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bottom_view.jpgBottom view24 viewsThis appears to be the bottom view as the corners are not rounded and there is no decorative beading. This view shows the tops of the two threaded thumbscrews that are threaded into the double bevel blade. The extent of the sheet metal and nail repair to the wood around the left thumb screw can be seen.Sgt42RHR
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BeadOnOutside.jpgBeading12 viewsI put a bead around the outer edge of the frame. This plane is unboxed and unsigned, but appears factory made, including a stamp on the heel that says "1/2"dlarue
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Moxon_style_vise-front_view.JPGMoxon style vise - front view240 viewsThis Moxon style vise is made from a knotty (and very gnarly) length of Purpleheart. The jaws are about 27 inches long, the right angle brace glued to the rear jaw is about 33 inches long. The jaws are about 7 inches tall bringing their top edge to about 40 inches from the floor. The jaws are about 7/8 inch thick. The maple hand screw threads are 1 1/4 inches. There is about 21 inches between the screws. I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to bead the top and bottom edges of the front jaw.Sgt42RHR
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Moxon_style_vise_-_end_view.JPGMoxon style vise - end view191 viewsThe right angle brace is about 3 inches longer on each end than the jaws to allow for clamping to the bench; it's rock solid! I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to put a bead on the exterior edge of the rear and front jaws to soften them visually and for comfort of use.Sgt42RHR
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Moxon_style_vise_-_rear_view.JPGMoxon Style Vise - rear view181 viewsThe maple nuts came as 4 inch squares, I cut 1 inch off of each corner and affixed them to the rear jaw with a couple of screws. The rear jaw is 7 inches high, and the right angle brace is about 1 3/4 inches thick and 3 inches wide. I used an old 1/4 inch beading plane to on the top of the rear jaw and the back of the right angle brace.Sgt42RHR
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New_Addition_to_the_Tool_Wall.JPGNew rack for marking gauges175 viewsLower Left. I used wormy chestnut finished with garnet shellac. I used the 250 year old plane on the top to cut the beading.Sgt42RHR
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John_Cogdell_(London_1750-1765)_beading_plane_belonging_to_Henry_O__Ambrose.JPGJohn Cogdell beading plane returned to service!201 viewsThis plane belonged to my GGGrandfather Henry Osborne Ambrose (1799-1875), and was made in London by John Cogdell (1750-1765). I sharpened the blade to 8000 grit and it cuts a glass smooth bead--after 250 years. To hold this tool in my hands and use it is such a wonderful connection with Henry Ambrose.Sgt42RHR
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HOA___WET_molding_planes_from_Henry_Ambrose.JPGMolding Planes from the Ambrose-Brown farm122 viewsThe molding plane on the top with W.E.T. i)nitials carved does not have a readable maker's mark. The bottom beading plane with HOA initials carved carries the makers mark of John Cogdell (London 1750-1765), and belonged to Henry Osborne Ambrose my GGGrandfather (1799 - 1875), a carpenter who lived in Petersburg, VA and Sussex County, Virginia. I was able to sharpen blades on both planes and they work perfectly!Sgt42RHR
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15_IMG_4273s.jpgFilled hole, missing veneer and cock-beading.82 viewsSchwartz
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13_IMG_4270s.jpgFront corner detail100 viewsTwo crudely-filled 3/8 in. round holes in each front corner post suggest the missing columns were supported by dowel pins through the front of the chest. The columns were 'engaged', having a small flat on their hidden side. Note cock-beading on drawer fronts. Schwartz
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006.JPGCap Iron/Chip Breaker and Beading Blade22 viewsThe Cap Iron mounts in the front for Bullnose work and in the back for open areas.
The Beading Blade came mounted in the back position. I'm told that a Beading Blade is not a normal item for this plane.
OldSneelock
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drawknife_and_shave.JPGDrawknife and shave132 viewsI used a beading plane and scrapers to finish this bit of walnut to hold a drawknife and spoke shave.Sgt42RHR
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