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269304 Ken Wright <wizard@b...> 2019‑10‑07 Re: FS - Oct 10 - Some Lie Nielsen, Good Books and General Stuff
Now that I have a Stanley 45, maybe I should think about some
documentation for it!  I'll take T11.

Ken

On 10/7/19 1:45 PM, Ed O' wrote:
> I probably won't get back to you till tonight. 
>
> Send me your address when you send me your request, I'll let you know if you
> got something or if it is already gone.
>
> If you prefer to look at it with the pictures expanded and in line you can
> check out:
>
> > https://www.
edoii.com/auction/100719OT/OT-100719.html
>
> Standard old tool terms. I'll send you a total once I ship and you can pay
> me after they get there and are to your satisfaction.
>
> I'll ship whatever works out to be the cheapest way.  I will combine all
> shipping to one package if possible.  Although the books may be best to ship
> separate via Media Mail.
>
> Orders will be honored in the order that they are logged in.  You can pay me
> with a check (I can take PayPal, but they charge me a fee, $.30 and 3% of
> the total including the shipping.  If you can send it Friends and Family
> there are no fees.  If you want to go PayPal let me know as I use a
> different email address for it and will give you that and a total).  
>
> If you send me a list with multiple things and certain item are sold I will
> hold all the items that are available and confirm you want just those.
>
> Ed O'
> T1 - Record No. 077 Bullnose Rabbet or Shoulder Plane - $50
> Marked with the Record info on the side and blade.  Nose piece has two shims
> behind it that can be removed if you want to tighten up the mouth(I think
> this is how they came and some of them are sold missing these parts), or
> everything can be removed to use as a chisel plane.  Some tarnish, but no
> damage or issues.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T2 - Lie Nielsen No. 1 Plane - $150
> A Lie-Nielsen No. 1 plane in good overall shape.  Has been used and has some
> minor chips on the finish of the knob and a couple of scuffs on the body.
> has the earlier lacquer finish on the wood and the unmarked blades that I
> think denote it was O1 steel.  No box.  Sells for $225 from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T3 - Lie Nielsen No. 2 Plane - $200
> A Lie-Nielsen No. 2 plane in good overall shape.  Has been used and has some
> minor dings on the knob and a couple of scuffs on the body.  Has the later
> matte finish on the wood and the marked blades that I think denote the move
> to A2 steel.  No box.  Sells for $275 from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T4 - Lie Nielsen No. 66 Hand Beader - $125
> Comes with both fences and 10 blades (8 with profiles and 2 blanks for
> custom filing).  in good shape with some tarnish.  No box. Sells for $175
> from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T5 - Lie Nielsen No. 97 1/2 Sized Stanley No. 97 Chisel Plane - $100
> A Lie-Nielsen small chisel plane.  In good shape, blade has been sharpened,
> some light tarnish on the bronze.  Comes with the early white box and the
> instructions sheet appears to have been printed on a dot matrix printer so
> you know it is early.  Sells for $140 from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T6 - Lie Nielsen No. 98 and 99 Side Rabbet Planes - $150
> Lie-Nielsen No. 98 and No. 99 Side rabbet planes.  In good shape, show
> evidence of some use.  Comes with the box and the instructions sheet.  Sells
> for $225 from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T7 - Lie Nielsen No. 073 Large Shoulder Plane - $200
> A Lie Nielsen No. 073 plane.  The largest one they make.. Some dust and
> light tarnish.  No box. Sells for $250 from Lie-Nielsen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T8 - Starrett 24 Inch Rule with Square Head, Center Head and Protractor No.
> 490 - $60
> Rule is 24 inches and marked No. 4R Grad. Starrett Hardened.  Rule is in
> good shape with some light staining.  Protractor Head is marked The L. S. S.
> Co. Athol Mass USA No. 490 and has good level vial in it.  Square head and
> Center Head are unmarked.  Square head Has the scribe in place and the level
> vial is good.  All the heads have the smooth  finish on them that I think
> they used on their hardened offerings, but nothing but the rule is marked
> Hardened.  Heads could use a light cleaning, but will be a nice set.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T9 - Stanley No. 280 Butt Mortiser - $10
> I have one of these in my inventory and it is a rare tool mostly owing to
> the fact that nobody recognizes what it is (or maybe cares).  This is the
> second or maybe third one I have seen.  It is in the Miscellaneous section
> in Walters big book and he lists the uses as Serrated chisel cutter bit
> mortises in butt hinges on doors and cabinets by a ratchet mechanism.  Can
> be used for butt mortises from 1 3/4 to 3 1/2 with a uniform depth of cut.
> This one needs some cleaning and rehab.  The handle is bent over, blade is
> marked PAT. 1603652 and PATS Pending.  A weird Stanley tool.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T10 - The Stanley Plane - Alvin Sellens - $25
> An undeniable classic by Alvin Sellens.  This one really started it all.
> Copyright is 1975 by The Early American Industries Association, this is the
> Second Printing 1977.  216 pages long (to give you an idea, John Walter
> devotes 145 pages to planes in his book Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools
> Guide to Identity & Value).    Has a numerical listing of all the planes
> produced by Stanley with pictures, information about names, general usage,
> date of offerings, length, weight and general info on the planes.  Also has
> sections about Stanley and the people of Stanley.  I would say that this is
> an indispensable reference for the user and collector of Stanley planes.  A
> true classic.  Good shape with dust jacket as shown.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T11 - The Stanley Forty-Five Combination Plane History, Identification -
> Heckel No. 45 - $10
> A great reference book that I use all the time.  This one is in decent
> shape.  Some crazing of the plastic on the cover and some loose pages.
> Signed by the author on the inside.  A previous owner has used a high
> lighter on some stuff and made some notes about what was probably his
> personal collection in the book.  I even saw a few notes that appear to
> point out what might be inconsistencies in the typing of specific planes.
> Comes with a loose sheet for quickly typing the No. 45 and some info on
> prices.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T12 - American Wooden Planes and Their Makers Emil & Martyl Pollak - $5
> I think this is the first edition from 1983 of this book that is now up to
> the fifth edition.  Lots of info on early wooden planes.  Obviously less
> info than the later editions (it could be argued that the later editions
> added makers that are less frequently found so that this is still a good
> general field guide), but this one is smaller at about 5 x 8 inches so it is
> more portable to take with you.  A great guide. 
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T13 - Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America 1827-1927 By Roger
> K. Smith - $20
> Cover reads Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America 1827 - 1927
> BY ROGER K. SMITH.  A copy of Roger Smiths now out of print edition number
> 1.  A really good book that if you are using to identify what you just got
> at a yard sale you know you had a good day.   A classic with tons and tons
> of great information.  No dust jacket and wear to the outside.  Very good
> over all.  Last page has My best to a close friend... Denis written on it
>
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T14 - The Stanley Catalog Collection 1855 to 1898 - $15
> An Astragal Press reprint of 6 or so early Stanley catalogs.  In good shape
> with the dust jacket. 390 pages long.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T15 - John Walters Antique & Collectible STANLEY TOOLS Guide to Identity &
> Value 1996 - $80
> This is THE current bible on the identity and value of antique and vintage
> Stanley wood working tools.  The values might be a little out of date with
> today's market, but it gives you an idea of relative scarcity.   This is the
> most current edition published in 1996 not as highly sought after as in the
> past, but just a great great book. Has 885 pages.  Filled with great info
> and type studies.  In good shape.  I don't see any marks or notes on the
> inside.  If you have any interest in Stanley tools I cannot overstate how
> great this book is.  
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T16 - W. L. Goodman British Planemakers From 1700 2nd Edition - $30
> Cover reads W. L. Goodman British Planemakers From 1700.  A good reference
> on British makers. 182 pages.  In good shape with a couple of highlight
> marks on the inside.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T17 - Large Format Stanley No. 45 Diagram - From 2 /10/1923 -19 1/2 x 15 In.
> - $20
> This one should probably ship on its own if you get anything else.  An
> original Stanley chart dated 2-10-23 in lower left corner.  Has the
> Sweetheart mark on it and shows an exploded Stanley No. 45.  It is large at
> about 19 1/2 x 15 inches.  Back has a yellow sticky note saying it was a
> teaching guide used at the Portland ME. School for the Deaf in Manual Arts
> from documentation found in attic back in 1920s.  Mounted on what appears to
> be heavy card board that has information on the back from the River Raisin
> Paper Co..  A nice display piece.  I think the format of this is larger than
> other Stanley charts that I have seen.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T18 - Bell System True Temper Flint Edge - Ax or Hatchet Head - $5
> Marked on one side BELL SYSTEM and on the other True Temper Flint Edge.
> Based on the names I think this was a Kelly made product but could be the
> later owner of the names American Fork & Hoe Company.  Has a nail pulling
> slot.  I have seen many Bell System marked hatchets in the form with the
> square wrench hole, but this is the first in this form that I have seen.
> Weighs in at just under 1 1/2 pounds.  About 3 1/4 inches at the bit and is
> about 5 inches long.  Edge is dull and chipped so will need a sharpening.
> Rear poll is mushroomed so you may want to dress it with a file.  Eye is not
> deformed.   Can go in a Small Flat Rate Box or Parcel Select.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T19 - Shingling Hatchet Head with Octagon Poll - $5
> Unmarked as far as I can see.  Handle is broken off and still in the eye.
> Has hard rust on it so you may want to clean it.  Edge is about 4 3/8 across
> and total length is about 7 1/2 inches.  Weighs in at just over 2 pounds.
> Eye is not deformed.   Can go in a Small Flat Rate Box or Parcel Select.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T20 - Stanley Made in USA Ax Head - $5
> Marked Stanley in the notched rectangle over MADE IN USA..  Edge is about 3
> 1/2 across and total length is about 6 inches.  Weighs in at just under 2
> pounds.  Eye is not deformed.   Can go in a Small Flat Rate Box or Parcel
> Select.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T21 - Unmarked Ax Head in Red Paint - $3
> Unmarked as far as I can see.  Edge is about 4 across and total length is
> about 6 inches.  Weighs in at just over 2 pounds.  Eye is not deformed.
> Can go in a Small Flat Rate Box or Parcel Select.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T22 - 6 Stanley No. 60 Chisels Made in USA - $10
> 6 Stanley No. 60 Chisels Made in USA.  The steel in these I have found is
> quite good.  I cannot say I prefer the balance on these to s No. 750, but
> they work well when sharpened up.  These are all kind of rough.  Some of
> them I started to rehab and some still need it.  2 are 1 1/2 inches, 1 is 1
> 1/4, 3/4, 5/8 and 1/2.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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>  
> T23 - Stanley No. 75 Bull Nose Rabbet Plane - $10
> A Stanley No. 75 bull nose rabbet plane.  Blade is marked Stanley in the
> notched rectangle over Made in USA.  Has some rust to clean off on the sole.
> No damage or issue to keep it from being a good plane.
> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
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> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2824.JPG
>  
> T24 - Defiance by Stanley No. 1221 Made in USA Combination Square - $5
> Marked Defiance by Stanley No. 1221 Made in USA.  Stanley never machined out
> the bubble vial on these.  This one is in clean good shape.  Offered from
> 1934 to around 1961.
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2825.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2826.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2827.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2828.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2829.JPG
>  
> T25 - Stanley No. 95 Butt Gauge - $3
> Marked Stanley and No. 95.  Has the B foundry mark on it used around 1900.
> All the points are good and it has no damage.
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2830.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2831.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2832.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2833.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2834.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2835.JPG
>  
> T26 - Defiance By Stanley No. 1219 Eggbeater Drill - $3
> The only thing keeping this from being the most mundane drill ever is that
> it has a cool mechanism at the top of the handle for bit storage.  That is
> the differentiating factor from the No. 1218.  Single pinion gear.  Still
> has the side handle.  A good one for the kids to use.
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2836.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2837.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2838.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2839.JPG
>  
> T27 - Stanley No. 66 Beader Casting and 1 Blade - $10
> You get what you see.  The main casting marked Stanley No. 66 Patd Feb 9 86
> with the S foundry mark used around the 1890s.  You can buy the fences from
> Lie Nielsen or you could make you own.  Comes with one cutter which is the 2
> and 3 bead cutter.  No damage and the nickel is decent.
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2840.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2841.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2842.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2843.JPG
>  
> T28 - Shelton Unbreakable Block Plane - $5
> Shelton's answer to the Stanley No. 118 unbreakable block plane.  Perhaps
> the only Shelton plane that it could be argued is slightly better than the
> Stanley offering.  The depth adjuster is a pin that feeds up from the bottom
> of the blade and the blade slot is elongated for  manual lateral adjustment.
> Blade is marked Shelton and Pat Pend.  A decent low angle rough duty block
> plane. No damage and in good shape.
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2844.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2845.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2846.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2847.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2848.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2849.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2850.JPG
>  
> T29 - Stanley No. 9 1/4 Block Plane - $5
> If the Stanley No. 9 1/2 is too complex for your needs Stanley Made the No.
> 9 1/4 just for you.  It is just like a No. 9 1/2 but without the adjustable
> mouth.. Marked No. 9 1/4 on the side.  No damage and has most of the
> japanning in place.  Blade is marked Stanley in notched rectangle over Made
> in USA.  A good source of parts if not one that you are going to use often.
> Good for rougher duty work 
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2851.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2852.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2853.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2854.JPG
> > https://www.ed
oii.com/auction/100719OT/IMG_2855.JPG
>
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