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Pic 2 - 4, 4 1/2 Made in England Pic 5 -6 No 4 Made in USA No 4 Made in England No 4 Made in USA Pic 7 & 8 Left to Right 110 Made in England 120 110 Made in USA Pic 9 & 10 Stanley No 5 1/2 C Corrugated USA - 0 All in Good working condition including Bases and Blades.
The information in this Web page is derived from a type study done by Roger Smith, in his book "Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America." Patrick Leach reformatted the type study and added comments based on his experience with Stanley planes.
Stanley was surely not lacking in its appetite for block planes, offering models and variations of models in every size and flavor imaginable. Start by reading Patrick Leach's comments on Stanley plane dating. If you thirst for heaps of data on plane dating, visit the Plane Type Study or the Plane Feature Timeline. This page leads you down a hypertext flowchart to determine your plane type.It includes links to Patrick Leach's original Plane Type Study and the Plane Feature Timeline.Trying to figure out all the models and differences is maddening. Since search phrases most frequently entered by those visiting Virginia Toolworks include which block plane to buy, I thought it might be helpful to provide a list of Stanley’s block plane models organized by functional group and mechanical similarity (rather than numerical model order). 65-1/2 " data-medium-file="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/stanley-65t1-65t2-65-5-bw.jpg? w=300&h=225" data-large-file="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/stanley-65t1-65t2-65-5-bw.jpg? w=630" class="size-medium wp-image-1316" src="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2014/01/stanley-65t1-65t2-65-5-bw.jpg?
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Maybe we could generate a list of other non-plane Handyman products, too? I use it just as often as my better planes which is not often LOL.; -- Ken from Ontario, Canada Don’t go hating on Stanley now just because they learned how to market to a broader audience in the 50’s.