Davistown Museum Inventory of Tools Stanley Rule & Level Co.

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4716LTC1 Bullnose combination plane DA TT (Pub)
Cast iron, steel, brass, japanned finish, 9 1/2" long, 6 1/4" wide, 5 3/4" tall, signed "STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO. PAT. MAY 18, 1886".
This is Stanley's No. 141 bullnose plane.
31808PC3 Circular plane bio photo DTM MH
Grey cast iron, Japanned, nickel-plated trim, 10 1/2" long, 1 3/4" wide blade, signed "STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO." "PATENTED SEPT.
25, 1877".
This is a Stanley model 113.
31808SLP9 Circular plane bio photo DTM TT
Grey cast iron with Japanned and nickel-plated trim, 10 1/4" long, 1 3/4" wide cutting blade, signed "STANLEY" and "NO 113".
The size dates this plane to after 1936. It has ornate knob decoration.
22211T29 Combination plow and beading plane bio DTM TT
Grey cast iron, tempered alloy steel, steel blades, brass nuts, with a wooden handle, 11" long, 1/8" straight cutter, signed "No 45"
"STANLEY" "RULE & LEVEL CO" "NEW BRITAIN CONN." "USA" and "TRADE45MARK"on fence.
Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
83102T3 Combination plow and beading plane bio DTM MH
Grey cast iron, tempered alloy steel, steel blades, stored in an oak box, 12" long, 5 7/8" wide box, 10 1/4" long plane, signed "Stanley No 45".
This plane was owned by a New Bedford, MA, shipwright and boat builder. It was never used; all the parts are like new with the blades in the
original box. Other box contents: 18 blades and depth stops, adjustable cam, extra fence extension, 2 1/2" long screwdriver for adjusting the
depth stops, torn directions, and a small tool catalog. One of the illustrations on the catalog shows a newly designed frog on a smooth plane
with a 1902 patent date. This dates the catalog to 1902 - 1908. This plane is a survivor from the twilight of New England's maritime era.
22211T26 Compass plane bio DTM TT
Grey cast iron, tempered alloy steel, steel blade, 10" long, 4 1/2" x 2 3/8", signed "No 113" on body, "STANLEY RULE & LEVEL Co." on the
knob, "STANLEY" and "MADE IN U.S.A." on the plane blade with the sweetheart logo (SW in a heart).
Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
22211T25 Fillister rabbet plane bio DTM TT
Drop-forged grey cast iron, steel blade, 10" long, 2 1/4" x 1 1/2", signed "STANLEY" "No. 78" and "MADE IN U.S.A.".
The plane blade is also marked "STANLEY" and "MADE IN U.S.A." Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
22211T35 Jack plane bio DTM TT
Drop-forged malleable iron, wood bottom, brass fittings, steel blade, 15" long, 2 3/4" wide, 1 1/2" high, 2" wide blade, signed "BAILEY" on
the body and "STANLEY" on the plane blade.
This is a Stanley No. 5 jack plane. Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
22211T34 Jack plane bio DTM TT
Drop-forged grey cast iron, wood bottom, brass fittings, steel blade, 15" long, 2 5/8" wide, 1 1/2" high, 2" wide blade, signed "BAILY" on the
body and "STANLEY" "MADE IN USA" on the plane blade.
Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
22211T28 Scraper plane bio DTM TT
Grey cast iron, steel blade, brass nuts, with a wooden tote and handle, 9" long, 3 1/2" wide, signed "No 112" on body.
This is a Stanley No. 112 plane. Part of the Robert Sullivan Collection donation.
31808SLP12 Side rabbet plane bio photo DTM TT
Grey cast iron with nickel-plating, 5 1/4" long, 1/2" wide cutting blade, signed "NO 79" "STANLEY" and "MADE IN USA".
TAL1001 Smooth plane bio LPC MH
Drop-forged steel and wood, 2" long, signed "STANLEY NO. 2".
Loaned to the Museum by Thom McKee.
42904T9 Smooth plane bio DTM MH
Grey cast iron, steel blade, rosewood handles and knobs, brass adjustment knob, 9 1/2" long, 2 1/2" wide, 5" high, signed "BAILEY" "No 4"
"PAT'D" "MAR-25-02" "AUG-19-02".
This is a nice example of a Stanley smooth plane at their peak of production.

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