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1" Infill Shoulder Plane

1" Infill Shoulder Plane

I have been blessed with a bounty of hand tools and wood these past few weeks, it's a long story, after returning from my latest trip, and after sorting through the tools, I found this infill plane among many other gems.

It's a 1" Infill shoulder plane. At this time I cannot see any markings, the hand plane is ready to use now, the edge is excellent and the body is square and solid. I love this plane, and I'll use it.


7.5" long by 3" tall, heavy with a square sole to side for accurate registration. Can't wait to use it!


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John Morris's Hand Tools

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He may have Gene, but looking at the plane body, there are indicators that an advanced machine facility was involved, just little things here and there that I feel would be near impossible to create in a home shop. But hey, with the man this all came from, anything is possible.

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