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  1. mpm1696
    03-03-2009 08:53 PM - permalink
    mpm1696
    In the whole Stanley plane manufacturing history the 50's and 60's (post-war) plane models (and there-after), were never the same high quality standards as before.

    For the values, it depends on a lot of things such as; untouched (not cleaned), no missing parts, the model, type and number, no breaks, and original as possible.

    But you can get a good used Stanley plane as high quality as Veritas and Lie-Nielsen for a bargain.
    Throw me a number and I'll send back a good guess.
  2. creative novice
    03-01-2009 06:02 AM - permalink
    creative novice
    mpm: just out of curiosity (and not about any in your collection) aboout how much is an average planer worth? i mean....if it was made say in the 60's, 40's?

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    Edmundston, New Brunswick, Canada
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