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GGF_Plane.jpgGreat Grand-Dad's Plane22 viewsMy Dad handed me this box, it has a Deluxe Craftsman plane in it.
He said he got it from his grandfather, who worked in the hardware Dept at Sears.
Cool eh?
dlarue
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IMG00279-20100710-1458.jpgFound the name of No Name chisel56 viewsGEOPARR BUFFALO, NY
AST STEEL WARRANTED
OldSneelock
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Stanley_#4_002.jpgTop view20 viewsStanley Made in USA stamped at the top of the blade. No 4 molded into the front of the casting. Bailey molded behind knob. No patent numbers on casting. Stanley stamped into the top of the adjustment lever. No patents stamped in lever.OldSneelock
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half-back_handle.jpgHalfback Walnut handle-Buffalo nickle medallion192 viewsYes, Mike W. this is a copy of your handle...sweet too!
roy griggs
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keen109.jpg32 viewsbugbear
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hd_medalion.jpgmedallion83 viewsBret Rochotte
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Eastburn_plane_and_unidentified_plane.JPGEastburn and unidentifed molding planes195 viewsBoth are carefully carved with initials W.E.T. on the sides. I don't know who that might be; perhaps not family Robert Eastburn (1774-1854) made planes in New Brunswick, New Jersey, --1802—26-, and was probably New Jersey’s earliest planemaker. The EASTBURN imprint is the earliest of his three imprints.

Another of Henry Ambrose planes (see images 8, 9, 10 in the folder) was made by Samuel C. Cook, who also worked in Brunswick, NJ 1825-1845.
Sgt42RHR
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100_0811_post_vise.JPGpost vise126 viewsNice small post vise, from auction. Big letter C on the mounting bracket, a Columbia, or Champion. When I got it, the leg was bent into the letter C. john krau

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IMG_20170807_130917.jpglathe at pennsic3 viewslathe at pennsicdlarueAug 12, 2017
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IMG_20170807_130722.jpgmakeshift reamer4 viewstaper reamer turned on pole lathe, using hacksaw blade for the cutter.dlarueAug 12, 2017
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IMG_20170807_165127.jpglegs3 viewsstandard chair leg pattern for bodgers log-to-leg racedlarueAug 12, 2017
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IMG_20170807_165136.jpgpair of stools3 viewspair of stools for Thescorre CourtdlarueAug 12, 2017
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IMG_20170810_124426.jpgring mandrels3 viewsring mandrels on a pole lathedlarueAug 12, 2017
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royal_seats.jpgroyal seats4 viewsno splinters I hope!dlarueAug 12, 2017
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shelf3.jpgshelved6 viewsand it stands up!dlarueJul 19, 2017
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shelf2.jpgunfolding7 viewsunfolding the shelves.
I cannot believe I actually cut that many hinge mortices and they all line up!
dlarueJul 19, 2017

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