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Posted on New Old Plane - Stanley #7C

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#1 posted 04-20-2016 11:55 AM

The sole indicates a type 11-12. If that’s true the iron is incorrect (no biggy) now on to the “other” patent date where is that located? If it’s on the lateral adjuster it might be a frankenplane again no biggy as long as it seats properly (50% jappaning makes it a user anyway) also look inside the brass knurled depth adjuster does it say anything or is it blank? Do you have a frog adjustment screw on the back of the frog? I agree with the paint removal to see if the tote and knob are rosewood (should be). Keep in mind type studies are a “guide” to put you in the right direction. Stanley had a bad habit of grabbing whatever was laying around that would fit.

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