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|575 days ago||
Atkin & Sons wooden jack plane - 3 replies
The Atkin & Sons Plane The Atkin & Sons Plane The Atkin & Sons stamp on the planes fore end The manufacturers claim about the timber used for manufacture This is another lane from my collection; it was made by a company called Atkin & Sons of Birmingham. It is completely original, the Iron and back iro...
|578 days ago||
Metal planes; Stanley or Record - 9 replies
Record 077A bull nose plane complete with box Record 077A Bull nose plane Stanley 90 Bull nose plane Stanley 90 bull nose Bull nose plane unknown manufacture. Bull nose plane unknown manufacture. I would like to start a discussion regarding the merits of the tools produced by the Stanley Company of Ameri...
|579 days ago||
A special tool in my life - 3 replies
This was the first tool i bought Chuck and ratchet Another view of the brace VR drawing of a 1940/50 kids trolley This brace and the 3/4” bit were bought in 1949 from Woolworth in Beeston Nottingham. My Dad (god bless him) gave me one shilling a week pocket money and I was building myself a trolley at that time ...
|580 days ago||
Vintage Moulding plane - 6 replies
The plane within its case A complete range of plane soles A complete range of cutters Another view of the plane in its case complete with catalogue of the shop it was bought from and an old 1931 catalogue of Record Planes The instructions inside the lid. The closed case. This is a Record 405 multiplane with all the attachments ...
|589 days ago||
Chess Pieces - 1 reply
For those of you who would like to make their own chess pieces here is the drawing I worked to when I produced the chess table you can see in my projects. The quality of the drawing is poor, that is because I have had to convert my cad drawing to JPEG to be able to post here, but if it helps use it.the finished pieces
|593 days ago||
Antique Brown & Flather Brace - 1 reply
This Brace came into my possession about 30 years ago having paid about £5 for it. The tool looked like it had been kept in a coal hole for the major part of its existence, it was heavily tarnished, black, and very dirty, so much so that none of the inscriptions you can now see were not visible then, therefor I had no idea what I had bought. As ...
|601 days ago||
Cabinet Scraper & Scatch Stocks - 7 replies
A Stanley 112 hand scraper A selection of Cabinet scrapers Filing the edge straight & square Honing the edge on the edge of an oil stone the lid is usedas a guide to keep the scraper square My Ticketer ( burnisher) made from a solid TCT router cutter,using the shank as the burnishing tool. Turning the edge Producing the hoo...
|614 days ago||
Oak species - 25 replies
It is interesting to see the different uses of the Oak species. What I mean by that is it appears that the selection of the type of Oak species is controlled geographically, with our American buddies appearing to use Red Oak (Quercus Rubra) in preference to the White Oak Species (Quercus Alba). I wonder why that is and is my determination of thi...