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Type 6…………….(1942-1950)

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**A type 5 cap. (the cap dated 1942-1950)
Type 5 cap
**Its got a type 5 cutter (1942-1950)
|Sargent|
No.        409
New Haven CT. USA
**One piece yoke
**A mahogany knob and tote.
**Brass knob and tote nuts
**Brass Adjuster knob
**Made in USA cast in base
**And here is what seems a little different. Its got a brass cutter adjuster knob, and brass nuts on the knob and tote. Typical for this time frame? Lets take a poll.

** Right handed depth adjuster nut reappears

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Note the difference in the base between the 5 and the type 6.

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Here is the type 5 and type 6 #408 side by side. The type 6 is on the left.

Note the type 6 is 1/2” longer.

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And yet another example. The frog and lever cap put this #418 in the same era, but as you can see, its a different base.

 

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•Its got a type 5 cutter  (1942-1950)
•A type 5 cap.                ((1942-1950)
•two piece yoke
•A hardwood knob and tote.
•Plane number not on bed
•Steel knob and tote nuts
•Steel Adjuster knob
•“Made in USA”t stamped behind knob

 

Received Emails:

Message Body:
You were asking for a poll of type 6 whether they had brass or steel adjusters…
my 408 is steel left hand thread but with brass tote/knob hardware. Thanks for your great site.

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