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  1. Sensor

    FS Junker Ruh SD28

    I have for sale a working Junker & Ruh SD28 375 eur including postage and 5 extra needles. Why? Because I am not using it anymore. If you are interested please contact me.
  2. $2,500 Fortuna 3443 Band Knife Splitter for sale! We are a leather goods manufacturer located in Minneapolis, MN and are updating our machine inventory. Please DM with questions! Please arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping - we have a loading dock for convenience. Thank you!
  3. Singer 188K1 Due to another machine purchase I have this very fast industrial for fabrics, including some heavy. I have used it for linings of bags, and a couple of fabric tote bags. I have never tried it on leathers, without a servo motor, I could not get the speed down enough to be content. Hence the low asking price of £75 to members of the forum, I will be listing it on eBay for 33% more than this, but please PM me and we will sort something out. Its in the UK 240v single phase motor, and would need to be collected from Norfolk. Harry
  4. Vegetable tanned leather which is labeled a double shoulder for sale. Labeled 8-9 oz (3.1-3.5mm) leather thickness, backside is marked 12.5 square feet. I think it is probably correct. This double shoulder is fairly clean as can be seen in the photos. The backside is fairly smooth. It does show fat wrinkles and other characteristics. I have more leather than I can use right now, so I'm selling off some pieces such as this when I have the time. Labeled asTandy item #9052-02, their price $90-$99 plus tax on the label, currently $112 - $140. I'm no expert, but I don't see the filling that is used in some of the newer Tandy leathers to cover up scars and such, so this *may* be some of the older nicer leather. My price: $55 plus shipping. I am also selling another side, which is an Oak Leaf Light Skirting 10-12 oz, photos in another listing, for $115 plus shipping. Combine these two pieces of leather to save on shipping and save on leather: $160 plus shipping or best offer. YinTx I just noticed the shadow lines in the photo: it is light shining through the slats in the back of a chair, no diagonal shadow marks on the leather.
  5. I'm offering for sale my collection of MIDAS Stamps from the 1980's This a rare opportunity to obtain 125 of stamps that are have been discontinued for over 30 years. They have a fixed handle which is 4" long and finished with a herring bone pattern giving you a firm grip when striking. In the pattern display photo the coins are a 5 p and one Dime each approximately 18 mm or 11/16 " in diameter. With the ruler this should give you some idea of the stamp sizes. The majority are unused. ALL the patterns are as new with perfect clarity. 6 stamps have a slight burr where the mallet has hit and 15 stamps have a slight discoloration at the striking end because they were stored in a block of wood as seen in the photograph and the moisture from the wood overtime has have marked the metal. For any further information please send a PM. Abbreviation on the number list are 'D' = discoloration - B = Burr. There are 125 stamps, worth on the market in access of £1800 but I offer these for sale at £1250.----------- Payment can be sent through PayPal via friends and family to save additional charges. This package is approximately 11 lbs (5 kg) in weight and the carriage will be charged as per courier invoice. Usually £50 contents value is included, but additional insurance can be obtained. All these details can be verified when a buyer requests further details.
  6. Have some round/head knives for sale. They're sharp and ready to use. Prices are plus shipping, which should likely be $8 to $9. I'm only shipping to the U.S. at this time. #1 is a Gomph that measures 4 1/2 inches wide. Blade and ferrule are tight in the handle. $120. #2 is another Gomph. This one measures 4 7/8th inches wide. Blade and ferrule are tight. Someone lightly scratched the name "G.B. Sullivan" in the blade. Also, on that side in the ferrule are stamped the initials J.J.P. $120 #3 is a William Rose that measures 5 1/8th inches wide. Has a crack in the ferrule. Blade and ferrule are tight. $120 #4 is a William Rose that measures about 5 1/16th inches wide. The markings are mostly gone. You can just see the remnants of the "W.Rose" over "West Phila" Markings. Really just enough to tell that's what it is. I bought it believing from the looks of the blade, ferrule, and handle, that it was a Rose. Was pleasantly surprised to find the remnants of the markings while sanding the blade. It has a small crack in the handle, and the blade is a little crooked (by about 2 to 3 degrees) but the blade and ferrule are tight. If you'd like to try a crazy sharp Rose, here's a good opportunity. $85 #5. Here's a very rare Henckels round knife. It measures 4 7/8th inches wide. The ferrule has some movement fore and aft, but the blade is tight. $150 #6 is another Henckels (I've actually managed to acquire 3 Henckels over the years). This one measures 5 1/4th inches wide. The ferrule has some movement. There's also some very very slight movement in the handle. I've never felt it while cutting with it. The letter "W" is stamped on one side of the ferrule. $150 Paul
  7. Would Like to sell as lot. If interested in items, or lot minus dye/stain/paint, please contact. Will send pictures upon request. $750 OBO Will ship at buyers expense. ryan.steddum@gmail.com Tools: Tandy Leather Hand Press · Line 24 Top and Bottom Die · Tubular Rivet Die Craft Tool Pro Large Swivel, 2 blades Stylus Edge Slicker Edger Assorted edgers, stamps, weaves and shaders Craft Tool Pro 7lb Maul Wood and Poly Maul Tubular rivet hand setter Assorted hole punches Al Stohlman round knife Al Stohlman Curved knife Industrial knife w/ extra blades Adjustable V Gouge Craft Tool Skiver Craft Tool 1” hole punch Wood handle strap cutter 0-4” Craft Tool 1 ½ strap end punch Craft Tool 2” strap end punch ¾” Alphabet Stamp Set 1” Alphabet Stamp Set ¾ Number Stamp Set Poly Tool Holder Assorted Paint Brushes Package of Wool Dobbers Sewing Awl w/ assorted needles Hardware: Assorted rings and D rings 4 -1” nickel roller buckle 3 -1½” nickel roller buckle 18- ¾” nickel trigger snap 8- 1” nickel trigger snap Lot- nickel Line 24 Buttons 12- 1 ½ Black roller buckles 18- 2” Black roller buckles 6- 1” Black trigger snaps Lot- Black Line 24 Snaps Lot- Copper, Nickel, Black Tubular Rivets Spool White Wax Thread Assorted wax thread Rubber Cutting board 1 ½ft x 3ft granite piece Dye/Stain/Paint: Fiebings Dye: Light, Medium, Dark Brown, Black Tandy Antique: Light, Medium, Dark, Black, Mahogany, Saddle Tan Angulus Paint: Red, orange, blue, red, white, pink, green, yellow, black. Leather: 18sqft 12oz Red Leather Medium Brown veg tan Assorted Veg Tan pieces, various thickness
  8. Please email me if you are interested. I check that more than anything. info@Loyalstricklin.com photos Here’s a video with the pfaff sewing (sped up) https://instagram.com/p/Bkh8VzJgy4r/ Nashville, TN For sale: Pfaff 335. Comes with swing down binder (cost $60) and extra slim presser feet (cost $50) and some extra needles $1900 plus shipping ($300-$350 from east coast to Texas. 450 or so to out west) Purchased new 9 months ago. I just use it to close bags. Maybe 50 hrs on it total. Techsew 2800B binding set up machine. I use this to bind the seams of all of our canvas and leather bags. Functionally the same machine as the pfaff 335. 1” tape binder included. For about $100 in parts you can convert this to a regular sewing machine just like the 335 or vice versa. Shipping costs are the same Both have servo motors. The pfaff has a space saver table. A flag table top can be bought for both as well from Uwe Grosse, so they can be 2-3 machines in one if needed. I’m upgrading to a durkopp adler if similar style, so I don’t need these machines anymore once it arrives. They sew and work as new and look brand new as well. Please DM if you’re interested or if you have any other questions. There is one person I’m waiting to hear back from on the techsew, but the pfaff has no one in line currently. Local pickup is available in Nashville, TN as well.
  9. Hello fellow leather craftsmen I am offering this beautiful Mayer and Flamery Machine a Parer for sale. These machines were made in Paris around the turn of the century and their reputation exceeds that of the famous J. Dixon or Osbourne splitters and are rare today even in France! The splitter is in perfect condition with a professionally hollow ground blade, honed and ready for another 100 years of service. This has been my backup machine, but honestly I only hone my own blade twice a year so there is no need for two machine when one of you folks could put it to good use! I am asking 2000 AUD for the machine or the nearest offer. Kind Regards, Aaron.
  10. The ULTIMATE start to master/bespoke leatherworking! This set is ALL that you need to start producing signature works of art. All the items you see are brand NEW and cheap! First I loved the thought of mastering leather with these amazing tools (used by hermes and louis vuitton) but soon became vegan. These tools originally cost 2700.00$. I'M ASKING 2400.00 OBO!What you see isVergez 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 plough w/ blade Vergez edge marking tool Vergez round knife Barry king awl blad size 0 Barry king awl haft (small) Barry king mallet 32oz Japanese Strap Punch size 21mm John james saddlers needles small Fil au chinois "lin cable" waxed linen thread (size 532) colour black ELECTRIC REGAD MACHINE! M3000 Electric regad machine cork handle Electric regad machine tip S0.5H Electric regad machine tip FN1 Glue pot w/brush Seiwa tokonole gum
  11. FlynnsFlesh

    Cane Toad skins for sale

    Hello, I bought some toads and need to recover some of the cost, 5 1/2" toads are $8, 6" toads are $9, 9" toads are $20. Let me know if anyone is interested, these are the same toads listed at $14 on Springfield leathers website. Thanks, Dan
  12. FlynnsFlesh

    For sale: Riri zippers

    Hello all, I bought a ton of Riri zippers and have too many at the moment for me to use on all my own projects, Id like to sell a few of them to help recover the cost. I have them in several finishes in a few sizes, asking $10 each. If multiples are bought, I'll throw in some extra (: Some of these zipper pulls are more than $15 online. Zippers can be trimmed to size you need. I'll post pictures soon, let me know if you are interested. Thanks! Dan
  13. Thines

    Union Lockstitch for sale

    Very clean Union Lockstitch for sale. Had been serviced by Bogle Greenwell.$1800pick up Azle, Texas. If interested I can send you pictures
  14. Very lightly used Cobra 4-P. In great condition. Less than 100 hours. Was bought as a hobby machine that got very light use. I am moving and need to sell. Includes all package accessories minus a few needles. I will include all the thread I own as well. North of Austin, Texas. Will require pick up or buyer can make shipping arrangements. $2200.00 message direct if interested. Thank you Kristi
  15. Lot of thread/misc supplies for sale! Annual clean out my studio time, so just wanna pass these items on to someone who might use them! 11 semi-used spools of waxed polyester thread from Maine Thread Co. (0.02") Various colors 1 lb unused cone no 69 thread, Tan polyester 1 lb barely used cone no 92 thread, Black polyester 1/4lb used cone no 92 thread, Forest Green polyester Glue pot w/ brush. Would recommend buying replacement brush head, but used one is included. Package of glove snaps, nickel plate. between 50-100 sets. Thread snips Must take whole lot. $40 including US shipping.
  16. Hi all, I have leather for sale for $1/sf. Quantities vary based on color and type. Anything from single hides to 2000+ sq ft lots. Full Cow hides, lamb, goat, calf, suede, hair-on-hide, belt/holster leather, and everything in between. Off-cuts (at least 1sf) are also available by the pound. Let me know what you need, and I probably have it. Here is a very small sampling for photo reference: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/y2mkzc5wpavb9qv/AABifeDDbK4G5jIOAtIS_9V4a?dl=0
  17. I would like to find one of these old patchers for sale at a decent price. I think they are cool machines and would definitely put it to good use in my shop. Let me know if you have anything or have an idea of another place i could look to find one of these machines. Thank you in advance.
  18. For sale: NIB Keestar 16.5" complete leather sewing machine - premium package. (Identical to Cowboy, and made in same factory) 2500.00 plus shipping. These are brand new extremely heavy duty commercial leather sewing machines with 16.5" throats and 1 1/16 presser foot height. They will sew up to 1" of leather with ease. They are absolutely identical in every detail to the Cowboy CB4500 because they are made by the same company. Cowboy buys from Keestar and simply has them put the Cowboy name on their machines. If you want detailed info, simply look at the specs of the Cowboy CB4500. This is the same exact machine. You will get exactly what is in the pictures but the machine will be brand new in the box. Some assembly is required. These machines were upgraded with the best electronic servo motors and ball bearing speed reducers available. They will sew 1" of leather at unbelievable slow speeds. All fully adjustable with the electronic controller. The servo motor on this machine is of better quality than what Cowboy puts on their machine. We also include many accessories. Deluxe stand with 1 1/2" thick solid wood top. Material edge guide for sewing straight pieces like belts. Needle plate for holster. Needle plate flat (on machine) Standard presser foot. (on machine) Feed dog - flat. Feed dog- grooved with teeth. (on machine) Center presser foot - Narrow. Presser foot - Left side. Presser foot - Right side Speed reducer with ball bearings. Tool package to service machine. Wax/lube pot on top of machine. (Cowboy does not include this.) 4 bobbins. Bobbin winder built into machine. Magnetic LED work light. oil bottle. (empty) 2 pedal system. 1 for operating the machine, 1 for lifting the presser foot. We have 3 complete machines available, and they won't last long at this price. Jim 612-730-6880 Text me for pictures. See pics of the presser foot assortment we include with the machine. All are Stainless steel. This entire package is over 3100.00 from Cowboy and does not include the shipping. Pick up on Hudson Wi. or I can also ship these if need be for a small fee. Note: The pics show casters. These machines come with adjustable feet, and I upgraded to casters as I needed it to be portable. If you want casters, you will need to buy them with a 12MM thread.
  19. BH Leather

    Need Wade Tree

    Hello, I was wondering if anybody out there has either a Wade or 3B Visalia tree they'd like to sell? I'm not making this custom for anyone but would like it to be all "average" sizing, no extremes on bars, seat, width, etc. Preferably between 15 - 16.5" finished seat. No production line or fiberglass trees. Not looking for cheap, just something I don't have to wait 2 - 4 months on. It's for a fall/winter projects to keep my mind off of my surgery that will keep me house and on crutches bound for a few months!! Thank you, Carol
  20. cheriva

    Brand New Cowboy 227R For Sale

    I bought this machine in December of 2014 and it sat in the box in my house until June of 2017 when I finally set it up. It works fabulously, but is not the right machine for my needs. It probably doesn't even have 100 stitches on it. It is mounted on a U-shaped table and comes complete with everything listed in the following link (See the link for specs as well). I purchased it from Toledo Industrial Sewing. http://www.tolindsewmach.com/cb227r.html Paid $1,695.00 + S/H for the machine Priced at $1,395.00 + S/H Located in Salinas, CA Cheri Heffren 831-679-2769 Home, 831-594-5897 Cell
  21. Hi there. Does anyone have a good recommendation for where to post remnant for sale? I'm new here. Trying to figure out the forum. Is there a reliable classified or advertising section for the community? I have an excess supply of Chahin 9-11 oz black latigo bellies. Fantastic, premium quality leather for small crafts. Dog product company remnant, very usable. Located in Aurora, CO. Will ship.
  22. Ken Nelson

    Working Saddleshop

    AS I near retirement age, the following is for sale. Well equipped saddle shop on main street in Portales, NM. This shop if busy, There is a good demand here for good new handmade saddles, gun leather and gift type stuff, ( photo albums, day planners etc. Lots and lots of repair. 3 sewing machines, Cobra Class4, Nakajima 280- like new and a like new 31-20 singer. Crank splitter, crank skiver, pull through splitter, cutting tables, work benches, front counter,. I am going to keep my hand tools. This is a going shop that is BUSY. Also available is a 1900+ sq.ft recently remodeled brick home on an over sized lot. If you are a good saddlemaker, this shop will work. If you are a boot maker, Portales is an ideal location. I would stay for 2 months to get you started in the community. Buy the house and shop both and I will cut you a deal. 575-356-3628 during business hours, mountain time.
  23. I have a hand press from Allstarco with an assortment of dies for sale. Allstarco sells a variety of dies that fit this press. They are used for setting rim sets for adding crystal rhinestones to your projects. I used swarovski crystals in my projects and this has been a great help. It is barely used as I want to go with different model. Items Included w/ Retail Value: Hand Press - $85 Die for size 20 (5mm) Round Nailheads or SS20 Rim Settings - $38 Die for SS30 & SS34 (6mm and 7mm) Round Rim Settings - $38 Die for size 16 (4mm and 4.5mm) Round Nailheads or SS16 Rim Settings - $38 Includes some pre-set crystal chatons ($20 Value) an assortment of 16ss Swarovski flat back crystals with rim settings ($100 value) and my leftover spot nailheads ($20 value). Will sell ALL for $220 shipping included anywhere in the US.
  24. It's been said the best way to find something you've lost is to replace it. Well, I can verify that one. I miss placed several of my hand tools and after nearly a year of not being able to find them I started replacing the ones I was missing the most. As luck would have it I found said hand tools one week to the day after I purchased the last thing I needed. Up for sale here are 2 C.S.Osborne edegers. Size 2 and size 0. I purchased the 2 about 9 months ago and has been used maybe 5 times. I purchased the 0 exactly one week ago. It's been used twice. Both of these edegers are very sharp and in perfect condition. They edege dry leather with minimal effort and on wet leather they glide along like they are cutting air. Price is 25 each+ shipping for the Osborne's & 20 for the Ctaftool. Some may wonder why I don't just keep them because having a back up is always nice. I have multiples of all the sizes allready , no need for another set of multiples.
  25. Stitcher

    Speed Reducer Pully

    I have 3 Speed Reducer Pully's purchased from Weaver Leather. I moved to Needle position servo motors and these are just sitting on the shelf. $85.00 each you pay ship. Any interested parties please message or email me pst@wickedstitcher.com Thank you Paul Edited Friday at 09:09 AM by Stitcher Quote