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It was pretty much impossible to change the whole type chart for the examples found so it is now considered type 6a and is left out of some type charts. To me this was an important change since it was where the depth adjusting changed from a right hand thread to a left hand thread.
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If you can post some images of your plane, it is likely possible to give you a date period of manufacture. The important details for planes made after would be; the frog with out the blade and lever cap assembly, the knob with the base around it from toe to mouth and the back of the frog from about the front of the tote to the top of the frog. Other areas of interest include any markings on the lateral lever and the logo on the blade.
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Type 6 and earlier have dates inside the brass depth adjuster, on the lateral adjuster, on the chip breaker and often on the blade. Rexmill has the wrong frog seat shown for type 4 planes. The description is correct, but the picture is of the early style seats.
Thanks for the replies all! Like I said, I'm just getting into hand tools, and I dont actually have any planes yet. March 7, at 4: March 8, at Thanks for the information. So far, I really like the plane. May 28, at 9: Did Stanley make non Bailey no3 type 13 ? May 28, at January 30, at 5: April 4, at 9: May 28, at 7: July 9, at July 14, at 6: Sounds like a s model. July 9, at 8: July 14, at 9: I just saw one for sale on eBay.
It is a custom made plane.
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Very cool but not made by Stanley. August 30, at August 31, at 9: October 13, at 3: October 13, at 4: December 13, at December 13, at 1: My mistake, it has Stanley, with no date, stamped on the lateral adjustment lever. December 13, at 2: Sounds more like a Type 7 or earlier model pre Like Like.
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Thank you for for your help Bryant. I am ordering a replacement lever cap. May 8, at 5: May 8, at 6: Prices vary greatly depending on condition. July 7, at 4: I just came across a Stanley would like to Know year and value? July 8, at They were made from to Check eBay for recent sold prices to get a sense of value. January 7, at 9: Is this original or is this a replacement piece Like Like.
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January 8, at 9: Bailey planes made after had lever caps marked Stanely Like Like. February 12, at 2: February 12, at February 13, at 1: Many Thanks Bryant, it good to have its approximate date and I will indeed check ebay. February 26, at 8: Type 13 or 14, to Like Like. February 26, at March 18, at 7: March 19, at 9: March 29, at 3: I have a Stanley No.
March 29, at 4: March 29, at 9: April 8, at April 9, at May 7, at 5: Do people think that Preston has value. Pics of my restored Type 11 3C. As far as I am aware, the Type 11 was the first of the Stanleys to have a lateral adjuster. So, along with a full faced flat frog which enabled better blade support , some of the best machining of the Stanley era, and the distinctive low knob, this is a users plane - earlier vintages are less user-friendly and, therefore, collector planes.
The T11 is distinguished by having three dates behind the frog.
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As a point of interest for those wanting to buy this version of the Stanley bench plane, but not wanting to compete with the multitude vying for a "Type 11", then get the Type It is absolutely identical save for the first high knob - which was, in fact, an upgrade on the low knob. The low knobs look a bit more sexy, but they provide less support. Look at the LN knobs - they chose high knobs when they could have chosen low. Regards from Perth Derek. Type 5 was the first lateral type actually. Indeed they were, young Ryan. All I can think of then is that T11s are liked as they are the last of the low knobs and among the best made.
I just have enough time on my hands to memorize this stuff lol.
I prefer the 11s because of the low knob, patent dates, small adjustment wheel, and the over all fit and finish The bottom line is that they make good solid users and 11's and 12's in good nick are common. Most of my stuff is Type 11 or 12 as a result. The laminated blades do it for me. Shapes of totes vary somewhat over time eg teh forward swept early styles, and the types 11 and 12 fit me better than the earlier stuff. There seems to be a lot of stuff from these vintages floating about relative to other types I see heaps of types , rarely anything younger, eg types 4 and 6.
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