- 24 Nov 2003
- Reaction score
- Dorset, England.
But if you sold those LN's, you would take a loss. That Stanley #1 cost about $2.50 new. :lol:Tony":2u70iz0j said:You've got to REALLY want one to pay that. :shock:
Myself, I'd work from A-Z throught the LN catalogue until I had used up the $5000 :wink:
That reminds me; I must have another go at that Time Machine. If only I could find a laboratory conveniently situated in front of a dress shop with a dummy who's changing fashions could accurately tell me where in time I'd got too... There's always something isn't there? :roll:Roger Nixon":tuzotctc said:That Stanley #1 cost about $2.50 new. :lol:
Life happens :lol: Death, divorce, health, moving, new hobbies, new tastes, etc. Most of the tools I've purchased were from estates where the families didn't care about the tools or collectors who had to liquidate. Purchasing a vintage or antique tool is never a cause for concern for me as I can usually turn a nice profit if I choose to part with it.Tony":1leoy5hn said:Sold those LN's??? Sorry I don't understand.... :wink:
That wouldn't happen to be a 602 C (corrugated) would it? In which case it is right there with the No. 1 in price and even more rare. In any case, a 602 is a real score :!:AndyBoyd":13tlz0gp said:Hey everyone, I enjoyed reading the No1 thread (makes me think what my 602 is worth these days )