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|I loved block planes even before I
started building bamboo rods . Each time I came across
one, I'd buy it. Eventually I had more than I could
use. Many more! I've finely decided to get rid of
a few of the planes that have set in a tool box for far too
Each plane is in working order and the blade is sharp. Other than that, what you see is what you get. I'm offering these planes for far under collectors price. add $5 for postage.
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||Plane A $15
length: 6 1/8"
Blade: 4 1/8"x1 5/8"- marked
Plane B $15
Length open 7"
Width: 1 7/8"
Blade 4 1/8" x 1 5/" -marked:
Plane C $15
Length: 6 7/16"
Blade: 4 5/16 x 1 5/8" - marked:
Made in England
Plane D $7 (a good utility plane.)
Name: Buck Bros.
Blade: 4 5/16" x 1 5/8"
Blade not marked.
Remarks:(spare blade in original wrapper.)
|Airbrushes: It's the same as the planes. Over the
years I've been collecting them and after some use I put them
aside as I acquired a new one. They work, some better than
others. I got a few, like the Xactos, on a whim. One
was given to me as a gift by a sales person at a hobby shop,
providing I could bring it back to life. A good cleaning and
a new hose made it a very attractive tool.
so here's a list of 8 airbrushes I'm trying to get rid of. If you don't want them then I'll find someone who does.
3 4 5 6 7
Very old (but good) Badger 60s
Testers(?) I really don't know. New.
Xacto (Humbrol) double action with color cups and bottle attachment
Xacto single action