My second group of antique tools for sale. $35 to $450. Prices vary depending on the tool. The rare set of early matched slicks (giant chisels) date from about 1840 and are $450 for the pair. The solid boxwood plow plane in the lower left is $125. The mahogany Stratton Brothers level at the top is $45. The Stratton Brothers rosewood level below that one is $125. The ebony and brass Ultimatum brace is $325. Re: the pair of slicks. The definition of a slick is: A slick is a large chisel, characterized by a wide (2-4 inches, 5–10 cm), heavy blade, and a long, frequently slender, socketed handle. The blade of a slick is slightly curved lengthwise, and/or the handle socket is cranked upward, such that the handle and socket clear the surface of the work when the edge is touching. They both have the handle socket cranked upward. The smaller one is 2 inches wide by 15 ⅛ inches long. The larger one is 3 ½ inches wide by 26 ¾ inches long. Call or reply to this listing. Thanks for looking.