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Antique & Collectible Woodworking Planes
Patented / Unusual / Rare
plus the Usual Fare


Fales Patent Combination Plow Bead & Molding PlaneFales Patent Combination Plow Bead & Molding Plane   Patented in 1882 and 1884.  This is just the body and a few cutters w/ bottoms.  No rods, fence or additional parts.  There is a near complete example shown in the archives of my webpage www.AntiqBuyer.com on this page.   https://www.antiqbuyer.com/All_Archives/TOOLS_ARCHIVE/archive-PATplanes1.htm

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TX-PP-FALES-P

Good  . . . . . $150.00

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Siegley # 2 Combination Plane w/ CuttersSiegley # 2 Combination Plane w/ 15 Cutters  Jacob Siegley was a plane maker, based in PA.  He made both bench planes and combination planes like this. His combination planes were a work in progress and one will rarely find 2 that are exactly alike.  He made many subtle and significant changes to the design trying to get it just right.

Nice overall condition.  Minor spots of rust that will clean.  Most of the cutters are full length. This is an earlier version w/ unslotted cutters.  The japanning is original and nearly complete.  This example is in very nice condition.  

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TX-SIEGLEY-C2

Good +. . . . .$295.00

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Siegley Combination PlaneSiegley Combination Plane Jacob Siegley made both bench planes and combination planes like this. His combination planes were a work in progress and one will rarely find 2 that are exactly alike.  He made many subtle and significant changes to the design trying to get it just right.  This one is marked #2 on the fence. 

Nice uncleaned condition. 

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TX-SIEGLEY-NBOX

Good . . . . .$95.00

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Hardt Patent Smooth PlaneĀ Hardt Patent Smooth Plane  The patent for this unusual bench plane was issued on August 8 1893 to Louis Hardt of Yuba City California. The patent shows a wooden plane, but the only known examples are metal bodied planes like this. There are only a handful of these planes known, and almost all have turned up here in California, as did this one.

This example came out of California based tool box that also contained an example of the smaller block plane Hardt produced. That is being offered here in a separate ad. In addition to the two Hardt Planes, there was also a Baker Hamilton "Stiletto" brand Draw knife marked Hardt twice.   The first name is Otis and not Louis or John. In the same box were two additional cutters and an extra cap for the block plane, as well as 5 cutters for this smooth plane.  Given that, the assumption is these planes and misc. parts have a direct link to and are part of the Hardt family legacy.

Roger Smith in his reference PATMPIA #1 has a story on what is known about Hardt. Roger surmised that Hardt had the body parts cast here in California, and then machined them himself.  He then bought the frogs and cutters from Sargent, and those parts are proper and properly marked as they should be. Roger surmised that Hardt probably only made one production run of these and that approx. 7 or so were known at the time he published his Vol. 1 book on patented planes.

The Sargent handle and knob are original and in very nice condition. It is well made and nicely machined. The japanning is original and well over 90%. There are no structural flaws or issues. No apologies. About as nice as one could ask for.

A pair of Hardt planes were recently offered at a major tool auction and one brought up to $9,000.00. The second one had major damage and still bought close to 5K. Hardt planes came in at least three sizes. A block plane, a jointer size plane, and this the smoother at just under 12" long.  All are rare.  A nice example of one of the rarest American patented planes that can found, with the added bonus of it being the only plane patented here in CA.  A rare opportunity.

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JF-HARDT-S

Fine . . . . . . $4950.00

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Hardt Patent Block PlaneHardt Patent Block Plane Louis Hardt of Yuba City California was issued the patent for this unusual block plane design on August 8 1893.  

This rare block plane came out of California based tool box that also contained a smooth plane Hardt produced. and also a Baker Hamilton "Stiletto" brand Draw knife marked Hardt twice. In the same box were two additional cutters and a cap for this plane, as well as 5 Sargent cutters for the smooth plane.  The assumption is these planes and misc. parts have a direct link to and are part of the Hardt family legacy.

Roger Smith in his reference PATMPIA #1 gives a story behind Hardt. Roger surmised that Hardt had the body parts cast here in California, and then machined them himself.  Hardt then bought the frogs and cutters from Sargent, and those parts are proper and properly marked as they should be. Roger surmises that Hardt probably only made one production run of these and that approx. 7 or so were known at the time he published his 1st book on patented planes.

It is a well made and nicely machined plane. The japanning is original and approx. 90%. There are no structural flaws or issues.  It appears to have been cleaned or was a rough casting as there is some pitting or texture on the sides and sole.  A nice example of one of the rarest American patented planes that can found, with the added bonus of it being the only plane patented here in CA.  A rare opportunity.

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JF-HARDT-BLK

Fine . . . . . . $2750.00

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Draw Knife Marked Hardt "Stiletto" Draw Knife Marked Hardt  This Baker Hamilton "Stiletto" brand draw knife was found in same box as the two Hardt planes above. Marked Hardt twice and 2 different ways on the top bar indicating these tools were the personal property of a Hardt family member.  One mark is just Hardt, and the other has the first name Otis.  A quick search has info on him and being from Nevada City the same general area as where these planes were first made.  Pieces of history. Free w/ purchase of either or both Hardt planes above. Nice.

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JF-HARDT-DK

Good + . . . . . . $150.00 or FREE w/ Hardt purchase

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Hardt Smooth Plane Block Plane & Draw Knife Package DealHardt Smooth Plane Block Plane & Draw Knife Package Deal  The Baker Hamilton "Stiletto" brand draw knife was found in same box as the two Hardt planes above. Marked Hardt twice, 2 different ways, on the top bar indicating these tools were the personal property of a Hardt family member. Pieces of history. Nice.

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JF-HARDT-PACK

Good + . . . . . . $6,000.00 / Lot

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Hardt Patent Block PlaneHardt Patent Block Plane  A very rare block plane in super condition.  Lots of original japanning with no chips, cracks, or other damage.  The patent # for this unusual plane is 502906 and it comes up with a Google Search.  Louis John Hardt of Yuba City California was granted his patent for a plane design on August 8th 1893.  In addition to the block plane offered here, he also made bench and jointer size planes as well.  It is not known how many sizes were offered or how many were produced, so few have ever turned up.  There are just a handful of the block planes that have ever been found.

It is a very distinctive design where the front end of the plane moves making the throat opening larger or smaller.  Another odd feature is that he utilized Sargent parts including the cutters, lever caps and in this case the iron cap on his own castings.  It has be theorized that there was just one production run in about 1893 explaining the relative rarity of the plane.  There is a more complete write-up and details in Roger Smiths first PATAMPIA book.   Very Nice!!

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DM-HARDT

Fine . . . . . $2795.00

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Metallic Plane Co of Auburn NY Fillister PlaneMetallic Plane Co of Auburn NY Fillister Plane  A pretty rare plane in pretty nice condition.   The Excelsior stamp on the cutter is the only marking.  Lots of original japanning with no chips, cracks, or other damage.  The Rosewood handle is beautiful.  The oftentimes missing fence for the fillister bed is present, undamaged and nice.  The screws for the fence may be replacements as they are different from each other and not the typical Mushroom cap style typically seen.  This type of plane is a well known and documented.   A fellow named Storkes who partnered with Palmer got the patent.  They made a line of well received bench planes that were popular in the NY / New England region back in the last quarter of the 19th century. There is a complete write-up and more details in both of Roger Smiths PATAMPIA books.   Very Nice!!

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RNO-MET-FIL

Fine . . . . . $695.00

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Mayo Patent Plow PlaneMayo Patent Plow Plane w/ Cutters  This is a very nice example of the Mayo Plow Plane.  Roger Smith goes into great detail concerning this pane and how it is related to the Philips Plow in his seminal work on American Patented Planes.  The condition of this example is very nice.  It retails much of its gold finish and highlights.  The box of cutters is nice as well.  Note the original Rosewood handle and graceful horn.  The depth stop is present.  A fine example that deserves a place in any collection focused on patented metallic planes of the 19th century.  Different, Unusual and Nice!!

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CC-MAYO

Good+ . . . . . . . $1950.00

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c.1860 - 1870 Mystery Jack  Planec.1860 - 1870 Mystery Jack Plane  This unusual plane is a mystery.  It is an early plane that dates from its construction characteristics and design dates from the 1860's or a bit later.  It has a nice Moulson cutter in it.  The frog design looks a lot like Stanley's type 3 planes or Leonard Bailey's Victor style or line of planes.  The lever cap is cast, hollow in the back and has a distinctive look to it.  Also note how the handle is dovetailed into its position.  It is a great casting that was japanned.  A nice example of an early and probably unique plane.  Nice!!

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CCC-MYST

Good + . . . . .  $695.00

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Holly Patent Smooth PlaneHolly Patent Jack Plane  Birdsill Holly began producing planes in 1852 shortly after forming the company Silsby, Race & Holly Co. located in Seneca Falls NY in 1848. 

This 15 long Holly Patent Jack Plane would be considered a second model.  The plane is in very nice condition overall.  The main differences from earlier models are the way the handle is set up, and the design of the cast blade holder.  The bottom on plane has cast in corrugations as well.  The fragile lever cap is damage free.  The cutter is long and nice, but the logo is hard to make out.

A good looking early patented plane.  No rust or pitting.  Nice wood.  No apologies.  An early, rare, and desirable patented plane for the advanced tool collection!!

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CCC-HOLLY-JK-1

Good + . . . . .  $750.00

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Worrall Patent Transitional Jointer PlanWorrall Patent 26" Transitional Jointer Plane   This early 26" closed handle patented jointer plane is in nice condition.   Note that the top plate with patent info does not extend all the way to the end like the others offered.  According to Roger Smith it is an earlier version than those above.  Roger Smith calls this style the first transitional that was made / manufactured and that it was the design that inspired Leonard Bailey just a few years later.  

This early Worrall patent transitional plane has a great look to it and is a nice example of one of the earliest American Patented planes that can be found.  I am not sure if the color change on the bottom is a stain, or part of the wood.  It is not soft, rotten or - - - .  Nice, &  Different!!!

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CCC-WOR-26

Fine  . . . . . . . $395.00

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Knowles Type Patented Plane w/ Cut Out SidesKnowles Type Patented Plane w/ Cut Out Sides   Hazard Knowles was granted a patent for an iron bodied plane in 1827.  It is considered the first patent for a metal bodied plane granted in America. No known examples are marked.  Shortly after other versions of metal bodied planes based on the idea began to appear and are generally referred to as Knowles types.  In Vol. II of Smiths works on patented planes he pictures a plane identical to this one with the decorative cut-outs in the cast iron sides.   He calls it a Knowles type and provides some info based on how the cutter was marked.  Roger Smith covers the whole range of Knowles planes and Knowles type planes and their history, in some detail, in both volumes of his books on patented American planes. It is worth the read. 

The overall condition of this 19" long plane is very nice with no damage to the cast iron body. The throat area is nice. There are no markings or patent info.  There is little to no rust or pitting.  It has not been over cleaned or fiddled with.  The infill shows appropriate and normal wear. There is some chipping to the handle.  It has its original wedge and a single cutter. The cutter is 2 3/8 and marked Ohio Tool which is probably a later replacement.    RARE, Nice, &  Different!!!

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CC-KNOWLES

Good +  . . . . . . . $1450.00

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English / Scottish & American
Rabbet & Infill Planes


Chariot Shoulder Rabbit Plane1" Bullnose Shoulder / Rabbet Plane  This is a very nice 1" wide rabbit plane. Unmarked that I can see.  Probably English.  No damage rust or pitting.  The cutter is a Stanley 93 that fits well   A nice plane.

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SBRG-CHARIOT

Good + . . . . . . $60.00

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1 1/8 Mathieson Bullnose Brass Rabbet Plane1 1/8" Mathieson Bullnose Brass Rabbet Plane   This nice 1 1/8" wide rabbet plane is marked on the top of the brass frame with the maker name. The cutter and body have the # 10 stamp.  The previous owner stamped his name into one side.  The sole is good.  Good tight throat.   Sharp, clean & nice.

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CYN-I18-MATH-BN

Good + . . . . . . $95.00

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1 1/4 Brass Infill Rabbet Plane1 1/4" Brass Infill Rabbet Plane   This 1 1/4" wide rabbet plane measures just under 8" long.  It shows signs of use.  I see no maker marks.  Throat is OK.  Beautiful long cutter.  Sharp, clean & nice.

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CYN-I14-LONG-BN

Good + . . . . . . $125.00

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Popping Brass Infill Rabbet Plane Antique New York Maker J. Popping 1" Brass Infill Rabbet Plane   This 1" wide Popping brass rabbet plane measures just over 4" long.  The cutter is marked Popping NY.  Owner marked N. Glass on the sides. Throat is OK.  Popping was one of several well know New York makers of Piano and instrument planes in the mid to late 19th century.  Pretty nice.

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CYN-I-POPPING

Good + . . . . . . $150.00

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3/4 Brass Rabbet Plane3/4" Brass Rabbet Plane   This 3/4" wide brass rabbet plane measures just over 4" long.  It is set up with 2 piece cutter and chip breaker. Throat is good.  It is a pinned slab construction.   Pretty nice.

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CYN-3QTR-PIN

Good + . . . . . . $60.00

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Bronze Squirrel Tail T  Rabbet Carriage Makers PlaneBronze Squirrel Tail T  Rabbet Carriage Makers Plane  This brass squirrel tail rebate plane measures 7" long tail to tail. It is 1 1/2" wide.  It has a swiveling metal cutter lock rather than a wooden wedge that is not often seen.  No maker marks.   Nice throat.  Sole is slightly radiused.  Interesting and nice.

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CYN-BTRAB

Good + . . . . . . $125.00

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Leonard Bailey's Planes
Victor / Defiance / Vertical Posts / Split Frames

Leonard Bailey produced the Victor line of planes after he left Stanley and struck out on his own.  He produced this line of planes for approx 18 years beginning in 1875.  The history of that endeavor and his interactions with Stanley during this period are documented in Roger Smiths books.   



# 1 1/4 Tailed Victor Block Plane by Leonard Bailey & Co.# 1 1/4 Tailed Victor Block Plane by Leonard Bailey & Co.   The Victor #1 1/4 had a cast iron tail piece / handle.   The Victor #1 & #2 had flat sides, adjustable throats and the cutter adjustment.  The sides were flat & excelsior style.  These block planes could be had in different finishes as the 1 3/4 or the 2 3/4.  The bodies are drilled to accept a  rear handle which would change it to a 1 1/4 w/ rear handle or 1 1/2 with handle and nickel trim.  The same would apply to the 7" Victor planes where a  #2 becomes a 2 1/4 or 2 1/2. with a tail piece  Walters dates all of them as 1875 thru 1888, the period when Leonard Bailey had left Stanley and struck out on his own.  If you find that confusing, it is, and you need a copy of Walters book, a type study, and some reprints of old catalogs to sort it all out. 

The cutter has lots of life left and the adjuster performs as it should.  Note how good the cutter logo is.   The paint on the plane is 90% or better and original. There is no rust or pitting to speak of.  The rear handle looks great but has been declared a recast by some experts.  The collector did not think so when he bought it, and paid dearly for it. 

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CYN-VIC-1QTR

Fine  . . . . . $2750.00

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Defiance B Block PlaneBailey Tool Co. Defiance B Block Plane   Proper cutter with Battle axe logo.  No damage but shows its age. Used but solid.  

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CHC-BTC-DEF-B

Good   . . . . .  $450.00

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Leonard Bailey #50 Little Victor Block PlaneLeonard Bailey "Little Victor" # 51 Block Plane   Super condition.  80% of the original japanning.  No rust or pitting on sole. Nice long cutter. 

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SR-VICTOR-51

Good +   . . . . .  $225.00

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Leonard Bailey Little Victor # 51 1/2 Block PlaneLeonard Bailey "Little Victor" # 51 1/2 Block Plane   Traces of original red paint. Nice overall condition.  No rust or pitting on sole. Nice long cutter.  This came from Tom Witte the legendary Antique Tool Dealer from the Midwest back in 1988. 

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CYN-VICTOR-51HF

Good +   . . . . .  $225.00

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Antique Leonard Bailey Little Victor # 50 & 51 Block PlanesLeonard Bailey "Little Victor" # 50 & 51 Block Planes   Three different variants on the theme.  Each has a different blade lock type.  On the left the cutter tightener is a looped screw.  I believe this is correct for early models.  The next one in the middle has a star wheel to tighten the cutter.  On the right same idea plus the adjustment can be locked with the brass knurled nut below the star.    

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CYN-VICTOR-LL            SOLD!!            CYN-VICTOR-MS                    CYN-VICTOR-RSL        SOLD!!

Left     Good +   . . . . .  $225.00        SOLD!!

Mddle    Good +   . . . . .  $250.00

Right     Good +   . . . . .  $295.00         SOLD!!

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E. C. Simmons Hardware Co. / Keen Kutter Woodworking Planes


Simmons Hardware / Keen Kutter K5 C Corrugated Bottom (Stanley Bed Rock) Jack PlaneSimmons Hardware / Keen Kutter K 5 C Corrugated Bottom (Stanley Bed Rock) Jack Plane  Super original condition. The Rosewood handle looks great. It has a proper low Rosewood front knob. Long proper marked cutter. Top shelf condition for the collection, or tuned and properly set up this plane will make for a great user.

Simmons Hardware did not make planes. They sold other makers planes branded with their name. Simmons Hardware marketed their line of planes under the Keen Kutter name and over the years had several different tool makers like Stanley, Ohio, and Sargent Tools make planes for them under contract.

At one point, after the turn of the century, Simmons Hardware contracted with Stanley to make their planes based on Stanley's Bedrock plane design. These Stanley made planes were denoted by Simmons as the K series. They came in sizes K2 thru K8. These bedrock design planes have all the same features of early Stanley Bedrocks including the milled frog and external frog adjuster. It really is a superior design.  Very Nice!!

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MOA-K5C

Good + . . . . . $75.00

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Keen Kutter / Simmons Hardware K 5 1/2 Large Jack Plane (Bedrock 605 1/2)Keen Kutter / Simmons Hardware K 5 1/2 C Corrugated Bottom Large Jack Plane (Bedrock 605 1/2 C)  Simmons Hardware marketed their line of planes under the Keen Kutter name and over the years had several different tool producers make planes for them.  At one point they contracted with Stanley to make their planes based on Stanley's Bedrock plane design.  These Stanley made planes were denoted as the K series. They came in sizes K2 thru K8.  These bedrock like planes have all the same features of early Stanley Bedrocks including the milled frog and external frog adjuster.   It really is a superior design, then and now.

This example is in good condition.  The rear handle is Rosewood and it has a proper low front knob.  It has been lightly cleaned.  Tuned and set up properly this will make for a great user at a fraction of the cost of an early Stanley 605 1/2 or some new remake offered today. Very Nice!!

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RB-K5HF

Fine  . . . . . $125.00

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Millers Falls, Union & Ohio Tool Co. Planes & Tools


Millers Falls 1220 Sureform ToolMillers Falls 1220 Surform / Rasp Plane     Very Nice!

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SR-MF-1220

Good + . . . . .  $10.00

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Woodworking Planes & Tools by 
Sargent Tool Co.  Including Marshall Wells / Zenith


Sargent # 37 Skew Rabbet Plane in BoxSargent # 37 Skew Rabbet Plane in Box  Fine condition. Very nice early and hardest to find size of this unusual Sargent plane.  It is a near exact copy of the Stanley 39 series of skew rabbet planes.  Sargent numbered their version a bit different.  All sizes started with a 3, and the second number indicated the 1/8, hence a # 37 is 7/8" wide.  The box has some minor damage.  The plane looks to have been used once put back in the box and forgotten for close to 80 - 100 years.

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Fine . . . . . $275.00

JF-SARG-37

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Fulton / Sargent 1080 Combination PlaneFulton / Sargent 1080 Combination Plane   Sargent made this for Sears who at the time was offering a line of woodworking planes under the name of Fulton.  I believe this was before they introduced the Craftsman line of tools.  Great condition.  Plane looks to have seen little to no use.  Light rust on some of the cutters.  A nice example overall.  

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TX-SARG-FUL45

Good + . . . . . $90.00

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Sargent 1080 Combination PlaneSargent 1080 Combination Plane   Great condition in original pasteboard box.  Original instructions.  Plane looks to have seen little to no use.  Light rust that will clean on the cutters.  A nice example.  

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TX-SARG-1080

Good + . . . . . $175.00

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