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Posted on Antique Hand Tool identification and value?

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#1 posted 02-11-2013 02:39 AM

Well the pictures are a little far out to see much detail, but on the top table I would look at the spoke shaves, the combination planes, and the rules.

The second table I would look at the planes for any Stanley or other major makers, of those the large ones look promising, looks like a scrub plane to the far right. In the back it looks like a 193 fiber board plane. The draw knives and the last two molding planes look interesting.

The last table I would take a look at the breast drill and the saw vises. Some of the bits look worth too.

I would probably buy all the combination planes and at least the larger planes, the 193, and the breast drill for 25 a pop.

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