more tools. we found out that I stink at pricing Stanley planes. or you folks don’t want them. or you already have them. Here are some # 78 rabbet planes. I tested each of these three, and all cut rabbets without even trying. A sharpening will make them really go.
JA 01 – SOLD Stanley rabbet #78 made in England.
JA 02 – SOLD Stanley # 78 rabbet plane, made in USA.
$65 – SOLD
JA 03 Stanley #78 rabbet, made in USA. Older than previous example.
Here’s two of the Stanleys from last week. I usually don’t knock down the prices, I’d rather keep the tools in most cases. But I guess when I looked on the web, I saw prices that were unrealistic. If these don’t go this time, I’ll save them for my kids.
Stanley # 3 – SOLD
in great shape. Used, dusty, but excellent otherwise. My feeble attempts at understanding the typology of Stanley planes tells me this is type 9. Has the Mar & Aug ’02 patent dates cast in behind the frog. “Bailey” and “No 3” near the front tote.
I had it down for $120. Do I hear $70 for it? SOLD
Stanley # 4 – similar condition to the # 3. The handles look they have led two different lives, but both are tight & functional. You’re not here looking for something other than a plane to use anyway…
I had it for $ 75. Let’s see about $50. Otherwise, it’s for Rose & Daniel.