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  1. tools

    Hello. I present to you my new work. Material: brass, stainless steel. Body Diameter 11 mm. Standard blade holder. Plating: gold, radium.
  2. I'm selling some of my tools: 1. Vergez-Blanchard pricking wheel set. Included sizes are: 7, 8, 10, 12. - $150 2. Vergez-Blanchard adjustable edge creaser. - $45 (SOLD) Both tools are current, newer models. Both are like new. I used the pricking wheel with 10 spi twice. The other sizes are untouched. Thought I will be doing more curves, but I don't. I used edge creaser maybe a dozen times, but it looks like new. I bought these directly from Blanchard about 2 years ago and they have been sitting idle in my tool box all this time. I'm trying to fund some new tools, and decided to part with these. Prices include paypal fee and shipping cost to anywhere within continental US. If you are buying from outside the continental US, send me DM and I will quote you what USPS will charge. If you are in Boston area, we can meet in person and do transaction in cash.
  3. Hi I am looking for the 3/4 rodeo alphabet stamp set. If anyone has it and interested in selling or know where I can find it please let me know appreciate all and any help. Thanks Alex laddercoleather@yahoo.com
  4. Hi Steve, You said you had a Pilot manual you could copy for me for a few dollars. Any chance you could do this please?

  5. I picked up an assortment of leather tools and these were in with them. Wood handle (not sure what type) but has flat side similiar to Japanese awls, Metal looks and feels like possibly surgical type steel, round and very sharp needle like tip. Only marks are Grey Ghost 1,2 and 3. Anyone have any idea about age or uses for them?
  6. Do you know what this is? Is it complete? If not, can parts be purchased to make it complete? How do you use it? So many questions I know. Thank you for any info you can share.
  7. I'm trying to locate someone with the knowledge to repair my father's hammer handle for Christmas. He found it when I was a kid and it's his favorite one to work with. I'm willing to mail it out.
  8. Check these out: http://zeebeeleather.com/blog/2015/6/20/so-you-want-to-get-into-leatherworking http://zeebeeleather.com/blog/2016/12/28/so-you-want-to-get-into-leatherworking-part-ii
  9. I have 257 OLD Midas stamping tools. All are in new shape (with the exception of a little dust) I really would like to sell them together. $10.00 each.
  10. Anyone have a design for a portable workstation?Cant leave my tools at the new house until I move in -- place got broke into and lost all my tools, and wife cant stand tools in the rental house and me messing up her kitchen! Found an old design in a 1950 magazine, but was wondering if anyone had any other ideas. If not just going to do a 24 by 26 6 in deep box, with a drop front lid Be easy to move around until I get in the new house, have a 30 in by 6 foot table started there.
  11. Hello all, Firstly, I would like to say what an invaluable resource this forum is! Now, onto the topic. I have been hand carving soles out of sole bend by hand for the better part of the year. I was using Stanley knife, wetting the leather and then rasping, glassing and soaping the edges to make it look smoother. However, it was never as professional as I wanted to look with faint marks of where the knife had cut still visible. Today, I finally bought a bandsaw to cut through this leather and hopefully have that super vertical finish. I tried a few and it certainly looks better (just some slight marks from where I held the leather a bit too long). I am going to rasp & glass the edges to see if I can get rid of those. So I guess what I'm looking for is any tips or tricks people have to get that really professional looking sole edge, how to use the bandsaw properly (I imagine it takes practice to get a really steady hand) and any other information people have to creating soles! Thanks,
  12. Hello all, its been a while. Anyway, I am in the market for a new edge beveler, and I have been told that Barry King Tools makes some good edgers for the money. I was looking to either purchase their grooved edger or their common edger. They told me that the common edger gives more of a rounded edge than the grooved edger, but that the grooved edger lasts longer. I havent really had great luck with precision and consistency with the style of edger that the common edger is. The grooved edger seems more like Tandy's pro edger, which is what i'm used to. The problem is, the smallest size pro edger tandy sells is a #2, which isnt small enough, and their new fine edger is too small. I'm working a lot with 4/5 and 5/6 oz leather, and the #2 tandy sells takes too much off and does not always cut a perfectly straight bevel. I guess my question is, does anyone have any experience with the sizing of barry kings edgers and possibly how the sizing compares to tandy's? What oz of leather is recommended to use with each size beveler? Do you think the grooved edger or the common edger would be more ideal? Thank you for the input! Zayne
  13. My new stamps.
  14. Leather tools and Accessories for sale! ALSO a SPECIAL EDITION Tech Sew 5100 Heavy Duty Leather Stitching Machine!
  15. Im looking to Buy some Barry King stamps or hand tools, edgers awls and such. i have cash in my PAYPAL ready to go, if you would like to part with them just let me know. thanks!
  16. Hello, I was wondering if any of you guys knew where you could get a bench top paring machine, seems like they are getting harder to find, so far I'm left with 2 options the german sharfexx and the across the pond alternatives, has anybody seen any others floating around?
  17. https://imgur.com/gallery/Vj4Wp So I've been doing leatherwork for about a year now and been addicted to hunting for vintage tools just as long. Not sure which I like better Most of the time I stop by a flea market or an antique store I come out empty handed but when I was out of town for work recently I stopped by a little antique shop and found a box of cobblers tools and in the box I found my first round knife. I'm still pretty excited as it's taken a year to find one! The makers mark is still there but I can't quite make it out and while researching I haven't been able to find one like it to help ID it. I figure it's a long shot but maybe somebody here can help me out. There were also a couple interesting edge irons if you recognize them. One I believe says Ashmead and the other I can't quite make out. One is a #2 and the other a #6. The handles remind me of a knife handle, not sure if they are original or added later. Thanks for the help!
  18. Well i wanted a lacing pony but didnt want to spend any money. So i made this one, the idea is that its easy packable and portable, parallel jaws for maxium friction so minimum pressure needed. Its just two boards, rounded and split leather added, at the bottom spacers added, just turn them around for no space, one layer spacer or two layer spacer. To keep jaws parallel to your work. Then tiny sash cramps, to add pressure but to also use as support on top of your knees, this way you can adjust the height perfectly.
  19. We manufacture unusually stamps and indivudualomu hinged blades for special order. You can choose any stamps and knifes we will make them during 3-4 days
  20. I bout the machine "like new" last March, and it still is...I used it only twice to practice stitching a belt, but then life kinda got hectic and never got around to using it again. Then, from Texas, I moved to Alabama and the machine has been stored this whole time...and yes, It is fully assembled, you can see it run and test it out before purchase. Ok, as for price....I have 3 options for you to consider... 1. $2700, my price of the machine INCLUDING my whole investment of merchandise for my attempted leather business (lol), which values at approx. $3500-$4000 at least..ALL purchased from Tandy Leather......THIS consists of NEW HUGE spools of thread*, NEW dyes and some used bottles of different color dyes, conditioner/gloss, NEW tools (multiple size punches,riveting kits, jewel setters, marker, hand carver, etc) , NEW conchos, jewels, eyelets, NEW belt buckles, LOTS of NEW UNUSED RAW leather belts, NEW belt loops AND tips, NEW packages of daubbers, 3/4" ALPHABET LETTER Leather punch set, guides, and maybe something I'm missing but whatever it is, its included! lol 2. $2500, price of the machine, spools of thread, and I will allow you to pick a few other things you might immediately need...To be discussed 3. $2250 machine only, and yes, the thread...I wouldn't want to sell you a machine without AT LEAST having that to get started *If I cannot find the thread at that moment, I WILL send it to you...Off hand, at this very moment, I can't recall where it is stored but I do have them Please consider these options and let me know how you feel, I do want to let it go, for someone else to use and benefit from so once you contact me, we can talk and see what will better accommodate each other because I have other business venture plans as well love... thank you for your time! Hope to speak with you soon!!! #GodBless
  21. BRAND NEW ACCESSORIES! Hi love! Are you looking for leather belts? accessories? tools to make belts and other leatherwork with? I invested in leatherwork while located in TX and moved to Alabama sooooo, obviously a huge change in market potential! I decided to just let it go and sell it to start a more passionate venture
  22. We produce on request indivudualomu hinged blades. The price of a knife 190- $ 250 depending on the complexity of the order. Shipping costs $ 10-15
  23. Weaver Leather Master Tools Hand-Operated Clicker for leather and apparel Used hand operated clicker from Weaver Leather. Perfect working condition. Nothing wrong, just bolt down and use. Comes with bolts even. Clicker pad has very little wear. Shipping will have to be by freight. Pickup in San Francisco available. No Returns due to this being shipped via freight and in perfect working order. I will need a written confirmation from you stating that you understand this is a no returns auction that will be legally binding. Item will come shipped in a sturdy wood box and will be very well packed. If you choose to pickup - no shipping cost. $1000
  24. I've never posted so i hope i do this properly. I saw on the internet, a hand cranked tool/machine for punching slots for lacing. It automatically advanced for even spacing. I can't find it now (oh the joys of gray hair). Does anyone know if this is available? Does it work well? (or is it a filament of my imagination....) Thanks. Robin