We are selling the following woodworking machinery:
16″ Rip Saw”, 12″ Planer (Sagar), Spindle Moulder,
121″ Thicknesser (Multico), 12″ Radial Arm Saw,
Mortiser (Sedgwick) and Dust Extractor (Axminster).
All 3 phase electrics.
Again this is being sold on behalf of a customer.
£400 to £600 for the lot.
We now have a Myford ML10 Lathe which we are selling for a customer.
It is in excellent condition complete with 3 & 4 jaw chucks, drill chuck, faceplate, full set of change wheels, drip tray, etc.
Price £750 – Collection only
Please email or phone us for any more details
The Stanley 10.1/4 Cariage Makers Rebate Plane is in excellent order although a section of the base of the handle has broken off (pics on the site). It has a goood length original blade and 95% of japanning remains. It is an above average example of this plane type. See furthr details on the secondhandtools website.
and then there is the Sash Fillister in excellent condition.. Marked Buck London Improved.
For more details of these planes phone us or just look at the secondhandtools website.
We have just had come into stock two Stanley 71 Router Planes, both in G++ condition. One in a craftsman made wood box, the other in the maker’s cardboard box. Neither have had much use. For further details see the Woodworking 2 page. at secondhandtools.co.uk.
This set of Turning & Mechanaical Manipulation by Charles Holtzapffel (I think I have spelt that correctly) has just come into stock. Holtzapffels wpecialized in lathes for ornamental turning but also made a name for its high-quality edge and boring tools. The creme de la creme. These books are in excellent condition and only priced at £49 for the three.
We went out to Langton Long on Tuesday to buy tools – as we do. A very large converted circular stable block in lovely grounds at Langton Long. Again a lovely lady, a beautiful apartment, It was very spacious and gracious. But the amazing thing was that the stable block had once belong to a large country house, Langton House, but the house was demolished in 1949 (blown up) because no one had a use for it. The kitchen wing, The Brew House, the South block, the stables, etc., are still there but not the house.
On the way home we went into a pub for lunch and standing in the garden were two full size driftwood horses. Wonderful sculptures – probably expensive.
It was a hot day and they obviously needed a drink and a nibble. Had a a lovely day out (but on business) but it was hot and I was glad to sit in our garden for a cold drink.