An old Master Craftsman Sandvik saw with a 24" blade and 8 teeth per...
An original part set of skew mouthed, Speight (Leeds) Hollow & Round...
A wide complex moulding plane. Good length blade with clean blade face....
A brass smoothing plane with beech handles.
Flat bottom Stanley no.53 spokeshave, retains original Stanley Conn USA...
Registered ash handled chisel made by Brades & Co. Width: 35mm
3 socketed bevel edged chisels made by Wm.Marples & Sons. Includes:...
Mahogany handled paring chisel made by James Howarth. Width: 36mm
Two original hollow planes which consist of a number 1 hollow and a number 3 hollow.
Two original hollow planes which consist of a number 3 hollow and a number 5 hollow.
An original collection of 16x William Marples Wooden Moulding Planes.
Two original pairs of skew mouthed Varvill Hollow & Round Planes: 8H, 8R, 12H, 12R. The front noses have the maker marks 'Varvill & Sons Ltd, Ebor Works, York'.
A very hard to come by collection of the 'odd numbered' Varvil Hollow & Round Planes.
15x 'John Moseley & Son, London' hollow and round planes.
5x 'John Moseley & Son, London' hollow and round planes, four of which are original to each other. These planes include: 10H, 16R, 16H, 18R, 18H.
An original pair of no. 12 'John Moseley & Son, London' hollow and rounds
An original very hard to find part set of wooden hollow and round planes all marked on the front nose 'EP, E Preston & Sons, Trade Mark':
A lovely little hollowing plane. Blade width: 23mm (7/8”), Plane length: 6”
Five original John Moseley & Son hollow and round planes each with the same user name. The front noses: 'John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St, Bloomsbury, London'.
11 original Gleave Hollow & Round Planes..
A wooden case plane with an adjustable fence. The front nose is marked ‘Tyzack, Railway Arch, 345 Old Street’.
A very narrow round plane. The front nose is marked ‘1/16’ and ‘Hobday & Tovey’ with a large crown symbol. English (Kent) circa 1880s
A lovely made up half set / collection of hollow and rounds made by John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St Bloomsbury London. Planes all have skew mouths apart from hollow no.10. Includes pairs: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18.
An early Thomas Okines hollow/ nosing wooden moulding plane dating 1740 - 1770. English (London), circa 1740 - 1770.
Five D Kimberley & Sons wooden hollow and round planes. Front noses are marked ‘D Kimberley & Sons’. Four have the same user name marks.