Weekend Rust Hunting
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Three days of trading kicked off at Rogers Flea Market on Friday, then on to Millersburg for Antiques in the Alley on Saturday and a quiet finish on Sunday at the Ohio Tool Collectors Club meet. I locked my keys in the truck Sunday and after waiting two hours for AAA, the driver was suprised to find me in a good mood. I just sat in the open back with good company...new tools.

The two plows are both Ohio Tool Company a No.96 1/2 and a No. 101. Good working shape with little damage to the threads.

The molding planes are crisp Sandusky Tool Co. a 7/8" No. 177 Table Plane, a 1" No. 146 Rabbet Plane with a tight mouth and a No. 62 7/8" Dado.

The stone looks like it will be a Lily White Washita or mabey a Rosy Red. Never oiled it should lap out to be a nice user.

The backsaw is a beautiful 10" 15ppi Disston No. 4 with a Reagan Patent handle. One of the early ones.

Forgot to picture a minty Marshall Peerless Jewelers lathe and a old boxed Washita.

David
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  Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Youngmoses ( [image][url=http://...)
Very nice, in particular the saw. Now put them to work!
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#13
  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Admiral (Very nice, in partic...)
Those Cherry boards are my sons first project. A box for 4H. We are working with all hand tools, he already hates knots and loves straight grain.
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  Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Youngmoses ( [image][url=http://...)
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Marshall Peerless Jewelers lathe





Would love to see it!

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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by TobyC ( [blockquote]Quote:[...)
I'm still waiting for Dominic to post up pics of that maroon block plane he scored over the weekend.




carl
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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Carl Grover (I'm still waiting fo...)





Me too!
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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Carl Grover (I'm still waiting fo...)
I'm holding out for the "after," when he's got it polished up to a high sheen, with a nice engraving from Cloudy on the sides.
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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Carl Grover (I'm still waiting fo...)







See ya around,
Dominic
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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by Blacky's Boy ( [img]/ssl_proxy.php...)
Minty.

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  Re: Re: Weekend Rust Hunting by TobyC ( [blockquote]Quote:[...)
Here is the lathe with some watchmakers tools i picked up a couple of weeks ago and make a nice set.


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