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Hopefully by answering a few questions about your plane you can determine which type it is.
That lateral adjuster on a Stanley made Handyman series plane.
That lateral adjuster of a Union looks like the early twisted Sargent, but with a washer type guide like the Ohio Tools or Stanley.
These features are avoided where possible, along with features that appear in only some planes of a given type (i.e. Where possible, the flowchart uses parts that were probably replaced less often, such as frogs, depth adjustment screws and lateral adjustment levers.
This approach doesn't guarantee that you'll date your plane correctly, as the flowchart can be thrown off by some hybrids.