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They are all unused and some may have some slight surface rust marks but nevertheless will take a very good edge.We have also been sorting out a large consignment of Army Surplus tools and equipment such as spanners, tools, badges and buttons.Most prices seen reflect actual sale results from this website.Prices seen span a long time and may not reflect current values. On other pieces you will see no price, or a price range, with or without an explanation.
Of course for 99.9% of machinist woodworkers this is essential equipment.
Lots of other subtle manufacturing differences too, from one to another. -- Einstein: "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift, and the rational mind is a faithful servant. I am starting to change over to Millers Falls tools, so my Handyman tools (except for that square) are now sold off. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." I'm Poopiekat!!
I suspect that these planes, based on the ones I own or have seen offered for sale, they were originally purchased in department stores for Father’s Day gifts by well-meaning family…and put away and forgotten. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift." I'm Poopiekat!! but just for fun and even though they may not easily make silky smooth shavings, they are part of the tool history. -- Collecting is an investment in the past, and the future. My very first hand plane was a Handyman,bought it from ebay but while I was waiting for it to to be shipped I did a google search on it and boy ,everyone gave it a thumbs down,it felt like I couldn’t have bought a worse plane so when I received it I just put it away ,later on I bought a couple of decent Canadian /US made planes and compared them to the old HANDYMAN,then I realised why it was inferior ,it weighed less ,looked rough and crude .
That equates to most woodworkers and as we know, they are not so much working wood but working machines.
From my culture these images are not so much a part of my psyche. Mention router and I automatically think of a Stanley #71 or Record #071.