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harryd

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Having a clear out, and found this hiding with an accumulation of Stanley 45s. It has the same system as the 45 for locking the cutter – wingnut and cylinder with a tapered flat, but the blade and its orientation are skewed. It may not be complete, as there is no centre section. Handle and knob are Stanley-ish. It has no markings.
I’d be grateful if anyone can put a name to it. Thank you.
 

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That's probably an early Stanley 46then. Not a common plane at all, even more so if it was complete!
 

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I hope it's an incentive to carry on tidying - and you find the rest of the bits when you finish the job!
 
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