark is
strong, the camera musta sneezed during the photo shoot;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t11c.jpg $130.00
WP4 Adjustable panel raiser by Wilson of Glasgow; in fine as
found condition, blade appears to have been sharpened, the
fence moves laterally to set the width of cut; good pro-
portions, it's the typical UK style panel raiser that's
roughly the length of a smoothing plane; dusty, owner mark,
a solid worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t16a.jpg $165.00
WP5 3/4" quirk ogee and astragal by I.Cox; great proportions
on this ca.1800 example that cuts 1 1/4" wide; owner mark,
nicely cleaned, owner mark:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t20.jpg $130.00
WP6 7/8" reverse ogee and astragal by D.Copeland; in great
shape, the original inking of the plane's cut is written
on the toe as "back ogee and bead; barely used, dusty from
sitting idle, almost out of a time capsule:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t21.jpg $145.00
WP7 7/8" quirk ovolo, cove, and astragal by L.Kennedy/Hartford;
a very pleasing profile in fine shape, cleaned, remnants of
original inking on heel, cleaned; a lot of twisting and
turning the board away with this one:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t22.jpg $190.00
WP8 L.Little 1" by 1 1/4" cove and astragal; an early 19th
century Boston maker, this is a rather large example of
the classic profile; dark patina, the stop was pared just
a bit, owner initials in toe; broad flat chamfers:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t23.jpg $145.00
WP9 Iohn Green 5/8" quirk ogee and astragal; with steeper pitch
iron than usual, as found, shrinkage crack in boxing behind
the mouth, it's in solid shape for a 225+ year old plane;
owner marks gouged out long ago; uncommon size for this
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t24.jpg $120.00
WP10 3/8" astragal and cove, the classic bolection profile in a
smaller size; by Ionh Green, flat chamfers, steeper than
usual pitch iron; in fine shape, tight crack in boxing,
never cleaned, the finish is worn to show how the plane
was gripped over centuries:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t25.jpg $145.00
WP11 3/8" quirk ovolo and astragal by Griffiths/Norwich; a
different proportion than usual, in fine shape owner mark,
a very clean and little used example:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t26.jpg $125.00
WP12 Pair of toted match planes with steel plated fences for
more accurate work; by Copeland, designed to center the
groove on 7/8" thick stock, they can work 3/4" to 1" thick
stock equally well; the wooden version of the #48 tongue
and groove plane, they are in as found condition, sound
workers, one has normal checking that's going nowhere;
top two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t27.jpg $90.00
WP13 Adjustable sash plane by D.R.Barton/Rochester; uncommon
profile for sash, a bevel, it can work a range of thick-
nesses via the two countersunk screws within brass bush-
ings; in as found shape, with owner mark, never cleaned or
altered; Barton was a toolmaking juggernaut for decades
offering a broad range of tools that were unmatched until
Stanley came on the scene; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t27a.jpg $110.00
WP14 Double razee beech smoothing plane; with a turned knob at
the toe and an open tote at the heel, each sits lower
than the area where the wedge and iron's mortice is; in
fine worker shape, with most original finish, double iron
is stamped with the hardware brand of Clean Cut, the plane
was made by Sandusky for that retailer; 10" long; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t28.jpg $85.00
WP15 7/8" ogee and astragal by Watson's/Leeds; a less common pro-
file with good proportions, free of modification, cleaned,
owner mark, a nice plane; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t33b.jpg $140.00
WP16 Rare 1/8" ogee by Okines; 18th century English plan, I
don't recall seeing one this size before; in fine as found
shape, with owner mark, perfect for cabinetwork; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t33.jpg $165.00
WP17 1/2" cove and astragal by H.Wetherell/Chatham; a never
messed with example by a notable earlier Connecticut maker;
still with original surface, free of alteration, beech body
with flat chamfers, owner mark, a nice plane; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t33a.jpg $175.00
WP18 1" square, square ovolo, square by Moon of London; an odd
profile in sound worker shape, the square at the right was
slightly pared so that strip of wood could be secured to
make the plane cut the square ovolo and square portion;
owner mark, some banging at the heel:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t34.jpg $125.00
WP19 Mathieson 1/2" square and cove; a simple and attractive
profile that isn't as common as might be thought; in fine
worker shape, with owner mark, it saw limited use:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t35.jpg $120.00
WP20 Unused pair of Bickford side rounds; made in the manner
of 18th century beech planes, the compliment a set of
hollows and rounds; the narrow 3/8"; price them new to
realize instant savings with these; bottom two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t36.jpg $275.00
WP21 Ulmia fillister; adjustable steel fence and stop, with
nicker to score the wood, a grip is below the iron; little
used, usual Ulmia quality, it can be used as is after
honing the iron; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t38.jpg $110.00
WP22 Shouldering plane (sometimes called a dovetail plane) by
Malloch&Son/Perth; a plane peculiar north of Hadrian's
Wall, most are owner made, this one is by a quality maker;
dusty from sitting in a working shop, it has a steel plated
side and portion of the sole where it forms the V-shape cut;
 a nicker iron to score the wood, and in much nicer condition
than normally found; owner mark, no one is quite sure what
the found is, but I suspect it's for working a tenon's
shoulder to clean it up to its corner with the tenon's cheek;
avery nice example; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t44.jpg $125.00
WP23 Pair of 1/2" match planes by Mathieson; as found workers
that are dusty; free of modification, they center the
groove on 1/2" thick stock and can be used 1/8"+/- on
other thicknesses; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t53.jpg $80.00
WP24 Ulmia horn smoothing plane with fruitwood body and lignum
sole; adjustable mouth, iron lever cap, little used, dusty
from sitting in a shop, it's the standard German/Austrian
pattern; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t53.jpg $80.00
WP25 3/4" Ogee by Varvill/York; free of alteration, dark patina,
dusty, owner mark, perfect size for today's standard stock
thickness with unlimited uses:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t56.jpg $90.00
WP26 1/2" double bead by A.Cumings/Boston; fully boxed beads cut
left and right, never cleaned, with owner mark, a small
chip in the boxing ahead of the mouth; old finish, it can
work both sides of a board and be flipped end for end when
grain change causes tear-out; a fine worker; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t60a.jpg $120.00
WP27 Adjustable door or double bevel plane by Bensen&Crannell;
as nice as they come, maybe used a couple times, it cuts
a bevel left and right, the middle of the plane runs in a
groove cut for the panel; made like a common sash plane,
diamond shape brass bushings surround the countersunk
screws that used to set the width of cut a la a sash plane;
a style of plane that seems to be peculiar to the Albany
area of New York, a more elaborate example patented by M.B.
Tidey, et al, created their overkill example around the
Finger Lakes region of NY; regardless of the maker, none
are common as they are so special purpose; a relic and
likely the best example of its kind extant; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t60b.jpg $285.00
WP28 Mander&Dillin patented chamfer plane; a great example,
barely used, stamped with makers' names, Philadelphia
location, patent applied for, and the 1885 patent date;
not a breakthrough design, one of the 'inventors' was
from England and brought that country's box chamfer de-
sign to the US and patented it; no owner marks, never
messed with, as nice as they come; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t60.jpg $235.00
WP29 7/8" reverse ogee and fillet by Griffiths/Norwich; barely
used, fine proportions, not the typical flatter Grecian
version, no owner marks:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t61.jpg $110.00
WP30 3/4" square, cove, and square by Nurse; skewed iron, barely
used, pleasing profile, owner mark, and great size for
modern stock:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t62.jpg $120.00
WP31 Pair of skewed #8 hollow and round planes by Turtle/Croydon;
as found, free of modification, some minor staining, and
will work just as well as those made by Rabbet/Silverstone;
bottom two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t76.jpg $80.00
WP32 Pair of #1 hollow and round planes; the narrowest of the
standard set, by Brain-late-Shepley; as found, dark patina,
free of modification, owner mark, the face of the irons
need polishing; right two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t78.jpg $85.00
WP33 Half-set of even number hollows and rounds by Mathieson;
always together, save for the #8, which is a replacement
by Mathieson; free of modification, and as found, normal
grunge from sitting, like all wooden planes that have sat
for decades unused, the irons have some rust, the faces
want to be cleaned/polished; a nice set:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t80.jpg $690.00
WP34 Toted solid boxwood screw arm plough plane by Arrowmammet
Works of Middletown, CT; a bit larger size than what's
normally found, it has great patina; offered as a worker,
the horn of the tote has a splinter off it, there's is
some checking on the right cheek about the mortice (still
holds the wedge fine, boxwood is amazing how it can check),
and the small hold screw for the depth stop is MIA (most
plough planes don't have this 'feature' as it's rather
pointless); sounds like a woofer, but it's not, it's still
100% usable as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t81a.jpg $145.00
WP35 New old stock E.C.E scrub plane; the popular German horned
style, it's roughly the size of a #40, the 1 1/4" width
iron is ground with a radius, it can be honed and used as
is; does what the #40 does but for less money; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t89.jpg $70.00
WP36 Exotic wood smoothing plane; a denser and heavy dark wood,
perhaps lignum, it's an owner made plane typical of coastal
New England's countless shipwrights; 9" long, 1 5/8" double
iron, free of damage about the wedge mortice, strike button
on heel, expected minor wear on sole, it will make a fine
worker; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t99.jpg $95.00
WP37 Adjustable 18th century dovetail plane by John Green; very
uncommon plane for this era, it features a sliding fence
and stop that's adjacent to the nicker; skewed iron allows
working crossgrain, the fence sets the side of the dove-
tail; in fine shape, with owner mark; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t114a.jpg $285.00
WP38 Shipwright's 18" jack/fore plane with the classic razee
pattern where the surface behind the iron is lower than it
is forward of the iron, this design is believe to allow
the plane to work easier on non horizontal surfaces; as
found, barely used, the stock is a coarse grain exotic with
an oak look, the closed tote a mahogany, the mixing of
woods on these planes is the rule rather than the exception;
wedge is a replacement, you can fashion one out some other
exotic to compliment the plane; 1 1/2" double iron by Buck
Bros. forms a very fine mouth; some knots in the stock,
with normal checks, the plane shows no real signs of use;
dates to pre-WWI, it'll make a great worker as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t116a.jpg $135.00
WP39 22" Mathieson jointer; little used, dry surface, still with
decal remnants at toe, original width mouth, 2 1/2" double
iron, shows normal scuffs though it's far nicer than what's
typically found; a solid worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t123.jpg $125.00


MS1 Nickel plated drill index for sizes 1 through 60; made by
Standard Tool Co. of Cleveland, OH, it's in fine shape and
is ready to make order out of your twist drill mess; and
you thought herding cats was impossible, trying finding a
proper diameter twist drill without this; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t1.jpg $70.00
MS2 Marples 1" screw box with matching tap and sample; in the
original box, used a few times and put away after its first
owner was bored screwing around with it; ca.1970, in ready
to go condition; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t1.jpg $80.00
MS3 Starrett No.S167D radius gauge set; complete, barely used,
in original wallet, stainless steel, ready to use; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t1.jpg $60.00
MS4 4" drawknife with splayed handles; in sound, as found worker
shape, it has turned wooden knobs that an owner painted red;
a fine quality tool for finer work, these were very popular
with patternmakers, carvers, modelmakers, etc.; owner initial
stamped in spine; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t2.jpg $55.00
MS5 Bridge City Tool double dovetail gauge with sliding head,
their DS-6 with the dovetail blade offered as an option;
lightly used, the ends of the 6 1/2" long blade are tapered
for 1:6:1 and 8:1; functions like a common double square; in
ready to use condition; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t2.jpg $115.00
MS6 Ames Patent 6" combination center finder and square; a clever
design that proved popular among machinists and woodworkers,
it's by Darling, Brown & Sharpe; can be used as is or
cleaned of its tarnish spots, a minor area of pitting at the
end of the blade doesn't hinder its use; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t2.jpg $90.00
MS7 Lie-Nielsen 11" open handle dovetail saw with leather guard;
15ppt, filed rip, little used, some tarnish on spine will
wipe off; earlier production; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t3.jpg $125.00
MS8 Union #42 match plane; the equivalent of the Stanley #49,
it workers thinner stock, and works just like and as well
as the Stanley, it's much less common than the Stanley;
Stanley ultimately bought the leftover stock of these and
resold them with their name on it; a quality worker in
cleaner than usual condition; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t3.jpg $90.00
MS9 Preston No.22 miniature router; nickel plated, Record re-
numbered this one to 722 after purchasing Record; in fine
condition, with all plating, the 1/4" cutter can be swapped
between two positions and the screw doesn't have to be re-
moved to secure it like it does with the Stanley #271; a
quality tool, the cutter can be honed and used as is;
bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t4.jpg $85.00
MS10 Clifton No.410 small rabbet and shoulder plane; patterned
after the Preston and Record production, this one saw very
little use, there some superficial rust that will easily
clean, the worst of it is visible in the image; 5 1/4" long,
5/8" cutter; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t4.jpg $155.00
MS11 Ohio Tool Co. 05C corrugated jack plane; a much nicer than
usual example, free of damage, and with all original parts;
grained knob and tote, thick tapered iron with globe logo
stamped in it; a worker or an upgrade for the Ohio Tool
Co. fan club; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t5.jpg $85.00
MS12 Sargent No.415 oversize jack plane; an uncommon model, it's
earlier production with oval logo on the iron and patent
date stamped in the lateral lever; all original parts, in-
cluding the lever cap that has the model number cast into
it; free of damage, cleaner than usual shape, and in sound
worker condition; much less common than the Stanley #5 1/2,
it has the 2 1/4" iron, proving that Sargent was copying
Stanley early on; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t6.jpg $120.00
MS13 #4 1/2 oversize smoothing plane made by Stanley with the
Lakeside brand name of Montgomery Wards; a sound worker
in as found condition, with some superficial rust that will
quickly clean; no damage, it'll do what the Stanley does
but for less money; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t6.jpg $95.00
MS14 Unique #2 size infill smoothing plane; owner made, nicely
done, with walnut stuffing, it's likely Scottish; 6 1/2"
long, 1 3/4" wide iron, cast body shows the normal small
crack radiating upward from the strike button, it can't
grown any longer; pivoting brass bridge, this is a nice
wee plane; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t7.jpg $255.00
MS15 Lie-Nielsen #95L left hand edge trimming block plane; in
the original box, may have been used once; out of stock,
instant gratification for those impatient to wait for it
to be back in production; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t7.jpg $165.00
MS16 James Swan 10" folding handle drawknife; an uncommon pro-
duct by this great firm, it saw little use and can be honed
and used as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t8.jpg $85.00
MS17 Starrett No.453A adjustable square in its original box;
ready to go, little used, 2 1/2" graduated hardened rule;
owner very lightly scratched initials on the handle; best
 quality; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t8.jpg $70.00
MS18 Adjustable bench stop; round casting makes for easy mount-
ing, a leaf spring keeps the dog at the desired height; un-
used, it's by Richards Wilcox and is new old stock; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t8.jpg $55.00
MS19 Starrett No.136 cross test level; new, in the original box,
ready to go; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t9.jpg $55.00
MS20 6" combination square with hardened rule and head; ready to
use, by Lufkin, and fine quality or Detroit's automotive
industry would have been on par with East Germany's Trabant
or 'Yugoslovakia's' Yugo; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t9.jpg $60.00
MS21 Same as previous, but 4"; ready to go, it was found with
the previous, and was never used on to manufacture a Lada;
bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t9.jpg $50.00
MS22 12" drawknife by Marples; looks to be new old stock, with
some minor storage tarnish, the turned handles have their
original decals; perspective of the image makes it appear
the forging is narrow, it's 1 3/4" at the middle of the
edge and tapers narrower to either side; a fine quality
worker and guaranteed to make you ripped; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t10.jpg $80.00
MS23 Uncommon L.Bailey/Boston scraper shave; an odd shave made
while Leonard Bailey was working in Boston prior to his
selling his product line to Stanley; two castings secure
the 2" blade that's pitched a bit steeper than other Bailey
shaves; in fine as found condition, free of damage, not
much finish remains; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t10.jpg $175.00
MS24 Very nice Slater malleable iron shoulder plane; one of the
best examples I've seen, free of damage or alteration, even
the strike button at the heel is free of munging; extra fine
mouth for working across grain, rosewood stuffing, 1 1/2"
wide iron, it can be honed and used as is; minor scuffs in
the wood, owner stamped his name in the stuffing; Slater
made great stuff; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t12.jpg $265.00
MS25 Complete Record No.311 combination rabbet, shoulder, and
bull nose plane; both nose sections are original to the
plane, the bull nose piece is taped inside the standard
nose; free of damage, it's in clean worker shape, it can
be used after honing the iron; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t12.jpg $170.00
MS26 The Miller combination inclinometer and rafter framing
square; a patented gizmo that is far too elaborate to have
generated great sales, it's an uncommon tool made by the
Hobie Miller Mfg. Co. of Burlington, IA; as found, with
superficial grime, most glazing on the 18"x24" legs, this
one still has the rotating pointer to allow its use as an
inclinometer, this part is often missing; one of the sliding
'stops' is present to allow it for laying out stair treads;
a strange tool in far nicer than usual condition; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t13.jpg $190.00
MS27 Wide straight edge by Brown&Sharpe; in an owner made wooden
sleeve, it's in super clean and ready to go condition; with
marker mark offset to the right and a 20 1/2" length, it
may have been docked long ago; no pitting or owner marks, a
fine worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t13.jpg $110.00
MS28 Unused case set of cabinetmaking setup tools by Veritas;
this is the box of deluxe parts that go with the No.32; I'm
clueless about what's what with this, I'm told (by someone
who knows best) that the long rails are missing, but are
available; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t14.jpg $95.00
MS29 Starrett combination square with centering and protractor
heads; in a custom wood box that holds each part neatly;
dusty, the 12" rule shows tarnish, it's in sound worker
condition; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t14.jpg $80.00
MS30 Two pairs of skewed bevel edge chisels by Crown Tool; honed
and forgotten, left and right skews on widths of 3/4" and
1"; exotic wood handles, good workers; left four:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t15.jpg $90.00
MS31 Matching set of six Robert Sorby gilt edge paring chisels
with exotic wood handles; bevel edge, found with previous,
honed and probably unused; widths of 1/8", 1/4", 3/8", 1/2",
3/4", and 1"; sat idle for some time, some minor superficial
rust will quickly clean; right pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t15.jpg $185.00
MS32 Bridge City Tool MS-1 miter square; earlier production,
free of damage, the brass has tarnished; 6" blade, it will
clean to be a fine worker; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t16.jpg $55.00
MS33 Manufacture froe with 5 1/2" blade; unused, dusty from
sitting in a shop, round handle, it's perfect for riving
smaller stuff; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t16.jpg $60.00
MS34 Early child's tool chest with three tools inside; good age,
pre-1900, with a nice label showing two boys busy working
with two rabbets also watching them; 10" long, the awl,
mallet, and screw driver are present, it originally had 10
tools; fine shape, a small area missing on the label, the
external hardware is present; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t17a.jpg $135.00
MS35 Jeweler's or watchmaker's vise forged with a clamp to
attach on the bench; a well made thing, it has the common
round and flat horns; good age, some minor pit spots, the
working faces are sound and will polish nicely; 4" along
the working area; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t17.jpg $85.00
MS36 Record 060 1/2 low angle block plane; ca.1990 manufacture
in as found condition in a shop, it can be honed and used
as is; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t17.jpg $40.00
MS37 Stearns adjustable sole spoke shave; if you bred a #113
circular plane with a spoke shave, this is the toolbrid
that results, it has a flexible steel sole that can be
adjusted to work curved edges/surfaces; as found, free of
the common damage, it's much nicer than usual shape; the
mouth is adjustable via a decorative bronze casting that
is set with a thumb screw; can be honed and used as is;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t18.jpg $90.00
MS38 8" backsaw by Spear&Jackson; way nicer than what's commonly
found, the spine has remnants of the bluing; extra fine
original teeth, closed handle, with a chip off the lower
horn, this will easily make a great worker; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t18.jpg $90.00
MS39 Small beech spoke shave with 1 1/4" cutter; likely made by
Marples, sole shows normal wear, plenty of life left in it,
perfect for finer worker; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t18.jpg $45.00
MS40 Six bevel edge paring chisels with boxwood handles; each in
sound worker shape, by various quality Sheffield makers of
the Sorbys, Marples, et al; widths of 1/4", 1/2", 3/4", 1",
1 1/8" (uncommon width and most used), and 1 1/2", this one
at 16"; looked after well, they can be honed and used as
is; left pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t19.jpg $255.00
MS41 Pair of boxwood handle drawbore pins; as found worker that
are in need of a clean; always together, by Marples, with
owner name stamped in handles; will make fine workers; top
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t30.jpg $110.00
MS42 6" drawknife by James Swan; little used, normal storage
grime/tarnish, best quality, perfect for finer work, will
easily clean to be a great worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t30.jpg $80.00
MS43 1 1/2" cranked bevel edge paring chisel with boxwood London
pattern handle that still has the Marples logo; barely
used, it can be honed and fed wood straight away; almost as
long as the #6 pictured with it; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t31.jpg $80.00
MS44 Clean Wm.Marples 10" backsaw; ca.1960 production, the fine
teeth are still fairly sharp, it can be used as is; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t31.jpg $90.00
MS45 Rabone No.1201 carpenter's combination square in original
box; the equivalent of the Starrett, it's machinist quality
but without the scribe and level vial and finer graduations,
it's graduated to 1/16"; ready to go; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t32.jpg $80.00
MS46 Unused and with original box Veritas concave spoke shave;
no longer made, great design and quality, photographed
within its wrapping, trust me, it's inside the paper; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t36.jpg $115.00
MS47 Veritas scraper shave; used once and then forgotten; out
of stock, a very well made tool; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t36.jpg $70.00
MS48 Pair of useful knives; a telescoping utility knife with
mahogany grips riveted to the brass body, it's a kind used
by patternmakers, leatherworkers, and many other trades;
and a double end striking knife with double bevel and awl
ends for all sorts of marking, it's typical of the kind
made by Clay and Marples; both in fine worker shape, the
former is barely used; top left two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t37.jpg $115.00
MS49 Pair of barely used chisels sold by Lee Valley; a 3/4"
bevel edge butt length and a right hand batoning chisel
that has one bevel edge and the other square so it can be
struck to work as a wedge/froe; top right two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t37.jpg $70.00
MS50 Veritas detail rabbet plane; 1/4" wide, it was used a few
times and forgotten; all kinds of trimming uses, well made,
it can be honed and used as is; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t37.jpg $55.00
MS51 Roll of Irwin twist augers along with a Clark's pattern
adjustable auger with both spurs; nearly all boring jobs
can be accomplished with this little used set, the augers
the standard 1/4" to 1" diameters in 1/16" increments, this
set was sold with the Clark's auger; ready to go, and in
the original plastic roll, which is better than cloth rolls
as it doesn't wick moisture; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t38.jpg $145.00
MS52 Woodjoy circular spoke shave; very well and looks unused,
it carries a thick iron and forms a fine mouth, it's a
worthy contender to the Millers Falls No.1 shave; turned
beech handles; no longer made, and there's no more joy at
Woodjoy as they are now extinct; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t39.jpg $110.00
MS53 Pair of Harris Tool screwed and plated spoke shaves; con-
figured like the common Sheffield design, two brass thumb
 screws set the iron's depth of cut; brass plated soles,
one flat and the other curved, made from mahogany and
another exotic that kinda sorta looks like butternut;
barely used; bottom left two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t39.jpg $110.00
MS54 Bridge City Tool TB-3 12" sliding bevel; little used, the
finish is dry, some old tape residue is visible; a solid
worker, one of the company's more useful tools; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t40.jpg $125.00
MS55 Unused Colen Clenton adjustable dovetail square; in the
original box, the head can be slid along the length of
the blade, one end to function as a square, the other for
laying out dovetails; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t40.jpg $130.00
MS56 Pair of tools, a Lee Valley copy of the Bailey pocket
Victor thumb plane and a bronze copy of the Odd Jobs all
in one tool; both in fine worker shape, barely used, and
complete; bottom right two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t40.jpg $75.00
MS57 Lie-Nielsen cross peen hammer with A2 steel head; used once,
forgotten, and ready to go; with cherry handle, out of stock,
and well made; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t41.jpg $85.00
MS58 Bridge City Tool JH-15 joint maker's hammer in bronze; used
once, forgotten, dated 1995; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t41.jpg $125.00
MS59 Lie-Nielsen cross peen hammer with bronze head; used more
than the previous tool, face shows normal bang marks;
cherry handle, and in fine worker shape; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t41.jpg $85.00
MS60 Union X4 smoothing plane; as found, embossed with the patent
date, all original parts, tote was split and glued; couple
dings behind the mouth, it's in cleaner than usual condition;
oh mama, mama look there, your children are planing at that
bench again, Unionista:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t44.jpg $125.00
MS61 Lie-Nielsen #98/#99 side rabbets; used a couple times and
forgotten, they can be honed and used as is; no longer in
production, stuff like this is priced out of this world on
that 'lectronic auction site; bottom two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t44.jpg $235.00
MS62 Record 08 jointer; fit with a Hock iron, it's in fine
worker shape, out of a working shop, no damage, it can be
honed and used as is; a worthy alternative to the Stanley;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t45.jpg $175.00
MS63 Millers Falls No.24 jointer; as found and damage free, with
normal grunge from sitting idle; ca.1950 production, it has
the two piece lever cap unique to Millers Falls; will make
a fine worker, a rather uncommon plane by a company that
worked 30 miles from where this list originates; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t45.jpg $145.00
MS64 Peck,Stow&Wilcox No.1Ex 2 1/2" slick with original turned
handle; the firm's best quality, and in an uncommon width,
it's in super clean condition, and can be sharpened and
used as is; steel is 16" long; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t45.jpg $220.00
MS65 Barrett's patent double arm marking gauge; in as close to
new condition as they come, it uses disks to do marking on
a wider range of materials than pins can do when doing
general scribing or laying out mortices; nickel plated, one
arm graduated to 1/32" increments, it was likely made by
Leavitt Machine and is marked with the OVB logo of a major
Chicago hardware merchant; hexagonal fence to keep it from
rolling about on the bench; a great quality worker; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t46.jpg $65.00
MS66 Sargent No.410 oversize smoothing plane; the equivalent of
a Stanley #4 1/2, but with a bit more mass, it's as found
and with all original parts; will clean well to make a
fine worker, a crack in the tote will glue nicely; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t47.jpg $120.00
MS67 Three T.H.Witherby chisels; a 1/2" and 1 1/2" bevel edge
parers with leather tip handles (one a later replacement)
and a 2" square edge with a replacement handle that has an
iron ring at the heel; all three fine quality workers, with
normal tarnish areas, Witherby stuff is great quality;
bottom three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t47.jpg $110.00
MS68 Preston 3 3/4" iron rabbet; earlier production with more
shapely profile than later examples, it carries a 1 1/8"
wide iron; free of damage, very clean, little used, it's
unmarked, but is definitely a Preston production; top
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t48.jpg $130.00
MS69 A.A.Wood duplex shave; a clever design that combines a
standard flat sole and a curved sole for general rounding,
it's flipped over to select which to use; made by the
company of the best hollow auger, this one saw barely any
use, it's so clean that it may be new old stock; a very
well made tool, better than what Stanley made; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t49.jpg $75.00
MS70 Unused Veritas wooden beading tool; in original packaging
with many cutters and blanks, including extra profiles not
offered standard, instructions, it's no longer made; does
what the Stanley #66 does, but in wood; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t50.jpg $80.00
MS71 Bridge City Tool DG-2 depth gauge with marking gauge roller;
tarnished, with some grunge build-up, it will clean well to
make a fine worker; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t50.jpg $95.00
MS72 Bridge City Tool TB-4 complimentary angle bevel; little
used, few minor tarnish spots, can be used as is; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t50.jpg $90.00
MS73 Millers Falls No.5 eggbeater drill; in normal used cosmetic
condition, still 100% functional, no damage, several drill
points within the handle; a very popular workhorse; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t51.jpg $65.00
MS74 Adjustable bench dog; a cam lever allows the long dog to be
raised/lowered to keep the wood still, this model has one
of the longest dogs of all at 6"; free of damage, original
red finish, simple to use, it mounts under the bench; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t51.jpg $65.00
MS75 Odd 3" turned brass plumb bob; looks more like a spinning
top than a plumb bob, it has good age and patina, normal
minor dings, tiny cap, owner initials; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t51.jpg $85.00
MS76 Miniature 4 3/4" long router with turned walnut knobs; a
unique thing, well made, 3/8" cutter has long reach for
working deeper recesses; good age, probably a pattermaker's
product for his own use, one knob has a chip off its base,
it can still be used as is; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t52.jpg $80.00
MS77 Goodell Brothers No.1 automatic drill in its original hinged
metal case and with a wooden tube or points; showing minimal
signs of use, most plating remains; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t52.jpg $120.00
MS78 Stair saw with adjustable stop; rather than sliding the
blade up into the graceful stock to set the depth of cut,
a stop performs the function by loosening the brass wing
nuts; very well made, free of damage, hang hole in the
handle, 6 1/2" blade is still fairly sharp; a great tool
for making stopped saw cuts, like those commonly used on
stair stringers of best quality; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t52.jpg $85.00
MS79 Three Lie-Nielsen cutters; a toothed cutter for the #62,
another cutter of the #62 size, but ground with a square
edge (for scraping), and a 1 3/8" block plane iron; appear
unused; bottom three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t53.jpg $115.00
MS80 Three flat leg dividers of different lengths; a 2 1/2"
and 6" (rounded measurements of legs) by Starrett, and a
4" by Millers Falls; spring joints with the knurled grip;
as found, in good worker shape; bottom three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t54.jpg $115.00
MS81 Roll of 10 chip carving knives; in fine shape, barely
used, some still with original plastic protector, right-
most is Pfeil, several are Wayne Barton; a quality set
at a fraction of the new cost; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t55.jpg $190.00
MS82 Lie-Nielsen #271 open throat router with stop collar;
little used, in fine worker shape; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t55.jpg $90.00
MS83 Adjustable beech spoke shave by Dave's Shaves; best quality
since last century, 2 3/4" cutter is set with brass nuts,
appears unused; great balance, Dave's stuff is better than
the originals; bottom middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t55.jpg $85.00
MS84 Record No.2506S side rabbet with adjustable stop; a clean
worker that saw little use, dusty, criss-cross cutters for
left and right work, the nose section can be removed for
stopped work; a clever design first made by Preston; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t55.jpg $95.00
MS85 Clean set of six Buck Bros. square edge chisels; still with
original glazing, maybe used once or twice, original turned
handles, widths of 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", and 1",
this one 11 1/2" long; best quality, ca.WWI production;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t57.jpg $185.00
MS86 Seven rasps and files by Nicholson; some unused, those that
were barely so, each with wooden handle; round and flat,
great quality by a longtime American maker; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t57.jpg $85.00
MS87 James Swan auger handle; made of fruitwood, earlier pro-
duction, stamped with name and Swan logo, it can accept
standard augers with its square "chuck", a handle moves
the innards to secure the auger in place; usual best Swan
quality; a fine worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t58.jpg $75.00
MS88 Windsor beader; of the three different models, this is the
middle production and proved to be the most popular; single
round cutter (came with two) is rotated to select the profile
to work; as found, no damage, normal rust/grunge from sitting,
most black finish remains; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t58.jpg $115.00
MS89 Lie-Nielsen 12" backsaw; 13ppi crosscut, barely used, the
steel was waxed to protect it; a solid worker, I don't
believe this length is made anymore; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t58.jpg $185.00
MS90 Marples M4 in original presentation box; the best box by
any maker, the plane is French fit within, a fabric-like
lining surrounds all but the left cheek; original decals
and hang tag on the rosewood knob and tote, the cover has
a clear plastic insert so the plane can be seen; great
quality, unused, this is a great example; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t59.jpg $175.00
MS91 Gunmetal 3 1/2" chariot plane; an odd one, likely Scottish,
it has a molded bridge, the rosewood bed is extended beyond
the casting; shaped rosewood wedge with classic molding
plane finial, the wood and casting show knocks and dings
from years of use, there's still plenty left in it; 1 1/4"
iron is bedded bevel up; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t63.jpg $180.00
MS92 Colorful pocket catalogue, the "Sawyer's Own Book" by
Emerson, Smith & Co. of Beaver Falls, PA; a catchy cover
that shows a man's head glancing to the right, an "'S" and
arrow is there for someone who has never opened a book,
pointing to the edge and inviting the eyes to open it; the
bottom of the cover states "if you don't use saws, hand
this to someone who does", the marketing department for
this company could have worked equally well for P.T.Barnum;
dated 1887, it contains some useful info for saws, touts
the company's circular, band, gang, and crosscut (for two
people) saws as well as saw tools like gummers, swages,
and mandrels, files, a diamond holder to dress emery
wheels, and, of all things, a speed indicator; all sorts
of testimonials you can reference, but, remember, dead
men tell no tales; 120 pages of info, illustrations, and
bluster, there's even verbiage for cutting frozen timber
and the blow-by-blow results of the $100 of gold paid
during the 1874 Great Sawing Contest that ABC's Wide World
of Sports must have missed; in great shape noting a couple
dogeared pages at the back probably due to countless people
catching up on the Great Sawing Contest, you can, too, with
this, which will make for interesting banter down pub wif
yer mates; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t63.jpg $85.00
MS93 Record 04 1/2 oversize smoothing plane; an as found worker
showing normal signs of careful use; no damage, same fine
quality as a Stanley; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t64.jpg $95.00
MS94 Boxed set of six Irwin pattern augers; made for those who
don't need the full set, this one has the commonly used
diameters of 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", and 1"; each
in fine worker shape, little used, and the best pattern
for general work; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t64.jpg $75.00
MS95 Six bent rifflers by Nicholson; in the original box, earlier
production, most appear unused, all 100% usable; with wood
handles, an extra double end all metal one include; great
quality, a variety of patterns; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t65.jpg $90.00
MS96 Smithing flatter hammer; 1 3/4" by 2", radius edges along
the 2" dimension; manufactured, but no maker's mark, fine
worker shape, handle firmly attached, it's from another
hammer, these tools could be bought sans a handle and fit
with one by the purchaser; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t65.jpg $65.00
MS97 Starrett No.10 combination protractor and square on its
proper, and very uncommon, 12" rule; one of the more un-
common Starrett products, with an output far lesser than
the common combination square all know and love, two
functions are made in one head, it found appeal with
patternmakers and similar specialist wood and metal workers;
in as found condition, no damage. normal cosmetic wear,
rule shows tarnish spots, I can't recall seeing the 12"
rule before, most are found with an standard combination
square rule, this proper one is wider and has an offset
groove; a fine worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t65.jpg $265.00
MS98 3 DMT stones, two larger in holders; all little used and
still with plenty of life left in them:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t66.jpg $110.00
MS99 Enderes patented oilcan with some original copper wash;
stamped with the Albert Lea, MN location and 1911 patent
date, it has a spring-activated plunger in the bottom of
the reservoir; spout hasn't been damaged or docked, it
has the original bend for reaching into confined areas;
a handy thing of great quality, lots of woodworking tools,
notably metallic planes, benefit from a drop or two of
oil; not to be confused with a modern piece of cheap
Chinese junk; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t67a.jpg $85.00
MS100 Adze for one hand use; 5" edge, some dried duct tape ad-
hesive along the edge will scrape off, older replaced
handle, European origin, it'll will make a fine worker
once cleaned and sharpened; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t67.jpg $110.00
MS101 1 1/8" screw box with matching tap; uncommon size, the
box has integral handles for turning it; as found, in
worker shape, it was likely made by Moseley and is stamped
with retailer's name of Hill; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t67.jpg $115.00
MS102 Record 04 smoothing plane; probably unused with original
box, it has some tarnish spots from sitting; finish on
the wood is flaking, which is typical of Record planes;
as good a quality as Stanley and at a lower cost; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t68.jpg $90.00
MS103 Record 05 1/2 oversize jack plane; unused, with minor
tarnish and rust from sitting, all that can quickly be
removed; a quality worker, the wood's finish is fine on
this one; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t68.jpg $110.00
MS104 An instant collection of gimlets; big and small, short
and tall, it's gimlet-a-go-go; while gimlets don't call
for a cocktail onion, you can still have loads of fun
stabbing those with these; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t69.jpg $80.00
MS105 Hammer struck saw set; a simple, yet effective, design,
a sliding fence is adjusted to the tooth size, the plunger
is carried by a gunmetal arm; in normal used shape, a hole
was drilled in the wooden base to secure it to the bench,
or similar; manufactured, it's stamped with H.C.Holland's
name and Clapham address; owner mark; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t71.jpg $125.00
MS106 Clifton No.400 miniature rabbet; unused, in the original
box, with storage rust that will easily clean, this is
the same production of the Preston/Record design that uses
an exotic wood wedge to secure the 7/16" wide cutter; a
finely made tool for smaller work; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t71.jpg $115.00
MS107 Goodell-Pratt eggbeater drill with plated brass handle
that unscrews to store the drills (none present); a well
made tool with a three jaw chuck; as found, a drop of oil
will have it turning smoothly; well made, as is the case
for all GP stuff; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t71.jpg $55.00
MS108 Closed scorp with single wooden handle; 3 3/4" diameter,
it's a handy tool for hollowing, especially inside the
work where two hands can't fit; as found, well made, in
sound worker shape; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t72.jpg $75.00
MS109 A.A.Wood large spoke pointer; as found, grungy, free of
damage, it'll clean well to make a sound worker; shaft
is adjustable to control the working diameter, which is
a max of 1 3/4"; a necessary tool for turning round
tenons; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t72.jpg $40.00
MS110 Preston 10" ebony spirit level with the decorative brass
plating featuring circle-like patterns; never cleaned (a
miracle!), original vial, good patina, registered design,
no owner mark, a very small splinter adjacent to the vial
plating; an uncommon Preston product in this condition, so
many require welder's goggles to look at them; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t72.jpg $110.00
MS111 5/8" socket mortice chisel by James Swan; barely used, all
it needs is a honing to terrorize wood; original steel
hoop handle; best quality; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t73.jpg $60.00
MS112 Six bevel edge paring chisels with original leather tipped
turned handles; butt length, by Marples, little used, with
normal tarnish/grunge from sitting; great quality, widths
of 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8", 3/4", and 1" (this at 8 1/2"
long; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t73.jpg $140.00
MS113 Preston-style No.1385 spoke shave; an earlier effort, many
other companies copied it, this one has a shamrock motif
stamped in the iron that suggests Marples manufacture; as
found, free of damage, it will clean to make a sound
worker; sliding guides set the width of cut, it's s simple
design that is found on many such shaves, Stanley made a
a similar one, the #65; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t74.jpg $45.00
MS114 Ebony mortice gauge by Howarth (name partially over-stamped
by an owner's); a very well made tool with plenty of mass,
a screw driver sets the with by moving the sliding pin, the
fence is likewise set; lots of brass, including a circular
inlay on the reference side of the fence; plenty of life
left to the pins, it can be used as is; small countersunk
screw is a proper replacement; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t74.jpg $65.00
MS115 6" iron level by Smallwood; decorative casting on one side
and with brass plating; grooved bottom, japanned, never
cleaned, original vial; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t77.jpg $45.00
MS116 5/8" screw box with matching tap and sample; a worker in
as found condition, with owner marks; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t77.jpg $75.00
MS117 Group of five metal whacking/planishing hammers; for finer
work, variety of faces, many with original handles, all
in sound worker shape; longest head is 6"; left pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t78.jpg $135.00
MS118 Veritas left hand rabbet block plane; the company's version
of the #140, but with a fence and spur; used a couple times
and put away; fit with a Norris-style adjuster, the mouth
can be adjusted; a plane that does more than the original
#140 and the Lie-Nielsen version; some minor tarnish/rust
from storage will quickly clean; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t79.jpg $195.00
MS119 Same as previous, but the right hand configuration; top
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t79.jpg $195.00
MS120 Five cellerman's frets (gimlet); a gimlet that's also
is grooved like a twist drill is, it's a stouter tool
used by brewers, and similar, to bore a hole in the
barrel/keg and sample what's fermenting inside; in good
shape, one with a brewer's name, "Simonds Breweries" of
Reading, stamped in it; several with boxwood handles, in
fine, 0.00 BA condition; bottom pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t79.jpg $65.00
MS121 Odd inclinomter on an a dense 18" exotic wood stock; a
finely made thing, it has a professionally made look to
it but is owner made (and not one from the Suffolk lab);
a scaled protractor on one side, with a pointer that can
be fixed in position by a large nut, the other side has
a similar piece of brass sans scales, above it is a
small brass pocket level that when rocked back and forth
moves the pointer; another screw locks a bar of some
sort to the level, the bar is not present (it may be a
staff); an appealing thing, a lot of work was put into
it; ancient check is not going anywhere; the level has
a Mathieson look about it;bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t81b.jpg $395.00
MS122 14 tubes of drill points for push drivers; all very clean,
some sets, some tubes of a particular size, and all ready
to use or complete that push drill you bought for $0.50
at your local yard sale; bottom left pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t82.jpg $190.00
MS123 Group of 20 twist augers; all very clean and ready to use,
19 are Jennings pattern; a random pile of sizes, there's
surely to be enough here for you to use; no doubt some
duplicate sizes, I skimmed these from a couple tool chests
where things like this fill trays and add ballast; bottom
right pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t82.jpg $115.00
MS124 Miniature Fisher&Norris anvil; a real one with the eagle
embossed on one side and Fisher&Norris Trenton, NJ on the
other; cleaned, top shows dings from use, 3 5/8" long, not
a common product by this quality maker; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t83b.jpg $385.00
MS125 New old stock 4" boxwood caliper rule; finely made, with
graduation of inches on both side, one edge is metric; it
advertises the Whitecross Co. of England; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t83.jpg $55.00
MS126 4" Coes patented nut wrench; the "baby" Coes, it's always
in demand for its perfectly scaled down size of the most
popular wrench made by the company and sent all over the
globe; in great as found condition, the jaws aren't all
munged, clearly stamped with company name and the 1869
patent date, the handle looks to be rosewood; minor knocks,
it compliments well your collection of working miniaturized
tools; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t83.jpg $135.00
MS127 Pair of Pike hard Arkansas slip stones; unused, both with
labels, one in the original box, the wedge shape profiles
allow them to work gouges and similar curved items; 3" and
4 1/2" lengths, best quality; top two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t84.jpg $115.00
MS128 Four long and wide spoon gouges; made by a talented tool-
smith, these came out of the Fore River area south of
Boston where a major shipbuilding trade flourished; of a
quality as good as anything made anywhere, the were made
ca.WWI; a pair with old turned handles, two without a
handle, widths are 1 3/8" and 1 1/2" with different sweeps;
the forgings are 11"+ long; guaranteed to be fine workers,
they can be honed and used as is; bottom four:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t84.jpg $245.00
MS129 Tiranti caver's vise with its original securing screw;
this is an earlier production of much nicer quality than
the later ones, many of which don't have the mounting
screw; finely made vise by a London firm that specialized
in the best carving tools, it's constructed of wood with a
metal screw; good age, carefully used, the 3" jaws are
lined with cork and fabric; designed to rotate 360 degrees
 over the bench, the securing screw is rarely found with it;
  ready to use, a lot of mass for the money and a fan favorite
for serious carvers in England:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t85a.jpg $235.00
MS130 Single twist L'Hommedieu & Tracey's "ship augers" in their
original wooden box; made in Yalesville, CT, they saw barely
any use, there are 12 in diameters from 1/4" to 7/8", the
longest is 16"; lead screw to draw them into the wood, this
is a solid pattern for rugged work, they fit a common brace;
an uncommon pattern, rarely found this numerous and in this
condition, they were sold by C.E.Jennings; box is rough; if
you're into augers, you'll love these; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t86.jpg $255.00
MS131 Three augers for a boring machine; proper ones, not ones
cut down and reworked from common T-augers, each stamped
with Snell Mfg. Co., a quality maker that supplied these
to the makers of the machines; superficial grime that will
easily clean, these haven't sat festering in a drywall
compound bucket, they will make great workers, in the use-
ful diameters of 1", 1 1/2", and 2"; bottom three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t86.jpg $125.00
MS132 Yankee No.992 machinist vise with 2" hardened jaws; a
quality tool made prior to Stanley's acquisition, it's
in as found condition with usual grime; on a No.1992
base that allows it to rotate, it's fully function, an
owner replaced the locking lever with a hex head screw,
he may have snapped that off, regardless, the base is
tossed in for free; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t87.jpg $65.00
MS133 Precision vise with 1 3/8" hardened jaws; no maker mark,
it's a quality vise that appear unused and with the crinkle
finish that was popular during the 40's to 60's; ready to
use, it's quality is better than a Prentice, a circular
anvil is behind the back jaw; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t87a.jpg $70.00
MS134 Winchester No.9997 marking gauge; the copy of the Stanley
#97 with a single graduated arm that has a roller to do
the marking; as found, it has general superficial pitting,
it's an uncommon Winchester branded tool; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t87.jpg $40.00
MS135 5/16" socketed mortice chisel by Buck Bros.; a clean worker
with leather tip handle (an old replacement), best quality,
it can be honed and used as is; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t88.jpg $55.00
MS136 Seven machinist's tools out of a patternmaker's chest;
each usable, with normal grime and tarnish from sitting,
all Starrett save for one rule tool, they will clean well
to make fine workers; owner initials on some, there is a
marking gauge, a bevel, protractor, two hermaphrodite
calipers, and two rule accessories; bottom pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t88.jpg $115.00
MS137 Reproduction fence and arms assembly for the Victor No.14
combination plane; often missing or damaged, this part is
a direct copy off an original and will make that otherwise
unsightly plane of yours much more attractive, it's next
to impossible to find original parts for these unique
planes, it's a design that Leonard Bailey didn't get right,
his major failure in plane design; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t89.jpg $185.00
MS138 Reproduction depth stop for the Victor No.14 combination
plane; yours is missing this part, too, with this and the
previous, you've completed it at a fraction of the cost
if buying it complete in the first place; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t89.jpg $85.00
MS139 Good machinist's hammer with 3 1/2" long head on a slender
original handle; good age, ready to use, it features a flat
face and a ball peen; pre-1900 and made by gifted tradesman
for his own use; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t90.jpg $55.00
MS140 Pair of nippers; a Hall's 1878 patent, this one has a nick
in the cutting edge, and an earlier Starrett that's stamped
with the two patent dates; fine quality and it good shape
noting the nick; bottom left two:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t90.jpg $75.00
MS141 Hold-Fast sliding bevel with 6" blade; cleaner than what's
normally found, a fine worker, it sets easily with lever
to locks the blade at the desired position; bottom right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t90.jpg $55.00
MS142 Fireman's hatchet with original leather sheath that can
fit on a belt; manufactured, but no maker mark, it's
definitely American and probably ca.1950; remnants of the
red finish remains, it features a standard cutting edge
as well as a ripping spike; fine quality and a sound
worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t91.jpg $75.00
MS143 10" Spofford brace by Fray; in solid worker shape, typical
as found cosmetic condition, a popular design for securing
nearly all auger styles; bottom left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t91.jpg $80.00
MS144 10" Yankee No.2101 brace; pre-Stanley manufacture, as
found, fully functional, grungy from sitting idle, a rugged
worker, this one was made for the Bell System; bottom
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t91.jpg $85.00
MS145 Sargent made jack plane with the Fulton brand name; were
it not for the brand name, you'd never know this isn't a
Sargent branded plane, the lever cap has the Sargent No.
414 cast in it and the main casting is embossed with the
same model number; a worker with all original parts, it'll
do what the Stanley does for less money; a harmless chip
in the tote is hardly worth mentioning; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t92.jpg $75.00
MS146 Star marking gauge with rolling disk to mark the work
rather than the standard pin, I can't recall seeing this
model before; not stamped with the Star name, there's no
doubt it's made by this firm as it uses the clever twist
fence to lock it on the graduated 8" arm; normal knocks,
free of cracks, owner mark; a very uncommon model; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t92.jpg $135.00
MS147 Union No. X4 3/8 oversize smoothing plane; as found and
repainted in gold finish, just think, you'll be the only
member of the exclusive Union Club to have one of gold;
no damage, iron is a replacement Stanley V-logo; small
chip off the horn of the tote; fat knob and an uncommon
size, patent date embossed adjacent to the tote's re-
ceiver; an uncommon model; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t94.jpg $295.00
MS148 Good Shepardson's 1870 patent 10" sweep brace; clearly
stamped with his name and patent date, it also is stamped
with his company name, the Shelburne Falls location is
also stamped, but weakly; some clever machining on the
jaws make this one work, they slide within the fixed
rotating shell to secure the bit; a rather uncommon de-
sign and a good one for those who are fascinated with
braces; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t95.jpg $125.00
MS149 6" sweep with good amount of original plating on the
frame; an Ives patent it was manufactured by Holt Mfg.
Co. of Hartford, CT, that's the only marking on it; a
well made tool, in solid worker shape, and perfect for
finer control while boring; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t95.jpg $90.00
MS150 Unique trammel points on its original 30" mahogany beam;
a tool that is made to perfection, it features a fixed
head with a fine adjustment screw to tweak it to a pre-
cion not possible by sliding with a hand; the sliding
head can run the length of the beam, it has a telescoping
point that can be flipped around to reveal a knife end
for finer marking or cutting, the point is secured with
a knurled thumb screw (point is within the head lower
than the other when photographed, it can be made even or
longer than the other); never polished, great patina, this
is a tool with so much more charisma than anything made
new today; heads are 7" long, including the points, this
is a tool for those who appreciate quality and thoughtful
design; owner mark on beam; in great condition, they can
be used as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t96a.jpg $255.00
MS151 Starrett #16 double square protractor on a 24" rule; an
uncommon product, it was used by patternmakers and similar
precision woodworking trades; as found, free of damage,
it can be used as a bevel, square, and inclinometer; a
solid worker, both vials original, some japanning loss on
the casting, rule shows normal grime from sitting; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t96.jpg $275.00
MS152 Side axe by Vaughn; useful for rough shaping, it has a
flat back and a bevel on the front, it removes a lot of
waste quickly prior to finer tools; original handle, good
amount of original finish, 4 1/4" edge; made for right
hand use; guaranteed to be great quality; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t96.jpg $65.00
MS153 Disston D23 24" 10pt crosscut; looks to have been sharpened
recently, carved apple handle, some superficial rust from
sitting will clean easily to make this above average con-
dition; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t97.jpg $140.00
MS154 Extra clean, nearly new, Atkins No.401 26" 8pt crosscut
with rosewood handle; sharp and ready to go, a very nice
saw of fine quality; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t97.jpg $165.00
MS155 Disston No.12 26" 6pt rip with carved handle; recently
sharpened, it looks blah, but it's not, that's general
tarnish on the blade; a fine quality worker; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t97.jpg $140.00
MS156 Nearly new condition Goodell-Pratt No.5 1/2 two speed
eggbeater drill; the cleanest I've offered, some cosmetic
loss to the finish on the spokes of the drive gear is the
most noteworthy; ready to go, one of GP's finest drills;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t98.jpg $155.00
MS157 8" folding handle drawknife by Winstead Edge Tool, the
successor to T.H.Witherby; as found, little used, most
finish remains on the wooden handles that fold back onto
the edge to protect that and your fingers; a couple of
very small chips in the edge; a quality worker; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t98.jpg $65.00
MS158 Preston nickel plated spoke shave; fancy cast model with
the adjusting nut to set the 2" cutter; flat sole, most
plating remains, a Preston classic; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t98.jpg $65.00
MS159 Larger Ibex palm plane with adjustable 'frog'; slightly
curved sole in two directions, looks unused, well made,
3 1/2" long; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t99.jpg $160.00
MS160 Darling, Brown&Sharpe 8" try square with inlaid handle
of rosewood; as found, free of damage, dark patina, some
minor pit spots on blade, as is normal on early squares,
wood shows scuffs/scratches; far from a dog, a fine
quality tool; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t99.jpg $110.00
MS161 8 shallow sweep carving gouges by Ashley Iles; most were
honed and then not used; widths from 1/4" to 1 5/16"; one
is a straight chisel; some tarnish from storage, fine
quality workers; left group:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t100.jpg $160.00
MS162 Five deeper sweep carving gouges by Ashley Iles; same
condition as previous, widths from 1/2" to 1"; some loose
ferrules, it's very dry during winter here; right group:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t100.jpg $120.00
MS163 Four good honing stones; all in barely used condition,
finer grits, two in original cases including a Hard
Translucent Arkansas by Norton, a Hard Arkansas by Dan's
Whetstone Co, and two others, one mounted on its base;
good pile of workers; the Dan's is 8"x3" and in the wood
case; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t101.jpg $170.00
MS164 Three front bent gouges of shallow sweep by Ashley Iles;
same condition as previous Iles' carvers, 5/16", 3/8"
(this is flat), and 1/2"; good quality workers; bottom
left three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t101a.jpg $95.00
MS165 Three V-shape carving chisels by Ashley Iles; same con-
dition as previous, two of 1/8" width (one missing ferrule),
and a 1/4"; bottom middle three:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t101a.jpg $85.00
MS166 Three skew carving chisels by Ashley Iles; same condition
as previous; widths of 1/8", 1/4", and 1/2"; bottom right
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t101a.jpg $95.00
MS167 Veritas low angle spoke shave; probably with the A2 cutter,
used a couple times, it's patterned after the Razor Edge
Stanley design; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t102.jpg $70.00
MS168 Earlier Starrett 4" combination square; as found, free of
damage, normal tarnish, it's an uncommon model as the rule
is metric, it may be illegal to use this in US and UK, but
check with the authorities prior to purchase; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t102.jpg $55.00
MS169 Four Ashley Iles carving chisels; three narrower deep
sweeps of 1/8", two of 1/2" (same sweep), and a 1/8" V
(the original buyer of these must have had a strange
obsession with 1/8" V chisels); same condition as previous
Iles' carvers; bottom left four:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t102a.jpg $70.00
MS170 Nine Ashley Iles fishtail carving gouges; 1/8" to 7/16"
widths, same condition as previous carvers from this
source); bottom right pile:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t102a.jpg $180.00
MS171 Millers Falls No.67 router; identical to the Stanley #71,
in the original box (solid, with some discoloration of the
cover), it has the adjustable fence, three cutters, and
throat closing assembly; as good as anything Stanley made,
a fine worker; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t105.jpg $155.00
MS172 Clean Winchester No.3005 smoothing plane; a #4 size plane
made by Sargent for the famous gun company, it's a very
nice example with all original parts; never messed with,
general tarnish to give it a nice patina, japanning is
90%+; a nice example of solid quality as a worker or one
for the collector; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t106.jpg $120.00
MS173 Scottish smoothing plane; overstuffed, closed tote, nice
lines, never cleaned, gunmetal lever cap; walnut stuffing,
all of it secured with wood screws, as is common on cast
planes, the bun is loose, one replacement screw can be
removed and a new hole bored in the wood to realign it;
bruise at back of mouth; iron is an old replacement, a 2"
wide and thicker one would do it better; a nice looking
plane, and an easy project for one wanting something to
restore; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t107.jpg $165.00
MS174 Steer's Patent #303 smoothing plane; an unsightly example
for parts salvage or resurrecting from the dead; two rose-
wood strips in the sole (short ones) are missing, tote is
damage, heavy rust, rest of the parts are present; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t108.jpg $65.00
MS175 Preston No.1388P quirk router with three original fences
and three original cutters; vernier adjuster, this is a
well made and useful tool for cutting grooves along any
edge; no damage, most finish remains, a nice example that
is not often found with this many parts; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t108.jpg $135.00
MS176 Stanley made Defiance model jack plane with the brand
name Hudson Forge Co. stamped on the iron, a brand I can't
recall seeing before (there is a Hudson Tool Co., but this
isn't that); in fine shape, used once or twice, dates to
the 1930's, it has the characteristic red and yellow
finish that Stanley was using on the Defiance line, a line
of tools aimed at the home handyman; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t109.jpg $65.00
MS177 Robert Sorby Gilt Edge try square; used a few times, it
has shop dust and some tarnish on the blued 10" blade; a
fine quality worker, the handle is a brass I-shape forging
with the exotic wood applied; a worker:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t110.jpg $40.00
MS178 15" No.133 Starrett combination level and inclinometer;
barely used, all three original vials, grooved bottom fo
round edges, one vial is mounting in a pivoting tube to
measure pitch; a great quality tool; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t110.jpg $85.00
MS179 Roll of several bits, including center, nosing, countersink,
screw driver (split nut and standard), reamers, etc., the
old style roll that countless braces used for decades, they
can fit most modern braces as well; as found, normal grime
from sitting decades in a leather roll; a good pile of
them: bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t110.jpg $110.00
MS180 Veritas ball joint scraper; out of stock, in original
box, with the extra carbide blade holder, it's a tool
for all sorts of scraping jobs; probably unused, some
storage tarnish/rust, with instructions; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t111.jpg $60.00
MS181 Veritas bar gauge; in the original box, maybe used once,
complete, it allows measuring/transferring dimension with-
out using a rule (something I do often when making stuff),
can also be used for testing squareness by checking diagonal
distances; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t111.jpg $55.00
MS182 17 James Swan chisels; a pile of bevel edge and square
edge, some with original handles, some with replacements,
some without; various widths, all are usable after a
clean/honing; an instant collection:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t112.jpg $225.00
MS183 Millers Falls No.1 eggbeater drill; a very clean example,
with most of the decal on the handle, the cap unscrews for
bit/point storage; fine worker shape, three jaw chuck, it
can be used as is; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t113.jpg $75.00
MS184 Eight outcannel gouges James Swan including a new old stock
James Swan of 1 1/8" (just shy) width; all in fine worker
shape; 1/2" to 1 1/4" widths; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t113.jpg $125.00
MS185 Lie-Nielsen 45 degree pitch frog for #4 1/2, #5 1/2, and
#7 bench planes; probably unused, some tarnish on the
lateral lever; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t114.jpg $60.00
MS186 Same as previous, but 50 degree pitch for the same size
planes note above; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t114.jpg $60.00
MS187 Bridge City Tool HP-4 chamfer plane; the signature series
2002 edition with owner initial and his serial number of
1919; maybe used once, with extra cutter and allen wrench;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t115.jpg $285.00
MS188 Bridge City Tool commemorative CT-9 crowning plane; dated
2001, with owner initials and same serial number as pre-
vious; probably unused, some minor handling tarnish, a
finely made plane of silicon bronze and steel dovetailed
together; right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t115.jpg $495.00
MS189 9" Fitchburg Level; an uncommon length (it's real length
is 8 1/2"), free of damage and modification, the two
plumb vials are dry, but not damaged; japanning is 90%;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t117.jpg $190.00
MS190 12" Athol Machine Co. cast iron level with pitch adjuster
at one end; an uncommon model, grooved bottom for reference
on round surfaces; free of damage, glossy japanning, all
three vials original and working; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t117.jpg $135.00
MS191 Bronze luthier's thumb plane; with slight radius in both
directions, 1/2" cutter, 1 3/8" long, it's not a cheap-o
product, it looks to have good age, the cutter is ground
on both ends, one for the radius sole and one straight
across; left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t118.jpg $85.00
MS192 6" divider with telescoping leg (that can be removed for a
pencil); later Osborne product, brass bushing at hinge, it
saw limited use; fine adjustment feature, the wing nut
bites the arm well; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t118.jpg $40.00
MS193 Miniature stake anvil; a finely made thing of good age,
it's 2" across the top with the standard flat and round
horns; not some modern creation, this must have been made
to use, one corner of the rectangular flat area shows
some wear; I can't recall seeing one this size; middle:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t118.jpg $165.00
MS194 Four smaller special purpose stake tools; fine quality,
probably by Dixon or a similar maker, they were found
with other Dixon stakes; an irregular curvature, a round
dome, another irregular curvature with two working areas,
and a teardrop-shape; all four in fine worker shape, some
very minor bang marks and a superficial pit spot or two,
they can be used as is; top four:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t119.jpg $190.00
MS195 Dixon No.11 16" stake anvil; rectangular surface that
tapers at the other end; barely used, some minor tarnish,
it can be used as is; semi-steel, great quality; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t119.jpg $135.00
MS196 Dixon No.71 round stake anvil with flat face; roughly 2"
face, clean and in fine worker shape; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t120.jpg $110.00
MS197 Domed round stake anvil with a roughly 3 1/2" diameter;
top is nicely polished, the margins shows some tarnish
and very minor superficial pit spots, it can still be
used as is right out of the box if for nothing else to
mash potatoes; top right:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t120.jpg $125.00
MS198 Dixon No.14 double curvature stake anvil; semi steel, 10"
long, clean and nicely polished, it can be used as is;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t120.jpg $135.00
MS199 Large mahogany drill caddy by Morse Twist Drill of New
Bedford, MA; patented in 1902, it's a clever design that
has a rotating cover with two openings, one of which is
ever exposed by selecting one of two diameter ranges for
the drills inside, these are 17/64" to 1/16" and 1/2" to
9/32"; many drills inside, I haven't verified their con-
dition, they are tossed in for free; in fine worker shape,
some minor blistering of the plating on the cover; 7"
tall; top left:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t121.jpg $110.00
MS200 Five spring joint calipers by Starrett; clean workers of
inside and outside configurations, lengths of 4" and 6",
with owner initials neatly stamped in the leg; bottom:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t121.jpg $65.00
MS201 Millers Falls No.8 smoothing plane; a super clean, used
once or twice, example with 99.99% original finishes; some
expected storage tarnish/rust can be left alone or cleaned,
it's a quality alternative to the Stanley #3; top:
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t122.jpg $80.00
MS202 Veritas low angle jack plane; used once or twice and then
forgotten, it can be honed and used as is; I assume the
iron is A2, a fine quality modern take of the Stanley #62;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t122.jpg $225.00
MS202 Dixon No.12 double horn stake anvil; found with the pre-
vious stake anvils, it's 12" long with a tapered flat
horn and a tapered round horn; in little used shape, with
some tarnish that will polish, it'll be a great worker;
http://www.supertool.com/forsale/mar/t123.jpg $135.00