Stanley 69 Beader Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Beading Tools
Plane Type: Hand Beading Tool
Model No: 69
The Stanley no. 69 hand beading tool was advertised as the Stanley
Single Handed Beader.
This beading tool was made from cast iron, with nickel plated finish and with a Beech handle.
The number 69 came with 6 interchangeable cutters, it was also supplied with a blank cutter to allow the user to shape their own cutter design.
The cutters supplied allowed the user to carry out beading, reeding and fluting work.
The early lever cap has the markings 'PAT 2-86'.
Toolnut.co.uk sell replacement beading cutters for the Stanley 69.
1886 - 1911>
(the patent date is 1886 which suggests this tool was probably put into production near that time)
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