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A store in Huntsville OH. Stopped in the town for some cheap gas for the van ($2.18/gal.) and decided to check the place out, again A #6 plane on a shelf.....unknown name. $25. Meh...pass for now A #5 wannabe with a "Master Mechanic" decal on the lever cap? $25? Pass A #5 Craftsman, with a keyhole saw handle on the rear deck? $15? Pass A Trans. plane, unkown # because someone had sawn off both ends right at the point the upper iron works start....$25? Not a chance 2 broken Shelton block planes and a #110 wannabe...didn't even bother to lok for a price. Yep, that bad. Now, the good stuff? The hacksaw is a Union Hardware Co. of Toppenington, CONN. The bit is a MY-T-Co 3/4" auger bit The pliers are a trimmer from Seymour Smith & Son Original #119 . All of these were a $1 a piece. There is also an expansion bit, still in the rehab center...it was also a dollar bill. Then, there was this thing A Disston USA D-23, with an almost readable etch. Has a slight, fixable kink near the end. Hardware was brass plated. Spent a whopping $3 for it. Needs a bit more rehab, but should be ok.... Missed out on a "Multi-family Yard sale" on the way home....maybe next time...