Hand Tools Archive

Subject:
Re: Congrats on your acquisition

John Aniano in Central NJ
Jeff,

Nice Haul! Perhaps the "10" under the iron/wedge is the number used to match up the plane body to the iron and wedge. They may have made a lot of planes at one time and there was a need to keep the various parts with each assembly. I've seen this before on infill planes. Just a thought...

John

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