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Posted on Stanley No 5, Type 19

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Deycart

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#1 posted 03-13-2013 10:01 PM

Ditto, but my research shows that collectible hand tools are increasing in value at fairly steady rate and better than the market. Even with this last bump they still retained their value. If you’re a young guy you may want to consider just putting a little descant in the box and putting it on a shelf and forgetting about it until you want to retire and your 40$ may be worth 100 or so. And you have to think that the more planes that trade hands and get used the more the population of planes shrinks from damage, lost boxes, fire, and flood just to name a few. There have been post from more than one jock on here about how their tools were damaged.


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