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Screw-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#bottom.jpg
Screw-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#bottom.jpgScrew-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#3168 viewsSome small issues/ crack in fence that I think I can fix.roy griggs
Screw-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#2.jpg
Screw-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#2.jpgScrew-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#2115 views It wasn't cheap but it's in really nice shape. Only 1/4" iron at this time.roy griggs
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Screw-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co_#1.jpgScrew-Arm_Plough-_W_M_Bailey_Co #1101 viewsW. M. Bailey & Co were a Chicago Hardware Co. and as such I doubt they actually made the plane. roy griggs
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bailey_blade.jpgbailey blade22 viewsdwittner
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jan_11_007.JPGmy user planes66 viewsmy set of user planes. Bailey, Capewell, Dunlap, and Unknowns. Sure glad the plane bug has not bit. john krau
Stanley_#4_003.jpg
Stanley_#4_003.jpgRight Side19 viewsOldSneelock
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Stanley_#4_002.jpgTop view18 viewsStanley Made in USA stamped at the top of the blade. No 4 molded into the front of the casting. Bailey molded behind knob. No patent numbers on casting. Stanley stamped into the top of the adjustment lever. No patents stamped in lever.OldSneelock
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Stanley_#4_004.jpgSteel adjuster knob with plastic knurl22 viewsOldSneelock
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Stanley_#4_005.jpgBailey markings18 viewsOldSneelock
Stanley_#4_006.jpg
Stanley_#4_006.jpgNo 4 markings23 viewsHigh knob and ring in the casting around the bottomOldSneelock
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Stanley_#4_008.jpgLeft side22 viewsPicked up at the Lansing MegaMall antique/flea market.OldSneelock
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Auger_Bit_-_Waive_Mfg.JPGW.A. Ives Adjustable - logo64 viewshttp://companydatabase.org/kw/auger%20borings
Mephisto Tool Company traces its origin to 1830 in an area of Meriden, Connecticut then known as "Augerville." There, the W. A. Ives Manufacturing Co. produced wood boring auger bits under the brand name "Mephisto."
http://www.mephistotool.com/aboutUs.html
In 1929 the Bailey family, who had recently sold a saw manufacturing business in Woburn, MA, purchased Ives Manufacturing. To simplify matters, the company was re-named Mephisto Tool Co.
OldSneelock
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