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  1. What would be a good alternative to Blanchard pricking irons that mark the leather without piercing or even cutting the top part of the leather? I can't find Dixons and Osborne only makes on per size. Wuta and Abbey England have been mentioned but these companies make different types of irons so I am not sure which would be comparable. Which if any from these companies would be comparable to Blanchard? Are there other irons that are more similar?
  2. Hello all, i have a variety of tools for sale since I will be closing down my leather tool business. Just some of the tools I have for sale are the following; a vintage set of tools put together from odds and ends for 85$ which contains -Vintage C.S. Osborne head knife -vintage coarse grit sharpening stone -bisonette no.0 -vintage Vergez Blanchard plough knife -vintage Japanese euro style paring knife - Auto Awl Then a pair of Pricking Irons both 9 SPI For 65$ one is a vintage J.Dixon slimline iron and the second is a handmade iron by an ex Joseph Dixon Employee has visible grinding and file work on teeth. then for sale I have the following items -vintage C.S. Osborne head knife 38$ (bottom knife on picture -vintage Theo Harrington round knife rare 70$(2nd knife from bottom) -Japanese style skiving knife made from D2 steel has heavy marking from shape being grinded down 50$ -Vintage C.S. Osborne round knife 45$ (2nd from top) - Vintage C.S. Osborne round knife 45$ (top) I have also a very large selection of Wrose, Gomph round knives and other pricking irons and rose wood handle awls. I am willing to accept the best offers on these tools and as an incentive to those who buy I will offer free sharpening to a razor edge and I’ll give some high grade polishing/sharpening compound that we produced in our workshop I ship internationally from my location which is Belgium and I accept payments only through PayPal for which I can provide invoices too. If you have any questions please do ask I’ll be happy to answer!
  3. Hello Everyone! I have a couple of Vergez Blanchard tools for sale that I got as a gift but never got around to using them. First there is a stitching roulette or pricking wheel with guide and includes #7, 8, 9, 10, 12 wheels, and a saddler's knife which is used to trim leather edges or cut veg tan leather used in the saddlery trade but not limited to it. Stitching Roulette - USD 240 Saddler's Knife - USD 60
  4. So, I picked up a very old Blanchard head knife, cleaned it up, gave it a good sharpening (easily 8 hours of work), and realized it needed a good home. So I came up with this little number, designed to go in a drawer, or be hung on the wall. I hope you enjoy. YinTx
  5. Hey, Long time listener, first time poster. I am currently agonising over which pricking irons to invest in. Having used cheap chinese irons for years, I'm ready to invest in the perfect set. Problem is, where to start. I know I don't want to go old school so i'll dismiss brands like Blanchard and Osbourne for starters. I favour penetrating at least 3mm worth of leather over only using awl (I know I know, its just my way. I do like to work with an awl but I like having the option for certain projects). I'm looking at 2+8 teeth at 3.38 and/or 3.85 So far, my opinions are thus: Crimson Hides: Great for consistent penetration but makes large holes and are neither diamond nor euro style Amy Roke: Great irons, well made and ideal for those wanting to do the awl work but punching through opens up hole too much which significant differences between entering/exit holes. Wuta: Same as Amy Roke, just cheaper and smaller. Other than that, little difference. KS Blade: Ideal for marking holes and punching through. Just unbelievably expensive. Even the new 'Black' range isn't that much cheaper! cmdachong: Great for both marking and punching through reasonably thick leathers without huge difference in enter/exit holes. Good price... But he has decided to stop making irons! These are just the opinions/descriptions I have formed to date based on research and discussion. If you can shed any extra light, opinion or introduce other suggestions, feel free. What are you using, and why do you like them etc (and if you're selling any irons, do get in touch!). I'm favouring the Roke at the moment and will just have to suck up the awl work and forgo the punching through unless you guys can help!
  6. I just bought a skiving knife on e-bay. It was sold as a Verges Blanchard and looks like a 3-1003D but it has a sort of hammered finish on the top face of the blade. I have a 3-1002-2 which is to all intents and purpose the same knife with a rounded blade instead of a slanted one but there are a lot of little differences. If you want the figures I did pics but if you can't read them, please ask. The only thing that is the same in the length of the handle but they are, as I have said, differences in size and weight and of course, they are made of different wood. The main cause for my concert is that the logo is almost impossible to see. The dog is unrecognisable but you can see something and the word BLANCHARD is underneath it. I also bought a set of black steel with red handles frog mouthed pliers which the guy swears are Blanchard but they have no logo. He says he bought them more than ten years ago but there is nothing like them in the current catalogue. I think one of us got ripped, can you help me to find out if was him or me? Thank you in advance for your help
  7. Hi, I am selling a load of BRAND NEW Vergez blanchard tools as well as an Osborne punch set and Japanese punch. All the items are in amazing condition, and need to go. I became a vegan (don't use leather) right after buying the tools...so I never used them. These tools are amazing quality (used by Hermes and Louis vuitton). looking for 600$ I paid 1000 and never used them. shipping is not included. Vergez blanchard pricking iron set 9 tpi 10 and 2 teeth Vergez strap end punch size 17 Vergez skiving knife (hss special steel) Vergez saddler hammer size 3 Vergez saddlers clam Vergez round knife Barry king awl blade size 0 Barry king awl haft (small) Barry king mallet 32oz Japanese Strap Punch size 21mm Glue pot w/brush Seiwa tokonole gum I am unable to post pics on this forum (I don't know why) so if you dm me your email, I will send you a pics as well as you custom price. Best regards, Isaiah LeVinus Instagram: @Ilevinus Email: Ilevinus777@gmail. c o m Quote
  8. Hi, I am selling a load of BRAND NEW Vergez blanchard tools as well as an Osborne punch set and Japanese punch. All the items are in amazing condition, and need to go. I became a vegan (don't use leather) right after buying the tools...so I never used them. These tools are amazing quality (used by Hermes and Louis vuitton). looking for 600$ I paid 1000 and never used them. shipping is not included. Vergez blanchard pricking iron set 9 tpi 10 and 2 teeth Vergez strap end punch size 17 Vergez skiving knife (hss special steel) Vergez saddler hammer size 3 Vergez saddlers clam Vergez round knife Barry king awl blade size 0 Barry king awl haft (small) Barry king mallet 32oz Japanese Strap Punch size 21mm Glue pot w/brush Seiwa tokonole gum I am unable to post pics on this forum (I don't know why) so if you dm me your email, I will send you a pics as well as you custom price. Best regards, Isaiah LeVinus Instagram: @Ilevinus Email: Ilevinus777@gmail. c o m Quote
  9. Hello, I'm looking to buy some brand new Tools I never used. Here is the list and the price. - Barry King edgers size 0 + 1 new $59 / each + shipping - my price $50/each. Get both of them is $90 + shipping - Vergez Blanchard pricking irons set #10 (new in plastic, never open) new 2 + 11 tooth : 269.99 . new 5 tooth: 119.99, set will be $390 + shipping. My price is $300 + shipping for the set. - Vergez Blanchard Number & Alphabet Stamp set size 6mm (all new) new is $129.99 + shipping. My price : $90+ shipping. - French style Awl, working perfectly with Blanchard, AmyRoke or KS blade pricking irons. I did sharpen it by my own. It's razor sharp, can cut leather and ofc it's using with pricking irons without any reason. Please look how shiny it is and the blade style. My price $50 + shipping. - Kyoshin Elle edger (barely used) : my price $20 + shipping. I have no idea why it showed error when uploading photos. Please check the google drive link below for the photos. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TkloH7HreskIj-zskuB8asBJIugMXAN6 Also, I live in Toronto, Canada. If you guys in local want to buy it to save shipping, feel free to contact me. P/S: I still have the package in this post. This is a great package for beginner for sure. If you guys want to get it, let me know as well.
  10. Hi all, I live in the UK (Nottingham) and am selling most of my tool collection, many are in superb condition. My aim is to purchase an 8" Osborne splitter and other key items. Makers for sale: Gomph, Osborne, Blanchard, Dixon, Mayer Flamery Paris, Dixon splitter, Pricking irons (Dixon 5spi-11) plus many more. Please contact me to discuss further I anyone is interested. cheers John
  11. I acquired a very decent Blanchard Paris gauge, probably between WWI and WWII. However, it has been in the hands of a very awful person who treated it extremely bad. One damage I couldn't yet solve are the screws. It has two eyelet screws with a diameter of 6.59 mm which is probably 1/4 inch.Do you guys have an idea where I get two of those screws???
  12. I would like to start a somewhat provocative discussion about Blanchard tools. I just had a phone call with a seller of mainly Blanchard tools who told me he replaced those he sold "with better tools". Aside the fact that Blanchard actually still makes leather tools which in itself is remarkable, I myself have found a lot of items much cheaper from other suppliers where I can hardly see a difference in comfort, sharpness or longevity. There are other makers out there similarly re-known like Amy Roke for pricking irons, or the newly surfaced design-winning S.Korean company Doldokki with a similar reputation. Nevertheless, I just bought a completely lovely pricking iron set for a fraction of the price from a completely unknown Chinese company that even looks like the old Amy Roke design. When I held it against the old design it was even identical, the only difference being 10g in tool weight. So what do you guys think? Is Blanchard overrated? Why would you go for it? Why not?
  13. For sale: Osborne, Vergez Blanchard, Vintage, etc Irons Vergez Blanchard #6 Irons $200.00 Vintage #10 Iron $50.00 Punches $140.00 Osborne 1 1/4" english strap punch Osborne 1" round punch China-made corner punch x 4 ? 3/4" buckle punch Vintage round punch Awls 6 awls (3 new Vergez Blanchard) $65.00 Creases $140 Osborne, Dixon, Vintage 3 edge crease 2 screw crease (large Dixon screw crease) 2 crease Knives $150.00 French Skiver Osborne Round Knife Vergez Blanchar L'Indespensible Knife Misc - Cobblers Knife, etc Japanese Plane Thread Lin Cable 10 spools $250.00 Misc Paint, glue, glue pot, oil $60.00 Burnishers $45.00 (put these on your dremel for fast burnishing)
  14. I need some advice. I'm kicking myself. A year or two ago I bought a Dixon 8spi pricking iron. 9 teeth. I don't have much free time, so I've practiced marking and stitching with it. Originally--being cheap-- I thought I could try the tilted heel punching technique to navigate corners. I should have bought the 2-tooth 8 dpi iron. With the demise of Dixon tools I feel stuck. My question can I purchase a Blanchard 8 spi 2tooth iron and expect to get on with life or are they not too interchangeable?
  15. I'm selling a vintage pricking wheel, 8spi (though you can put any size you want on it). I bought it in France. The shape is the same as the ones that were made by Blanchard, but the marking on this one says Lutz Par (for Lutz and Kremp, Paris saddlery tools company). It's in good vintage condition. Some surface pitting, but overall, pretty good - $100 (includes shipping to continental US). I'm also selling 2 Vergez-Blanchard edgers (size 0 and 1). I bought these new directly from VB, but use my Ron's edgers much more often. Both are in great condition. I polished them, so they are actually better than when they came from the manufacturer - $35 each or $60 for both. Both prices include shipping to continental US. Last item for sale is Blanchard manual edge creaser. Bought it from Fine Leatherworking couple of years ago, but since then I switched to electric creaser and don't use this one anymore - $40 (includes shipping to continental US). If you would like to send it somewhere beyond CONUS, send me a message and we'll work something out.
  16. 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.
  17. Found this at an estate sale and paid $15 for it. They didn't know what it was. Any one have any info on it? Link to gallery https://imgur.com/a/Z9taA
  18. Hello Everyone, Here i listed my favorite tools that i've been using for most of my project and have served me well and never disappoint me, A Vergez Blanchard 7 spi, 8 teeth, i'm polishing it twice a month and only shows a little usage, original packaging is still available and intact. I wish to sell it because i'm in some sort of economical problem and wish to settle things down first, attached is some images and some samples... Griffe a Frapper a Dents No. 7, 8 Dents Number 7 (Seven Teeth per Inch), Ten Teeth 1 1/2" width from first to last tooth 5 1/2" length point n° 07 = 3,85 mm increment I'm asking for $120 excluding shipping.. Item will be sent from Indonesia with international registered airmail from my post office... Shipping would normally takes 2-4 weeks depending on locations and weather... Thank you very much! Items will be shipped 1 business day after payment received. I prefer paypal or western union... But willing to accept other method as well.. If you have any question regarding this item, please feel free to contact me, Sorry for my bad english, Thank you very much!
  19. Hi all! I've had the chance to buy this blanchard plough gauge along with some other stuff... As you see, it's one without the head-screw, and I don't find any information about its age... The knife has nothing written on it, so I suppose the original one was replaced... Can anyone give me some information about this thing? :-) Thanks a lot, Andy
  20. Hi there, So I just received this head knife and it has obviously seen some years and could use a little restoration. I was kind of surprised that the knife still had a reasonable edge and it should turn great with a bit of sharpening. I also want to clean and polish the blade to bring the shine back, but I've never restored a tool before and I'm not sure where to start and with what. Can I do this by myself or should I pay to get it done professionally? Another pic:
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