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...
An unusual profiled wooden moulding plane by Mutter believed to date mid-to-end of the 18th century (1700’s).
A Scottish twin iron profiled wooden moulding plane stamped ‘Currie Glasgow’. Rear is marked 5.8, 2. Scottish (Glasgow) circa 1830s-1870s
A profiled moulding plane made by G.Eastwood, York. English (York), Circa 1850s-1890s.
2 profiled moulding planes made by John Moseley & Sons, London. Both planes have boxwood strips to sole. Planes retain near full length cutters with clean blade faces.
2 lamb’s tongue sash planes made by John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St Bloomsbury, London. English (London) circa 1860s-1870s.
An old, well used scotia plane from the Kingshott Collection. Blade width: 21mm
A shortened profiled moulding plane. Rear of plane is marked ‘3/8’.
A vintage profiled wooden moulding made by R.Nelson. Rear of plane is stamped ‘3/8’, ‘2’. English (London) circa 1820s – 1850s
An old collection of 7 profiled moulding planes stamped ‘Nelson122 Edgeware Road’ and marked with ‘Mason’ user stamp to side of planes. English circa 1830s – 1850s
A rare profiled moulding plane that we believe is marked I.Sym (previous user has over stamped manufacturer name). English circa 1750s – 1790s
2 wooden moulding planes made by John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St, Bloomsbury London. English, circa 1860s – 1870s
A complex moulding plane made by Moseley, 16 New St. English circa 1810s
A twin iron complex moulding plane made by Alex Mathieson & Son, Glasgow & Edinburgh.
A rare Okines Quirk Ovolo and Astragal Plane with good length cutting iron. See full description for condition. c. late 1700s to c.1820s
Nelson dual cutter complex plane. See full description for condition.
4 John Moseley & Son 54-55 Bloomsbury, London moulding planes. See full description for condition. English (London) c.1870s
Hambleton Lambs Tongue Sash Plane marked 5/8, 2. See full description for condition. c.1830s
G.Berry Complex Moulding Plane, retains a good length cutter. This old plane has a number of wear marks (see full description).