Tools For Sale

Contact Time Tested Tools to verify availability and order. I’ll invoice through PayPal

Buyer pays actual shipping cost.

Offers and trades always welcome.

If you need more information or want to see more pictures feel free to ask…….. (US Shipments ONLY)

#4 and #5s fit in a medium flat rate box $12

A single block will usually fit in a small flat rat box. $5.35.

A #6 through #8 will fit in a large flat rate box. $16.00.

For Anything larger or multiple items contact me. or email timetestedtools AT hotmail . com

*NEW POLICY* Please read. USPS hasn’t been very dependable. I strongly suggest insurance. Its about $5 per plane. If you choose the insurance I can guarantee the shipment to your door. If not, once it leaves my door, its up to you to fight with them if they loose or break it.

I can’t always keep this list up to date and often have a few items in the works. Contact me if you are looking for something in particular and its not listed.

Sharpening – Plane Irons Sizes 1 – 8  $8 plus shipping.  (does not include grinding out major chips or damages) $7 for each additional iron

Chisels – $6 plus shipping. (does not include grinding out major chips or damages) $5 for each additional.

Let me know if you’d like me to keep my eye open at the flea markets and antique shops for something in particular or a particular vintage.

Here is a list of planes ready to go. I’ll post picture if you need them. If its marked restored its been stripped and repainted with multiple coats of Dupli-Color Engine Enamel DUPDE1635 Ford Semi Gloss Black spray paint. Feel free to ask any questions.

    • Unless otherwise marked, the iron has been hollow ground on an 8” or 10” white wheel, then honed on a hard oil stone.
    • Back of the iron will be polished
    • Sole is flat to a working degree.
    • Frog has been flattened
    • All restore and tuned planes have been tested.
    • Planes marked “As found” are as I found them.

I will gladly tune and/or restore any “as found” items. Email for cost, but a ball park figure is $35 -$45 for tuning/Restoring and an additional $25 if it needs to be stripped and painted.

Stanley #3      $55   (my number 3-071815-2)   type 19

  • This is just as I found it except for sharpening and flattening the back of the iron. I’m not sure its going to need much more.
  • Original japanning about 90%+ with a few paint spec’s
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Stanley #3      $55   (my number 3-071815-1)   type 16

  • Completely tuned and sharpened.
  • Refinished hardwood knob and tote. Not original.
  • Note the original iron hade a very steep angle. I did not grind it all of the way out. I didn’t see a need to waste that much blade.
  • Original japanning about 90%+ with a few paint spec’s
  • As all type 16’s it has the frog adjustment screw.


Stanley #5      $85  (my number 5-071915-2)       

  • Completely tuned and sharpened.
  • Original japanning about 90%
  • Sharpened with a very very slight camber, ready to work as a smoother.
  • Original Rosewood  knob and tote (see pictures no cracks or  repairs)
  • Typical Type 16 with the frog adjuster screw



Stanley #5      $50  (my number 05-071515-1) 

  • derusted
  • Sharpened with a camber, ready to work as a jack.
  • Rosewood tote has been repaired.
  • I believe the knob has been replaced
  • it has the frog adjuster
  • § Note some pitting. The iron has some minor pitting but it will work fine for a jack plane. The base has some pitting as well. See photos.


Lakeside #5      $25   (my number 5-022215-1)       

  • Exactly as found by completely dismantled.
  • The tote is original
  • The knob is original 
  • No cracks or breaks.
  • I believe this is a Stanley made similar to the Victor.
  • A perfect project plane for restoration.



    Stanley #6      $125  (my number 6-072115-1)      type 18 

    • Completely tuned and sharpened.
    • The base and frog have been Stripped, sandblasted and refinished.
    • Sharpened with a slight camber.(see photo)
    • Original Rosewood  knob and tote (note the repair in the toe by the toe screw of the knob)
    • As a typically type 18 with the frog adjuster screw


    Stanley  #7C     $55   ( # 7-071515-3) 

    This is pretty much  as I found it. Its been cleaned up to show exactly what’s there. It’s Ready to be restored. There is some pitting as shown. I believe the current blade can be saved with just a little work. The same with the chip breaker.

    • Original japanning

    Feel free to ask any questions.





    Stanley #18 $65 (My number 18-071915-01

    • Completely tuned and sharpened.



    Stanley #220 $22 (My number 220-082413-10)

    As found. Just need some minor cleaning and sharpening and its good to go.



    Stanley #103 … $22

    Missing some japanning that’s worn off over he years but generally in great shape.

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    Stanley #51 (SP-071515-2) Spoke Shave. Made in England   $30

    • Stripped and repainted
    • Sole flatten
    • Sharpened
    • Ready to work



    Planes I have made

    Panel Plane. $325

    A brand new Hock cutter.

    Bloodwood with American cherry highlights.

    Overall length 18”

    This was made from a repurposed Sargent base.




    An Infill shooter. $525

    The build process blogged here,

    Bedded at about 38 degrees Iron at 30 degrees.

    Walnut infill

    Length 10”

    Width 2 1/4”


    Misc PLANES

    Misc Stuff


    A set of #45 long Rods in almost perfect shape. $12


    Protractor head for A COMBINATION SQUARE ….. $12

    See how its used here



    I have 1 of these Egg beater type hand drills left. $35 each

    From left to right

    A Millers Falls #2   (Sold)

    A Gooddell Pratt

    An the last one I can’t find a marking, but it has to be from a quality manufacturer. The quality is as good as he other two if not slight better.  (Sold)


    Red Head Egg Beater ….$13

    As found. Complete. Needs cleanup.

    Marked Read Head #110, New York



    Xion Egg Beater ….$9

    As found. Complete. Needs cleanup.

    Marked XION, Germany

    Needs a new knob for crank.



    General 810 Sharpening Guide. … $45

    As found. See photos.

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    Fulton Bit Brace……8” sweep…$6

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    Dunlop Bit Brace……10” sweep…$8

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    Yankee no 44. $30

    With bits as shown.

    Don Wilwol's photo.image

    Stanley #2 tote. $23

    Repaired . The split was epoxied and the tote was sanded and has several coats of shellac.

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    Here are a couple as found saw totes. $8 each

    Both are repairable. See pictures for condition.

    1-1 1-2 1-3

    2-1 2-2 2-3


    Sanding blocks crafted from Hand Plane parts



    Small one $25



    Block plane (Sold)

    Length 6 1/2”

    Width 2”




    A #4 size smoother.  $sold

    Made from a slightly shortened #4 base.

    Has a Sweet heart Stanley cutter

    Overall length approx. 9 1/2”

    Metal base length 8” 

    The build is shown here

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    19 Responses to Tools For Sale

    1. Dan Krager says:

      Hi Don, had never really visited your site. It’s a good one! May I post a link to it on my site? If so, is there a logo to use?

    2. Rob says:

      Excellent site Don.

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    4. gblogswild says:

      That Craftsman #5 up there with the flawed casting is a Millers Falls No 14 without the tapped hole in the sole casting for the frog adjustment screw.. and I imagine no hole for the adjuster plate screw in the frog, too. That should be a nice user, too.

    5. Joseph Palas says:

      Any Stanley no 7’s in the queue Don? Preferably pre-neoprene knob

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    13. David Ornelas says:

      Where do you guy get parts to restore old hand planes? Are the parts remake or aftermarket and cheap? Thanks for any input and help.


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