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What a wonderful gift! They are absolutely beautiful pieces. 

 

You're gonna need to talk to @John Moody about a display case!

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WOW!!!

 

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Tools with HISTORY love it. I have one with a story (my dad made that one) and others that I know where they came from just no story.

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we talking shoulder. rabbet or molding...

versatile combination...

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Those are some really beautiful planes. I would be really proud to be the custodian of those...it's obvious that they are in the right hands, just where they need to be...

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Now that's just cool!!!!

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What a great and generous gift, Dave. I'm sure they'll rest in a place of honor in your home. 

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NICE! They don't build 'em like THAT anymore!

John

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Guess your Step father knew these would be well taken care of Dave. What a awesome gift. The wooden threads still in working condition.

Edited by It Was Al B (see edit history)

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Your step father thinks highly of you.  He gifted them for you to cherish and keep them in the family.  You will be able to pass them on to one of yours when the time comes.  Very nice indeed.

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So cool!!!!

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