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I have been trying to figure which model this is. It's smaller then a 9 1/4, 91/2, 220. It's like a 16 or 17 but blade adjustment knob looks different.

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Next to Stanley 9 1/2

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isn't it a 60 1/2?
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Not according to this website (http://www.supertool.com/StanleyBG/stan9.htm#num60.5) the demotions would be 6"L x 1 1/2"W and the one I have is 6"L x 1 3/4"w.
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the width on http://www.supertool.com is alway the width of the blade. Is your blade 1 3/4" or the plane itself? 
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Blade is 1 3/8
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So it's says 1 3/8"w it's 1914 onward. For Stanley No. 60. Sorry I didn't know you measure blade and not sole of block plane.

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yea, its not explained anywhere I don't beleive, we all learned just like you did.[biggrin]
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