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Blog series by garethmontreal updated 07-24-2020 05:57 AM 5 parts 1940 reads 10 comments total

Part 1: the (British) saws

07-24-2020 04:55 AM by garethmontreal | 2 comments »

Hi all its been since i updated the blog so id thought id give you a glimpse of the various restoration ill be working on in the coming months. In no particular order regarding when ill restore them first up are the, British, saws. there are 13 saws total 4 saw sets of various vintage, two rakers and a cast iron saw vice. The saws are from such makers as, Drable & Sanderson, Groves, F. Brittain, Sorby, Thomas Turner, Biggins & Sons, Smith & Son, etc. They are almost all 19th ce...

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Part 2: The wood working stuff made from wood

07-24-2020 05:05 AM by garethmontreal | 5 comments »

My collection of, once mostly British, wooden planes spoke shaves and hand routers. It includes several spoke shave, a hags tooth hand router, 3 plough planes, 2 moulding planes, a moving fillister plane and a complete set of plough plane irons and other irons.

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Part 3: the first batch of planes

07-24-2020 05:30 AM by garethmontreal | 0 comments »

The planes. This includes 2 early Union no. 6s 1 corrugated1 not. A later Union no. 5. 3 stanley no.4s includuding a type 7 (b cast markings). A stanley 4 1/2 (april 1910 patent) cant be bothered right no find the exact type. An HSB&CO 5c i really like (stanley style but thicker iron and heavier overall). Some later type stanley and record 5s and 4s. A couple interesting Scrub planes. Some block planes including a very nice adjustable Sargent and very good condition stanley 102. Two numbe...

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Part 4: The 45s and 3 boxes of 55 cutters

07-24-2020 05:42 AM by garethmontreal | 0 comments »

two stanley 45s i already posted about on the 45 blog so ill just recycle what i said to make it easier on me. The first one I got from England for 160 Canadian so 120 us. Its As far as i can tell its a complete type 7 (1893-1899) with the s markings. It came with a set of cutters both long and short arms and very little rust. It also came with a custom carrying case. It is missing the knicker though. The second one i have fallen in love with and will use forever. I got it off k...

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Part 5: the 071s

07-24-2020 05:57 AM by garethmontreal | 3 comments »

last (for tonight anyway there are other various tools ill be adding later) are to record 071s they have most of fixings even though they arent in the photos. One of the height adjusters i made myself from a bolt, a washer a nut some Teflon tape and epoxy.

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