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Item no.: 163328262649
Current bid: 1,005 ( Convert )
By user harold on 10/29/2021 03:26
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browntool ( 0 stars )      
Registered since: 08/20/2016 11:59
Located in: Watervliet, UNITED STATES
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Start date: 09/29/2021 12:01
End date: 10/29/2021 19:30
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Rate: B59-341
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B59-341 BENCH PLANE. Henry Price Patent. The innovation of this plane, patented by Henry Price of New York, NY, in 1879, was a stepped frog base that allowed the blade to be set at different angles. It isn't listed in PTAMPIA I or II and was unknown until one turned up about 10 years ago and was pictured in Roger Smith's 2010 calendar. This example has a laminated front bun as shown in the patent, rather than a knob. 10" sole, the frog and lever cap otherwise resemble the Bailey design, with a Stanley cutter with the J mark. The tote has been skillfully reglued, and the only flaw is a chip from the rear cheek. A very rare piece of planemaking history. Good 2000-4000

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