March 17, 2012, 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 to 9:30 AM)

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This auction will feature tools from the collections of the late Brian Galassini of Winnetka, Illinois; the late Lyle Harthun of Hiawatha, Iowa; and the late Wally Adams of Goodfield, Illinois. There is sure to be something in this auction for just about every tool user, collector and/or dealer.

001. Lot of 3 iron block planes: Craftsman (Sargent) 7-inch low angle, complete and very good; Stanley #60 1/2 low angle with maroon japanning; and a Stanley #140 skew bladed missing the removable side, good R&L-logo blade, also needs a knob, will make a decent user. (Photo)

002. Scarce Sargent #2204 4-inch pressed steel block plane, complete with original screw-adjusted blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

003. RARE Stanley #96 blind nail plane, used with a 1/4-inch chisel, marked PAT APLD on one side and STANLEY on the other, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

004. Pair of iron bench planes: Stanley #6 fore plane with chip in top of left side, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, bed repainted, needs blade and cap iron to be usable; plus a #5 jack plane with fine tall knob, tote missing spur, fine RECORD iron, fine overall. (Photo)

005. Stanley #3 Type 11 iron smooth plane with good rosewood tote, and fine low knob, later BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

006. Scarce Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane, fine SW logo blade, fine tote and tall knob, fine overall. (Photo)

007. Stanley BEDROCK #603 iron smooth plane, early R&L Co. BED ROCK lever cap, like new HOCK blade, newer cap iron, tote repaired in middle, fine low knob, very good overall. (Photo)

008. Stanley #100 picture frame miter clamp vise and No. 39-121 24-inch x 4-inch back saw in fine overall condition with and a like new Stanley #100 37-inch maple rule. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. Stanley #358 miter box, complete with original 28-inch saw, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

010. Stanley BEDROCK #608C iron jointer plane, nice low knob, tote spur chipped, nice STANLEY BED ROCK lever cap, 80 precent plus japanning in bed. (Photo & Photo 2)

011. Lot of boring tools: Stanley #965 10-inch brace, fine; plus several adjustable auger bits; a Stanley #49 depth stop for bits; and a wooden box full of auger and wood bits. (Photo)

012. Three mallets; one an early lignum; another with a round wooden head, very good; and a rubber 1-lb. mallet, like new. (Photo)

013. Two bench brushes. (Photo)

014. Lot of 8 misc. rules including a 6-inch LUFKIN TEMPERATURE CORRECTION FOR STEEL TAPES; Stanley #68; two fine Stanley #35-137 caliper rules; Stanley #36 1/2R caliper rule, two badly worn rules, a General #1276 12-inch steel scale, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Kunz KU51A spokeshave new in original packaging. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Pair of Stanley spokeshaves: #151 and #55 hollow faced with SW logo, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. Pair of Stanley spokeshaves: #151 and #54? with adjustable throat, both in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. Stanley #59 doweling jig in original box, WWII model with japanned body, complete fine tool in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. Stanley #95 butt gauge in original box, gauge is near new and box is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Stanley #71 1/2 closed throat router plane with 1/2-inch blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. Lot of 7 assorted screwdriver-type wrenches, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

022. Pair of coffin shaped smooth planes one with patched throat; and an A.C. BARTLETT'S OHIO 1/2-inch dado with broken nicker wedge, screw operated depth stop, will make good user. (Photo)

023. Large outside caliper; spring dividers and a inside/outside caliper. (Photo)

024. Lot of chisels including 6 mortising, one needs a handle; two gouges, and one bevel edge 1/2-inch tang chisel, all very good. (Photo)

025. Three planes: Stanley #4 with chip in front left corner; #4C Type 11 with good wood and original blade; and a #78 duplex rabbet and fillester with intact depth stop and fence, also comes with a spare fence. (Photo & Photo 2)

026. Stanley 7-inch iron block plane with knuckle jointer lever cap and adjustable throat, very good overall; plus #102 and #103 parts planes. (Photo & Photo 2)

027. Two braces: DUNLAP 8-inch ratchet brace, fine; and an all-iron Spofford Patent, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

028. Stanley Yankee #135A ratcheting screwdriver with four vials of bits including a countersink all inside a canvas pouch; and a Starrett-type handled adjustable scraper. (Photo)

029. Pair of coping saws spare bits and a small saw for installing the frets on a stringed instrument. (Photo & Photo 2)

030. Three machinist squares; one is Starrett with No. 4 graduations; Craftsman in gray paint; and a Stanley #21 combination square. (Photo)

031. Crate opening tool and a staple puller; the staple puller has a Made in Japan sticker, and the other looks Japanese too. (Photo)

032. Pair of ratchet braces; Stanley #923 10-inch, fine; and an 8-inch unknown make with light rust, will clean to good usable condition. (Photo)

033. Automotive tool roll with set of 10 Walden ignition wrenches; feeler gauge; screw driver and ignition pliers; may be a military kit. (Photo)

034. Millers Falls #6 hack saw, very good overall; and a blacksmith cutting hammer. (Photo)

035. Four sets of feathers and wedges for cutting rocks, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Set of six Japanese scissors new in original packages. (Photo & Photo 2)

037. Set of four hinge center markers all very good, plus a #214 Millers Falls saw set. (Photo & Photo 2)

038. Set of Irwin screwdriver tips, Torx bits and nut drivers for a cordless drill; plus a set of SKIL drill bits, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Keystone bibb seat reamer IOB; plus a set of C.H. Hanson Co. letter stencils IOB. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Early X-acto razor tool set with spare blades all inside the original wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Miller Dowel Joinery Kit IOB, appears to be complete and in original packaging; plus a new General contour gauge in original packaging. (Photo & Photo 2)

042. X-ACTO razor tool set complete and in original wooden box, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Two small Jorgensen parallel or cabinet clams with 3-inch jaws, new condition; plus two Jorgensen parallel or cabinet clams with 5-inch jaws, in new condition; and two HEMPE parallel or cabinet clams with 5-inch jaws, also in new condition. (Photo)

044. Four parallel or cabinet clams; two by BRINK & COTTON/HARGRAVE with 6-inch jaws; and two Jorgensen with 6-inch jaws, all in new condition. (Photo)

045. Two instrument maker's bar clamps made in Germany by Klemmsia with 8-inch jaws in new condition; old Jorgensen parallel clamp with 7-inch jaws; and meat saw with 22-inch blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

046. Pair of hand saws including a Disston & Sons D-23 26-in. by H.K. Porter, very good; plus an unusual Robt. Sorby & Sons 087Y with 26-inch 6 ppi rip saw with nice inked or etched logo on blade. (Photo)

047. Pair of hand saws; PAX No. 1 by Sanderson Brothers & Newbould Ltd. Sheffield like new with near perfect etch; plus a Disston & Sons D-19 7 ppi rip saw, very good overall. (Photo)

048. Pair of Stanley wooden levels: 30-inch #3 with broken plumb vial, otherwise very good; and a 30-inch Stanley #? with decorative brass side plates and large brass covers for plumb vials. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

049. Early 29-inch Stanley #6 or #9 plumb and level with fancy brass side views and brass corners, early football-shaped logo on top plate, appears to be a mahogany stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

050. Pair of 26-inch Stanley levels: #3, complete with both vials intact, will clean to very good overall condition; and a #0 with V-logo top plate, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

051. Stanley #30 double plumb and level in an owner-made wooden box, level has a few chips and dings and owner J.D.R. stamped his initials into it four times, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Lot of four levels that can be used as-is or restored: 28-inch Stanley #0 both vials intact, very good overall; 28-inch Stanley #3, stock bleached out, both vials intact, good overall; 28-inch Stanley #3 with extra screw in top plate, both vials intact, good overall; and a Disston & Sons 24-inch with both vials intact, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Pair of cast iron Stanley #36 plumb and levels: 24-inch with all three vials intact, some light pitting on top and bottom rails, good overall; and a 18-inch with all vials intact, fine overall. (Photo)

054. Pair of L.S.S.Co. cast iron shaft levels, both have intact vials, and both are in very good overall condition. (Photo)

055. Stanley #36? 24-inch cast iron plumb and level complete and fine. (Photo)

056. Pair of Stanley transitional jointer planes: #34 prelateral with eagle logo on toe, good R&L-logo blade, tote needs to be replaced, several bug holes in stock, good overall; and a #33 prelateral with beaded knob, tote spur has been reformed, very good overall. (Photo)

057. Pair of Stanley transitional planes: #33 jointer with good Q-logo blade, good knob, tote spur chipped, stock has hang hole in rear and was once covered with red paint; and a #129 Liberty Bell fore plane, Q-logo blade, tote spur reformed, good overall. (Photo)

058. Stanley #127 transitional jack plane, the tab that engages the cutter adjuster is broken off, otherwise this one is very good. (Photo)

059. Three transitional smoothers: Gage Tool Co. #2 that has a replaced tote but is otherwise complete and fine; Sargent #3410 that has been broken and had a bolt holding the tote section together, good for parts; and a Diamond Edge DE35 (same as a Stanley #35) that has two small wood screws in the side but is otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

060. Three transitional smooth planes: REVONOC #35 (same as Stanley #35) with rusty blade, tote broken in middle and needs gluing; good overall; Stanley #23 with little japanning remaining on frame, good overall; plus a Stanley #24 complete and in good overall condition. (Photo)

061. Stanley #113 compass plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

062. Gage Tool Co. #4 transitional smooth plane, has former owners initials J.D.F. on toe and heel, very good overall. (Photo)

063. Pair of Disston saws: 20-inch KEYSTONE DEFENDER, some light rust, will clean to very good; and a 26-inch DISSTON VICTORY with eagle logo, well used blade, good overall. (Photo)

064. Pair of Disston saws: 24-inch 10 ppi with light rust, will clean to very good usable condition; and a 26-inch #16 sharpened to rip, well used blade, very good handle. (Photo)

065. Early Keen Kutter 28-inch rip saw with unusual etch, and large eagle medallion, handle is cracked on back side. (Photo)

066. Pair of T-handled augers plus an unknown make auger handle. (Photo)

067. Unknown make 7-inch iron block plane with squirrel-tail handle, very good overall. (Photo)

068. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, SW logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

069. AMT mini block plane (same as Stanley #100) with squirrel-tail handle, complete and fine. (Photo)

070. Stanley #100 mini iron block plane with squirrel tail handle, fine overall. (Photo)

071. Pair of mini block planes: EXACTO razor blade plane, complete and fine; plus a Millers Falls or Craftsman mini block plane that has LSO cast into bed below blade, fine. (Photo)

072. Stanley #100 1/2 mini block plane with radiused bottom, BB logo blade, light rust, will clean to very good usable condition. (Photo)

073. Pair of mini block planes: G.M.CO. MFG L.I. CITY NY complete and fine; and an unmarked FOSTERS with aluminum body, fine. (Photo)

074. Tapered bung auger, very good overall. (Photo)

075. REVONOC No. 08C iron jointer plane, intact tote and knob, good original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Lot of three wooden molding planes: interesting 10-inch moving fillester plane, has brass depth stop and intact nicker, fine overall; J. CREACH moving fillester, has badly chipped fence, good overall; and a OHIO TOOL 1 1/2 inch skewed rabbet, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Stanley #8 iron jointer plane, fine BB logo blade, intact tote and tall knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Three wooden smooth planes: razee style with Sandusky blade, replacement handle, cracked at ears and having ill fitting wedge; SCIOTO WORKS with OHIO TOOL blade, split on one side; and another SCIOTO WORKS also split on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

079. Stanley #7C iron jointer plane, good SW-logo iron, partial decal remains on fine rosewood tote, nice tall knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. 080. Two crate opening hammers, one a NOX TOX by Bridgeport, plus an unusual file. (Photo)

081. Pair of iron jointer planes: Chaplin's Improved Patent 22-inch, wooden tote held by bolt that goes thru bed; some light rust, will clean to good overall; and a FULTON TOOL CO. 22-inch iron jointer, beaded knob and tote have gray paint, fine original blade, hang hole in rear of bed, will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)


083. Pair of wooden rulers: "SMOKEY'S FRIENDS DON'T PLAY WITH MATCHES; and MWTCA TRI-AREA TOOL MEET Area's "A, B & D" both in fine condition. (Photo)

084. Three folding rules: Stanley #62 2-foot 4-fold with brass binding; MAKE IT YOUR RULE TO BUY SASH, DOORS, INTERIOR FINISH, FROM WILLIAMS & HUNTING CO. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA; and a Lufkin #2881 36-inch 4-fold, stained, good overall. (Photo)

085. Stanley #1 ODD JOBS with intact level and original 12-inch rule, the head is missing the scribe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Lot of five 24-inch 4-fold rules: Stanley #68; Lufkin #651B; unknown make MADE IN U.S.A.; Stanley #61; and Stanley #62. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. BURNDY WIRE-MIKE stainless steel caliper rule, fine; and a Stanley #136 caliper rule, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Fine Stanley #136R caliper rule; plus an unusual marked Stanley #3 12-inch 4-fold rule, little patch of staining, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

089. Stanley #76s 2-foot, 4-fold brass bound boxwood rule, some staining on outside, very good overall; plus an UPSON NUT CO. #68 4-fold rule in fine overall condition. (Photo)

090. Stanley #53 1/2 architects rule, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Stanley #36 1/2R caliper rule, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

092. Lot of four 4-fold rules: Stanley #62; Stanley #163; Stanley #84 with oxidized binding; and a late model Stanley #68. (Photo & Photo 2)

093. Three iron spoke shaves: Unmarked Dunlap-type with open loop handles, very good overall; unknown make #17 with red lever cap and marked MADE IN U.S.A.; and a Stanley #63 with round bottom and nice SW logo blade, fine. (Photo)

094. Stanley #60 double bottom (flat and concave) spoke shave, some light rust, R&L logo blades, will clean to very good overall. (Photo)

095. Lot of three iron spoke shaves: Stanley #151 with rust, will clean to usable condition; Stanley #51? type with MADE IN USA blade, fine; and a Seymour Smith-type with cutout type lever cap, very good. (Photo)

096. Lot of three brass patternmaker shaves, two have flat bottoms and one is radiused, all are fine. (Photo)

097. Seymour Smith & Son double shave, complete and fine. (Photo)

098. Snell and Atherton-type heal shave, complete and very good; plus two small patern makers shaves. (Photo)

099. Lot of saw sharpening tools inc. large APEX lever set; a smaller MORRILL APEX set; three rakes; one file holder, and three saw sharpening gages; two by E.C. Atkins. (Photo)

100. Scarce Stanley #113 Type I compass plane, fine original blade, 70%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo)

101. Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane, has partial decal on side of tote, fine SW logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

102. Stanley GAGE G4 iron smooth plane, top of blade has been hit with hammer, otherwise complete and fine. (Photo)

103. Lot of four steel tape measures: Millers Falls #8212C 12-foot with lock, very good; Lufkin White Clad 12-inch; Lufkin MeasurMatic W728 8-foot; and a Lufkin No. C-9210. (Photo)

104. Three Stanley tape measures: No. 6386; No. 1210W; and a DEFIANCE by Stanley #1260. (Photo)

105. Four Lufkin tape measures: 100-foot non-metallic (cloth) in a good leather case; Ni-Clad 50-foot steel tape in a tattered case, some rust; Lufkin HW50 50-foot white steel tape, complete and fine; and a Trustworthy 50-foot, nice steel tape in a slightly worn case. (Photo)

106. Stanley Handyman #64-856 6-piece screwdriver set new in original packaging. (Photo)

107. Three Yankee-type screwdrivers: Yankee #30; Yankee #130A; and Stanley Yankee #130A. (Photo)

108. Lot of four screwdrivers: three have Perfect Handle-type handles; and one has a spring loaded folding handle that was patented as a hammer. (Photo)

109. Three layout tools: Stanley #46-101 center square: SANDS RAPID SQUARE No. RS-45 NEODESHA, KANSAS, aluminum rafter square; and a Stanley #125 combination square, level and protractor, all very good or better. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Large wooden panel gauge, good overall; plus a plumb and level set for attaching to your own board to make a level, PAT. MAY 26, 1918. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Lot: Two Stanley clapboard gauges; one Stanley clapboard marker; two Stanley #374 4-inch butt markers and one Stanley #373 1/2 butt marker. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Lot of 17 assorted auger bits. (Photo)

113. Lot of bitstock tools: four nut drivers; large tapered square reamer; three pipe reamers; two bitstock holders for round drill bits; an automotive valve lapping tool; and a countersink. (Photo)

114. Large 7 1/2-inch brass carrot-shaped plumb bob with steel tip and removable top, attached to a chalk line. (Photo)

115. Lot of 23 assorted wood auger bits including two adjustable bits one with the spare spur for larger diameter work. (Photo)

116. Large 6491-24 surveyors-type plumb bob with steel tip and removable top, includes some string, very good. (Photo)

117. Lot of four plumb bobs; one steel hexagon with removable brass top; two cast iron; and one smaller Millers Falls-style with two rows of knurling, very good. (Photo)

118. Keuffel & Esser #830010 brass surveyors plumb bob with steel tip and removable top, comes in leather holster that has a broken strap, bob is fine. (Photo)

119. Lot of four steel plumb bobs: one hexagon with removable top; one polished or plated with removable top; a large lead-filled steel bob with removable top pitted and banged up knurling on outside; and a Millers Falls style with two rows of knurling. (Photo)

120. Unmarked 6-ounce brass surveyors-type plumb bob with removable top and steel tip, like new; plus a smaller brass bob with removable top, very good overall. (Photo)

121. Lot of three saws: Millers Falls and Craftsman keyhole saws with handles that can be rotated; and a Goodell-Pratt hack saw, fine. (Photo)

122. Lot of three brass hexagon shaped plumb bobs all with removable tops and the largest having a steel tip, all very good. (Photo)

123. Pair of drawknives Keen Kutter 9-inch, very good overall; and an Enders 8-inch, very good. (Photo)

124. Pair of GENERAL No. 845 3-Way Plumb & Level for masons, builders, carpenters, plasterers, both like new in original pasteboard boxes, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

125. Pair of Stanley #2 parts planes: the first is a lateral model with Q-logo blade, good lever cap, beaded knob, tote broken in middle, left side had a brazed repair, and be used as is; and a prelateral that has also had the left side brazed and lever cap brazed or welded, nearly spent R&L blade, good beaded knob and good frog. (Photo)

126. Three Stanley bench planes: #5 1/2C with two hang holes in rear of bed; fine tote and good tall knob, BB logo blade, will make a great user; Stanley #4 smooth plane, tote and knob have been painted green, WWII model with hard rubber adjusting nut, very good overall; and a #4C type 11 that has a big chunk of the left side broken off, otherwise complete and usable or bust it up for parts. (Photo)

127. Stanley #2 7-inch smooth plane, fine T-logo blade, fine rosewood tote and short knob, fine overall. (Photo)

128. Lot of four Stanley bench planes: #5 1/2C with light rust on exposed surfaces, tote rough but usable, good tall knob, BB logo blade; #5C jack plane, fine rosewood tote and short knob, Q-logo blade, light rust, will clean to very good overall condition; #4C with crack in right side at throat, improper knob, good for frog, lever cap and blade; and a #4 WWII model with bb logo blade, stained hardwood knob, tote broken and glued in center, can be restored to usable condition. (Photo)

129. Stanley #112 scraper plane with good STANLEY blade, fine rosewood tote and low knob, fine overall. (Photo)

130. Pair of breast drills: Wards Master (Looks like a Stanley) 2-speed in green paint with stained hardwood handles, will clean to very good overall; and a MASTER MECHANIC (Bridgeport?) 2-speed with disc to lock pinion gear, very good overall. (Photo)

131. Stanley #11 belt plane for chamfering the leather belts used to operate machinery from overhead shafts, this one is complete and fine. (Photo)

132. Rare Goodell-Pratt ratcheting breast drill with double gear wheels and having a leather breast strap, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

133. Stanley #12 1/2 cabinet scraper with rosewood bottom, improper blade, hang hold on one end, very good overall. (Photo)

134. Vise-Grip Wrench #10 10-inch new in original pasteboard box, a new tool in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. Ashcroft Patent #3 26-inch pipe tong, very good overall. (Photo)

136. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with unmarked blade, nice rosewood handle, very good overall. (Photo)

137. Lot of 12 assorted stamped steel and automotive nut wrenches; the largest is marked Pierce Arrow. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. Pair of screw boxes 3/4-in. and 1-in. by HILGER & SOHNE GERMANY, both very good. (Photo)

139. Four automotive wrenches: one lug wrench and three screw adjusted nut wrenches, one is marked FAIRMOUNT CLEVELAND; and one WAKEFIELD #19. (Photo)

140. Stanley #79 side rabbet plane MADE IN ENG, complete with fence, fine overall condition. (Photo)

141. Lot of 10 assorted wrenches inc. IH 9-inch screw adjust; a patented pair of pliers designed to carry an auto battery by the posts; and an open ended PIERCE ARROW. (Photo & Photo 2)

142. Fine Millers Falls-type jointer gauge for iron bench planes, complete and fine. (Photo)

143. Three wrenches: ELGIN adjustable alligator good overall; L&S CO. BUCKEYE pocket or bicycle wrench, very good; and a 4-inch Crescent, very good. (Photo)

144. Stanley #46 skew bladed combination plow plane, with six original blades including slitter, all in fine condition, fine rosewood handle and wear strip on fence, a very good plane with fine blades. (Photo)

145. Kelly Axe & Tool Co. KELLY VANADIUM hatchet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

146. Stanley #55 combination plow plane parts: main frame that is missing the nicker, and the boss for the depth stop locking screw is chipped, center section also missing nicker and auxiliary bottom, set of long rods and four boxes containing 38 rusty blades. If you need blades, these can be restored to usable condition. (Photo)

147. Stanley H358 friction type screwdriver attachment in original box with bits, fine overall; plus a box of 10 new old stock Wm. Johnson #89 pinch dogs. (Photo & Photo 2)

148. Irwin #22 expansive auger bit in original pasteboard box, some very light rust, bit will clean to fine overall condition, box is good. (Photo & Photo 2)

149. Lot of three claw hammers; two appear to be early; and one is a late model TRUPER in near new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Stanley #45 combination plow plane in original pasteboard box with both boxes of blades, both sets of rods, cam, all stops, spar spur in envelope, 95 percent plus nickel plating, even has the business card of CARL C. STOUTENBERG, Product Line Engineering Manger (and former MWTCA member), just needs a copy of the owners manual and a proper screwdriver and it will be totally complete. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. Stanley #59 doweling jig, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. Stanley #4 9-inch iron smooth plane like new in original pasteboard box, a near new plane in a fine box with some of the original albeit tattered wax paper. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. Dremel Tool in original box with tray full of polishing, sanding and buffing attachments and lots of other attachments. (Photo)

154. Lot: Grommet Kit 3/8-inch new in original packaging; Open Eyelet Punch PU-101 fine in original box; and a 2000X 4 1/2-inch Diamond Masonry Blade, new in original packaging. (Photo)

155. Lot: NOX TOX crating tool by Bridgeport; three DASCO pin punches like new; two cold chisels and a new BOSCH 3/4-inch impact chisel. (Photo)

156. Lot of drill bits six for masonry work; one for hammer drill work, and a bag of misc. bits. (Photo)

157. Pair of Forestry Suppliers, Inc. tape measures: #39472 8-meter; and #39471 5-meter, both very good. (Photo)

158. Unmarked bench mounted woodworking vise with replaceable wooden jaws, like new. (Photo)

159. Three stapler or stapler-type tools: Arrow Fastener Co. Mod. T-50M stapler, fine; Rocafix MS50 heavy duty stapler; and a Bell System 92325 stapler that shots u-shaped staples for securing telephone wires. (Photo)

160. GRANFOSFORS BRUKS AB SWEDISH hand axe in like-new condition. (Photo)

161. CRICK 18-inch masonry level, all vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)

162. PLUMB long handled camp axe with partial sticker on head, has hang hole in end of handle, fine overall. (Photo)

163. Three boxes of bits inc. full set RYOBI cordless drill bits; special masonry bit for mounting screws into concrete; and a partial WORK FORCE drill bit set. (Photo)

164. E.C. Stearns & Co. bench mounted saw vise plus a pair of brass hames knobs. (Photo)

165. Large lot of misc. tools including cabinet scraper blades; drill gage; Stanley razor knife; scraper with plastic handle; tweezers, scissors; engineers scale 1:100 1:80; 1:50 1:40; etc. (Photo)

166. Grinding platform by VERITAS; angle gage for chisels and plane irons; and a diamond tipped grindstone dresser, all are fine. (Photo)

167. Lansky Sharpening System components, three boxes of hones guides, and oil and a stand mounted on a board. Patent No. 4,471,951. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. Lot of 21 sharpening stones and two rust erasers all in a small wooden drill bit box. (Photo)

169. Lot of four Japanese water sharpening stones three in their original boxes, all are little used and all of different grits. (Photo)

170. Two Lee Valley water sharpening stones; plus a Japanese Nagura stone, all very good. (Photo)

171. Three large Japanese water stones; one is white 6000 grit; one is 4000 grit and one is 240 grit. All come in original boxes and are fine.

172. Three sharpening stones; one is 100 grit; 800 grit in original boxes and a carborundum with two different grits that has been used to sharpen gouges. All are very good.

173. Lot of lapping and honing tools including a plate glass; a leather strop; and a stropping board with leather on both sides; a lapping kit made in Canada; Green rouge; Craftsman set of 4 buffing wheel compound; and a set of tubes that contain different grades of buffing wheel compounds, never used.

174. Large lot steel wool, sandpaper, wax and other items useful around the shop.

175. Large Japanese wooden mallet with steel bands and makers decal, very good.

176. Merit framing or rafter square with VERITAS stair buttons, fine.

177. Wooden bench hook, made of plywood, very good overall.

178. BucketBoss Brand nail apron and tool belt that match, both very good.

179. Steel cabinet CORNELL-DUBLIER CAPACITORS with lift lid and two drawers, 20-inches long; 8 inches deep; and 5 1/2-inches tall.

180. Empty mahogany Starrett box with hinged lid.

181. Large lot of brass drawer pulls, all like new.

182. Lot: Wrist Rocket-type sling shot; leather rifle rest for bench shooting; LEM pistol lead remover revolver cleaning kit; and a box of gun oil and cleaning supplies.

183. Tool and building related books: Fine Woodworking Techniques; Tag Frid Teaches Woodworking; Woodwork Visualized; Units in Woodworking; Construction Geometry; Making Woodwork Aids and Devices; and several pamphlets.

184. Lot of MWTCA Gristmill magazines and Fine Tool Journal plus a envelope of MWTCA reprints of Stanley tool users manuals.

185. Lot of Fine Woodworking magazines 1987, 1988 and 2003.

186. COMFORT self-heating gasoline fueled sad iron, this one has light to moderate rust, an intact wooden handle, comes with a stamped or pressed steel trivet. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

187. Coleman self-heating gas sad iron, body and wooden handle are painted with what looks like an original blue, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

188. POTTS SIZE 2 BEST ON EARTH sad iron with quick-release wooden handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

189. Century Model 351 Alternating Current brass bladed electric fan, patented Dec. 29, 1914, has an early cloth electric cord that needs to be replaced, nice guard, it's all there but needs a good cleaning and at least a new cord. (Photo & Photo 2)

190. Small Shimer Patent (U.S. No. 497,136) sad iron with quick-release handle, made on patent issued May 9, 1893 to Milton J. Shimer of Freemansburg, Pennsylvania, this on has had the top 1/2-inch broken off of the release lever, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

191. Unknown-make 5-lb. sad iron, has number 5 inside a shield on top and an integral handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

192. Four iron bench planes: ECLIPSE 14-inch jack plane, complete and very good; Stanley #4, complete and very good; SHELTON No. 04 9-inch, complete and fine; and an unknown make 8-inch with Stanley blade, complete and fine. (Photo)

193. Small Myers Patent (U.S. #539,700) sad iron with quick release handle, made on a patent issued May 21, 1895 to Ruben J. Myers of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania, the forward portion of the release lever is broken off of the handle, the base and rest of the handle are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Coleman INSTANT-LITE MODEL 609A, B.W. TULLIS patent (U.S. #Des 119,646) gasoline flatiron manufactured by the Coleman Lamp & Stove Co., Wichita, Kansas, comes with a fitted trivet, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. Antique miniature AJAX battery powered electric motor, mounted to a block of wood complete with a Chicago Laboratory Supply and Scale Company switch, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

196. Four iron bench planes: Wards LAKESIDE 8-inch, complete and very good; CORSAIR 9-inch complete and fine; DUNLAP 9-inch, complete and fine; and Ohio Tool Co.? 05C with WORTHINGTON blade, bent lateral lever and coat of clear lacquer, very good overall. (Photo)

197. Two wrenches: SPEEDNUT WRENCH CO. CHICAGO 8-inch self-tightening PAT. MAY 12, '16; plus a 6-inch Robinson screw-adjusting side jaw nut wrench; both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Patented cast iron keyhole saw handle, has patent date AUG 28, 1877 cast into one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

199. Two wrenches: FLASHS'L'S EIFEL-FLASH Plierench, very good; plus an 8-inch U.S. HAME CO. Lawson patent adjustable pipe wrench; NPRY railroad logo stamped into frame, both in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

200. Five food choppers with wooden handles, all have light rust on the blades and would need to be cleaned if they are to be used for anything other than decorative purposes. (Photo)

201. Pair of Stanley planes: #4 smooth plane with a Sargent Hercules blade, and paint splattered on good rosewood tote and knob, very good overall; and a #78 rabbet and fillester plane, blade marked WARDS MASTER, complete and very good. (Photo)

202. Three food choppers all having light rust on the blades; plus an unknown tool that may be for kitchen use or used in the leather/sewing trades. (Photo)

203. Lot of three wooden planes: 15-inch A.C. BARTLETT'S OHIO PLANES jack; 8-inch SCIOTO smoother; and a Continental screw-arm plow. The plow has several thread chips but is very good overall. (Photo)

204. Lot of three planes: Stanley #35 with repainted frame and body opened on one side for rabbeting, good overall; 9-inch smoother; and an Ohio Tool Co. #6 hollow. (Photo)

205. Lot of three wooden planes: Sandusky #67 moving fillester, complete and very good; 8-inch NEW YORK TOOL CO. smoother; and 15-inch jack that has had a new wooden sole attached. (Photo)

206. Fishing Tackle Antiques And Collectables - Reference And Evaluation of Pre-1960 Tackle book by Karl T. White, very good overall. (Photo)

207. Two level-wind fishing reels; Ocean City 1529 with bakelite body, Made in Philadelphia; and a Shakespeare True Blue 1956, Model FE. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. The Dorling Kindersley Encyclopedia of Fishing The Complete Guide To The Fish, Tackle, & Techniques of Fresh & Saltwater Angling hardbound book, complete with dust jacket, very good overall. (Photo)

209. Nice Repair Outfit Goodrich Tires tin box with fishing lure inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Two level-wind fishing reels; one Shakespeare No. 1950, Model FC; and Pflueger Trusty Trademark No. 1933 Made in U.S.A. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Great Lakes Level-Winding casting reel in original box, has been partially disassembled, needs two screws to put the cover back on. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Pflueger AKRON No. 1893 level wind fishing reel in original box with brochure. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Pflueger SAL-TROUT #1558 fly fishing reel. (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Pflueger No. 1963 NOBBY level wind fishing reel in original box with pamphlet. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. Two Pflueger level-wind fishing reels: TRUMP 1943; and AKRON 1893. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Pflueger No. 1933 TRUSY level wind fishing reel in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Pflueger No. 1993-L level wind fishing reel in original box with pamphlet. (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Stanley #45 Type 2 or 3 with reversible fence, all three main sections, two depth stops, slitter, one blade in plane and a wooden box of 17 additional blades, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

219. Stanley #45 combination plow plane TYPE I with girl scout device on fence, missing nicker on main frame, entire plane has been tastefully repainted, very good overall. (Photo)

220. Stanley #45 combination pow plane with long and short rods, early date cam rest, three depth stops, long and short rods, and box of 13 blades in one wooden blade box, has extra-long rosewood wear strip on fence, very good overall. (Photo)

221. Wiley & Russell Mfg. Green River wheelwright's traveler, very good. (Photo)

222. Hand forged blacksmith's double caliper, very good. (Photo)

223. Unusual short handled tools that has a chisel like end on one side and is sharp on the other other side so as to cut on the pull stroke. Maybe some type of tobacco or other harvesting tool. (Photo)

224. Patented Transistional & Metallic Planes in America 1827-1927 (PTAMPIA) Vol. I by Roger K. Smith, some foxing on title page, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

225. Patented Transistional & Metallic Planes in America 1827-1927 (PTAMPIA) Vol. II by Roger K. Smith, complete with dust jacket, very good. (Photo)

226. Three transitional bench planes: Stanley BAILEY #27 jack plane in fine overall condition; a similar but unmarked plane with twisted lateral lever, very good overall; and a Stanley #35 handled smoother. (Photo)

227. Stanley #3 Type 11 smooth plane, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

228. Stanley #3 smooth plane with fine wood, BB logo blade, very good overall; plus a Shelton No. 4 smoother that is missing the blade, very good overall. (Photo)

229. Two transitional smooth planes: Sargent #3409 complete and very good; plus a Stanley #122 Liberty Bell, that has been sprayed with lacquer. (Photo)

230. Pair of planes: Stanley #122 Liberty Bell transitional smooth plane, complete and very good; and a compassed horn smooth plane with nearly spent Wm. Ash iron, with numerous bug holes, very good overall. (Photo)

231. Large continental wooden jointer plane, PEUGEOT iron, very good overall. (Photo)

232. Framed poster 1984 LOUISIANA WORLD EXPOSITION called REVENGE OF THE RIVER 2084 by James Wines THE ARCHITECT AS ARTIST THE OFFICIAL FINE ART PORTFOLIO, measures 33 X 24, is matted and framed. (Photo & Photo 2)

233. Limited edition print called RIVER ROAD Painted in 1989 by Ron Picou, #2617 of 2500, depicts the Steamboat Natchez, measures 19 X 33 and is matted and framed. (Photo & Photo 2)

234. Limited edition print called Le Port Acadien Painted in 1989 by Ron Picou, #1996 of 3500. Measures 19 X 33. (Photo & Photo 2)

235. Lot: Millers Falls hand drill; broken coachmaker's T-rabbet plane; unusual bung pick hammer; and a Stanley #36 18-inch cast iron shaft level. (Photo)

236. Pair of sheath knives inc. ORIGINAL BUFFALO STIRNER EDGE BRAND SOLINGEN GERMANY; and the other a KORIUM, both very good. (Photo)

237. Lot of six assorted zig zag rules including a nice Millers Falls No. 160; Stanley X-227; and Lufkin Two Way. (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Three assorted tape measures: Lufkin White Clad; another Lufkin; and a Stanley #6386 DIRECT READING. (Photo & Photo 2)

239. Pair of Stanley cast iron levels: 9-inch with Eclipse vial covers, fine overall; and a #36 9-inch level with shaft groove on bottom, very good overall. (Photo)

240. L.S. Starrett #512 steel tape in a small leather case, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

241. Three advertising tapes: FRED CARLSON CO. DECORAH, IOWA; Cutlas Gear & Mfg. Vinton, Iowa; and CAPITAL ENGINEERING & MFG. CORP. (Photo & Photo 2)

242. Three advertising rules: 7-inch SILVERCUP SHOE SUPPLIES RUBY LEATHER COMPANY; 6-inch BILTRITE SOLES & HEELS; and an 18-inch roll up advertising PRECISION SAW SHARPENING VERNE ILTEN HARDWARE. (Photo)

243. Three torpedo levels including large rosewood RABONE with brass top; one of the smaller ones is marked STEVENS 339 or 399. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Two tape measures: small Lufkin in a chrome plated round case; and a DEFIANCE by Stanley No. 1260, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. SWIFT & ANDERSON INC. BOSTON MASS surveyors sighting level, brass body, very good overall. (Photo)

246. Like new SCORE KNIFE Patent 3,355,804; plus a KEMPER HC3 hole cutter, like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. Stanley #39 1/2 nickel plated machinists pocket level, SW logo on top plate, fine overall; plus a 6-inch cast iron Bridgeport? level, good overall. (Photo)

248. Bridgeport Hardware Co. rosewood tool handle, with bits inside, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Stanley GAGE G4C OVB made for Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett Hdw. Chicago, proper OVB blade, fine rosewood tote and low knob, light rust, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

250. Stanley #193 fiberboard beveling plane, with seven different attachments; pair of rods, tote broken at base and glued, good knob, very good overall. (Photo)

251. Fine Stanley BEDROCK No. 603C FT, with SW logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

252. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, early model with Stanley name and model number in script lettering, R&L logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Stanley BEDROCK 603C RT early type with the STANLEY R&L CO. BEDROCK lever cap, later BB logo blade, very good tote has small sliver from side, low knob chipped at base, very good overall condition. (Photo)

254. Stanley #98 and #99 side rabbet planes both having their original depth stops, the #98 has light rust on back side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Stanley BEDROCK #604 FT with V-logo blade, fine tote and good tall knob, BEDROCK lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

256. Pair of braces inc. PS&W ratcheting with coco handles, very good overall; and a penny brace in very good overall condition. (Photo)

257. Stanley VICTOR #20 compass plane, BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

258. BRIDGE TOOL CO. ST. LOUIS, MO transitional smooth plane (same size as Stanley #35) complete and fine. (Photo)

259. Stanley BEDROCK #605 FT jack plane with later model rosewood tote, good low knob, late BB-logo iron, very good overall condition. (Photo)

260. Stanley #35 prelateral smooth plane, eagle logo on toe, tote broken in middle and glued, very good overall; plus a Liberty Bell #122 that is missing the head of the screw that secures the lever cap, light rust on blade, knob chipped at base, good overall. (Photo)

261. Stanley #40 scrub plane with good beach tote and tall knob, V-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

262. Stanley #39 3/8 dado plane with intact depth stop and nickers, very good overall. (Photo)

263. Stanley BEDROCK #608C RT with STANLEY BED ROCK lever cap with crude braze job on back side, T-logo blade, nice rosewood tote and tall knob. (Photo)

264. Stanley BEDROCK #607 RT with STANLEY R&L CO. BED ROCK lever cap, SW logo blade, scuffed low knob, tote broken in middle and glued, light rust to all exposed surfaces, will clean to good or better usable condition. (Photo)

265. UNION XNO.8G (grooved bottom) complete with original blade, good tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo)

266. UNION #411 compass plane, a former owner broke the rear handle and fabricated a nice replacement, the disc is missing from the lateral lever, good overall. (Photo)

267. Stanley #71 router plane with intact throat closing attachment, 1/4-inch and V-logo blades, very good overall. (Photo)

268. Keen Kutter KK71 open throated router plane, 1/2-inch blade included, the nut that adjusts the blade is from a Stanley block plane, very good overall. (Photo)

269. Stanley #66 Type I beader with 85%+ japanning, one beading the double and triple blade included, includes straight fence, very good overall. (Photo)

270. Pair of Stanley scrapers: #81 cabinet scraper with rosewood bottom, V-logo blade, light rust on blade, very good overall; plus a #80 with V-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

271. Four scrapers: Two different Stanley #82 long handled scrapers, both very good; a Stanley #292 complete and very good; and a Hook Scraper #75, complete and very good. (Photo)

272. Pair of bench planes: Stanley-type 9-inch iron smoother with broken tote, cracked knob, and light rust over most surfaces; and a Stanley #122 Liberty Bell transitional smoother, not marked on toe, STANLEY on blade, very good overall. (Photo)

273. Fine ECE 6-inch transitional smoother with applied sole unknown dark wood, marked on side with former owners license number, and has tag on back MADE IN WESTERN GERMANY. (Photo)

274. Three Stanley bench planes: #3 with good tote and tall knob, BB-logo blade, STANLEY lever cap, fine overall; #4 Type 11 smoother, tote broken and glued at base, good low knob, very good overall; and a #5C with Q-logo blade, tote spur MIA, good low knob, very good usable condition. (Photo)

275. Three iron block planes: unknown make 5-inch with squirrel-tail handle, complete and fine; MARSH #102, missing the original lever cap, original blade, very good; and an unknown make 4 1/2-inch in blue paint with red cap, MADE IN USA cast in rear of bed, looks like a toy. (Photo)

276. Millers Falls #5 (same as Stanley #75) complete and in fine overall condition; plus a wooden BIER-HOBEL (Beer Plane) that is actually a bottle opener. (Photo)

277. Three mini block planes: Craftsman 3 1/2-inch, complete and very good: Stanley #101P, complete and very good; and a Stanley Rule & Level Co. #101 that needs a light cleaning but is very good overall. (Photo)

278. Unknown make 3-inch carpenter's slick, very good overall condition. (Photo)

279. Pair of handsaws: RANCHER by DISSTON 20-inch, some light rust, will clean to very good; plus an unusual Disston ACME 120 Warranted to run without set in seasoned lumber only and is not for general use, being very hard an attempt to set may break teeth, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

280. D.R. BARTON 3-inch carpenters slick, the business end could stand to be reground, but overall it is very good. (Photo)

281. Pair of handsaws: Keen Kutter rip with 5 ppi, blade has been coated with clear lacquer or something similar, will clean to very good overall; and a Disston 5 1/2 ppi rip that has a thumb-hole handle, some rust on blade, will clean to usable condition. (Photo)

282. Two adjustable hollow augers, the one on the left is pitted on the bottom; the E.C. STEARNS on the right is complete with depth stop and is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

283. Pair of hand saws: DISSTON D-8 26-inch 10 ppi blade, complete and very good; and an 18-inch metal or nail cutting saw, MUST NOT BE SET. (Photo)

284. Large and medium sized dowel or spoke pointers that can be used in a brace. (Photo & Photo 2)

285. Pair of back saws: Henry Disston 16-inch has light rust, missing medallion and some chipping from bottom of top handle spur, good overall; plus a CRAFTSMAN KROMEDGE 15-inch 11 ppi, fine overall. (Photo)

286. Lot of three bitstock tools: fixed hollow auger with intact depth stop, complete and fine; medium sized dowel or spoke pointer, with round shaft; and a die stock in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

287. Lot of three hand saws: nearly spent Woodrough & McParlin rip saw made expressly for MOORE & WESTCOTT IOWA CITY, IA; Disston D-23 26-inch, will clean to very good; and a Disston D95 24-inch with Tenite (hard rubber) handle, bottom spur of handle MIA, will clean to usable condition. (Photo)

288. Pair of adjustable washer cutters for use in a brace, at least one by GOODELL PRATT, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

289. Three handsaws: Craftsman 26-inch, very good overall; Disston 19-inch 10ppi, split-nut handle, good overall; plus a 22-inch Disston with damaged handle. (Photo)

290. Pair of rosewood marking and mortise gauges (similar to Stanley #77) one had worn points; the other has good points but the brass rub block that goes under the screw is missing, both still usable. (Photo)

291. Lot of four handsaws including a Disston D-23 26-inch 8ppi very good overall; Disston D8 26-inch 5 1/2ppi, fine overall; Pennsylvania Saw Works 26-inch, very good; and a Disston 26-inch. (Photo)

292. Lot of four braces; one has an unusual split chuck shell, and one once had a gear wheel and was a combination drill/brace. (Photo)

293. Stanley #45 combination plow plane in original wooden box with both sets rods, three depth stops, beading stop, early style cam with sheet of paper announcing the new cam, tattered remains of original instruction pamphlet, and cutter box with a total of 20 blades including the two in the plane, slitter and a fillester blade, a fine complete plane in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

294. Goodell-Pratt corner brace and a Millers Falls #108 angle boring attachment for braces, both very good. (Photo)

295. Two iron bench planes: Stanley #5 1/2 jumbo jack plane, tote spur is broken in half; rust and peeling japanning in rear of bed, will clean to good usable condition; and a Stanley #6C iron fore plane, 1/2 of tote spur broken off, good BB-logo blade, nice tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

296. Goodell-Pratt chain drill, complete and very good. (Photo)

297. Stanley #7 iron jointer plane, very good rosewood tote and tall knob, fine BB-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

298. Pair of A.H. REID "Lightning Braces" Patented Dec. 12, 1882, only one has a bit, both are fine. (Photo)

299. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, has small chunk missing from rear right side, fine early style tote and low knob, fine Q-logo blade, very good usable condition. (Photo)

300. Stanley #57 core box plane with one set of risers, V-logo blade, fine wood, and an original crossbar with turnbuckle, fine overall. (Photo)

301. A.C. BARTLETT'S OHIO PLANES #125 handled screw-arm plow plane with screw-operated depth stop, has split wedge, and a few minor thread chips, includes one #2 Sorby blade, very good overall. (Photo)

302. Interesting Sheffield-style brace by Slater in a fitted wooden box with 23 assorted bits, brace is cracked on one side, a nice set overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

303. WM. BURROWS WORCESTER wedge-arm plow plane with set of six Jas. Douglas & Co. blades 1, 2, 4, 7 & 8, all in fine overall condition. (Photo)

304. Lot of three drills: ZIMMER MFG CO. medical drill; CLAWSON Patent JOIC made by JO MFG CO. handle and chuck can be adjusted to any angle, very good; and a DUNLAP with pistol grip, very good. (Photo)

305. Lot of three push drills: Yankee #41; Goodell-Pratt; and a Stanley Yankee #41, all very good. (Photo)

306. Pair of gauges; unknown make marking and mortise gauge (appears English) rosewood body, bass slide, fine overall; and a very nice Stanley #65 marking gauge. (Photo)

307. Pair of long handled scrapers including a MERIT TOOLS (Sears, Roebuck & Co.) made by Sargent, very good overall. (Photo)

308. Pair of marking and mortise gauges: unmarked Stanley #77 complete and fine; and a boxwood model patented Oct. 22, 1872, also complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

309. Fine OHIO TOOL CO. 8-inch folding handle drawknife. (Photo)

310. Pair of Stanley #80 cabinet scrapers, one older and one newer; the newer one has most of the original decal and the SW logo on the back strap, both are very good. (Photo)

311. Pair of wooden levels: Disston & Morss 33-inch with decorative side views, plumb vial broken, entire level needs refinishing; plus a 30-inch Stanley #3 that has intact vials, a hang hole in one end of stock, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Diamond Edge DEM220 iron block plane in the original pasteboard box, plane is fine, box has tear on top but is otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Pair of Stanley levels: 28-inch #3 both vials intact, fine overall; and a 28-inch #0? has a chip at one corner and a hang hole at one end, both vials intact, good usable condition. (Photo)

314. Stanley #220 7-inch iron block plane in original box, plane is fine, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

315. Pair of Stanley levels: 28-inch brass bound with mahogany or rosewood stock, plumb vial MIA, fine overall; and a #30 double plumb and level with brass plum vial covers on one side, on plumb vial dry, entire stock painted tan or brown color and will need to be stripped. (Photo)

316. MERIT TOOLS (Sears, Roebuck and Co.) No. 5278 iron jack plane, tote broken at base and glued but plane is fine and in a very good box. (Photo)

317. Stanley #60 1/2 low angle block plane with maroon japanning, a late U.S. production in a English pasteboard box, a very good plane in a scuffed but intact box. (Photo & Photo 2)

318. Stanley #191 SW rabbet plane, complete with depth stop, very good overall; and a Stanley #192 that is missing the depth stop but is otherwise fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Stanley #271 mini router plane, MADE IN ENG comes in original box and is like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

320. Stanley #48 tongue and groove plane, earlier model with vine casting handle, fine rosewood knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Stanley #59 doweling jig in original box, complete and like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Stanley #4 iron smooth plane in original pasteboard box, tote has been broken and glued, like new BB-logo blade, a little used late model #4 in fine overall condition in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Stanley Handyman jack plane #12-205 (old number H1205) with blue japanning or paint, in original box, this had to be the end of the line for U.S. production, a new plane a very good cardboard box. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. FINE Stanley #46 Type I or 2 skew bladed combination plow plane, with intact auxiliary bottom on fence, no provision for slitter or rear depth stop, unslotted screw heads, extra long top spur on fine rosewood handle, one blade included. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Stanley #338 level stand for wooden levels, can be mounted to a tripod and will hold a level fitted with sights, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane with SW logo blade, very good usable condition; plus an early Stanley #98 right handed side rabbet plane, has former owner AWJ's initials stamped into top of knob, otherwise fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

327. Stanley #79 side rabbet plane, missing fence, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with STANLEY blade, nice rosewood handle, very good overall. (Photo)

329. Pair of Starrett tools: #115 square, very good; and a #425 3-inch inside/outside caliper, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Pair of early Stanley No. 93 butt or hinge markers, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. Lot: Brown & Sharpe adjustable square with 12-inch scale and intact scribe, fine overall; plus a set of stair buttons; and a Brown & Sharpe No. 554 machinist square in original box top, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Pair of calipers; the larger one looks like a medial caliper or craniometer like those used in the pseudoscience of phrenology, and it has a scale at the top and is marked with the rod of Asclepius symbol, nice nickel plating fine overall; and the smaller one is an outside caliper, it too is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Lot of three pliers; and paper or sheet aluminum punch and a pair of side cutters, all will need a good cleaning. (Photo)

334. Two interesting claw hammer heads: one is a nail holder by CHENEY; and the other is a non-sparking AMPCO ALBR. (Photo & Photo 2)

335. S.H. CO 10-inch nippers; two fencing pliers with staple claws; and a BERNARD snap closure installer? Marked H.L. Judd Co. New York, fine. (Photo)

336. Stanley #20 8-inch square, very good; plus three rosewood handled sliding bevels, two by Stanley; #25 6-inch and #25 8-inch; plus one that has the patent date Sept. 4, 1877 cast into the brass screw, all very good. (Photo)

337. Four dividers; one by PRITZLAFF; and one GAMBLES EXPERT; and a pair of inside calipers. (Photo)

338. Four Stanley layout tools: #18 bevel with 6-inch blade, fine; #18 bevel with 10-inch blade, fine; #20 try square with 8-inch blade and an unusual pair of #58 dividers, fine. (Photo)

339. Lot of three different Stanley pocket levels that can be attached to a square; two have brass tops and one steel, all appear to have their original screw, very good overall. (Photo)

340. Lot of four assorted saws including two jewelers types; and a brass plate that is marked with different scales for weighing? Wheat, Corn/Oats; Peas/Beans/Barley; and Flax. (Photo)

341. Stanley #44 Bit & Square Level like new in original pasteboard box; box is split at one corner but is otherwise fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Three plumb bobs: the two on the left are Millers Falls; the smaller one is fine, the other will need cleaning; the one on the right looks like a Goodell Pratt. (Photo)

343. Five small levels; Stevens Line and Surface Level in original box; SCHULTES LEVEL INC. DETROIT, NO. 21Y8.5/R; Williamsburg Mfg. 4-inch hexagon; two more line levels and a Millers Falls level from a breast drill. (Photo)

344. Two plumb bobs; one with nickel plating and one brass with steel tip; and a brass weight that was found with the bobs. (Photo & Photo 2)

345. Stanley #34V 4-inch machinist-type shaft level new in original box, one corner of box top is split; a new level in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

346. Pair of layout tools: Avery sliding bevel with a former owners name G.L. DICKOVER marked on the blade; plus an unknown marking gage with brass, steel and mahogany, marked PAT APPLD FOR. This one may be missing a piece or two. (Photo & Photo 2)

347. Fine Stanley #36 1/2R caliper rule. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Pair of Lufkin #386 caliper rules, one is fine the other is worn on the outside and good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Stanley #36 1/2 caliper rule complete and fine; plus a Stanley #68 also fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Unmarked Stanley #1, 12-inch 4-fold rule, fine overall; and an E.A. STEARNS & CO. #29 brass bound 12-inch 4-fold rule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. Five smaller screwdrivers and an awl; two Yankee No. 15 ratchet screwdrivers; three additional screwdrivers and a awl, all with wooden handles. (Photo)

352. Wooden mallet, scraper handle, chisel and two screwdrivers. (Photo)

353. Three screwdrivers: 4-inch Crescent Tool Co. combined hammer and screwdriver; Yankee #3400 offset ratcheting; and a Perfect Handle type MADE IN GERMANY. (Photo)

354. Lot of 11 chip carving knives with wooden handles, all have light rust and will need to be cleaned. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Lot of three screwdrivers: 4-in-1 nested type MADE IN U.S.A.; B.M.CO. LIC, NY offset ratcheting with Phillips and flat blades; and a Goodell Pratt with interchangeable bits that are stored inside the handle, the business end can be turned around when not in use. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. Six glass cutters: three all steel RED DEVILS; a wooden handled Red Devil; and two of unknown make. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. Pair of Stanley planes: No. S5 unbreakable or malleable steel jack plane, complete and very good overall; plus a #78 rabbet and fillester plane with intact depth stop and fence, fence locking screw is improper, very good overall. (Photo)

358. Pair of Stanley block planes: Stanley 6-inch with knuckle jointed lever cap; and a 60 1/2 low angle block plane, BB logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

359. Pair of Stanley planes: BEDROCK #605 FT with T-logo blade, tote broken in middle and missing spur, knob chipped, rust on exposed surfaces including in bed, will clean to usable condition; plus a early Stanley #78 rabbet and fillester plane with intact depth stop and fence, fine overall. (Photo)

360. Pair of Stanley block planes: #60 1/2 low angle with small chip in lever cap, otherwise very good; plus a 6-inch with knuckle jointed lever cap, a few small chips at rear of throat, good overall. (Photo)

361. Four smooth planes: Craftsman (Sargent) #3740BL 4-EDGE BLADE, very good overall; two unknown make 8-inch smooth planes, and a Liberty Bell #104 steel smoother that is missing the original lever cap and has a crude replacement, very good rosewood tote and tall knob. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. Three iron block planes: Stanley #140 rabbeting that is missing the removable side plate, otherwise very good; B PLANE 6-inch with Excelsior-style body, fine overall; and an OHIO TOOL CO. #69 3/4 Marks Patent that is missing the original tail handle, and the lever for the lever cap needs to be peened into place. (Photo)

363. Peerless 48-inch #220 (4-foot) bound on all edges with aluminum; on dry level vial otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. Unknown make 48-inch (4-foot) brass-bound masons level, all vials intact, fine overall. (Photo)

365. L.M. CURRY CO. BRIGHTON, MICH. 46 1/2-inch masons level with L.M.C. embossed glass plates covering vials and a paper label with the makers name and location, very good overall, the level vials are MIA, all four plumb vials intact, only the second level by this maker that we have seen. (Photo & Photo 2)

366. Stanley #42-348 48-inch (4-foot) mason's level brass bound on long edges, ends caped with rubber, fine overall. (Photo)

367. Stanley #2514 48-inch (4 foot) mason's level with brass end plates, all six vials intact, fine overall. (Photo)

368. Unknown make 48-inch (4 foot) mason's type level with oversized vials, all vials intact, this one has an opening for hanging a plumb line, well worn. (Photo)

369. EMPIRE MILWAUKEE WI 48-inch (4 foot) masons level with brass bound edges, fine overall. (Photo)

370. Stanley #180 98-inch inside measure, very good overall. (Photo)

371. Lot of three wooden advertising rules: 48-inch FULL MEASURE Mutual Funds, very good; SHAFF IMPLEMENT CO. URBANA, ILL, 48-inch, very good; and a MARTIN BROS. IMPLEMENT CO. ROANOKE, IL 36-inch, very good. (Photo)

372. Unknown make 4-foot sliding inside measure No. 240, MADE IN U.S.A. very good overall. (Photo)

373. Pair of steel trammel points one with micro adjustment, fine overall. (Photo)

374. Three chalk line reels: two DANDEE-REEL models by Cedarberg Mfg. Co. Mpls. Minn.; and one STANLEY with plastic body. (Photo)

375. Lot of Stanley tools: #18 sliding bevel with 6-inch blade, good overall; #36 6-inch plumb and level with shaft groove, complete and fine; plus a pair of level sights for wooden levels, complete and very good. (Photo)

376. C.S. Osborn dividers; an unusual screwdriver with wrench in the handle marked DOMESTIC and PAT MARCH 13, 1877 made by Henry Disston, very good overall; and GOODELL PRATT nested screwdriver set, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. Pair of brass plumb bobs: a HEMPE #37435N 8-ounce new in original packaging; plus a 16-ounce LEITZ surveyors type made in TAIWAN in a well worn leather sheath. (Photo)

378. Unusual tool for sharpening cork cutters. These were used in labs to sharpen the cutters that would cut the cork stoppers used to seal test tubes. (Photo)

379. Three plumb bobs; the first looks like a PERFECTION that has been painted black, good overall; the second is a Millers Falls and is very good; the smallest one is unmarked. (Photo)

380. KUKER-RANKIN INC. SEATTLE surveyor's sighting level in fine leather pouch that can be mounted to a belt. Patent 1,741,422, fine overall. (Photo)

381. KEUFFEL & ESSER No. 83 0010 brass 16-ounce plumb bob in original pasteboard box, like new. (Photo)

382. Lot of carpenter's pencils mounted on two pieces of plywood. Makes a nice decoration for the wood shop. (Photo)

383. Pair of surveyors type plumb bobs: 12-oz. General in original cardboard tube with tin top and bottom, this bob is dirty and corroded; plus a fine 8-ounce brass with removable top and tip in original maroon pasteboard box. (Photo)

384. Woodworker's Companion poster reprinted from an 1880s Stanley original by John Walter in 1994, in nice frame with glass. Suitable for decorating your tool room or shop. (Photo)

385. Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett Chicago OVB nickel plated plumb bob in fitted wooden box, the bob is fine; the box top has a cracked lid, about 75% of label is intact. (Photo)

386. Single Starrett trammel point and a nice leather lace slitter. (Photo)

387. Unmarked Stanley #1 brass plumb bob with built-in reel and a steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

388. Stanley #111 nail set; two wooden chalk line spools, and a Stanley #69-122 awl, all very good. (Photo)

389. Lot: brass plumb bob with removable top and steel tip; plus a brass weight and a small brass fishing line sinker? (Photo)

390. Two small wooden planes: a RADI PLANE for rounding edges; and a 5 1/2-inch horned smoother that looks like a child's toy. (Photo)

391. Fine brass turnip-shaped plumb bob with removable top and steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

392. McKinnell Cincinnati screw arm plank-type plow plane, needs an iron and a good cleaning, will clean to good overall condition; plus a CHILD, FARR & CO. ST. LOUIS unhandled plow plane with bruised wedge, otherwise very good. (Photo)

393. Two steel plumb bobs one unmarked and one a scarce Goodell-Pratt both very good; plus a set of Starrett #111 stair gauge fixtures. (Photo)

394. Three iron block planes: Stanley #130 complete and fine; #60 1/2 low angle with chip at front corner, good usable condition; and a #140 skew bladed that is missing the side plate but is otherwise OK. (Photo)

395. Stanley #50 light duty plow plane, very good overall. (Photo)

396. Lot of four wooden planes: John Weiss & Sohn round; Sandusky #94 round; C.J. Smith & Co. Cint. O.(Ohio) 5/8-in. center bead; and a EXTRA QUALITY No. 116 skewed rabbet. (Photo)

397. Stanley #4C smooth plane in original box, box has water staining and clear tape on corners, plane is fine. (Photo)

398. Stanley #9 1/2 block plane in original box, plane is very good, box is tattered and stained. (Photo)

399. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane in original box, plane is fine, box is very good. (Photo)

400. Medium sized Logan No. 1400 9x18 screw-cutting metal lathe, complete with 4-jaw chuck, intact and working compound slide and tool post, tail stock, all gears in fine shape, includes back gear. This unit was mounted to a wooden work bench in the heated garage we found it in. If you need a small, metal lathe for little projects, this is a good little lathe. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Lot of assorted antique light switches, brass switch plates, light socket, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Stanley #30 angle divider with SW logo on blade, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

403. Three cranked gouges, the two smaller ones by Buck Bros. and the largest by Witherby, all three are fresh from a patternmaker tool chest, the larger of the two Buck Bros. has a brazed repair in the bend of the tang, all three are in fine usable condition. From the same patternmaker chest as lots, 405, 407 and 409. (Photo & Photo 2)

404. Fine Keen Kutter sliding bevel with a 10-inch blade, plus a very nice SANTO WEST GERMANY rasp. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Fine 1/8-inch Buck Bros mortising chisel with nice wooden handle; and a very good Keen Kutter chisel with original Keen Kutter plastic handle. From the same patternmaker chest as lots 403, 407, and 409. (Photo & Photo 2)

406. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, complete and very good; plus a stamped sheet steel Hobbies-type mini block plane made in Germany and marked on lever 7376 and on blade HARDENED AND OIL TEMPERED TOOL STEEL GERMANY, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. Three gouges: the one in the center by Buck Bros and the other two by Witherby, the Buck Bros. in the center has a few small patches of rust, all are very good to fine. From the same patternmaker chest as lots 403, 405, and 409. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Belknap Bluegrass iron jointer fence for iron bench planes, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Lot of six fine carving tools, two D.R. BARTON, #28 & 32; three Buck Bros. and a #4 Addis, All are from the same patternmaker chest as lots 403, 405, and 407. (Photo & Photo 2)

410. Starrett No 18-B automatic center punch; and a patented BALOON TIRE GAGE in a calf skin sheath by A. SCHRADER'S SON, INC. (Photo & Photo 2)

411. Unusual Goodell-Pratt Co. No. 2 glass cutter, unusual brass key/wrench; and a depth stop that clamps onto a wooden auger bit, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

412. Ocean City No. 900 Surf, Pier and Boat Reel, 200 yard size, in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

413. Shakespeare Direct Drive level winding reel 1924 in original box with pamphlet and wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

414. Pflueger ROCKET No. 1355 level winding reel in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

415. Pflueger CAPITOL No. 1988 Free Spool Multiplying reel in original box with two wrenches and envelope of washers. (Photo & Photo 2)

416. Pflueger TRUMP No. 1943 level winding fishing reel in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

417. Box and pamphlet only for a Pflueger SAL-TROUT No. 1554 Gun Metal. (Photo & Photo 2)

418. Tin and cardboard boxes of Pflueger fish hooks. (Photo & Photo 2)

419. KAUTZKY TOP IKE fishing lure. (Photo & Photo 2)

420. Pflueger SUPREME No. 1573 level wind-anti-back lash fishing reel in original box with wrench, pamphlet, grease and spare handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

421. Pflueger SKILKAST No. 1953 level wind fishing reel in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

422. Snell & Atherton heel shave, complete and very good plus a FORD screw adjust nut wrench. (Photo)

423. Lot: three center bits, one spoon bit, small pocket square; four-fold caliper rule; and a Moulson Bros. tapered bench plane blade. (Photo)

424. Carving mallet of lignum or a boxwood-type wood; plus a Stanley #80 cabinet scraper. (Photo)

425. A plated Wm. Marples Sheffield-style plated brace that has been broken and glued in the middle of the handle; plus an unusual brass rabbet plane with inlaid square pieces of bone and having a patent date of April 2, 1889. (Photo & Photo 2)

426. Five assorted plow plane blades and two scraper blades. (Photo)

427. Two hardbound books: Waterfowl Carving with J.D. Sprangle; and The Elements of Style Revised Edition. (Photo)

428. Two tool books: The Antique Tool Collector's Guide to Value by Ronald S. Barlow; and Christie's Collectors Guides Woodworking Tools by Christopher Proudfoot and Phillip Walker. (Photo)

429. Two of Martin J. Donnelly's Catalogue of Antique Tools books 2000 & 2002. (Photo)

430. The Handplane Book by Garrett Hack, paperback edition with dust jacket, very good. (Photo)

431. Six M-WTCA Tool Club catalog reprintes: Bench Work in Wood by Goss; W.F. & John Barnes Co. Rockford, IL Catalogue No. 67; Sargent Tool Book 1911; Stanley Rule & Level Company's Combination Planes; A.J. Wilkinson & Co. Hardware and Tools; and Jackson & Tyler, Tools And Supplies. (Photo)

432. Several M-WTCA Tool Club reprints inc. Israel White broadside; packet of tool pamphlets; J.M. Waterston Tools catalog; Forty Years of Hardware by Saunders Norvell; Cheney Hammer Co's 1904 catalog; & Buff & Berger Engineers' and Surveyors' Instruments. (Photo)

433. Four books: A Museum of Early American Tools by Eric Sloane; and M-WTCA reprints of Ohio Tool; Winnie Machine Works; and New Britain Hardware Center. (Photo)

434. Original The Stanley Tool Guide 1941 top corners crunched. (Photo)

435. Seven Home Improvement books: Repairs by Walter J. Simmons; Wiring Basic Repairs, Advanced Projects; Walls, Floors & Ceilings; Country Planes by Natalie; Bathrooms by Rick Harrison; Plumbing Installation and Design by L.V. Ripka; and Modern Carpentry by Willis H. Wagner. (Photo)

436. Eight misc. books: How to Make Wooden Planes by David G. Perch and Leonard G. Lee; Practical & Decorative Woodworking Joints by John N. Bairstow; Popular Science Woodworking Projects 1989 Yearbook; Scroll Saw Puzzle Patters; Building a Strip Canoe by Gil Gilpatric; The Weekend Woodworker by John A. Nelson; Fine Woodworking on Planes and Chisels; Thos. Moser Winter 2006. (Photo)

437. Stanley #45 beading stop, two short rods and photo copies of #45 instruction booklet. (Photo)

438. K&E paralell rule with chipped ends in original box; and a sawed off Stanley level that is good for vial and top plate. (Photo)

439. Lot: Cross Country Motor Oil tin pitcher; hog scraper; Little Giant razor planes IOB, a pair of safety glasses and a Brooks Equipment and Mfg. Co. Knoxville, Tenn. ruler shown is not included. (Photo & Photo 2)

440. Symphonion music disc plus three wax cylinders. (Photo)

441. Shipwright's poll adz, has rust and will need a good cleaning. (Photo)

442. Two-piece teak swim ladder for a boat. (Photo)

443. Large brass lamp or light shade marked on tag SCOTT LAMP CO. LTD MAKERS, PAT'D JULY 1883, ADMIRALTY SERVICE, ST. JOHNS SQUARE, BIRMINGHAM.

444. Pair of old wagon seat springs in black paint. (Photo)

445. Vintage Old Town Boat Works 9 1/2-foot wooden dinghy, with oars and nice removable brass oarlocks, mahogany seats, as nice as they get. Larry had this one suspended from the ceiling in his living room. A copy of the original order blank from 1947 comes with this one. It shows that this is boat #151703, built in a GRADE AA which is the very best available. (Photo & Photo 2)

446. Nice model of a 3-masted sailing ship.

447. Lot of four Ohio Tool Co. wooden molding planes: #116, 1 1/2-inch skewed rabbet; to #72 rounds; and #116, 3/4-inch skewed rabbet, all can be easily put back into service. (Photo)

448. F.E. SCHMIEDING & CO. ST. LOUIS (Hardware dealers in business from 1857-1873) #7 round and #6 hollow planes, both in fine overall condition. (Photo)

449. Ohio Tool Co. No. 91 twin-iron 1 1/8-inch nosing plane, complete and fine; plus a MEYER & SCHULZE ST. LOUIS, Mo (hardware dealers from 1857-1859) rabbet plane, numerous bug holes and chipping on right side near the heel. (Photo)

450. Unknown make wooden toothing plane with fine SANDUSKY TOOL CO. toothing iron, very good overall condition. (Photo)

451. Ohio Tool Co. #75 1-inch grooving plow 1/2 of a tongue & groove set; plus a SHAPLEIGH, DAY & CO., 119 N. MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS, MO (Ohio Tool) NO. 75 tongue cutting 1/2 of a tongue & groove set, very good overall. (Photo)

452. LYON & SMITH CINT OHIO toothing plane fitted with a regular Ohio Tool plane blade, for scraping?, has one chip at corner of mouth, otherwise very good. (Photo)

453. Five wooden molding planes: three rabbets; a small Greenfield Tool Co. round; and an Ohio Tool hollow. (Photo)

454. SHAPLEIGH, DAY & CO. 103 N-MAIN ST., ST. LOUIS, MO 3/4-inch tongue cutter, fine overall; plus a Sandusky 1-inch skewed rabbet, needs rust removed from blade, very good overall. (Photo)

455. Three wooden planes: 7-inch wooden smoother; PEUGEOT horn plane missing horn; and a 16-inch OGONTZ wooden jack plane, good overall. (Photo)

456. Pair of wooden bench planes: J. PEARCE, NEW YORK single-iron 8-inch smoother, will clean to very good overall condition; and a SCIOTO WORKS 16-inch jack plane with nice OHIO TOOL global logo iron. (Photo)

457. Stanley #6C iron fore plane, nice rosewood tote and low knob, two patent dates in bed, has frog adjuster screw, very good overall. (Photo)

458. Stanley #26 transitional jack plane, early prelateral model, good overall. (Photo)

459. Stanley #32 transitional jointer plane, blade MIA, has Bailey's Pat. on chip breaker, tote spur has been broken off and nailed back on, stock shows little signs of previous use, fine overall. (Photo)

460. GAGE TOOL CO. #18 24-inch transitional jointer plane, tote spur MIA, otherwise complete and fine. (Photo)

461. Three bench planes: Stanley #29 20-inch prelateral transitional fore plane, good overall; plus two wooden jack planes. (Photo)

462. Three Stanley levels: 18-inch plumb and level, complete and fine; 18-inch #104 complete and very good; and a 12-inch #104 complete and fine. (Photo)

463. Pair of Stanley #21 combination squares, one with 12-inch rule and one with 6-inch rule, both have SW logo and both are fine. (Photo)

464. Pair of masons levels: Stanley #313 24-inch aluminum, all vials intact, the plaster is falling out of one side; LAKESIDE #2094 18-inch, all vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)

465. Two telescoping surveyor's targets, both are OK. (Photo)

466. Lot of three wooden levels: No. 1295 18-inch DEFIANCE by Stanley, both vials intact, good overall; Stanley 16-inch #102 level, complete and very good; and a 12-inch combination inclinometer and ruler advertising LEROY CLARK SONS WELL DRILL business in Monticello, IA, very good overall. (Photo)

467. Stanley #510 inside measure, measures to 10 feet, very good overall. (Photo)

468. Lot of four Stanley wood levels: 24-inch #104 with cherry stock, complete and fine; a 26-inch #0, complete and very good; and two 24-inchers for rehab #00 and #3.

469. Lot of three plumb bobs: large cast iron; brass with removable top and steel tip; and a Millers Falls-type with double row of knurling and painted silver. (Photo)

470. Lot of three saws: keyhole and two pad saws. (Photo)

471. Three plumb bobs: large brass Keuffel & Esser Co. 18-ounce with removable top and steel tip; smaller cast iron model; and a 6-ounce brass surveyors-style with removable top and steel tip, fine. (Photo)

472. Lot of eight misc. tools inc. wallpaper cutter; hook knife; two paper knives? etc. (Photo)

473. Three plumb bobs: brass model with removable top and steel tip; wooden model; and a brass with hexagon-shaped body and having a knurled top. (Photo)

474. Stanley #45 plow plane early nickel plated model with floral casting, all three main sections, knob on the frame, three depth stops, beading stop, original cutter box with 20 plow and bead irons, a very good user. (Photo & Photo 2)

475. Lot of 10 different bitstock tools. (Photo)

476. Pair of small oil cans. (Photo)

477. Two Stanley razor knives, a homemade wooden shave, and one handed scorp. (Photo)

478. Lufkin #7166 sliding inside measure, measures to 12 feet, very good overall. (Photo)

479. Unusual 78-inch aluminum mason's type level, very good overall. (Photo)

480. Lot of six iron block planes: Stanley 7-inch with knuckle jointed lever cap, improper front knob, good overall; Craftsman 7-inch missing front knob; Craftsman (Sargent) 6-inch; Fulton 7-inch; Craftsman (Sargent) 6-inch; and a Stanley #60 1/2 low angle, missing throat adjusting cam, and sides painted green.

481. Stanley Quartz Analog wrist watch like new in original box with all paperwork. (Photo & Photo 2)

482. Lot: adjustable auger bit; hex-shaped steel plumb bob; and an Executive Desk Chum stainless steel folding rule and letter opener marked Lapham-Hickey Co. Chicago, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

483. Large wooden tool chest with one sliding till, folding handles, fixtures on inside of lid for holding square and saws, has clasp for locking, tin lid and a folding bracket on right side to keep the lid from opening too far, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

484. Unknown make small electric motor, this looks like an early battery-powered model, it looks to be in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

485. Nice railroad padlock by the Hansl Mfg. Co. for the CM ST P & P RR (Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Pacific) Railroad, has a brass shackle, and spring-loaded dust cover, NO KEY, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

486. Two early electric motors: Robbins & Myers AC/DC M3054, very good overall; and an unknown battery-powered motor on a rusty metal base with a switch, needs to be restored. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

487. Pair of Hagerty Patent (U.S. #2,040,482) railroad padlocks the well-worn one on the bottom is marked with patent number and with CMSTP&P RR (Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad), both are missing their keys. (Photo & Photo 2)

488. Lot: Two brass belt buckles, brass tops from hames; and a copper valve. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. Pair of padlocks: all-brass EXCELSIOR 6 LEVER, missing key, but otherwise very good; and a Slaymaker railroad lock marked on dust cover LANC. PA USA, and on front of shackle SOO SW and on back of shackle 1960, no chain or key, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

490. Lot: Horse bit; 9-inch auto nut wrench; large antique key; and pair of sugar nippers. (Photo)

491. Pair of padlocks: smaller unmarked one is complete with key that does not open the lock; larger one is a railroad lock marked on front of shackle MST&SSM RR (Minneapolis St. Paul & Sault Saint Marie Railroad Co.) and on back of shackle 1959, has a length of chain with it. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Fine KING & CO. HULL wooden compass plane with very good A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW tapered iron and cap iron; plus an Ohio Tool round plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

493. Pair of unusual locks: The one on top has a spring loaded shackle, point bottom, very good overall; and an all-brass railroad type lock marked on shackle EAGLE LOCK CO. TERRYVILLE, CT. U.S.A., both locks missing keys. (Photo & Photo 2)

494. Two iron block planes and four spare block plane blades including two L. BAILEY, one Stanley R&L, and one Tower & Lyon Chaplins. (Photo & Photo 2)

495. Pair of padlocks: COLUMBIA 6-LEVER all brass, very good; and a steel SLAYMAKER railroad lock with section of chain. (Photo)

496. Six bench plane blades, two with chip breakers; and one wooden marking gage. (Photo & Photo 2)

497. Lot of four padlocks: All-brass model with US cast in big letters on both sides of the body; a Slaymaker with a brass body and having a 5 cast into back; a YALE JUNIOR and one that is unmarked and has some pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

498. TRINER AIR MAIL ACCURACY SCALE, in nice original blue paint, plated beam, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. Four padlocks: mini ABERCROMBIE'S CAMP, mini WALSCO; MAJESTIC; and YALE; none has keys, plus a plated tube with spring inside that may be for counting U.S. dime coins. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. Fairbanks 16-oz. capacity balance with nice original paint with gold highlights and intact decal, brass beam, weight and copper pan, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

501. Lee's Patent (U.S. #2,282,660) Corn Cutter and Creamer, new in original box, the cutter is like new, the box is missing one end flap and the other flap is tattered. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

502. Large 34-pound tinner's stake anvil. (Photo)

503. Lot: Ratchet brace, Millers Falls #5 hand drill with handle full of bits, two wooden boxes, two open-ended S wrenches; and two steel rods. (Photo)

504. Merriam cast iron leg corn cutter, made on three patents (U.S. #154,765; #157,292; & #471,889) issued to J.W. Parker of Palmyra, Wisconsin & Viola, Illinois. (Photo & Photo 2)

505. Flower vase and bracket like those found on horse-drawn hearses and in early luxury automobiles, beautiful deep blue glass and nickel plated bracket, fine overall condition. A very similar but electrified example can be seen in U.S. Patent #1,781,835. (Photo & Photo 2)

506. Unusual head for a Klye Drilling Device (Electrician's type joist drill), made on a patent issued Feb. 18, 1913 to William H. Kyle of Akron, Ohio, this is the head only with ratcheting mechanism and intact leather pull cord, it is missing the telescoping support pole shown in the patent, this is the first of this make we have ever seen or sold; plus a wooden screw clamp, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

507. Scarce wall-mounted buggy whip holder made of japanned cast iron, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

508. Pair of 6-inch nippers; 6-inch Wilde Wrench slip-joint pliers; 6-inch needle nose pliers; and pair of 5-inch needle nose pliers. (Photo & Photo 2)

509. Lot of bitstock tools including four center bits; two spade bits; four gimlet bits; two countersinks; a nut driver; and a scarce Lewis Patent (U.S. No. 90,759) single twist auger bit. (Photo & Photo 2)

510. Four pair of plier-type tools: 6-inch HARROLD pliers; 6-inch Bridgeport Radio-Lectric N0. 445 needle nose pliers; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

511. Lot including a Keen Kutter 1/4-inch socket chisels (needs handle); Keen Cutter cold chisel; THOMAS ADAMS leather punch, and numerous other chisels, punches, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

512. Three plier-type tools: FORD (Herbrand) pliers; hand forged nippers; and a nickel plated pair of jewelers type pliers with one convex jaw and one concave. (Photo & Photo 2)

513. Four Audel Carpenter and Builders Guide books Vols. 1-4, all intact. (Photo & Photo 2)

514. Three plier-type tools: UTICA No. 1932 10 1/4-inch fencing pliers; FULTON AM nippers; and CRAFTSMAN 6-inch tin snips. (Photo & Photo 2)

515. Three Wullweber wrench books: The Antique Wrench Book; Northern Plains Antique Wrenches & Tools; and the 1977 Northern Plains Antique Wrenches & Tools Supplement, all are very good. (Photo)

516. Lot of five farm-related tools: two hog ringers including a Heesen Patent double ringer (U.S. No. 226,915); a hog scraper; hoof knife with bone handle; and a wooden stitching machine for sewing grain sacks, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Original Brown & Sharpe machinist tool catalog No. 31 (1929) with semi-hard covers, cover is creased and there is writing on the first blank inside page, very good overall. (Photo)

518. Two kitchen tools: a jar opener for mason jars; and a GEM can opener and cap lifter, both in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Pair of M-WTCA stoneware coffee cups from a 1988 Wisconsin? meeting. (Photo)

520. Three farm tools: Heller Patent hoof knife (U.S. No. 719,797); an unmarked hoof knife; and a double ended hog scraper. (Photo & Photo 2)

521. Lot of 11 assorted tools with wooden handles including several awls; a bearing scraper; mini soldering iron; glass cutter, tack lifter, and a few we can't identify. (Photo & Photo 2)

522. Lot of 8 screwdrivers one with a nail holder; plus a Buffum Tool Co. tack lifter; and a wooden handled scratch awl. (Photo & Photo 2)

523. Six wooden planes inc. a bug-eaten coopers howell by POND & WELLES; Ohio Tool handled smoother with side blown out, rough; an A.TULLOCH 5/8-inch dado, both wedges and wooden depth stop need replacing; an unknown 5/8-inch boxed side bead, faint makers mark, broad chamfers, very good; a S.S. BARRY NEW YORK tongue cutter, very good; and a 1 1/8-inch rabbet marked D.M. BALLOU, cracked wedge, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

524. Pair of C.S. Osborne leather slitters, both very good overall condition. (Photo)

525. Three wooden marking gages, and a crude homemade sliding bevel. (Photo)

526. Decatur Coffin Company Oct. 7, 1884 spiral screwdriver, needs new wooden handle, very good; plus a little Goodell-Pratt ratchet screwdriver, no bits. (Photo)

527. Unknown make faint "CLEVELAND" mark 10-inch wood handled nut wrench, cracked wood handle, and frozen screw, good overall; an 8-inch twist handle nut wrench, pitted on both sides but still working; and a 6 1/2-inch wood handled nut wrench, "CLEVELAND U.S.A." logo, some mild pitting, good working condition. (Photo)

528. Two wrenches: C.L.&M. CO. 14-inch 1 1/4-inch double open-ened nut wrench, coated with lacquer, very good; and a BEMIS & CALL H&T CO. combined pipe and nut wrench with long-sleeve adjuster nut, very good overall. (Photo)

529. Pair of hatchets: Hand forged tomahawk type with leather sheath; and a HURD'S RAZOR BLADE ATCO STEEL GLASSPORT, PA broad hatchet, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

530. Three 8-inch wood handled nut wrenches including a nice H.D. Smith PERFECT HANDLE, all very good. (Photo)

531. Two 10-inch all steel adjustable nut wrenches: late model Billings, complete and fine; and a Whitman & Barnes "RAILROAD SPECIAL" with "C.&E.I.R.R." stamped into top jaw, complete and fine. (Photo)

532. Billings & Spencer 5-inch center adjusting PIERCE ARROW nut wrench, some light rust, fine overall. (Photo)

533. Pair of 8-inch wood handled wrenches: H.D. SMITH PERFECT HANDLE pipe wrench, chipped wood on handle, very good overall; and a BEMIS & CALL CO. nut wrench with short hex adjuster nut, very good overall. (Photo)

534. International "IHC" 9-inch VANDEGRIFT PATENT center adjusting nut wrench, fine overall condition. (Photo)

535. Pair of hatchets: Fulton Tool Co. with mangled nail claw, good overall; and a Winchester camp hatchet with replaced handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

536. PLUMB riveting hammer, light rust, will clean to fine overall condition; plus a steel mallet with replaceable wooden faces; and a big brass hammer. (Photo)

537. Two crate opening hammers, a NOX TOX by the Bridgeport Hardware Mfg. Co., complete and very good; plus one marked SHIELDS ELEVATOR CO., BENSON, ILL, complete and fine. (Photo)

538. Two hog snouters and a mystery item with iron ends and round wood in center. (Photo)

539. Two small hammers and an all-iron hatchet with and A over C logo that was probably a giveaway from a candy or tobacco company. (Photo)

540. Primitive hand adz that looks like it was dredged or dug up from a watery hole, suitable for decorating; and an unmarked wire twister with internal spring, very good. (Photo)

541. Two crating tools: R-R MFG. Co. CHICAGO, ILL PAT. APPLIED, COMPLIMENTS OF KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO. with rough hammer head, well worn; and a THOM Patent (U.S. #669,106) crating tool, marked on one side of head BONNER QUALITY TOOLS, and on other side PAT MCH 5, 1901, very good. (Photo)

542. Nicely executed hand forged fork; plus a part of a carpet stretcher? (Photo)

543. Pair of trace chains used to connect a horse harness to a wagon or other vehicle. They went from the hames down to the wagon tongue. The toggles were run through rings which made the connection. (Photo & Photo 2)

544. Three hammers including a farrier's, and an unusual all steel model with twisted handle. (Photo)

545. Two boxes of gun wads (1) GRAPHINE GUN WADS by The Graphine Gun Wad Co., MUNCIE, IND. U.S.A. and (2) 250 No. 12 WHITE FELT GUN WADS FOR USE OVER POWDER by THE UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. U.S.A. (Photo & Photo 2)

546. Double spokeshave with brazed repair to one handle; a mystery tool marked BETZ; and another mystery tool with scissor-type handles. (Photo & Photo 2)

547. Foxboro 100 psi pressure gauge in nice housing with brass rim and intact lens. (Photo & Photo 2)

548. Three pocket or bicycle-type nut wenches, including a MOSSBERG A-1; and a HERCULES with loop handle. (Photo)

549. Military brass stencils kit in wooden box with sliding lid, marked on lid STENCIL U.S. OUTFIT, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

550. Three pocket or bicycle-type nut wenches, including a 6-inch HERCULES with loop handle. (Photo)

551. Tool Set For Boys child's tool set on original card stock, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

552. Three wrenches including two pocket or bicycle-type nut wenches including an W&B ACME with twisted handles; and a 6-inch WALWORTH MFG. STILLSON adjustable pipe wrench. (Photo)

553. Lot: tire knocker with leather wrapped handle; two unknown cranks; depth stop for a hollow auger and a pipe reamer for a tobacco pipe. (Photo)

554. Bullet mold marked "110" and a small cask of push-drill bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

555. Scarce Siegley Patent plow plane with micro adjusting fence, this is only the 4th example of this unusual plane that we've seen and only the second we've sold, plane is intact with three main sections, rods, both depth stops and one blade, will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

556. Three parts for early Stanley #45 combination plow planes; beading stop; rear depth stop and a early-style dated cam rest, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

557. Stanley #35 transitional smooth plane, complete and very good; plus four different sized hollow augers, two by WALES FRENCH, and two by DOUGLAS MFG. CO. (Photo & Photo 2)

558. Pair of 4-inch side cutters marked La Cross 1069, spring between handles is broken; and a 4-inch Crescent wrenched marked JAMESTOWN, N.Y. (Photo & Photo 2)

559. Two pocket or bicycle wrenches; one a MOSSBERG A-1; and one marked BAY STATE, both very good. (Photo)

560. Two set of bits for tool handles; 12 in one set and 8 in the other, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

561. Two pocket or bicycle wrenches; one marked BAY STATE; and one with loop handle. (Photo)

562. Set of seven IRWIN auger bits inside a canvas bit roll, all very good. (Photo)

563. Self-pulling chain drill; vial housing for Stanley #30 level; and a skewed chisel. (Photo)

564. Stanley #9 1/2 iron block plane like new in tattered yellow box; plus several plane parts including a wooden tote, strap and screws for #80 scraper; blade and foot for throat closer on router plane. (Photo)

565. Four hole saws that would fit into an electric drill; plus a tapered bitstock reamer and a bitstock die holder with two dies. (Photo)

566. Wooden box with sliding lid that contains six small carving tools, all are fine, plus two wooden boxes of drill bits and a DIETZGEN box with replacement tape for a tape measure. (Photo & Photo 2)

567. Two small oil cans, the smaller one is marked SINGER so it's most likely a sewing machine oiler. (Photo)

568. Lot of chip carving tools in original plastic pouch. (Photo)

569. Eight assorted chisels including one with broken tang, three with damaged sockets, a very nice Stanley #60 1-inch. (Photo)

570. Four assorted chisels including two mortising chisels; a nice cranked knife-edged float; and a large VAUGHAN solid-steel 3 7/8-inch chisel. (Photo)

571. REX MFG. CO. ST. LOUIS "DOGENBUN" two handled cast iron corndog baking tool, little light rust, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

572. Two cutters for glass tubing, plus three circular glass cutters, one needing the cutter secured to the beam with a new nut. (Photo & Photo 2)

573. Cast iron NUT CRACKER by WHITE MOUNTAIN FREEZER INC. This one would mount to a wooden table or counter top, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

574. Unusual wooden bodied cork screw, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

575. Lot of misc. tools: lead working tool for lead body or plumbing work; brass sprayer; two Griswald waffle iron handles; iron file handle and tire gage. (Photo & Photo 2)

576. StS Siegley transitional jack plane, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

577. Pair of transitional jack planes: Union No. 26 and Ohio Tool Co. both in good or better overall condition. (Photo)

578. Four block planes including an unmarked 8-inch model with wooden knob; a Keen Kutter KK9 1/2, complete and very good; a Sargent or Dunlap that is missing its blade; and a Millers Falls #55 low angle that is missing the throat plate. (Photo)

579. Two iron spokeshaves including a Seymour Smith & Sons and one unmarked; plus a fine body for a Stanley #151. (Photo)

580. Traditional open wooden tool tote or tool box with brass poll for carrying, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

581. Lot: Clay of England brad pusher; modeling spatulas in original packaging; pencil leads for carpenter pencils; partial box Lee Valley carpenter pencils; Stanley #90 single beam marking gage; line level; center marker for hinge work; and two Japanese striking knives. (Photo)

582. Lot: 3M sanding block; 1/2-inch bevel edge chisel; two misc. wrenches; Ervin wood handled screwdriver; another screwdriver; two jewelers screwdrivers; glass cutter; de-magnetizer/magnetizer; general magnet; jewelers vise missing the wedge. (Photo)

583. Lot: large T handled gimlet; 8 black gimlets and a razor saw with forward handle. (Photo)

584. Winchester #3030C iron fore plane, tote spur has been reworked, proper iron and lever cap, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

585. Pair of drawknives: PEXTO 10-inch, complete and usable; and an unmarked 8-inch folding handle drawknife, in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

586. Pair of iron jack planes: UNION No. X5 with vertical post adjuster, proper iron, tote is broken and is missing its spur, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

587. Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett OVB 8-inch folding handle drawknife, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

588. Four all-steel screwdrivers one with twist handle, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

589. Three unusual clamps: one has BW and JJ cast into the fixed top jaw; the other two are marked MADE CZECHOSLOVAKIA. (Photo & Photo 2)

590. Two hammers: 2-oz. PLUMB with additional mark OCT. 1966 and G.A. BAZZOON, has part of original sticker on nice handle; plus a cobblers hammer in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

591. Starrett #436 0 to 1-inch micrometer with satin finish like new in original box bottom; and a Starrett speed indicator. (Photo)

592. Stanley #21 combination square Pat. 1,984,951 complete with scribe and intact level vial, very good; and a Millers Falls 6-inch square, complete with scribe and intact level vial, very good overall. (Photo)

593. Two 16-ounce claw hammers: E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER K111 1/2, complete and very good; plus a CRAFTSMAN #3836 with chrome plated shaft and rubber handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

594. Three edge tools: N.Y.C.R.R. (New York Central) single bit axe head, very good overall; U.S. MANN 1944 Forrest Service hatchet head; and a SANTA FE (railroad) broad hatchet head, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

595. Seven assorted hammer heads: PHOENIX and STANLEY HANDYMAN claw hammer heads; two ball peen heads, the larger one by Winchester, and three misc. heads by Stanley, C.S. Osborne, and unmarked. (Photo)

596. Five assorted wrenches: two 3/8-inch ratchets one by S-K Tools; a HERBRAND 903-A spud wrench; WALKER TURNER lug wrench, and a WARDS MASTER 5/8 & 3/4-in. double box ended wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

597. Winchester double open ended wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

598. Large set of stamped ignition wrenches, a pair of pliers and a spark plug gapping tool all inside a plastic holder, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

599. Six assorted automotive type wrenches inc. E.W.B. Co.; CHROME-VANADIUM S-wrench; NASH; ARMSTRONG; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

600. Lot of seven stamped steel wrenches, the spanner at the top is marked L.C.N. (Photo & Photo 2)

601. Lot of four pairs of nippers one by Keen Kutter, another DASCO #312, all very good. (Photo)

602. Five pairs of pliers including J.P. DANIELSON CO; UTICA #259 P-8 BELL SYSTEM; ENDERS; CEETEECO By Crescent; and UTICA #21 4 1/2-inch round needle nose. (Photo)

603. Lot including a Stevenson & Knowlson Patented leaf separator for lubricating auto leaf patented June 8, 1915, fine; tool for installing valve spring keepers?, Japanese parallel pliers; plier like tool marked NATIONAL TATTOOING REG. ASS'N for tattooing ID marks in animal ears; and a pair of MH #3 pliers. (Photo)

604. Lot of six plier or plier-like tools including O.P. SCHRIVER Patent IXL chain pliers; the largest pair has a broken spring; MH A pliers; MILTEX WEST GERMANY needle-nose pliers; KLEIN & SONS #322 4 1/2-inch needle nose pliers; and POWER CRAFT 4-inch channel lock-type pliers. (Photo & Photo 2)

605. Lot of 12 mostly stamped steel wrenches, a few look like they came with early sets of wrenches; M58 malleable; ACME #2029; and a tiny #116. (Photo)

606. Stanley #130A Yankee screwdriver with flat & Phillips bits; wood handled ice pick advertising SOUTHLAND ICE; and a Yankee #45 push drill with full set of bits inside handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

607. Lot including three Starrett #298 key seat rule clamps; four screwdrivers including a small Stanley #146 and a brass nested set, a line level; and a set of 5 mini precision screwdrivers. (Photo & Photo 2)

608. Three wrenches and a See's Candy adverting hammer; wrench on top is marked LAMPS & LANTERNS; and a CRESCENT 4-inch adjustable. (Photo & Photo 2)

609. Two early E-Z butt gauges 3 1/2 and 4-inch with leather sheaths; two torpedo levels, one by SANDS DETROIT, and one by FIRESTONE; and a No. 225 bevel. (Photo)

610. Two Starrett outside calipers; a Millers Falls inside caliper and an unmarked pair of dividers. (Photo)

611. Lot including a two Stanley 3-inch rosewood handled squares; a good Stanley #25 8-inch sliding bevel; and an unmarked ratcheting screwdriver that needs work on the ratchet mechanism. (Photo)

612. Stanley plane parts including a complete frog, iron and lever cap for a #3 sized plane; a complete frog for a #4 1/2, 5 1/2 or 6 plane; a frog and iron for a #4 sized plane and a complete frog and iron frame for a #35 transitional plane. (Photo)

613. Plane parts: five iron block planes and a fine Stanley #3 smooth plane body and frog. (Photo)

614. Stanley SW #93 butt and rabbet gauge, fine; Great Neck #243 coping saw (needs blade); and two E-Z butt barkers 3 1/2 and 4-inch both in plastic sheaths, all very good. (Photo)

615. Bates Automatic Eyleter by the Bates Mfg. Co. Orange New Jersey, complete and very good. Just fill the hopper with eyelets, and you are ready to go. (Photo & Photo 2)

616. Lot including Phillips Golf Spike wrench; scythe handle; fine 7-inch Keen Kutter scissors; very good Townley Hardware Kansas City 8-inch scissors; Holub FC-5 fuse clamp; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

617. Large lot of shoe or boot maker's tools. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

618. Lot: inside/outside calipers; early tin mouse trap; small C-clamp; two saw tools, combination ignition wrench and feeler gauge, etc. (Photo)

619. Lot: Stanley butt gauge, Defiance tape measure; two block planes and a rosewood handled bevel with 12-inch blade. (Photo)

620. Lot: horse bit; can opener; mini claw hammer; steel handled gimlet, paint can opener, etc. (Photo)

621. Lot: wood handled gimlet; brake tool; mini tin drill index full of mini twist drills; hair clipper; M. KLEIN & SONS side cutters; etc. (Photo)

622. Lot: Two oil cans, dividers; combo inside/outside calipers; saw set and mystery tool. (Photo)

623. Lot: Wheel dresser, soldering iron; file, screwdriver; two small gouges, etc. (Photo)

624. Yoke for a farm bell and an architectural iron star. (Photo)

625. Lot: adjustable hollow auger; fixed hollow auger; two Stanley #45 beading stops, etc. (Photo)

626. Small steelyard scale with intact weight; plus a bench mounting vise that has a welded repair. (Photo)



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