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Type 3      1872-1873                                       For a detailed cut of images click here

All features of TYPE 2 except:

— J. New trademark stamped on irons.
— K. The center of the rounded sides is now further back.
— L. Special frog piece attached to a vertical rib between sides. (Probably designed by Bailey because it is similar to the type he later used on his “Victor” planes in Hartford.) This feature has been observed on sizes #3 thru #8 only. All frog pieces are of the #3 size. Whether or not this was an experimental short run production or regular stock has not been determined. However, enough specimens are known to warrant listing in this study.
— M. Adj. nut is now recessed. (Bailey’s patent dates are stamped inside.)
*Lever caps now have a recessed back.
Fillets eliminated at base of cross rib in front of throat. Rib is now lower.
— N. Change in handle design.

 

**No Lateral Adjuster
**Low front knob
**Bead at base of knob
**Plane Size Not Cast in bed
**”Bailey” Not Cast in bed
**Small depth adjuster nut (1”) Now recessed
   **No casting marks on bed. No plane sizes, etc.
**Right handed depth adjuster nut
**Depth adjuster nut stamped “BAILEY’S PATENT”…
**Circular hole in cutter at the top of the slot.
**Keyhole shaped hole in lever cap
**No logo on the lever cap
**Different style frog See the pictures

 

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Stanley type 3--03

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