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Discussion in 'Axe, Tomahawk, & Hatchet Forum' started by Miller '72, Jul 28, 2018.
Copy that, thank you much!
Not Stanley Rule and Level co.
but...Landers, Frary & Clark of the Stanley Insulating Division...New Britain CT.
I have had two Stanley's thermoses. I left one on a rear bumper and it was run over by a heavily loaded one ton. It was not on pavement though so I only lost the cup and part of the cap. Still worked fine but held less so after a time I replaced it with another. Like so much that was made right they are not the same anymore and are produced elsewhere.
A degree of quality, care and pride in the job and the end product.
So what is this guy then? I am still on the hunt for a Stanley spoke shave. This had extra parts...
Stanley No 66
I have not come across one of those, surely the guys that have the experience can fill in the blanks for you about that model.
Rarer and worth picking up if you do any amount of scratch beading.
edit: unfortunately I don't have one, oh well . . .
Haha, I read this same article this morning. The one I came across is only about a 1/2 mile from my shop. And it was only $5. It has the little channel piece with the wing nut. No fences or blades. If you need me to grab it to fill any voids in your life let me know.
Appreciate, thanks for your kind offer.
it accidentally came home with me. Let me know if you want it. I have no use for it. But I couldn't leave it in that bucket. Also saw a Stanley axe (on topic) and a Zenith boys axe (off topic)
A couple socket chisels, Stanley hidden underneath.
The pitting on the backs is a concern because that needs to be lapped out before you can create a true edge.
That makes sense, and is good to point out. Especially for anyone such as myself that is only just starting to differentiate chisels, their intended uses and oh just how many makers new and old there are.
I keep finding more Stanley among my tools..........
Stanley SW Victor No 20 Circular Plane
Wow that thing is neat. I've never seen one like that before. Is it as unique as it seems?
A No 4, type 16 from the 30's (I think!) to clean up & a nice screwdriver.
Great Stanley pieces.
I am curious about your No 45 driver, made in England.
I am going to be aquiring the same screwdriver, No45, made in USA with a red ring not like your yellow.
I thought it pretty cool we have the same but not quite stanley screwdriver