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$10 each- one is a bailey with stanley blade other is a dunlap. Bailey needs a rear handle if I can't glue this one. I have 3',5' and 7' now 4's need cleaning up before they go back in service. I assume Dunlap is a take off on stanley??
 

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Dunlap planes were a brand carried by Sears. I think at the time they were a brand that was "second" to the Craftsman line.

Sears/Craftsman didn't manufacture the planes, they contracted them out.

From what I can see of the lateral adjuster on the Dunlap it might have been manufactured by Sargent.

Here is a quick guide from Brass City Records which may help you determine the manufacturer of "off brand" planes
 

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Dunlap planes were a brand carried by Sears. I think at the time they were a brand that was "second" to the Craftsman line.

Sears/Craftsman didn't manufacture the planes, they contracted them out.

From what I can see of the lateral adjuster on the Dunlap it might have been manufactured by Sargent.

Here is a quick guide from Brass City Records which may help you determine the manufacturer of "off brand" planes
That is correct, sir.
 

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$10 each- one is a bailey with stanley blade other is a dunlap. Bailey needs a rear handle if I can't glue this one. I have 3',5' and 7' now 4's need cleaning up before they go back in service. I assume Dunlap is a take off on stanley??
I might take the Stanley off of your hands if you can ship it for cheap! Shoot me an email. Thanks!

Pat
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Getting hooked on Planes and don’t know what to buy

Oops I don't know how I ended up here.:eek::blush:
 
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