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This is an assortment of user tools for sale. Some of them will have a button to click to see a Picture. ... Instead of having to load each image to continue, just scroll this list and click to see an image. This is a list of tools for sale, which for various reasons are good deals.

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Planes [Click To Order]
  1. Three model-maker's instrument-maker's planes. Look contemporary, but well-made. Tropical hardwood and brass, 2 7/8 inches long. Plane, bullnose plane and scraper plane, Fine .......... $50.00
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  2. STANLEY NO. 4, SMOOTH PLANE, (18)92 patent date on the cutter, which is short, so, I'm including a later one for use. The plane has been re-painted. The dark rosewood handle and low knob have some minor wear and dings. Some patina to the bare-metal surfaces. Good throat. Has been lightly cleaned. A great user, G+ ........... $65.00
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  3. STANLEY NO. 60 BLOCK PLANE, 6 inches long. Adjustable throat. Adjustable cutter. Nickel-plated trimmings. 1897 patent date on the cap. J trademark on the cutter with good length. A nice, early plane that eeds some cleaning, Some roughness on the sole will probably be OK for use, but you may want to do a bit of lapping. Good throat, G .......... $30.00
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  4. STANLEY NO. 65, LOW-ANGLE BLOCK PLANE, 7 inches long. Adjustable throat. Adjustable cutter. Notched-rectangle logo on the cutter with one-inch of life left. 90% japanning. The knuckle-joint cap can use a bit of cleaning. Good throat. A bit of patina and light roughness on the sole, G+ .......... Sold $35.00
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  5. STANLEY NO. 19 BLOCK PLANE, 7 inches long. Adjustable throat. Adjustable cutter. From around 1900. J-trademark on the cutter with good life left. 70% japanning. The knuckle-joint cap can use a bit of cleaning. Good throat. A bit of patina on the bare-metal surfaces, and light roughness on the sole, G .......... $30.00
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  6. STANLEY NO. 4 1/2 PLANE, WW II vintage. Notched-rectangle logo on the cutter. Near full-length with a bit of pitting at the bottom. Stained-hardwood handle and tall knob are missing some finish. Some patina can use a cleaning. A very good user, G ...... Sold $45.00
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  7. FULTON NO. 4C SMOOTH PLANE. Made by Sargent. Fulton on the cutter with about 2 inches left. Nice with about 95% japanning. The handle and tall knob have some tool box dings and there is a tight crack in the handle. Some light patina from age, but a very nice user, G++ .......... $50.00
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  8. STANLEY NO. 3 SMOOTH PLANE,Notched-rectangle logo on the cutter with 1 1/2 inches of meat left. 90% japanning. Some damage to the nickeled cap. The rosewood handle and tall knob are pretty nice with some dings and wear to the finish. Could use a bit of cleaning, G+ .......... Sold $40.00
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  9. STANLEY NO. 80 SCRAPER PLANE, Early one. 50% japanning. Has a cutter made from a saw blade. Minor roughness on the sole, G ...... Sold $20.00
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  10. CRAFTSMAN NO. 3732 LOW-ANGLE BLOCK PLANE, 7 inches long, with adjustable throat. (Made by Stanley, the No. 65). Most of the japanning remains. Some pitting on the sole shouldn't effect use. Good throat, G+ .......... Sold $25.00
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  11. MILLERS FALLS NO. 65 BLOCK PLANE. (Stanley No. 103) 80% japanning with a bit of dirt, This short one has the cutter-adjustment lever, G+ .......... $20.00
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  12. SARGENT NO. 306, BLOCK PLANE, 6 inches long - like a Stanley No. 9 1/2 but with nickel plated trimmings. Has a Craftsman blade,(which is missing the little lateral-adjust lever) so, it was probably sold by Sears. 95% japanning, pretty good nickel plating, G++ .......... $20.00
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Miscellaneous [Click To Order]

  1. RUSSELL JENNINGS NO. 100 SPUR AUGER BIT SET, Early ones marked Russell Jennings along the shaft.
    The set has 13 bits, size 4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16, in 1/16th inch increments. The bits have had some use. Good spurs and lead screws (except the 5/16 has some pitting on the side of one spur). They have a bit of patina and could use a light cleaning. Some may need a little tuning (sharpening), G+ ....... $85.00
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  2. "YANKEE" NO. 45, PUSH DRILL, Has all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths,which are in nice condition but may need a touch-up sharpening. - the 1/16 is a little short, G ......... $30.00
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  3. NORTH BROS. "YANKEE" NO. 41, PUSH DRILL, Has all eight bits from 1/16 to 11/64ths, which are in nice condition but may need a touch-up sharpening. Some of the nickel plating is worn or missing, G+ ......... $35.00
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  4. TORPEDO LEVEL. Nine-inch. Rosewood and brass, probably English. The plumb vial has been replaced and not accurate, G ........... $20.00
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  5. STARRETT 12-inch rule with center finder. Owner's mark on rule, G+ ................ $25.00
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  6. STANLEY NO. 750 1 1/2 INCH BUTT CHISEL, Marked Stanley, No. 750 and Made in USA on the socket. Has some pitting on the back and will need some lapping in the future, G ................ $15.00
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  7. NO. 60, DOUBLE SPOKE SHAVE, Looks like a Stanley, but marked only with a June-19-1868 patent date. Has both a flat and convex shave side-by-side. This may have been made by Stanley for another dealer, G+ ................ $30.00
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  8. MILLERS FALLS NO. 1 SPOKE SHAVE. Rosewood handles on this shave with a circular shape permit the tool to work in small circles as well as flat work. The knife is so pitched that it cuts instead of scraping the grain. Only one handle unscrews at this time. The cutter needs some sharpening, G .............. Sold $30.00
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  9. C.E. JENNINGS 1/4-INCH SOCKET FIRMER CHISEL, 5-inch blade, 11 1/4-inches overall. Replaced handle, G ....... $15.00
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  10. STANLEY NO. 750-1 in. BUTT CHISEL, 3 1/2-inch blade, 9 1/4inches overall. Replaced handle, G+ ....... Sold $20.00
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  11. UNION HARDWARE CO. 1 in. SOCKET FIRMER CHISEL, 6-inch blade, 12 3/4-inches overall. Chip on edge. Replaced handle, G ....... $20.00
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  12. ROBERT SORBY, 2 in. TANGED FIRMER CHISEL, 4 1/2-inch blade, 12-inches overall. Split in the ferrule and missing some of the cushion, G+ ....... $35.00
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  13. CRAFTSMAN HAND DRILL. Made by Millers Falls. 3-jaw chuck holds up to 1/4 inch bits. The handle (which has some hang-holes unscrews to hold bits, but they are missing. 12 1/2 inches overall length, G+ ...... $20.00
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  14. NORTH BROS. YANKEE NO. 1530, RATCHET HAND DRILL, Early before Stanley bought them out. With five ratchet settings - plain, right- and left-hand ratchet, double-right-hand, and lock movements. 3-jaw chuck with 3/16 capacity. 10 1/2 inches long. Has some initials on the handle. All of the ratchets are functioning, G ............... Sold $35.00
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  15. NORTH BROS. YANKEE NO. 1545, RATCHET HAND DRILL, The top of the line. Missing the side-handle. Three patent dates from 1897 to 1909 on the switch for changing functions for regular, right- or left- hand or continuous ratchet movement - or stop. There is also a lever on the handle for either double or slow speed. The three-jaw chuck holds round bits up to 3/8 inch diameter. 16-inches overall length. Has some dirt and missing some plating, but completely functional, G ............... Sold $35.00
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  16. STANLEY NO. 624 HAND DRILL. This one's the large size, 13 inches long. A strong, serviceable tool built on a sturdy cast frame. Three-jawed chuck holds 0 to 3/8 round shank bits. Ebonized hardwood handle holds several twist bits. Complete and functional, G+ ...... $30.00
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  17. ATKINS BACK SAW, 11 1/2-inches, 12 point. The medallion is marked with the Dec. 27, 1887 patent date. It appears to have been cut down from a longer back saw. Apple handle has some chips and dings. Still pretty sharp. Could use a bit of cleaning, G+ .......... Sold $40.00
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  18. STANLEY 945A BRACE, 10-inch sweep. Alligator jaws. Stained hardwood handles may be WW II. Owner's name twice, G+ .............. Sold $25.00
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  19. BRASS PLUMB BOB, The box label says 16oz. Unmarked by mfr. Has some minor dings, G++ ........ $20.00
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  20. MEASURING LOT NO. 1. Starrett tap & drill size chart, B&S thread gauge; 6-inch inside-outside caliper' and Thread Gauge (but seems to be a thickness gauge): and Union 3 inch dividers, G+ ........ $35.00
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  21. MEASURING LOT NO. 5. 7-inch dividers, Thewlis registering caliper, Kraeuter 4-inch hermaphrodite caliper, G - G++ ........ $35.00
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  22. STANLEY NO. 1 TRAMMEL POINTS. Small size of the early, decorative casting. Replaced points, G+ ........... $35.00
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  23. C.S. OSBORNE, HARRISON, N.J. ROUND KNIFE. 5-inch diameter. The tips have been nibbled a bit - the guy apparently got tired of being stuck, Hang hole in handle, G ........ $25.00
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  24. STANLEY NO. 984 RATCHET CORNER BIT BRACE. Early Stanley Rule & Level Co. logo on the chuck. The pad came cut to fit close to an edge. Fully functional but could use a bit of cleaning, G ........ $25.00
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  25. SIGNAL 7-inch BEVEL. Marked Made in Sheffield, England, G+ ............ $15.00
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  26. STANLEY NO. 18, 10-inch BEVEL SQUARE. Not much nickel plating. A bit of pitting on the back end of the blade. Great user, G ............ $20.00
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  27. 8- INCH MITER SQUARE, English. Ebony and brass handle with owner's name, G ............ $25.00
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  28. STANLEY NO. 200 SHARPENING GUIDE. For chisels and plane blades to get the proper bevel. It could use a light cleaning, G+ ........ $50.00
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  29. STANLEY NO. 77 MORTISE GAUGE, Early one with the Oct. 22, (18)72 patent date. Rosewood and brass. The adjustable mortise point has been filed down, so it's a marking gauge, but you could drill a hole for a new point on the other side. Has some bangs and dings, G ............ $20.00
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  30. STANLEY NO. 92 BUTT and RABBET GAUGE, Used for laying out door hinges and strikes. It's also useful as a marking and mortise gauge. Complete with the extra steel scribe on the side. Has a hole in the bottom of the head and owner's initials on the top, otherwise very crisp with minor wear, G+ ............ $35.00
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  31. CRAFTSMAN Spiral Ratchet Screwdriver. Made by MILLERS FALLS. It spirals to drive a screw, and is reversible. The largest size, like the Stanley 31, 14 1/2 inches long closed. It has a 1/4 inch bit,and a No. 3 phillips bit. They are Yankee, but interchangeable, G+ .......... $20.00
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