Shapton 'Pro' #2000 stone, NIB, still with the plastic wrapping:
Japanese framing hammer, medium size:
Brown and Sharpe trammel set:
Packed in a mahogany box:
A pair of 42mm kiwa ganna, of a unique type, kinda like a gotoku ganna was divided into two separate planes, right and left. Makes for a low profile dai so this plane can also be used for trimming the sidewalls of grooves:
The sub blades are not laminated:
I think the maker is Katsujiro:
$150 for the pair.
A set of corner molding planes:
These I scrounged in small town hardware stores in Japan, and have never done much with them.
A look at the profiles:
The Akafuji ("Red Fuji") jointing plane, by the famous (and long deceased) Tanaka Sho Ichi Ryo:
About 15.5" in length:
Dai is fitted with a kuchi-ire:
Laminated sub-blade - the cutting steel is excellent, but I don't know what it specifically is:
I purchased this as a used tool, already set up. While the ura isn't the prettiest, the fit between blades and in the dai is fine.
The plane was called Red Fuji due to the slight copper patination on the blade:
The working surface - the dai is 'hon' red oak, a material getting harder to obtain and now quite costly:
The mouth opening:
There's another one of these on Ebay right now- which is surprising given the rarity of the tool - for $900.
A 54mm paring chisel:
Ura certainly not the prettiest, but could be tidied up:
The maker's mark is a bit hard to make out:
A 12mm chū-tataki nomi:
I think this one came to me in a box of assorted tools I bought years ago. I already have this size a few times over so I've never made much use of it.
A 36mm bullnose plane:
Sorry for the blurry pic:
The kanji state that this is a white steel blade:
That's all for this set of classifieds, folks. We'll be back to normal programming after Christmas. Much progress has been made on the Japanese ceiling...