Monthly Archives: April 2016

Unicorn for sale, Stanley 45 with original Screwdriver

Just kidding. I wouldn’t part with my Stanley 45 and I’ve grown attached to the unicorn. We named him Bert. But, if it comes down to it, the Unicorn goes way before the Stanley 45 combination plane. I just acquired this … Continue reading

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Jefferson Monticello Bookcase

Image Credit: Thomas Jefferson Foundation/Robert C. Lautman Copyright © Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc. (https://www.monticello.org/site/house-and-gardens/librarybook-room) Mr. Jefferson may have called them book cases or book presses. In 1815 he ceded, thats right according to historians he never referred to the sale … Continue reading

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Who doesn’t love Stanley Everlasting Chisels

Photo from oldtooluser.com So I didn’t write this post to brag, ok maybe a little. I just wanted to share how much I love these chisels and the balance they have in your hand that I had never experienced before. … Continue reading

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Stanley No. 1 Plane for sale for $1.02

Picture from Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co. – Tools and Benches for Manual Training and Technical Schools http://hdl.handle.net/2027/uc2.ark:/13960/t8hd7qj7p?urlappend=%3Bseq=6 I’m shamelessly hoping the Google overlords direct all would be searches for the unicorn Stanley Number 1 plane to this post. If you’d like to … Continue reading

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