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Woodworking Tool, Antique Rabbet Wood Plane, Made by H.C.Reed, likely in the mid to late 1800's

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# 17-486

Woodworking Tool, Antique Rabbet Wood Plane, Made by H.C.Reed, likely in the mid to late 1800's.

Antique Rabbet plane made by H.C.Reed. Have not been able to find data on the maker, but it was possibly made in one of the North-Eastern states. There was a wood plane maker by the name of Reed in Utica, New York, but can not say that this plane was made by him or his company. Leaving further research to experts in the field. A similar plane is advertised in the l895 Montgomery Ward Catalog on page 353, but the maker is not names. It also seems that the transition to metal planes was in full progress in 1895 so this wooden plane could certainly predate 1895.

The plane is in good condition with the blade and keeper wedge present. There is some minor metal discoloration on the cutting blade, but no significant rust. There are no cracks in the wood. One end of the plane is stamped with H.C.Reed and the other end with 1 3/4 and again with H.C.Reed. The plane is in the "as found" condition with only a light cleaning done to remove loose dirt from the wood and metal surfaces. It has not been waxed or otherwise enhanced.

The shipping package would be 12 inches long by 8 inches wide by 4 inches thick.
# 17-486

Woodworking Tool, Antique Rabbet Wood Plane, Made by H.C.Reed, likely in the mid to late 1800's.

Antique Rabbet plane made by H.C.Reed. Have not been able to find data on the maker, but it was possibly made in one of the North-Eastern states. There was a wood plane maker by the name of Reed in Utica, New York, but can not say that this plane was made by him or his company. Leaving further research to experts in the field. A similar plane is advertised in the l895 Montgomery Ward Catalog on page 353, but the maker is not names. It also seems that the transition to metal planes was in full progress in 1895 so this wooden plane could certainly predate 1895.

The plane is in good condition with the blade and keeper wedge present. There is some minor metal discoloration on the cutting blade, but no significant rust. There are no cracks in the wood. One end of the plane is stamped with H.C.Reed and the other end with 1 3/4 and again with H.C.Reed. The plane is in the "as found" condition with only a light cleaning done to remove loose dirt from the wood and metal surfaces. It has not been waxed or otherwise enhanced.

The shipping package would be 12 inches long by 8 inches wide by 4 inches thick.

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Woodworking Tool, Antique Rabbet Wood Plane, Made by H.C.Reed, likely in the mid to late 1800's

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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: Wood, Metal
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