The Edward Preston plane 1355 is a 4" long x 1⅛" fixed sole adjustable bullnose plane
Manufactured in the early years of the 20th century in Birmingham, England
It can be used left or right handed, and can be laid perfectly flat and used on either of its sides to trim rebates, shoulder lines and tenons.
The plane has curved, domed top securing cap and front nose offering added comfort and control.
The Edward Preston 1355 bull-nose plane is equipped with a blade adjusting mechanism at the rear of the plane, in the form of a knurled nut which is used to control the depth at which the blade will cut
Good length of Preston cutting iron left to use. Good clean condition.
Shows usual wear and tear from use, with very slight damage to corners of the mouth