The age of these planes ranges from 50 to 100 years. That’s a guess. Still, pretty amazing. After reassembly, tuning and sharpening I hope they’ll work as new. I didn’t bother to polish or paint the metal parts as I quite like the brushed finish.
Update: I’m not using this plane anymore. I decided I’d rather have wooden handles on all my planes. It did good work on a few projects. I bought this vintage Edward Preston 1392 spoke shave/ chamfer plane.
Update: I since sold the plane as it wasn’t working for purpose I bought it for. I bought this antique-ish french fluting plane. Planing to use it to build my first flute some day.