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  1. From the depths of the "Dungeon Warehouse Basement" in Milwaukee Wisconsin, we have this "Poor Soul" of a Stanley Bailey No. 22 Smoothing Plane. This "Poor Soul" spent the last few years in the bottom drawer of a filing cabinet that was in the basement of a warehouse in Milwaukee that flooded 4 or 5 years ago. There were several planes in this drawer, and this one survived in the best condition. I did a little research, and found that Stanley made these planes from 1870-1943. I believe this one dates from the end years of production due to the Stanley T
  2. Stumbled upon this site while researching a Victor smoothing plane. Lots of good information here about dating tools, restoration, etc.
  3. All the sanding dust had to go somewhere, but why on my planes? After I finished a glue up, I gave a few a wipe down.. Yep, that is a clothes dryer back there, and they are sitting on a hamper. I have to share space with the Laundry room. Front to rear: Ohio Tool Co. No. 0-7 ( smooth sole) and a pair of Stanley No. 7c, type 9 jointers. The one in back has "loaner" handles, until I can afford the Rosewood ones. The other jointer in the shop.. Is what Stanley called a Small Jointer.....No.6c, type 10. Lot of weight here, so I had better put them awa
  4. The sargent #414 just needed a hone and a clean up. The Bailey #5 Type 11 needed a wee bit more work. It had a crack in the side, wrong lever cap, and a bit of rust. Lever cap was changed out with a one I had in the "spares" box. That crack took a trip to Wallie-world. Brought home a tube of Loc-tite epoxy for metal. Dremel made a "V" groove along the crack. Applied a bead to both the inside and outside of the crack. Let it set for over a day. Beltsander to flatten the area back to smooth. Area is now stable, but doesn't "hide' the crack. Sole was flattened a bit as
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