Stanley Type 19

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Type 19      1948-1961   (More Examples)

All features of TYPE 18 except:
TT. Frog receiver design change provides an arched buttress.
* Rosewood handles re-introduced in 1949 have a thick varnish nearly obscuring the wood grain.
— V V. STANLEY letters on lateral lever are now read vertically.
* Most brass adj. nuts now have the regular parallel knurling.
* Later models of this type, c. 1958-1961, have handles and knobs of hardwood with a dark stain.

**High front knob
** Raised ring cast in bed at toe
**Plane Size Cast in Toe in front of the knob
**”Bailey” Cast in Toe behind the knob
**”Made In USA” Cast behind frog
** May be Rosewood and may be hardwood painted black
**Large depth adjuster nut (1 1/4”)
**Left handed depth adjuster nut
**Kidney shaped hole in lever cap
**Stanley logo on the lever cap
**Smaller sizes have rib at heel, #5 and larger will have a rib at toe and heel
**Y shaped frog base
   **Frog adjustment screw
**Ogee shaped frog
**”STANLEY” written vertically On Lateral Adjuster

**Note “Made In USA” may be further back (behind tote) on longer sizes

  **Check all listed, but telling signs of a type 19 is Y shaped frog receiver.



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