Probably around last summer/fall I posted some shots of some of Grandfather's tools that my Grandma gave me. I guess more accurately, she said I could have whatever I wanted from the boxes in her garage. At the time I was told that all of his tools were in the garage, and none were in the basement..... That didn't turn out to be accurate. I did some exploring in the basement and came up with some more great finds.
I had previously posted the Stanley No.5 and the Stanley No. 191. However the 191 was missing several pieces. In a dusty box of tool treasures, I found the missing pieces, so now the 191 is complete! I also found a Stanley No.3 Plane. Then I found a Craftsman 306-16 Block Plane. I also found a few pieces of a low angle block plane - probably Stanley No. 60, but I'm not sure just yet.
Pictured in the first 3 pictures is the No.5, No.3, No.191, & Craftsman 306-16. The third and forth pictures are of the block plane. The fifth and sixth pictures are a comparison of the Craftsman 306-16 and the Stanley No.60 1/2 (that my Dad gave me). You can see that the Craftsman is wider and a bit longer. The last 3 pictures are of the complete No.191.
They are all in rough shape and need some love, but the fact that they were my Grandpa's and didn't cost me anything, puts their value way up there for me.