Edward Preston Plane 10 Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Smoothing Planes
Manufacturer: Edward Preston
Plane Type: Smoothing
Model No: 10
The Edward Preston plane number 10 is an early 20th century
cast iron wide smoothing plane.
The plane is fitted with a shaped hardwood handle and front knob. The shape of these are slightly different to the Stanley and Record planes.
The plane has a frog, screw cap and blade adjuster mechanism which is unique to this range of Edward Preston planes.
The Preston number 10 plane was built in direct competition with the Stanley number 4 1/2.
"Preston" - found on the top face at the front of the plane.
"No 10" - found on the top face at the rear of the plane between the handle and frog.
"Preston, B'Ham. Eng" - found on the lever cap face.
? - 1933
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