That's good. They aren't scrap then! Photos to come. Perhaps these can be my first Ukw sale items. Would you be up to helping with identification and pricing? There are different sizes and perhaps types when I do take a closer look. I am pretty sure most are as new. Same goes for a load of Ridgway auger bits, still with wax on the ends and many in bags, larger files or rasps too all wrapped. Your name is in the first batch of saw sharpening files.SammyQ":2rgau6sl said:Yes, and I would be interested in same. Hand saws still need need sharpening, despite the 'throwaway culture' pushed by induction hardpoint manufacturers.
He's got some good stuff in that shop online, it's worth looking at every so often but it's dangerously tempting sometimes. Looks like Quangsheng now make chisels too, "that are based on the Stanley 750". We all know exactly who they're actually trying to copy! :lol:.AndyT":cj0vb1k5 said:Matthew at Workshop Heaven has cottoned on to this and now sells proper old Sheffield bits, clean, sharp and ready to use - but nobody is making them any more!
Stubs used to make excellent files back in the day and are regarded as some of the best ever produced.Lindas":2y2stlhc said:I think there will be enough to go around!!!!!
The brands are Stubbs, King, H Stones, JP, JNS, CR, Oberg Sweden (I might have got that wrong).