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I had some down time this week and was browsing CL for nothing in particular. I think I found some good deals. Picked up a 6" craftsman jointer for $50. I figured if I didn't use it I could at least get my money back. Then I came across a guy selling a lot of planes (4, 5, 7, 110, and two that I'm not sure what they are) and other misc items. The irons in the need some work and the a couple of the handles are cracked but over all pretty good condition.
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Can anyone shed some light on what the next two items?

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Any clue as to what kinda plane?

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On the bottom row, what are the conical items? They seem to be for cutting something?

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I came across this mini vice at a yard sale today, I think I got it for a few bucks. It was grouped with some kitchen stuff my wife bought.


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That is a star drill for concrete or stone.

You place it over your center mark and rotate it while hammering.

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Nice haul!
 
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That is a star drill for concrete or stone.

You place it over your center mark and rotate it while hammering.

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Nice haul!
AHH, OK! I have some of these as well and was wondering exactly what were for and how they were used. My gut told me they are for masonry. But I would have thought they'd be used more like a drill bit. The hammering makes sense though.
 

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