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Forum topic by Mark E. posted 01-15-2014 11:00 PM 1015 views 0 times favorited 6 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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Mark E.

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01-15-2014 11:00 PM

For sale is this Sargent No.3410 transitional smooth plane.
The plane is in very good, restored condition.
The 3410 was manufactured from 1891 through 1918.

The frog, body and lever cap have all been re-painted. The paint job looks top notch.
The wood body is in good condition. There are a couple of age cracks but the sole looks to be in very good shape.
There is a good deal of pitting at the top, exposed sections of the cutting iron and the cap iron.
There also appears to have been some pitting under the painted surfaces of the cast iron parts.

The plane works great.

Asking $35 & shipping. It will fit in a medium flat rate box so shipping will be $12.35 (or less)
Interesting trades will always be considered.

-- Mark


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#1 posted 01-16-2014 11:26 PM

FYI that is a type 1.

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#2 posted 01-16-2014 11:57 PM

How can you tell?
What do you see that lets you know the type on these transitionals? I have no clue.

-- Mark

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#3 posted 01-17-2014 12:00 AM

The stamp.

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#4 posted 01-17-2014 12:07 AM

Actually it looks like a hybrid of parts. The lateral adjuster should have a horseshoe shaped adjuster and that one has a disc.

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#5 posted 01-17-2014 12:09 AM

The diamond shaped logo?
Would you mind revealing your source. I’d really like to find out more about how to figure out the types for these planes. I found this place:
http://www.sargent-planes.com/

But it doesn’t seem to have a lot of info on typing the transitionals.

-- Mark

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#6 posted 01-17-2014 12:43 AM

There is a book called sargent planes identification and value guide. by david e heckel. DONT believe the value data its garbage. I figured out the stamp from looking at many many sargents with the horseshoe lat. I travel a bit so I buy and sell a bit on ebay. The type study for the 400 series is very weak and not considered complete.

http://lumberjocks.com/topics/47190

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