Fantastic Sargent Plane Identification Guide

I just received my copy of Don Wilwol’s book, The Sargent Hand Plane Reference Guide for Collectors and Woodworkers. Don runs timetestedtools.net and is an expert in vintage tools. Both his site and his new book are great references. I’m proud to say Virginia Toolworks was a small contributor.

Congrats to Don on this thorough reference book! Get yours here before they’re all gone!

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Bryant is a business management and organizational development executive with over 15 years’ experience focused on financial and operational efficiencies, talent development and optimization, improved employee engagement, and cultural alignment of teams within the organization. He has diverse experience in successful financial and strategic planning, brand management, leadership analysis and talent development, as well as designing and executing improvements to teams’ cultural efficacy and organizational alignment. Bryant has experience in both International Public S&P 500 Corporate and Non-Profit Sectors, and also runs his own entrepreneurial business venture, a consulting company specializing in helping small businesses and organizations improve operational efficiency, leadership development, and employee engagement . Bryant holds a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and a Bachelors in Fine Arts (BFA).

One Response to Fantastic Sargent Plane Identification Guide

  1. It’s nice to know there are new books being written on antique tools. I’ve been patiently waiting for the new Stanley Tool Book by John Walters for twenty years. lol

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