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Forum topic by LucasWoods posted 09-18-2017 04:18 AM 606 views 0 times favorited 8 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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LucasWoods

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09-18-2017 04:18 AM

I realized that I don’t have the time anymore to hand demension lumber and I am looking to sell all my hand planes so I can purchase a planet and jointer.

I need some help on pricing and will add some photos tomorrow afternoon.

All of them are in working order and some are pretty much ready to go. All are the “older” Stanley’s

If anyone is interested in buying these let me know as well. Would like to sell to just one buyer but I am fine with piecing them out if I have to.

Stanley 220
Stanley 60 (adjustable block plane)
Stanley #4
Shelton #9
Stanley Bailey #7
Stanley #192
Stanley #71 (with a half inch cutter)

Also have a miter saw

Stanley #246 is what is says on the base and it comes with the 27” backsaw and I believe the original wooden baseplate.

-- Colorado Springs, CO


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WayneC

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#1 posted 09-18-2017 12:41 PM

I think you likely got auto corrected. Photos would help a lot.

-- We must guard our enthusiasm as we would our life - James Krenov

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Smitty_Cabinetshop

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#2 posted 09-18-2017 03:53 PM

Wayne speak truth, but then I clicked the post to see what “Hand planets” were so maybe it’s good the way it is? :-)

-- Don't anthropomorphize your handplanes. They hate it when you do that. -- OldTools Archive --

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Tim

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#3 posted 09-18-2017 04:53 PM

Even if you don’t hand dimension your lumber, a block plane and #4 will come in handy for lots of things. And the 192 and 71 are joinery planes, so also would still be very useful even if you use machines to dimension your lumber. You still have to do the joinery after the lumber is dimensioned. But if you don’t want to use hand tools at all anymore, that’s your choice.

Also the prices on each of those would vary a lot based on their condition, so yeah, pictures would help.

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Loren

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#4 posted 09-18-2017 04:56 PM

I always say check what the plane has sold for
recently on ebay. The only ones likely to fetch
more than $50 are the #7 and the #71.

It seems to me a lot of planes change hands through
Lumberjocks posts. Also, a lot of beginners with
hand planes ask about what to get because they
are reluctant to invest in planes that require tuning.
If your planes are tuned-up that can increase their
value and shipping more than one in a box can
be an attractive value to a buyer.

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LucasWoods

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#5 posted 09-18-2017 06:52 PM

All the soles are good. The mouth on one plane (I think the Shelton) has a couple tiny tiny chips.

Miter saw


#71

#192

#220

#60

#7

#5

Shelton #9

#4

#5 no handle

Hand drills

Electric drill

-- Colorado Springs, CO

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LucasWoods

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#6 posted 09-19-2017 11:16 PM

Can anyone help with a rough value on these?

-- Colorado Springs, CO

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bobasaurus

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#7 posted 09-20-2017 05:52 AM

Search completed listings on ebay

-- Allen, Colorado (Instagram @bobasaurus_woodworking)

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Smitty_Cabinetshop

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#8 posted 09-20-2017 01:34 PM

Okay, here’s a WAG.


All the soles are good. The mouth on one plane (I think the Shelton) has a couple tiny tiny chips.

Miter saw $50

#71 $45

#192 $35

#220 $18

#60 1/2 $35

#7 $80

#5 $35

Shelton #9 $20

#4 $40

#5 No Handle, busted side $10

Hand drills $10 each

Electric drill No idea.

- LucasWoods

-- Don't anthropomorphize your handplanes. They hate it when you do that. -- OldTools Archive --

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