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Here you will find tools from my collection that are special.
They are currently not for sale.



RICHARDSON BACK SAW - Richardson from Newark, NJ had to compete with Disston. Thus to do this they made the most detailed fancy handles I have ever seen.  The saw also features a brass back.  The medallion features a flying eagle - a design of some very early saws.













 

This is a 110 lb. Fisher chain makers anvil. Fisher & Norris was out of Trenton, New Jersey my hoe town where I grew up. It was given to me by my brother who got it in Hamilton N.J. thus it has never strayed to far from home. A rare type anvil.


 

Above is a back saw by Port Jarvis, New York Maker Mondon St. John & Co. It is a brass back saw with wood screws to hold handle to saw plate. An early sawmaker and rare saw to find. Makers mark to right.


 

Above is the very handsome Stanley No.42 Millers patent plow & filletster plane made of bronze. Above is the second type of the Phillip patent plow and filletster plane. The Stanley plane to the left influenced Phillips to change his first type boxy design to this more flowing design.




The W.T.Fisher patent bevel square is a dramatic visual tool. Fisher was from Tennessee and had the Disston Saw Company make his design. The combination of rosewood and brass.





 

To the left is the Ruger patented brace of November 9, 1948 made by the Ruger Corp. of Southport, Conn. It features a head and center handle of hard plastic material. It has an interesting chuck that is shaped like a bullet shell.


























 










Below are two rare Miller Falls tools from the late 1940's - early 1950's. They are a plane and brace designed by Parson, who worked for Miller Falls as a tool designer. They are very futureistic in design for the times. Using see thru red permoloid for the handle and knob on the tools with bright chrome plating. They are spectacular and add a lot of pizazz to a collection.









































































 


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