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Posted on Stanley #45 - 7 forms of fun in 1! - And other combination/moulding planes

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#1 posted 11-15-2012 05:08 PM

I went to the type studies you listed and narrowed my #45 down to either a 9-11 or a 13-15. The problem is, there are some anomalies that don’t follow through.
I have the screw adjustable fence of the 12- up, and the SW logo of the 13-15, but the main casting under the tote looks more like the 9-11 as do the thumb screws.
It may be a frankenplane made up of a number of different models, although the fellow that owned it was in his 80’s when he died and this one has obviously been used for many decades.

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