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    Stanley No. 7 Type 11.....?

    I was just looking around Yahoo auction and I found this......

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    ..... the seller says it is a No. 7 Type 11

    Looks in decent shape, it is on auction now for about $140 but has a buy now of $180......

    Can't wait long on this one, only a three day action, and usually these larger Western planes go fast.....

    Anything here to make you say "No way".....

    Cheers!
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    Yuo the price
    But I can find them at the flea market pretty easy.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    Pictures don't show a lot.

    Frog and lateral look right for an 11, though.

    Logo on blade (pix only show back of blade) ought to be "Stanley New Britain CONN USA in a triangular format.

    There should be three patent dates cast into the bed, just in front of the tote.

    Type 11 was made from 1910~1918. Generally considered to be among the better ones.

    Pic looks like the plane may have been repainted/re-japanned. Not sure.

    Walter's Guide makes the U.S. price $50~150, condition dependent. I generally see them nearer the low end of that. Of course, in your part of the world...

    Good luck with the auction!
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    Found this one Stu. http://nh.craigslist.org/tls/1530482051.html
    It's npt an 11 but that would be pretty much the going rate around here for one.
    It could be worse You could be on fire.
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    Chuck, thats a #5 and #7's go for a lot more, at least around here.

    I looked for a long time before I bought a #7 Stu because they were always so stinking high priced. I found one that was sort of ugly on Ebay and I still paid $120 or 130 3 or 4 years ago. It's a early one, 1890's I think. Had a replacement handle and a damage tote. I have not prices in a long time but If you need one, I doubt you could get one shipped from here any cheaper?
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