I picked up a few more planes since I got the #5 for my birthday.
A friend gave me the the wooden plane on top. I believe it is long enough to be considered a jointer. It is stamped New York Tool on the toe end. He also gave me another # 5. This one is the type 19, second from the right.
Also pictured are three #4’s. From left to right they are:
1. A Miller’s Falls parts plane. The side of the plane was broken, but the guy at the antique store threw it in with the other 2.
2. What I believe to be a Type 6 Stanley #4
3. What I believe to be a Type 20 Stanley Handyman #4
I used the plane dating flowchart on hyperkitten.com to arrive at these conclusions. Any opinions or advice on these planes are most welcome.