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Scarce Vintage USA Stanley No: 42 Saw Set Pat Date 1916 – Good Condition
Stanley has been creating tools such as the bench plane since , and it can be difficult to date an antique tool if you don’t know where to look, according to the Stanley Company. There are twenty types of Stanley planes dating back to Each type has subtle differences that distinguish it from the other types, such as variations in parts and different marks cast into the metal like the plane size number or patent numbers or dates.
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Explanation of Our Condition Grading System. Click here to see Plane Blade Grinding Guidlines. ST Number 62 Carpenter’s Rule A fully bound boxwood four-fold rule A sweetheart marked example in lovely condition. The brass retains much of the original lacquer and is in crisp condition. This is a much nicer than usual example that would please any discerning user or most collectors.
Fine- Sold. ST Number 71 Router A classic Stanley open mouth router with the piece that comes down to support the work in front of the blade if needed. It only has one blade with it, but it is the one that you would want. The Sweetheart marked iron looks like has the original factory grind and has never been honed. The wood, body, and lever cap all rate fine. The blade and cap iron have that light frosting that a wire wheel leaves, which is why I downgraded it.
While comprehensive type studies exist for the no. Using existing reference material from the previous type studies, I poured over old catalogs, advertisements, the planes themselves, and anything else I could get my hands on. Rather than try to create a formal type study, I decided to focus more on the practical goal of simply establishing criteria for dating the planes within the narrowest possible time frame.
While there are still some gaps and inconsistencies across models some of which appear within the published type studies of the nos. I intend to eventually format the data into a more usable format, but for now I want to put it out for reference and feedback. By cross-referencing the key features below, you should be able to narrow down the age of your plane to within a few years of manufacture.
Reprinted Antique Tool Literature · Stan the Old Hardware Man · Catalogue at Handplane Central. Dating Stanley tools: RexMill.
Below you will find a tool for Stanley plane identification, specifically dating Stanley planes and identifying the type of your Stanley Bailey woodworking bench hand planes. Also, stanley type studies like this are most accurate for No. This tool does not work for the Stanley Bedrock planes or transitional planes. Hi guys and ladies I plead total ignorance since I work with steel in my private time. The plane lived on the coast for an unknown time and was rusty. I started to remove rust and old paint and discovered that there was black paint under some blue paint.
I suspected some fool smoked something and painted it blue because he liked blue. I was about to add this question on my posting that i just put on here. I have the same plane and i too am wanting to know the date as well. Hope we both can get our planes dated. They then incorporated bailey into their naming. Correct Nick, Mr.
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Stanley has been creating tools such as the bench plane since , and it can be difficult to date an antique tool if you don’t know where to look, according to.
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Antique Stanley tools are often sought after for their aesthetic value. Handles were made of beautiful woods such as Brazilian rosewood, chosen for its durability, and the metal surfaces were often highly detailed. This combination means that many of the tools still around today have held up well and can be in demand. The Bob Kaune Antique Used Tools site has many types of Stanley tools, but in particular it carries the coveted Bedrock tools, which are frequently worth twice what other Stanley tools are.
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The listing does not include the No. Click pamphlet cover to view entire publication. Allow time for the page to download, as the image is large, in order to maintain some kind of readable quality. The planes were identical to the original Stanleys, except for the markings on the beds, W.. Bed Rocks that do not fit within the foregoing sequence and evolution of the series add interest to this and future studies.
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Dating block planes can be challenging, more so for Stanley than other manufacturers because Stanley often changed components of their block plane, as new mechanisms appeared. Millers Falls also manufactured a whole series of block planes, but they did not appear until , and were built until the early s. Sargent manufactured planes from to Millers falls plane numbers were stamped into the sides of the plane, whilst Sargent often added the plane number to the markings on the blade. Also, while exceptional type studies exist for Stanley bench planes, similar extensive ones for block planes do not.
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Over the last few years since I started posting information regarding vintage hand planes and tools, I’ve faced up to the fact that I really like these old rusty bits of metal, and can comfortably say I’m a vintage tool collector. What started out as just picking up a few hand planes to help with specific projects has turned in to a search to acquire the complete selection of Stanley tools of a particular model or date range. Sure, I only need one No. With many of these vintage tools available for just a few dollars, collecting them turns out to be fairly inexpensive when compared to buying new, quality hand tools.
Sometimes it can take quite a while to find the item I’m looking for, so to keep track of what I have and what I’m still trying to find I’ve created the listings below of vintage tool data. If you’ve come to this page looking for hand plane restoration and tuning instructions, or the photo galleries of the tools I’ve collected, that information has all been moved because this page was growing unreasonably large.
The hand plane reconditioning stuff is now on a dedicated Hand Planes page, and the original condition photos have been reorganized and moved to a new Vintage Tool Gallery page, both within the Et cetera section of the site. Hopefully that will allow easier navigation and faster page loads for all this vintage tool information.
You may also click the image within the description for each type of tool below to go directly to the image gallery for those tools. This page also has fairly complete list of good reading for folks interested in Stanley tools and vintage tools in general available in the Reference Materials section near the bottom of the page. The vintage tool data below is incomplete with regard to exact dates for each tool, but as I continue to research these old tools through various internet and print resources, I’ll try to supply accurate information regarding tool “type” or date-of-manufacture.