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This No. 19 SW I got in that old tool box has a coupla things going on that I don't think I've seen before. Or maybe I have, and it just didn't make an impression on me. Never mind the repaired throat plate, where a guy brazed the post back on. This plane is in such excellent shape that I have already, pretty sure, located another plate that Pete has, and it should be in the mail tomorrow. He just has to measure it and make sure its the correct plate. These 19s are long, at 7", so the plate is long as well. What struck me is the SW logo, which I don't think I've seen before, with the arced portion. Also, the lateral adj. lever is stamped "STANLEY" on the down curve. None of my other adjusters have that. Also, check out the japaning on this puppy. Doesn't get much better than that.

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Walters shows the Stanley on the for washer type lateral. It stops about type 10.
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Here is the logo info, http://www.timetestedtools.net/2016/01/27/stanley-cutter-dates/
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I have a #18 knuckle, SW logo on the cap, with a busted screw boss on the main casting.  But the throat piece is good, and looks similar to yours.  I can take some measurements if you want it.

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Too late Paul...Already have one on the way. But thanks, man. The 18 is shorter anyway, I believe.
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Thanks Don....I really need to explore more. There is alot of info on your site I'm not even aware of. Really appreciate it.
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yeah, the overall length of the #18 is shorter, but not sure about the throat plate (??), it may be the same.
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