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When Record Tools acquired the production rights for the planes formally manufactured by Edward Preston & Sons, a number of Edward Preston planes ended up in Record's own product line.Record Plane Price Guide Find out what each Record plane and spoke shave is worth with this quick price guide. A valuable resource which shows you what you should be paying for a Record hand plane.I will also include a video of me making the cut as well.The intent is for it to act as a sort of visual reference on how a task can be performed.All sizes in production including those with corrugated bottoms. Lateral adjustment lever with patent dates 10-21-84 &7-24-88. The planes were identical to the original Stanleys, except for the markings on the beds, (W.., K..), Keen Kutter and Winchester trademarks on the blades and frogs with twisted lateral levers.So, after having chucked the software gig, it was either sitting in front of the tube while watching Jerry Springer and strumming my lips or doing something constructive.Opting for the latter, with the donnybrooks of Springer as background noise, I embarked upon a rewrite of Blood and Gore to make it more thorough and accurate.
My question is on dating and identification of the different #45’s.
’ve never found a good source for Sargent planes with pictures.
NOTE: This type discussion, along with the foregoing material, is based on personal examination of numerous Bed Rock specimens since 1973. Frog & bed machined & mated 100%; inclined frog seat. Keen Kutter Bed Rocks had plain lever caps and Winchester Bed Rocks had Winchester marked lever caps.
Can you or someone go into detail about how to go about this? And here’s my small collection, all probably mid-20th century.
I ordered a book on planes, not sure which one, but there isn’t enough information on the #45. -- Einstein: "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant.
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The Stanley #45 This thread will serve as a “companion” of sorts to the blog series that I’ll be working on with regards to the Stanley #45.