Item WP7 - Brown & Barnard (Birmingham) ” Astragal

Henry Brown and Thomas Barnard briefly made planes together in Birmingham England circa 1802-3.  They are not uncommonly found in the US.  I have a weakness for the astragal profile that is essentially a bead set back from the edge of a board.  It used to be very popular in the early 19th century, but seems to have fallen out of favor.  This plane has a good wedge, a fairly weak iron, a drying check in the nose that is not going anywhere, and a vew worm holes in the left side that are not active.  Good.  $20.00e



      Price -$20.00

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