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December 28, 2014 Leave a comment
I hope everyone had a tremendous holiday and I hope you are looking forward to a New year.
I’ve added several planes since my last post. Take a look. Here is a preview.
Along with a nice #3 as found project smoother.
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Have a great New years……..
December 20, 2014 3 Comments
I don’t have any before pictures, because this beauty came with a type 20/21 frog with the folded lateral, so I wasn’t even going to do anything with it. I changed my mind more just to see how much work it would take, since it was a jack anyhow, I figured it would be ok. I thought it was strange that it had rosewood, but I didn’t think to hard on it.
On closer inspection though, I found this wonderful type 14. Based on the broken tote tip, I would say it was dropped and the original frog busted.
I had the correct frog, so its all back to normal now.
I didn’t do the tote repair, its an old repair which seems very solid. I just sanded it out and refinished, leaving the history intact.
December 18, 2014 1 Comment
A couple very nice plane I just posted featuring Hock High Carbon Steel (O1) Blade and Cap Iron Sets
November 27, 2014 1 Comment
And a recent Stanley Knuckle Plane Family Shot