While away from home, I visited many antique shops. I found a drawknife, a Millerfalls #5 plane, and a Stanley #78 in excellent condition with the small exception that it was missing all of its parts. They were all bought for $5 each. While at a store I noticed some unusual tools. There was a plane that looked like a Stanley bedrock (it had flat sides), except that the lever cap said V&B, (or maybe it was just VB). I assume that makes it a Victor Bailey. Also their numbers were in the 900's. They were about $125 each (there were two sizes, a 903 and a 905).
The Miller Falls plane had a hideous black painted lever cap. I filed most of it off. Here is the end result (shown on my Groz #4):
(I think it looks very classy.) The Miller Falls also had quite a thick blade. It was very close to 1/8". Unfortunately, it is very chipped and I don't have a grinder.