Since its a buy it now and unlikely to sell anyway, I thought this was a
highly interesting lot.
Not just an assemblage of long transitional jointers, but in a very
small coastal town near Santa Cruz Ca?
What are the odds?
In other trivial news I saw where Martin must have got a stash of
transitional jointers too, and is selling parts.
Is there something going on I don't know about? haahahaahah
I have a theory that old tool prices are just about at the edge of a
cliff and ready to topple down to near nothing.
With all the young guys buying nothing but new tools and old guys
popping off, leaving barns and sheds and shops full of old tools, and
very few buyers.
(it seems I see another new listing about every day, and sometimes 2)
I think we are on the brink of historic low prices for old tools.
The common bench planes are holding up so far. (if they have been
But the truly rare and valuable are down 50% on many tools.
I was able to assemble a big stash of pattern maker paring chisels for
dramatically less than stubby little new chisels.
I am expecting saws to go back to 2 dollars at any minute.
Could be the time of our lives coming up!!
Box 409 Happy Camp, Ca 96039