Probably unused Bench stop no.169 made by Record. Comes complete with...
An unused, unopened Spear & Jackson sawset. These sawsets are made...
Hardwood handled drill brace no.78, 10In made by Stanley. This brace has...
An unused fine sharpening oilstone made by Norton India. Dimensions: 8 x...
A medium and a fine gouge sharpening stones.
A hardwood infill panel plate with decorative pieced heart brass lever cap.
A collection of GTL tools. These tools came from a GTL tool box.
A set of 6 boxwood handled paring chisels made by I.Sorby, Sheffield.
Old wooden scotia moulding plane. Blade width: 25mm
Two 3 ¾” long mahogany rebate planes. One plane has parallel sides, the other coffin style.
A virtually unused 11 3/8” long Japanese jack plane. Label is marked Imanishi Co. Comes complete with the original box.
An old wooden toothing plane made by Ames, London. Retains a good length cutter stamped ‘W.Marples & Sons, Hibernia, warranted cast steel, Sheffield England’.
An old wooden compass plane fitted with an old plane blade. Length: 7 1/2"
A Brain Late Shepley & Co Wooden Lambs Tongue Plane.
A walnut handled brass pattern makers plane. Includes: 4 wooden bases, 3 blades (1 missing).
A well made quirk router, this user made tool is made from beech with brass fittings. Has a single cutter that is 1.5mm thick. Has a slide fence on base.
An unusual profiled wooden moulding plane made by Gardner. English (Bristol) circa 1870s-1930s
An old wooden moulding plane. The front nose is marked ‘Varvill & Son, York’.
A wooden plane with a small complex triple reed profile on the central boxing, with a tall centre reed (see profile).
A nice old Buck ogee and astragal plane. The front nose is marked ‘Buck, 261 Edgware Road, London’. English (London) circa 1870s – 1900s
An wooden sash scribing plane which appears to be an early plane, possibly a very early plane.
A wooden case plane with an adjustable fence. The front nose is marked ‘Tyzack, Railway Arch, 345 Old Street’.
A nice old Moseley & Son wooden moulding plane with a Cove and Astragal Sash profile. The front nose is marked ‘Moseley & Son, London’. Circa 1820 - 1830.