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TomiRosso

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Let's add pictures to here also.

Not any fancy planes, just low end ones.

Two from left are Unions. The right one is not known. Perhaps Stanley. Only 102/1 marking in body and cap. Nothing at iron. It looks Union catalog 102 plane, but for sure it looks also Stanley 102. Probably is something else that Union. I have no picture right now where are only those two of the left.

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Left could be Union 227. Any other ideas? Cap is different than Union 1905 catalog. Locking mechanism is not wheel as in catalog also. But dimensions match and it have that screw at back and wooden knob. Iron is stamped Union MFG Co.

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And middle one is Union 110. Any suggestions to that? Looks pretty much like 1905 catalog picture. Have also Union MFG Co iron. Both planes have no markings at body.

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Angie

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I've only got some mismatched ones I believe. I do have a cap with the lever but the lever was broken off. One day I'll find a good Union block plane source.
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TomiRosso

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Okei, now I got this "set" full, what was in first picture. There was that third plane, 102, what probably was not Union. Now I accidentally found one, what surely is.

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