Most of the prices were reasonable to high (as usual) - I passed on a later model Disston handsaw at $10 and a few other tools, but did manage to pick up a set of Footprint cabinet maker screwdrivers - these are the flat haft type with oblate handles in beech. I also found a #15 SnapOn Phillips driver, a "Sears" marked grinding wheel dresser (appears unused), a rosewood handled putty knife (partial to those) and a Sargent hole punch (second of this type I've found). Most items were in the $1-2 range with $25 on the screwdriver set. Nothing real special here but all good user tools.
|Footprint Bench Screwdriver Set|
|Made in England|
|Sears Grinding Wheel Dresser|
|Super Hyde Putty Knife|
|Sargent Hole Punch|
Not too bad for a brief stop. In particular I've been thinking about a set of cabinet drivers so those are very welcome.