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...
An old 24" two fold rule marked 'J Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, England, Warranted Best Boxwood'. Inside edges of one side say '8 Square' and 'Line'
Collection of 4 rules.
This old feet/shoe measuring tool is made from boxwood and brass with lovely patination..
A lovely old I & D Smallwood calliper rule rope gauge with various forms of measurements.
Boxwood calliper rule with brass fittings no.1460 made by Rabone. Either side of rule is marked out in inches up to 4” long.
A detailed J. Rabone & Sons boxwood caliper rope gauge with brass sliding caliper.
A boxwood tailors square with the markings ‘ Driver’s Rule Works Manchester’.
A rare folding rule made from boxwood with brass fitting by Stanley. Rule is marked ‘Stanley Rule & Level Co New Britain Conn USA, warranted boxwood, no.51’. Rule is marked out in inches up to 24” long.
A lovely old boxwood four fold caliper rule no.32 made in USA by Stanley. Measurements are marked out in inches up to 12” long overall.
An old ivory sector rule made by Dolland, London. English (London) circa 19th century.
A charming little 12 inch long 4 fold ivory rule with brass fittings. This old rule is marked out in inches. Retains locating pin. Pleas note: this item is only available to UK customers.
Collection of 3 six inch long parallel rules.
Probably unused boxwood folding rule with brass fittings and spirit level that is in stunning condition made by J.Rabone & Sons Birmingham England. Either side of rule marked out in inches up to 24” long.
Boxwood slide rule with brass fittings made by Dring & Fage, 56 Stamford St, London, also marked customs & excise. English circa 1900s-1930s.
24" long Edward Preston & Sons folding boxwood ruler. Rule is slightly sprung.
24 inch Hockley Abbey, No. 1390 folding boxwood rule.