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
A lovely J.Rabone & Sons ivory Architect’s folding rule. Please note: UK customers only for this ivory item
Descriptive Geometry for Architects and Builders by Leslie A. Lee and R. Fraser Reekie, dated 1943.
Flat and Corrugated Diaphragm Design Handbook by Mario Di Giovanni. Dated 1982. ISBN: 0-8247-1281-1
Volumes 2, 3 and 4 of The Practical Woodworker by Bernard E. Jones. Chapters include:..
Metal Fatigue edited by J.A. Pope, dated 1959. Chapters include: the fundamentals of fatigue, the fatigue properties of engineering materials and components, fatigue testing of engineering components.
Exploring Chemistry by G.F. Liptrot and J.S.F. Pode, published by Mills and Boon, dated 1968..
A History of Metallurgy by R.F. Tylecote, dated 1976.
The Iron and Steel Institute Carnegie Scholarship Memoirs, edited by K. Headlam-Moreley, dated 1932-1939. Includes chapters: XXL, XXIII, XXIV, XXV, XXVI, CXL.
This vintage fretwork box set has never been used with all items still having the wire attaching the tools to the box (please see condition). Circa1950’s-1960’s.
A mixed collection of 23 tool steel blade blanks. The largest measures 153mm (6”) long x 45mm wide x 12mm (1/2”) thick. One of the smaller bits measures 49mm x 10mm x 6mm.
Hardwood handled Archimedes tool with fixed end. Overall length: 355mm (14”)
A laboratory test sieve made by Endecotts Ltd, London England.
Collection of 4 thread chasers.
Five early French ebony handled veterinary shaves. Comes with a user added leather holder (stitching has come apart down one side).
Practical Wood Working Inside and Outside edited by Alan Mitchell.
The Woodworker volumes 46 - 49 (1942 - 1945).
4 volumes of Cassells Cyclopaedia of Mechanics containing Receipts, processes, and memoranda for workshop use.
The New Carpenter and Joiner by R.V. Boughton, published by Caxton Publishing Company, dated 1947.