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08/12/2018 11:11 AM
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LOT OF (17) ASSORTED ANTIQUE WOOD PLANES

Age. More than 100 years old Size. Varies
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Composition. See below
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot of assorted antique wood planes have hardwood bodies as well as metal blades. They are stamped either Appleton, Kellogg, Auburn Tool Company, McInty, Moreton & Foster, Sandusky and some just have their cutting dimension. All have various cutting profiles some of which include round, square, curved or other fancy profiles. All but one has their single cutting blades and one of them has a double cut/blades. All are in sturdy shape with normal use wear, could have some modifications, have wood wear, surface rust and have soiling/stains. Give them cleaning and try your hand at making your molding the old-fashioned way or they will make a nice addition to your antique tool collection. Size, cutting profile, age, maker and conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more information.

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