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English Shipwright's or Carpenter's Sash Fillister Plane by Atkin and Sons

$695
6 in. H x 9.5 in. W x 9.25 in. D
Inventory Number: Q0250

A fine English shipwright's or carpenter's sash fillister or plough plane, c.1900, of finely patinated beech wood and brass by Atkin and Sons, Sheffield Works, Birmingham Marked A & S, Benefactum

The British wooden sash fillister plane is a turn-of-the century plane designed for rebate / rabbet work - also called a sash filletster plane (spelled with a slight difference).

The function and design of the sash fillister plane is a cross between the wooden moving fillister plane and the wooden plough plane and is equipped with a fence, depth stop, nicker, skewed cutter and wedge - having a hardwood main body, a hardwood moving fence, and a variety of brass decorative and functional parts.

A fine example of a shipbuilding carpenter's tool - perfect for a collector of nautical or maritime items.

English Shipwright's or Carpenter's Sash Fillister Plane by Atkin and Sons

$695
H 6 in. x W 9.5 in. x D 9.25 in.
Inventory Number: Q0250


A fine English shipwright's or carpenter's sash fillister or plough plane, c.1900, of finely patinated beech wood and brass by Atkin and Sons, Sheffield Works, Birmingham Marked A & S, Benefactum

The British wooden sash fillister plane is a turn-of-the century plane designed for rebate / rabbet work - also called a sash filletster plane (spelled with a slight difference).

The function and design of the sash fillister plane is a cross between the wooden moving fillister plane and the wooden plough plane and is equipped with a fence, depth stop, nicker, skewed cutter and wedge - having a hardwood main body, a hardwood moving fence, and a variety of brass decorative and functional parts.

A fine example of a shipbuilding carpenter's tool - perfect for a collector of nautical or maritime items.

Details

England
Early 20th Century
Beech, Brass, Metal, Wood
1
Excellent
Wear commensurate with age and use
Fine antique condition - Wear commensurate with age and use - Please see accompanying photos.
6 in. H x 9.5 in. W x 9.25 in. D

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