Snuck in and out in full stealth mode! Moments after chatting with Tony, I came
across a Washita, about 9" X 2-1/2" X 1", no case, but a gloatable cost of
$5.00! I'll see you all at PATINA in March, but you won't see me!
From: OldTools On Behalf Of Anthony Seo via OldTools
Sent: Friday, November 1, 2019 6:31 PM
Subject: [OldTools] Brown Auction Service Fall 2019 Dealer Sale
Today was the Brown Auction Service Fall 2019 Dealer Sale held at the Radisson
in Camp Hill PA. The storms from the day before left a lot of run off on the
roads and a steady and heavy wind for most of the ride, both going and coming
back. There was good turnout of both dealers and buyers. Saw a few of the
familiar faces, including Tom Dugan, Bill Weber, the elusive Tony Z, and Walt
and Mary Henderson who had a table there.
Picture of the floor action.
Lots and lots of tools to look at.
View of the auction area which is happening tomorrow.
Pickings were fairly good. At the top are a curved and straight blade spoke
shaves, a pair of curved tavisher blades, a 6 inch bevel square, a gouge, some
Starrett calipers and dividers, a pair of Starrett combination square center
heads, a pair of leather punches, a Stanley brad awl, small turnscrew, and a
solid brass pocket level.
There is a screw lock rosewood mortising gage, a rosewood panel marking gage,
blacksmith straight peen hammer, a good pair of blacksmith tongs, an S S Barry
complex molding plane, a pair of 1/8" chisels, a 4" Stanley No. 12 Type 1
square, and a few brace bits to add to the pile.
All in all it was good run.
Tony (feeling the fall weather in his bones)
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