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2nd Annual

FALL ANTIQUE   ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION

December 1, 2012, 9:35 AM

Harvester Lions Club

4835 Central School Rd.

St. Charles (St. Louis), Missouri 63304

(preview Friday from 2 to 6:30 PM)

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001. Disston 26-inch D-23 by the H.K. PORTER CO. complete and fine with 10 ppi blade and a very nice etch; plus a 20-inch 10ppi panel saw with nice rosewood? handle, WARRANTED SUPERIOR medallion, former owner's initials PRC or FRC lightly scratched into wooden handle, fine overall. (Photo)

002. Wood and iron double tree, very good overall condition. (Photo)

003. Unknown make 28-inch rip saw with 5 1/2ppi blade, some fine pitting from an earlier cleaning, WARRANTED SUPERIOR medallion, nice handle, good overall; plus an 18 1/2-inch (possibly cut down from a longer saw) unknown make crosscut saw with split-nuts securing handle, handle is cracked all the way round the center screw, some pitting, good overall. (Photo)

004. Nice blacksmith's leg vise, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

005. Disston 26-inch KEYSTONE 5 1/2 ppi rip saw with nice handle, good etch on blade, very good overall. (Photo)

006. Primitive hand forged T-auger with gimlet-type bit, very good overall. (Photo)

007. Pair of handsaws: Dunlap 26-inch 8ppi, complete and fine; and a Craftsman 24-inch 10ppi blade, complete and very good. (Photo)

008. BRILLIANT EXTRA STEEL square coal or gravel shovel with wooden D-shaped closed handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. Pair of handsaws: Craftsman 26-inch 11ppi blade, fine overall; and a Craftsman C80 rip saw with 26-inch 5ppi blade, complete and fine. (Photo)

010. HUBBARD & CO. PITTSBURGH, PA INDESTRUCTIBLE round nose shovel with closed handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

011. DISSTON D-23 rip saw with 26-inch 5 1/2 ppi blade, complete and fine. (Photo)

012. Unusual MONTAMOWER CO. Traverse City, Michigan rotary "mowing machine" Montague Patent law mower, this mower is very lightweight and it actually cuts grass, it was made by the MONTAMOWER CO. on a patent issued AUG. 21, 1923. This one is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

013. Unknown make No. 2 spade shovel with closed handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

014. Early 28 3/4-inch wooden jointer plane, likely of northern European origin, nice AH touch mark on blade, nice bulbous rear handle, carved throat, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Speed patent (U.S. No. 2,421,657) handsaw filing guide, very good overall. (Photo)

016. Primitive copper's hoop dog, used by barrel makers to install the iron hoops to the outside of barrels, complete and fine. (Photo)

017. Hand forged 12-inch pair of dividers, complete and very good. (Photo)

018. Large 24-inch pair of craftsman-made wooden dividers, very good overall. (Photo)

019. Hand forged outside caliper, measures to about 19 1/2 inches, nice compression joint, very good overall. (Photo)

020. Nice pair of machine made wooden duck decoys; Mallard drake and a hen, both are very good and have what appear to be glass eyes. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. Pair of Stanley 9-inch smooth planes: Two-Tone #0H4 with maroon bed and yellow cap iron, tote broken and glued, very good overall; and a DEFIANCE that is complete and fine. (Photo)

022. Rockford R5 iron jack plane, top of original blade has been hammered on, but it's still very good, little japanning remaining in bed, no structural damage or repairs, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

023. Pair of Stanley 9-inch smooth planes: DEFIANCE with orange painted tote and knob, complete and fine; and a Two-Tone 0H4 with blue bed, yellow frog and cap iron, and black painted toe and knob, complete and fine. (Photo)

024. Stanley GAGE G5C corrugated iron jack plane, tote has been broken in middle and the spur is missing, fine blade, good tall knob, with a new tote it will be fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

025. Pair of 9-inch smooth planes: WARDS MASTER (Stanley) with hard rubber adjuster nut indicating this one was made during WWII, complete and fine; plus a late model H1204 Stanley with plastic or composite tote and knob, lever cap is cracked on one side of the pivot pin, very good overall. (Photo)

026. Stanley BEDRCK 605C FT with SW logo blade, STANLEY lever cap, original decal on side of nice rosewood tote, good tall knob, some light rust on side, will clean to fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

027. Stanley HANDYMAN H1203 8-inch smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

028. Two planes: Stanley-made #35-size transitional smooth plane, this one has the twisted lateral lever which indicates that Stanley made for a hardware company, complete and very good overall; and a Stanley #4C iron smooth plane, good rosewood tote and tall knob, SW logo blade, complete and good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

029. Stanley #92 cabinet makers rabbet plane, this one has a previous owner's name lightly scratched into one side, otherwise it is complete, has the SW logo on the toe about 1/4 inch of usable length in the iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

030. Stanley #41 Millers Patent plow plane, early model with unslotted screws securing fence and no provision for a slitter or rear depth stop, comes with front depth stop, and set of 8 blades, just needs a fillister bed to complete, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2& Photo 3)

031. Three double ended alligator wrenches: THE K&B CO. SAXON NEW HAVEN, CONN., complete and very good; Edmonds Patent (U.S. No. 816,570) by the Edmonds-Metzel Mfg. Co. Chicago, Ill.; and THE S.andT. WRENCH stamped steel; all three have thread chasers in the handle, the S.andT. is a stamped steel wrench, all are very good. (Photo)

032. Four odd ball wrenches: 326A6 with spanner at one end and a 7/8-inch open end at the other, very good; a 9-inch T262 1 1/8-inch offset box end, very good; PC No 23945 wrench double ended hex box, very good; and a Dodge Bros.? 1611-D 3/4 and 7/8-in. double open end, very good. (Photo)

033. Three wrenches: 11 1/2-inch 427AB 7/8-in. offset open end, very good; 41-W-642-15 double offset open ends; and an oddball marked ECCENTRIC ADJUSTING WRENCH, fine. (Photo)

034. Pair of H.D. SMITH "PERFECT HANDLE" pipe wrenches: one 8-inch and one 10-inch, the wood on the 8-inch is a bit dried out, otherwise both are complete and very good. (Photo)

035. Four different wrenches: Stone Patent (U.S. No. 726,782) IDEAL buggy wrench, complete and fine; unknown make buggy wrench with big hex opening and three open ends one one end, very good; an International Harvester P890, very good; and a small PLANET JR. complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Three 6-inch pipe wrenches from top to bottom: HOE CORP, complete and fine; unmarked, very good; and a fine WALWORTH STILLSON. (Photo & Photo 2)

037. Three wooden handled monkey wrenches: 10-inch BEMIS & CALL combination pipe and nut wrench with long adjuster, complete and fine; 8-inch COES WRENCH CO. with slightly bent bar and cracked wooden handles; and 6-inch PS&W CLEVELAND, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

038. Three screw adjust nut wrenches inc. two twist handles: ACME 6-inch complete and very good; ACME 5-inch; and a 6-inch Vandegrift Patent (U.S. No. 589,765) 6-inch PAT SEPT. 7,97 with open loop handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Three wrenches: FORD USA 01A-17017B 65 double offset boxed ended, fine; RAY 623 3/4-inch hex ratchet, very good; and a 6-inch R56 with three open ends and a square 1/2-inch opening, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Three wrenches inc. two twist handle; ACME 5-inch with sprung jaws; unmarked 6-inch, very good; and 4 1/2-inch HERCULES with loop handle, marked CHICAGO on one side, minor pitting overall, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Three pairs of 7-inch slip-joint water pump pliers: CARLSON, fine; WARDS MASTER, very good; and UTICA No. 523, very good. (Photo)

042. Three misc. wrenches: 4-IN-1 SPUD WRENCH COVERS CO. INC., fine; 11 1/2-inch double open end marked WOOD, some rust, very good overall; and a NEVERSLIP calk wrench with some rust and light pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Two pair of 7-inch slip-joint water pump pliers: HARROLD FORGED, very good; and BARCALO BUFFALO, fine. (Photo)

044. Three misc. farm wrenches: IH ZA810, complete and very good; HAYES A116, complete and very good; and an unmarked 6 1/2-inch, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Three pairs of 10-inch slip-joint water pump pliers: CHAMPION 3072 with some rust and light pitting; LECTROLITE CORP. DEVIANCE OHIO, very good; and CHANNELOCK 420, complete and very good. (Photo)

046. Three implement wrenches: P1599 with traces of original green paint, very good; T368? number hard to read; T with 3 square sockets, very good; and a 10-inch C1014 with one jaw broken, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

047. Two pair of 10-inch water pump pliers: CHROME VANADIUM, very good; and CHAMPION DEARMENT No. 415 CHANNEL LOCK, fine. (Photo)

048. Stanley #94 Carriage Maker's 4-foot, 4-fold brass-bound rule, a few spots of staining and indexing pins MIA, straight and in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. E.A. STEARNS & CO. #82 2-foot, 2-fold 1/8 to 1-foot shrink rule, brass ends, a few cracks and typical nicks and dings, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

050. Stanley #15 2-foot, 2-fold, brass-bound rule with caliper, early arched joint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. Stanley #18 2-foot 2-fold, some chipping near indexing pin hole, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Stanley #5 2-foot 2-fold brass-bound, early arched joint, a few patches of staining, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Stanley #83C 2-foot, 4-fold caliper rule, indexing pins MIA, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Stanley #75 2-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule with early arched joint, a few cracks, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

055. Stanley #7 ENGLISH 2-foot, 4-fold rule, outside worn, inside nearly perfect, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Stanley #36 1/2 1-foot, two fold, caliper rule, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. Stanley #72 brass bound 2-foot, 4-fold rule, indexing pins MIA, pivot pin has been replaced, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Stanley? #42 ship's bevel, not marked STANLEY but certainly made by them, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. Hand forged 6 1/4-inch diameter wheelwrights traveler with wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo)

060. WILSON & BROS. ST. LOUIS MO ** wooden moving fillister plane, with intact spur and manual depth stop, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. G. BREMERMAN ST. LOUIS MO **** wooden rabbet plane (Photo & Photo 2)

062. M. & N.H. STOUT ST. LOUIS ** wooden round plane (Photo & Photo 2)

063. HUNT & WISEMAN ST. LOUIS FF wooden round plane (Photo & Photo 2)

064. ADOLPHUS MEIER & CO. ST. LOUIS, MO * wooden hollow plane, very good overall. (Photo)

065. Craftsman made wooden stair saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

066. KEARNY'S SEELYE "HITEMETER" ST. LOUIS in original pouch with instructions, used to tell the height of things like trees and telephone poles. (Photo & Photo 2)

067. Stanley EVERLAST chisels 1/4, 1/2, and 1-inch, all in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

068. Large 4 1/2-lb. brass plumb bob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

069. Nice 16-ounce mercury-filled plumb bob, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

070. Lufkin No. 5900 brass weight that would normally be found at the end of a gauging tape. It is graduated in inches and would have been lowered into storage tanks, tanker trucks or barges holding liquid cargo. (Photo & Photo 2)

071. Brown & Sharpe No. 790 mercury filled plumb bob, missing the internal plug so the mercury is gone, outside is very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Lufkin 21-oz. No. 5590 brass weight for gauging liquid cargo in tanks, trucks or barges. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. L.S. STARRETT No. 802 mercury filled plumb bob, has a few patches of missing plating and one or two spots of light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. Plumb bob 22-ounce brass surveyor-type plumb bob with replaceable steel tip, typical nicks and dings, complete with wooden spool of string, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Starrrett #87 mercury filled plumb bob, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Brown & Sharpe 4-oz. mercury filled plumb bob, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Henry Disston & Sons 6-foot cross cut saw, nice etch on blade, a few traces of light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. ESTWING NYLON EZ-22SM 22-ounce framing hammer with nylon grip, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

079. DISSTON & SONS 5-foot one-man ice saw, has a few traces of light surface rust, will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. M. KLEIN & SONS 18-ounce framing hammer with rubber grip, fine overall. Klein is a well known maker of lineman's tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. New old stock FULTON 5-foot cross cut saw Catalog No. 5917 Champ. Tooth, the heavy paper board box is chewed up on the ends, but the saw has a nice etch and the handles are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

082. Long 500-foot surveyors' tape with reel, the folding crank has had a wooden knob mounted on the end, so it can no longer be folded into the hole in the center, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

083. Stanley YANKEE No. 3400 offset ratcheting screwdriver, complete and fine; plus a small brass patternmaker's shave with radiused bottom, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer folding steel rule, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

085. Pair of small brass patternmaker's shaves, one with flat bottom and one radiused. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Early American Industries Association Bound Volumes 12 through 26, March, 1959 to December 1973, published by the EAIA in 1983, a bit dusty from sitting on a shelf but in fine overall condition. (Photo)

087. Pair of small brass patternmaker's shaves including one with side by side blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. PTAMPIA (Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes In America) VOL. II, new old stock, from the inventory of a former book dealer, like new inside and out, with original $95 price tag on the dust jacket. (Photo)

089. Stanley TOOLS CATALOG 139 September 1, 1939 reprinted in 1988 by Roger K. Smith, this is a new one that was part of the inventory of a former book dealer, complete and like new. (Photo)

090. PTAMPIA (Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes In America) VOL. I, new old stock, from the inventory of a former book dealer, the first volume did not come with a dust jacket, this example shows a few traces of shelf wear but it is new inside, and the outside is very good. (Photo)

091. Wooden Planes in 19th Century America book by Kenneth D. Roberts, fine condition with original dust jacket, complete and very good. (Photo)

092. TOOLS AND HOW TO USE THEM book by Jaackson & Day, very good; plus a reprint of the Sears, Roebuck and Co. Fall 1909 tool catalog; a reprint of Stanley #45 user manuals; and an original STANLEY TOOLS Catalogue #34A of Stanley & Stanley Atha tools, January,, 1932 edition, very good. (Photo)

093. New Britain The Hardware Center book reprinted by MWTCA in 1994, fine; plus an original and early Stanley pocket catalog in tattered condition & a hardbound copy of the Builders Trades Handbook copyrighted 1899 & 1905, very good overall. (Photo)

094. Analysis AND DESIGN of AIRPLANE STRUCTURES hardbound book by E.F. BRUHN, 1949 revised edition, complete and very good; a notebook with U.S. AIR FORCE PROJECT RAND The Rand Corp. 1958 Linear Programming and Structural Design; and a envelope of Craft Patterns for the Home Workshop. (Photo)

095. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE COMPANY point of sale display for WROUGHT NUT EYE BOLTS ASSORTMENT No. 1000, very good to fine overall condition. (Photo)

096. Pair of ShopSmith polyester neckties one light and one dark, good overall. (Photo)

097. Stanley #1450 3-inch stone or brick mason chisel with original decal, fine overall. (Photo)

098. Pair of tool related neckties; one is a ShopSmith and the other has assorted small tools and came from the Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian. (Photo)

099. Two books: The Engineer's Companion A Concise Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals by Mott Souders, hardbound, fine; and a softcover Pocket Companion for Engineers, Architects and Builders 16th Edition 1913, cover has separated, good. (Photo)

100. Pair of hardbound PRACTICAL USES OF THE STEEL SQUARE books VOLS I & II by Hodgson, both are very good. (Photo)

101. Lot of three books: Basic Bookbinding by A.W. Lewis, paper covers, very good overall; Cold Working of Brass by L.E. Gibbs, hardbound, former USAF Library copy, very good; and an original cloth covered MEDART PATENT PULLEY CO. 1907 Catalogue No. 26, very good. (Photo)

102. Lot of four books: Concrete Construction About The Home And On The Farm by Portland Cement, scuffed paper cover, very good; The Home Workplace compiled by the editors of Organic Gardening and Farming Magazine, paper covers, very good; The Chemical Industry Facts Book, 1962, paper covers are loose, good overall; and RCA Transistor Manual, 1966, by RCA Corp., very good. (Photo)

103. Two hardbound books: Handbook of Astronautical Engineering by Koelle, 1961 hardcovers, very good; and Steam, Air And Gas Power by Severns and Degler, second edition, light cover wear, very good. (Photo)

104. Two hardbound books: My Village, Sturbridge by Gary Bowen, first edition, former library copy, very good; and The Builder's Guide and Estimator's Price Book by Fred T. Hodgson, 1882, has ads by Gurley, Stanley and others, very good overall. (Photo)

105. Three books: Handbook of Watch and Clock Repairs by H.G. Harris, very good overall; a spiral bound RYERSON STEELS catalog from Joseph T. Ryerson & Son Inc. St. Louis, 1948/1949, plastic laminate peeling from top of paper cover; and American Tiger Brand Wire Rope spiral bound catalog, 1945, some water damage at edges of a few interior pages, scuffed paper covers, goo overall. (Photo)

106. VIBRA-TAK "Slide Rule Tachometer" in original leather pouch marked MARTIN ENGINEERING CO., NEPONSET, ILLINOIS STANDARD SPEED VIBRA-TAK, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

107. Small ball peen hammer with replaced handle, very good. (Photo)

108. Unusual cigar cutter marked GERMANY, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. Jewelers ball peen hammer with screwdriver in end of handle, very good. (Photo)

110. Unusual cigar cutting scissors, very good overall. (Photo)

111. Craftsman-made miniature brass hammer, very good. (Photo)

112. Cigar cutter marked BEKINS SHIPPING CO. CHICAGO, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

113. R.L. PARKER & CO. BURLINGTON, VT; LORD NELSON CIGARS cigar box opener and hammer with integral bottle opener, 90 percent plus nickel plating, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

114. YANKEE NO. 2H HANDYMAN ratchet screwdriver with white handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

115. SEE'S CANDY miniature candy hammer, likely given out as a premium when buying a full box of candy, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

116. Two steel cased tape measures: GRANT 6-foot that does not retract the tape very well, good overall; and BALDWIN 6-foot with nice case and well worn tape. (Photo & Photo 2)

117. Lufkin 3-foot tape measure in a steel case, case is dented, very good overall. (Photo)

118. PFEILRING No. 5610 cigar cutter with mother of pearl sides, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

119. Pair of tape measures: WALSCO LITTLE PAL 3-foot, like new condition; and a LUFKIN 60-inch with spring return, most of the plating gone from brass case, good overall. (Photo)

120. Unusual CHESTERMAN 6-inch combination 2-bladed pocket knife and folding rule graduated in both metric and English, knife blade marked DOBIE GLASGOW & SHEFFIELD, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

121. INTERLOX MASTER 60-inch sliding rule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

122. Stanley #106 72-inch, white, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Unusual brass and steel washer? or cork? cutter with ACME threads, the cutter itself is steel, the rest is brass, very good overall. (Photo)

124. Scarce Stanley Handyman #96 72-inch zig zag rule, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

125. LUFKIN #524 zig zag rule with DOYLE LOG SCALES and intact hook, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

126. Brass rabbeting spoke shave with 7/8-inch blade, with adjustable fence on one side, very good overall. (Photo)

127. LUFKIN 1306D aluminum zig zag rule graduated in 100ths of an inch, made from 1910 to 1940, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

128. Heavy brass spoke shave with 2-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

129. Stanley #204 ZZ (zig zag) rule with one yellow section, worn but still in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

130. Single handed brass draw shave with radiused bottom, used by spoon makers and instrument makers, very good overall. (Photo)

131. Pair of zig zag rules: 1-meter 2-2 P.M.P.T., very good; and a 4-foot aluminum #424 PAT. 12/4/17, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

132. Single handed brass draw shave with radiused bottom, used by spoon makers and instrument makers, similar to but smaller than lot 130 above, very good overall. (Photo)

133. Winchester 30-30 Commemorative Knife Set in original tin box, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

134. Hardware Special No. 000 Hair Clippers in original pasteboard box, box has a few small rips and tears but is very good overall, clippers are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. A.H. REID "Lightning Brace" bitstock Patented Dec. 12, 1882, this one has the original screwdriver bit secured to the stock with two zip ties, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

136. WEST-CUT BOULDER COLO sheath knife with original leather sheath, the knife is good overall with just one or two small chips in the cutting edge, the small leather strap that secures the knife in the sheath is broken, otherwise the sheath is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

137. Two knives: On the left is a folding knife in leather sheath made in Pakistan, complete and very good; the knife on the right is a HENLEY & CO. GERMANY SOLINGEN sheath knife with stag handle, split nut secures the handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. Two pairs of scissors: the larger pair are marked Cattaragus Cutlery Company, very good; and the smaller pair are marked SIMMONS HDWE CO. 5 1/2 IN. KEEN KUTTER, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

139. A nested knife, fork and spoon kit similar to the those used in Army mess kits, this set is marked GIRL SCOUT, complete and fine; and a new old stock KLEIN TOOLS CHICAGO lock-blade hawkbill knife. (Photo & Photo 2)

140. Stanley #5C iron jack plane, most japanning gone, light rust, can be restored to usable condition; plus a Union 8-inch Trask Patent transitional smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

141. Two claw hammers with wooden handles, one is a MAYDOLE, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

142. Three iron block planes: English Stanley 110, fine; scarce Sargent-made Firestone Supreme, fine; and Stanley HANDYMAN H1240, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

143. Noris Shakespeare 2110 fly fishing reel in original box, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

144. Circular glass cutter; and two sliding bevels including a Stanley with rosewood handle; and a B-75 by the Johnson Level and Tool Co. (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Two clevises or shackles; one has a pin with a wrench on the end, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

146. Two pen sets in their original boxes; one set is by HARRODS; and the other two are marked AUTOMATIC and the pen the paper inside the box is from SPEEDY SALES COMPANY NASSAU, N.Y. (Photo & Photo 2)

147. Two sharpening stones one in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

148. Three sharpening stones. (Photo & Photo 2)

149. Stanley #5 iron jack plane, tote broken in middle and missing spur, beaded knob cracked, brass nut is marred from pliers, can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Stanley #13 compass plane, has nice Q-logo blade, patent date in recessed brass adjuster nut, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. Medium sized (1 lb., 7 oz.) brass plumb bob with knurled top, owners name S.F. WELCH, VG. (Photo)

152. Tower & Lyon 28-inch brass-bound mahogany plumb & level, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. HENRY DISSTON & SONS 28-inch plumb & level, has partial paper label on one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

154. Stanley #30 double plumb & level 28 1/4-inch mahogany stock, brass end plates, big brass plum housing covers on one side, level and one plumb vial are dry, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

155. Large 2-lb. brass plumb, very good. (Photo)

156. DIETZGEN 14-ounce brass surveyors plumb bob with some pitting on the removable steel tip, removable top, good overall. (Photo)

157. Large 1 lb. 9 oz. steel plumb bob with integral spool on top, very good overall. (Photo)

158. Small brass plumb bob with steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

159. Diminutive hand forged inshave made from an old file, round wooden handles, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. CHILD, PRATT & CO. ST. LOUIS MO ** side bead plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

161. HALL & HYNSON / No. 135 THIRD ST / ST. LOUIS (Mo.) * wooden round plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

162. GEO A. RUBELMANN HDW. CO. / ST. LOUIS. (Mo.) ** wooden rabbet plane, looks like one of the SPECIAL weatherstripping planes made by Sandusky, has steel runner on bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

163. JULIUS MORISSE & CO ST. LOUIS MO * wooden halving plane, the toe is cracked and the maker is faint, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. HALL & HYNSON ST. LOUIS * complex profile wood plane, some checking on toe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

165. Nicely crafted wooden stair saw, stock made of oak, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

166. Lot of three blacksmith-made double ended S wrenches the longest is 16 inches, all three are very good. (Photo)

167. Three Mossberg pocket or bicycle wrenches: No. 74 pocket wrench, complete and very good; A-1 pocket or bicycle wrench, some minor jaw distortion, good overall; and a STERLING NO. 1, Pat'd NOV. 13,00, fine overall. (Photo)

168. Lot of three blacksmith-made double open-ended wrenches. (Photo)

169. Three Mossberg wrenches: No. 350 ratchet Pat'd Nov. 11, 1913, very good overall; No. 294, 1 1/8-inch open end with numerous nicks and dings, good overall; and a No. 645 ratchet for REVERSE and BRAKE PEDALS, very good. (Photo)

170. Lot of three blacksmith-made wrenches. (Photo)

171. Three Mossberg pocket or bicycle wrenches: DIAMOND No. 10, Pat'd NOV. 13,00, Pat'd MAR. 11,02, complete and fine; No. 490 double ended alligator with screwdriver at end of one jaw, very good; and an A-1 PAT'D NOV.13.00, PAT'D MAR.11.02, very good. (Photo)

172. Lot of three smaller blacksmith-made double ended S wrenches. (Photo)

173. Three Mossberg pocket wrenches: No. 490 double ended alligator with screwdriver at end of one jaw, fine; STERLING NO. 1, PAT.NOV.13.00, complete and fine; and and a Model C with center adjust, has hang hole in end of handle, very good. (Photo)

174. Lot of four plier or plier-like tools: Eifel plier wrench; 6-inch pair of pliers; 6-inch side cutters, and a 4-inch pair of end cutters. (Photo)

175. Three pocket wrenches: Mossberg Model C center adjust, PAT. DEC.31.95, complete and very good; Mossberg STERLING NO. 1, PAT.NOV.13.00, complete and very good; and a HERBRAND 4-inch adjustable, complete and very good. (Photo)

176. Lot of four plier or plier-like tools: cobbler's lasting pliers with hammer head; unusual pair of regular pliers with a small hammer head; side cutters; and another pair of pliers. (Photo)

177. Four Mossberg pocket or bicycle wrenches: two A-1, one very good and one fine; STERLING NO. 1, complete and fine; and a No. 10, complete and fine. (Photo)

178. Lot of four plier or plier-like tools: gas pliers; lasting pliers?; regular pliers with some rust, and a pair of side cutters with yellow plastic covers on handles. (Photo)

179. Three Mossberg pocket or bicycle wrenches: STERLING NO. 2 PAT. NOV.13.00, complete and fine; an ALDERMAN PATENTED NOV. 13.00, MAR. 11.02, has tire tool in end of handle, fine; and an F-1 Pat. NOV. 13.00, MAR. 11.02, very good. (Photo)

180. Lot of three plier or plier-like tools: cobbler's lasting pliers; hog ringer; and regular pair of pliers with letter W on one side. (Photo)

181. Pair of H.D. SMITH "PERFECT HANDLE" pipe wrenches: one 8-inch and one 10-inch, both are complete and very good. (Photo)

182. Three misc. implement wrenches: stamped steel marked 7-inch "OHIO" very good; unknown make 9-inch marked 17A with two openings on each end, fine; and an OHIO CHILLED NEW IMPERIAL with some rust and light pitting. (Photo)

183. Unusual ratchet wrench with interchangeable square sockets, two sockets included, fine condition with much of the original red and black paint remaining. (Photo)

184. Goodell-Pratt #83 ratcheting corner drill or corner brace, very good overall. (Photo)

185. Vintage 2.5-pound blacksmith or farrier-type anvil Marked A252-1, complete and fine. (Photo)

186. Olson Patent screwdriver made by the Decatur Coffin Company of Decatur, ILL, complete and very good. (Photo)

187. Miniature aluminum blacksmith or farrier-type anvil, likely made for use as a paperweight, fine. (Photo)

188. Miniature cast iron blacksmith anvil, likely made as a paperweight, has some advertising on one side, but we cannot make it out. (Photo)

189. Cast iron blacksmith-type anvil approximately 2.5 pounds, a somewhat crude casting with rust and pitting. (Photo)

190. Small iron blacksmith or farrier-type anvil, likely made for use as a paperweight, very good. (Photo)

191. Miniature aluminum blacksmith-type anvil, likely made to be used as a paperweight, fine. (Photo)

192. Lot of auger bits including an extra large diameter one with Morris taper shank; screwdriver bit, two PEXTO rivet sets, and package of TJC dowel centers. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Two smaller plumb bobs, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Lot: four awls; unusual tool handle with three set screws; single brass trammel; and an empty plumb bob box. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. Homemade hinged cutter box for combination plow planes; and a leather-covered sample case of glass vials full of different varnishes. The three labels are SPAR VARNISH; FLOORING VARNISH and RUBBING VARNISH. The case has separated at the hinge. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Lufkin #751 12-inch four-fold boxwood rule, new old stock; and a Stanley HANDYMAN hand drill. (Photo & Photo 2)

197. Remington Portable Typewriter No. 3, these were manufactured from December 1928 to June 1938, and these were just what every girl on the go, newspaper columnist and author needed in the days prior to smart phones and computers. This one is complete and fine in its original case with working lock and key. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

198. Cushion Strop-Back Hone with original instruction sheet, in a nice albeit not original pasteboard box.

199. Paperback book The Huttig Story 1885 to 1970, self-published story by and about this St. Louis Sash & Door Co.

200. Scarce Stanley #72 chamfer plane, early type with patent date on top of blade, nice rosewood tote and beaded knob, cutting edge of blade has a big chip in it that will need to be ground out, otherwise this one is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Unusual Goodell-Pratt adjustable square and miter, complete and in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Pair of Stanley pocket levels that can be attached to square or straightedge, both have brass covers, and both are in very good overall condition. (Photo)

203. Starrett 12-inch steel scale with No. 4 graduations; a Starrett adjustable square with 12-inch steel scale, intact level, missing scribe; and a small mystery level on a steel base, very good. (Photo)

204. Nice 6-inch JAMESON & CO. English spirit level, rosewood stock with brass top and brass feet, very good overall. (Photo)

205. Two sets of number stamps in wooden blocks, the one with a cover has rust on the business end of all the stamps, the other set is rust free but doesn't have a box top. (Photo)

206. Fence for a Type I Stanley #45 combination plow plane, complete with both brass mounting screws; plus a protractor head for a machinist combination set. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. MERCURY fuel pump vacuum gauge, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. EXCELSIOR IMPROVED SPRING BALANCE, BELMONT-HWE-CO U.S.A. hanging balance or scale 25-lb. capacity, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

209. Scarce Stanley #161 marking gage, marked No 161, complete and fine; plus a body only for a Stanley #51 spokeshave, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Plane parts: #12H hollow bottom for #45 combination plow plane, very good; and a complete frog, V-logo blade, tall rosewood knob, broken tote and screws, for a Type 11 Stanley #5 jack plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Pair #10 hollow and round bottoms for a Stanley #45 combination plow plane, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Pair of braided leather bolo ties with brass tips; one had a indian head cent mounted to an arrowhead; the other had a scene of three horses; both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Olympic coin paperweight from XX Olympics; 3-inch diameter round trivet or stand marked 1970 on the back; and a souvenir pin from NORTHEAST NEBRASKA THRESHERS REUNION, Mayberrys Engines, NIOBRARA, NEBRASKA. (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Mt. Rushmore necklace/pendant, no chain; wooden nickel from the Jesse Jane's Trading Post, Abilene, Kansas; and a GRAND CANYON LIONS CLUB souvenir pin. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. "TORPEDO LEVEL" with shaft groove in bottom, missing top plate; plus a brass UNITED POWER AND LIGHT SERVICE 12-inch rule, "AGATE 14 LINES TO INCH, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Stanley-type #75 bullnose rabbet plane, likely made in Germany or England, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Stanley #55 SW hollow faced spoke shave, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Two marking gages including a rosewood Stanley #75, both are very good. (Photo)

219. Two iron spokeshaves including a very nice Stanley #51 with BB logo blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Hose Bands Corp. LTD Chicago PAT'D JAN. 12, 1915 screw-operated clamping device, brass body and adjuster nut, with steel screw, very good. (Photo)

221. Early farrier's buttress, appears to have been blacksmith forged. (Photo)

222. Unmarked sliding bevel with 8-inch blade, very good; plus a Stanley #260 rosewood torpedo level, very good overall. (Photo)

223. Scandinavian pod auger with hand forged bit, very good overall. (Photo)

224. Stanley 12-inch sliding bevel with rosewood handle, blade is dinged up near the logo, will clean to very good; plus a wooden ram's horn scraper that needs a blade. (Photo)

225. Lot of bitstock tools: early chair maker's-type brace, very good; gent's or penny brace complete with original chuck screw, fine; two pads for wooden brace, one split; and and oak file holder? (Photo)

226. Pair of try squares including a clean KEEN KUTTER with 4 3/8-inch blade; the other is badly rusted. (Photo & Photo 2)

227. Four wooden molding planes: Ohio Tool round; Ohio Tool rabbet with plane-shaped logo on toe; and two Ohio Tool 1/4-inch No. 37 side beads with plane-shaped logo on toe. (Photo)

228. G. BREMERMAN ST. LOUIS MO (Ohio Tool Co.) side bead, complete and very good; plus a homemade dovetail plane made of oak, good overall. (Photo)

229. Early Stanley or Bailey spoke shave #? has light rust but is complete and will clean to good or better condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

230. SPECTACULAR pair of craftsman-made brass trammel points with eagle-shaped screw tops, and nice curved steel legs, one of the nicest pair we have seen or sold and they are in as-found condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

231. to 244. OPEN.

245. Pair of balance scales one that has FORE 10KG (capacity) cast into base, one set of round brass pans that can used with either scale, no weights. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Primitive wooden grain flail, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. Primitive all wooden pitchfork with three tines, one tine is cracked otherwise this one is fine. (Photo)

248. Unusual raft auger used to put peg holes in logs when building rafts for floating logs downstream to a mill or market. The pegs secured the lash poles to the raft. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Early shaving horse, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

250. Large wooden tool chest or immigrant trunk, appears to have held a single front-to-back till on the left side, has original handles and hinges, intact lock with key, in old bluish gray paint, will make a nice blanket box, very good overall. (Photo)

251. OUR OWN HARDWARE single bit axe, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

252. Unusual Keen Kutter KON KAVE double bit axe, has deep pit right over the block & wedge KK logo, and the handle is a chipped and cracked near head, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Early A. WINSOR UTICA axe, very good overall, Alfred Windsor shows up in an 1832 city directory as being in the ax making business. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Medium sized brass plumb with steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

255. Stratton Brothers 28-inch brass bound rosewood plumb & level with intact vials and most of the original varnish on the stock, this one has seen little previous use, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Stratton Brothers No.1 26-inch brass-bound mahogany plumb & level, both vials intact, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Medium sized brass plumb bob with steel tip and removable top, very good. (Photo)

258. Medium sized brass plumb bob, the point has been flattened, otherwise good. (Photo)

259. Small pewter figurine of a woman candlemaker, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. BAILEY & RICHARDSON / 608 MARKET ST. / ST. LOUIS (MO) *** twin-iron wooden nosing plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

261. J.P. RICHARDS HANNIBAL, MO UR (unrated) wooden side bead plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

262. BAILEY & RICHARDSON / 608 MARKET ST. / ST. LOUIS (MO) *** wooden side bead plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

263. J. DONALDSON / J.H. HALL / ST. LOUIS MO ** complex molding plane, marked 8/8 on heel, good boxing, has pull hole, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

264. F.E. SCHMEIDING & CO. (St. Louis, Mo) / SCIOTO WORKS * 5/8-inch wooden side bead plane plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

265. Nicely executed wooden stair saw with open handle, complete and very good. (Photo)

266. Like new STANLEY NO. 7 SW blind man's rule, they don't come any better. (Photo)

267. Unusual Smallwood 4-fold half-bound rule, inside marked with graduations, outside blank, fine. (Photo)

268. Stanley #63 2-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule, complete and fine. (Photo)

269. Unusual Stanley #56 2-foot, 6-fold rule, not marked STANLEY but almost certainly made by them, few small stains, very good overall. (Photo)

270. Stephens & Co. #89 12-inch 4-fold ivory rule, complete and very good. (Photo)

271. Pair of Stanley 6-inch 2-fold caliper rules: #36, pre 1909, the leg holding the caliper is cracked, otherwise good; and a #36 complete and good overall. (Photo)

272. Two 6-inch 2-fold caliper rules: Unknown make #36-type caliper rule, the leg holding the caliper is all brass, and the caliper appears to be graduated in mm, good overall; and a Lufkin #171C caliper rule, the wood around the caliper is chipped, so the caliper is loose fitting, good overall. (Photo)

273. Stanley #13 6-inch 2-fold caliper rule, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

274. Stanley #44 bit & square level, patented 6/18/86, complete and very good. (Photo)

275. Unusual heavy brass shoemaker's-type shave with 1 3/4-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

276. WURTEMBERG brass and steel caliper with metric and English graduations, made in Germany, very good. (Photo)

277. Large brass bodied router plane, similar in size to Stanley #71, has nice wooden handles, needs a blade, very good overall. (Photo)

278. Two calipers: one with English and metric graduations, the English side is marked LONDON; the other a 4-inch brass model by CENTRAL TOOL CO. MADE IN GERMANY. (Photo)

279. Brass adjustable bitstock washer cutter, cuts a max diameter of 4 3/4-inch, has some green oxidation on one side and some rust on the steel locking screws, very good. (Photo)

280. Brass double bladed shave, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

281. Two tool-related belt buckles: SKILL SAW belt buckle, complete and fine; and one depicting a hammer, saw and level, very good. (Photo)

282. Brass spokeshave with 1 3/4-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

283. Brass sharpener for cork cutters, MADE IN GERMANY, sharp blade and nice wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

284. Brass spokeshave with removable clamp, NO BLADE, very good overall. (Photo)

285. Two bicycle or pocket wrenches, three ignition wrenches; and a wooden handled scratch awl. (Photo)

286. Lot: DIAL-A-DRILL drill index full of bits; hammer; wooden handled screwdriver; 2-foot 4-fold rule; oyster shucking tool; spring dividers; brass protractor and scale; two plastic spring clips; and a saw set. (Photo)

287. Three pocket or bicycle wrenched, and an iron plumb bob. (Photo)

288. Vintage Winchester flashlight, has some corrosion inside but still in working condition and nice outside. (Photo)

289. Stanley #5 1/4 junior jack plane rosewood tote broken in middle and glued, nice tall knob, good BB-logo blade, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

290. Three double ended alligator wrenches: HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. PAT. 720,554 with thread chasers in handle; very good; unmarked stamped steel, very good; and a HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. EVERREADY complete and very good. (Photo)

291. A.H. REID "Lightning Brace" bitstock Patented Dec. 12, 1882, the wooden top handle has been replaced with a nice brass handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

292. Combination tack hammer and carpet stretcher, nice japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

293. Heavy brass bodied gasket cutter, needs blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

294. Stanley #89 clapboard siding gage, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

295. Brass glass cutter MADE IN FRANCE, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

296. Early French steel and brass 6-inch caliper, some minor pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

297. Brass and steel wire gage, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

298. Early hand forged 9-inch dividers, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

299. Nice brass watchmaker's double caliper, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

300. Pair of H.D. SMITH "PERFECT HANDLE" pipe wrenches. (Photo)

301. Three pair of 7-inch water pump pliers: BARCALO BUFFALO, fine; unknown make with light pitting; and HARROLD FORGED USA, very good. (Photo)

302. Pair of Stanley spokeshaves: #60 double shave SW logo on concave blade, the flat blade is missing, very good overall; and a #67 universal shave with nice rosewood handles, patent date on blade, flat bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

303. Pair of water pump pliers: BARCALO BUFFALO, very good; and UTICA 550-8, complete and very good. (Photo)

304. Lufkin 4-inch adjustable machinist square with center head, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

305. Stanley #92 marking and mortise gage, brass body and rosewood head, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

306. Stanley #90 and #91 single and double-beam marking gages, both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

307. Veritas blind nailer similar to Stanley #96, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

308. Unusual 3-inch try square, rosewood handle is missing a splinter on one side, good overall; and a small brass Mason's trowel from the Grand Canyon Lodge, very good overall. (Photo)

309. Two tape measures: DISSTON #3210 10-foot, complete and very good; plus a Stanley #1206, 6-foot complete and very good. (Photo)

310. Yankee No. 2101A BELL SYSTEM 10-inch ratchet brace, complete and very good. (Photo)

311. Stanley #49 adjustable depth stop for auger bits, fine overall. (Photo)

312. Unusual 8-inch wrench marked CLARK on one side, has a 1.25-inch blade coming off end of handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Hays A375 T malleable socket wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

314. Moline 8-inch No. 106 implement wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

315. 3060A FOR PITMAN, implement wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

316. B&O PLOW CO. CANTON O(hio) 9.75-inch farm wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

317. Caterpillar Tractor Co. 14-inch 1D3363 wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

318. EMERSON 10-inch implement wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Pair of CHAMPION MOWER & REAPER CO. 9.75-inch open ended farm wrenches; the one on top has the model number 2155 cast into the the handle, it is complete and very good; the other is thinner it has some light to moderate pitting but is very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

320. CHAMPION 6.5-inch #389 farm wrench with complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Pair of ACME (Acme Hay Harvester Co. Peoria, Illinois) farm wrenches: #A881 with star logo, complete and very good; and #208 with star logo, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. AIM CO 9-inch cast steel double open ended wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. DREIS & KRUMP MFG. CO. CHICAGO ILL 9.5-inch open ended nut wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. FAMOUS OHIO (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) 9.5-inch J276 farm wench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. DAVID BRADLEY MFG WKS BRADLEY, ILL 9.75-inch #105A with hammer head, in original? red paint, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. EMERSON 10-inch implement wrench, in original? red paint, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Cigar box filled with 27+ assorted pocket knives including a Boy Scout model. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Lot of 19 vintage advertising pencils from businesses in the PEORIA and BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS area. Among them are ones from LaPalma Cafeteria, PEORIA; WAGNER MOTOR CO., Phone 93, METAMORA, ILL.; C.A. PIERSON & CO., UNION STOCKYARD; STRAIN CANTERBURY & CO. PEORIA STOCKYARDS; Gem City Stove Mfg. Co., Quincy, ILL; THE MYER MFG. CO., MORTON, ILL; CLARK-SMITH HDWE PEORIA, ILL; LOHNES FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service, PEKIN, ILL; EUREKA IMPLEMENT CO. DEALERS IN JOHN DEERE; BOOST FOR EUREKA HIGH 1927-1928 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE; VARNA TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 1936-1937 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE; HAAG BROS. WASHING MACHINES, PEORIA; CITIZENS ICE & COLD STORAGE, PEORIA; etc. all are in unused condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Box of assorted brass valves, petcocks and spigots, a few with names and or patent dates. This pile represents a small fortune in scrap brass. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Unknown make 7-inch sad iron with integral handle, the top is pitted making it impossible to read the makers name, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. COLEBROOKDALE IRON Co. POTTSTOWN. Pa. sad iron stand or trivet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Sleeve iron with integral handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. THE W.H. HOWELL CO GENEVA ILL sad iron stand or trivet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

334. ASBESTOS Tverdahl Patent (U.S. No. 649, 968) double ended 5-inch sad iron with removable top, made on a patent issued May 22, 1900 to Ole Tverdahl of Stoughton, Wisconsin. This one is complete and very good. (Photo)

335. FERRO STEEL CLEVELAND stand or trivet, this one has two cracks, but is still intact, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Wagner 8-inch waffle iron PAT. FEB 22, 1910, nice wooden handles on iron and nice cast iron handle on base, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Primitive toaster used in a fireplace, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

338. Unknown make 13-inch round cast iron griddle with wire bail or handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Full set of 9 numerical branding irons, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Large Slade, Hipp & Meloy 332 bookbinder's wheel with decorative rim, long wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. THE WAGNER No. 9, 9 & 10 waffle iron SIDNEY O (Ohio), PATD JULY 26, 1892, this one is complete, has nice wooden handles, wire bail on base, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Copper vessel of unknown purpose has small handle on side, one small dent, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. Decorative copper Jello mold depicting a basket of fruit, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

344. Box lot: Stanley #45 combo plane main body; LUTHER V17 bench mounted vise; GRISWOLD stove damper; and a brass lightening rod top.

345. Early blacksmith's beam brace, very good overall. (Photo)

346. Early waffle iron with hand forged handles. This would have been used in a fireplace, complete and very good. (Photo)

347. Ash scoop for stoves and/or fireplaces, complete and very good. (Photo)

348. Pair of early forged andirons for a fireplace, in very good condition. (Photo)

349. Long handled wooden scoop shovel with copper on the edge of the scoop, the handle is scuffed but it's in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Scarce hand forged fireplace crane, these were used in early homes to swing cooking pots into and out of the fireplace on, this one is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. Primitive long handled wooden rake with numerous wooden pegs for tines, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. RARE I.L. PENNEY Patent foot powered lock-cutting machine for cutting the hoop locks or notches in wooden barrel hoops, this one was made on U.S. Patent No. 138,815 issued May 13, 1873 to Isaac L. Penney of Minneapolis, Minnesota, it is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

353. Unusual wooden ravioli rolling pin, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

354. Stratton Brothers 30-inch No. 1 brass bound plumb & level with laminated mahogany stock, decorative bass side view, the top plate is unmarked and looks like a crude homemade replacement, otherwise both vials intact and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Stanley 28 3/4-inch double plumb & level with large brass plumb vials covers on one side, nice mahogany stock, brass side views for the level vial, and brass corners, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. Unusual 27 3/4-inch W.BAGOT'S WARRANTED NEW YORK plumb & level, numerous nicks and dings in otherwise nice mahogany stock, long brass top plate, and brass plug on top of plumb vial, both vials intact, very good overall. This is the first level of this make that we have seen or sold. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

357. Henry Disston & Sons 26-inch plumb & level with brass end plates, both vials intact, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

358. FINE Stanley #90 26-inch plumb & level with nice laminated mahogany stock, both vials intact, brass rings around the plumb vials housing, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

359. Unusual wheelwrights traveler with 6 3/4-inch diameter solid steel wheel, hand forged frame and wooden handle, some pitting on the steel, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

360. M. STOUT / ST LOUIS ** double boxed side bead plane, missing piece of boxing behind iron, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

361. HALL & HYNSON / ST. LOUIS * pair of No. 7 hollow and round planes, both complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. WILSON & BROS / ST. LOUIS MO ** 1/2-inch wooden tongue cutting plane, a few tight checks at toe and some pitting on iron, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. A. MEIER & CO / ST. LOUIS MO * wooden rabbet plane, wedge has been split and there is a small hang hold near the toe, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. PAIR OF St. Louis wooden smooth planes: E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER * with block and wedge logo on side of stock and on blade, missing the black knob on top, dried out and some checking; and a CHIP-A-WAY **** with early sawtooth logo on toe and on blade, dried out and some checking on toe, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Large wooden stair saw with closed handle, very good overall. (Photo)

366. Decorative wall mounted sculpture of a man sawing fire wood with a bucksaw mounted on a board with a length of chain at the top from which to hang it, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Lot of three Maytag wrenches; four additional stamped wrenches, a hammer head and two combination tubing cutters with built-in reamers. (Photo)

368. Smaller wall-mounted sculpture of a blacksmith and farrier at work mounted on a piece of wood with a hanger on the back from which to hang it, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

369. Lot of five corn shucking or husking tools, all very good. (Photo)

370. Three books: THE PATTERNMAKER'S ASSISTANT; THE COOPER AND HIS TRADE; and THE TINSMITH'S HELPER and PATTERN BOOK, the first is fine, the latter two are still in their original plastic wrap and have never been opened. (Photo)

371. Mini 3 1/2-inch DOVER SAD IRON, with removable top, nice wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

372. Unusual DOUBLE POINT "I WANTU" COMFORT IRON, STRAUSE GAS IRON CO. PHILA. PA. U.S.A. sad iron stand or trivet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

373. Scarce M. MAHONY Patent (U.S. No. 184,881) polishing sad iron, made on a patent issued Nov. 28, 1876 to Michael Mahony of Troy, New York. This one is complete and very good, and has a nice heart painted on both sides along with red, yellow and green highlights, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

374. ENTERPRISE M'F'G CO. PHILA. U.S.A. sad iron stand or trivet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

375. Unusual ox tongue sad iron that has a swinging gate on the back and contains a removable slug, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

376. W.H. HOWELL CO. GENEVA. ILL. sad iron stand or trivet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. ASBESTOS flounce or sleeve iron made on Tverdahl Patent, U.S. No. 649, 968, with removable top, Ole Tverdahl of Stoughton, Wisconsin was granted a patent May 22, 1900. This one is complete and fine. (Photo)

378. Four books: The Colonial Printer; The Only Mill in Town; A New England Town The First Hundred Years; and Busted Tractors and Rusty Knuckles, all are complete and fine. (Photo)

379. Pair of MWTCA Tool Catalog reprints: SARGENT TOOL BOOK; and BUCK BROS. Price List, both are fine. (Photo)

380. SPEED BOB 18-ounce plumb bob in original box with original instructions, complete and near new. (Photo & Photo 2)

381. Patented aluminum holder for rules and/or pencils that would clip onto a belt or other article, PAT. MAY 13-13. (Photo & Photo 2)

382. Veterinary trocar used to deflate bloated cows, this one comes nested in a brass cylinder with a top that screws off, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

383. Lot of three flat bladed screwdrivers: Stanley #55; a small Winchester; and small Stanley HURWOOD. (Photo & Photo 2)

384. Two 6-inch wood handled screw adjusting pipe wrenches, the one on the left is very good, the one on the right has a big chip out of one jaw. (Photo & Photo 2)

385. Adjustable bevel with 8-inch blade, rosewood handle, fancy brass locking screw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Southington adjustable bevel with 10-inch blade, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

387. Deposit Safety Pencil Pointer, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Two different International Harvester G-3170 wrenches each with IHC logo, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

389. International Harvester G3526 wrench with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

390. International Harvester G3171 wrench with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

391. International Harvester G3525 wrench with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

392. International Harvester G3172 wrench with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

393. International Harvester G3166 wrench with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

394. Two different International Harvester G3173 wrenches; one with IHC logo, the other has I.H.CO logo on back, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

395. Large International Harvester S-wrench, there is pitting that makes the number hard to read, but it looks like 39889 with the IHC logo, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

396. Three similar International Harvester wrenches: G3170 with I.H.CO logo, very good; G.3170. with I.H.CO logo, very good; and G3170 with IHC logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

397. Pair of DEERING wrenches: Vandegrift Patent screw adjusting nut wrench, jaws sprung and some light pitting, good overall; plus a multi wrench marked DEERING on both sides (Photo & Photo 2)

398. Three antique farm or implement wrenches: EMERSON B175A; BAILOR PLOW CO. ATCHISON KAN. C48; and APPLETON MFG. CO. BATAVIA, ILL. The BAILOR and APPLETON each have moderate to heavy pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

399. Three antique farm or implement wrenches: ADVANCE/RUMLEY 7.75-inch #169J steam engine wench; ACME 8.5-inch #A881; and a cast steel ACME. (Photo & Photo 2)

400. Nice David White No. 9040 engineers dumpy level in original wooden box with working lock and key, instrument comes with original wooden (oak) leg set, the scope is 19 inches long, comes with two plumb bobs, shade, cap, original instructions and warrantee card, this instrument and and its leg set are fine and the wooden box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

401. Stanley #113 compass plane, good Q-logo blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

402. Stanley #148 match or tongue and groove plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

403. Lot of three Stanley levels: two #00 and one #104, all are very good. (Photo)

404. Stanley #34 6-inch precision machinist level in original box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Pair of Sandusky 7/8-inch tongue and groove planes, both in good overall condition; plus a Sandusky 3/8-inch side bead and a Sandusky rabbet. (Photo)

406. Stanley #34 8-inch precision machinist level in original box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. Yankee #130A Ratchet Screw in original albeit tattered box with three flat bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Lot of four iron block planes, Sargent 317; two Stanley 9 1/2 and a Stanley #110. All are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Yankee #135 spiral ratchet screwdriver with three bits in nice original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

410. Set of seven PLUMB wrenches (1228, 1230, 1232, 1234, 1240, 1242, 1244) in original PLUMB TOOLS LOS ANGELES steel tool chest, the wrenches are all very good; the box has had the hasp sawed thru with a hack saw, but it can be replaced, the top of the box is embossed PLUMB TOOLS LOS ANGELES, it has a panel that hides the drawers and when the lid is closed this panel is secured. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

411. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, this is a WWII era plane with stained hardwood tote and knob, BB logo blade, and hard rubber adjuster nut, has a coat of light rust to all exposed surfaces but will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

412. Handled wooden nosing plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

413. Hanging spring scale with 50-pound capacity. (Photo)

414. Wentzville Hardwere Co. 12-inch advertising level, very good overall. (Photo)

415. Millers Falls bench-mounting hand-cranked drill with vise. (Photo & Photo 2)

416. Diamond Edge nail puller, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

417. Nice cast iron glue pot with intact liner, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

418. Scarce Goodell-Pratt adjustable bitstock washer cutter, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

419. Very good GENERAL bench-mounted grinder. (Photo & Photo 2)

420. Unusual bitstock washer cutter, complete and very good; plus a medium sized dowel or spoke pointer, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

421. Lot: large stitching awl; large flat bladed Stanley screwdriver; small Yakee ratchet screwdriver and a small Stanley screwdriver that would have come with an early #45 or #55 plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

422. Lot of three plier-type tools: end cutters; nippers and a German pair of lasting pliers, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

423. Stanley #64 spokeshave complete and very good; plus a nice little hand vise. (Photo & Photo 2)

424. Unusual little pocket or bicycle wrench marked ELASTIC TIP CO. (a CHICAGO, ILL maker of lawn and parlor shooting games), wrench is complete and very good; plus a Woodman's Patent speed indicator, nice nickel plating and decorative casting, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

425. Starrett #59-A trammels in original albeit tattered box, the trammels are fine; also included are a Starrett spring-loaded center punch IOB, with some rust on one end; and a bicycle spoke tightener. (Photo & Photo 2)

426. FAVORITE REVERSIBLE RATCHET WRENCH - NO. A / PATENTED GREENE, TWEED & CO. MNFRS., 15-inch double headed ratchet wrench with two large auger bits with extra long lead screws, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

427. Pair of Stanley pocket levels that can be attached to a square or straight edge, one has a brass top and one has a steel top, both are fine. (Photo)

428. LINK-BELT COMPANY's "MAXIMUM" CHAIN 12-inch two-fold steel advertising rule in a leather pocket pouch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

429. Pair of pocket levels that can be attached to a square or straight edge; one is a Stanley and has a brass top; the other is unmarked and has a steel top, the Stanley has a bit of rust on the bottom, otherwise both are fine. (Photo)

430. Small approx. 2-pound steel anvil with 218 USA cast into one side along with the letter L inside a raised diamond, fine overall. (Photo)

431. Unknown make 22-inch self-tightening pipe wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

432. Small bronze advertising anvil TUBAL-CAIN BRONZE PORTLAND OREGON. (Photo)

433. Unusual 12-inch plier-like self-tightening pipe wrench, end of handle is a screwdriver, very good overall. (Photo)

434. Small nickel plated brass or bronze farrier-type anvil, fine overall. (Photo)

435. Lot of 25 or more chisel handles plus a box of 10 or more assorted wooden screwdriver and file handles. (Photo)

436. Small approx. 1.5-lb. blacksmith or farrier-type advertising anvil DETROIT STOVE WORKS, some rust, very good overall. (Photo)

437. Three well-made wooden boxes with sliding lids that the previous owner made for Stanley #45 combination plow planes. Each is made with finger jointed constructions. All three are in fine overall condition. (Photo)

438. Approx. 1.5-lb. brass or bronze blacksmith anvil, has been worked on the top and will need top flattened if it's to be used again, good overall. (Photo)

439. Lot of three folding pocket knives including a SWISS ARMY model. (Photo & Photo 2)

440. Miniature brass anvil paperweight, "TO FORGE OUR FRIENDSHIP LLOYD E. HORAL MIDWAY CITY, CALIF., has green felt on bottom, complete and fine. (Photo)

441. Lot of four folding pocket knives, the smallest is an IMPERIAL with a main blade, screwdriver and cap lifter blade, and a can opener blade, it comes in its original box and is like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

442. Miniature brass anvil paperweight, marked KENTUCKY LIONS on the top and having a felt bottom (Photo)

443. Lot: Stanley No. 373 1/2 butt marker in original plastic case; a clear plastic CAMEL CIGARETTE case; and a bag of 10 chip carving chisels. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. Two belt buckles one with an Indian motif, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

445. Cast iron frog paper weight? marked DEMPSTER on the bottom, in original green paint, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

446. A round knob that would be clamped onto an automobile steering wheel, complete with bracket, very good; and a twister for twisting the wires used in sealing grain sacks and used by concrete workers to twist the wires holding rebar. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. BULLOCK'S FOOTWARE folding shoehorn with attached keychain, very good; and a JIFFY razor knife. (Photo & Photo 2)

448. Lot of vintage saw nuts and medallions. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. C.T. HAM No. 0 dash lantern with rare patented bullseye globe, has spring clip on back so it could be mounted to the dash of a buggy or early automobile, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Small wooden gents chest with extra large brass hinges, brass handles on the side and brass corners, some staining on the top, has a tray inside, tray and chest bottom are covered with dark paper but the paper comes out and the wood is fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

451. RAYO No. 22 dash lantern has spring clip on back so it could be mounted to the dash of a buggy or early automobile, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

452. Diamond Edge DE4C corrugated smooth plane, nice hard rubber tote, cracked front knob, "USVB" stamped into right side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

453. Stanley #78 rabbet and filletster plane, nice blue japanning or paint, thumb operated blade adjuster, complete with fence and depth stop, has light surface rust to exposed surfaces, will clean to fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

454. Fine W&B (Whitman & Barnes) 8-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, shows no sign of previous use. (Photo & Photo 2)

455. Lot of four wrenches including an Eifel plier wrench, 6-inch Gellman; KRAEUTER side cutters and BERNARD parallel jaw pliers all inside a wooden box with hinged lid and hasp. (Photo & Photo 2)

456. Lot of seven assorted pliers and nippers including CHAMPION DEARMENT 8-inch nippers. (Photo & Photo 2)

457. Cooper's hoop driver for driving iron hoops onto wooden barrels, good overall. (Photo)

458. Lot including five bitstock twist drill bits; two extra long machine drill bits; an unusual DASCO pry bar, a name stamp for G.0. LINDEN, and several other assorted bits. (Photo)

459. WM. ENDERS / OAK LEAF / ST. LOUIS USA UR 8-inch No. 24 transitional smooth plane with E.A. BERG ESKILSTUNA SWEDEN iron, very good overall. (Photo)

460. ADOLPHUS MEIER & CO. / ST. LOUIS * complex profile wooden molding plane, well worn on the tote, faint mark, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

461. G. BREMERMAN / ST. LOUIS MO **** (Ohio Tool Co.) wooden moving fillister plane with broken wedge, numerous cracks on toe, and a 1/2 rotted fence. Get a good fence and wedge from an Ohio #55 and it will display very well. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. E.F. KRAFT & CO. / ST. LOUIS ** pair of wooden match planes, some checking on toe of both planes, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

463. Wooden stair saw with closed handle, brass stiffener plate on bottom of frame, complete and fine. (Photo)

464. Patented double row wooden cutter box containing 11 of the 13 original bits, the hinges of the box need work.

465. Germanic 19th century axe head called "Barte." This is the simple and original form of a bearded axe. The part that protrudes at the back is called a Bart or beard. Used in many trades, this one may have been used by a coach maker. (Thanks to Hans Brunner, the big tool dealer down under, for this description.) (Photo & Photo 2)

466. Two eggbeater hand drills, both complete and very good. (Photo)

467. Acme No. 1 book binding stapler, marked ACME NO. 1 on one side and PAT'D on the other side, with nickel plated handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

468. Unmarked vise that can be mounted to a bench or table top, complete and fine. (Photo)

469. THE CHALLENGE EYLET PRESS No.1, PAT. FEB. 22, 1887, E.L. SIBLEY, BENNINGTON, VT, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

470. Three planes: DUNLAP (Millers Falls?) 5D BB iron jack plane; Stanley #80 scraper; and Craftsman (Sargent) iron block plane, all are complete and in usable condition. (Photo)

471. Vintage cast iron notary-type press with nice original black japanning with red and gold details, NORTH CENTRAL COMMERCIAL CLUB ST. PAUL, MINN CORPORATE SEAL, very good overall. From what we could gather, this was a fraternal organization that had a building on University Avenue near the old Ford Plant. (Photo & Photo 2)

472. Two different ball peen hammers, the bigger one is a TRUE TEMPER NO. 1640, both are complete and very good. (Photo)

473. Three iron planes: Stanley MADE IN ENGLAND low angle block plane, fine; Stanley DEFIANCE, very good; and a Stanley #75-type bullnose block plane, with cutter marked JAPAN, very good. (Photo)

474. Two lathing hatchet: the one on top is a PLUMB with original PLUMB HICKORY handle, has a hang hole and leather strap to be worn by the user, fine overall; and a VAUGHAN that can't be very old as it has the safety glass warning on the handle, very good. (Photo)

475. Two different hammers: Unmarked claw hammer, very good; and a PLUMB riveting or tinner's hammer, with a Stanley No. 25-683 handle, very good. (Photo)

476. Unusual curved lipped adz head, some pitting, good overall. (Photo)

477. Early forged pick head, some rust and pitting, good overall. (Photo)

478. Lot with unusual angle boring attachment, combo screwdriver socket wrench; HONG KONG 4-inch crescent wrench; two hammers, one with nested set of screwdrivers, and a NOS HARLEY-DAVIDSON pencil. (Photo)

479. Little 5 1/2-inch pair of Vise Grip pliers, fine; small NEW BRITAIN P-36 slip-joint pliers with blue handles; PROTO 9884 screw starting screwdriver; pin vise filled with color coded steel pins for determining drill hole sizes; and a 6-inch GENERAL pocket rule or scale. (Photo)

480. Lot including skate key; scout neckerchief slide; small glass bottle in shape of a locomotive; adjustable bitstock hole cutter; plastic whistle; working keychain flashlight; leather punch; screwdriver, mini hammer, lead weight. (Photo)

481. Set of three 4-inch and 5-inch wrenches: round jawed needle nose pliers; end cutters; and side cutters; PROTO 4 1/2-inch No. 235 slip joint pliers; MILLER PLASTICS, GREAT BEND KANSAS mini screwdriver with interchangeable blades; bottle and can opener with Canadian flag; tweezers; brass handled letter opener; and a folding razor knife marked FERD DEINES OIL SERVICE, RUSSELL, KANSAS, Ph. 618. (Photo)

482. Well worn steel machinist tool box. This one is all there down to the felt-lined drawers, but it has seen considerable used. I have used a pair of these for years to haul all my little tools to the shows. They are very durable. (Photo & Photo 2)

483. F.O.K. CO. (Farwell Ozmun & Kirk) single bit axe, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

484. Tall star-shaped candle tin candle mold, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

485. Early broad axe with 10-inch blade, marked on both sides, light to moderate pitting, good overall. (Photo)

486. GRISWOLD SAFETY No. 8 863 pot or kettle with three legs and a wooden handle on the side for help with tipping, very good overall, no lid. (Photo & Photo 2)

487. Short handled broad axe with 12 1/2-inch blade, light to moderate pitting on both sides, faint makers mark, very good overall. (Photo)

488. Tin candle mold for making 10 candles at a time, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. Short handled broad axe, marked ASA. S., W.H. RUSSEL, handle was not fitted properly, so will need to be re-handled if it is to be used, some mild pitting but good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

490. Vintage tin toaster that could be used over a campfire. (Photo & Photo 2)

491. Unusual 8-inch Estes Patent handle adjusting nut wrench, made on U.S. Patent No. 1,153,050 issued to William F. Estes of Ozark, Missouri, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Two wooden molding planes: nice OHIO TOOL CO. 1-inch match plane; and an AUBURN TOOL CO. No. 176 7/8-inch dado, very good.

493. ROCKFORD TMP #5C iron jack plane, made in Rockford, Illinois, complete and fine. (Photo)

494. BELCHER BROS. foot measuring rule for determining shoe sizes, complete and very good. (Photo)

495. Scarce shuttle-filler made by the Newcomb Loom Co. of Omaha, Nebraska and later of Davenport, Iowa. According to the Janet Meany book Rag Rug Handbook on p. 92, strips (of rag) were first packed into metal cylinders. The rag passed thru two friction rollers, and down into a funnel inserted into the open end of the cylinder. A crank was then turned allowing the rag to fold upon themselves in the funnel. This is the machine only, and it's very good. It would have come with a wooden box box containing 12 cylinders and a plunger. (Photo & Photo 2)

496. Modern made spill plane, complete and in excellent working condition. (Photo)

497. Nice S.S. NORTON rosewood and brass marking and mortising gauge COLCHESTER CT, complete and very good. (Photo)

498. Scarce Millers Falls No. 639 ratcheting screwdriver with cane-type handle, complete and fine. (Photo)

499. Very nice wooden mallet and a 6-inch single iron smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

500. Fully restored American Sash Trimmer, pedal operated sash trimming machine manufactured by the Manco Manufacturing Co., Bradley, IL. You will not find a better or more complete one. (Photo & Photo 3 & Photo 2)

499. Original Weyerhaeuser cardboard box filled with veneer samples. Perfect for the craftsperson who makes decorative little boxes.

500. Disston? 4-foot 1 or 2-man crosscut saw, handle is split near medallion, has light to moderate rust on one side and small patch of light rust on the side showing in photo. (Photo)

501. Pair of Hargrave #640C 4 1/2-foot quick adjusting furniture clamps, both very good to fine. (Photo)

502. Plated Sheffield brace, complete and very good.

503. D.R. BARTON 10-inch coopers or carriagemaker's drawknife, light rust, will clean to very good.

504. Unmarked two-handed scorp, complete and very good.

505. Two cooper or carriagemakers drawknives, one by L&IJ White.

506. Lot of three double ended alligator wrenches all with thread chasers in handle: HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. PAT. 720,554, complete and very good; Edmonds Pat. 816,570 made by the Edmond-Metzel Co. Chicago, IL, very good; and a K&B SAXON very good. (Photo)

507. Lot of H.D. SMITH "PERFECT HANDLE" pipe wrenches for parts and/or restoration: two 8-inch models one is complete but has red paint on the handles; the other needs new handles; and two 10-inch models one with wooden handles that just needs cleaning and one that needs handles and cleaning. (Photo)

508. Lot of four automotive wrenches: Large 2-inch hex box end marked CORONET PARTS 190, complete and fine; chain pliers PAT. JULY 26, 10; EXT AUG.2,16, J.N.M. & CO. complete and very good; WATSON STABILATORS, JOHN WARREN WATSON CO. PHILADELPHIA, very good; and an APPOLO STEERING STABILIZER combination wrench, a little patch of pitting on one end, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

509. Pair of automotive wrenches: De Schebeko Patent (U.S. No. 1,870,612) multi wrench, spark plugs, front and rear wheel brake adjustment, and drain plugs on Ford automobiles and trucks, complete and fine; plus a 10-inch screw adjust VAUXHALL auto nut wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

510. Five automotive wrenches: 3Z627 Ford universal joint open end wrench; #2724 BLACKHAWK box end; 2722 BLACKHAWK box end; 4424 BLACKHAWK double ended socket; and T15 offset 1/2-inch drive speed wrench, some rust and light pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

511. Lot of six automotive wrenches: 4564-2 WALDEN-WORCESTER ratchet; socket; NASH open end; MAXWELL-3 open end; BUCKEYE spark plug socket; and 2364 box ended wrench that would be driven by ratchet wrench or ratchet extension. (Photo)

512. Two braces including a Stanley No. 923 10-inch with aluminum handles, very good; plus a chain drill with two sections of rusty chain for parts or restoration. (Photo)

513. Three Stanley #83-404 miter clamps, all are very good. (Photo)

514. Osborne saddler's knife with rosewood handle and brass ferrule, very good overall; and a hoof trimmer. (Photo & Photo 2)

515. Pair of CRAFTSMAN 9 666 miter clamps; and a pair of CRAFTSMAN corner clamps 9 666, both all are complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

516. Osborne leather slitter Patented Aug. 1,'76; July 17,'77, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Stanley DEFIANCE 1222 1/2 adjustable square with intact scribe and level; Sears adjustable square with level and center head, some rust; and a CRAFTSMAN 12-inch scale with protractor head, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

518. Unknown make miter square; Lufkin zig zag rule; Stanley rosewood handle try and miter square; and a CRAFTSMAN sliding bevel with 8-inch blade, small area of light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Three Stanley bevels: rosewood handle with 12-inch blade; and two #18 models one is fine and one has light rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

520. Craftsman miter clamps and a puzzle made from two DIAMOND pony shoes connected by chain links with a loop. (Photo)

521. Fine CASE sheath knife with leather wrapped handle inside a nice leather sheath; plus a larger WESTER sheath knife with sheath, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

522. Lot including 8-inch drawknife and five different hammer heads. (Photo & Photo 2)

523. Unknown make military-style dagger and a boot knife with leather sheath. (Photo)

524. Lot including two different bookends each depicting a historic sailing ship; a SHALER RAPID VULCANIZER for clamping patches on inner tubes; four decorative cast iron legs like those of an old stove; and a decorative hook with long screw. (Photo)

525. Lot of wrenches: two flat steel open end automobile wrench sets; three bicycle or pocket wrenches; and two sets of Craftsman ignition wenches one metric and one standard. (Photo)

526. Lot of wrenches: Two crew adjusting pipe wrenches; two ratchets and a T socket. (Photo)

527. Lot of three levels including a Stanley with brass top that attaches to a square, and two with wooden bodies; plus two sharpening stones in original pouches. (Photo)

528. Lot including a clamp for flat stock that can be attached to a table or workbench; two corkscrews; a bottle opener that can be mounted to bar or wall; and an ashtray and HUDSON automobile dash plate? (Photo)

529. Lot: small torch; knife sharpener; folding antique button hook; and a stainless steel folding knife with FARMERS CO-OP logo from Burdett, Kansas, MADE IN CHINA, with original box. (Photo)

530. Pair of anvil/vise combination tools, one is complete and very good; the other has welded repairs and one corner of the base is broken off, could still me mounted to a work bench with the remaining three mounting holes in the base. (Photo)

531. Two bench planes: Chaplin's Patent 21 1/2-inch jointer with improper SIEGLEY blade, spur of hard rubber tote is broken off, patch of moderate to heave rust on bottom, good overall; plus a CHAPIN UNION FACTORY 21-inch wooden jointer that has had a rat gnawing on the toe and top of the wedge. (Photo & Photo 2)

532. Lot of three keyhole saws, one by Diamond Edge. (Photo)

533. Stanley #26 transitional plane with nice SW logo blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)

534. Three wooden planes: rabbet, smoother and nosing, all in good or better usable condition. (Photo)

535. Lot of four try square; one is an all-steel Stanley with nickel plated handle, all need light to moderate cleaning. (Photo)

536. Four wooden molding planes including a fine Sandusky No. 146 7/8-inch rabbet; Ohio Tool No. 72 hollow; unknown make round; and a fully boxed 3/8-inch side bead, all very good. (Photo)

537. Stanley #257N 24-inch mason's level, all vials intact, needs light cleaning, very good overall; plus a 12-inch draw knife that needs a good cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

538. Lot including nice AIKEN Patent (U.S. No. 19,901) tool handle made on an 1858 patent, complete with original wrench; plus a rosewood handled corkscrew; unusual piece of a gate latch; and a nice push drill. (Photo)

539. Box lot: early Stanley #113 compass plane (Type I or 2) with broken plate in back, good for lever cap, bottom, main frame, blade and chip breaker, for find a parts plane with good backing plate and rear handle and complete this one; plus a LUNKENHEIMER No. 3 FIG. 1301 PARAGON oiler with broken glass otherwise complete, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

540. Old wooden tool box 37 x 13 x 13 with original handles and hasp, nothing on inside, in original albeit crazed paint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

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