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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. Stanley 65 type 1 restoration time tested tools. I will be getting photos. I have already repainted it. May be from the war years. No brass at all. The front knob and adjustment wheel are all steel. The sides of the plane lack the handy holds.

It was a real rust bucket when I received it. I will send pictures when I have them. I have one that has the c on the base of the plane and under the lever cap. I believe mine is from the war years. It does not have the handy hokds and it also has no brass on it at all. The front knob and adjuster wheel are both steel. This plane was in very bad shape when I received it. I will be getting pictures soon and will forward them on. Has anyone seen a thinner rear knurled adjustment screw without the Stanley logo stamped on the screw of a no.

I have three no. Appears to be an earlier vintage, possibly just as the thicker screw was introduced in Other unusual characteristic is smaller diameter lever triple dating screw into the body. I have a Stanley 18 sweetheart style 2. What year would that put it? On the chart the S and B foundry mark seem to end in Your plane predateswhen Made in USA was added. If it has Stanley on the toe, it was made after If not, it was made sometime before Impossible to narrow further without more information.

I was just thrown with the S and B markings confusing those as foundry marks. Thanks for a great write up! I have a plane that is identical to my knuckle joint no 18 stanley, with exception of not having the eccentric throat adjustment lever.

It has no marking on the cap, except a B on the underside. The lat adj lever has, crossways, PAT 3 97 on it… not sure about the three. What was their relationship with Rev o noc, and how long did it seem to last? HSB was a department store of sorts, and sold all sorts of things using their Rev-O-Noc brand, including tools, rifles, and shotguns.

Supposedly, HSB hired Conover to contract out their tools. Note Revonoc is Conover spelled backwards. To your question, Stanley and others made at least some of the Rev-O-Noc branded planes, dating stanley hand planes.

Uh…gee…another dating stanley hand planes, if I may? Did Stanley ever use a knob with a ferrule on their block planes? Received a for Christmas: Made in Canada, Stanley and No, in raised letters on the toe, Patent around lever, S foundry mark. Any ideas on the age? Like Liked by 1 person. Stanley 65 type 1 restoration — TimeTestedTools.

I bought a box of old tools today and have a block plane. Hooded with top lever patent Behind the frog is another patent Then on the front I think it is called eccentric adjustment. There is a date stamp of Feb 20, How bout them apples? Different features have different patent dates. Not unusual to see multiple dates on the various parts of planes. Sounds like what you have is a no. On the casting just under the blade and rear of the screw left of center is a C.

Straight across on the right side is what appears to be a 5. Japaned Lever cap and top of base. Brass front knob steel real knob. Seen one on ebay exactly like it with a SW logo on blade. Is it possible it could be a SW and what year s was it produced.

Any other features mentioned that close the range of time down. Reading through the site. Thanks for the reply Bryant. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Stanley 65 type 1 restoration time tested tools Rob says: January 16, at April 15, at 7: I just bought one today exact same discription Like Like.

June 3, at February 14, at July 20, at On the chart the S and B foundry mark seem to end in Like Like. July 21, at July 22, at November 19, at 9: November 19, at Thanks for your response.

December 25, at 1: December 26, at Most likely right aroundgive or take a year or two. December 28, at 1: August 8, at August 9, at 9: February 4, at 7: February 4, at February 4, at 1: February 4, dating stanley hand planes, at 4: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email Address never made public. Post was not sent - check your email addresses!

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Features are broken down by type. Have a Stanley Bailey 5 that appears to by a type 14 with a V cast under the tote. What is it worth to sell and do you have any info on how rare it is or when it was made?

I saw 2 planes today for sell the one a Shelton i bought but the other which looked a number 5 with the most worn out blade i ever saw and it was a S. Types are just a modern reference that mark the progression of feature changes through time. For a more detailed explanation, try this — https: Yes, Patent dates were only included from about to Before and after there were no patent dates on the beds of Stanley planes.

I have an unidentified 5… pat on the lever cap,NO date,stanley usa only…the tote and front knob sit on top of a casting…the front of the frog has a U stamped into it on the left hand side.. Kidney shaped cap hole.. Just a quick comment regarding Stanley wartime bench planes.

It has the prototypical construction details of a Stanley wartime plane, although wartime planes can contain a hodge-podge of parts. Not to many wartime collectors, to my benefit, ha. On the back of the lever cap, bottom middle, between two ribs, the patent number is cast in the configuration shown below:. The lever cap has a kidney-shaped cap hole and the background color in the notched rectangle on front is standard Stanley orange, old but very well preserved. The ogee-shaped frog has no markings, casting, etc.

No frog adjusting screw hole is present in the bottom casting. I can barely spell Stanley. Just wanted to chime in with some additional information regarding Stanley wartime bench planes. Hope this helps with your plane type I. Did Stanley make planes for other companies? Stanley did make planes for a lot of other companies, but not for Richards-Conover as far as I know. I believe Union made the Rich-Con planes, which is more consistent with the twisted top of the lateral lever on yours.

Also looking at a No 6 wartime plane. It has three pat. What can you tell me about this plane? I have a with a patent date of Apr. Yes, you most likely have a Type 3 Bed Rock. Bed Rock planes had rounded sides before about Any info on the plane? What are your thoughts? Again, would love some pics! Hi…I just a bought a 3 plane. The bed and frog is painted maroon I think and the frog has no adjuster. The brass adjuster is solid rather the usual type.

Any idea what this could be? Ideally those made from about to Unless, of course, you want to invest in a new Lie Nielson or Veritas. Due to a shipping error was supposed to receive a Stanley 5 , I received a jointer plane and the only marking is No 7 on the toe versus the heel as mentioned above. It may turn out where I get the 5 mailed out to me and get to keep the No 7.

Would need a lot more information to verify if Stanley or not. Check for dates behind the frog and dates and logo on the lateral adjustment lever. I have an old Bailey marked plane with no Stanley markings. It is marked 5 and there are no patent markings. It has a keyhole shaped lever cap screw hole but has a Craftsman marking.

Is the Craftsman marked lever cap a replacement of the original? Can I assume this is a pre Bailey plane? Yes, the lever cap is a replacement. You can find the proper replacement on eBay or at a variety of online parts sources.

Very heavy, guessing its cast iron. Any idea what this would be worth? Hi I have a bailey no. Is this original or is this a replacement piece. Has anyone got any idea of its worth. Hi again, the blade adjusting nut is black plastic or possibly Bakelite…….. Sounds like it dates from the early to mid s. Value depends greatly on condition. I recommend checking recently sold 7 planes on eBay to get a good sense of what ones like yours are selling for.

Would need more information to say for sure. Try this link to help you out. Try contacting Mark Nickel at https: Hi, I just purchased a bailey no. The lack of a ridge at the toe and heel sounds like it might be earlier. Can you email a couple of photos to vatoolworks gmail. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. APR Type 14 1 patent date behind frog. August 12, at 9: October 26, at October 27, at 8: Thanks for the reply! Could I send you some photos, in itser for you to tell me what you think? Send them to vatoolworks gmail.

April 8, at 2: Thanks Ed Like Like. July 28, at 2: Was the kidney-hole lever cap introduced with Type 13, or introduced with Type 16? July 28, at 7: They kidney hole was introduced with Type September 27, at September 27, at 5: October 4, at 1: October 4, at October 6, at October 6, at 8: Thanks for the reply.. December 21, at Just send you an email. Send me a couple of photos and I should be able to help. December 21, at 7: Hi Leonid and Bryant: On the back of the lever cap, bottom middle, between two ribs, the patent number is cast in the configuration shown below: March 7, at 4: March 8, at Thanks for the information.

So far, I really like the plane.

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Stanley Bench Planes Mini-Site along with features that appear in only some planes of a given read Patrick Leach's comments on Stanley plane dating. Stanley Plane Dating Flowchart How many patent dates are cast using additional information from John Walter’s book “Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools -. Ask users of Stanley hand planes which type is the best to use on the bench and you will likely spark up an interesting discussion .

Campbell Ask users of Stanley hand planes which type is the best to use on the bench and you will likely spark up an interesting discussion . Stanley Bench Planes Mini-Site along with features that appear in only some planes of a given read Patrick Leach's comments on Stanley plane dating.