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Bertha

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#1 posted 622 days ago

OMG, the motherlode.
pic 1) The bullose plane up top is very valuable. $100-$200 unless a Preston, then more.
pic 2) The infilll plane on the left is very valuable $200-$400 depending upon brand. Look for “Norris” or “Spiers” on the cap. The scraper behind it is very desirable, $100 or so if a Stanley. Check for the type of stamp on the iron.
I’d buy every plane in that picture beside the one in the box.
pic 3) That low angle knuckle is very desirable. $50-$100 probably depending upon the brand.
pic 4) lots of desirable users there. The little bullnose 75 seems to fetch a decent price $50, I’d guess. Lots of standard Stanley bench planes. Check on the iron stamping and the number of dates behind the frog. That’s a quick and dirty way to describe the types to planeheads.
pic 5) The Miller’s Falls in the middle is very desirable but I don’t know the price. Close to $100 I’d bet.
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NOW, please PM me about what they want for that infill. If you get it for a song, I can make you some money. al

-- My dad and I built a 65 chev pick up.I killed trannys in that thing for some reason-Hog


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