H.L. Kendall-Screw Arm Plow Plane


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Henry Lee Kendall made planes in Baltimore, Maryland from about 1849 to 1860. This plow plane is made from beech with boxwood screw arms and nuts. The plane is in good (+) condition. Rare “winged/horned” brass depth stop lock. The wedge shows some abrasion probably due to being hit with a wood mallet to remove or set. There are a few chips out of the threads on the screw arms, but very small. The iron is stamped W.BUTCHER, it has surface rust on the end of the cutting edge. (It could be removed by re-sharpening the iron. The plane is fitted with a brass screw depth stop. The plane comes with one blade

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Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 17 × 12 × 6.5 in


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