Probably unused Bench stop no.169 made by Record. Comes complete with...
An unused, unopened Spear & Jackson sawset. These sawsets are made...
Hardwood handled drill brace no.78, 10In made by Stanley. This brace has...
An unused fine sharpening oilstone made by Norton India. Dimensions: 8 x...
A medium and a fine gouge sharpening stones.
A hardwood infill panel plate with decorative pieced heart brass lever cap.
A collection of GTL tools. These tools came from a GTL tool box.
A set of 6 boxwood handled paring chisels made by I.Sorby, Sheffield.
A wooden ovolo plane made by D.Kimberley. Rear of plane is marked 5/8”, 1. Overall Blade width: 22mm
Vintage Ovolo plane made by Lyons & Birch. Retains a good length cutter with clean blade face. English (Birmingham) circa 1880s
Vintage wooden ovolo plane made by J.Gardner, maker Bristol. Retains a good length cutter with clean blade face. Circa 1880s – 1930s English Bristol.
An old wooden ovolo plane. The front nose has a makers mark which is hard to make out, possibly says ‘Tasker’.
An old wooden plane with an ovolo profile made by George Rusby Kaye. English (Leicester) Circa 1860s – 1890s
An old Buck wooden plane with an ovolo profile. The front nose is marked ‘122? Edgeware Road, London’.
An early wooden ovolo plane by ‘I Wheeler’. English (Thatcham) circa 1760s - 1780
An early Nelson plane with a ovolo profile. The front nose is marked ‘Nelson’. English (York) circa 1770 - 1780s
An old Greenslade ovolo plane. The front nose is marked ‘W.Greenslade, Bristol’ and ‘Exhibition Medals, London, Dublin, Paris, Melbourne’.
An old Hathersich wooden moulding plane. This plane is likely to date 1797 - 1810 due to the plane appearing to have an early mark.
An old wooden Ovolo and Scotia moulding plane marked 'Higgs'. The plane dates to the end of the 1700's - early 1800's.
An original pair of old ovolo wooden planes.Both front noses are marked with the same ‘John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St, Bloomsbury, London’ mark. Circa 1860s - 1880s.
Old wooden Ovolo and Scotia plane that has a good length plane blade. Sadly the makers name has faded.
2 Melville wooden moulding planes includes bead & ovolo. Planes are in poor condition (see full description).
Ovolo woodworking plane that has been fitted with a fence by previous woodworker. English c. mid to late 1700s