Stanley Bench Planes

Lets Start with the #8

Stanley 8 Restored

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Next Is a #7

Stanley#7 Restored

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A nice Stanley #6

Stanley #6 Restored

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A second Stanley #6 I also restored.

Second Stanley #6

SOLD

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Now on to my Stanley 5 1/2. Made in England.

Stanley 5 1/2 - Made in England

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I have two very nice Stanley #5 1/4

Stanley 5 1/4 after the restore

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And the newer Stanley 5 1/4

Note it came without a blade, and I just happened to have this one.

Newer Stanley #5 1/4

But it works like a charm.

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Next, mulriple Stanley #5’s

2 Stanley #5s and a Stanley A5

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I have a few planes in the #4 size. Here are a few of the Stanleys

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The latest, a Type 7 #4 – S casting

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A couple of Stanley #3 s

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And Finally a Stanley #2. Its not a prime collectors speciman, but it works like a charm.


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4 Responses to Stanley Bench Planes

  1. Ken Woodman says:

    Graet collection Don. But where’s the #1?

  2. Pat Meeuwissen says:

    I was wondering could you perhaps let me in on how you tell which # plane is which? I have several with no #’s like you posted above. Thanks Pat

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