1995.0006.233 A-C, Rabbet plane, side 1
  • 1995.0006.233 A-C, Rabbet plane, side 1
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Tool (for wood) (Rabbet plane)

  • Category:

    Tools

  • Creator (Role):

    T. J. M'Master & Co (Manufacturer)

  • Place of Origin:

    Auburn, New York, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

  • Materials:

    Iron; Steel; Wood

  • Museum Object Number:

    1995.0006.233 A- C


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Object Number

1995.0006.233 A- C

Object Name

Tool (for wood) (Rabbet plane)

Category

Tools

Credit Line/Donor

The Alexander Forbes Tool Collection

Creator (Role)

T. J. M'Master & Co (Manufacturer)
Bibliography: Pollak & Pollak, "A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes." 2001, pg. 274.

Place of Origin

Auburn, New York, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

Mark or Signature or Inscription or Label

1. Mark; Toe of stock; "T.J.M'MASTER, & C\o/" stamped within a serrated rectangular border.
2. Mark; Toe of stock; "AUBURN" stamped within a serrated rectangular border.
3. Mark; Toe of stock; "N.Y" stamped within a serrated rectangular border.
4. Inscription; Heel of stock; "N\o/" stamped in a serrated rectangular border.
5. Inscription; Heel of stock; "10" stamped incuse next to previous inscription.
6. Inscription; Toe of stock; Unidentified inscription stamped.

Materials

Iron; Steel; Wood

Dimensions (inches)

6.5 (H) , 9.375 (L) , 0.87 (W)

Dimensions (centimeters)

16.51 (H) , 23.813 (L) , 2.22 (W)

Measurement Notes

Measurements above are for the overall plane from the previous cataloger. The stock's measurements are: L: 24.0cm, W: 2.2cm, H: 8.7cm. The blade measurements are: L: 15.9cm, W: 1.1cm, H: 0.3cm. The wedge measurements are: L: 12.5cm, W: 2.1cm, H: 0.6cm.

Object Description

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Bibliography and Bibliographic Notes

[Book] Pollak, Emil & Pollak, Martyl. 2001 A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes.
For reference to T.J. M'Master & Co, see page 274.
[Book] Salaman, Raphael Arthur. 1990 Dictionary of Woodworking Tools c. 1700 -1970 and tools of allied trades.
For a description of Rabbet Planes, see page 347. For a description of Side Rabbet Planes, see page 358.