Photos Stanley Axes, Hatchets, Tools - Show & Tell

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Not Stanley Rule and Level co.
but...Landers, Frary & Clark of the Stanley Insulating Division...New Britain CT.

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:thumbsup::cool:
 
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Not Stanley Rule and Level co.
but...Landers, Frary & Clark of the Stanley Insulating Division...New Britain CT.

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20190817-211252.jpg


20190817-211259.jpg


20190817-211414.jpg


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20190817-230244.jpg


:thumbsup::cool:
I have had two Stanley's thermoses. I left one on a rear bumper and it was run over by a heavily loaded one ton. It was not on pavement though so I only lost the cup and part of the cap. Still worked fine but held less so after a time I replaced it with another. Like so much that was made right they are not the same anymore and are produced elsewhere.
 
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Stanley No 66
I have not come across one of those, surely the guys that have the experience can fill in the blanks for you about that model.
 
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A No 4, type 16 from the 30's (I think!) to clean up & a nice screwdriver.

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Great Stanley pieces.
I am curious about your No 45 driver, made in England.

I am going to be aquiring the same screwdriver, No45, made in USA with a red ring not like your yellow.

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I thought it pretty cool we have the same but not quite stanley screwdriver:thumbsup:
 
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