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How to Identify Stanley Hand Plane Age and Type (Type Study Tool)

Toggle navigation Swingley Development. I’ve been meaning to do this for quite some time, and Josh’s question about the I have seen many a reference to Craftsman planes on the porch, as being made by Millers Falls and Sargent, and finally wanted to offer up some data points to allow others to be able to distinguish between each of them.

Romano-British woodworking plane, found in excavations at Goodmanham, East Romano-British village and although found in a 4th century context, may date to may represent a “demonstration piece” produced to show off the craftsman’s​.

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Guide to Collecting Antique Hand Tools

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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Woodworking Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for professional and amateur woodworkers. It only takes a minute to sign up. Both of course needed some TLC, one was pretty orange on the top, bottom sides, and everywhere in between. What I want to know is how to identify different hand planes to know what I have and if they have any special uses.

One has No. The other one just says Craftsman and assumes you know what you got. Some have grooves some don’t, here I assume it has to do with preventing either a ‘suction’ of two large flat surfaces or just a way to help prevent dust and bits getting caught under the plane and affecting it’s use. Now I happen to have a picture of the 2 I bought below, but think of it more as an example. I want to be able to identify the types of planes not just these.

Much like grfrazee discusses in his answer. I’m afraid there isn’t a good comprehensive site for all of these, so you’ll have to do some research on your own for some of the lesser-known makers. There could be a lot of bleed over between these categories but I think we could cover some good ground if we look at the different plane types Although I have never heard this term they can also be called type studies. So that way if you see a plane you can get an idea of its purpose and know whether or not you need it in your collection.

Early Craftsman Tools and Their Makers

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Craftsman Hand Plane Restoration – Part 1. Posted by Bob Rozaieski; Categories Tools; Date January 13, ; Comments 2 comments.

Remember Me? What’s New? Results 1 to 12 of Thread: Plane find today – Craftsman and Stanley Bailey. Join Date Mar Posts Plane find today – Craftsman and Stanley Bailey I left the office at lunch and went poking around and found these beauties and for a great price to boot! Google Sponsor Google Sponsor. Join Date Feb Posts Also google “craftsman logo history” then match yours to the appropriate time period.

Technical Details

Let the games begin, starting with the bread and butter of Stanley, upon which they built an empire, the Bailey patent bench plane in its various configurations. Leonard Bailey designed what has become the standard plane configuration that’s still in use to this day. He was the undisputed champion of the plane slugfest that errupted in the decades after the Civil War.

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Planes For Sale This is a list of metallic planes for sale. Some of them will have a button to click to see a picture. Instead of having to load each image to continue, just scroll down this list and click to see an image. Still in very-crisp original condition. The dark rosewood handle and short knob are near perfect with a few minor tool-box dings.

The plane is very crisp with some patina from age on the bare-metal surfaces. Crisp rosewood handle and tall knob are very nice with a few dings to the finish, and some tiny paint splatters. Good throat. Some minor patina and a few spots of tarnish on the bare-metal surfaces, Fine Some patina and minor roughness on the bare-metal surfaces. Crisp rosewood handle and tall knob are very nice with a few dings.

The rosewood handle and tall knob are very nice with a few tool-box dings.

Block Plane Dating

The plane was advertised as being useful for model and pattern makers. Like the and the , the lever cap was painted red from through final production. The main casting is japanned, with the exterior machined. This plane, as well as the and , has a small, circular depression, in which to place your index finger during use, at the toe. It also has a hole drilled in its handle so that it can be hung on a nail. Stanley actively solicited ideas from tradesman, and others, for tools that they could make.

In addition, many more planes were assembled by craftsmen for their own use than were made by factories Thomas Norris advertised a founding date of ​.

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.

Antique Planes

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.

Whether this ‘friction’ becomes a bother to the craftsman depends upon the species of wood Some of the planes date prior to Stanley’s production of them.

British Broadcasting Corporation Home. Romano-British woodworking plane, found in excavations at Goodmanham, East Yorkshire in The object is unique in that the body of the plane is made of elephant ivory the rest is of iron. The plane was found in an enclosure ditch, part of a Romano-British village and although found in a 4th century context, may date to the earlier Roman period.

It appears to have been collected perhaps from a wealthier site as scrap material, for later re-use. The use of ivory for such an item is unique and this may represent a “demonstration piece” produced to show off the craftsman’s abilities to a wealthy client. The plane may have been imported from the Mediteranean area as a completed object or the ivory brought in separately.

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Plane (tool)

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Shop for-and learn about-Antique Planes. A plane, or hand plane, is a device that holds an iron chisel in a fixed position so wood VINTAGE CRAFTSMAN NO.

This review is about a combination plane I bought on Etsy — and marked as a Stanley in the ad. A quick comparison of the features in the online pictures made me believe it was more likely a Sargent. The plane is in excellent condition, and likely only used once or twice. Different views of the plane are shown in Fig. First look for identifying markers, patent number and dates, etc.

These often tell a lot about what time period the tool is from. The first step is narrowing the manufacturer down. Many companies such as Sears had planes made by a number of manufacturers, so this can be a challenging step, although cloned tools were often very similar to a companies own branded tools. The combination plane in question has two identifying attributes.

Firstly, it does not have a cam rest, so that rules it out as being a Stanley latter models of Sargent combination planes were made by Stanley. Secondly, although the Sargent was a cosmetic copy of the Stanley 45, it had a vastly different method of cutter placement in the adjusting wheel related to Patent , Herbert G Collins, see Fig. The plane is obviously a Sargent model clone, identified as a Craftsman This was verified when, just be chance, I removed the wood from the fence.

Restoring the Bench Plane