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woodbutcher
Just picked up the "grandaddy" of Goodall transition planes, a no. 32 jointer, 25.75" long and 2.5"  cutter, until this plane was listed, I had not seen or heard of a mod 32. I was sceptical however the pictures looked right so I stepped up. The toe is correctly stamped  and the cutter is correctly marked. The condition is very good, just needs some cleaning and will be ready to join my models 24 and 36 (which still need to be cleaned also). Any way just thought I'd share. !   IMG_20190107_154454.jpg  IMG_20190107_153509.jpg  IMG_20190107_153332.jpg  IMG_20190107_153058.jpg  IMG_20190107_153009.jpg  IMG_20190107_152803.jpg
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itsandbits
are these like the steel Goodalls and have the exposed nuts holding the totes on?
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woodbutcher
Yes and no; Samuel Goodall was the manufacturer of the transition planes, Central Hardware Co manufacturer the metallic planes with the tote nut. It appears that Samuel Goodall and his son Joseph were both involved with Central Hardwire. If you are interested more Goodall information, see the "Goodall"  topic in the plane section. Thanks for looking.
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