At my favorite local junktique store, I saw a badly rusted Stanley #5 jack plane. It looked complete and free of major chips or cracks except for the broken tote, and it had the hard rubber adjustment knob, which probably makes it a Type 17. I was...
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Location: Arcata, California
Retired Biomedical Equipment Technician. Woodworking hobbyist since 1970.
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