HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set
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A few solid users for those so inclined, tools that I would own (but then I'd have doubles and triples) priced to sell with value.


First up is a full set of 13 Jennings pattern bits, mostly by Bates, a Snell and Russel Jennings or two are in there as well, #4 through #16; now, except for the #16 and #8, these are the "101" style lead screws, the coarse ones, which somebody was asking me about a month or two ago, not often found; as with all my bit sets, there is plenty of flute, and the lead screws are not buggered; these can be yours for $62 shipped priority mail to the US.  Pics:













Next we have a 6" throw brace, not often found in the wild and you just don't see these come up here often, these are great when you need more control, and also good for screw driving; this one has been used a lot, but is still solid and works like it should with no slop in the chuck shaft, most if not all of the nickle is gone, and I can't find a maker's mark, but I am fairly sure its a MF, yours for $25 plus shipping; pic below on left....

And the venerable Stanley #923, 10" brace, this one is pretty crispy, has 95%+ of its nickle, quality brace, enclosed ratchet and ball bearing head, works like it should, yours for the very reasonable $25 plus shipping, pic below on right:








Next is a #42 saw set, I find these preferable to the #42x for setting 5pt rip and 8pt handsaws, this one is old, lost all original finish, but the striker and anvil are in great shape and all parts are present, even the washer and the spring for the front screw knob, and it works like it should; has a 1916 patent date on it; makes me wonder how many saws it has set in its lifetime; well it will set your saws just dandy, yours for $27 shipped, pics:











Last but not least here's a Barn Fresh Special, Stanley 9 1/4 block, as found, 98% japanning, full iron, no cracks or pitting in metal and its 100% mechanically, ready for your to clean up and sharpen; paint spots no extra charge (not many), sole and mouth in good shape, again, no pits on sole, yours for $28 shipped, great little plane; pics:

Last but not least here's a Barn Fresh Special, Stanley 9 1/4 block, as found, 98% japanning, full iron, no cracks or pitting in metal and its 100% mechanically, ready for your to clean up and sharpen; paint spots no extra charge (not many), sole and mouth in good shape, again, no pits on sole, yours for $28 shipped, great little plane; pics:





















As always, First PM with an unequivocal "I'll take it" gets priority.  I don't have paypal, so payment by USPS money order unless I know you as a member, then check is ok, and please include your shipping address in the PM so I can quote shipping and print mailing labels.

As always, solid users at reasonable prices.  Thanks for looking.
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  Re: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (A few solid users fo...)
Someone is missing the boat here. Finding coarse snail Jennings pattern bits is next to impossible. I have a set of Jennings 101's and I paid double what's being asked here. Do yourself a favor, buy 'em!
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  Re: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (A few solid users fo...)
+1
His tools are never Boring Big Grin
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  Re: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (A few solid users fo...)
6" brace is sold. 

I am a bit surprised the Jennings pattern coarse thread bits are still here. Remember the price includes shipping.

Tell you what, buy the bits and the Stanley 10" brace (which is a fine brace, by the way) and the combo would be $88 shipped priority mail to the USA.
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  Re: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (A few solid users fo...)
Bits are sold.

10" Stanley brace, block and #42 saw set still available.
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  Re: RE: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (Bits are sold. 1...)
Block sold; 10" brace and saw set still available.
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(10-04-2016, 09:57 AM)Admiral Wrote: 10" brace and saw set still available.

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  Re: HANDTOOLS: Mostly Boring, but 9 1/4 and #42 Saw Set by Admiral (A few solid users fo...)
Stanley 10" brace is sold. 

#42 saw set still available. Not pretty, but the striker and anvil are excellent. I prefer these for 8 pt saws and below over the 42x. 

Let's make this $25 shipped to the US to close out the thread.
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Bump for the 42 saw set at $25 shipped.
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