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RE: Kunz No. 7 jointer - thoughts on production date?

Thanks to Greg Rickets @ Don, I don’t know if you translated the German web page on Kunz, but I have attached a .pdf English translation o...

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RE: Corrugated Sargent 407

It's a type 3 407, which would definitely make it a 5407. I try not to do estimates, prices vary from day to day, collector to collector. It a somewha...

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RE: Stanley PATT 2886

that is a Stanley #18 or #19 knuckle block, depending on length. It is not rare. The missing chip on the side will not affect performance other than i...

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RE: Stanley PATT 2886

We will need pictures. I don't believe that's a real patent number

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RE: Kunz No. 7 jointer - thoughts on production date?

It removed the link. I'll need to figure that out!

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RE: Guidance for an "as found" 112 Scraper Plane

Being a Fulton Tool, this may be Sargent made. The tote kind of looks mahogany, which would lean toward Sargent. If it's a 3" blade, the Sargent numbe...

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RE: Guidance for an "as found" 112 Scraper Plane

Pictures of current state would help, but assuming it's in a reasonable state, what happens when you just sharpen and use it?

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