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Posted on Stanley 32-1/2 rule, how old is it?

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#1 posted 07-17-2014 05:10 PM

I found one in PA, I love it. Someone said I have a strange infatuation with it.
It’s got the 32 1/2 marking, but no company name at all.
The only other marks on this rule are the number “84” etched in the brass caliper and also notched in the slot the caliper rides in.

Any idea how old this one is. I’m thinking it’s a Stanley due to the 32 1/2, but no name is on it.


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