A Victorian Varvill & Sons Plough Plane with fourteen cast steel tools, mid 19th century, with stamp for Varvill's Ebor works at York; also stamped G Gingell, well crafted, probably beech, with brass arm tips and other brass and steel fittings, the
An Unrestored birch and rosewood veneer writing slope, 19th century, having an inlaid stylised foliate design to the front and lid, a central cartouche with a mother of pearl button and opening to a brown leather writing plane; and as found. Height 11 cm.
A Victorian cedar and leather topped desk, 19th century, with a bullnose edge top and a mahogany leather tooled writing plane above a deep skirt and two frieze drawers with turned timber handles and supported on turned baluster legs terminating in brass ca
An early 20th century Norris A.1 type panel plane, mahogany infill with square form knob to the front, closed rear handle, brass adjustable blade keeper, steel foot and shaped sides. Good condition and in working order. Length 14¾'
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