This 1930’s Miller Falls no. 9 plane is in Great Condition & measures appx. 9” long by 2 12” wide & 5 1/4” tall.
We believe that the handle on this plane is a permaloid one. From the mid-1930’s there was an increased use of plastics in tool manufacture. One of the earliest used was cellulose acetate, made by the Hercules Powder Company. It is found predominantly in Millers Falls tools. Cellulose acetate was one of the first plastics made from a renewable resource – it is based on cotton or tree pulp.
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