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B59-622
 
 
 
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Item no.: 163328421797
Current bid: 285 ( Convert )
By user tools4me on 10/29/2021 16:06
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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 07:20
End date: 10/29/2021 19:30
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B59-622 PRINTER'S PLANE. John Veit. Applewood with 9" by 2-1/4" sole covered with an iron plate. Open applewood tote. The 1-3/4" D.R. Barton iron is bedded at an almost vertical angle. These planes, which are very rare, apparently were used in print shops to trim printing blocks. There are no visible screws holding the iron plate to the sole, and since this plane is from Carl Bopp's collection, no one who knew Carl will be surprised to learn that he had X-rays taken of the plane to show how the sole was attached, which are included in the lot. The plane was described by Carl in an article from the March 2004 issue of the Chronicle, a copy of which will also be included. Some staining, mostly along the sole, and a chip from the wedge, otherwise very clean. Good+ 150-300

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