A friend of mine posted on a local internet community site that he was putting three planes outside at the end of his driveway for anyone to take. I was there about 5 minutes after my wife saw the posting.
The third plane was a recent Stanley, and I left it for someone else.
The second plane is a Dunlap sized No. 3, nice japanning hardwood with some nice cracking in the varnish but good wood. No fore/aft adjusting bolt, and lots of surface rust. It's not as nice as an old Stanley, but it should be quite serviceable if fettled. I am offering it here for free, you pay the shipping.
The first plane I saw, I grabbed right up. It looked like a Stanley No. 6, but didn't say Stanley anywhere. I took it home, and cleaned it gently. Turns out it is a Type 6: 1888-1892. The tote is hardwood, must've been replaced at some point, and the blade looks like a later replacement also. But the adjuster knob has the correct patent dates, as does the lateral lever [first introduced in T6.]
I contacted my friend and offered the plane back to him. It was probably his great grandfather's. He was a pattern maker. The plane, I am happy to report will return to its family.
Anyway, the first person to claim the Dunlap No.3 plane, via PM, will get it.