I thought everyone would like to see this…
I just picked up a vintage W. Greenslade toothing plane from Patrick Edwards at Antique Refinishers in San Diego. It’s used when working with veneer to flatten the wood and increase the surface area for maximum glue adhesion. The really cool thing about a toothing plane is that you can use them without regard to grain direction for the most part. You can plane with, across, and tangential to the grain. I wrote up a whole article on this tool at my blog. The link is here. If you just want to take a look at the photos, though, here they are:
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