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Item no.: 163328444921
Current bid: 125 ( Convert )
By user Plane man on 10/29/2021 06:40
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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 05:23
End date: 10/29/2021 19:30
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Rate: B59-739
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B59-739 STEERS-TYPE BENCH PLANE. C.E. Jennings. Most of the planes that feature William Steers' patented soles with inlaid rosewood strips were manufactured by Brattleboro Tool Co. and also featured his patented cutter adjustment. However, in the 1890s Jennings briefly produced a full line of planes with Steers type soles but Bailey pattern frogs and cutter adjustments, which are far less common than the Brattleboro planes. See PTAMPIA II, pages 144-45. This one has a Stanley cutter, some overall surface rust, and two chips from the bottom of the lever cap, but the rosewood strips in the sole are perfect. Good 150-250

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