Dating stanley 110 plane
The original type study doesn't mention it, but there are several treatments of the lever cap, where its finish and the background color of the notched rectangle follow what seems to be a 'style du jour'.
I can't date accurately when each of these lever cap treatments occured, but I can list the order in which I believe they were made: The lever cap is machined and finished as before, with the notched rectangle's background japanned.
A turn of this screw will move the frog forward or backward, depending on the direction it is turned.
A series of logo changes are found on these planes.
Lateral adjustment lever now is a two-piece construction, with a circular disk replacing the straight portion at the point where it engages the slot in the iron.
"7-24-88" is also stamped into the lever, with the rest of the dates, as before.
This isn't in the original type study - Some of the lever caps can be found with the outline of the sweetheart logo cast into the backside. #4, #6, etc.) is incised into the underside of the frog and the lever cap.This was a short-lived production, and is practically identical to the "Victor" planes Bailey later produced.Two circular bosses, to receive the screws are located just ahead of this bearing surface, toward the mouth.A rib runs from the mouth to bearing surface, over which the frog rests.