Stanley 102 Level Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Levels
Tool Type: Level
Model No: 102
The Stanley level number 102 is a wooden level made up of a wooden stock
with a single bubble housed within a brass framed window on the top face.
The Stanley 102 level was one of the earliest Stanley tools made.
The 102 level went on to have a very long manufacturing time-frame running from the 1ate 1850's to the 1930's.
The level was advertised in the Stanley wooden plumb and level section of the tool catalogues.
The Stanley 102 level went on to be advertised as a small stock level especially adapted for use by Millwrights and Plumbers, or for any work where a level of greater length and cross section cannot be readily used.
The level had a 2 3/8" x 1 1/4" wooden stock which was available in four different lengths: 10", 12", 14" and 16".
1859 - 1934>
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