This smooth wood bottom plane is marked in the front wood STANLEY RULE & LEVEL Co. No. 35. One is also marked B.W.R. On both ends. The No.35 is only part visible. The wood bottom measures approx. almost 8 ¾ inches long, 1 ¾ at the bottom and almost 2 ½ inches wide at the front. With the handle it is over 9 ½ inches long. The knife blade is 2 inches wide. It is priced according to condition. It is well used with wear, black paint loss, front and back bottom chips, handle top and blade area chips, rust, small wood cracks and stains. paint and wear in good usable condition. One was taken apart, metal oiled and checked due to rust. I found “Manufactured 1870-1942 This type of plane is often called the transitional plane, as if it was making a transition from the old wood smoothing planes to the newer iron ones but "hybrid" would be a more appropriate word as that is what it is, a hybrid of wood and iron plane.” I have two while the price is for one. Both of them are pictured. One is similar but not marked B.W.R. and the other has a better handle. They can both fit in a single Flat Rate box.