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FALCON-WOOD

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A 1/2 inch Boxed Beading Plane by Charles & Co., London. This plane has the ironmongers shop name where the plane was originally sold stamped in the wood on the front of the plane, in Shrewsbury, Eng. Nice rich patina! Good++ $38.00

FW9000

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A Skew Iron Badger Plane by Mathieson. 17 inches long. This wonderful old plane appears unused. Absolutely georgeous!! Good++ $148.00

FW11976

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A 5/8 inch Bead Plane by D. Malloch & Son, Perth. Some slight staining on the wood, otherwise Good++ $38.00

FW8995

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A Large Mahogany Slitting Gauge. Beautiful mahogany with brass fittings. Good++ $68.00

FW11966

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A Boxwood Mortice Gauge with brass fittings. Nice patina, some indents from use otherwise Good++ $54.00

FW11967

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A 10 inch Bevel Square by S & A Jones, Hartford, Ct. Unusual maker, Good + $38.00

FW7438

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A 3/4 inch Boxed Beading Plane by A & E Baldwin. An excellent user plane. Has an ink stain on one side, a 1/2 inch of the boxing is chipped at the toe end which will not affect the use of the plane. Good+ $34.00

FW7390

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A 5/16 inch Cove Molding Plane by C. Stiles (owner or Manufacturer? Not listed). Good+ $38.00

FW11188

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A 5/8 inch Beading Plane by Edward Preston. A great user plane or for a collector missing the 5/8 inch size in his collection of beads by Edward preston. Good+ $48.00

FW11963

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A Beech wood Wedge Stem sash Filletster Plane by U.S. & S. (unlisted maker). This plane is fully boxed and was most likely made by a British plane maker in the late 1800s. FINE $188.00

FW11946

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A Beech wood Compass Plane by W. Dibb, England, 1843 to 1860. Good+ $58.00

FW8589

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A 7/16 Boxed Bead by A. Mathieson & Son. Good+ $34.00

FW8996

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A 7/8 inch Boxed Bead by Hewlett. Good+ $34.00

FW8998

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An All Rosewood Handled Screw Stem Plow Plane, with brass fittings, marked No 104, with 1 Ohio Tool Co. iron. This handsome tool was most likely made by the Ohio Tool Co., as illustrated in the Ohio Tool Co. catalog of 1910 on page 39. In 1910 this plane sold for $10.00. Made from beautifully figured rosewood in fine condition, with the exception of a minor flake on the tip of the handle and a couple of tight shakes in the wood, often found in very figured rosewood. Comes with the display stand. Fine. $665.00

FW11842

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An Ogee Shaped Stair Rail Shave with pretty scroll wedge. Beech wood, craftsman made with a nice patina. A couple of small shakes in the wood. Good+ $76.00

FW11845

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A Rosewood Panel Gauge with brass fittings. Probably an unmarked Stanley No 85 1/2. Complete with brass shoe, 22 1/2 inches long. Good+ $68.00

FW11852

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An impressive looking Beech Adjustable Bullnose Chamfer Plane by E. Preston & Son. Prestons mark is boldly struck on the front of the plane and also on the wedge. Good++ $165.00

FW11800

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A Super Small Coachmaker's Cock Bead Molding Plane, by A. Wallace, Dundee. 7 3/8 inches long. Owned by Ts. Curr.Fully boxed. Good+ $78.00

FW11846

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A Beech Adjustable Sash Plane by Casey, Clark & Co., Auburn, NY, C 1850. The plane is fully boxed and has Boxwood clamping screws and nuts. Excellent. Good++ $145.00

Fw11809

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A Beech Bow Saw by S. Tyzack & Son Ltd. Railway Arch, 345 Old Street, EC1, London. All original, 9 inch saw. Good++ $120.00

FW11801

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A Beech Wood Compass Plane, with adjustable Boxwood front and brass fittings. The front adjusts for variation of radius. Very faint marks with appears to be Varvill. Some staining on the wedge. Otherwise Good++$88.00

FW11772

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A Toothing Plane, fruitwood. A scraper plane with a single iron set almost vertically. The surface of the iron is covered with vertical scorings which produce a serrated cutting edge, which will scratch away wood quite fast with out lifting the grain. Valuable for working awkwardly grained surfaces before finishing flat. Also used to roughen surfaces before gluing, such as veneering work. Good++ $88.00

FW11774

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A Beech Compass Plane with adjustable sliding boxwood front by Varvell & Son, York. The front adjusts for variation of radius. 7 1/2 inches long, 2 inch cutter. Good++ $115.00

FW11723

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A Miniature Boxwood Tailed Rebate Plane by Albert Keating. Used for instrument making. Fine condition. $198.00

FW11727

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A Twin Iron Gothic Bead, 6/8 inch. Marked with the owners name J. G. Rogers. Good++ $160.00

FW11657

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A Simple Gothic Bead, 3/8 inch, fully boxed. Unmarked. Good++ $98.00

FW11658

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A Quirk, Ogee & Bevel Molding Plane by Mockridge & Francis, Newark, NJ. The cutting iron is by Butcher. Very nice condition. Good++ $98.00

FW11640

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A Handled Fruitwood Plow Plane, marked No 125. Excellent Plow Plane, pretty figured wood. Boxed fence nicely dovetailed in place. Good++ $225.00

FW11614

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A Pair of Table Hollow & Rounds by A. Howland & Co. NY. marked No 185 and 5/8 on the heel. In Good++ condition. $125.00

FW11615

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A Counter Check Plane by Malloch, Perth. A specialty plane used by window makers. Good++ $98.00

FW11594

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A Solid Boxwood Plow Plane with brass fittings. There is an owners name on the front of the plane, S. Clarke. A simple wedge stem plow plane made in boxwood that, over the years, has acquired a beautiful honey color. Good+ $365.00

FW11593

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An Ogee Molding Plane by A. Mathieson, Glasgow. Marked No 36, 5/8 inch. Good+ $68.00

FW8980

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An Ogee with Astragal, owners name stamped in the wood, F. Inns. Good+ $38.00

FW11375

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An Ogee and Bevel by King & Peach, Hull, 1848 to 1864. Good++ $68.00

FW11449

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A 5/8 inch Cove and Ogee by Wm Moss, 1812 to 1844. Good+ $58.00

FW11450

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A 6/8 inch Cove & Bevel by O'Kines, C1825. Good+ $48.00

FW11452

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A 3/8 inch Cove & Bevel by Nurse & Co., 1875 to 1903. Good++ $48.00

FW11453

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A Boxed Quirk & Fillet by King and Prague, Hull. Marked No 6 on the heel. Good+ $58.00

FW11365

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A Meeting Rail Plane by Currie, Glasgow. (Used for window sash) The screws for the adjustable fence are replacements. Good+ $68.00

FW11376

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A Handled Screw Stem Plow Plane by Ohio Tool Co. Beech wood body with fruitwood screw stems and nuts, brass fittings. There is a tight hair line shake on the top of the plane and by the mouth. The screw stems are near perfect. Good+ $225.00

FW9305

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A Complex Molding Plane by Watsons, Leeds, early 1800s. A Flute, Quirk & Fillet profile. Good $54.00

FW11428

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An Ogee with Fillet Molding Plane by Wallace, Dundee. Good++ $58.00

FW11368

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A Quirk Ogee with Bead Molding Plane, marked No 4 by Joseph Gleave, Bolton. Good++ $68.00

FW11361

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A Lying Ogee with Bevel, Complex Molding Plane by Cox & Luckman, Birmingham. Good++ $98.00

 

FW11390

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A 7/8 inch Bead Plane by Buck. Good+ $54.00

FW11389

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A 3/4 inch Ovolo Plane by Tyzac & Son. Good++ $78.00

FW11393

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A Fully Boxed 3/16 inch Cock Beading Plane by Melhuish, Fetter Lane, London. FINE condition. $78.00

FW11337

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A Rosewood and Brass Mortice Gauge by Robert Kelly & Sons, Liverpool. This maker was listed as a "Plane and Edge Tool Maker" in the early 1900s. His company was later bought out by Melhuish of London. Good++ $78.00

FW11340

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A Very Unusual Handled Sash Scribe Molding Plane by James Panton, Aberdeen, Scotland. 1882 to 1908. Until 1895 Panton was described as a planemaker. After that time, he is described as a tool merchant. This plane is in FINE condition. $225.00

FW11320

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A Sash Coping Plane by John Bell AGT Philadelphia. The AGT mark is rated two stars for rarity in "Amer. Wooden Planes". John Bell was a planemaker who worked from 1829 to 1851. Good++ condition. $68.00

FW11322

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A Complex Molding Plane by Wm. Marples, Hibernia. C1900. 1 1/4 inch Quirk Ovolo. Crispy condition. Good++ $135.00

FW10080

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A Complex Molding Plane, Ogee and Bevel. Marked A. L. Chapman in the wood, probably an owners name. Good++ $98.00

FW10662

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A Panel Plane by A. Wheaton, Philad'a. Amos Wheaton was an early Philadelphia, PA. planemaker. He was listed in the 1793 and 1796 directories. He is rated three stars for rarity in American Wooden Planes. Three stars denotes very rare, only between 50 and 100 known examples. Good+ $485.00

FW11272

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A Twin Iron Sash Plane by Arthur of Edinburgh, marked 5/8 on the heel. Nice crispy condition. Good++ to Fine $88.00

FW11156

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An Early Astragal Plane by T. Yates, 8 3/16 inches long. Dark patina, early style wedge. Good+ $54.00

FW11155

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A Quirk Ovolo with Bead Molding Plane, marked No 8 on the heel of the plane, by Ponder, London. Good++ $145.00

FW11164

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A Reverse Ogee and Beak Molding Plane with a rosewood fence by G. Berry, 195Old St. London. Nice patina on this plane. Good++ $160.00

FW11163

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A Complex Molding Plane. Unusually marked on the toe of the plane - No 143 1/2 inch. No makers name. Cuts a quirk ovolo with fillet. Good++ $165.00

FW11207

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A Sash Coping Plane by E. F. Bookham, Tool Merchant, Dover. Good++ $115.00

FW11209

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An attractive Mahogany Cill Plane with boxwood sole and wedge. Good++ $135.00

FW11197

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A super Beech Handrail Plane. with adjustable fence. Owners name stamped in the wood. Good++ $175.00

FW11110

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A Solid Boxwood Chair Maker's Travisher, by J. Gleave & Son, Manchester. Extra deep cut - great for Windsor chair seats. You don't find them like this one very often !!Good++ $375.00

FW11100

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An outstanding Chamfer Plane with adjustable fence and brass bull nose by Buck & Hickman, London. Good++ $220.00

FW11098

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A pretty Lignum Vitae Compass Plane with Boxwood Adjustable Front. A users name is stamped in the wood on the front. The iron is by Pearson & Co. A great looking plane in exotic wood. Good++ $225.00

FW11044

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A very nice Mahogany Chamfer Plane with adustable fence. E. Preston iron. (The plane is not marked). Good++ $135.00

FW10355

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Another very nice Complex Molding Plane by J. Wood. Good++ $120.00

FW10897

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A Pair of Side Rebate Planes by Preston, used for trimming up the sides of rebates or grooves. Ready to use in Good++ condition. $165.00

FW10360

 

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