Stanley 65 Gauge Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Marking Gauges
Tool Type: Marking Gauge
Model No: 65
The Stanley 65 marking gauge was a highly successful gauge which was
manufactured by Stanley for close to 100 years.
The Stanley marking gauge number 65 is a wooden gauge with a single marking pin.
The Stanley 65 gauge is made from very hardy boxwood.
The stem of the gauge is marked out as a ruler with the markings going up to 6 inches. Each inch is broken down in to 1/16" increments.
The head has a distinctive shapely brass inlay. As I sit here trying to describe the shape the first thing which springs to mind is a wild moustache.
The wooden head is secured to the stem in the required position with the use of a brass thumb screw.
This type of marking gauge was advertised and referred to as a 'Square Head Marking Gauge'.
There was also a version of this marking gauge without graduation markings, this was the Stanley Marking Gauge No. 265.
"Stanley" - found on the bottom end of the stem.
"New Britain Conn. USA" - found on the bottom end of the stem.
"No. 65" - found on the bottom end of the stem.
1867 - 1958>
Stanley Scribing Gauge No. 65
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