Roy Underhill, aka The Woodwright, has a big, quirky collection of hand tools. These are his favorites — the ones he says he’d be buried with: holdfast, scrub plane, Buck Rogers smoother, moving fillister plane, Spofford brace and center bit, drawknife and shaving horse, Disston ripsaw, and a spring pole lathe. From Fine Woodworking #216
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