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Vaughn09/10/2008 12:00:00
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Hi All

I bought this stanley no.67 spokeshave a two days ago. i'm very happy with the condition it is in, but i suspect it may be missing a fence of some sort. pleasee let me know if any of you guys have sen these before.

thanks

vaughn 

Sparky09/10/2008 22:56:00
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Hi Vaughn

What I do know its a beautiful piece of work........they don't make them like that anymore....(I think) Is it Canadian or American?

Would you let out the price you paid for it?, if not, don't worry.

Marc  

Vaughn10/10/2008 07:55:00
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Hi Marc

The blade is stamped "Stanley" with the sweetheart emblem, and then "New Britain, Conn, U.S.A." I found a website with all the stanley trademarks, which dates this to 1919-1920.

I paid R45 (rand) for it, which is the equivalent of about 3 pound. i also bought a stanley block plane for R95, about 6 pound.

cheers

vaughn

Oddjob10/10/2008 19:10:00
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Vaughn

Can we have a pic of the other side - the working side I think?  I think it may well be complete.  A spokeshave doesn't have any kind of fence normally.

Richard

Sparky10/10/2008 21:26:00
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Hi Vaughn

I noticed that link, great site and thanks for that link....some nice rare planes and other items worth getting your hands on..........

That's a good price for a tool in such good condition, and a block plane at that price too, well found! 

Richard

I forgot to ask that!

Marc  

Toothy12/10/2008 17:42:00
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Hi Vaughn

Where in SA do you live? I'm in Cape Town.

Toothy

Vaughn12/10/2008 17:57:00
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Hi

Vanderbijlpark. Close on the Vaal River. My dad lives in the cape, just outside Paarl.

regards

vaughn 

Vaughn09/10/2008 12:00:00
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92 forum posts
34 photos

Hi All

I bought this stanley no.67 spokeshave a two days ago. i'm very happy with the condition it is in, but i suspect it may be missing a fence of some sort. pleasee let me know if any of you guys have sen these before.

thanks

vaughn 

Sparky09/10/2008 22:56:00
7631 forum posts
22 photos

Hi Vaughn

What I do know its a beautiful piece of work........they don't make them like that anymore....(I think) Is it Canadian or American?

Would you let out the price you paid for it?, if not, don't worry.

Marc  

Vaughn10/10/2008 07:55:00
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92 forum posts
34 photos

Hi Marc

The blade is stamped "Stanley" with the sweetheart emblem, and then "New Britain, Conn, U.S.A." I found a website with all the stanley trademarks, which dates this to 1919-1920.

I paid R45 (rand) for it, which is the equivalent of about 3 pound. i also bought a stanley block plane for R95, about 6 pound.

cheers

vaughn

Oddjob10/10/2008 19:10:00
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1635 forum posts
79 photos

Vaughn

Can we have a pic of the other side - the working side I think?  I think it may well be complete.  A spokeshave doesn't have any kind of fence normally.

Richard

Sparky10/10/2008 21:26:00
7631 forum posts
22 photos

Hi Vaughn

I noticed that link, great site and thanks for that link....some nice rare planes and other items worth getting your hands on..........

That's a good price for a tool in such good condition, and a block plane at that price too, well found! 

Richard

I forgot to ask that!

Marc  

Toothy12/10/2008 17:42:00
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458 forum posts
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Hi Vaughn

Where in SA do you live? I'm in Cape Town.

Toothy

Vaughn12/10/2008 17:57:00
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92 forum posts
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Hi

Vanderbijlpark. Close on the Vaal River. My dad lives in the cape, just outside Paarl.

regards

vaughn 

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