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The Cabinetmaker

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Lie-Nielsen. Veritas and more
« on: October 28, 2018, 02:46:58 PM »
The planes are lightly used if at all, so there may be light scratches. Email me  the18thcenturycabinetmaker@gmail.com for photos or call me at 614-837-6168. Paypal friends and family O.K., Check or M.O. are ok. If you are near central Ohio you can pick it up.

1.       Veritas Bull nose plane with A2 Blade 05P42.01with the original box  $150 plus $7.95 shipping and insurance
2.       Lie-Nielsen 66 beading tool with the original box  $150 plus $7.95 shipping and insurance
3.       Lie-Nielsen 9 Iron Miter with the original box  $625 plus $20 towards shipping and insurance
4.         ECE Primus smooth plane. This is a beauty with a cherry body and a lignum vitae sole and it’s in great condition $125 plus $15.00 towards shipping and insurance.
5.       English Pattern JackPlaneEuropean beech body with lignum vitae soles. An all-steel mechanism adjusts position and tension on the cutter.       
6.       Millers Falls 74c Miter Box with Warranted Superior saw. Its missing one of the saw stops. One of the end brackets and both length gage. $65.00 I would prefer pick up this one it’s probably to expensive to ship.
7.       Shaper spindles will fit a Delta 43-459 shaper (these are new old stock). Asking $200.00 each plus $10.00 towards shipping and insurance.
The 43-809 is a stub spindle for coping and is made in Taiwan.
The 43-807 is a ¾ extra-long spindle made in the USA
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JBRowe

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Re: Lie-Nielsen. Veritas and more
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2018, 09:23:58 PM »
Does the smoothing plane have the blade adjuster or is it hammer set?

The Cabinetmaker

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Re: Lie-Nielsen. Veritas and more
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2019, 08:37:58 AM »
The smother if the adjustable one. You can email me at; the18thcenturycabinetmaker@gmail.com for photos.The LN 9 and stub spindle are sold