Vintage pen knife with ivory handle made by G.Butler, Sheffield England,...
Nickel plated combination plane no.050, comes with 18 tungsten steel...
Collection of 6 beech handled wood carving tools by various British...
A good clean folding zig zag rule no.1613 made in England by Rabone....
Collection of 5 steel rules, includes:..
72 page paperback Monument tools catalogue.
Collection of good triangular files, makers include: Tome, Bedford (x2),...
Collection of 4 plumbers tools, see photo.
A W Tyzack Sons & Turner tenon saw.NThe brass back spine is marked 'W Tyzack Sons & Turner plc, Sheffield, England' and 'Nonpareil No 120' along with an elephant.
A 'The Professional' Spear & Jackson tenon saw.
An old open handled Abbeydale tenon saw number 25.
An old Tyzack brass back tenon saw.
A nice old Tyzack tenon saw with brass spine and Beech handle. The medallion on the handle is marked 'W Tyzack Sons & Turner Plc, Sheffield'.
An open handled tenon saw by Gleave & Son. The steel back is marked ' J Gleave & Son, Manchester, No 24'.
Beech handled user made tenon saw, blade has been made from a a good quality Disston Philadelphia no.7 saw.
Brass back tenon saw stamped ‘Green Pimlico’. Beech handled is fitted with 2 brass split nut screws.
A very old steel back tenon saw by Buck, ‘Buck, Tot. Court Road’. TPI: 11
An old beech wooden saw handle with three brass buttons. The brass buttons are adjusted using a flat head screwdriver.
A substantial old Spear & Jackson tenon saw which has aged well with a spine bearing lovely patina..
A substantial old Spear & Jackson tenon saw which has aged well with a spine bearing lovely patina.
An old but more recent brass backed tenon saw by Marples Ridgeway. This saw probably dates to the 1990’s.
An old steel back Disston tenon saw with beech handle and brass ‘Disston USA’ medallion..
A little used brass back tenon saw with rosewood handle, blade is marked ‘The Guild of Master Craftsmen’.
Decorative handled brass back tenon saw made by Sandvik. TPI: 14, Blade length: 12”
A E.J.Birch brass back tenon saw fitted with a Beech handle. The handle is secured with 2 brass split-nut buttons. English circa. 1875-1905.