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Henry was concurrently the president of the Stanley Works, a maker of hardware, which maintained a separate corporate identity from Stanley Rule & Level Co. Other hand tools were soon added to the Stanley line-Mitre Boxes, Screw Drivers, Wood and Iron Levels, Bit Braces, Hand Drills, Hammers, Try Squares. produced the most complete line of woodworking tools in the world. continued to expand its product line by acquiring other companies making tools they wanted to add and to expand their market volume by acquiring competitive companies. Miller's patent combined plow, filletster and matching plane. In 1854, brothers August and Timothy Stanley and Thomas Conklin (an earlier rule maker in Bristol, CT) formed [the August Stanley & Co.] ...concurrently, they acquired the rule business of Seth Savage, Middletown, CT. may have been producing tools as early as 1875 in Newark, NJ. The turn of the screw: The history of Stanley screwdrivers. In 1857, this company merged with Hall & Knapp as the Stanley Rule and Level Co." (pg. DATM continues on page 749 to state that Henry Stanley was the first president of Stanley Rule & Level Co. Buying out many competing tool and hammer makers, they were themselves purchased by the Stanley Rule & Level Co. The manufacture of "Bailey" Planes by Stanley marked a turning point in the Company's history. Stanley responded by increasing its line to still greater proportions to include many more hand tools that helped craftsmen do better work. took out more patents during this period than any other industrial organization in the country. NEW COMPANIES ANNEXED In the early years of this century the march of progress continued. Wood Company, of Plantsville, Conn., manufacturers of "Hurwood" Screw Drivers was bought. The Stanley Rule & Level Company: Its historic beginning.
This created a demand for specialized tools to perform certain jobs better than they could be done with regular size or style tools. Patent Office would undoubtedly disclose that The Stanley Rule & Level Co. Type 2 - (1880 to 1891) Front knob identical to Type 1 except part of the decorative "maze" design is removed from the center of the knob.Cutter screws are now standard; cutter markings are the same as Type 1. The cutter wheel on side of plane now has a four-hole design in the casting and is nickel plated.The flexible sole adjusts by turing the large front knob.The adjustment linkage in the #113 has a tendency to strip out and the arms holding the sole are thin strips of steel and did not hold up under heavy use.