Homemade Corner Clamp
Homemade corner clamp fashioned from aluminum angle and a length of square aluminum tubing. Secured with wing nuts for ease of removal.
Seven inch Dragon Plane by DAVID BROOKSHAW - 83264U - AS OF DEC. 20
Brass sole with hand forged nails. Four inches tall. Solid boxwood. Beautiful! See The Art Of Fine Tools page 166.
The ANSTRUTHER Dolphin Plane Hand carved by DAVID BROOKSHAW - 83266U - AS OF DEC. 17
Solid boxwood. 3 1/4 inches tall. MINT but for a tiny imperfection behind the front handle. 8 1/2 inches long. The original is known as the Anstruther plane from it's time on display at The Fiseries Museum in Anstruther Scotland. See The Art Of Fine Tools page 166.
Rare! M.B. TIDEY July 4th 1854 Patent Double Beveling Plane - 89125U - AS OF SEPT 22
One of the most complicated woodworking tools ever produced. It's a wonder that it ever made it into production. As it is, only a handful are known to exist. The plane is actually the invention of four men from Dundee, N.Y. They were M.J. WHEELER, G.W. ROGERS, H.W. PIERCE and M.B. TIDEY. The plane cuts both bevels at o
Uber-Rare! No. 2 Size MONK Patent Plane MONK'S & SONS SHEFFIELD January 16, 1884- 81477R - AS OF AUG 31
Original and complete! 6 5/8 inches long. The plane has no defects or alterations other than even pitting all around. The iron is marked "MONK'S & SONS SHEFFIELD PATENTED JAN'Y 16 1884."