Happy New Year

Cheers to everyone who took the time to read my posts over the past year, and a special thank you to those who commented on them.

Wishing everyone happiness and prosperity in 2019.

Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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15 Responses to Happy New Year

  1. Thank you Jack and the same to you.
    It’s good how in this modern age we can learn so much from other if we keep a open mind to what is being said.
    2019 is going to be a interesting year

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  2. Joe M says:

    Happy and Healthy New Year to you!….now get going on that book!

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  3. Marcus Rae says:

    happy new year. I love your posts, I am about to retire from a three generation antique dealing family in the channel islands my side of the business was always restoration so I find your site fascinating

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  4. Mihai says:

    Happy New Year!

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  5. inorthwoods says:

    Happy New Year for you and yours

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  6. Big HNY to you Jack – and Hopes for many more!

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  7. Toby Cole says:

    Happy New Year my friend.

    I read and appreciate every post, thank you fine sir.

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  8. Happy New Year to you, Jack. Your erudition and craftsmanship are an inspiration to us all.

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  9. C. E. Buchanan says:

    Thank you for a year of posts. They are a highlight of my email!

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  10. Great image. Thanks for all the great posts.

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  11. WILLIAM BROWN says:

    I enjoy reading your post Happy New Year !!!

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  12. Jeremy says:

    Jack, you bring a great perspective to the woodworking world. equally class and crass, which is just what we need.

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  13. frank pomroy says:

    Hello Jack, Happy New Year to you from NE England.I thoroughly enjoy your blog and your sense of humour.
    Q. Regarding the lopers/drawers on the recent info. on the desk, what prevented the drawers from being totally withdrawn if necessary.

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    • Jack Plane says:

      Lopers normally employ a peg to prevent them being wholly withdrawn, but I’m not sure if those loper drawers have stops. You could address the same query to the author of the post, Christopher Storb. The link is at the bottom of that particular post.

      JP

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