Hopefully, it will look a bit like this someday:
A Stanley #92 Cabinetmaker's Rabbet Plane (a hint ugly, but in good working condition)
A plow plane which seems quite servicable, it was even sharp enough to cut some test grooves:
And a jointer plane:
I don't want to derail my studies with the metal jointer plane I have, but have been curious to compare a wooden bodied plane with mine. This one seems in very good shape despite the paint splatters. The iron is very sharp, though I will give it a honing anyway. Whoever had these tools took very good care of them - almost all the edges were sharp enough to use, or nearly so. The chest itself was interesting as well. Hopefully some day I will go back and photograph it and some of its more interesting contents. I dream of finding my own chest like this someday, as I guess all woodworkers do. Amazing how these things are just given away by those who inherit them and don't know what to do with them or what they are. This one was received for free by someone who didn't want it.