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#22999 - 03/10/10 10:36 PM Tools for sale list 3-10-10
Jim Rogers Online   confused


Registered: 03/14/02
Posts: 1661
Loc: Georgetown, MA, USA
Here is a list of tools currently available for sale.

These tools have been cleaned, sharpen, honed, and "some" have had handles replaced with new strike end rings.

Tools for sale


1 3/4"--Douglas----------$105--2G
3 5/8"--No Name----------$205--2Y
3 1/2"--Barton-------------$215--3B

Corner Chisels

1 1/8"--Cook--------$90--2w
1 1/4"-PS&Wilcox-----$80--3g

Framing Chisels

1/2"-----Mortising Chisel---------$80--3A
9/16"---Sorby (lock mortise type)--$75--4P
1 1/2"---Hand Forged-----------------$75--5R
1"-------New Haven--------------------$70--5Y
1 1/2"--Mix-----------------------------$75--6D
1"-------Stanley Socket bevel edge-----$40--6M-1
1"-------Stanley Socket bevel edge-----$40--6N-2
1 3/4"--PS&W--------------------------$80--6V
2"-------New Haven--------------------$75--6W
1 15/16"-Crossman--------------------$75--6X
1 1/2" Oine-----------------------------$45--6Y (firmer chisel)
2"-------George Parr-------------------$105--6Z
1"-------Union (New Old Stock)--------$70--7A
1"-------Union (New Old Stock)--------$70--7B
1"-------Union (New Old Stock)--------$70--7C
1"-------Union (New Old Stock)--------$70--7D
1 3/4"--Hart-----------------------------$70-7E
1 1/2"--Underhill-------------------------$70-7F

We also sell new leather sheaths/tip protectors for the above chisels and slicks.

Here is a list of Sheaths currently available for sale.

Sheathes Price List 6-7-08

Plain Leather #102............... $12
Plain Leather #102.5............. $14
Plain Leather #103................ $14
Plain Leather #103.5............. $18
Plain Leather #104................ $18

These are brand new.

I hope you will take advantage of this offer, these are nice leather sheaths.
If you would like to see photo of a sheath, just let me know, and I'll send you a link to the gallery of pictures.
I have created an album and photos are there of all the sheaths.

All prices do not include shipping costs. Shipping to most areas is $3 for one sheath.
$4.95 flat rate box for up to three sheaths. More than three sheaths will require a shipping quote.

Draw Knives

8"--- Mix (folding handle)--------------$70-2E
10"-- Palmer(folding handle)----------$65-2H
8"--- Greenlee--------------------------$65-2i
14"-- Unknown------------------------$50-2J**

Boring Machines

All boring machines have been cleaned, inspected, repaired if needed, and tested to insure that work properly, and have been oiled and are ready to bore holes.

Millers Falls--------$625-J4
Millers Falls--------$650-K4
Snell #788--------$235-O4
Millers Falls--------$575-S4

Boring Machine Bits

All boring machine bits been cleaned, inspected, repaired if needed, sharpened and tested to insure they work properly, and have been oiled and are ready to bore holes.

1 11/16"-60-@$25
1 9/16"---7V-@$30
1 1/4"-----8D-@$25
1 1/4"-----8Q-@$30
1 3/4"-----9E-@$30
2 1/4"-----9M-@$25
1 15/16"--9N-@$30
1 1/16"---10K-@$25
1 3/8"-----10P-@$30
1 3/8"-----10R-@$25
5/8"-----------11X-@$35 Swan
1 3/4"---------11Y-@$30
1 3/4"---------11Z-@$30 Ajax
1 1/4"-----------12Q-D-$30
1 1/4"------------12W-1-$25
1 15/16"---------12X-2-$25
1 3/8"--------------13C-7-$30
1 15/16"------ ------13J-14-$25
1 1/2"-----------------13O-A-$30
1 1/2"-----------------13V-1-$35
1 1/2"-----------------13X-3-$40
1 1/2"------------------14B-$35
1 1/2"------------------14C-$35
1 1/2"-------------------14D-$30
1 1/2"-------------------14E-B-$40
1 3/8"-------------------14H-E-$30
1 1/2"------------------14K-H-$40
1 1/2"-(Fine thread)----14N-K-$40
2"-(Fine thread)---------14O-L-$35
1 3/4"-------------------14P-M-$30
1 1/4" Ajax-------------14R-$25
1 1/2" Ajax--------------14S-$25
1 1/2" Ajax--------------14T-$30
1" Ajax-------------------14U-$30
1 1/2"--------------------14V-1-$35
1 1/4"--------------------14W-2-$25


Spoke shaves, other planes and other tools:

Stanley #26 Jack Plane-----$45--M39
Cabinet Maker vise-----------$30--M69 (no shipping available, pick up only)
Craftsman #6 plane----------$70--M75
Jim's Slider----------------------$49--M86**
Craftsman GC corrugated sole--$65--M90
Block plane-------------------------$30-M115**
Bit brace----------------------------$15-M129**A
Bit brace----------------------------$15-M129**B
Bit brace----------------------------$15-M129**C
Bit brace----------------------------$12-M130**
Bit brace----------------------------$15-M131**D
Bit brace----------------------------$15-M131**E
Strop (for sharpening)--------------$10-M135(NEW)
10" Bit brace-------------------------$22-M139
8" Bit brace---------------------------$15-M140
Stanley #102 block plane-------------$20-M143**(as is, not restored)
1" Rabbet plane------------------------$30-M146**
13/16" Rabbet plane-------------------$30-M147**
Rand Rabbet plane----------------------$43-M150**(NEW)
1 1/4" Rabbet Plane---------------------$30-M155
Race Knife-------------------------------$75-M158**
Plow Plane Irons(set of 8 )--------------$60-M171**
Race Knife-------------------------------$75-M178**
Base for Millers Falls boring machine(Cherry)-$85-M179(NEW)
Base for Millers Falls boring machine(Cherry)-$85-M180(NEW)
Base for Millers Falls boring machine(Walnut)-$90-M181(NEW)
Broad Axe Handles (3 on hand)--------$20-M184ABC ($20 each)(NEW)
Auger bit handle-PS&W-------------------$15-M185
T-Handles 4 augers (wooden, 12 on hand)-$2-M187A-L ($2 each)
Race Knife---------------------------------$75-M188**
Jack Plane #5-Stanley-Baily Pattern-------$70-M194(NEW)
Jack Plane #5-Stanley-Baily Pattern-------$70-M195(NEW)
Stanley 151 blade only---------------------$15-M196**
Stanley 151 blade only---------------------$15-M197**
2 1/2" T-Handle auger---------------------$50-M198
Spoke Shave 151 style-round bottom----$30-M199** (NEW)
9" Dividers---------------------------------$20-M200**
Stanley Plane #45 (with cutters)-----------$185-M202** (11-straight-2-3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 2-7/16, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1 1/4") and (7 beading cutters #21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M203 (Flame hardened)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M204 (Flame hardened)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M205 (Flame hardened)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M206 (Flame hardened)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M207 (Flame hardened)
Adze handle (New #1 grade Hickory)-----$18-M208 (Flame hardened)
10" Bit brace Northern King---------------$25-M209
8" Bit brace Stanley-----------------------$17-M210
2" Wooden rabbet plane "Roberts"-------$30-M211
Hickory head mallet-----------------------$25-M212
Set Irwin auger bits for brace-------------$40-M214** (#4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14, 15, &16)
Small Caliper-------------------------------$15-M215**
4 1/2" Dividers-----------------------------$15-M216**
13 Irwin bits for brace, in a box case-------$84-M217** (#4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, a slotted screw driver and a counter sink reamer)
Stanley #10 Carriage maker rabbet plane--$195-M218
Spoke shave 151 style-flat bottom---------$30-M219**

Bit and Brace Bits:
7/16” Shell Auger-$10-6G; 5/8” Shell Auger-$10-6H, 11/16” Ships Auger-$15-6i; 11/16” Ships Auger-$15-5J; 11/16” Ships Auger-$15-5K; 11/16” Shell Auger-$15-5L

Bit and Brace Bits; Not cleaned & Un-sharpened bits-all $1 each; sold as is:
¼” Pointed-5P; 3/8” Jennings-5R; 7/16” Irwin-5T; ½” Irwin-5U; ½” Irwin-5W; 9/16” Jennings-5X; 9/16” Jennings-5y; 9/16” Jennings-5Z; 5/8” Jennings-6A; 5/8” Jennings-6B; 5/8” Irwin-6D

I hope you will take advantage of this offer, these are nice tools.
If you would to see a photo of a tool, just let me know. I have created an album and some if not all of the tools have photos there. I can email you a link to the gallery where the pictures are.
All prices do not include shipping costs.

Jim Rogers

The id letter/number system after each tool price is my personal system to keep track of which item is which..
Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

#23050 - 03/14/10 11:00 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Jim Rogers]
timber brained Offline

Registered: 08/27/06
Posts: 242
Loc: Kingston ,NY
Hello Jim. Whats the deal with the broadaxe handles? are they steam bent or naturally curved stock? are the end oversized a bit to accomodate different axe eyes? what type of wood? how much shipping to NY 12466 (no rush)? thanks tb

#23056 - 03/15/10 02:13 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: timber brained]
Jim Rogers Online   confused


Registered: 03/14/02
Posts: 1661
Loc: Georgetown, MA, USA
I sent you some info via the regular email system. But I will post what I do know.
The handles are made of hickory and they are for an axe head with a 1" x 3" eye.
Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

#23057 - 03/15/10 02:22 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Jim Rogers]
Jim Rogers Online   confused


Registered: 03/14/02
Posts: 1661
Loc: Georgetown, MA, USA
I emailed Tom about the handles, and he replied:

The handle are steam bent and are made to a universal size, i.e. the size that is most common. In other words, they we fit most axes, tho, as usual, will need to be "fitted" by the owner to his particular ax. The wood is second growth hickory as is the best for handles. If i remember correctly, I did "flame harden" and oil these handles.

That's all I got so far...
Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

#23063 - 03/16/10 03:35 AM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Jim Rogers]
brad_bb Offline

Registered: 01/24/07
Posts: 603
Loc: Joliet, IL.
Ok, now I'd like to know what second growth hickory is, and what flame hardening is please?

#23070 - 03/16/10 10:17 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: brad_bb]
Jim Rogers Online   confused


Registered: 03/14/02
Posts: 1661
Loc: Georgetown, MA, USA
Ok, so when you go to a forest and cut down trees for the very first time, known as "old growth" the annual rings are very close together and dense. When this forest grows back the new trees are second growth. The rings of these trees aren't so close together, and this is suppose to be better for handles.

Flame hardening is a name given to treating the wood with a flame to give it some character and it doesn't actually harden the wood, at least that was what I was told.
If you view the pictures in my gallery on the FF you'll see the handles.
Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

#23075 - 03/17/10 03:11 AM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Jim Rogers]
Dave Shepard Offline

Registered: 02/19/06
Posts: 718
Loc: Alford, MA
I've got some old-growth something I've been chiselling away on in the shop. I think it might be rock elm. You'd be hard pressed to break a handle made of that stuff. crazy
Member, Timber Framers Guild

#23077 - 03/17/10 08:22 AM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Dave Shepard]
brad_bb Offline

Registered: 01/24/07
Posts: 603
Loc: Joliet, IL.
Why would old growth and second growth be any different? An old growth tree was a new tree once. Is it that a younger tree will have wider growth rings? Is it that old growth trees that we have experienced were under more stressed conditions during their lives and therefore have narrower growth rings than today, assuming that today and in the near future we predict that we will not have such stressed conditions?

I can understand why fewer growth rings would be advantageous, much like Osage was split by the Indians to have a single growth ring, thus flexible and strong. I just don't exactly understand why a newer tree would be different than an older one as far as the width of its growth rings. A tree doesn't know it's a second does it? Or maybe it has something to do with an old growth tree, grows among other old trees, and has to fight for light, and grows slower due to less direct sunlight. When old trees are clears(usually by us), more light= more growth in a given year. Maybe through deduction I just answered my question?

#23078 - 03/17/10 01:31 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: brad_bb]
Jim Rogers Online   confused


Registered: 03/14/02
Posts: 1661
Loc: Georgetown, MA, USA
If you want more information about the reason why second growth is better then old growth, email my friend Tom Perkins and he can explain it better to you directly.
Whatever you do, have fun doing it!

#23178 - 03/31/10 03:36 PM Re: Tools for sale list 3-10-10 [Re: Jim Rogers]
BlackNoir Offline

Registered: 02/19/09
Posts: 31
Loc: Minnesota
Sorry to be ignorant, again, but what does the code after the price on the chisels refer to? My TF friend said I should get a 1 1/2" chisel but not sure which I'd want.

btw, I see you have some Adze handles. Do you have any Adze heads?

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