|Forum topic by Wally331||posted 49 days ago||726 views||1 time favorited||5 replies|
49 days ago
First off is a Stanley no. 7 jointer I believe type 7. I’d like $55 + shipping but make an offer.
The blade is good, no pitting and sharp enough to go to work right away. “V” logo.
The base casting is in fair shape, however there is a hairline crack on the right cheek. The crack seems to be quite old and stable, but the low asking price reflects that it exists.
The main parts have been cleaned up and it works just fine, I simply don’t need two of them. There is a replacement tote with the grain running in a nontraditional direction made from walnut. Its plenty strong and comfortable but obviously not OEM.
Sold….Next up is a Mohawk brace and some Irwin bits. The brace is a 10 inch sweep ratcheting model. Quite similar to a millers falls no. 1710. Ready to go to work. $10 + shipping
Sold…..The set of Irwin bits includes a no. 6,8,10,12,13,15, and a 1 inch adjustable bit. All useable bits but a few may require a small touch up. Asking $10, but if you buy the brace and bits as a set I’ll go $18 for the pair.
And finally I have a few saws for sale.
Starting with a ~1950s disston. Its been cleaned and sharpened. Not the prettiest saw but it will make a fine user. $25 + Shipping https://s3.amazonaws.com/lumberjocks.com/n872fuw.jpg!
Next is a set of saws I made. First is a 9 inch dovetail saw at 13 PPI. 1 3/4 inches of plate under the spine. African mahogany handle, extra polished. $125 + shipping
Lastly is a 12 inch tenon/ sash saw. Also filed rip at 11 PPI. Beaitifull African mahogany handle and brass hardware. 2 7/8 inches of steel under the back. $175 + shipping.
Bought as a set I’m asking $275 + shipping. These saws are made by me entirely from scratch and by hand. There are some small imperfections in each however I assure your satisfaction and warrant my saws with 100% refund