Antique and Vintage Tools for Sale

I collect tools but I'm only after tools that I can and will use. So I often buy a box but only want one or two. These tools are the ones that I'm passing on. To the best of my ability I've taken photos to give people a good idea of what is on offer. I've also added comments like "display only" for tools that are still valuable and good pieces but too degraded to be reasonably brought back into service.
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How to make Cider with an Axe! Making a timber Framed Press Part 09 scri...

How to make Cider with an Axe! Making a timber Framed Press Part 09 scribe layout

Part 07 Preparing the beam for the joints

How to make Apple Cider with an AXE! Part 07 Preparing the beam for the joints

Smaller snout rather pitted sole.

Smaller snout rather pitted sole.

Larger snout $33

Larger snout $33

Snouts. Large is $33 smaller is $18 see other photos

Snouts. Large is $33 smaller is $18 see other photos

Carving Snouts.  Top one is the better of the two both in terms of its blade and that it has a handle $33. Bottom one has a rather pitted sole and of course missing its handle $18.  See other photos.

Carving Snouts. Top one is the better of the two both in terms of its blade and that it has a handle $33. Bottom one has a rather pitted sole and of course missing its handle $18. See other photos.

Different style of smoothing gouge. Fully granked (sole 90 degrees to the shaft).  I want to keep at least one of these.  I'd say about $44ea. The ones in poorer (but still pretty reasonable) condition have makers marks while two in better condition are bare.

Different style of smoothing gouge. Fully granked (sole 90 degrees to the shaft). I want to keep at least one of these. I'd say about $44ea. The ones in poorer (but still pretty reasonable) condition have makers marks while two in better condition are bare.

Handles of the smoothing gouges. From the top non cranked blade $44, Shiny one with a cranked blade and good makers mark ($44), non cranked blade with damaged handle ($25), Best of the bunch solid broad cranked blade with heavy duty handle ($55).

Handles of the smoothing gouges. From the top non cranked blade $44, Shiny one with a cranked blade and good makers mark ($44), non cranked blade with damaged handle ($25), Best of the bunch solid broad cranked blade with heavy duty handle ($55).

Show makers smoothing gouges of two different types (cranked and non-cranked).  The left one is the best non-cranked ($44) the right one is the best cranked one ($55). The shiny one has a very good makers mark. Good collectors piece but pitted. Could be used but will need a fair bit of work. ($44) The one third from the bottom has damage to the handle and a bit more corrosion on the sole. Although probably not as bad as the shiny one before it was cleaned up ($25).

Show makers smoothing gouges of two different types (cranked and non-cranked). The left one is the best non-cranked ($44) the right one is the best cranked one ($55). The shiny one has a very good makers mark. Good collectors piece but pitted. Could be used but will need a fair bit of work. ($44) The one third from the bottom has damage to the handle and a bit more corrosion on the sole. Although probably not as bad as the shiny one before it was cleaned up ($25).

Auger Bits. Note the squared rod of the smaller auger with tapering cross section.  Might just keep that one.

Note the squared rod of the smaller auger with tapering cross section.

Not sure of the name of this type of auger bit. Prices about $15-25 but open to offers. Although I might need to be convinced to sell the smaller one. It seems to be a lot older than the other two and appears to be hand forged.

Not sure of the name of this type of auger bit. Prices about $15-25 but open to offers. Although I might need to be convinced to sell the smaller one. It seems to be a lot older than the other two and appears to be hand forged.

Comparison shot of the four spoon gouges I've currently got for sale.   Note the forge weld on the ~33mm spoon gouge third from the left.

Comparison shot of the four spoon gouges I've currently got for sale. Note the forge weld on the spoon gouge third from the left.

~20mm spoon gouge. In relatively poor condition. Note the "lumpyness" of the corrosion. This indicates that there will be significant pitting.  Also doesn't have a handle. Still for someone prepared to spend the time (a lot of time) this could be brought back into service.  Available for $18.

~20mm spoon gouge. In relatively poor condition. Note the "lumpyness" of the corrosion. This indicates that there will be significant pitting. Also doesn't have a handle. Still for someone prepared to spend the time (a lot of time) this could be brought back into service. Available for $18.

Close up of the back of the bowl of the ~30mm spoon gouge. Good condition except for the area of surface corrosion near the point of the bowl. There will be some pitting there but not too much.  Available for $77.

Close up of the back of the bowl of the ~30mm spoon gouge. Good condition except for the area of surface corrosion near the point of the bowl. There will be some pitting there but not too much. Available for $77.

~30mm spoon gouge in very good condition.  Available for $77.

~30mm spoon gouge in very good condition. Available for $77.

~33mm (wide) spoon gouge.  Available for $66

~33mm (wide) spoon gouge. Available for $66

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