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    A Stanley 220

    Went to an antique show just to pass some time. Picked up this 220 for 20 bucks. Kinda high but I had a good time yackin' guy that was selling it. It is 7" long with a 1 5/8" blade. Has an ouchie on the cap but will make a good user. Some of the other stuff scared me off.....two different boxwood folding 12" rulers...one was $37.50 and the other was $50 Guess they'll be looking at those for awhile. Also a Winchester 3005 plane for $350. Way out of my range.
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    Nice find Roger

    I've been searching around for a cheap low angle block plane.
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    Nice pick up Roger.

    uh, are the Winchesters that valuable? I left one sit last Tuesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    uh, are the Winchesters that valuable? I left one sit last Tuesday.
    There's a lot of collector interest in anything Winchester.

    The planes are essentially a re-branded version of the early pattern Bedrocks. They were made by Stanley for Winchester.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Southwood View Post
    Nice pick up Roger.

    uh, are the Winchesters that valuable? I left one sit last Tuesday.
    Best I could find on the net was $135 and it was in much better shape. The lady selling this had no clue other than old tools. She also had a mortise guage for $75. I just got one awhile back for $3.50. That's the problem with "antique" dealers, they don't do any research.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim DeLaney View Post
    There's a lot of collector interest in anything Winchester.

    The planes are essentially a re-branded version of the early pattern Bedrocks. They were made by Stanley for Winchester.
    Well that makes another road trip in order. Didn't give the whole Winchester thing a moments thought. Also didn't look to see if it was build like this model or that. Live and learn. Good thing you are here Jim.

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