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See PURCHASING- Any item may be purchased by VISA/MC, money order, cashiers check or bank draft in U. Funds (purchases by money order, cashiers check or bank draft are held for 7 days pending receipt of remittance).State of Washington residents please add 8.4% sales tax to total amount of order. To order, please call -360-452-2292 or email 1998 Bob Kaune - Antique & Used See PURCHASING- Any item may be purchased by VISA/MC, money order, cashiers check or bank draft in U. Funds (purchases by money order, cashiers check or bank draft are held for 7 days pending receipt of remittance).State of Washington residents please add 8.4% sales tax to total amount of order. , with its squirrel tail handle, but differs in that its sole is convex both toe to heel (12" radius) and side to side (7/8" radius).Later examples of the tool can be found with a grey paint on the lever caps.The first model of this plane, illustrated here, is a bit different - it has a turned, wooden (fruitwood) front knob that screws onto a thread boss of the main casting. It has "103" cast into the plane, not embossed (raised numbers), at the heel.It was originally sold in toy tool chests, but gained such popularity that it was soon advertised as a craftsman's tool.

having cranked out a load of them under their model number 104, which is usually found cast into the tool right behind the cutter.The lever cap has a large metal wheel on its underside, which, when turned, puts downward pressure on the cutter, directly below it.The casting that receives this wheel, underneath the lever cap, is sometimes broken.The iron has the company name stamped in an arch at the heel of the iron, and directly below that is the 1876 patent date.This model of the plane is rather scarce and is collectible, but it's still a piece of junk when compared to the better block planes, equipped with all the bells and whistles.

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