I wasn't particularly thinking it was, but there are similarities.AndyT":3q5rn3w7 said:I'm sure it is not a chamfer plane. I have a chamfer plane like that - there's a bevel on the sole and on the sliding fence. The plane in the original post is flat underneath.
I've checked my one and it doesn't have the same curve. I can't think of a function, so I guess it's just for decoration.Ttrees":2d25wffu said:I wasn't particularly thinking it was, but there are similarities.
Do you know what particular use the curved profile toe on the plane is for Andy?
Just trying to give more of a clue to what the actual use was for.
You'll need a good angle grinder to get rid of those ugly wings... :wink:Trevanion":2y4iyjb3 said:I for one am very pleased with my purchase, I will put a big radius on the iron an turn it into a scrub plane :wink:
Looks nothing like a curve ball. My guess is some kind of plane as the O.P suggests.AndyT":3gqvlilx said:That's really weird. I can't recall ever seeing anything like that. Just when you think you know a little bit about old tools, a curve ball like this comes crashing in!