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Steer's Patent #306 Fore PlaneSteer's Patent #306 Fore Plane   This unusual patented plane is in Good condition noting the missing handle horn.   There is also a chip in one of the rosewood sole strips.  It is one of his earlier pieces as his later examples had Stanley like frogs.  The cutter is stamped with the Steer name, number 306, and the patent date, but parts are light.   All in all a nice example that will a nice addition to any patented plane or antique tool collection.

Good  . . . . .  $185.00     SOLD!!




Revonoc # 2 Smooth Plane  This plane has a clearly marked nice Revonoc #2 size cutter in it, but the lateral is marked Stanley.  Not sure if that makes it a marriage or not, as the parent company that sold Revonoc, H.S. & B. Co. offered Stanley made products as their own much as Simmons did with Keen Kutter planes.   If it is a marriage, the parts are worth the price.  The rest of the plane is nice.  A rare and unusual plane.

Good + . . . . . $125.00



Rodier Patent Jack PlaneRodier Patent Jack Plane  This unusual 19th c. iron plane is unmarked as to maker or any patent info. That it is a Rodier Patent is easily recognizable with its distinctive design features and style.

Louis Rodier was issued a couple different patents for planes he designed. The first in 1879, and another in 1885. This jack plane incorporates the leaf spring frog adjustment and star wheel adjuster from his earlier patent. The idea was to adjust both the depth of cut, and the angle all with one turn of the wheel. Sounds like a plan, but the idea never really caught on, and like many other "better plane ideas" from this era the company soon faded from existence. Rodier was only in business selling this plane for approximately 5 years or so. A fellow named Laflin was his partner, and the actual manufacturer.

The most distinctive aspect about these planes is their graphic look. The sides are cast with vertical ribs, both for strength, and an appealing look. The sole is corrugated with waves and has a great look to it. This Rodier jack plane measures 15" long. The long nice cutter is marked Greaves. The adjuster is operational. There are no other casting cracks or other damage. The handle and knob are original.  The base of the handle has a couple of screws in it to repair an old crack.  It looks great.  There is no rust or pitting to speak of.

The overall condition is very nice.  Opportunity!!  Recommended!!

Good + . . . . . $575.00





Worrall Patent 18 Inch Transitional Fore PlaneWorrall Patent 18" Transitional Fore Plane   Thomas Worrall was granted his first patent for a plane in 1854.  Worrall formed and operated 2 different tool and plane making concerns, the Lowell Plane & Tool Co. and The Multiform Moulding Plane Co of Boston Mass.  According to Roger Smith he closed up shop sometime in 1858.  He was granted at least 5 other plane related patents in that short period.

This 18" Closed handle fore plane is in excellent condition.  One of the Worrall patents is for the long bolt that runs through the body and attaches to a cast iron piece that is used to clamp the cutter into place.  This example is clearly marked on the nose of the plane and the cutter is marked as well.  It has a great look to it and is a nice example of one of the earliest American Patented planes that can be found.  Nice!!

Good + . . . . . . . $375.00     SOLD!!






Chaplin 
	#`1203 Improved Smooth Plane Chaplin Patent #1203 Corrugated Bottom Improved Smooth Plane  The maker of these was Iver Johnson a gun maker looking for something to do after the Civil War.  The seller was Tower & Lyon.  This small smooth plane is in nice condition.  90% of the original jappaning or better is present.  Proper marked good cutter. Nice throat.  Hard Rubber handle is nice.  All adjustments work.  No apologies or issues.    Ready for the collection.

Fine  . . . . . $ 150.00     SOLD!!





Birmingham 18 Iron Fore PlaneBirmingham 18" Iron Fore Plane  This 18 " #6 size all iron fore plane was made by the Birmingham Plane Manufacturing Co of Birmingham Conn.  This design plane was patented by a fellow named Mosher in 1884. The Birmingham Plane Co. was in business for only about 5 years from 1885 on. The Birmingham Plane Co. also made a series of other planes similar to Stanley's design trying to compete with Stanley.  The Birmingham Tool Co.'s other lines of planes included transitional and metal bodied planes similar to the Stanley line of planes with the main difference in those being the design of the lateral lever.  These all iron planes are their most desirable models and uniquely different from most other designs of woodworking planes from this era.

This example has a couple of issues.  The throat area has some major chips.  The cast iron adjuster has some of its ribs missing as can be seen in the pics.  The cutter is nice and marked properly. The side adjuster is present. A plane that has a great look and feel to it.  Priced to reflect the damage.

Fair . . . . . $175.00      SOLD!!




DE / Diamond Edge # 05 C Corrugated Bottom Buckeye Patent Jack PlanDE / Diamond Edge # 05 C Corrugated Bottom Buckeye Patent Jack Plane   It is a bit odd that people were still trying to develop a better design plane than the typical Bailey designs that had been in production for years and were immensely popular, but obviously the desire was still there.   Not sure what aspect of this palnes design is better, but it was granted a patent, and these are pretty hard to find planes as they were not made for long.  Different!!!

Good  . . . . . . . $125.00     SOLD!!




Boston Metallic Co. Block PlaneBoston Metallic Co. Block Plane w/ 2 Piece Lever Cap / Blade Holder Complete!!!  This unusual patented block  plane is usually missing the cast iron Palm rest lever cap.  Both the cutter and the Rosewood wedge are marked with the name.  Looks good as shown, but the apology is the throat has been opened behind the cutter as seen in the pics. 

Good - . . . . . . . $150.00    SOLD!!





Metallic Plane Co. of Auburn NY Block PlaneMetallic Plane Co. of Auburn NY Block Plane This is an odd variation.  I had this plane once before w/ a completely different cap. It is the first one that comes up in a Google Image search using the title. That example is on my other website in the archives.   The cap has the same  idea with the hump rest and tail, but that one was cast as one piece.  I am not sure what we have here, a first model, a repair, or ? ? ?,  but it was done a long time ago. The sole and the cutter are both marked.  Different!!!

Good - . . . . . . . $175.00    SOLD!!




Union Tool Co. #44 Beading PlaneUnion Tool Co. #44 Beading Plane Rare & Excellent are the first two things that come to mind when describing this unusual Union 44 beading plane.  The nickel plating is well over 95% and shows just minor wear on the sole inside the bead. The # 44 is cast into the side, and Union in the handle,  but they were not marked on the frame or elsewhere with the size.  Ads from the era indicate it was made in 3 sizes, 1/4, 3/8 & 1/2 and this is a 1/2".  There is a pic of one and a write-up on page 259 Vol. 1 of Roger Smiths work on American patented planes.

 Union Tool Co. use to compete with Stanley Rule & Level Co. and offered many planes that were nearly identical. In a few instances they designed and produced planes a bit different than the Stanley version or offered something entirely different that Stanley did not.  Union introduced this pane shortly after the turn of the century and very few have ever been found or come to market.  Stanley bought out Union in the 1920's getting rid of the unwanted competition and they dropped or eliminated this design.

I have seen auction results as high as 2,400.00 and only recall seeing one other at a tool meet for close to that amount.  A rare and desirable plane!!

Fine  . . . . .$895.00 SOLD!



Cast Iron Shoot Board PaneCast Iron Shoot Board Pane   Planes of this type are usually associated with the printing industry and were used to trim lead type.  It is unmarked as to maker but has a 3 digit # on the lever cap, 863,  and another, 861 on the base.  It weighs a good 10 - 15 lbs. or so.  There is no board or frame.  Different!!

Good +. . . . . . . $95.00    SOLD!!







Miniature / Prototype Chute Board PlanePrototype Stanley 51 / 52 Chute Board Plane   This very small chute board plane was purchased in 1973 some 40 years ago from Roger Smith.  It has been in the same antique tool collection since then.  The tag attached to the handle gives the Smith provenance and speculates that this is a Stanley prototype for the Stanley 51 / 52 chute board plane.  John Walters price guide gives the dates Stanley introduced the 51 / 52 Chute Board Plane design as 1909 for the plane and 1905 for the board, if that makes any sense.  The characteristics of this unusual plane would look to be about right if not earlier than those dates.  Stanley 51/52 Protoytpe Chute Board Plane

This chute board plane is based on the Stanley design and is similar in look and function to it.  It utilizes Stanley  # 2 size parts for the frog, cutter and lever cap. The lateral on the #2 size frog is from the proper era with Stanley in large block letters and no patent dates. The body of the plane is unmarked other than a foundry marks. The ebonized handle is nice and has a much longer horn than typically seen on any Stanley planes I am aware of.   The board is a very nice casting with no rust or pitting. The original milling marks can be seen on the top.  I see no marks on the board itself.   Rare / Unusual & Very Nice!!

Fine   . . . . . $2,295.00    SOLD!!





Boston Metallic Plane Co. Jack Plane w/ Marked CutterBoston Metallic Plane Co. Jack Plane w/ Marked Cutter   According to Roger Smith this early plane manufacturing company was only in business or listed in the Boston directories for a couple years back in the 1870's. This maker is not to be confused with the Metallic Plane Co of Auburn NY.

This is a nice looking example of a hard to find early metallic plane.  The sole is cast with large cutouts to reduce weight.  It is interesting to note that some makers were doing things to increase the weight of their plane with English Infill planes being a prime example.  The design had its weaknesses and there is one bar under the handle that has a hairline crack in it.  The rest of the plane is very nice including the original handle & knob The proper cutter and cap are nice as well.  There is no rust or pitting.  Different, and Unusual.   

Good   . . . . . . . $395.00       SOLD!!




Birmingham Tool Co. #15 Excelsior Block PlaneBirmingham Tool Co. #15 Excelsior Block Plane  IIn addition to their line of all metal planes the Birmingham Plane Co of CT made a line of Stanley knockoffs and marked that line B Planes. That was back in the 1890's or so.  There were minor differences most notably the style and design of the lateral.  The cutter adjustment grooves are also done differently on this 7" block plane.  The condition is exceptional.  A pretty hard to come by block plane.  Nice.

Good +  . . . . . . $ 65.00       SOLD!!







William Steers 1880 Patent Model Bench PlaneWilliam Steers 1880 Patent Model Bench Plane Wm. Steers, of Quebec Canada was granted the patent for this woodworking bench plane on May 11th 1880.  The patent # is 227452 and it is viewable using a Google Search.  It was the first patent he obtained related to woodworking planes.

The condition of this patent model is superb.  It is constructed almost entirely of wood.  The main focus of the patent is for the cutter adjustment feature and changing the angle of the cutter for different types of wood. 

Roger Smith has a lot of information on Steers and his patents in both Vol. 1 & 11 of the PTAMPIA books on patented American planes.  At the time of the publication of Smiths first book there were no known examples of planes using this patents design.  There is an example utilizing the idea pictured in Vol. 11.  Smith suggest this plane was made in Canada for just a short period.   I have never seen or heard of another example.

At some point Steers moved to Vermont and worked with the Brattleboro Tool Co. where his later planes were produced.  Steers is much better known for planes utilizing his later patents and designs including the use of Rosewood strips dovetailed into the sole of metal bodied planes.    Opportunity!!

Fine . . . . .  $     SOLD!!




Phillips Patent Improved Plow PlanePhillips Patent "Improved" Plow Plane  This example of an "improved" model Phillips Plow Plane has a few condition issues.  It is in need of a restoration, or can be used as parts.  The plane body is sound and damage free.  The handle has shrunk a good 1/8", has a glue repair, and has horn damage.  There is almost no finish left on the plane.  There are some good parts including both depth stops, the fence, rod, and the thumbscrews.   

Fair . . . . . . . $195.00     SOLD!!






Chaplin Patent Shoot Board PlaneChaplin Patent Shoot Board Plane This example is unmarked but has all the distinctive features of a Chaplin Shoot Board Plane. That being the depth adjuster, lever cap design, and the form of the brass handle.  The area where cast info on the plane body is sometimes found is cast blank on this example.  This has been seen before, and there is no known explanation other than nearly every example of this plane found has slight differences from the next.  Just the way it is.  Some have been found with an applied brass tag from A. J. Wilkinson, a well known Boston dealer of the time, but this does not, nor does it have blank holes to hold one as has been seen.  The bottom of the board does have 3 initials, F I G or C cast into it.  (see pic)

This condition is exceptional   There is no rust or pitting and the original milling marks on the board are clear and bold.  The fence is damage free as is the fragile stop.  The skew cutter is unmarked.  Another example of a hard to find plane!!

Fine . . . . . $995.00      SOLD!!




Edwin Hahn #18 27 Inch Jointer PlaneEdwin Hahn #18 C Corrugated Bottom 27" Jointer Plane   This is a rare plane.  It is also very long.  Jack and smooth size Hahn planes turn up pretty regularly, but this 27" long #18 jointer is a rare variant.  A Google search turns up reference to just one other example, that being one I sold a number of years ago to John F. Rump the author of the book Plane Makers of Wikes-Barre, Pennsylvania: Jacob Siegley, Edwin Hahn, Keystone Tool Works.  I am not sure what he has to say in that book about this plane, but  there is also some good info on PA plane makers in Roger Smiths books, but no mention of anything this large.

The condition is very nice, no issues, damage or other problems. Nice, &  Different!!!

Fine  . . . . . . . $395.00       SOLD!!




Birmingham Tool Co. Patented #6 Size Fore Plane Birmingham Tool Co. Patented #6 Size Fore Plane   This 18 " #6 size fore plane was made by the Birmingham Plane Manufacturing Co of Birmingham Conn. It is in overall very nice condition, with just some minor pitting to the sole.  It is really more stain / discoloration than pitting as can be seen.  It would easily lap out if you wanted to do that.

The design of plane was patented by a fellow named Mosher in 1884. The Birmingham Plane Co. was in business for only about 5 years from 1885 on. The Birmingham Plane Co. also made a series of other model or designed planes trying to compete with Stanley, but these all iron planes are their most desirable models and uniquely different from most other designs for woodworking planes from this era. The Birmingham Tool Co. other lines of planes included transitional and metal bodied planes similar to the Stanley line of planes with the main difference being the design of the lateral lever.

This example is proper and correct in every aspect and is in good + to fine condition. The throat is nice, and the cutter and cap are marked properly. The adjuster is present and operates as it should.  A nice plane that has a great look and feel to it, that is not often seen these days.  

Good +. . . . .$495.00       SOLD!



J. Popping NY Rabbet PlaneJ. Popping / NY Plane Maker 19th Century Rabbet Plane  J. Popping was one of the few well known NY makers of Piano makers planes, other miter planes, infils, chariot planes and shoulder planes in the mid to early 19th century.  The most famous of these plane makers were the Erlandson brothers.   This is a very nice 1" wide rabbet plane with just minor pitting or roughness to the casting.  The cutter is marked J. Popping NY, and has at least 3/4" of an inch remaining.  Take a look at the oversize wedge, a trademark feature of his planes.  A nice plane.  Different!! 

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




Square w/ Bevel# 3 Size Chaplin Smooth Plane  This is nice! The rubber handle is nice, the cutter is nice, there is no rust or pitting to speak of.    Different and Nice!!

Fine  . . . . . .$195.00     SOLD!!




Birmingham Block PlaneBirmingham "Finger" Block Plane This is a very hard to find miniature block plane by the famous CT plane maker.  The condition is super..

Good + . . . . .$95.00       SOLD






Patented "Green" PlaneThe Green Machine  I am not sure if there has ever been a patent found for this interesting plane, but it was a manufactured and  advertised piece as I have seen ads for it in early building and trade magazines.   It was designed to flatten out door gains, and the extensions were to facilitate its use on a variety of different size doors.  This example is near mint and shows little if any signs of use.  Well over 90% of the Green finish remains, and the grind on the cutter appears to be original.  An interesting an quite uncommon piece.  

Good + . . . . .$175.00   SOLD


Union #22 Transitional PlaneUnion #22 Transitional Smooth Plane   This is a nice looking plane with good wood and a nice sole.   The paint is original and good.  A tough plane to find.

Good + . . . . .$45.00         SOLD






Rumbold Butt Mortise PlaneRumbold Patent Butt Mortise Plane   This is an early example as later ones can be found with the pat # 2579911 or 2578955 info cast into the bed.  This one says Pat Apl'd For on one end and Made in USA on the other.  Nice condition.   

Good + . . . . . $40.00        SOLD!!







Worrall Patent 30 Inch Transitional Jointer PlaneWorrall Patent 30" Transitional Jointer Plane   This is a monster.  It weighs over 15 lbs.  The overall condition is nice.  Can you imagine pushing this around all day.  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 can not think of any other manufactured planes this long.   Nice &  Different!!!

Good +  . . . . . . . $675.00       SOLD!!




Worrall's Patent PlaneWorrall's Patent Transitional Plane   This plane was offered in a few different sizes.  This is the longer skinnier model and one of the harder to find.  The condition is nice.

Good  . . . . .$195.00   SOLD




Challenge Patented Jointer PlaneChallenge Jointer Plane   The patent for this unusual is from just before the turn of the century, and they were marketed through Tower & Lyon.    They were only made for a few short years and in in limited supply as evidenced by the scant number of times they appear on the market.   Roger Smith put forward the speculation that they were probably produced in one run in 1899, and that they are quite rare.  I am not sure of 1 production run as ones can be  marked differently.   They are scarce and hard to find none the less. 

The upper loop supporting the adjuster is the weak point of the design but this one is damage free. 

Good + . . . . .$895.00  SOLD



Patented Challenge Plane2 Patented Challenge Planes   These are a hard to find and interesting patented plane.  The patent is from just before the turn of the century, and they were marketed through Tower & Lyon.    They were only made for a few short years and in in limited supply as evidenced by the scant number of times they appear on the market.   Roger Smith put forward the speculation that they were probably produced in one run in 1899, and that they are quite rare.  I am not sure of 1 production run as ones can be  marked differently.   They are scarce and hard to find none the less. 

Both of these examples have been repainted.  The upper loop supporting the adjuster is the weak point of the design and I think these have been braised / repaired in this area at some point and repainted to make them look better.  Given the paint job I can not really see the repair, but the texture and look in this area looks different on both.  Perhaps that was by design, but I doubt it.

Good + . . . . .   SOLD



Metallic Plane Co. Auburn NY # 9 
Block Plane W/ Tailed CapMetallic Plane Co. Auburn NY # 9 Block Plane W/ Tailed Cap  This is a rare version of one of this companies block planes.  I have never seen or had one with the cast iron tail piece intact.  The example in Roger Smith's  book on the subject has a brass cap which although he fails to identify as being a recast most likely is.  I looked through a stack of auction catalogs, and there are the wooden wedge varieties offered, or occasionally ones with a wooden block attached to the top of the cutter, but none of the #9 with the cast tail that I could find.   The only other one I have had had the tail broken off, and I was never able to locate a replacement

The condition is fine overall.  The cutter is properly marked and so is the side of the plane.  There is 80% or better of the original japanning except on the tail as would be expected.

Good + . . . . .$975.00       SOLD



Langdon 
Miter Box Co 3 1/2" Shoot Board PlaneLangdon Miter Box Co 3 1/2" Shoot Board Plane   This is an interesting plane / tool.  Langdon was located in Millers Falls Mass.  They came in three sizes I believe, and this is the middle size one with the cutter measuring 3 1/2 inches across the face.  I have not owned one of these in close to 20 or so years and tripped over that one at a flea market in KY in the good old days of driving around in circles trying to turn up things.  I never saw it and literally tripped over it going all the way down as I was scanning the next booth.  I  had no idea what it was and had never seen one before.   I inspected it for a while while rubbing my shin and I did end up buying it.  I sold that one to the fellow who owned this one.  I remember because after I sold him mine he wanted me to take it back because it turned out to be the same size as this one. 

That being said I have no real idea if this ones paint is original or not. I am guessing not with that bright green, but really do not know.  It was carefully done, and the red and gold seem proper, but that shade green sure is a new one on me.  I looked it over pretty good, and it is not hiding any welds or repairs that I can see.  The cutters appear to be pretty sharp, and the sole of the plane clean.   The adjustable table swings easily.

Good + . . . . .$795.00  SOLD


Langdon Shoot Board PlaneLangdon Miter Box Co 4" Shoot Board Plane   Same as above but nicer and one size larger

Good + . . . . .$995.00   SOLD




Pateneted Metallic PlaneMetallic Plane Co. Patented Smooth Plane   This plane has one of the most complicated and confusing blade and frog adjustment set-ups one could imagine.  It is little wonder it did not catch on.  It is clearly stamped on the side Palmer Storkes and Metallic Plane Co. of Auburn NY.  This company tried a few different designs over the years looking for one to make them famous. This idea drove the potential customers away and straight toward Stanley / Bailey planes I would think. Overall very nice noting the chipped tote.

Good . . . . . .$95.00       SOLD!




Millers Falls #67 Router PlaneMillers Falls #67 Router Plane     This one only has one cutter.  It is nice enough for the shelf, or will make a good user. 

Good+ . . . . . .  $45.00       SOLD!






Millers Falls Low Angle #60 1/2 Block PlaneMillers Falls Low Angle #60 1/2 Block Plane     This is like new and looks to have never been used.  As nice as anything produced today, or by Stanley in the past. 

Fine . . . . . .35.00        SOLD!




pattern makers planePattern Makers Plane This pattern makers plane is made with Stanley #3 Type 5 first lateral parts fitted to a cast brass / gunmetal body.   It is very well done and in nice condition.  The maker cut a slot in the front and another just behind the frog so the different bottoms could be locked on.   There are 4 different  bottoms, and 1 cutter made from a Sargent cutter to fit the convex bottom now on the plane.   The extra bottoms are unmarked and all of them seem flat.  This may have been a project that was not completed or ?????.   The plane is sound and nice overall.

Good+ . . . . . .$195.00         SOLD!



Patented Buckeye # 5 Jack Plane (D E #5)Patented Buckeye # 5 Jack Plane (D E #5)   This plane is a pretty hard to find patented plane.  The cutter is marked with the distributers name Norvell / Shapleigh, and their logo.  The bed is marked D E 5 for Diamond Edge which was also one of the logos they used.  The bed is also marked with the patent dates identifying this as a Buckeye that was first patented right after the turn of the century.  Roger Smith mentions in his book that these were originally made by an outfit in Ohio that made vices.  Near the end they also carried the DE designation, and that the 14" #5 size was only made for Shapleigh.  It is in overall nice condition.  Interesting. 

Good+. . . . .$225.00      SOLD!



Union X #4 Smooth PlaneUnion X #4 Smooth Plane   Union Tool Co. competed with Stanley as best they could until they were bought out by Stanley in the 20's.  In addition to the line of planes that mimicked Stanley's they also introduced some ideas of their own into the market. One of those was their X series of bench planes.   The #4 size is in nice condition, and all proper.  The collector applied his signature coat of gloss lacquer to protect it.  A nice plane!!

Good + . . . . . .$75.00       SOLD!!





Cast Smooth Plane / ProjectCast Smooth Plane / Project   I am not sure what to make of this. A kit?  But I could find no other examples.  The casting and wedge / cap are both stamped 12.  There are no other markings.  The throat is super narrow as on a miter plane.  The body casting is a bit rough as if it was not finished.  There are details like from classic miter planes, and the wedge is very nicely done.  It is what it is.  Finished out it would be handsome looking piece. 

Good  . . . . . $75.00        SOLD!!






Edwin Hahn #18 27 Inch Jointer PlaneEdwin Hahn #18 27" Jointer Plane  At over 27" long this is one long jointer plane.  Roger Smith does not mention one this big in his books, and I do not have the newer book by John Rumph on PA plane makers to see if it is mentioned there.  A Google search turns up nothing close to this long.

The collector has applied a coat of gloss to "protect" the plane as was typical. The overall condition is nice, and there is no damage, and plenty of original finish under the gloss coat.  Different!!

Excellent . . . . .$295.00        SOLD!!



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