Was the lucky recipient of a Bailey #3 with a Sweet Heart
logo on the iron, "keyhole" blade cap, one piece (as opposed
to stamped steel fold over) lateral blade adjuster, with
frog adjustment, "hot airl balloon" front knob, no ring
for it cast into the base, cast iron "wishbone" , frog
adjustment screw and Type 15 & earlier frog, no rib
cast into the front and back of the body, only one
patent date in body behind the frog. Sweet little thing
which will go well with the #4, 2 #5s, #6 and #7
I've already acquired (and actually have used_.
That's the neener/gloat.
While searching for info to date it I found this site
that goes beyond The Flow Chart. Worth checking
out if you're interested in dating a Bailey/Stanley
plane you have. Good pictures sure help.