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May 9, 2012

Barry & Way – New York 1847-1849 ,1″ Skew Rabbit Plane

I picked this up  recently at a local antique stores, it stood out from a few other later nineteenth century planes, first its low price $16.00 and second it just had a look, the chamfers are a little bolder.  An American plane from this time period is a good find.

It has a W. Butcher laid steel blade and it has been used.  The edge has been sharpened and the tail end appears to be broken off.  The wedge is also damaged.

It is a nice plane, too nice for me so it is for sale, I have another bit newer skew rabbit that I use now.

A previous owner J.KRITTER.

I am not sure what it is worth but I will take offers.

Stephen

2 Comments »

  1. I wish I’d seen your post a few minutes earlier, I just bought a very similar plane on Ebay!

    Comment by Scott — May 9, 2012 @ 8:08 am

  2. Would you take $25 for the plane?

    Comment by Don Richards — May 10, 2012 @ 12:47 am

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