Stanley Square No. 10 Review By: I.Ball
Category: Old Squares
Manufacturer: Stanley / Stanley Rule & Level
Tool Type: Square
Model No: 10
The Stanley square number 10 was first produced as a Stanley Rule &
Level square which may or may not have the model number 10 in the early
This model of non adjustable Stanley try square had a thick heavy blade with a stock stuffed with Rosewood.
The stock with the Rosewood insert within the iron shell really gives this square a look of quality and class especially with the detail of the finger/thumb groove depression.
The Stanley 10 square was produced in a small variety of sizes which included: 4", 6", 8", and 10".
The Rosewood stock on the early versions of this square were marked 'Stanley Rule & Level Co, New Britain, Conn USA'.
<1900 - 1934>
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