Up for your viewing is a vintage set of STANLEY EVERLASTING CHISEL SET. These belonged to my brothers - step fathers -father. They were taken care of very well. I will try to tell you as much as I have found out about them. I believe them to also be called Stanley No. 120....They have four different patient dates on - 7/28/08--2/23/09--8/24/09--and 5/6/24. On each chisel it states STANLEY (SW) Made in USA U.S. Pats and the dates I have given. STANLEY is embossed near the end of each chisel. The first four chisels do have some rust near the handle - which I have tryed to show in a photo. I believe this can be cleaned up but I will leave that to the new owner. The construction is a steel shank, bevel edge and lacquered hickory handles. The sizes are from 1/4 inch to 1 1/2 inch. The 1 1/2 inch , 1 1/4 inch, and 1 inch are all 8 inches long. The 3/4 inch is 7 5/8 inch long. The 1/2 inch is 7 1/2 inch long and 1/4 inch is 7 5/8 inch long...On the 1 inch chisel t are two very very small nicks on the end. The bag is worn but shows he used his tools. It is a canvas roll and I have taken two shots to show you the condition. On the inside of canvas roll the owner has in ink 1923..The case is 25 1/2 inches long and approx. 18 inches wide. I have noticed the one photo of the close up of the SW on the case looks like t is a tear in the canvas. T is not it is a piece of paper. You can see it is okay by the next photo of the case. If you are an antique tool collector this will be a prize to add to your collection. Good luck to my bidders and thank you for looking. In the near future I will be having more vintage tools from the same owner.I regret at this time I do not ship out of the United States & only accept bids fromwithin the United States. I am also sorry I do not accept Pay Pal at this time. As always I will combine shipping if necessary.
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