• Birmingham Plane Mfg. Company
  • I have a few more stamps to show but when doing this photo college my computer was starting to go chug-a-di-ty-chug so I quickly instead of opening more photos just quickly repeated these two and saved this photo before things started to crash.
  • I’m still trying to figure out which Cartel sold this brand
  • Brand name of Montgomery Ward & Co.
  • Buhl, Sons & Co.
    Detroit, MI
  • McIntosh - Heather Hardware Co.
    Cleveland, Ohio
  • Brand name fot the
    John Pritzlaff Hardware Co.
    Milwaukee, WI
  • Best brand name for the
    Marshall-Wells Hardware Co.
    Headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota
  • Brand name for the
    Kelly-How Thomson Co.
    Duluth, Minnesota
    This stamp is from a 2-size plane made by the Ohio Tool Co.
  • Kelly-How Thomson Co.
    Duluth, Minnesota
    This stamp is from a 2- size plane made by Stanley
  • Kelly-How Thomson Co.
    Duluth, Minnesota
    This stamp is from a plane made by the Ohio Tool Co.
  • Brand name for the
    Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co.
    Chicago, Ill
  • Brand name for the
    Richards-Conover Hdwe. Co.
    Kansas City, MO. stamped on the sides of the plane bed
  • Brand name for the
    Richards-Conover Hdwe. Co.
    Kansas City, MO.
  • Brand name for the
    Richards-Conover Hdwe. Co.
    Kansas City, MO.
  • Brand Name for the
    Van Camp Hardware & Iron Co.
    Indianapolis, IN
  • Second Quality Brand for the
    Shapleigh Hardware Co.
    St. Louis, MO
  • Best Brand name for the
    E.C. Simmins Hdwe. Co.
    St. Louis, MO
  • I have been searching and have yet to find the company who sold this plane, just in case it breaks and I need to get money back:)
  • Brand name for the
    Sears, Roebuck & Co.
    Chicago, Ill.
    This stamp was made by Millers Falls
  • Sears, Roebuck & Co.
    Chicago, Ill.
    This stamp was made by Sargent
  • Brand name for
    Montgomery Wards
    Plane made by Stanley
    [Defiance type]
  • Cutter mark from a 2-size plan that was made in Germany
  • Kunz from Germany still makes planes today, this mark is from a 2-size plane, this size is no longer made by them.
  • Siegley "SsS" is the mark they used on their thin type cutters
  • Siegley "StS" is the mark they used on their extra thick cutters
  • Stanley's mark on irons 1874 - 1888
  • Stanley's mark on irons 1892 - 1907
  • Stanley's mark on cutters 1907 - 1909
  • Stanley's cutter mark 1910 - 1920
  • Stanley's cutter mark 1922- 1935
  • Stanley's Cutter mark 1936 to the end of their 2-size metal plane production
  • Stanley's Cutter mark 1936 to the end of their 2-size metal plane production
  • Brand name for the
    Belknap Hardware & Mfg. Co.
    Louisville, KY
  • Cutter marks on planes made by the Ohio Tool Co.
    circa: ?
  • Cutter mark on planes made by the Ohio Tool Co.
    circa: ?
  • Cutter mark made on planes made by the
    Millers Falls Company
    Greenfield, Massachusetts
  • Cutter marks on planes made by the
    Union Mfg. Co.
    New Britain, Conn
  • Cutter mark found on planes made by the Birmingham Plane Co (Derby Plane Mfg. Co.)
  • Record is a tool company in England
    Please check out this link to David Lynch's web site, lot's of good information on Record planes
    www.record-planes.com/history/
  • Cutter mark on planes made by the
    Union Mfg. Co.
    New Britain, Conn
  • Cutter mark used by SARGENT
    Circa: 1902-1909
  • Cutter mark used by SARGENT
    Circa: 1910 - 1918
  • Cutter mark used by SARGENT
    Circa: 1942 - 1950
  • The H.C. Marsh Tool Co. made smooth planes similar to Bedrock planes, They made both a M-2 (2-size) and a M-2c (2-size with a corrugated bottom).
    circa: 1920 - or so
  • Cutter from the first ever white bronze (German Silver) number 2 produced by lie Nielsen Toolworks

2 Size Planes - Their Marks

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Various makers and sellers marks, these are all from 2-size smooth planes.

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I placed hyper-notes on some of the stampings, most of the info I show was obtained using Roger K Smith’s books, Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes In America. If you have any additional information to add, please feel free to add it using the [ ADD A NOTE ] system.

Please check out my set “No.2 alike”, perhaps click and watch a slide show, might be fun?
www.flickr.com/photos/-snapshot-/sets/72157629855122477/

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