If you haven’t seen it, I did a blog about all the stuff you can get at Zagreb’s Huge flea market.
Here I’ll show you what I bought.
Everything together, 2 planes, a chisel, small file, and a hand drill. I think the lot was about US$35
The hand drill reminded me of the first one I used as a kid, so bought it for my 5 year old son.
The chisel is 2 cherries brand from Germany. 1 site said they are some of the best in the world. I wouldn’t really know but I saw that size chisel new the other day for about $40, I paid $4 and with a little cleaning up and sharpening it will almost be like new.
The big wooden jointer plane is apparently from one of Austrias best plane producers from the early 1900’s
It was pretty easy to find info on it here
$10 for a piece of history. Score !!
The smaller plane has no markings on it, so unknown origin. Has a good sized blade and once sharpened produced thin even curls that I could read through.
I also got this scraper, at leats I presume it’s some kind of scraper. It has a logo on the blade of a dogs head protruding from a kennel, which made me wonder if it was for wood working at all.
The weekend before I picked up this plane. It has 2 screws for adjusting the blade rather than a lever. Made in Germany is cast on the body in front of the handle. A little investigating found it to be this one..
During my search I discovered that Harbour freight have a plane exactly like it.
Hopefully I’ll have some more goodies by Monday.