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Item no.: 163328263548
Current bid: 20 ( Convert )
By user toddkissam on 10/22/2021 17:51
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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 11:06
End date: 10/29/2021 19:30
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B59-396 LOT OF TWO EIGHTEENTH CENTURY MOLDING PLANES. The first is a spring marked central bead by H. Wetherel, 5/8". 9-3/4" x 3", narrow flat chamfers and fluting. Designed for a skewed cutter, but the cutter is missing. There's a hole in the left cheek near the sole. A mark. The second is a quirk bead, 1/2" profile, marked simply "Martin". 9-1/2" x 3-1/4", narrow flat chamfers, relieved wedge. Wood is dingy but undamaged. The "Martin" mark without an initial is uncommon and thought to be from Philadelphia. 3 stars. From the collection of Bud Steere. Good 120-240

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