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|04-17-2014 05:08 PM||
Sargent 107 Block Plane Gloat - 6 replies
I found this Sargent block plane in an antique store for $10.80. I think it is a Sargent 107 block plane type 3. It measures about 7.5” long and the cutter is a bit larger than 1 5/8” The throat is 1.75” wide. The blade has the oval Sargent logo (1902-1909) The lever cap has the turn-wheel mechanism. ...
|01-31-2014 01:10 AM||
I was looking around in a local thrift store and tucked away on the shelf was this little beauty. It is a Stanley #122 Liberty Bell hand plane. These plane were produced to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. They were made between 1876 and 1918. The plane is 8” long and the blade is 1.75” wi...
|01-26-2014 09:36 PM||
Been looking at adding some old Stanley Rabbet Planes to my collection. Many are missing the depth stop and screw. I was wondering if the screw and depth stop from a #78 will fit before I purchase them and need to start searching for parts. Thanks.
|07-14-2009 04:52 AM||
I suspect that this is a problem that many of us suffer from….”How small does a piece of wood need to be before it is too small to keep?” My shop is awash in small cut off that I have saved for years….never know when you might need a small piece for a glue block or something. I am currently in the middle of a major clea...