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Posted 2 years ago

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lundy
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hi i have no idea if there valueable or the age ,can anyone help with these ,i got the at a barn sale thank you all ,

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  1. chinablue chinablue, 2 years ago
    Old planes are quite collectible and many are quite valuable. To get help with these, you'll need to look for markings/numbers/names on them. They are usually found on the metal parts. Photos of any markings and also photos showing the underneath and the other side will be of great use. Good luck in your research! :-)
  2. chinablue chinablue, 2 years ago
    I'd like to clarify that many of certain types/makers are quite valuable, not just 'many'.
  3. trunkman trunkman, 2 years ago
    If you throw in the crock pot and blender I'm sure you can name your price!LOL. Great to have three - lots of decor possibilities.
  4. lundy lundy, 2 years ago
    thanks china blue ,and trunkman ill take the blades out and take a look
  5. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    I love these old planes. I have one larger one and a smaller one. The large one I got at the local flea market here for $10. It had the blade but was missing the wedge. I couldn't find a wedge anywhere but then saw a seller in England on eBay that was selling a set of three different sizes. One of them was the size I needed, so I bid and won. Who'da thought I'd have to get a wedge from England. Mine has a stamp on the very front with the maker's name.
  6. lundy lundy, 2 years ago
    nice do you have yours on here and thank you how much are they worth
  7. toolate2 toolate2, 2 years ago
    I have one listed here. Mine is a Stanley and the name and model number are stamped into the end of it. You might check there as well...
  8. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    Yes, I have a picture of the big one posted.
  9. MattyG MattyG, 2 years ago
    Wipe the square butt ends of the wood off and look for name there. I have a few and the names are found there. I have a book by Alvin Sellens called "Woodworking Planes, a descripive register of wooden planes" c.1978. I could research a specific maker if found.
  10. lundy lundy, 2 years ago
    ok thank you ,very much

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