02 Jul. 1994|
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I have a New Plane Showcase that has thumbnail pictures and descriptions of some interesting planes. Because of a disagreement about royalties, Bailey left Stanley, and in 1875, he designed and manufactured the Victor planes.
This delicate combination plane is usually found with a broken or missing depth stop or fence.
STARRETT SCRAPER HANDLE, Holds hand-scraper blades for cabinet scraping, floor scraping, etc. 97% of the nickel plating remains on the plane with a light dusting of rust in a few places. This section is divided into Stanley Planes, Other Brands, Block Planes, Scraper Planes, and Combination Planes. 5C, JACK PLANE, Type 11, with T trademark on the full-length cutter that has some roughness at the end that needs a bit of work or a Hock blade. 607C, JOINTER PLANE, Later model with flat sides and the three adjusting screws behind the frog. 608C, JOINTER PLANE, Later model with flat sides and the three adjusting screws behind the frog, along with the (18)95 and (19)10 patent dates.
10, CARRIAGE MAKER'S RABBET PLANE, Notched-rectangle logo on the full-length cutter, made in Feburary, 1940. 13, CIRCULAR PLANE, Early Bailey's patent (1872-85), with the small half-circle J trademark on the cutter with about an inch of meat left.
20, CIRCULAR PLANE, Made in USA logo on the cutter, steel adjusting nut, and Sweetheart label on the brown box date this to the WW II era.
78 DUPLEX RABBIT & FILLETSTER PLANE, Notched-rectangle logo on the cutter with good length.
93, CABINET MAKER'S RABBET PLANE, Made in USA mark on the cutter and the plug in the front. 95, EDGE TRIMMER BLOCK PLANE, The sole has a fence at 90 degrees to plane the edges of boards square to the face. Stanley took him to court and by 1878 got a ruling that Bailey could not make the Victor planes anymore. 80M, CABINET SCRAPER, The M stands for malleable iron, which makes this one much less breakable than the cast iron model. 112, CABINET SCRAPER PLANE, STANLEY block-letter logo on the original cutter with almost full length.
46, SKEWED COMBINATION PLANE, Complete with all ten very nice cutters and the slitter in an owner-made box which also contains seven beading cutters from a No. 50 LIGHT COMBINATION PLANE, Complete with 2 depth stops, the usually-missing cutter holding screw and shaving deflector, and 17 cutters (9 plow, 6 beading and 1 match) that have had very little use (only two have been sharpened) - they have some dirt and original cosmoline on them, in their blue-labeled Stanley box. The dark-rosewood handles and fences are very nice, with some minor rough spots on the small fence, which could use a minor clean-up for use. 99, LEFT-HANDED, SIDE-RABBET PLANES, A pair of later models with the depth stop on the back.
Crisp dark rosewood handle with the early forward-sweep, and low knob have some minor tool-box dings. 1-Beading and Center Beading, 2-Plow, 3-Dado, 4-Rabbet, 5-Match Plane, 6-Sash Plane, 7-Slitting Plane.
Has the long rods, all four depth stops, cam, and a great box with 19 cutters (correct for that era).
A very nice earlier plane in original condition with 120 years of patina that I have had on the shelf for 15 years and decided to leave it alone. Used by model and patternmakers and musical instrument and furniture makers for cleaning out surfaces having a curved radius. Rosewood handle is very nice except for a few dings and a small chip on the middle of the side at the top.
There is a Sweetheart-marked (1921-35) double-box cutter set with all 23 shiny-nice cutters (two are on the plane).
The cutters are in very nice condition with some minor tarnish from age, but could probably use a bit of touch-up sharpening for use - they were not honed at the factory. There is a tiny chip (32nd-inch near the side of the throat) that could be easily filed out for precision work. There is some cosmoline for storage, and there are a few spots of minor rust that will go away with sharpening.