Two wooden coachmakers planes, one with a flat sole and one with a compassed sole.
The compass soled plane has an adjuster on the front (this adjuster is operated by lightly tapping the top setter with a small wooden mallet). Condition: all parts move freely, compass plane blade has a scattering ...
A virtually unused William Marples wooden sash fillister rebate plane. The plane retains the original William Marples trade label.
Commissioning a tool maker to make one of these would probably cost £600+ Condition: all parts move freely, please see photos for condition.
A nice old Gardner (Bristol) Sash Fillister Rebate Plane. Please see FindMyTool for more general info about this plane: http://www.findmytool.co.uk/wooden-fillister-plane-review.php
Condition: all parts move freely, the plane has about 10 old worm holes, please see photos for condition.
A vintage badger plane with boxwood running strip, fitted with Ward plane iron.
Sole width: 68mm
Sole length: 363mm (14 ¼”)
Condition: Has chips to sides of plane around mouth edge.Please see photos for condition.
An old wooden side rebate plane with boxwood sole from the Kingshott Collection.
This is part of the late Jim Kingshott collection who was a true master craftsman in the woodworking industry who made and also modified tools and has written books from his extensive knowledge on them, with books li...
An old wooden badger plane that has a parallel plane iron with around 30mm of blade left to slot. The plane has heavy discolouration, previous woodworkers name stamp along with some marks and dents that reflect its age.Sole width: 74mmSole length: 428mm (16 7/8")
English (Nottingham) c.1830s - c.1880s.
A wooden badger plane made by W. Hields Nottingham. Body of plane has a number of dents, previous woodworkers name stamps and a small drill hole to the sole. Cutting iron has 28mm of blade left to slot and is marked John Marsden, with a Ashton cap iron. We ...
A European skew rebate plane. Retains a good length cutter, blade face has some speckling of minor pitting and staining. There is some denting to ends and top of plane, wedge also has a 100mm long crack.
A user made badger plane that also has a slip to one side. Has a good length, clean Hearnshaw Bros plane iron. The faceplate is marked 'W Marples Sheffield', it is also marked with the Ministry arrow and dated towards the end of World War II '1944'.Sole Width: 64mm (with slip)