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.
An early Moseley wooden Astragal plane. The front nose is marked ‘Moseley’.
An 18th century wooden beading plane. The front nose is marked ‘B Dyson’. Circa 1770s-1790s
An old wooden beading plane made by ‘W I Walker, York’.
Two old original wooden bead planes with the same user name. English (Manchester) circa 1850s – 1870s
An old wooden narrow bead plane. Bead Width: 4mm
A beading wooden moulding plane marked on front nose ‘Martin & Shaw’. The rear of the plane is marked ‘5/8’. English (Birmingham) circa 1850s - 1860s
3 x Alfred Ridge & Sons Wooden Bead Planes: 3/4", 7/8”, 1” The front noses are marked ‘Alfred Ridge & Sons, Exchange Tool Works, Sheffield’.
A centre bead made by Routledge. This plane has been converted into a centre bead by previous woodworker.
An unusually tall unnamed beading plane, rear is marked ½.
A 7/8” user modified profiled moulding plane made by John Mosley & Son, 54-55 Broad St. English circa 1860s – 1880s
3 wooden Stokoe beading planes, these old planes have ususal wear marks, one plane has a deep scratch to side of plane. English (London)
Three old Kirk and Asling boxed bead planes. Bead sizes: 14mm, 20mm & 25mm. See full description for condition. English (Nottingham) c.1880s
Joseph Marples wooden beading planes, includs sizes 3/16" upto 1". See full description for wear. English c. late 1800s -c. mid 1900s.
6 Moseley & Sons wooden beading planes. Includes 1 x 3/4", 1/2", 7/16", 7/16" & 5/16". Planes have number of marks and dents. English (London)
Five Moseley & Son Beading Planes. These old beads have a number of marks and dents. English (London) c. early 1800s