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The question comes up now and then from folks investing in one of their first vintage planes…
What’s the difference between Stanley planes, Bailey Planes, and Stanley Bailey planes?
It’s confusing, because the terms are often used interchangeably.
Worse, depending on the tool and the time, the terms may indeed be quite correctly used interchangeably, whereas with other tools and times they may not. To make short work of figuring this all out, let’s start with Stanley.
The Stanley company itself originated as ‘The Stanley Works’, founded by Frederick Stanley in 1843 in New Britain, Connecticut, and eventually incorporated in 1852.
Leonard Bailey was a designer and plane maker who patented several designs for hand planes in the mid 1800s.
In 1869, Stanley Rule & Level bought seven patent rights to Leonard Bailey’s designs. Bailey only lasted until 1875, Stanley retained those patent rights and eventually the use of the Bailey name.
After the relationship between Stanley Rule & Level and Leonard Bailey fell apart in 1875, they ended up in court over a patent infringement dispute (which Stanley eventually won) over the designs of Stanley employee Joseph Traut.
Bailey went to work for Selden Bailey’s (no relation) Bailey Tool Company and in 1878 moved from Hartford, Connecticut to Woonsocket, Rhode Island to oversee the manufacture of their Defiance and Leonard’s own Victor line of planes.
Both of these lines struggled and Stanley ended up buying both in 18 respectively, but then discontinued them by 1888.
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Leonard Bailey thus retired from plane making but continued his copying press company, (Bailey Manufacturing Company), moving his factory to Wethersfield, Connecticut with a sales office in New York City until his death in 1905.