BED ROCK PLANES MADE
for
KEEN KUTTER & WINCHESTER

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Bed Rock (left)                Keen Kutter (right)

During the 1920's, Stanley manufactured earlier style Bed Rock Planes (Type 4) for KEEN KUTTER and WINCHESTER.    In this comparison photo,  the basic differences are 1) shape of lateral adjustment - tabbed No.604-1/2 vs. twisted K4-1/2 and,  2) how the beds are marked- No.604-1/2 vs. K4-1/2.  In addition, trademarks on the blades were marked with the appropriate Stanley Tm and Keen Kutter/Winchester Tms, respectively and the Keen Kutter/Winchester Planes had plain lever caps vs. the Stanley Bed Rock lever caps on the Stanley Bed Rock Planes.  Like the Stanley Bed Rock Planes,  the Keen Kutter equivalents were made in all sizes, No.K2 (602) to K8 (608).  The Winchester equivalents were made in W3 (603) to W7 (607) models.

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Updated: Monday, December 31, 2012