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    Neander tools and a couple of books

    Disston pre-1928 D-8 crosscut saw, 26" long blade, real nice apple handle. The etch is nearly gone, but I am certain I made out the 8 in the middle of the D. 8 tpi. Needs cleaning and to be sharpened. Has a very slight bend at the top of the toe, but not at the teeth. Looks like it has just about full depth. It's still a diamond in the rough, but priced taking the labor needed to restore it in mind at $25 plus shipping.









    Next up, a really nice MF #77 router plane, complete with three irons, 1/4", 1/2" and spearpoint, and its fence. All the function of a LN or LV, without the bling. In its original battleship grey paint, which is about 98% intact. The adjuster works smoothly, and the knobs are in excellent shape, overall this is a great router, with little wear. The irons need honing. $65 shipped CONUS.









    Sargent hollow tenoner. Makes tenons up to 1 1/4". Not as good as a dedicated tenoner, but way cheaper. The depth stop is missing. $16 shipped CONUS.





    Last, 2 books:
    The New Yankee Workshop by Norm Abram
    Hardbound, in new condition $8 shipped CONUS

    Building Your Own Kitchen Cabinets by Jere Cary
    Paperback, slightly used. $6 shipped CONUS.
    or both for $12 shipped CONUS.

    First PM to say I'll take it. Payment by check, MO or paypal.
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    Router plane is sold. Thanks.
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    Books are sold.
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    PRICE DROP

    $20 plus shipping for the Disston saw. $13 shipped for the tenoner.
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    Everything sold but the tenoner. How about $10 shipped CONUS for it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ken werner View Post
    Everything sold but the tenoner. How about $10 shipped CONUS for it?
    Okay, I'll take it. Watch for a PM.
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    OK, all sold. Thanks Jim!
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