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    Thanks Jimmy
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    That's too purty to use! Great job
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    TOOooooooooooooo Pretty to use/marr. Sounds like you have some great hand tools. I have a few router planes ( unfortunately none from my grand father who was a cabinet maker who emigrated from Scotland in the late 19th century) that belonged to a Dutch friend. He was forced, along with other tradies, to construct ships for the German Furor during the second world war. The Dutch tradies would sabotage their own beautifully exercuted work to slow down construction: it was a tricky business as if caught they would receive terrible punishment possibly death. They had to slow the invaders at any cost.
    Great piece of kit Brendon: take a big pat on the back & ta for sharing.

    Ranald

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    Wow - that is incredible


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