Except for a replaced tote (which has a sheared horn), this older example of this rabbet plane is faithful to one manufacture between 1874 and 1875 (the third type). It has a beaded front knob, long (nearly full length blade) with the arched J logo, Bailey’s name and patent info in the blade adjustment knob and was made before the first lateral. The older types have more robust side walls and were less likely to be damaged than the later ones. This has no cracks or chips, and much of its original japanning. The blade is as long as they get. It will be a nice user plane. Easily Good+.