A matched set of Type 11 Stanley’s for today’s cheap, but discerning woodworker.
Not long after I started this blog, I opened a “for sale” page. I closed that page after I sold all my extra tools. Since that time I’ve
hoarded gathered more great tools than I need (again) and reassessed my collection. I can’t in good conscience keep all of these so I’m offering them up for sale. See my for sale page for more info if you are looking for a few good tools to add to your shop.
The whole bunch. See anything you need?
Ground, honed, and ready to cleanly shave some wood fibers.
All of these tools will be ready to use, right out of the box. Check my minimal plane tuning post to see how I do this for planes. I aim to remove as little history (patina) as possible to get the tools back to 100% functional. All of the planes are tuned to a level that I would start using them. That means the plane soles are flat enough, the irons are very sharp, the cap irons bed nicely on the irons, and the frogs are stable on the plane beds. These are the things that make a solid performing plane. I expect users will continue to refine them, based on personal preferences (honing angles, iron camber, flattening soles, refinishing) and the work at hand.
Satisfaction guaranteed on all of these tools. Just don’t expect to win a nano-thin shaving contest with the planes. You can certainly tune them to that level, but I do not because it is a silly waste of time. Work is faster when you remove more wood at once without tear out.
Consider this a fund raiser to help me attend HandWorks. I’m not likely to attend in person, but I will virtually attend by placing orders with at least a couple of the participants. Oh wait, maybe I shouldn’t buy any more tools.