Not an expert on the 'high end' of the vintage tools market, but suspect this may be one of those 'ask for tuppence, take a penny' situations. The real gen-boys will have a fair idea about actual current market value, and will make an offer accordingly - highest offer secures.Trevanion":rlxrcmj9 said:It's crazy that they want that kind of money for it, I understand it's rare / one of a kind but surely they're not honestly expecting to actually get £13000 for it?
I've bought from the seller, but only mundane things like cleaned up moulding plane sets and I think a few paring chisels or a gaggle of carving tools. To say they are progressive about anything that's at all out of the ordinary is an understatement, though!!Nigel Burden":pebgc7yz said:I noticed the seller is teaandteak. Had a Norris plane on ebay some time ago for £13 k. Most of their stuff is in the thousands.