John Moseley London England No 18 round wood molding plane For Sale
John Moseley London England No 18 round wood molding plane:
You are offerding on one John Moseley number 18 round wood molding or moulding plane as pictured.
It is marked "JOHN MOSELEY & SON 54-55 BROAD ST BLOOMSBURY LONDON" on the front end, and "18" on the back end.
The iron is just under 1-1/2" in width.
Overall length of the body is about 9-1/2".
Moseley and his successors were prolific plane makers in London, England. Please see the reference book Goodman's British Planemakers 4th Edition (or the 3rd Edition) for much more information.
Condition is good to very good, with a variety of stains and little scratches and chips in the wood. The wedge shows some wear, and the iron has some rust. The iron and the wedge both appear to be original to the plane.
SHIPPING: Over 1 pound, shipped in a padded Flat Rate envelope.No International shipping.
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