Items available for Education Loans from The Davistown 07-Aug-
Fillister plane 31808SLP3
9 5/8" long photo photo
signed "AUBURN TOOL CO" and "AUBURN, NY"
Auburn Tool Co.'s working dates were 1864 - 1893. They used many other names on their
markings. DATM (Nelson 1999) indicates this might be Empire Tool Co. or Owasco Tool Co.
Gray and Dudly were hardware dealers who marked planes made by Auburn.
Fore plane 102512T23
18" long, 2" wide, 2" high, 5" long and 1 3/8" wide blade
This maker is Bernard and Oskar Liberg of Rosenfors, Sweden, who began making corkscrews,
knives, axes, and plane irons in 1861. For more information go to
bernard-and-oskar-liberg,-rosenfors-sweden-12232249). Courtesy of Liberty Tool Co.
Molding plane 31811T3
10 1/2" long, 2" wide, 1 3/4" high
signed "AYMAR"
This plane is damaged, the front has been sawed off. It has a radius iron design. Aymar may
be the owner's name.
Molding plane 22211T32
9 1/4" wide, 3 3/8" x 2", plane blade 1 1/2" contour
S. Dalpe was a prominent Quebec planemaker in the second half of the 19th century. Part of
the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
Molding plane 31811T4
10" long, 1 7/16" wide, 3" tall
signed "FANNING" with an obscured word underneath it and "N. PACK" owner signature
Molding plane 22211T31
10" wide, 3 1/2" x 2 1/4"
It cuts a 1 7/8" concave radius. Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
Plane 22211T33
9 " wide, 2 1/4" x 2 1/4", plane blade 1 7/8"
signed "MOULSON BROTHERS" "WARRENTED" "CAST STEEL" on the blade and "ATR"
owner's mark three times in a circle on the body.
Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
Plane 31808SLP5
9 1/4" long, 1/4" wide cutting edge photo photo
This plane has two double bead curved cutters.

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