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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-17-2016, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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Default Stanley-Bailey #7C Jointer Plane

Have a new in the box, never used, Stanley-Bailey #7c jointer plane. Bought this on a whim about 20+ years ago. No rust, metal pits, discoloration, etc on the metal.

-Original storage cardboard box and Stanley rust inhibiting paper
-Wood handle and tote
-Made in the UK (Sheffield?)
-No.7C has the corrugated sole, 22" long, 2 3/8" blade, about 8 lbs.

US$100.00 + shipping. Estimate $30.00 for shipping and insurance?? Will ship in an outer cardboard box.

Will only ship to the "Lower 48." Due to previous issues, payment by US Postal Service Money Order only.

First "I'll take it reply" gets it, then send me a PM for my address, etc.
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Just sent you a PM.

Hi, sorry I missed you. I have gone to find myself, but if I return before I get back, please ask me to wait.

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great deal on a battleship jointer!!!!

cool beans!

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What an amazing tool. Sounds like Bill got it already.

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@Ray Newman

Just sent you a PM.
you'll be a happy camper...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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SOLD pending funds!
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Default NIB Stanley Bailey #7C Finds a New Home

First of all, I would like to thank Ray for giving me the opportunity to acquire this beauty and give it a new home!

There are probably many of you who don't know, that, I like using hand planes. I find and refurbish them, and I have rescued dozens from garage sales and flea markets.

I have several boxes of cleaned up and still in the raw planes, but the one that has consistently eluded me was a #7 (and a #8 if one presents itself). Most of the ones, that I found, were rusted, beat-up junk that were overpriced.

When Ray offered a NIB #7C, I knew that I couldn't pass it up. Well, it arrive on my doorstep today, well pack, and calling to me to let it out of the box.

Well, I thought that I would share this beauty with the forum. So, without further adieu, Meet my brand new Stanley Bailey #7C (corrugated sole) plane.
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Default NIB Stanley Bailey #7C Finds a New Home, Part II

So, where does this hunk of iron fit in? Well some pictures of its new home.

You'll notice the empty spots that were made just for a #7 and maybe one day a #8.

From right to left #3, #4, #5-1/4, #5C, #6, and now a #7C, two molding planes, a ca. 1840 wood plane, and finally my ca. 1880 Keen Kutter wood plane.
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Thanks for sharing this. Looks like it has a happy home with good friends. I love using planes and just got a nice Canadian made router plane. There is nothing like the sound of the plane, and the way the wood feels after.

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Sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet


you won't have any trouble finding an 8 to fill that out!!

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