Joseph Marples Mitre Square
Joseph Marples Mitre Square

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Joseph Marples Mitre Square

Code: 510355

  • 230mm(9") spring steel blade securely fixed with steel rivets
  • Hardwood stock with two brass faces
  • For accurate marking of mitre joints at 45° or 135°

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Made to the same high standard as their try squares, this Joseph Marples mitre square model 19M has a spring steel blade securely fixed to the stock with steel rivets together with brass diamond washers. The hardwood stock has two brass faces fitted to the end for protection. The tool has a 230mm(9") blade for the accurate marking of mitre joints at 45° or 135°.



Model 19M
Size 230mm
Reviews (3)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 2.2 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



19 January 2016


I have owned this for a few years now and despite the other reviews I've found mine to be perfectly accurate and extremely well made. With light use in box making I expect it will last me a lifetime.

Parrhesia Angligena

29 January 2014

Not 45 Degrees

The acute angle on my Joseph Marples mitre square is not a true 45 degrees. I checked it using a Japanese mitre square and a 45/90 triangle. Both give the same result. So much for Marples products!

J Yardley

21 January 2013

Mitre been better

I am sad to say that the stock of the mitre I purchased was not parallel. The result was that the acute angle was a perfect 45 degrees whereas the obtuse angle was about 2 degrees out. If you purchase this item, check it before using it. Better still, use an all metal variety.

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