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CZK_ironwork.JPGiron door20 viewswrought iron doordlarue
DSC_0800_reduced.jpegStanley No 1 left front view53 viewsLooks pretty good. Still has to be demounted and cleaned up. Stuck iron assembly hold down screw has been freed with a little oil. SomedayForge
3-32nd_inch_wide_chisel.jpg3-32nd inch wide chisel73 viewsThis is the narrowest chisel I've ever seen, just at 3/32 inch. Only marking is CAST STEEL stamped into the side of the iron near the tang.Sgt42RHR
GC2016.JPGGaloot a Claus 201640 viewsBooks on iron and scrollsaw work, shopmade brass square/sanding blocks, caliper rule, Stanley chisel, LV calendar, Swiss chocolate plane and gnome (don't ask) and fine adult libationsnicknaylo
04-InfillShoulder-1.jpgInfill Shoulder Plane, side view71 viewsGunmetal shell, ebony infill, 1.5" iron
Purchased from Charles Stirling, Bristol Design, Bristol, UK
06-InfillSmoother-1.jpgInfill Smoother, side view80 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward iron.
Purchased from Gerry Dawson in Lyme Regis, England
07-InfillSmoother-2.jpgInfill Smoother, front view75 viewsSteel shell, rosewood infill, Ward ironsaltchuck
travisher1.jpgtravisher24 viewstravisher
forged the iron form O1
body is beech
20131029_3488ss.jpgSpiers Panel Plane w parallel 5/32" Sorby iron415 viewsEven though I can slip 0.046 inches of feeler gauge into the mouth, it can consistently produce cherry shavings between 0.001 and 0.002 inches - provided the cap iron aka chip breaker is set back the absolute minimum my eyes can detect - with magnification. Would a tighter mouth make it any more useful?Schwartz
Picture_003~0.jpg15 viewsE.C. Atkins 9" cast iron hacksaw.galootgary
Picture_003.jpg12 viewsCat iron 9" hacksaw made by E.C. Atkins.galootgary
tott_apr_2013_2.JPGtott apr 2013 planes24 viewsmatched pair of ogee planes by M Crannel, Albany
One is 1/2 the other labelled 7/8
Soles do not quite match the irons due to shrinkage but the are close, and reasonably sharp.
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