A beautiful example of a 1951 Stanley Educational Department Wall Chart number S7 entitled How to use the Stanley Try Square. This is the English version printed by Stanley Works (GB) Ltd. It measures 48 x 36cm and is in very nice condition for it's age. Very slight wear to the left edge where the wall chart has overhung other charts in the storage folder.
Price includes Royal Mail second class UK delivery.
The Stanley Educational Department was started in the 1920's in the USA to provide learning aids to students, which of course led the students to purchase Stanley tools when they qualified. Their wall charts, each with two pin holes in the top were designed to be hung on workshop walls as an aide memoire for the students. The company had various other student aids ranging from books and later microfilms though to a team of company representatives (experts) whose job it was to work with teachers to help educate their students.
You can find other Stanley Wall Charts in our Workshop, Vintage Wooden Tools collection.