Very similar to the Burlington patent of 1874. Without all the gizmos. It's nearly the same size and shape of the Burlington. 8 1/2 inches long. 1 3/16 inch iron. Unmarked. A place for every finger! Could be used a a regular block plane or for shooting.
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The FC-1 Flushing Chisel makes cleaning unintentional glue excess in joinery a breeze. Additionally, it can really make a difference in cutting dowels, dovetails, tenons, and plugs perfectly flush with the surface. You typically would use the FC-1 Flushing Chisel to “score” or undercut a protruding wood member so when
Even before the Joint Stool book came out, and certainly since then, the number one question I get is where can I get a hatchet for joinery? What do I need, etc. If you can stand some more about hewing hatchets, here goes. Last time I discussed a few ideas about how to use both…
The ANSTRUTHER Dolphin Plane Hand carved by DAVID BROOKSHAW - 83266U - AS OF DEC. 17
Solid boxwood. 3 1/4 inches tall. MINT but for a tiny imperfection behind the front handle. 8 1/2 inches long. The original is known as the Anstruther plane from it's time on display at The Fiseries Museum in Anstruther Scotland. See The Art Of Fine Tools page 166.