Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends....
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First up we have a prewar Type 16 ('33-41) #5 1/2; great plane, these 5 1/2s have weight and mass and were Stanley's answer to English panel planes; rosewood tote and knob are solid and in good condition, very clean plane, zero apologies, virtually full iron, full nickel on lever cap, a great plane and great example of its type; reset the bevel on the iron and sharpened on my Tormek; more attention to the iron will improve performance; mated chipbreaker too; you don't see these in this condition offered up all that often,nice and crispy plane; yours for a very reasonable $75 plus shipping; pics:  SOLD















Next is  a really neat rosewood and brass tool holder, with a bunch of different tool bits that go into the holder. Late 19th Century, maker marked "LL Hull, Clinton CT USA" A really neat tool, very well made. Check out the pics. Yours for $16 plus shipping.  Pic






First PM with an unequivocal "I'll take it" and with full shipping address (so I can print mailing labels and quote shipping) gets priority.  I don't have paypal, so payment by USPS money order, unless I know you from the form, then checks are ok.

Thanks for looking.
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  Re: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by Admiral (First up we have a [...)
Also, I have a #4 Type 18 ('46 - '47) with 95% original japanning; an early T18, immediately post war where they used brass fittings but retained the hardwood knob and tote; still retains the thicker wartime T17 castings which give it more heft and mass, no apologies, good sole and mouth, plenty of iron left on this plane. Ready to be put to wood as you can see from the shavings. Yours for $50 plus shipping.  Pics:
















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  Re: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by Admiral (First up we have a [...)
Kind of surprised the 5 1/2 is still available. IMHO, that's a great deal.
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  Re: RE: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by DaveParkis (Kind of surprised th...)
(12-06-2018, 10:18 PM)DaveParkis Wrote: Kind of surprised the 5 1/2 is still available.  IMHO, that's a great deal.

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Me too....that 5 1/2 is a tank!!!!!!!! And it is crispy for sure !!!!!! Love the little tool holder also..I have one like it but doesn't have as many tools with it..
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  Re: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by Admiral (First up we have a [...)
PM sent for 5 1/2.
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PM sent for the Number 4.
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  Re: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by Admiral (First up we have a [...)
The #5 1/2 is sold.
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  Re: RE: Stanley 5 1/2 - Crisp; and Odds and ends.... by Admiral (The #5 1/2 is sold....)
(12-07-2018, 09:23 AM)Admiral Wrote: The #5 1/2 is sold.

All the tools are sold.  Thanks to all for looking.
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