Dating vintage stanley tools

03 Jul

Can someone explain a little about the history and significance of the Sweetheart logo, used on Stanley tools?

I've heard mention of it here before, either in gloats or FMM listings.

The cutter is sharp, nice clean iron, with lots of stock left for feature use.

Examples of deception range from false statements to misleading claims in which relevant information is omitted, leading the receiver to infer false conclusions.Some forms of deception include: Deception detection between relational partners is extremely difficult, unless a partner tells a blatant or obvious lie or contradicts something the other partner knows to be true.While it is difficult to deceive a partner over a long period of time, deception often occurs in day-to-day conversations between relational partners.Although the use of the SW in the heart was formally dropped in favor of the simple notched rectangle in 1934, the older combination logo still came out of the plant on various product lines until the old stock was used up over the next several years. Tom Holloway long story that is) The version I drew from is in John Walter, ANTIQUE AND COLLECTIBLE STANLEY TOOLS: GUIDE TO IDENTITY AND VALUE (2nd ed., 1996, The Tool Merchant, PO Box 227, Marietta, Ohio 45750, ISBN 1-878911-01-5). 62-93 of this 885-page book contains the essay "A Brief History of the Stanley Companies." Walter acknowledges Roger K.Smith, PATENTED AND TRANSITIONAL METALLIC PLANES IN AMERICA, 1827-1927, Vols I and II as an important source on the early period.