2nd ANNUAL

2011 CABIN FEVER ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION

March 12, 2011, 9:30 AM

Harvester Lions Club

4835 Central School Rd.

St. Charles (St. Louis) MO 63304

(preview Friday from 2:30 to 6:30 PM, and Sat. 7:30 to 9:30 AM)

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THIS LIST WAS FINISHED 3/10/11. To see all the photos in a gallery view click (HERE. )


001. Stanley #45 combination plow plane, comes with main body, sliding section, long and short rods, cam (missing screw) and original cutter box with match, seven beads, and nine plow blades for a total of 17 different cutters, will make a great user, just needs a fence, two depth stops and slitter, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

002. Stanley #113 compass or circular plane Type 3 with four holes in cutter adjustment wheel, decorative front knob and lever cap screw head, no structural damage or missing parts, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

003. Stanley #24 8-inch prelateral transitional smooth plane with eagle logo and good Q-logo blade, this lot also includes a Sargent? iron block plane with blade adjuster, but missing the blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

004. Three wooden spokeshaves all in usable condition, one has had blade replaced so there is an extra set of holes, another may have had a brass wear plate on the bottom. (Photo & Photo 2)

005. Pair of cast iron spokeshaves: #152 Stanley with blade adjuster screws, complete and very good; plus a BAILEY #? with July 13, 1858 patent date cast into underside of handle, complete and very good. (Photo)

006. Millers Falls #2 spokeshave with reversible bottom for flat or curved work, complete and very good. (Photo)

007. Pair of iron spokeshaves including double shave by A.C. BACHELDER with both flate and concave bottoms, complete and very good; plus a Stanley or Stearns with decorative spring-loaded iron frame, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

008. Millers Falls #1 cigar spokeshave with Feb. 19, 1894 patent date, nice rosewood or coco handles, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. Wiss & Sons Newark, NJ button hole cutter, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

010. Yankee #130A screwdriver by North Brothers, in very good overall condition, plus two little Perfect Handle-type screwdrivers, one marked GERMANY. (Photo)

011. Stanley #921 8-inch ratchet brace, complete and very good, plus a medium sized dowel pointer, complete and very good. (Photo)

012. Fine E.C. Stearns adjustable hollow auger complete with depth stop, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

013. Fine boxed set of 13 IRWIN wood auger bits in original two-tiered wooden box, most bits are fine, a three additional bits tossed in for good measure. (Photo & Photo 2)

014. Stanley VICTOR #744 2-speed breast drill, missing the auxiliary handle but very good overall; plus a fine Millers Falls hand drill with coco storage handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Pair of wooden handled nut wrenches; 6-inch W&B complete and very good overall; plus an 8-inch unknown make, has newer nut holding handle on, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. E.C. Stearns folding saws vise; CONQUEROR #2 saw swedge and a Stanley #42 saw set in original box, with original instruction sheet, box needs a corner or two taped but it is otherwise very good, the saw set is fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

017. Three wooden clamps and three wooden marking gauges, all in usable condition. (Photo)

018. Stanley #3 plumb & level, both vials intact very good overall; plus a try square with 4 1/2 inch blade and a sliding bevel with 10-inch blade, needs a good cleaning. (Photo)

019. Luflin #386 12-inch 4-fold caliper rule, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Stanley #191 rabbet plane, missing the depth stop but otherwise fine overall, plus a fine Stanley #79 box scraper; and three blades for bench planes. (Photo)

021. Lufkin #2062 24-inch 2-fold combination rule and level, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

022. Lot including a pair of trammel points on steel rod, one trammel is missing its point; plus a single Stanley #2 early style trammel; a Norton Abrasives Hard Arkansas Type I sharpening stone 3 1/2 long, 1-in. wide; and 1/2 inch thick, fine overall and a scraper handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

023. Unusually small 39 1/2 inch zig zag rule graduated in inches and meters and marked LONDON and SVENSK TILLV. NM, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

024. CHAMPION #108 post drill, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

025. Pair 24-inch 4-fold boxwood rules: Lufkin #751 (similar to Stanley #61) worn on outside, fine inside; and a later Stanley #61 with numbers that read vertically, fine overall. (Photo)

026. Lot of cobblers tools including two lasting stands; ten lasts; a cobblers hammer, heel shave etc. (Photo)

027. Three small oil cans or oilers and a bottle corking device, all fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

028. W. & L.E. GURLEY surveyors transit, this one must be a former Army model as it comes in an Olive Drab painted box with a label that says it was shipped from the Army Depot at Granite City, ILL, looks to be complete less the leg set and plumb bob that would have originally been with this one. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

029. Unusual 24-inch 4-fold boxwood rule marked COMPLEMENTS OF CHICAGO HYDRAULIC PRESS BRICK CO. Has unusual scales on inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

030. RARE L. BAILEY No. 10 double spoke shave. This is the earliest version of the shave that would evolve into the Stanley #60. This one has a much beefier clamp holding the blades, it retains 70 percent plus japanning, has one marked cutter, and is in fine overall condition. This is the very first we have seen of this particular model. (Photo & Photo 2)

031. Two double ended block planes similar to Stanley #130; one is a Union #137 with proper blade in very good overall condition; the other is a Sargent #227 that has 90%+ japanning, original blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

032. Craftsman (Millers Falls) #37039 rabbet plane, similar to Stanley #78. This one is new old stock in original box. Complete with fence depth stop etc. Plane is fine, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

033. Stanley #220 7-inch iron block plane, new in original box, plane is fine+ and box is very good having had the corners taped with Scotch tape. (Photo & Photo 2)

034. Scarce Stanley #239 1/8-in. with PAT APL FOR nicker, fine V-logo blade, 95%+ japanning, fine overall; plus a Stanley #78 with V-logo blade, no fence or depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

035. Three complete iron block planes; plus a broken #65 with a BAILEY blade that can still be used as a bullnose; and a #192 Stanley that has had the nose broken off, it too can be used as a bullnose but first it will need a blade and a cap. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Five wooden planes: a handled jack rabbet with a faint Mass makers mark, both spurs MIA, handle spur reshaped, good overall; A. HOWLAND tongue cutter, good overall; Unknown make 1-inch rabbet, good overall; Stanley #27 transitional jack plane, needs lever cap, good overall; and a SCIOTO WORKS 15-inch jack with broken handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

037. Scandinavian two handled flooring plane, Sandusky blade, very good overall. (Photo)

038. Three wooden planes: 1 1/4-inch A. HOWLAND twin-iron nosing plane, complete and very good; A. HOWLAND 7/8-inch rabbet plane, very good; and an Ohio Tool 1-inch rabbet, can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Three clapboard siding gauges; one of the Stanley gauges is broken, the other two are good. (Photo)

040. Two transitional planes: B PLANE jack plane patented OCT 13, '89, good overall; and a Sargent jumbo smoother (same size as Stanley #36, tote spur broken and tote glued in middle; improper OHIO TOOL tapered blade, good overall. (Photo)

041. Stanley #40 scrub plane with nice rosewood tote and knob, good BB-logo blade, very good overall; plus a #78 rabbet plane with SW-logo blade, no fence or depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)

042. Stanley #3C Type 11 smooth plane, rosewood tote broken in middle, knob has a few cracks at base, very good overall. (Photo)

043. Pair of Sargent block planes: #217 7-inch with original blade, fine overall; plus a #5206 with parkerized finish, fine overall. (Photo)

044. Fine 9-inch Stanley try square with partial decal on rosewood handle; Stanley #25TB 8-inch sliding bevel, fine; and a Stanley #61 marking gage with fine point, fine overall. (Photo)

045. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type ? main body has floral casting, nickel plating 90%+, fine rosewood handle and wear strip on fence; original cutter box containing 6 beads; 9 plows; one match and one sash; with the one plow in the plane that makes 18 blades total, early style cam is fine, has front and rear depth stop on right side, missing just the short rods; slitter; and beading stop, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

046. Stanley try square with 7 1/2-inch blade; sliding bevel with 8-inch blade, fine; and a #65 SW marking gage that is fine. (Photo)

047. Three iron block planes: Zenith (Sargent) 6-inch with adjustable throat, complete and very good; a Stanley DEFIANCE, light rust on side, very good overall; and a Stanley #220 that is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

048. Stanley fibre board beveling plane with two attachments, fine overall; plus a Stanley #148 match plane that is missing the plow blade and one side has rust and pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Three iron block planes: Stanley #S18 with unbreakable body, SW logo and nice nickel plating on cap, fine overall; Stanley #220 with early style cap; complete and very good overall; and an early Stanley #110 that is missing the front know, good overall. (Photo)

050. Peck Patent auger handle made by P.S.&W. March 20, 1888, fine overall condition; plus two extra long bits, both very good. (Photo)

051. Yankee #1530A reversible multi-speed hand drill with partial decal on frame, very good overall. (Photo)

052. Unusual Millers Falls #353 hand drill with Jacobs-style chuck, fine overall. (Photo)

053. Three hand drills: MOHAWK SHELBURNE by Millers Falls, complete and very good; Millers Falls #1, complete and very good; and a Millers Falls #5, complete and very good. (Photo)

054. Three drills: Millers Falls #2A hand drill, complete and fine; one marked Handyman #1220, complete and very good; the other marked only MADE IN USA, complete and very good. (Photo)

055. Scarce Stanley #610 hand drill with pistol grip, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Like new Goodell Pratt angle boring attachment similar to Millers Falls, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. Pedersen Patent bit brace made by the American Bit-Brace Co. on a patent issued Oct. 30, 1888. This one is missing the jaws, but the rest is very good; plus a John S. Fray & Co. 2-speed No. 2 breast drill, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Fine Goodell Brothers archimedean drill, with magazine handle full of bits. (Photo)

059. A.H. REID 1882 patent archimedean screwdriver, very good plating, very good overall; plus a Yankee #55 reversible archimedean screwdriver, the selector switch is MIA, but the rest is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Pair of corner chisels: 7/8-inch P.S.&W. complete and fine; plus a 1-inch CROWN that is also very good, both can be put back into service right away. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Large butter churn top with crank and gear, just need a jar that it can be attached to; plus an adjustable bottle corker, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. Complete set of Irwin wood auger bits in original wooden box with booklet How to Select Use and Care for Wood Bits, a fine set. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. Yankee #40 push drill with full set of bits IOB with YANKEE decal, fine tool and a good box; plus a Millers Falls #29 Yankee screwdriver in a Greenlee box for a #457. Inside is an adapter chuck so that push drill bits can be used in this one. There are several bit, some likely Greenlee and the others Millers Falls. (Photo & Photo 2)

064. Union Hardware Co. clamp on ice skates with a Chicago Skate Co. key, some minor pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

065. Primitive pair of wooden skates with steel blades, some of the leather straps remain, but most are gone, a neat old pair for decorating or historical reenactments. (Photo)

066. Pair S.H. Co. (Simmons Hardware) Klipper Klub No. 1 clamp on ice skates, these have surface rust, but will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

067. Three micrometers: the largest one by Goodell Pratt has some light surface rust; the polished one is a Tubular Micrometer Co. St. James, Minn., it is very good; and the smallest (0 to 1) with satin finish has no makers mark, it is fine; also included is a square by JORDAN TRADING CO. NEW-YORK, NY GERMANY. (Photo)

068. Box of parts for machinist combination sets. (Photo)

069. Three machinist squares, the one on the bottom is an L.S.S. Co. (Photo)

070. Cast iron MADE IN U.S.A. muffin pan similar to Griswold No. 10, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

071. Early copper pot with hand forged steel hardware for hanging in a fireplace, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Griswold No. 10 cast iron muffin pan, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. Charles Hodgetts patented melon mold patented Sept. 19, 1871, complete and fine. (Photo)

074. Arcade Mfg. Chicago, ILL ARCADE nut cracker, mounts to a table to bench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Two double bladed mincing knives including a Keen Kutter with removable blades, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Two-piece cast iron lemon or orange juicer, complete and very good; plus a cheese thief or core sampler with wooden handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Two mincers: one 2-bladed model with wooden handle, complete and very good; the other 4-bladed with cast iron handle by N.R.S. & CO. GROTON, NY PAT. MAY 2, '93 No. 40, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Two rosewood handled squares; a rosewood handled bevel; tool handle; and a DIXON GERMANY saw. (Photo)

079. Copper funnel with stop and trigger, strainer in bottom, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. OUR SPECIAL XXX HEAVIEST SIFTER MADE, flour sifter, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. ROLLMAN MFG. CO. Mt. Joy, Penn. seeder, mounts to a table or counter top, one screw replaced, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

082. Two bevels one with faint Philadelphia makers mark; two Stanley try squares and a BUELL BROS tool handle. (Photo)

083. Stanley #45 combination plow plane with all three main sections; the body has the floral casting; original box of blades: five beads, seven plows, one match, and one nosing; cutter box has two spare spurs stapled to the side, a very good plane, this one will make a very good user. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. Two rosewood handled bevels; SW logo Stanley try square; and fine wooden bodied scraper. (Photo)

085. Stanley #220 block plane, complete and fine; unknown make 5-inch iron block plane with squirrel tail handle, very good; plus two Stanley block planes bodies. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Set of six MAST U.S.A. harness or bridle buckles each depicting a horses head, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. Two iron block planes: Stanley #9 1/4, very good overall; and a #220, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Keuffel & Esser Co. 100-ft. IRONCLAD surveyors tape in a 2-piece wooden box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

089. Large 5-point gig or fish spear, looks to have been hand forged, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

090. Unknown make coffee grinder like those that were used by the cookie who rode with the chuck wagons, this one has a number 3 on the crank, and a 0 on the hopper, the burr is worn, but still usable, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Stanley fore or jointer plane that has been sawed off to the size of jumbo jack plane, good Q-logo blade, early tote is missing the spur, good overall; plus a lot of 5 wooden moulding planes including an Auburn Tool Co. 1-inch nosing plane; D.R. BARTON 1/2-inch hollow; Auburn Tool #12 round; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

092. Unhandled wooden plow No. 117, the brass top is missing from the depth adjuster screw, there is serious chipping of the threads on the front arm on the extreme inside 1 1/2 inches, otherwise good overall; also included are a spare fence with distinctive nuts and some chipping to otherwise usable arms; and a homemade woman's tooth router. (Photo & Photo 2)

093. Unusual mahogany panel gauge, complete and very good; plus two marking gauges including a fine Stanley #61 SW and a DISSTON #77, very good. (Photo)

094. Calf weaner with leather strap and backing, and an old cow bell. (Photo & Photo 2)

095. Nice panel gauge plus three marking gauges including a fine Stanley #61. (Photo)

096. Lot of three grass clippers including one marked FIELD'S TWENTIETH CENTURY, all very good. (Photo)

097. Little school bell with crude replacement handle, nice sounding ring. (Photo)

098. Like new GUY'S DROPPER carbide lamp made by the SHANKLIN MFG. CO. SPRINGFIELD, ILL, best we've seen or sold. (Photo & Photo 2)

099. Unknown purpose copper dipper, with a triangular plate riveted to the front with unusual lettering, very interesting. (Photo & Photo 2)

100. Ford lug wrench; Baird Patent (U.S. #1,527,772) fireman's spanner or wrench; and two like new Kraeuter Patent (U.S. #953,171) bearing scrapers. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. WAGNER Feb. 22, 1910 patent salesman's sample waffle iron, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

102. McDAniel Patent (U.S. #1,151,110) ST LOUIS HOME NUT CRACKER, complete and very good; plus a two bladed food mincer or chopper; and a WAGNER WARE #1050 mini cast iron ashtray in shape of a skillet, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Large Yankee Pump (air?) by APEX ELECTRIC MFG. CO. CHICAGO; smaller chrome or nickel plated air pump similar to those used on bicycles; and a C.A. SHALAR Patent (U.S. #) Vulcanizer Ford Tube-Kit, Waupun, Wis. Used to repair or patch automotive inner tubes. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. Lot: two pairs of oarlocks; a cast iron boot scraper that can be attached to a board; two small pulleys; and a wooden handle for a sad iron. (Photo)

105. W. CHASE #2 cobbler's hammer, has big corner chip in claw; and a nice solid brass mallet or hammer. (Photo)

106. Nobels Mfg. Co. drawknife with adjustable handles; rosewood handled try square with 12-inch blade; and a rosewood marking and mortise gauge, similar to if not an actual unmarked Stanley #77. (Photo)

107. Wm. Johnson adjustable washer cutter; Stillman's Patent saw set; two gimlets, one with rosewood handle; and an auxiliary saw handle. (Photo)

108. Unusual panel gauge with steel plate on top of sliding head; nice 2-beam marking gage; and a rosewood and brass gage that needs some repair. (Photo)

109. Lot: Barn pulley; hand stitcher; long iron shelf bracket; and two pair of ice tongs; one from Certified Ice Co. Phone RIV 1900. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Two wooden bowels, one is a second having a knot on the outside, the other is suitable for cooling rice in, just right for the budding sushi chef. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Brass spittoon with short body and wide rim, only visible mark is a #3 stamped into the base, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Lot: Stanley #25 8-inch bevel; Stanley? rosewood handled try square with 7 1/2-inch blade; Stanley try & miter square with 7-inch blade; and unknown make try square with 3-inch blade. (Photo)

113. Craftsman (Millers Falls?) Yankee-style screwdriver with one blade; two German push drills; a brass air pump and an Archimedies drill. (Photo)

114. Lot: Rosewood handled sliding bevel with 10-inch blade; Stanley #93 butt and rabbet gauge; unknown rosewood handled try square with 7 1/2-inch blade; and a try and miter square with 6-inch blade. (Photo)

115. Lot: Millers Falls? rosewood handled push drill with storage for 8 bits inside handle, only 3 of the original bits remains; Yankee #135 ratchet screwdriver with intact spring, very good; plus two German push drills. (Photo)

116. Machinst tools: Standard Tool Co. square with 9-inch blade, the level vial inside the handle is broken, and the scribe is MIA; Goodell Pratt feeler gauges; L.S. Starrett wire gauge; General Hardware 6-inch scale with decimal equivalents on one side and machine screw and tap drill reference on other side.

117. Wooden tote 14 X 9 inches, very good overall, and a wooden mallet. (Photo & Photo 2)

118. Two sets of number stamps, one by Millers Falls, both complete. (Photo & Photo 2)

119. JOS. POSCH MFG., ST. PAUL, MINN. brass barrel pump with tap or spigot. (Photo & Photo 2)

120. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Co. wick trimming scissors, marked H.S.B. & Co on one side, and GERMANY on the other, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

121. THE COMET brass SPRAYER & AUTO WASHER made by the H.B. RUSLER MFG. CO. JOHNSTOWN, OHIO. (Photo & Photo 2)

122. General No. 790 12-oz. steel plumb bob with brass top, very good overall plus a VANBRUNT implement wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Cast iron trivet COLEBROOKDALE IRON Co. POTTSTOWN. PA., complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Lufkin 24-inch brass folding rule or scale, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

125. Book: Science of Successful Threshing by Dingee-McGregor Copyrighted by R.T. Robinson 1899 and 1911 published by J.I. CASE Threshing Machine Co. Racine, Wisconsin. Semi hard back cover is creased, otherwise just minor wear to the covers, and some discoloration to inside first few pages. This one comes inside a wooden box with sliding lid, has the MAYHEW SUPERIOR TOOLS EST. 1856 logo on sliding top. (Photo & Photo 2)

126. Lot of rules: Lufkin #1176 metal zig zag, very good; Lufkin #372 caliper rule, very good; March 13, 1928 four-fold rule; and two junkers for parts. (Photo & Photo 2)

127. Large lot of Milford 18T 12-inch hack saw blades all inside a nice tin box marked THE STAR HACK SAW 12-INCH CLEMSON BROS., INC. MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. very good overall; plus a box of four Arcade File Works, Anderson, Indiana extra slim tapered 4-inch files in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

128. Bench mounting saw vise, some rust; plus a check canceler from Arnold Inc. Pat. No. 1,201,235, FLINT, MICH, very good; and a lead bar marked 30-70 BELL SYSTEM, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

129. Pair of rug whips or carpet beaters; one is wicker and the other is wire with a wooden handle, both are very good. (Photo)

130. Unusual homemade? flooring or veneering saw, very good overall. (Photo)

131. Wooden kraut or slaw cutter, complete and fine. (Photo)

132. Nice wire rug whip or beater with wooden handle. (Photo)

133. Fine wedge-locking mahogany panel gage with distinctive head. (Photo)

134. Very nice long handled adz, shows very little evidence of previous use. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. Nice wicker rug whip or rug beater, very good overall. (Photo)

136. Unusual child's or salesman's sample-size buck saw, very good overall. (Photo)

137. Wooden turning saw, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

138. Martin milk or cream can dasher or agitator. (Photo & Photo 2)

139. Unknown 30-inch plumb and level, both vials intact, very good overall; and a Disston Morss 30 1/2-inch plumb & level, both vials intact, one hang hole in stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

140. ACME LEVEL CO. 28-inch plumb & level, one vial housing graduated for use as an inclinometer, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

141. Pair 28-inch plumb & levels: Chapin Union Factory, dirty, both vials intact, hang hole on one end, will clean to very good overall; and a Keen Kutter (Disston) KK3, both vials intact, hang hole on one end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

142. Lufkin 300-foot surveyors tape in wooden box, some spots of light surface rust, will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

143. Three 26-inch levels: #30 Stanley double plumb & level, has hang hole and original finish has been stripped, good overall; Stanley SW #0, both vials intact, very good overall; and Stratton Brothers #1 brass-bound mahogany stock, missing top brass plate for plumb vial, otherwise good. All could stand to be refinished. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

144. Six wooden molding planes: Ohio Tool? 3/4-inch twin iron nosing plane; Ohio Tool 1 3/8-in. single iron nosing plane; Auburn Tool 5/16 center bead; Auburn Tool 3/16 side bead; Auburn Tool 5/16 side bead; and Ohio Tool 2-in. skewed rabbet with boxwood boxing, missing nicker. (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Three levels: Keen Kutter (Disston) 26-inch KK0, has hang hole in one end, otherwise very good; HELB 24-inch inclinometer level from Railroad, Penn., missing most of the original paper dial and the needle; intact compass and brass, a good one to restore; and a 26-inch Stanley, both vials intact, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

146. Six wooden moulding planes: D.R. BARTON 7/8-in. dado, missing nicker and nicker wedge; Ohio Tool 1-in. skewed rabbet; Auburn Tool 3/4-in. skewed rabbet; Auburn Tool 3/4-in. skewed rabbet; Ohio Tool #68 complex profile; Ohio Tool 61 1/4 complex profile. (Photo & Photo 2)

147. D.R. Barton 2-inch heavy duty timber framing slick or chisel, just needs a handle and new edge, very good overall. (Photo)

148. Pair of large bevel-edge socket firmer chisels: 2-inch L&IJ White, very good; and D.R. BARTON 1 3/4-inch, very good. (Photo)

149. Wilson Patent saw filing fixture, patented Nov. 14, 1893 & Jan. 12, 1897 and made by the Glove Mfg. Co., Painesville, Ohio, very good overall; and a J.C. McCarty Patent GEM folding miter box, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Hill Patent (U.S. #1,506,752) separator for milk bottles marked CREAM TOP and having two patent dates on the handle SEPT 2nd, 1924; and MAR 3rd, 1925, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. Stearns adjustable hollow auger, complete with depth stop, fine overall, plus a cast iron leather shave. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. Stanley #75 bullnose block plane, new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. Graduated set of six Ohio Tool Co. plow plane irons or blades, all have been hammered and mushroomed on the tops, but all can be put back into service. (Photo)

154. Stanley #36G double plumb & level with eclipse vial covers, & having a shaft grove, fine overall; plus a Stanley #37, 6-inch double plumb & level, one vial broken, good overall. (Photo)

155. Ohio Tool Co. #97 handled screw-arm plow plane with a few thread chips and one blade, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

156. Union #2C 7-inch smooth plane, very good tote and knob, proper blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

157. Stanley #271 mini router plane MADE IN ENG, complete in original box with original router pamphlet, router and box are like new. (Photo)

158. RARE Stanley Victor #1103 smooth plane, 1953-only model, in near new condition, the March 1997 MWTCA Gristmill has a good story about this series of Victor planes. (Photo & Photo 2)

159. Wooden box with 8 auger bits, 6 are Irwin, the smallest is by I.O.A. from BROWNCAMP DES MOINES, IOWA, all bits and box are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Wrench Lot: Baker Mfg. Pat. #2,836,004 tool for removing fish hooks; unmarked end cutters; two hog ringing tools; DIAMOND K36 pliers; and INDESTRO MFG. pliers. All are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

161. Anderson Patent (U.S. #1,120,882) Rotator for piles of (cream separator) plates. This drill like tool is complete with attachment that would be secure a stack of plates from a cream separator while the plates were rotated in a cleaning solution. A scarce farm tool that is even rarer with the original attachment. (Photo & Photo 2)

162. Scarce D.M. LYON & CLEARMAN 27 3/4-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock and brass plumb covers with decorative knurling around the edges, all vials intact, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

163. Three nickel plated adjustable can and/or jar openers and a nut cracker, one from Bowling Green, Mo. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. Scarce A.E. Young 29 1/2-inch plumb & level, nice mahogany stock, both vials intact, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

165. Winchester #2047 drift key, Keen Kutter offset chisel, and Diamond Edge DEX 1/2 cold chisel. (Photo)

166. Keystone Mfg. store display case for drill bits, nice oak case, can be removed from stand and allowed to sit flat on counter top, needs glass in top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

167. REDDING MODEL #1 powder and bullet scale, fine condition in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. Lot of watch or clockmaker's tools: C&E Marshall Co. vise in original wooden box; C&E Marshall Co. staking set missing the base, inside wooden box with hinged top; Vise made in Switzerland in original box; and a duplex roller remover by George F. Putnam, Goodrich, Michigan in original pasteboard box. (Photo & Photo 2)

169. Antique Ohaus scale, very good overall (Photo & Photo 2)

170. HANDY ANDY CARPENTER'S TOOL CHEST full of childs carpenter tools, a complete set in the original box with 98%+ original label, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

171. Triner Airmail Accuracy Scale Property of U.S.P.O. Dept. 140, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

172. Stanley #34 transitional joiner plane, this 28-inch monster is the longest plane that Stanley ever made. It is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

173. Pair of oak countertop display cases, inside measurements 17 3/4 x 4 3/4 x 1 7/8, both have tempered glass tops and red felt interiors, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

174. Vintage Ohaus balance scale with intact original milk glass pans, in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

175. Nice shallow 4-foot oak countertop display case with maroon felt, tempered glass front and top, very good overall. Measures 4-foot x 1-foot x 2 1/2-inches. (Photo)

176. Stanley #148 7/8-inch match plane with T logo on cap screw, groove cutter nicely made from cut down larger blade; will clean to very good overall condition; plus a Stanley #48 T&G plane, fine rosewood knob, 90%+ nickel, missing both blades, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

177. Stanley #35 prelateral smooth plane with solid lever cap, solid brass adjuster nut, L. BAILEY'S DEC. 24, patent date on cap iron; very good overall; plus Fulton Tool Co. 8-inch transitional smooth plane, lateral lever MIA, will clean to good or better usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

178. RARE Stanley BEDROCK 605 1/4 junior jack plane, complete and proper with 80%+ japanning, fine rosewood tote and tall knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

179. Union #515 Trask Patent smooth plane, with Stanley VICTORY blade, very good overall. (Photo)

180. Lot of wrenches including an unusual 11H17A combination hub cap wrench and spanner that has a lug for drain plugs; and a 1-inch open end, very good overall; plus a Ford adjustable 9-inch auto wrench; a 5 1/2-inch alligator; and a 9 1/4-inch T handled pin. (Photo & Photo 2)

181. Fine rosewood and brass Ultimatum-type marking and mortise gauge/gage, nice points, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

182. Keen Kutter try and miter square with 8-inch blade, some minor pitting on blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

183. UTICA TOOLS oak display case that would have been in an old hardware store filled with the various pliers and wrenches made by this company. The case is intact with glass and original tags on door. (See lots #233 to #239 to see the kind of tools that would have been displayed in this case) (Photo & Photo 2)

184. HUEY & PHILP HARDWARE CO. 65th Anniversary Edition (1937) Hardware Catalog, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

185. Extra thick (6 inches) WITTE WHOLESALE HARDWARE (St. Louis, Mo) Hardware Catalog Circa 1960s. Wear to outside edges of pages, good overall. (Photo)

186. The Mau-Sherwood Supply Co. Catalogue C Cleveland, Ohio, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

187. WAITE HARDWARE COMPANY INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES AND HARDWARE CATALOGUE C, WORCESTER (circa 1930) complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

188. WYETH HARDWARE catalog EDITION No. 207 (Circa 1930s) some wear to the hard covers and spine, very good overall on the inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

189. McPherson's Ltd. (Melbourne, Sydney & Adelaide) Australian Catalogue FOR ENGINEERS, FOUNDERS MANUFACTURERS, considerable wear to soft covers, and corners of first several pages, otherwise good. (Photo & Photo 2)

190. CALIFORNIA HARDWARE CO. CATALOG 12-B (1942) hard bound hardware catalog. The spine has been taped with packing tape and inside there is noticeable separation of the cover from the spine, otherwise just the typical soiling outside, and good inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

191. The Art of Blacksmithing hardbound book by Alex W. Bealer, revised edition, fine overall. (Photo)

192. Black Powder Gun Digest New 2nd Edition Edited by Jack Lewis, very good overall; plus a Black Powder Handbook by Lyman, very good overall.

193. The Weekend Refinisher softcover book by Bruce Johnson, fine overall; plus The Weekend Woodworker - 101 EASY-TO-BUILD PROJECTS hardcover book by John A. Nelson, this one is also fine.

194. OLD TOOLS (and) LOCKS, KEYS, AND CLOSURES With Prices book by Jack P. Wood, complete and fine; plus an early Antique Tool Collector's Guide To Value book by Ron Barlow, complete and very good.

195. THE ART OF FINE TOOLS hardbound book by Sandor Nagyszalanczy, complete with dust jacket, like new. (Photo)

196. Homeowner's How-to Treasury hardbound book A Popular Science Book, complete and very good; plus Successful Roofing & Siding hardbound book by Robert C. Reschke, complete and very good. (Photo)

197. Wooden Plow Planes - A Celebration of the Planemakers' Art by Donald Rosebrook & Dennis Fisher, hardbound and full of great photos, this one is still in the original shrink-wrap, new condition. (Photo)

198. THE WALL BOOK book by Stanley Schuler hardbound, complete and very good; plus an Appliance Servicing Library book by Robert Scharff, complete and very good. (Photo)

199. North Brothers Manufacturing Company Product Guide "Yankee Handyman hardbound book by Joseph W. Ward, hardcover with dust jacket, includes several pages of info that was gathered after the book was published, fine overall. (Photo)

200. Joh. Weiss & Sohn (son) Tool Factory in Vienna Reprinted 1909 tool catalog, reprinted by MWTCA & EAIA in 1980, this one once belonged to Mo Arnold of Indianapolis, Ind., very good overall; plus an original 1909 Shop Notes Vol. V by Popular Mechanics. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Two Goodheart-Wilcox Build-a-Course General Shop Series books: Electricity by Howard H. Gerrish; and Metalworking by T. Gardner Boyd, both hardbound and both in fine overall. (Photo)

202. Three books: THE HOUSE BUILDING BOOK by Dan Brown complete and fine; HOMEWORK 1: INSIDE, complete and very good; and WORKING IN WOOD - The Illustrated Manual of Tools, Methods, Materials, and Classic Construction by Ernest Scott, fine. (Photo)

203. Collecting Antique Bird Decoys - An Identification & Value Guide by Carl F. Luckey, very good overall; and Carving Duck Decoys With Full-Size Templates for Hollow Construction book by Harry V. Shourds and Anthony Hillman, very good overall. (Photo)

204. Furniture of the Depression Era - Furniture & Accessories of the 1920's, 1930's & 1940's hardbound book by Robert W. and Harriett Swedberg, fine overall; and The Room-by-Room Book of American Antiques by Cynthia & Julian Rockmore, hardbound with intact dust jacket. (Photo)

205. Pair of mini planes: Stanley 100 1/2 and 101 iron block planes, the 101 has a very short iron that need to be replaced. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. BROWN & FLATHER SHEFFIELD wood brace with intact and working chuck, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. Unknown make toy sized iron block plane, complete and very good overall. Some have theorized these planes were made by Stearns, because the washer under the cutter screw is similar to those used on Stearns hollow augers. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. PALMER folding handle drawknife, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

209. Stanley #100 toy size iron block plane with squirrel tail handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Scarce Stanley #280 butt (hinge) mortiser; patented by Ole Haugen and originally made by the Waller Tool Co. before being bought out or licensed by Stanley, this one has light rust and appears to be missing the latch that disengages the rack, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Unknown make toy sized block plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Gage Tool Co., Vineland, N.J. No. 4 transitional smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Scioto Works coffin-shaped smooth plane and a wooden router, both are complete and can be returned to service. (Photo)

214. Stanley BEDROCK #605 FT jack plane with fine rosewood tote and knob, tote still has traces of original decal, 90%+ japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. Box lot: General angle divider (like Stanley #30) complete and fine; line level installed into small block of wood; Interlox sliding rule similar to a zig zag; and a like-new Greenfield Tool Co. bitstock pipe reamer in original box. (Photo)

216. Unusual stuffed steel bullnose rabbet plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Yankee #35 screwdriver IOB with 4 blades, fine overall. (Photo)

218. Stuffed gunmetal or brass bullnose rabbet plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

219. Yankee #33H screwdriver IOB with 6 blades, owners name in handle, very good overall. (Photo)

220. H. SLATER MEREDITH CLERKENWELL LONDON mahogany stuffed bullnose rabbet plane, marked on heel, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

221. Yankee #130A screwdriver IOB with 2 blades, fine overall. (Photo)

222. Scarce Preston bullnose rabbet plane with brass cap screw, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

223. RARE Yankee No. 4130 store display of spare parts including lots of different Phillips and flat bits; scarce nut drivers; chucks to adapt push drill bits; and loads of other gear, if you deal in or collect Yankee screwdrivers, you will want this. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

224. FINE Stanley #55 combination plow plane, SW logo on skate, comes with main frame; sliding section with auxiliary center bottom; both outer fences; rods, dated cam; beading stop; four cutter boxes. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

225. Nice 4-drawer oak machinist tool chest with drop down panel to cover the drawers, an intact EAGLE LOCK CO. lock with key, very good overall. condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

226. Vintage Pelouz balance scale Circa 1944 Haver-Glover Laboratory (Kansas City, MO) Metric Scale in Original Box Pelouze Manufacturing, complete with weights, fine overall with very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

227. Stanley #51 spokeshave in fine overall condition; plus a Snell & Atherton leather or heel shave, complete with brass guide, very good overall. (Photo)

228. Scioto 15-inch wooden jack plane, very good overall; plus a Sargent #3415 transitional jack plane that is complete and very good overall. (Photo)

229. Stanley #85 boxwood razor shave, has hang hole in handle, otherwise fine. (Photo)

230. Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane, light rust, will clean to very good usable condition. (Photo)

231. Rosewood handled bevel with 14-inch blade; Disston sliding bevel missing the disc portion of the locking screw, otherwise VG; a fine Stanley #61 SW wooden marking gage, and a brass handled square. (Photo)

232. Wooden woman's tooth or hag's tooth router, complete and very good. (Photo)

233. UTICA #9115 15-inch Crescent type adjustable nut wrench. (Photo)

234. UTICA #91-8 8-inch adjustable nut wrench; and a Utica #41-5 side cutters. (Photo)

235. UTICA #60 nippers; and UTICA #1000-10 fencing or wire pliers. (Photo)

236. UTICA #50-6 6-inch pliers; and #226 needle nose pliers. (Photo)

237. UTICA #550 duck bill pliers; and a pair of Smith Patent (U.S. #1,970,983) SPAC specialty pliers for working with B-X armored electrical cable, manufactured by UTICA Drop Forge & Tool Co. (Photo)

238. UTICA 5-inch end cutters; and #10008 8-inch pliers. (Photo)

239. UTICA #1300-6 6-inch gas plier; and #1000-10 10-inch pliers. (Photo)

240. Diamalloy HANDIMAN combination pliers and mini side jaw nut wrench, this is the thin earlier model, it is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

241. Tiny 3-inch screw-adjust MADE IN U.S.A. nut wrench, these were primarily novelty or advertising wrenches that have a screwdriver at the end of the handle, very good overall; and an unknown make 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench, some light rust, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

242. Unknown 3-inch alligator wrench marked POCKET SIZE WRENCH, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Tripp Patent (U.S. No. 587,624) combination wrench, alligator wrench, nipple (spoke) wrench and screwdriver, marked PAT APPLD FOR. These pocket or bicycle wrenches were made by the Best Wrench Co. Chicago, Illinois, some minor pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Billings & Spencer Patent 5-inch pocket nut wrench, very good overall; plus an unmarked 4-inch screw adjusting nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. C.E. Billings 1879 Patent 4-inch center adjusting nut wrench, very good; plus an unknown make 4-inch center adjusting nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Elgin Patent adjustable alligator, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. J.H. Ferguson Patent Nov. 14, 1910, 5-inch adjust double ended, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Billings & Spencer 6-inch adjustable S wrench, later model, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. B.F. Goodrich July 20, 1909 patent 3/4-inch ratchet wrench by Walden Worcester, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

250. Unmarked 5 1/2-inch wire handle adjustable nut wrench, very good; and another unmarked 6-inch twist-handle adjustable nut wrench, very good. (Photo)

251. Unknown make 6-inch stamped steel adjustable side-jaw nut wrench, very good. The jaw of this one looks very similar to that of a Zilliox Patent (U.S. #1,386,217), very interesting. (Photo)

252. W&B (Whitman & Barnes) 4-inch adjustable nut wrench with wire handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. A.G. Coes Patent 6-inch screw adjust nut wrench, wooden handle cracked, otherwise very good; and a Coes Patent 6-inch screw adjust nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. L&S (Lamson & Sessions) Cleveland, Ohio STEEL BICYCLE adjustable nut wrench with wood handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Billings & Spencer Co. Pat. Jan. 15, 1896, MADE EXPRESSLY FOR POPE MFG. CO. 6-inch side adjusting nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Abingdon KING DICK 6-inch screw adjusting pocket or bicycle wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Unmarked Tower & Lyon SAFETY, 5-inch screw adjusted nut wrench, good overall. (Photo)

258. Springfield Drop Forging Co. 5 1/2-inch screw adjusted nut wrench, good overall; and a Mossberg STERLING 5-inch screw adjust nut wrench with very minor pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Herbrand Co. 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench, some light to moderate pitting, good overall working condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. Oberbrooks 6-inch screw adjusted bicycle wrench with tire tool in end of handle; jaws slightly deformed, very good overall; plus a WALL MFG. CO. 5-inch stamped-steel, screw-adjusting pocket or bicycle nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

261. Beckley Ralston Co. 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench, some of the teeth on the bar are messed up and will need to be filed, the adjustable jaw can only travel out 1/2 inch. (Photo & Photo 2)

262. L&S (Lamson & Sessions) BUCKEYE 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench, very good overall; plus a Zilliox Patent (U.S. #1,386,217) screw adjust nut wrench, made on a patent issued August 2, 1921 to John Zilliox of Orchard Park, New York, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

263. Birmingham 18-in. transitional fore plane with scarce faucet adjuster, numerous chips in bottom near throat, good original blade, an unusual patented plane, in good overall condition, from the Mickey Holmes collection. (Photo & Photo 2)

264. Charles Parker 1877 patent anvil This one was made on the October 23, 1877 patent issued to Charles Parker, the shotgun maker, who lived in Worcester, Massachusetts. The patent granted was for a combination vise and anvil, and this one looks just like the one in the patent, but the casting was never drilled for a screw, and the ways were never machined for a movable jaw, so this No. 3 may have been a factory second. Weighs 11.5 lbs. and is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

265. Stanley #33 prelateral transitional jointer plane, has eagle logo on toe, Q-logo blade has 1/2 inch usable length, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

266. Stanley BEDROCK #608C FT 24-inch iron jointer plane, the BED ROCK lever cap is missing the lever, but one from any other Stanley #4 or larger size plane will fit this cap, the biggest problem with this one is top of the frog being broken off, the body itself is very good, a few frog and lever for the cap and it will be OK. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

267. Stanley #28 transitional fore plane, BB-logo blade, original lacquer on wood, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

268. Pair of Keen Kutter wooden jack planes, both in good or better overall condition. (Photo)

269. Stanley #26 15-inch prelateral transitional jack plane, solid brass adjuster nut, eagle logo on toe, football-shaped logo with patent date on blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

270. Stanley #28 transitional fore plane, SW blade has a few water spots on top, pare of original decal remains on top of stock, most of the original lacquer remains on the wood, complete and fine overall. (Photo)

271. Stanley BEDROCK 605 1/2C FT jumbo jack plane with STANLEY BED ROCK lever cap, T-logo blade has WOE stamped at top, both sides stamped with WOE, tote broken and glued in middle and spur repaired, will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

272. Transitional smoother, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

273. Sargent #409 smooth plane, knob an ill fitting replacement, tote needs to be tightened, good overall; plus a very good Diamond Edge DE3C smoother with nice hard rubber tote, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

274. Pair of block planes: Stanley #118 that has a former owners initials crudely scratched into right side, otherwise complete and fine usable shape; and a Stanley VICTOR #1120 that has a small crack in the left side, but is otherwise complete and proper. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Scarce Union #42 tongue and groove plane, missing one blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. Stanley #71 router plane, a decent repaint, fine knobs, 1/2-in. blade included, has MARCH 4, 1874 patent date around opening in center, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

277. Stanley VICTOR #1120 block plane, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

278. Stanley #386 jointer fence missing one of the clamps that attaches it to the side of a plane, otherwise nice nickel and fine knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

279. Sargent #708C 8-inch auto-set smooth plane, knob chipped and glued at base, toe spur MIA, unmarked blade, will make a very good user. (Photo & Photo 2)

280. Stanley #200 nickel plated plane blade and chisel grinding fixture, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

281. Stanley #3 TYPE 4 prelateral smooth plane, fine J-logo blade, nice beaded knob, original tote broken in middle, will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

282. Eric Sloan's I Remember America book, some minor staining on the spine, inside is fine, very good overall; plus a paper bound PRIVY The Classic Outhouse Book: 25 Designs - Humorous History; 12 Interiors; 5 Plans book by Janet & Richard Strombeck, Illustrations by Marlene Ekman, very good overall. (Photo)

283. Forty Years of Hardware by Saunders Norvill, 1st Edition, published by Hardware Age, paper covers, fine overall condition. This one looks to new to be a genuine first edition, but there's nothing inside saying if, when or by whom it may have been reprinted. (Photo)

284. Two books: Hawkin's Mechanical Dictionary published in 1919 by Theodore Audel & Co. Soft covered, former owners name inside front cover and on title page, very good overall; plus a reprinted THE ART & CRAFT OF COACHBUILDING by John Philipson. Originally printed in 1897 in London and this copy reprinted by the Carriage Association of America, Inc. 1986. Fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

285. Two books: CAST METALS HANDBOOK 1940 EDITION by American Foundrymen's Association, inside cover has sticker stating HARRY E. Thiele, Supt., General Steel Casting Corp., Granite City, ILL, has slightly soiled but intact dust jacket, inside fine; also a hard bound Coppercraft and Silver Made at Home book by Karl Robert Kramer and Nora Kramer, marked on inside "No Longer Property of St. Louis County Library." The cover is separating from the spine, has a plastic just jacket, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

286. McMaster-Carr Supply Co. Chicago Catalog No. 20 copyright 1918, hard covered, covers and spine show some wear, very good overall. (Photo)

287. COUGH & HEYLE Industrial & Contractors Supplies, Peoria, Illinois, Catalogue G (1958) hard covers, very good overall. (Photo)

288. SLIGO Steel Industrial Supplies Saint Louis, Missouri Catalog No. 89 (1964) hard bound, very good overall. (Photo)

289. Pair of wrenches: Montgomery Ward cream separator wrench, some pitting but very good overall; and a HW 1/2 silo wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

290. Large 2 1/2 inch open end wrench marked by previous owner with tag saying John Deere Rotary Mower, in John Deere green paint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

291. Three wrenches: P33 7-inch hitch pin with double open end wrench head; R57 multi open end with two pins on one side, possibly a separator wrench, very good; and a SIMMONS lug wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

292. Two 12-inch wrenches: 4395 that has an owner tag IDing it as a P&O, this one has been painted blue; the one in red primer is marked G.1, and it looks like a lineman-type wrench, there is pitting below the paint on both wenches. (Photo)

293. The Independent Harvester Company letter, product list and double sided advertisement for their Sunflower Combined Riding and Walking Cultivator and their Goldenrod Cultivator, all inside an envelope shipped from the Plano, Ill factory to E.W. Teson in Jamestown, Kansas. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

294. Swedish anvil, approx. 125 lbs, one edge of top is chipped, otherwise, good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

295. A. FISH LOWEL MASS (1 star) 1836 to 1855, 1 1/4-inch single iron nosing plane, some checking on heel, good overall; and an H. CHAPIN NEW HAVEN CT 1799 to 1866, 1/2-inch boxed side bead, boxing chipped at heel, very good overall. (Photo)

296. JOHN M. TABOR NEW BEDFORD (MASS) 1796 to 1873 1-inch tongue cutting plane, complete and very good; W. GREENSLADE BRISTOL 1828 to 1830, 1 1/2-inch hollow, complete and very good; and an S.C. COOK NEW BRUNSWICK N.J. 1825 to 1845 3/8-inch fully boxed side bead, very good. (Photo)

297. HENDRICKSON BOWERY (2 stars) 1859 to 1867, 1/2-inch single boxed side bead, very good; I CLARK 19th century, small tongue cutter, very good overall; HATHERSICH (Manchester) 1797 to 1843, 1/8-inch fully boxed side bead, very good; and a W. TAYLOR BOLTON small ogee, some chipping around edges, very good overall. (Photo)

298. GEORGE BROWN (WOLVERHAMPTON) 1830 to 1840, 3/16-inch slip boxed side bead, very good overall; J. MILLER, 73 CLAYTON ST. (Ayr) 1837 to 1851, 3/8-inch single boxed side bead; JAMES LONDON 3/8-inch side bead, boxing could stand to be replaced, good overall; and a WAY & SHERMAN N. YORK (2 stars), 1/2-inch single boxed side bead, boxing worn, good overall. (Photo)

299. WALLACE (Dundee) 1/8-inch skew bladed side rabbet type profile, boxwood boxing, interesting; oak bodied 8 1/2-inch grooving or weatherstripping plow with adjustable fence on side, looks Continental, very good; and a worn 3/4-inch skew bladed rabbet, with holes in side, good overall. (Photo)

300. Nice smaller woodworking work bench like those used a vocational trade school or high school shop class, the vise. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

301. Tin furnace set up for heating soldering irons, two irons included.

302. A Museum of Early American Tools softcover book by Eric Sloan, complete and very good; plus a hardcover book Power Tool Woodworking for Everyone by R.J. DeCristoforo published by ShopSmith Inc., some soiling on outer covers, complete and very good. (Photo)

303. Pair J.P. MILLER & CO. KINGSTON #14 hollow and rounds, a very good pair. (Photo)

304. The Tool as Object - Craft and Folk Art Museum Los Angeles: An Exhibit of Anglo-American Hand Tools: August 3 through October 3, 1976, softcover, very good; plus a hardcover The Craftsman in America book by the National Geographic Society, light wear of dust jacket, fine overall. (Photo)

305. D.R. BARTON 1 1/2-inch skew bladed side rabbet with patch in side ahead of throat, numerous holes in bottom where a fence was likely mounted, good overall; ARCHER GOODGE St. (London) 1842 to 1863, 1/2-inch dado with screw operated depth stop, main wedged replaced, intact nicker, good overall; C. FULLER, PINE ST., BOSTON (3 stars) 1836 to 1883, 1 1/2-inch single iron nosing plane, fine; and a JAMES REID (Aberdeen) 1863 to 1882, 7/8-inch side rabbet with ill fitting wedge, good overall. (Photo)

306. Three books: The Making of Tools by Alexander G. Weygers, softcover, punched with holes for 3-ring binder; very good overall; Fine Woodworking on Planes and Chisels, by the Taunton Press, softcover, very good; and a hardbound Reader's Digest Book of Skills & Tools, complete and very good. (Photo)

307. R. CLARK EXETER 1888 to 1939, 3/4-inch single boxed side bead, very good; and a Wm. BURTON (LIVERPOOL) 1807 to 1811, #4 ogee, very good. (Photo)

308. Antique Trader Tools Price Guide - Tools from the 1700s through the 20th century, by Ken Husfloen and Clarence Blanchard, very good; Goodman: British Planemakers From 1700 hardcover 2nd Edition, very good overall; and a hardcover 46 Step-By-Step Wooden Toy Projects by Lewis H. Hodges, very good overall. (Photo)

309. MORISON GLASGOW 5/16-in. side bead, replaced wedge, very good overall; P. BROOKS & P. HARTFORD (PITTSFIELD) 1850 3-star 1/2-inch fully boxed side bead, very good. (Photo)

310. Five pamphlets or books: The Steel Square VOL 1 by Fred T. Hodgson 1916 hardcover edition published for Sears, Roebuck & Co., some soiling of outer covers, inside very good; and a hardcover Home Mechanic's Handbook published in 1945 by D. Van Norstrand Co., Inc, some water damage mostly to outer edges of inside pages, good overall; plus Bushnell BANNER Riflescope Instructions: How to Sharpen And What To Use - An Aid To Users of Pike Sharpening Stones; and The Starrett Story, a 1967 edition of the history of L.S. Starrett Co., makers of machinist tools. (Photo)

311. D.R. BARTON ROCHESTER 1832 to 1874, large center bead, very good overall; G. DAVIS 1/4-inch single boxed side bead, good overall; and W. BOGGS STRATFORD 1/2-inch single boxed side bead, very good. (Photo)

312. Five books and booklets: A checklist of Stanley Planes compiled by Alvin Sellens, never used, fine; How To Sharpen And What To Use booklet by Pike Sharpening Stones, very good; hardbound copy of The Operation, Care, And Repair Of Farm Machinery 26th Edition by John Deere Moline, Ill, very good; a paper covered Cleaning Antique Tools by Joe Griffin published by the Southwest Tool Collectors in 1982; and a soft covered The Rummager's Handbook - Finding, Buying, Cleaning, Fixing, Using, And Selling Secondhand Treasures by R.S. McClurg, very good. (Photo)

313. Unmarked glass check plow plane with adjustable fence on bottom, fine overall. (Photo)

314. Six tool books or pamphlets: Tools Machinery Blacksmith Supplies Sears, Roebuck & Co. 1984 MWTCA reprint, very good; E.C. Simmons KEEN KUTTER 1984 MWTCA reprint, very good; An Illustrated Value Guide - Shapleigh Hardware DE Diamond Edge by Larry and Linda Edwards, very good; plus three Craftsman Tool catalogs including ones from 1941 and 1942. (Photo)

315. A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW 5/8-inch single boxed side bead plane, very good; plus a J. WALES YORK, 1830 to 1873, 1-inch ogee, with visible spring lines and single boxing, very good. (Photo)

316. Six tool catalogs or pamphlets: J.M. Waterston Tools and Factory Supplies catalogue No. 25 reprinted by MWTCA in 1996, cover creased otherwise, very good; Bench Work in Wood by Goss, reprinted by MWTCA in 1997; Jackson & Tayler Tools And Supplies 1880 catalog reprinted by MWTCA in 1993; Wood Working reprinted in 1987 by MWTCA; Greenfield Tool Co. 1854 price list and 1859 Hermon Chapin price list both reprinted by Ken Roberts. (Photo)

317. Unusual Stanley HURWOOD screwdriver modified and marked U.S. ORD. DEPT. Said to have been made for working on artillery shells, like new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

318. Stanley #30 angle divider, 60 percent plating, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Pair of frogs for Stanley Bedrock 603 or 605 1/4 bench planes. (Photo)

320. Stanley #30 angle divider, missing the straightedge from the bottom, otherwise very good; plus a fine Stanley 4-Square miter and try square with 7-inch SW marked blade, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. GEARENCH MFG CO. - Houston, Texas SIZE 1 VALVE WHEEL WRENCH valve wrench; and another tank or valve wrench marked WILL-BURT CO. W59HA ORRVILLE, Ohio W59HA, both complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Roderick Lean D44 15-inch malleable T socket wrench (R294 TR in 2), slightly bent, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Two wrenches: BEAR DWB-1386 2-inch open end wrench; and an Emerson R438 8 1/2-inch implement wrench, very good overall, (R163). (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Wm. E. PRATT? multi wrench, complete and very good, (R384). (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Unknown make 12-inch malleable T socket wrench R58 or B58, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. SCARCE Gray Patent Ratchet Bed-Key (socket wrench) made on a patent issued Dec. 10, 1867, some pitting, the socket spins but the ratchet does not work, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Two thread chasing tools: one is marked HUNT and the other is a National #6102. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Unknown 18-inch iron wrench with 6-inch circular opening, possibly for cream separators, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Two 12-inch hub cap-type wrenches 9227 & 15086, both have some light pitting, no cracks or welds, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Unknown make malleable iron 14 1/2-inch multi wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. Two FAIRMOUNT #903A 5/8-inch spud wrenches: one is very good; there other is marked a little differently and has some mild pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. M. KLEIN & SONS #3239 screw-adjusting Crescent-type nut wench and spud combined, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Lot: NIKE ESKILSTUNA 8B 617, ratchet wrench, the spring for the dog is MIA and there is some pitting; a MUELLER tank wrench and screwdriver, very good; and a puller of some kind, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

334. Mystery lever operated ratcheting bottle corker? with what looks like an alligator wrench at the end of one of the handles, this may actually be a bottle cap lifter, this one is complete and fine; plus a FULTON riveter? (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Avery Co, Peoria, ILL #5089, 10-inch 3-socket wrench, in original? red paint, very good. (R1-26) (Photo & Photo 2)

336. KOVAR-LINE OWATONNA - MINN 9-inch combination multi open-end wrench and T handle socket, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Five implement wrenches: #R438 8 1/2-inch implement wrench, very good overall, (R163); Monitor Drill Co. #A270, some pitting, good overall, (R334); Sampson Tractor Co.; Knowlton #97; and a mystery wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

338. Five small implement wrenches: small S handle with open end and square socket on the other end; an opened end marked 7338A; a box end marked C & D PH-802; a B14 Planet Jr. type; and a G5 implement, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Four misc. wrenches: THE CHANDLER & PRICE CO., CLEVELAND, O. USA / 761 - - 7-inch double open-end wrench, very good overall; mystery wrench marked 695 having a 1 1/8-inch on one end and two 3/4-inch on the other end; a #369 with 11/16 open end and having a rack on the end of the handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Boos Patent (U.S. D130,015) screw adjust nut wrench, made on a design patent issued October 21, 1941, to Joseph and Lyal Boos of Kansas City, MO, this on is in very good overall condition; plus an unknown make 4-inch screw adjust pocket wrench; an a 4-inch center adjust nut wrench, some rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Heller self-tightening pipe wrench Patent Lynch & Turlock Patents 4/14/25 & 7/5/27. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Victor OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Chicopee Falls, Mass. Starley Patent (U.S. 444,402) bicycle or pocket nut wrench made on a patent issued Jan. 6, 1891 to John Kemp Starley of Coventry, England. This one is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. Stillson Pattern Wrench by Bonney Vise & Tool Wks. MOTOR-CYCLE cast into both sides of handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

344. J.R. Long Patent (U.S. #818,180) 3 3/4-inch wedge adjust nut wrench, manufactured by the J.R. Long Wrench Co. Akron, Ohio on a patent issued April 17, 1906, this example is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

345. Bohn Patent (U.S. #1,481,250) wedge-adjust nut wrench made by the U.S. WRENCH CO. of Philadelphia, Penn. Sold as the Bohn QUICK-FIT wrench, this one is very good; plus a SUL nut wedge adjusting nut wrench similar to the Bohn Patent, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

346. INDIAN MOTOCYCLE adjustable nut wrench, made on a NO. 8 Wakefield Wrench frame, Pat. Sept. 4, 1900, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

347. Another Stillson Pattern MOTOR-CYCLE wrench, this one with a factory hang hole in end of handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Ryan Patent (U.S. #339,813 & U.S. #476,079) 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench, manufactured by the Barnes Tool Co. on patents issued to Patrick Ryans and John Ryan both of New York, NY, some minor pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Bemis & Call 6 1/2-inch all-steel screw adjust nut wrench, this was made after the Coes buyout, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Vandegrift Patent (U.S. #589,765) screw adjust nut wrench with loop handle; made on a patent issued Sept. 7, 1897 to Theodore F. Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana, this one is fine and has been coated with clear lacquer. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. J.C. SPEIRS & CO. Patent (U.S. #459,218) 5-inch center adjust nut wrench marked TOURIST on handle, some minor pitting. Made on a patent issued Sept. 6, 1891 to Reinhard T. Torkelson of Hatfield, Mass. and assigned to Speirs. Very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. Scarce Hewet Patent (U.S. #87,774) 5-inch tubular adjusted nut wrench manufactured by Champlin & Spencer of Chicago, ILL on a patent issued Feb. 27, 1869 to Henry Wheaton Hewet of New York, New York. This wrench is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. Mini 1-inch non-adjustable novelty wrench, looks like a Crescent. Perfect for the collector of miniatures. (Photo & Photo 2)

354. Patented 1 1/2-inch keychain wrench, made on Design Patent #DES227,192 issued June 5, 1973 to Herman J. Schafhauser of Indianapolis, Indiana. This one is in like new condition; plus a tiny 3-inch screw adjusting nut wench, the handle ends in a screwdriver, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Iver Johnson 6-inch with tire tool in end of handle, nice plating, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. Boardman's Patnet 5-inch screw adjusted combination pipe/nut wrench and hammer, manufactured for Tower & Lyon, the bar terminates in a screwdriver which can be used when fully withdrawn from the handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. Gendron Patent (U.S. #476,629) screw adjusting bicycle or motorcycle wrench with a nipple or spoke wrench. This one was made by the Gendron Iron Wheel Co. on a patent issued June 7, 1892 to Peter Gendron of Toledo, Ohio. This one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2& Photo 3)

358. Mossberg Patent (U.S. #552,325) 5-inch screw adjusting pocket or bicycle wrench, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2& Photo 3)

359. Seymour Patent (U.S. #273,170) ACME 5-inch twist handle nut wrench made on a patent issued Feb. 27, 1883, this one is fine, and it is marked on the back of the top jaw Stokes Mfg. Co. Chicago. Stokes made such historic bicycle brands as BEVERLY; FASHION; FLASH; LEADER; STERLING; STOKES; TYPHOON; UNION; and WELLINGTON. (Photo & Photo 2& Photo 3)

360. RARE Taft Patent (U.S. #20,379) 6-inch reverse double-screw nut wrench manufactured by D.A. Hawkins of Worcester, Massachusetts on a patent issued May 25, 1858, to George C. Taft of Worcester, Massachusetts. This one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

361. Casey & Co. complex molding plane; and a #18 round.

362. Ohio Tool G.B. & C0. #102 plow plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. Four Ohio Tool Co. molding planes: A.C. Bartlett's 3/4-in. center bead; #7 round; special purpose rabbet; and a #75 grooving plow. (Photo)

364. Early wedge-locking plow plane with riveted skate, and wooden stop, includes display stand. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Two St. Louis wood planes: Hall & Hynson tongue cutter; and a Child & Pratt 1/4-inch round.

366. Unusual homemade handled plow plane, VG. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Auburn Tool Co. side bead; and Auburn Tool Co. complex profile moulding plane.

368. Ohio Tool Co. #106 unhanded plow plane, some minor thread chips, otherwise VG. (Photo & Photo 2)

369. Pair Pratt & Co. Buffalo, #4 hollow and round planes; the hollow profile is a bit distorted and will need to be recut.

370. Lufkin #1707 150-foot fiberglass tape, and reel IOB, box has some moisture staining, but the tape and reel are like new. (Photo)

371. Hall, Case & Co. 5/8-in. with replaced wedge; and assayed off round planes. (Photo)

372. Lufkin Canadian surveyors tape with wooden handle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

373. Fairclough Liverpool side bead, VG; and a A. Mathieson Glasgow narrow round molding planes. (Photo)

374. Lufkin #79AA and #79L telescoping gages IOB. (Photo)

375. Four wooden molding planes: Wm. Moss & Rbt Youngerman rounds, the latter missing the blade; Way & Sherman N. York complex profile; and an Insenore Works 3/16-in. side bead.

376. Lufkin #79B and #79E telescoping gages IOB. (Photo)

377. Three Sandusky Tool Co. planes: complex profile; #4 round; and 1/4-in. dado.

378. Lufkin #11 outside calipers (2) in a rough box; plus #42-6 inside caliper IOB. (Photo)

379. Four molding planes: Greenfield Tool Co. #6 round; unmarked complex that needs new boxing; R. BIXBY complex, VG; and an unmarked special purpose. (Photo)

380. Lufkin #172C drive pin punch IOB; & #71A center punches IOB. (Photo & Photo 2)

381. Charles White Warren 1/2-in. side bead, VG. (Photo)

382. Lufkin #910B and #910C parallel clamps IOB; and #8 pair rule clamps. (Photo & Photo 2)

383. Yankee #141 Automatic Push Drill IOB with full set of bits. (Photo)

384. Lufkin #41-6 outside caliper NIB; and #42 inside caliper NIB. (Photo & Photo 2)

385. Stanley North Brothers #133H in rare double marked original box, one end of box has been reinforced with clear tape, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Lufkin #J4-B10-050 dial indicator IOB. (Photo)

387. Stanley HANDYMAN #133H Division of North Brothers, in original Stanley Christmas box, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Lufkin #J4-C20-050-25 dial indicator IOB. (Photo)

389. Sargent #714 Auto-Set jack plane, tote and beaded knob have been refinished and the tote has had the hole for the long bolt wallowed out, good iron from a #710, with a new tote, this one will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

390. Lufkin #J4-C20-025-25 dial indicator IOB. (Photo)

391. Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane, SW logo blade, lever cap was broken and reshaped to work, very good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

392. Lufkin #J3-C20-025-25 dial indicator IOB. (Photo)

393. Stanley #40 scrub plane, SW logo blade has been hit on the top with a hammer and is peened over, will make a great user. (Photo)

394. Lufkin #150A indicator holder IOB (used); and a #9A hight gauge attachment IOB. (Photo)

395. Scarce Sargent #160 scrub plane, with scuffed but intact wooden tote and knob, very good original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

396. Lufkin #509D depth gage IOB; & a 4-inch Micrometer Test Gage IOB. (Photo)

397. Stanley #S18 unbreakable steel block plane with, knuckle jointer cap, blade and cap both marked with SW logo, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

398. Lufkin #510 depth gage IOB; #1943V micrometer IOB; and #1913 micrometer IOB. (Photo)

399. Stanley #103 Type I block plane, good wooden knob, very good original blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

400. Lufkin #42 4-inch inside caliper IOB; & #40 6-inch spring dividers. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Stanley #62 double bladed iron spoke shave, both blades marked with the earliest SW logo, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Lufkin #N-860-584 case for Student Set with inside and outside spring caliper and #77 radius gages NIB. (Photo & Photo 2)

403. The Adams & Westlake Co. C. St. P M. & O KERO railroad lantern, with clear glass globe marked ADLAKE KERO, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

404. FARWELL OZMUN KIRK & CO. ST. PAUL No. 2 BEST-EVR lantern with brass tank, clear glass globe marked DIETZ PAT'D JAN 10.14, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. O.I.M. CO. No. 0 PERFECT lantern with clear glass globe marked DL&S CO, ROCHESTER, NY, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

406. S.H. CO. ST LOUIS LIBERTY lantern with brass tank, patented JAN. 10.05, with red glass globe, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. MOTOR WHEEL CORP. 60534 / WALDEN-WORCESTER - PAT. APR. 14, 1925 - OTHER PATS PEND. Lug wrench with a hex socket and a pry bar for removing hubcaps. (Photo)

408. Two wrenches: ERIE TOOL WORKS AUTO NO. 14, complete and very good; and a COCHRAN 14-in. MODEL 1910 pipe wrench, the main handle of this one is slightly bent, but it is in good working condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Early clevis with a threaded wrench pin, complete and very good. (Photo)

410. Two wrenches: Hoe Corp. Robert Patent (U.S. No. 1,407,578) self adjusting, complete and very good; and an 8-inch WADE WRENCH CO. plier made on a patent No. 1,677,909 issued to Benjamin Wade of White Pigeon, Michigan, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

411. Implement or tractor clevis with threaded wrench pin, a paper label on this one claims it is for a #40 Oliver Walking Plow, this one has some pitting, but the threaded wrench pin works just fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

412. Baxter Patent 12-inch double-ended screw-adjust nut wrench, made on U.S. Patent No. 281,432 issued to William Baxter of Jersey City, New Jersey, not marked, but in very good working order. (Photo & Photo 2)

413. Implement clevis with threaded wench pin, clevis has number 2350, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

414. Vandegrift Patent 7-inch screw adjust nut wrench, made on U.S. Patent No. 589,765 issued Sept. 7, 1897 to Theodore Vandegrift of Shelbyville, IN. This one is complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

415. Unusual patent clevis, has what looks like a 5-digit number cast into one side a patent date in the other, the red primer makes it hard to read, but it looks like the patent date is 3-4-84, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

416. AB BAHCO Volvo combination side jaw nut wrench similar to a Crescent with an alligator wrench on the end of the handle, made in Sweden, complete and very good; plus an 8-inch DIAMALOY 8-inch Crescent wrench with a 9/16-inch box wrench in end of handle by the Diamond Calk Horseshoe Co. DULUTH, MINN, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

417. Two wrenches: 11-inch HAND TOOL #23-32 MADE IN TAIWAN; and a 9-inch QUALI-KRAFT side-jaw, quick-adjust, made in Japan, very good overall. (Photo)

418. Two wrenches: Smith Patent (U.S. No. 584,019) ELGIN screw-adjust alligator wrench, complete and very good; plus a Hawkeye Wrench Co. double ended Crocodile wrench with three thread chasers in the center of the handle, one jaw terminates in a screwdriver, very good overall. (Photo)

419. Two 10-inch screw adjusting S-handle nut wrenches: KEYSTONE MFG. WESTCOTT NO. 80, very good overall; and a ROBINSON, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

420. Unusual CHOQUET PARIS 12-inch screw adjusting side-jaw nut wrench with curved handle, the adjusting screw is a bit dinged, but it still works. (Photo & Photo 2)

421. Large W&B alligator wrench with the CRI&P Railroad logo, Chicago, Long Island and Pacific Railroad was better known as the Rock Island Line, there is some light pitting, but it is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

422. Lot of four wrenches: Oxweld double open end for gas bottles; K4; #12 also has an M inside a circle; and HINSDALE ignition type, the latter has some pitting, the other three are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

423. Neff Patent adjustable nut wrench (U.S. #2,912,891) in very good overall condition; plus a pry bar that is marked GOLDENSPEAR 12-inch, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

424. Little FAIRMOUNT 901spud wrench for 7/16-inch nuts and bolts, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

425. Pair of pliers, one pair is marked LAKESIDE and one marked N-G, both are in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

426. G. ROUES (LONDON) 1800, 1 1/4-inch hollow plane, very good; JAMES PANTON ABERDEEN, 1882 to 1908, #2 fixed sash plane, very good; and a McVICAR (PERTH) 1850 to 1856 5/8-inch round, blade rusty and pitted. (Photo)

427. Unknown make 1 1/2-inch round, has been modified on bottom; D.N. GARRISON DAYTON O (Ohio) 2-star, 1 1/2-inch skew bladed rabbet, very good; and a D. MALLOCH PERTH 5/8-inch tongue cutter, with additional imprint of tool monger J. DOBIE & CO. PERTH, very good. (Photo)

428. AMES LONDON 1800 to 1828, 3/8-inch round plane, very good; WM. SOUDER PHILADA 1832 to 1853, 1/2-inch side bead, 1 star, very good overall; and an A. KELLY & CO. ASHFIELD, MASS. 1/4-inch round with broken wedge and rusty blade. (Photo)

429. Disston D-15 26-inch, 5 1/2 ppi, rip saw, near perfect rosewood handle, fine Liberty Bell VICTORY etch, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

430. Disston & Sons No. 7 20-inch, 11 ppi, panel saw, handle cracked at bottom bolt hole and it has been refinished, etch a bit faint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. Early E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER No. 88 20-inch, 10 ppi blade, very good etch, early axe head medallion, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

432. Disston D8 22-inch, 10 ppi panel saw, near perfect etch and fine handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

433. Disston D-8 26-inch, 8 ppi crosscut saw, fine etch and handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

434. Disston 26-inch 8 ppi crosscut saw THIS SAW IS MADE EXPRESSLY FOR MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOLS BY HENRY DISSTON & SONS PHILADELPHIA, very good etch, fine handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. LYON and HEALY CHICAGO ILL No. 217 MUSICAL SAW with 26-inch blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Unusual Disston No. 21, 8 ppi, very good etch and handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Disston D42 LIGHTWEIGHT 26-inch blade, marked 5 1/2 but has been re-sharpened to 7 ppi, fine etch, very good handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Early HENRY DISSTON 26-inch, 11 ppi crosscut saw, blade stamped HENRY DISSTON, early handle with domed saw nuts, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

439. Disston & Sons No. 7, 26-inch, 8 ppi crosscut saw, early handle missing two saw nuts, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

440. Bonney 5-inch adjustable S wrench, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

441. THE HANDEE 8-inch dog bone wrench, PAT APPLD, Mansfield, Ohio, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

442. THE HANDEE 7-inch dog bone wrench, PAT APPLD, Mansfield, Ohio, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

443. Stanley Rule & Level Co. Anderson Patent (U.S. 1,070,656) TRIPLET adjustable alligator wrench, manufactured by G.L. Hold of Hartford, CT on a patent issued Aug. 19, 1913 to John Anderson of Portland, CT, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. Baxter Patent 6-inch, double-ended screw adjusting nut wrench, some pitting, good overall. (Photo)

445. Bonney June 1, 1915 Patent, 6-inch, adjustable S wrench, very good overall; and a Westcott Keystone 4-inch adjustable S wrench, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

446. Queen CIty 4-inch adjustable S. wrench, by Bergman, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. Robinson 6-inch adjustable S wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

448. MERIT 6-inch adjustable nut wrench manufactured by Goodell-Pratt, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. Mossberg Patent (U.S. #661,810 & 695,072) DIAMOND No. 11 screw adjust nut wrench, some minor pitting, very good overall; plus another screw adjusting pocket or bicycle wrench with March 26, 1895, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Speirs Patent (U.S. #536,301) screw adjust bicycle or pocket nut wrench, with faint MARION CYCLE CO. MARION IND logo on top jaw, very good overall; and a Ziliox Patent (U.S. #1,386,217) screw adjust nut wrench. Made on a patent issued August 2, 1921 to John Zilliox of Orchard Park, New York. This one is locked up and will likely need to soaked in something to to dissolve the rust on the screw. (Photo & Photo 2)

451. Billings & Spencer C center-adjusting pocket or bicycle nut wrench, nickel is very good, but adjuster nut has stripped threads; and an unknown make 4-inch handle-adjusting nut wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

452. Gendron Patent (U.S. #476,629) pocket or bicycle nut wrench manufactured by the Gendron Iron Wheel Co. of Toldeo, Ohio. These were made with and without spoke wrenches. This one comes without an integral spoke wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

453. A&M Buffalo, N.Y. 5-inch center-screw pocket or bicycle nut wrench, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

454. Gellman Patent (U.S. #1,451,906) 6-inch quick-adjust nut wrench, made on a patent issued April 17, 1923 to Israel C. Gellman of Chicago, Illinois, very good overall; and an Erie Tool Wks. AUTO No. 6 6-inch, self-tightening wrench, some pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

455. Unusual 7-inch self-tightening pipe wrench with two separate moveable jaws, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

456. Hoe Corp. 6-inch wood handled self-tightening Feb. 21, 1922 Patent, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

457. Scarce Kern Patent (U.S. #504,041) 6-inch screw adjust alligator wrench, made on a patent issued Aug. 29, 1893 to Samuel E. Kern of Bellevue, Ohio, this one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

458. Ashcroft-type 8-inch adjustable pipe tong, no markings, very good overall; and an unknown 7-inch self-adjusting pipe wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

459. Heckling Patent (U.S. #870,781) CRAFT 6-inch self-adjusting pipe wrench made by the Craftsman Tool Co. of Conneaut, Ohio on a patent issued Nov. 12, 1907 to George Heckling of Cleveland, Ohio, this one is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

460. FINE Bullard No. 0, 5 1/2-inch self-tightening pipe wrench with near perfect nickel plating, the smallest of the line in fine overall condition. Made on U.S. Patent #742,389 issued Oct. 27, 1903 to Frank D. Bullard of Los Angeles, California. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

461. Boulieu Patent (U.S. #972,052) 6-inch self-adjusting pipe wrench, manufactured by LAKE SUPERIOR WRENCH CO. SAULT STE MARIE, MICH. on a patent issued October 4, 1910 to John Boulieu of Sault St. Marie, Michigan, this wrench is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. Three double ended alligator wrenches: B.V.&T. WKS. INC. ALLENTOWN. PA VIXEN complete and very good: THE KILBORN & BISHOP CO. NEW HAVEN, CONN U.S.A., SAXON complete and very good; and THE K&B CO. NEW HAVEN. CT SAXON, some mild pitting on one side, otherwise very good. All have been coated with lacquer. (Photo & Photo 2)

463. Three brace-type automotive socket wrenches: WALDON-WORCESTER brace #1529 5/8-in. PAT PEND; BLACKHAWK #500 regular brace-type speed wrench 3/4-in. socket, very good; and a Mossberg #624 reversible ratchet with off-set handle, very good. All have been coated with lacquer. (Photo & Photo 2)

464. Three double ended alligator wrenches: Diamond Edge DE100 Pat. April 1906, some mild pitting, very good overall; HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA THE HAWKEYE, patches of light to moderate pitting on back side, otherwise good; and OVB (Our Very Best) Pat. April 1906, all have been coated with lacquer. (Photo & Photo 2)

465. Two nut wrenches: GIRARD RAILROAD ROUGH 6-inch screw adjust, fine; and a 6-inch Westcott KEYSTONE No. 76 S handle, adjustable, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

466. Pair of automotive wrenches: 9-inch screw-adjusting AUTO, complete and very good plus a DIAMOND DULUTH lug wrench, also very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

467. Three plier-type tools: DREADNAUGHT NO. 44 chain pliers; WEED JULY 29, 1913 chain pliers; and a BRIEGEL METHOD TOOLD CO. NO. 606 specialty pliers, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

468. Pair of automotive wrenches: INDESTRO CHICAGO 1-inch 406 WATER PUMP & FAN BELT 1/2-inch, very good; and a 4564-2 WALDEN WORCESTER RATCHET GUARANTEED FOR USE ON FORD BRAKE & REVERSE BANDS ONLY, the ratchet is locked up and there is minor pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

469. International Harvester? (IHC ) B993M - 8 1/2-inch buggy whip holder in red paint, fine. (Photo)

470. Pair of P & O CANTON, ILL wrenches: #3613 in white paint, has a crack on one end at corner, and visible pitting under the paint; #4135 also has a crack at one end, and pitted on both sides. (Photo & Photo 2)

471. Unknown make #212 1/2-inch malleable wrench, 14-inches overall, very good; plus an 11 1/4-inch blacksmith made wrench 3/4 & 5/8 open end, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

472. Pair of nut wrenches: Vandegrift Patent (U.S. No. 589,765) No. 10 nut wrench with open loop handle, very good overall; plus a 8-inch wire handled nut wrench with slightly sprung jaws, light pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

473. Five FORD open-end wrenches. (Photo)

474. Automotive hubcap-type wrench #2272, some pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

475. Three wrenches: BUCKEYE 9 1/2-inch with crack at one end (see second photo); a 6-inch (Oliver?) wrench marked B14 with skeleton-type handle, very good; and a 5-inch open ended wrench marked 104N on handle, traces of black japanning remain, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

476. Three wrenches: SPEEDGRIP AUTOMATIC PATENTED, POLARIS PROD. INC. MILWAUKEE, WIS. 7 1/4-in. quick adjust operated by a sliding collar and helical slotted rod, this one has a improper screw and isn't working, good nickel plating; ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA, AUTO NO. 8 - 8-inch self adjust with pivoting upper jaw, very good overall; and a Gellman Wrench Corp. adj. side jaw, marked Polly Rock Island, ILL Pat Apr 17, 1923 No 61 - 6-inch exposed spring variant, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

477. Three automotive valve spring compressors: SUNNEN, complete and very good; a similar KAY-DEE K-D No. 700, complete and very good; and a No. 600 Kulp Patent, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

478. Rushton Patent automotive rim tool, hand cranked, very good overall condition; plus an unknown make automotive tire spreader, bead breaker, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

479. Three different automotive valve spring compressors: GLANTZ MFG. MINDEN, NEB; some minor pitting, very good overall; Frank Mossberg Co. No. 654, patented July 28, 1914, complete and very good; and a Kulp and Dellinger Patent (U.S. 1,815,980) marked LIFTER FOR MODELS A-B FORD, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

480. Three automotive valve tools: a hand cranked oscillating valve lapper by Albertson & Co. Sioux City, Iowa, marked on crank handle with April 13, 1909 and May 21, 1912 patent dates. (Photo & Photo 2)

481. Three different automotive valve spring compressors: the only one that is marked is the BRIDGEPORT FAY-OH-RITE No. 1 patent (March 16, 1920), complete and very good; the one on top looks hand forged; all three are in usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

482. Five automotive valve tools: A brace type lapping tool; a Dunlap hand cranked lapper, this one needs oil; a simple type of lapper with suction cup; an Archimedean type with suction cup end; and a plier like tools for valve keepers? (Photo & Photo 2)

483. Bridgeport Mfg. REX nail puller, very good. (Photo)

484. Two Stanley #59 doweling jigs. (Photo)

485. Adjustable hollow auger, no depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)

486. Four Perfect Handle-type screwdrivers, the largest actually is a PERFECT HANDLE, the others are by PEXTO, and others. (Photo)

487. Woods Patent adjustable hollow auger with intact depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)

488. Three steel plumb bobs, the one on the left is a Brown & Sharpe, the other two are unmarked. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. Stanley #80 and #81 cabinet scrapers, the 81 has an intact rosewood bottom but no blade, both are in good or better overall condition. (Photo)

490. Lot: Hand vise, needs a wooden handle; butt gauge; and a gate latch by BUFFUM TOOL CO. LOUISIANA, Mo. PAT. DEC 1 96. (Photo & Photo 2)

491. Lot: Iron spoke shave with loop handles; Disston crosscut saw tool; and Stanley #97 marking gage. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Two wrenches: 10-inch CARLL PATENT (U.S. #1,060,891) reversible jaw, a patch or to of pitting, very good overall; and a 12-inch GILLMAN PATENT (U.S. #1,451,906) No. 121, exposed spring varient, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

493. Statham Patent (U.S. #1,305,628) 8-inch screw-adjust side-jaw nut wrench with lever, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

494. Pair of curved handle nut wrenches: Bergman Patent (U.S. #1,378,209) 6-inch screw adjust, very good; and an 8-inch Billings & Spencer with light pitting on both sides. (Photo & Photo 2)

495. Two screw-adjust side-jaw nut wrenches: Keystone Mfg. 9-inch KEYSTONE No. 79, the worm screw is a bit bunged up, but still functional; and an 8-inch Bemis & Call, B&C No. 80, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

496. Lot: Two chain breakers; a creasing or burnishing-type roller; and several FORD automotive wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

497. Lot: malleable iron paint stirrer from ST. PAUL WHITE LEAD & OIL CO., LION BRAND PAINT, very good; 10-inch screw adjust nut wrench with wood handle; FORD automotive 9-inch screw adjust nut wrench; and a pair of crude hand forged tongs. (Photo & Photo 2)

498. Three wooden screw boxes: two look professionally made, and one looks homemade, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. GEO. H. BISHOP & CO NO. 8 CINCINNATI, Ohio, fair etch, very good handle, very good overall. Bishop was in Cincinnati from 1882 to 1898/99. After that the company moved to Lawrenceburg, Indiana. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. Disston D8 28-inch 6 ppi blade, very good etch, thumb-hole handle has small chip from under top spur, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

501. KEYSTONE K-6 1/2 Challenger, 26-inch, 10 ppi saw by Disston, fine speedboat etch, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

502. Disston D8 26-inch 6 1/2 ppi crosscut saw, very good etch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

503. Stanley #60 double shave with V-logo blades, light rust, very good overall; plus a Type I Stanley #66 beader that needs blades and a fence, has fine japanning. (Photo)

504. Pair of ratchet braces, both with light rust but otherwise complete and very good; plus a wooden carvers mallet. (Photo)

505. Seymour Smith & Sons double shave, and a Stanley #51, both have light rust but will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

506. Two aluminum levels: a Sands 12-inch with shaft grove from Sand's Level Co. Detroit, Mich. SAND'S LEVELS TELL THE TRUTH, complete and very good; plus an unknown make 6 3/4-inch double plumb and level, very good overall; and a wooden chisel box with sliding lid from Greenlee in Rockford, ILL. (Photo & Photo 2)

507. Three leather shaves, the smaller one is a Packard Patent and has the patent date FEB 1, '70. (Photo & Photo 2)

508. Five chisels: Buck 9/16 tang; W. BUTCHER 1 3/4 with file handle; pitted DOUGLASS MFG 1 3/4 missing handle; short 2-inch BUCK BROS; and D.R. Barton 1/4-in. mortising; plus a D.R. BARTON 1 1/4-in. gouge with socket that has been hammer on, and two spare handles. (Photo)

509. Four iron spoke shaves: Stanley #151; #53 (needs a blade); unknown make with loop handles; and a Smith double shave. (Photo)

510. Unusual SARGENT bevel; Diamond Edge pliers; saw rake; Stanley #95 Type I butt gage; Stanley and Trustworthy line levels; and a few assorted bits. (Photo)

511. Winstead folding handle drawknife, complete and very good; plus a Stanley #51 spoke shave, complete and fine. (Photo)

512. Two brass plumb bobs and a fine ESSCO leather plumb bob holster. (Photo)

513. Unmarked 10-oz claw hammer; push drill; and two nested sets of screwdrivers. (Photo)

514. Three YANKEE screwdrivers; the largest and smallest are flat bladed; two wooden spoke shaves; and two rosewood tool handles one pat. AUG 12, 1884; the other is a Millers Falls, both with full sets of tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

515. Tool handle; ice chipper and cap lifter or bottle opener; a pricking or stitching wheel; and a stone crandall hammer that has a Kansas City makers mark and needs a new handle. (Photo)

516. Five rules two Stanley #62 four fold; Craftsman #162 four fold; a zig zag by Woodmark Industries in Minneapolis, MInn; an small 4-fold caliper rule with worn surfaces; and a Disston saw handle that has a glue repair near the bottom horn. (Photo)

517. Brass or bronze boat propeller marked on one side AMC361 MICHIGAN, looks to be in good condition, and with the current price of brass, it is probably worth a small fortune ;-) (Photo & Photo 2)

518. Clements Cadillac Mod. G8 portable electric blower with cast aluminum housing, consignor says it is in working condition, bring an extension cord if you intend to try it out. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Large 22-inch TRIMO pipe wrench, will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

520. Pair of oil cans one with pump and the other with flexible spout, both very good. (Photo)

521. Three multi wrenches: a Paasche UB68 with screwdriver; and two unmarked models. (Photo)

522. LIDSEEN OILER CHICAGO, ILL oil can with pump, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

523. Two different sized LODI pliers with wire cutters; a cask of taps; and a Sargent Parot-Head pruning tool. (Photo)

524. Three oil cans including a mini and one with a flexible spout, all very good. (Photo)

525. Lot: Sickle, ratchet brace and Stanley egg beater-type hand drill. (Photo)

526. Small saw; BELL SYSTEM crimping tool; Weiss tin snips; and a small TRIMO pipe wrench. (Photo)

527. DEERE & CO. 8-inch wooden handled screw-adjusting nut wrench, the wood handle has some glue residue from tape, otherwise this one is very good; a 9-inch B.M.M. Corp. auto wrench, has rust and will need cleaning; and an unknown make with square and open ends, very good. (Photo)

528. Starrett No. 439 24-inch scale with No. 4 graduations, protractor head, and an unusually large center head, find the large square head for it and you will have a nice large combination set. (Photo)

529. Thor electric hand drill, Thor was a brand name used by Aurora Automatic Machinery Co., Aurora, Illinois that made everything from early washing machines to early motorcycles. The drill is in working condition and comes with a medium sized vise. (Photo & Photo 2)

530. Wooden framed buck saw, complete and very good.

531. Lot of three newer hand saws all are complete and in usable condition.

532. Pair of hand saws inc. Simonds and Atkins, both in usable condition.

533. Pair of unmarked hand saws both in usable condition.

534. Pair of hand saws Keen Kutter and Disston D8, both in very good overall condition.

535. Unusual Starrett hack saw with MILFORD ALL HARD Easy Starting Teeth 18 tpi & 12 tpi blade, wooden handle cracked and spurs damaged. (Photo)

536. Seven assorted Naval manuals; Aviation Machinist Mate 1 & C; Issustrator Draftsman; Tools & Their Uses: Builder 1 & C, etc. (Photo)

537. Large cast iron glue pot with intact liner, very good overall.

538. Cantello folding handle drawknive, blade still has a little life left in it.

539. Depart of the Army publications: TM5-234 Topographic Surveying, October 1953; TM5-235, Special Surveys, October 1953; and TM5-236 War Department Technical Manual, Surveying Tables.

540. More War Department Books: Technical Manual Carpentry, May 6, 1943; TM9-867 Maintenance and Care of Hand Tools, April 1945; and TM5-613, Woodworking And Furniture Repair - Repairs and Utilities, June 1946.

541. Large WYETH COMPANY ST. JOSEPH, MO Hardware catalog, circa 1950.

542. Lot of tool catalogs and other publications.

543. Two Woodworking For Industry hardbound books by John L. Feirer, both books are filled with blank pages and nothing else, will make good log books or journals.

544. Pair of adz heads inc. a poll-type marked D.R. BARTON.

545. Nice smaller crucible or lead pot and a lead ladle marked L.A. SAYRE & SON, NEWARK, N.J., very good.

546. Smaller steelyard scale with intact weight in very good overall condition; plus two large copper soldering irons, both very good.

547. Wooden carpenters tool tote with extra long auger bit; smaller steelyard scale with intact weight, very good overall.

548. Lot of plane parts including bodies for Stanley #4, #5, S5, and several others.

549. Railroad spike hammer head with the CMSTP (Chicago, Minneapolis & St. Paul Railroad) markings; large DEERE double ended wrench with some original green paint remaining, very good overall.

550. Lot of 4 usable bench planes, fore, jack smoother, block.

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