|chris castle||12/04/2016 20:39:44|
|1 forum posts|
I am a very basic woodworker with limited skills. over the past 3-4yrs i became very friendly with an old gentleman who had an amazing array of tools & vast knowledge. He passed on some very useful knowledge. Sadly he has just passed away, but he asked i should be given a selection of woodworking tools. These are far too good quality for my use, i would rather dispose of them & invest the money in basic m/c's. Could you please advise as to the best way to sell these items, as i'm not sure of the true value & where to advertise.
9x IYOROI chisels; 6, 9,12, 15,18, 24, 42 (x2), 48 mm, in leather tool roll.
LIE-NIELSON bronze bench plane LN2 ( new )
LIE-NIELSON low angle bench plane LN62
LIE-NIELSON bronze no.4 plane with HOLTEY cutting iron
Also looks like the original L-N cutting iron & a bronze frog marked 50 degrees
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