I acquired this Dunlap 3701 block plane as a continuing study of Sears, Roebuck & Co. “in-house” brand hand planes. This plane was produced by Millers Falls under the Dunlap name, a beautifully restored 7” long plane with 1 ⅝” cutting iron. This is believed to be a Type 2 Dunlap 3701 Block plane cir. 1943-1956. Dunlap planes were a Sears, Roebuck and Co. house brand that replaced their earlier Fulton line. Dunlap planes were manufactured by Sargent, Millers Falls and Stanley. They were sold beginning in the fall of 1937 through fall of 1956. The Dunlap 3701 has a horizontal screw cutter adjustment.
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