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 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)
Six Alex Mathieson and Son beading moulding planes. Planes has a number of marks and dents that reflects their age.
Three old Kirk and Asling boxed bead planes. Bead sizes: 14mm, 20mm & 25mm. See full description for condition. English (Nottingham) c.1880s
4 Sims antique beading planes, includes: 7/8", 3/4", 3/8" & 5/16". English (London) c. early 1800s
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
Two wooden torus planes includes a John Moseley & Son and a Moseley & Son plane. English (London) c.1860s-c.1880s