|Forum topic by Nate Meadows||posted 04-19-2014 07:26 PM||2137 views||0 times favorited||13 replies|
04-19-2014 07:26 PM
Ok, This is my first time post like this but with brother Grizz’s help I think I got it:). As I have promised my wife:), I am selling some of my hand planes and a set of cabinet screw drivers to help with the medical bills that are building up, not to mention finishing the electrical project:). I need to say that all of these tools were bought and collected by me over the years and were not given to me. If you know my story, that will make sense!:) Send me a PM if you are interested! Thanks for looking!
I am adding my LN #1. It is new, never been used, still in box. I have the original receipt. I am asking $165 for it shipped in a Flat Rate Box.
Next is a Soviet rebate plane. I is a very unique plane. The iron has never been used. I am asking $35 shipped in a Flat Rate Box.
Next is a set of Block Planes. The are a Stanley 9 1/4, Stanley Low Angle, Keen Kutter 13 and a Stanley Excelsior! The 91/4 is in good shape, just a bit rusty. I did not restore it! The Low Angle is a new model and is in good shape with some rust stains. The KK13 has a very good blade but is also rusty. I did not restore it. The Excelsior, which I got as the “collector” is one of the earliest block planes. The mouth is in the worst shape and it does not have the original knob but as I got it as a collector I did not care about the mouth. I have been on the watch for a knob. I am selling all of them for $70 which includes shipping in a Flat Rate Box.
Next is a Stanley #41/2. I know that it is an earlier model with a corrugated bottom. I fell in love with it when I saw it. It does have a chipped front left corner and is very dirty. I did not restore it. It also does not have the original chip breaker I think but I could be wrong! I am asking $40 which includes shipping and a Flat Rate Box.
Next I have an Edwin Hahn No 9 Jointer. It is about the size of a Stanley number 7. It is in very good condition. I am asking $90 which includes shipping in a Flat Rate Box.
Finally I have two Victor Bench Planes. One is a 6 1/2 and one is a 7 1/2. The 6 1/2 has been fully restored though not by me, the rear Tote was cracked before I got it. I have acquired another Victor body with a rear tote and that will be included in the sale but will add to the shipping. The 71/2 has also been restored as well as had a repair done on the right side. It was very well done but is still visible. I am asking $300 for the 6 1/2 which includes shipping and $250 for the 7 1/2 which also includes shipping in a Flat Rate Box.
Here is the 6 1/2
And here is the 7 1/2
-- "With a little bit of faith, and some imagination, you can build anything!" Nate