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w=300" data-large-file="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/block-plane-collection-3-11.jpg? w=630" class=" wp-image-554 " title="Block Plane Collection" src="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/block-plane-collection-3-11.jpg? 18/19 series of block planes, there doesn’t appear to be much information on the nos. Frustrated at this, I began a quest two or three years ago to identify the major changes in the design and production of Stanley’s premium block planes, with a focus on the no. 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.w=240&h=180" alt="Block Planes from the Author's Collection" width="240" height="180" srcset="https://virginiatoolworks.files.wordpress.com/2012/07/block-plane-collection-3-11.jpg? While there are still some gaps and inconsistencies across models (some of which appear within the published type studies of the nos.has probably gone through many hands and changing fortunes.Some were showered with attention by their former owners, others suffered the worst possible abuse.The best approach is to use the flowchart to date your plane, and then visit the Plane Type Study and Plane Feature Timeline to verify the type. (Does anyone want to take pictures of parts that are hard to describe?Send them to me and I'll add them to the flowchart...) If you find errors or discrepancies, Patrick's Plane Type Study is the final authority.
I've chosen the bed as a starting point because it has many easily identifiable markings, and it probably wasn't replaced that often.
Quickly Identify Your Hand Plane And follow this link for more help. After 1885 when Stanley added the lateral adjuster, All Stanley Bailey and Stanley Bedrock planes had this style adjuster. Bedrock type study The Birmingham Plane Manufacturing Company of Birmingham, CT (1885-1900) Birmingham Plane (B Plane) The lateral adjuster on a Sargent made plane.