Making a Wooden Block Plane from Firewood

A while ago I bought this plane blade on a Fleamarket. Now I took some time to make a Block plane body to use it. I used a piece of Beech firewood which has dried for more than 2 years. The blade sits bevel up in the body on a 20-degree slope. For a finish, I applied some home made Linseed oil-Beeswax mixture.
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