A scarce collection / set of clog makers tools. This lovely old clog...
An old small hand saw. The blade is marked 'A.Ashton, Sheffield'.
An old Disston USA saw fitted with a hardwood handle.
An old Tyzack brass back tenon saw.
An old Sorby dovetail saw.MThe brass back has the markings: 'Robert...
A small, old Disston & Sons Philadelphia saw fitted with a...
An old Spear & Jackson hand saw.MThe blade has an etching with the...
This saw we suspect has only be used a couple of times. The saw has also...
A decorative ebony and brass stem mortice gauge.
A Rosewood thumb slide mortice gauge from old new stock.
A little used hardwood Japanese dual slitting gauge.
An old brass marking template that measures 145mm long overall.
A scarce Henry Disston rosewood and brass mortice gauge. This lovely old tool is marked ‘Henry Disston & Sons, Philada, PA USA 95’. Top plate next to points is made from gun metal.
An early decorative mortice gauge made from ebony with brass fittings. Retains good length points.
A lightly used hornbeam four way marking gauge made by ulmia. Each rod has measurements from 0mm – 100mm.
A lovely rosewood slitting gauge with boxwood thumb screw and brass wedge made by James Howarth, Sheffield.
A lovely early vintage mortice gauge made with oak stem and beech stock.
A fine nickel plated marking gauge no.90 made by Stanley. Rod is marked out in inches up to 5” long. Retains 97% of its finish.
An early no.93 butt gauge made in USA by Stanley.
Goodell Tool Co butt gauge marked Pat Dec. 18. 1894.