I have a special place in my heart for this plane. It was my first plane, and it has served me very well. The iron is a Stanley Sweetheart, and made in Canada. There are zero cracks, fissures, or the like, anywhere. I got it from a man who had KZ stamped on the iron. I left it there for nostalgia sakes. She’s been through the spa treatment just because of my fondness for her. I’ve flattened the back of the iron, cleaned and lapped the sole and sides, sharpened and polished up everything. I’m moving to very old wooden planes as my preference, so I thought this would make a great introduction to woodworking for a new enthusiast, at a terrific price, especially given the work done to it. It’s no Lie-Nielson but doesn’t require a fourth mortgage to purchase either. I prefer a 35deg angle on my plane irons, and so this is sharpened to that. It’s hair shaving sharp and the pic with the long, thin shavings off an arris was taken before sharpening it. The bevel looks skewed because the first owner sharpened the blade a bit poorly and so I leave it up to the new owner to fettle as required. I wanted to preserve as much of the iron as I could and it works terrifically. Location is accurate, ad taken down when the new happy owner takes it.