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Block

Identifier: 1994.493 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Marking gauge, wooden shaft and block of wood, block has hole to fit shaft to enable block to run up and down length, nail hammered into one end, square hole at other end.

Block

Identifier: 1994.494 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Marking gauge, wooden shaft and block of wood, block has hole to fit shaft to enable block to run up and down length, nail hammered into one end, square hole at other end. Stamped in several places...

Plane

Identifier: 1994.499 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Plane, metal and wood rectangle with metal blade going diagonally through and wedge to keep in place, sharp end at bottom edge.

Plane

Identifier: 1994.496 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Moulding plane, wooden, rectangle of wood with a block cutting diagonally through the middle, blade secured by two wedges of wood. 'A STRACHAN' (owner) stamped twice on top edge.

Plane

Identifier: 1994.497 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Moulding plane, wooden, rectangular with step in bottom, hole diagonally through the centre with metal blade and wooden wedge to hold in place, base grooved to match grooves on end of blade, '3/16'...

Plane

Identifier: 1994.498 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Moulding plane, wooden, rectangular with step in bottom, hole with blade diagonally through the centre with wooden wedge to hold in place, base grooved to match grooves on end of blade, 'RIE 1/2' s...

Plane

Identifier: 1994.492 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Router, fine; block of wood with metal blade and wooden wedge, block has curved lip at front with a hole, blade is curved at end and very sharp.

Plane

Identifier: 1994.495 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Moulding plane, wooden, wide, three steps on bottom area, blade coming out on middle step, other two are movable with screws in rectangular castings, wedge shaped hole through middle of block; stam...

Plane

Identifier: 1994.491 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Scraper, possibly. Thin wide steel blade sandwiched between two pieces of shaped mahogany and secured by two large-headed short screws. Shaped to fit the hand. Possibly a cabinet maker's scraper fo...

Blade

Identifier: 1994.511 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

hacksaw blade, long thin piece of steel, one edge flat, the other with teeth, one hole at either end for attaching blade to a saw, ends are curved