I got this plane yesterday morning at a flea market. Cost me a whole five bucks.
It's a Stanley #3, type 11. Pretty much all original, except for the lever cap.
As you can see from the 'before' pictures, it was pretty much of a rust bucket, but after disassembly, scrubbing off the cobwebs and grime, and an hour or two in a citric acid solution, it cleaned up pretty nicely.
The back of the blade took a bit of flattening, but after that, a trip across the Tormek and it's 'shavin' sharp!'
The sole was actually dead flat. I coated it with machinists' dye and ran it across my granite plate with 240 grit paper and the dye came off in under ten strokes. On to 320 grit, then 400, and it was done.
I like it! Another addition to the ever-growing collection.