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PaulM

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This plane was part of a box of tools I picked up recently, didn't really pay attention to it since was a Dunlap.  The overall length is same as Stanley #4, but the width (iron) is 1-3/4", or maybe 1/16th" over (maybe metric?).  I thought at first was a scrub plane, now I'm not sure.  Anyone want it?

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That's different. I haven't seen a type like this.
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Me either. That's really unusual.
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