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mahog_plane_1.jpgFront View261 viewsThis view shows the front. You can see the cutter held to the frog with a thumb screw turning in a brass casting. writt
pattern_makers_plane4.jpgPlane Base Shoe Off149 views This clearly shows the relation of the frog to the base. writt
pattern_makers_plane1.jpgPattern Maker's Plane 1287 views Here you can see how the shoe is attached to the base. The base casting is not Stanley. The complete frog assembly, the iron, the cap iron and the lever cap are Stanley. writt
IMG_1455_(800x600).jpgcomparison rear view91 viewsPlane came with brown stained hardwood tote and knob secured to the sole with WWII style steel one-piece rods - of course these could be replacements. Frog fits fine but does not seem to be stanley. Has twisted lateral (to form thumb piece) with no markings, not two-piece, and small brass adjuster. TRexF16
IMG_1451_(800x600).jpgBack of Frog seat79 viewsNot tapped for adjustment screw. No patent date cast into sole. No raised ring for knob. Don't know of any type which would have these features.TRexF16
IMG_1450_(800x600).jpgFront view frog seat86 viewsSTANLEY is the only marking cast into the base. Arched rib frog reciever but lacks the little wider part right at the end by the mouth like the Type 13 5 1/4 sitting next to it. Rear of frog receiver shaped like post type 10, but not drilled for adjusting screw like some WW II modelsTRexF16
IMG_0960.JPGFrog Rear47 viewsType 4 and previous style.TRexF16
IMG_0961.JPGFrog Attachment44 viewsBaily stlye, not the later Bedrock patent, beginning with type 5 in 1911, that allowed advancing the frog without removing the lever cap.TRexF16
Bedrock_Frog_Broken_Corner.JPGBedrock Frog Broken Corner44 viewsOldSneelock
Bedrock_Frog_Mounting.JPGBedrock Frog Mounting22 viewsOldSneelock
606Ccleaned.jpgAfter cleaning91 viewsThis is about as clean as it needs to be. If I really want the plane bed cleaner, I'll soak it in a sink full of Simple Green, and use a green scrubbing pad. All screws cleaned and waxed threads with Parowax, and I waxed both surfaces of the frog bed.madwing
unknown_5.jpgfrog and base31 viewsdwittner
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