A dual arm duplex rebate plane no.778 made in England by Record....
An early wooden plane with lambs tongue profile, almost certainly from...
A lovely early gents / ladies drawknife with boxwood handles made by I...
A good set of nine registered chisels ranging from 1/4" – 1 ½”.
Collection of 5 unused irons, we believe to be caulking irons.
An old Stanley 20 compass plane. Fitted with a blade marked ‘Stanley,...
A Record 020 compass plane in original box.
A very old, well used wooden sash fillister plane from the Kingshott...
3 early mortice chisels with oak handles made in Sheffield by Kenyon. English (Sheffield) Circa late 1800s to early 1900s.
An 8mm (5/16") socketed chisel marked 'Mathieson, Glasgow' fitted with an Ash shaped handle with striking pad.
Three William Marples socket chisels
A Marples sash mortice chisel with Boxwood handle and the distinctive trade mark on the handle.
A good old sash mortice chisel with Boxwood handle. Chisel we believe was made by Wm.Marples which would have had a transfer of the makers name on the blade.
Two Marples sash mortice chisels
Two William Marples mortice chisels: 6mm (1/4"), 10mm (3/8")
A super William Marples swan neck chisel fitted with a Beech handle. Width: 13mm (1/2")
An old Ward swan neck chisel fitted with a chunky Boxwood handle. Width: 13mm (1/2")
A wide two inch chisel marked 'Mawhood, Sheffield' and 'Parasole' along with a parasole / umbrella logo. Next to the logo is '1943' (World War II), there is also the Ministry arrow.
An early beech handled mortice chisel made by John Green. English circa late 18th century.
An old oval mortice chisel marked on the blade ‘3, Moseley & Simpson, Cast Steel’
1x Isaac Greaves Chisel - 8mm 1x Buck, Edgware Road Chisel - 11mm
2 old oak handled mortice chisels. Includes: 1x Brade & Co Chisel - 4.5mm (3/16") 1x FG Pearson &Co Ld Chisel - 10mm (3/8")
An old heavy duty mortice chisel. The blade is marked 'FGP 1945' with the ministry mark.