Dating stanley 110 plane
My perception of condition is conservative and hopefully you will be pleased with receiving an item that will be better than your expectations.Any item may be returned, in the same condition as it was received, within 7 days of receipt, for a refund. Hopefully that will allow easier navigation and faster page loads for all this vintage tool information.You may also click the image within the description for each type of tool below to go directly to the image gallery for those tools. Planes, Scrapers & Spokeshaves, and other tools have threaded parts have proprietary & obsolete threads and are not available in hardware stores. To assist you in supplying the right parts for specific models and vintage tools, please provide me with pertinent physical details: markings on the tools -patent dates, trademarks, etc.In addition, most items are described with remarks in respect to percent of original finish (including re-paints); pitting; chips; breaks; repairs, owner's marks; missing, replaced and/or non-vintage parts, etc.If you've come to this page looking for hand plane restoration and tuning instructions, or the photo galleries of the tools I've collected, that information has all been moved because this page was growing unreasonably large.The hand plane reconditioning stuff is now on a dedicated Hand Planes page, and the original condition photos have been reorganized and moved to a new Vintage Tool Gallery page, both within the Et cetera section of the site.
Stanley retained Bailey's numbering system for iron bench planes No. 8, adding corrugated bottom availability for sizes No. 8 in 1898 (designated by the letter "C" in catalogs but not in the plane's casting).Please contact me by Email or phone for return authorization. A block plane is a small woodworking hand plane which typically has the blade bedded at a lower angle than other planes, with the bevel up.This page also has fairly complete list of good reading for folks interested in Stanley tools and vintage tools in general available in the Reference Materials section near the bottom of the page.The vintage tool data below is incomplete with regard to exact dates for each tool, but as I continue to research these old tools through various internet and print resources, I'll try to supply accurate information regarding tool "type" or date-of-manufacture. Used for smoothing and surfacing of wood, and edge jointing preparation.