All maternal grandfather’s, except the rosewood square which belonged to paternal grandfather
A suggestion – if you inherit old tools and also enjoy picking up old tools at flea markets, etc. – either keep your family tools strictly separated or mark them with a sticker or make and keep an inventory list. You think you will remember which ones are “family,” but as you age . . . I’m very happy I wrote out an inventory list when these came into my possession. I needed it to separate g-fathers’ tools for this post!
Left to Right: Stanely 110 Block, Dunlop Block, Fulton Double End Block & Two Stanley 60 1/2s
Double end block plane set up both ways
Calipers, double spoke shave & T-Bevel
Three gouge chisels
-- Paul, Texas