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Posted on Calling all galoot´s and handtool users - what is this rare plane used for ...one step closer

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Dennisgrosen

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#1 posted 11-22-2010 03:20 AM

lwllms : I sorry I have forgot to messure the planes lenght I will do that later in the morning
but the grove it cuts is only about 1½ to 2 mm wide but I will verifir it also
but whats wonder me is that it cut the grove and then cut the arch/cove on the wooden side
of the plane and the next you meet is a fixt iron debt stop /sole on the wooden site

and nothing speciel in the box as I remember a jointer plane , a plovplane, but I will tjeck the last few of them
still have the box seperated from the other stuf

David : I don´t think its a homemade scratch tool it look like there most have been more than a few
that have been made during the time

thank you all for looking by and comment with some interressting proporsals
but I lean more to a sash or door tool instead of a dropleaf on a table i have seen thoose planes
and they don´t have a plovthing build in
but then again its only a wild gess from me

I will make the update picture tommorrow with a ruler beside it so you can see it in inches and mm

take care
Dennis


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