EAIA & Great Planes Trading Co. Are Proud To Sponsor

THE 2011 DEARBORN ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION

May 20, 2011, 6:30 PM

Double Tree Hotel

5801 Southfield Expressway

Detroit, Michigan 48228

Phone: 313 336-3340

(preview Friday from 3:30 to 6:30 PM)

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001. Early hand forged mortising axe, 7 1/2-inch blade, very good overall. (40 - 60) (Photo)

002. Stanley BEDROCK 605 FT with 90%+ japanning, fine knob & tote with original decal, "STANLEY" lever cap with orange background, VG. (80 - 120) (Photo & Photo 2)

003. Extra large Wm. Marples try square with 18-inch blade and rosewood handle, blade will clean with some residual pitting, very good. (30 - 60) (Photo)

004. Sargent #714 iron "Auto Set" jack plane, with 90%+ japanning, VG original cutter, nice knob, tote missing spur, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

005. Nice crook knife wrapped with copper wire. (50 - 80) (Photo)

006. Leonard Bailey iron jack plane, numerous paint splatters, three owner ID notches filed into left side, will clean to VG overall condition. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

007. Nicely made ferrier's buttress. (30 - 60) (Photo)

008. Unknown make iron spoke shave 19-inches long with 3 7/8-in. cutter, very good; and a Stanley #292 paint scraper, good overall. (50 - 100) (Photo)

009. Early Stanley #9 3/4 block plane with tail handle, VG. (150 - 250) (Photo)

010. Stanley Rule & Level Co. 30-in. #11? plumb & level with rosewood or lignum stock with brass corners & a square side view for the level vial, VG. (30 - 50) (Photo)

011. Stanley #140 skew bladed block plane, SW logo, VG. (75 - 100) (Photo)

012. Millers Falls 30-inch brass-bound plumb & level with mahogany stock, FINE. (40 - 80) (Photo)

013. Stanley #S18 steel block plane, SW logo, VG. (60 - 100) (Photo)

014. Lambert Mulliken & Stackpole 29 1/2-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock and nice eagle logo. (30 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Stanley #140 skew bladed block plane, VG. (75 - 100) (Photo)

016. Millers Falls Co. #2, 26-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock, FINE. (30 - 60) (Photo)

017. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, VG. (15 - 25) (Photo)

018. Homemade 24-inch plumb & level with interesting 2-piece stock of birdseye maple. (40 - 60) (Photo)

019. Late model Stanley #50 light duty combination plow plane with wood handle, full set cutters in original cutter box and chip deflector and screw in original envelope, FINE! (100 - 150) (Photo)

020. L.B. WATTS 28 1/2-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock and nice eagle logo. (40 - 60) (Photo)

021. Stanley #278 rabbet & filletster plane with fence from a Stanley #78 duplex plane, VG. (90 - 125) (Photo)

022. Stanley Rule & Level Co. 28 3/8-inch #96 brass-bound plumb & level PATENT APLD FOR, VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

023. Stanley #248A weatherstripping plow plane with 5 blades and 90 percent plus japanning, FINE. (80 - 120) (Photo)

024. Stanley Rule & Level Co. 28 3/8-inch plumb & level with lignum stock, VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

025. Stanley #78W (weather-stripping) duplex plane, missing steel runner on bottom, captive nut intact, otherwise, fine. (100 - 150) (Photo)

026. Millers Falls #1, 26-inch brass bound plumb & level with mahogany stock, FINE. (50 - 75) (Photo)

027. Stanley #2 smooth plane, V logo cutter, 7-inch bed, VG. (125 - 175) (Photo)

028. Stratton Brothers #2, 26-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock & brass corners, VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

029. Machinist 5-drawer oak tool chest, has Peerless Level & Tool Co. Sterling, Illinois badge on top left drawer, complete, very good overall. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

030. Stanley SW #60 spoke shave with 90%+ japanning, fine. (25 - 45) (Photo)

031. Fine Millers Falls #2 spoke shave with reversible bottom, spare blade, nice rosewood or coco handles, very good nickel plating, fine overall. (50 - 80) (Photo)

032. C.S. Osborne rosewood spoke shave with screw-operated blade adjustment, worn but still usable, plus an unmarked rosewood shave, very good overall. (30 - 60) (Photo)

033. Lot of four mini screwdrivers inc. early one for Stanley combination planes. (20 - 30) (Photo)

034. Large travisher-type shave, very good. (40 - 60) (Photo)

035. Three small oil cans, all VG. (20 - 30) (Photo)

036. Unmarked wooden cabinet scraper, very good. (25 - 45) (Photo)

037. Two hammers: short handled MacAdamizing & and unknown and odd shaped hammer. (25 - 40) (Photo)

038. Pair wooden spoke shaves: one has screw adjusted blade, the other looks homemade, both usable. (20 - 40) (Photo)

039. Homemade scratchstock & a two-handed inshave (20 - 40) (Photo)

040. Edward Preston 4-inch ebony level, marked on side of wood, fine. (30 - 50) (Photo)

041. FINE Stanley #65, 4-fold boxwood rule. (35 - 75) (Photo)

042. Large log or tie marking hammer, "WR 14." (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Three 8-inch smooth planes inc. Like new Stanley H1203 Handyman; Unknown: & HUDSON FORGE Co., very good. (25 - 50) (Photo)

044. Stanley 24-inch Wedge Innovations electronic level patent #4,912,622, like new condition. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Three 8-inch smooth planes inc. WARDSMASTER; FOWLER & SARGENT #408 with early horseshoe lateral lever and improper front knob. (30 - 60) (Photo)

046. Tri-Way inclinometer level Siloam Springs, Arkansas, like new condition. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

047. Three 8-inch iron smooth planes inc. Keen Kutter #KK3; DEFIANCE & a like new Stanley Handyman #H1203. (40 - 80) (Photo)

048. Stanley #42-320 EAIA 50th Anniversary commemorative level, like new. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Stanley #20 compass plane with good "Q" logo cutter, fine. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

050. Stanley #90 steel cased rabbet plane, perfect throat, most japanning remains on cap, fine overall. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

051. Stanley VICTOR #20 1/2 compass plane, with 80%+ japanning, good V logo cutter, very good. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Scarce Stanley #212 scraper plane 70%+ japanning, fine SW marked cutter, VG rosewood knob, VG overall. (800 - 1200) (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Stanley VICTOR #20 compass plane with 70%+ nickel plating, very good V logo cutter, VG. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Stanley #112 scraper plane, 90%+ japanning, very good rosewood tote & knob, R&L logo toothing blade, very good overall. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

055. LUFKIN #7166 sliding inside rule, opens to just under 12-foot and is 6 foot when closed, FINE. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Rosewood box for wax or grease, never used, very nice. (30 - 60) (Photo)

057. Cleveland Rule Co. 56-in. board rule, used for calculating board feet in logs, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Stanley #30 angle divider, complete, fine overall condition. (35 - 75) (Photo)

059. Lufkin 42-inch board rule with Scribner's Decimal C scales, VG. (35 - 75) (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Rosewood & brass 20-inch panel gauge like Stanley #85, unmarked, very nice. (35 - 65) (Photo)

061. Unknown and unmarked board scale, very thin, VG. (25 - 45) (Photo)

062. Stuffed 8-inch steel shoulder plane with 1 1/2-inch cutter, very good overall. (125 - 200) (Photo)

063. Matched pair of 6-inch side rabbet planes made of padouk, fine overall condition. (60 - 100) (Photo)

064. Brass 6 3/8-inch stuffed shoulder plane, 1-inch blade, needs wood stuffing under the wedge, can be restored to usable condition. (50 - 100) (Photo)

065. Nice rosewood or mahogany coachmaker's compassed "T" rabbet plane, very good. (40 - 80) (Photo)

066. Stanley #45 combination plane in nice owner made box, comes with both sets rods, early style came, 18 original cutters, very good overall condition. (75 - 125) (Photo)

067. Stanley #46 skew-bladed combination plane in owner-made box, complete with original box of 11 blades, fine overall condition. (125 - 175) (Photo)

068. Unknown tool handle full of bits, VG. (15 - 35) (Photo)

069. Stanley #2 smooth plane, 80%+ japanning, good tote, knob an incorrect replacement, some paint splatters and former owner's name in side of cheek, can be restored to very good. (100 - 150) (Photo)

070. Stanley #194 fiberboard beveling plane, fine. (35 - 75) (Photo)

071. Mahogany & brass ships bevel with steel blades, very good. (30 - 50) (Photo)

072. Set of six SANDUSKY plow plane blades, an original set in fine overall condition. (40 - 80) (Photo)

073. Union Factory H. CHAPIN unhandled screw-arm plow plane, has cracks on arms that will need to be glued, otherwise, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo)

074. Drawknife with 8-in. blade & small handles similar to those found with Keen Kutter logo, plus an inshave with 4.5-in. blade. (30 - 50) (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Ohio Tool Co. #104 boxwood, screw-arm plow plane, handled; a few small chips and stress or age cracks, very good overall. (100 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

076. James Swan "PAT. APPLD. FOR" folding-handle drawknive, very unusual. (30 - 50) (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Wooden coachmaker's router & a brass copy of a Stanley #51 spoke shave. (20 - 40) (Photo)

078. C.E. Jennings Patent Feb. 20, 1906 folding handle drawknife. (30 - 50) (Photo & Photo 2)

079. Two unusual marking gages: Phelps patternmaker's with brass head for straight or curved work; and another with a steel head and a 14-inch beam, VG. (30 - 50) (Photo)

080. Stanley Rule & Level Co. #87, 4-fold ivory & German silver ruler, fine overall condition. (200 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

081. Pair Stanley marking gages: #90 & #91, both very good. (30 - 50) (Photo)

082. Unusual 12-inch 4-fold ivory & brass folding rule with square sections, marked on two faces only, similar to early merchants rules, fine overall. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

083. Stanley #92 butt & rabbet gauge, complete and in very good overall condition. (75 - 125) (Photo)

084. Pair of wooden spill planes (spill planes were used to make curly shavings that would be used to transfer fire from one place to another; one is marked "J. WILSON" and likely started out as a plane by this maker, both VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

085. Stanley #77-type marking and mortise gauge of rosewood and brass, no markings, fine overall condition. (20 - 40) (Photo)

086. Pair of wooden spill planes; one looks to have started out as a regular plane, the other likely was made as a spill plane, both VG. (20 - 40) (Photo)

087. Rosewood or ebony slitting gauge with 10-inch beam, head has cracks and had been repaired with two screws, very good overall. (20 - 40) (Photo)

088. Three leather or shoemaker's shaves including two heel shaves by Snell & Atherton. (30 - 60) (Photo)

089. Large 27 3/4-inch mahogany bevel, very good overall condition. (15 - 30) (Photo)

090. Patented Transitonal & Metallic Planes in America (PTAMPIA) Vol. 2, personally inscribed by author, FINE. (60 - 90) (Photo)

091. Dictionary of American Hand Tools A Pictorial Synopsis book by Alvin Sellens, VG. (60 - 120) (Photo)

092. Patented Transitonal & Metallic Planes in America (PTAMPIA) Vol. 1, new old stock, FINE. (75 - 125) (Photo)

093. Stanley #144 1/4-inch corner rounding plane, some discoloration on back side, otherwise fine. (200 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

094. RARE Morris Patent jack plane made by Sandusky Tool Company, made on a patent issued Nov. 8, 1870 to Ellis H. Morris of Salem, Ohio. Fancy Victorian casting of bed with flowers and vines. The wood on this one has likely been replaced at some point, complete and very good overall and just needs a good cleaning. (700 - 1400) (Photo & Photo 2)

095. Stanley #144 3/8-inch corner rounding plane, FINE. (150 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

096. Three small levels: inc. Southington? 6-in.; plus a Stanley that attaches to a square. (25 - 50) (Photo)

097. Stanley #144 1/2-inch corner rounding plane, FINE. (150 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

098. Two Stanley machinist levels: #38?, 6-in.; #38 1/2, 4-inch & a third pocket level that attaches to a square. (40 - 60) (Photo)

099. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, 98%+ original japanning, original decal, like new conidition. FINE! (75 - 125) (Photo)

100. Stanley #1 smooth plane, VG Q-logo cutter, some discoloration on bottom, very good overall. (800 - 1200) (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Two Stanley machinist levels: #38 1/2, 4-inch SW; & #39?, 6-inch with decorative sides. (30 - 50) (Photo)

102. Large outside caliper with compression joint and fine adjustment, looks homemade. (15 - 35) (Photo)

103. Antique dental tool: tooth-pulling wrench or tooth key. (40 - 80) (Photo)

104. Two different LITTLE GIANT razor planes new in original packaging. (30 - 60) (Photo)

105. Lot of six small brass plumb bobs inc. one with knurled cap similar to a PRESTON, and another that is graduated and marked "P.C.B.T." (75 - 125) (Photo)

106. Set of Starrett? manufactured brass trammels, one with fine adjustment., complete and very good. (30 - 60) (Photo)

107. Stanley rule trammels, complete and very good. (200 - 400) (Photo)

108. Caldwell's rule gauge made of sheet brass, this piece clamps to the leg of a rule and can be used as a square, depth gage and marking gauge. Described in 1983 issue of Fine Tool Journal. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

109. Stanley Rule & Level Co. #27, early model with intact caliper, some wear, very good overall. (150 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Four 4-fold rules: worn Upson Nut #68: Stanley #7 blindmans; Stanley #66 1/2 ; and a Lufkin #3861, both worn. (50 - 120) (Photo)

111. Disston reversible back saw Patented January 27, 1914, FINE & Disston & Sons panel saw with Disston & Sons medallion, VG. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Wooden framed turning saw, VG. (20 - 40) (Photo)

113. Atkins #31 Midget Saw Jointer NIB, FINE! (20 - 40) (Photo)

114. Pair of brass plumb bobs one looks like NOS. (40 - 80) (Photo)

115. Stunning hand-carved turning saw with 14-inch blade, nicely executed and in very good overall condition. (50 - 100) (Photo)

116. Champion lock mortising machine mfg. by J. Leukart of Columbus, Ohio Patented Sept. 10, 1912, complete and fine. (150 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

117. Henry Disston D76 26-in., 8 ppi, Bi-Centenial saw #0421 in new condition plus an old HENRY DISSTON 26-in., 13 ppi, with Disston name stamped into blade, handle poor. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

118. Unusual 7 1/4-inch infill smooth plane with corrugated bottom, brass bridge, small throat chip, very good overall. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

119. Pair wooden trammels on mahogany beam, wedge locking adjustment, VG. (15 - 30) (Photo)

120. Rosewood stuffed infilled smoothing plane, 7 1/4-inch, some chipping on side where bridge is secured, wedge is a likely replacement, will make a good user. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

121. Pair brass trammels on short steel beam & L.S. Starrettt #C-251 trammels, FINE. (30 - 50) (Photo)

122. Rosewood coffin-shaped smoothing plane, crack in right cheek, replaced beech wedge, will make good user. (40 - 60) (Photo)

123. Coachmaker's skew-bladed 6-inch rabbet plane, very nice. (20 - 40) (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Union Factory H. Chapin unhanded, screw-arm fillester plane. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

125. Scioto Works #105, ivory-tipped rosewood, screw-arm plow plane, handle spur has been repaired, plane shows very well. (250 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

126. Homemade 12-inch brass or gunmetal panel plane with I. SORBY blade, nice rosewood stuffing & bun, applied steel sole, very showy, VG. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

127. Stanley #20, 6-inch try square, plus two Stanley #25 sliding bevels. (30 - 50) (Photo)

128. SPIERS AYR open-handled infill smoothing plane with rosewood stuffing and gunmetal lever cap, little pitting on sides, VG. (250 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2)

129. J.S. HALSTED & C.J. ACKERMAN Carpenter's miter and bevel square, patented June 26, 1855, early and VG. (125 - 175) (Photo)

130. Gage #G35 transitional smooth plane, VG. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

131. Stanley #4 trammel points new in original box. (30 - 60) (Photo)

132. Ebony & brass ultimatium-type brace marked "Improved Brass Framed Brace" and has owner's? names KETTERING & J.W. PANTHER, some checking and chipping, but very good overall. (350 - 500) (Photo)

133. Stanley #4 trammel points, FINE. (25 - 40) (Photo)

134. Unmarked wooden brace with brass chuck, rosewood head, VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

135. SCARCE Fitchburg 6-inch cast iron double plumb & level, no damage, all vials full, VG. (150 - 250) (Photo)

136. Scarce 24-inch L.L. DAVIS inclinometer level in wooden mahogany stock, 3 1/2-inches tall, very good overall. (250 - 350) (Photo & Photo 2)

137. SCARCE Fitchburg 8 1/2-inch cast iron double plumb & level, no damage, all vials intact, VG. (150 - 250) (Photo)

138. RARE Stanley Rule & Level Co. 29-inch, #32 patent adjustable and graduating (inclinometer) level, with eagle logo, all 3 vials intact, nice brass, fine overall. (350 - 750) (Photo & Photo 2)

139. Davis Level & Tool Co. 6-inch "mantle clock" style inclinometer level, 90% original paint, fine overall. (300 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

140. Stanley No. 138 level sights New in fine original box. (20 - 40) (Photo)

141. The Chronicle Newsletters of the Early American Industries bound edition containing volumes 12 thru 26, March 1959 to December 1973, very good overall. (40 - 80) (Photo)

142. Large 7-inch ivory & brass plumb bob with logging scene scrimshawed onto body, FINE. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

143. Tower & Lyon? PERFECTION plumb bob with internal reel. String is let out and reeled in by turning the top, very good overall. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

144. RIDGELY Patent Jan. 12, 1909 plumb bob with built in reel. This one has near perfect nickel plating, fine overall condition. (175 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Four tool books: New reprint of the 1923 Stanley Tools Catalogue #120 like new; reprint of the 1872 Stanley Rule & Level Co. Price List of U.S. Standard Boxwood and Ivory Rules; reprint of the 1867 Price List of Stanley Rule & Level Co.; and a reprint of Disston Handbook on Saws book, all fine or better. (30 - 60) (Photo)

146. Graphic pair of brass trammel points with 5 pointed star in the middle of each, fine. (125 - 200) (Photo)

147. Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools book by John Walter, this is the big book and it is in new condition. (150 - 250)

148. Set of brass trammel points 5 inches long overall, fine. (40 - 80) (Photo)

149. Smaller set trammel points, one with nice pencil holder, fine. (25 - 50) (Photo)

150. Unusual and possibly unique 12-inch quick-adjust nut wrench, not marked with maker's name or patent, first we have seen of this make. FINE. (800 - 1600) (Photo & Photo 2)

151. Vandegrift Patent (U.S. No. 589,765) 6-inch screw-adjust nut wrench, patented Sept. 7, 1897, some pitting, very good overall. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

152. REINER & CAMPBELL Patent (U.S. No. 1,731,954) dividers, complete and very good. (15 - 35) (Photo)

153. Unknown make scorp or inshave, new old stock. (20 - 40) (Photo)

154. Rosewood spoke shave with screw-operated blade adjustment, hang hole in end of handle, very good. (20 - 40) (Photo)

155. Scarce Stanley #84 razor shave, complete and in fine overall condition. (125 - 175) (Photo)

156. Fine carved mahogany router plane with cutter marked C. PAYNE. (40 - 80) (Photo)

157. Large 19 1/2-inch wooden spoke shave, not marked, very well made, very good overall condition. (60 - 80) (Photo)

158. Hermitage Works plated Sheffield brace, pad has chunks missing from one side, otherwise, OK. (60 - 110) (Photo)

159. The Cleveland Twist Drill Co. brass bit stand for number sized bits, fine overall condition. (20 - 40) (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Machinist 7-drawer oak tool chest, EAGLE lock company lock is also marked BAKER CASE, complete and very good overall. (125 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

161. Sandusky #119 handled screw-arm plow plane, some thread chips, but otherwise very good; plus H.CHAPIN #139 7/8-inch dado missing wedge; & Ohio Tool Co. #116, 1 1/4-inch skew bladed rabbet plane, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo)

162. Connecticut-style hand adz, very good overall, two touch marks. (75 - 150) (Photo)

163. Pair Stanley #101 mini block planes, one with later red cap and one black, both FINE. (10 - 20) (Photo)

164. Norris London #A5 infill smooth plane, beech infill, little used original cutter, FINE. (300 - 450) (Photo & Photo 2)

165. Rare rosewood & German silver caliper and level combination tool. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

166. R. NELSON LONDON wooden compass plane, has crack in side from wedge being driven in too tightly, otherwise VG, also included is an 18th Century Dutch plane with original albeit pitted cutter, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

167. Stanley 7-inch Excelsior style block plane with knuckle cap, & Stanley 60 1/2 low angle block plane, both VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

168. Three iron block planes: Millers Falls Co. 5 1/2-in. #5, Fine; Stanley #65 low angle block planes with knuckle jointed lever cap, VG; & 7-inch Birmingham? with squirrel-tail handle. (40 - 60) (Photo)

169. Three brass-bound 4-fold rules: Stanley #84: Stanley 62 1/2 ; and a 66 3/4, all complete and very good. (60 - 100) (Photo)

170. Master Rule Co. Interlox #106 sliding zig-zag type rule, New Old Stock; and STAR LEADER PRICE 10 CENTS, New Old Stock. (30 - 60) (Photo)

171. Two C.S. OSBORNE & C0. Rosewood spoke or leather shaves, one has screw operated blade adjustment, the other is fixed, both in very good overall condition. (20 - 40) (Photo)

172. Bailey Defiance 8 1/2-in. smooth plane with adjuster, Stanley blade, VG. (300 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

173. Lot of two 8-inch smooth planes: Vaughan & Bushnell #903 with hang hole in toe & Sargent #708 Auto-Set with repaired tote. (30 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

174. Display board of Eagle Lock Co. screws out of old hardware store. (50 - 100) (Photo)

175. Large traditional cabinetmaker's tool chest with inlaid lid, dovetailed at the corners, double iron handles on the ends, full bank of drawers, top drawer has lid, and a lid covers the saw till, fine overall condition. (300 - 600) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

176. Curry Patent (April 4, 1905) 31-inch mason's level made by the L.M. Curry Co. Brighton, Michigan) with intact paper label and embossed vial covers, Good. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

177. Heavy 24-inch jointer, tropical hardwood body, tapered R. MATHER & SON PIVOT SHEFFIELD blade. (30 - 50) (Photo)

178. RARE Union Gravity Level Co. Sioux City, Iowa 28-in. inclinometer level, made on a patent issued January 9, 1923 to James Reed of Akron, Iowa, VG. (250 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2)

179. Unusual Japanese-style 17-in. wood plane with RABBET BRAND cutter Made in China. (40 - 80) (Photo)

180. Gibson Plumb & Level Co Lahoma, Okla. 30-inch inclinometer level, Patent June 25, 1907 patent, fine overall. (200 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

181. Rosewood razee-style 21 3/4-inch jointer plane with L&IJ White blade, VG. (30 - 50) (Photo)

182. Wood's Patent June 14, 1887 patent plumb & level with pop-up sights & fancy brass side views, by Tower & Lyon, VG. (60 - 90) (Photo & Photo 2)

183. NOS Palmer Meadville, Penn. Folding handle drawknife with set of fine chamfer guides on graduated beam. (80 - 120) (Photo)

184. L. L. Davis Patent March 17, 1867, wooden plumb & level, VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

185. Diamond Edge pony shave, scuffed but intact handles, VG. (20 - 40) (Photo)

186. Stanley #3 smooth plane, IOB, WWII-era, FINE. (40 - 80) (Photo)

187. OVB (Hibbard, Spencer and Bartlett) pony shave, FINE. (20 - 40) (Photo)

188. Stanley #193A Fibre Board Plane, IOB, Complete and fine. (50 - 100) (Photo)

189. C.E. Jennings pony shave, one handle loose, VG. (20 - 40) (Photo)

190. Leonard Bailey #9 1/2 Excelsior style block plane, VG. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

191. Leonard Bailey 18-inch iron jointer plane with iron tote, decorative cap screw & front knob, very good original cutter, very good overall. (200 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

192. Leonard Bailey #9 1/2 Type 4 Excelsior style block plane. (30 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Leonard Bailey 13 1/2-in. iron jack plane with iron tote and decorative cap screw & front knob, very good original cutter, the heel was chipped and re-ground at some point, still VG. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Leonard Bailey #0 1/2 block plane, completely original and very good. (200 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

195. Chaplin's Improved 18-in. iron fore plane, with intact hard rubber tote, light pitting on top of original cutter, will clean to VG. (50 - 90) (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Leonard Bailey #2 block plane, complete and very good. (250 - 450) (Photo & Photo 2)

197. Stanley #A5 aluminum jack plane, with SW logo cutter, very good rosewood tote & knob, 85%+ plating on lever cap, FINE. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Early ivory & brass sector rule, has a few small cracks near hinge, but is in very good overall condition. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

199. Ridgely Patent plumb bob with internal reel that is operated by a knurled wheel on the side, very good overall condition. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

200. Unusual & possibly patented brass plumb-bob reel with 8-oz. brass surveyor's type plumb bob. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Unknown make ivory & German silver architects 24-inch, 4-fold rule, a little faint on the outside compared to the inside, very good overall. (175 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Disston 14-inch reversible back saw patented January 27, 1914, fine overall condition. (50 - 100) (Photo)

203. Stanley #984 ratcheting corner brace New In Original Box. (125 - 200) (Photo)

204. Disston 18-inch panel saw with 9 tpi blade, very good overall. (40 - 80) (Photo)

205. Millers Falls #718 Chain Drill new in original box, drill new, box fine. (25 - 75) (Photo)

206. Two wooden boxes of misc. bitstock tools inc. countersinks, center bits, spoon bits, etc. (25 - 50) (Photo)

207. Unknown adjustable hollow auger with built in depth stop, repainted black; plus a new old stock A.A. Woods adjustable hollow auger. (50 - 100) (Photo)

208. RARE Stanley Surgeon's brace with original Stanley-marked bit, fine overall. (300 - 500) (Photo)

209. Hollow auger with five different sized attachments; plus an E.C. Stearns adjustable hollow auger complete with depth stop, very good. (40 - 80) (Photo)

210. Wm Marples & Sons Hibernia Works "ULTIMATUM" brass plated rosewood brace, most of ivory ring remains in head, fine overall. (350 - 550) (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Pair of auger handles: NOS handle with two wing nuts may be a Millers Falls #2; & an unknown patent handle in which the bit is secured by screwing in one of the handles. (40 - 80) (Photo)

212. Five push drills inc. Yankee #42 with wood handle; two #41 & two #44, all but one in fine overall condition. (35 - 75) (Photo)

213. LIE-NIELSEN #1 smooth plane (same size as Stanley #1), this one is in like new condition. (300 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Stanley #71 router plane, new old stock, complete and in original box. Box is also new. (75 - 125) (Photo)

215. LIE-NIELSEN mini scraper, same size as Stanley #212, in like-new condition. (200 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Stanley #386 jointer gauge, new in original box, box had been crushed on one end and is taped with masking tape. (100 - 150) (Photo)

217. Unknown make 5-inch, wood-stuffed gunmetal smooth plane with 1-inch cutter, VG. (50 - 75) (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Stanley #148-7/8-inch tongue & groove plane, new in original box, box end has been taped with clear tape. (75 - 125) (Photo)

219. E. Preston 5/8-inch rabbet plane, Reg. 387163, 85%+ nickel plating, VG. (250 - 350) (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Stanley #45 Combination Plow Plane, complete, new in original pasteboard box, plane is new, box is fine. (200 - 300) (Photo)

221. Unknown make 5/8-inch rosewood-stuffed rabbet plane with applied steel sole, VG. (150 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

222. Craftsman #5329 Combination Plow Plane. early Sargent-made model late 1920s to early 1930s, comes with canvas blade roll full of blades, long & short rods, and tattered remains of instructions. (150 - 200) (Photo)

223. Lie-Nielsen #95 edge trimming block plane, Limited Edition Number 12 of not more than 250 produced, new condition in original box. (100 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

224. FINE Stanley Gage #3 smooth plane, like new. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Union #X3C vertical post smooth plane, VG. (125 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

226. Steer's Patent 8-inch smooth plane with rosewood wear strips dovetailed into bottom, VG. (250 - 350) (Photo & Photo 2)

227. Yankee No. 30A spiral ratchet screwdriver New In Original Box. (40 - 60) (Photo)

228. Stanley #95 butt gauge new in original box, box rough; plus a homemade saw jointer. (20 - 40) (Photo)

229. Like new TRUE TEMPER broad axe. (75 - 125) (Photo)

230. Two NOS Plane-Axe combination hatchets with small planes built into the heads, both in their original cardboard display box with original owners pamphlet. (100 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

231. Patented hammer with nail holder on side of head, good overall condition. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

232. Voight Patent (U.S. No. 712,983) double claw hammer marked with the patent date and sporting a newer handle, very good overall. (125 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

233. Stanley #10 carriage maker's rabbet plane, 80% japanning, little life left in blade, will clean to very good overall. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

234. Unknown make pole adz, very good. (60 - 90) (Photo)

235. Stanley #4 1/2 jumbo smooth plane, WWII model, 95%+ japanning, some light rust, will clean to fine overall. (45 - 75) (Photo & Photo 2)

236. Mortising axe, nicely made, no maker's marks visible, VG. (60 - 100) (Photo)

237. Stanley #40 scrub plane, late model BB logo cutter, 98%+ japanning, like new rosewood tote and knob, fine or better. (60 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Three corner chisels inc. NOS 3/4-in. Oak Leaf; VG 1/2-in. P.S.&W.; & a T.H. WITHERBY 1-inch. (75 - 150) (Photo)

239. Stanley Gage #3 smooth plane, complete and very good. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

240. Unusual wood & brass marking gauge for flat or curved work, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

241. Stanley #2 smooth plane, 95%+ japanning, fine rosewood tote and knob, fine overall. (125 - 200) (Photo)

242. Wooden screw box and two mini Stanley screwdrivers like those that came with early 45 & 55 combination planes. (30 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Large wooden try square with 3-inch by 33-inch blade, VG. (20 - 40) (Photo)

244. RARE 28-inch Worrell's Patent jointer plane with iron top plate, complete and in fine overall condition. (175 - 275) (Photo & Photo 2)

245. Ohio Tool Co. 1 1/2-inch jack rabbet plane, missing nicker, but otherwise VG. (30 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Long handled gouge with curved blade marked SNOW & NEALLEY Co., BANGOR MAINE. (30 - 60) (Photo)

247. Two 8-inch iron smooth planes: Millers Falls #8; and an American Beauty, very good. (30 - 60) (Photo)

248. ACME 28-inch inclinometer level, fine overall condition. (60 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Three 8-inch iron smooth planes: TRUSTWORTHY; CRAFTSMAN & SARGENT #408, all VG. (40 - 80) (Photo)

250. Traditional woodworking work bench, with two vises, hold down holes, complete and very good. (350 - 650)(Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

251. Two 8-inch iron smooth planes: RICH-CON & OHIO TOOL Co. #03C, both VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

252. Drier Brothers Chicago 20 1/2-inch pitch level, FINE. (40 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Three different chalk-line reels: two different Eastman's Always Ready by Seymour Products; and one DANDEE-REEL by Cedarberg Mfg. Mpls. Minn. (30 - 60) (Photo)

254. FIVE FEATURE LEVEL #518 by Douglas Co., Charlotte, NC, 18-inch aluminum plumb & level etc., very good overall condition. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Gene Harp brass plumb bob with reel. Gene is a retired machinist from Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He has created reproduction hammers and plumb bobs and other tools for many years. (50 - 100) (Photo)

256. Four brass plumb bobs inc. one marked "8261635" & an 8-oz. #54 MF (Millers Falls?) Co., VG. (60 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Very rare and genuine antique ivory & silver plumb bob that was turned on an ornamental lathe, FINE. (150 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

258. Reversible 11-oz. brass plumb bob with steel shaft/tip. (125 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Super large 39-pound brass plumb bob, made by contemporary tool maker, Gene Harp, of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, this one comes with the wooden cradle that it is shown resting in in the photo. (150 - 300) (Photo)

260. Stanley #2C corrugated 7-inch smooth plane, with T-logo blade, fine rosewood tote and knob, fine overall condition. (300 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2)

261. UNION MFG CO. #2C 7-inch smooth plane with nice tote, beaded knob, proper blade, marked in bed behind frog UNION NO. 2, fine overall. (350 - 600) (Photo & Photo 2)

262. Pair of wooden spoke shaves: Marples & Sons Sheffield; & W. JOHNSON NEWARK NJ screw adjusted blade, both fine. (40 - 80) (Photo)

263. Mahogany & brass ships bevel & homemade stair saw. (35 - 75) (Photo & Photo 2)

264. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with "STANLEY" marked blade, 60% japanning, very good handle, some light rust. (50 - 75) (Photo)

265. Smaller turning saw with 10-inch blade and boxwood handles, very good overall. (40 - 80) (Photo)

266. Stanley #12 1/2 cabinet scraper with 85%+ japanning, very good handle, DISSTON & SONS blade, VG. (60 - 100) (Photo)

267. America Scroll Saw by Delta Specialty Company Patented Aug. 21, 1923, in original paint, very good overall. (125 - 200) (Photo)

268. Stanley #81 cabinet scraper, has decal on blade, light rust, will clean to VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

269. Unknown make wooden screw-arm sash plane with broken wedge and some chipping on screws; plus a small hag's tooth router, VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

270. Sandusky Tool Co. #113, 1-inch twin-iron nosing plane; plus a sash plane made of Portugese cork oak. (30 - 60) (Photo)

271. A. HOWLAND boxwood screw-arm, handled plow plane, the fence has been repaired, very good. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

272. Stanley #85 cabinet scraper plane with tilting handles and unmarked blade, VG. (350 - 700) (Photo)

273. Early 28 1/2-in. Stanley #25 level, ex Ivon Risley collection, very good overall. (75 - 125) (Photo)

274. Rosewood 12-inch spirit level with brass top and bottom plates, VG. (35 - 75) (Photo & Photo 2)

275. RARE O.B. FULLER patent Sept. 18, 1887 inclinometer level that uses a tiling piece containing a tiny plumb bob. Made by The Pittsburgh Novelty Works, Pittsburgh, Kansas, marked on the inside MANF'D FOR THE MURRAY & PORTER LEVEL CO. PITTSBURGH, KANSAS, small crack in the window that the plumb bob is under, VG. (1500 - 2500) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

276. Stanley #96?, 9-inch brass-bound rosewood plumb & level, fine overall condition. (300 - 500) (Photo & Photo 2)

277. Cook's 30-inch level Patent Dec. 7, 1886, made by Davis & Cook, VG. (75 - 100) (Photo)

278. Stanley #0, 24-inch plumb & level, with cherry stock, FINE. (40 - 80) (Photo)

279. Declivity (boat builder's) level with three sets of vials. (100 - 200) (Photo)

280. SCARCE Cook's Patent Dec. 7, 1886 ALUMINUM plumb & level, made by Davis & Cook, 23 1/2-in, corner chip from bottom rail, otherwise very good. (250 - 350) (Photo)

281. ACME or Southington Hardware Co. 18-inch double plumb & level PAT APPL'D FOR, with vial housings attached with two screws each, VG. (30 - 60) (Photo)

282. Stanley #49 bit & square level, fine overall. (50 - 80) (Photo)

283. Nice Disston & Morss 30-inch plumb & level with graduated inclinometer dial on one side, very good laminated stock, very good overall. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

284. Faintly marked and well worn #92 ivory rule with one leg glued at the joint. (25 - 50) (Photo)

285. Scarce STANLEY #140 TYPE I skew bladed block plane with removable side, with patent date stamped into the side, 98%+ nickel on trip, fine overall. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

286. Small set of brass trammel points 5 1/4-inch overall, fine. (30 - 60) (Photo)

287. Set of 3 1/2-inch brass trammel points, one with pencil holder, fine. (30 - 60) (Photo)

288. Dictionary of Tools book by R.A. Salaman. These are great books to help the novice figure out what type of tool they have found. (25 - 50) (Photo)

289. Appleton's Cyclopedia of Applied Mechanics 3 vols. All three are like new. (100 - 150) (Photo)

290. Two tool books, Hand Tools Their Ways & Workings, by Aldren A. Watson, some staining on back of original dust jacket otherwise fine; & Traditional Woodworking Handtools by Graham Blackburn, with original jacket, fine overall. (30 - 60) (Photo)

291. BLISH, MIZE & SILLIMAN Hardware Co. Atchison, Kansas, thick hardware catalog, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo)

292. GATES HARDWARE & SUPPLY Tulsa, Oklahoma, hardware catalog, VG. (30 - 50) (Photo)

293. Stanley #2, 7-inch smooth plane, with fine rosewood tote and knob, BB logo blade, 99%+ nickel plating on lever cap, fine overall. (200 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

294. Stanley #120 Type I with early round Stanley-logo blade with patent dates, has the solid 5-point star, missing the apple front knob which is press fitted into the socket on the front. These are very scarce. The first of this model that we have ever seen or sold. (400 - 600) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

295. Stanley #131 double-ended block plane with screw-adjust cutter mechanism with 95%+ japanning, complete and fine. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2)

296. RARE Stanley #110 Type 3 with R&L logo blade, solid 5-point star lever cap, original press fit knob, complete and in very good overall condition. The first of this model that we have ever seen or sold. (400 - 600) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

297. Pair of auger handles: Millers Falls #4 ratcheting model, complete and very good; plus a NOS unmarked Millers Falls #2. (40 - 80) (Photo)

298. All steel blacksmiths brace, complete and very good; plus a brace type washer cutter patented made on a patent issued Oct. 16, 1883 to Isaac Heysinger, this one is missing the adjustable blades but is otherwise very good. (40 - 60) (Photo & Photo 2)

299. Two different Ohio Tool Co. #03 planes; one is a smooth bottom marked "No. 03" on toe; the other corrugated and marked "03" on toe, both VG. (40 - 60) (Photo)

300. RARE KERRY DRILL CO. DETROIT MICH. breast drill, first drill of this make that we are aware of. (250 - 350) (Photo & Photo 2)

301. Fine Stanley #3 smooth plane & very good Stanley #3C smoother. (30 - 60) (Photo)

302. Stanley #41 Millers Patent combination plow plane with fillester bed, wrap around fence and auxiliary fence, and original cutter box with 8 cutters including match and seven plows, japanning has been enhanced and the handle spur and been re-shaped, VG. (450 - 650) (Photo & Photo 2)

303. Two 8-inch smooth planes inc. FULTON & Keen Kutter #K3C (early style Bedrock body), both very good. (35 - 65) (Photo)

304. Scarce Stanley #9 cabinet maker's block plane, no structural damage, very good cutter, 85%+ plating remains on lever cap, nice japanning in bed, VG overall. (600 - 900) (Photo & Photo 2)

305. EVERKEEN #3C smooth plane, good tote and knob, light pitting on top of cutter, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo)

306. Kimberley Patent plow plane with center adjusting screw, VG. (60 - 120) (Photo & Photo 2)

307. Stanley #240, 50-inch sliding inside rule, VG. (25 - 50) (Photo)

308. T.D. PAT. FEB. 27, 1906 take-down rafter or framing square. (50 - 75) (Photo)

309. E. SMITH ROCKFORD ILLINOIS Pat. Oct. 24, 1876, sliding rule, VG. (60 - 100) (Photo)

310. Unmarked 9-inch rosewood smooth plane with nice BUCK BROS. double iron, FINE. (35 - 60) (Photo)

311. B.B. & W.R. NOYES DETROIT 1 1/2-inch ogee complex molding plane, complete and very good. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Unknown complex profile molding plane in exotic hardwood with BURYS & CO. single iron, very nice. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Rosewood 9 1/2-inch plane with slightly concave bottom, with MOULSON BROTHERS iron, FINE. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

314. Ohio Tool Co. #8, 8-inch boxwood smooth plane with Kellett's Patent Sept. 16, 1884 blade, VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

315. UNION MFG CO. #4 3/8 heavy smooth plane, nice original blade, good beaded knob, tote broken and glued, 90%+ original japanning, complete and in very good overall condition. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

316. Unusual BUHL 4 1/2C Heavy smooth plane made circa 1915 by Stanley for Buhl Sons & Co., Detroit, Mich. This one has 95%+ japanning, a fine tote and knob, it is in fine overall condition. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

317. SCARCE Stanley #5 1/4C junior jack plane, has fine SW blade, 95%+ japanning, fine rosewood tote and knob, fine overall condition. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

318. RARE JENNINGS PATENT 14-inch jack plane with rosewood wear strips dovetailed into the bottom, this one has 95%+ japanning, a fine original blade, nice early-style tote and beaded knob, fine overall. (200 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Machinist 8-drawer, drop-front, oak tool chest, complete and very good overall. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

320. Ohio Tool Co. #0113 (same as Stanley #113) compass or circle plane, 65%+ japanning, good original cutter, VG. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Five Ohio Tool molding planes: Sets of #3 & #6 H&R planes and one #43 1/2 scotia plane. (50 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Fulton Tool Co. #113 compass plane with 90%+ japanning, FULTON blade, floral casting for front knob similar to Stanley Type 8A, VG. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Three wooden molding planes: Ohio Tool #75 3/4-in. match plane; Sandusky "Special" weatherstripping rabbet & an Auburn Tool Co. 2-in. rabbet with opened throat, all VG. (40 - 80) (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Stanley #13 compass or circle plane, sole plate screwed to frog, solid brass adjuster nut with patent date, japanning enhanced, VG. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Handled screw-arm plow plane, rosewood body, nuts and arms look like crude replacements, ex. Clarence Hargis museum. (60 - 100) (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Lakeside #113 compass plane with 90%+ japanning, "FULTON" blade, floral casting for front knob similar to Stanley Type 8A, VG. (60 - 120) (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Stanley #A6 aluminum fore plane, good SW logo blade, nickel on lever cap is 45%+, splinter from side of tote spur, nice rosewood knob, fine overall. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

328. UNION #413 nickel plated compass plane (similar to Stanley #20), has 90%+ nickel plating, good original blade, fine overall. (150 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

329. Barking spud 32 inches long overall with dry rotted handle, blade painted black, good. (20 - 40) (Photo)

330. Unmarked 3-inch timber framing slick with nice handle and leather sheath. (80 - 120) (Photo)

331. Stanley #62 low angle bench plane, 90%+ japanning, very good SW logo blade, nice rosewood tote and knob, fine overall. (300 - 400) (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Stanley BEDROCK #8 TYPE I 24-inch jointer plane, this is the very first BEDROCK type, the bed is marked No. 8, fine rosewood tote and knob, very good overall condition. (100 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Sargent #22 Shaw's Patent 22-inch iron jointer plane, 90%+ japanning, tote spur missing from otherwise good tote, nice beaded knob, lever cap from #418, very good overall condition. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

334. Stanley #238 weather-stripping plane with 1/8-inch blade, 95%+ japanning, fine overall condition. (125 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Stanley #92 cabinet maker's rabbet or shoulder plane, V-logo badge on toe, 90%+ nickel, complete and in fine overall condition. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Stanley #76 razor edge spokeshave with 80%+ nickel plating, PAT 2-19-01 under handle, complete and very good overall. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Vaughan & Bushnell VANADIUM #904 smooth plane with flat sides like Stanley Bedrock planes, nickel plating 75%+ on sides, bottom and lever cap; nice original tote and knob, fine overall. (150 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2)

338. Stanley #75 razor edge spokeshave, PAT APPLED FOR on top of blade, 90%+, fine overall condition. (125 - 175) (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Stanley #R100N take-down framing or rafter square with SW logo, with original canvas sheath with partial paper label, fine overall. (100 - 150) (Photo)

340. Antique Fire Horse Bells from St. Paul, Minnesota fire department, the consignor says he got these many years ago at an antique show in the Twin Cities. The bells have three clackers for the top bell and three for the bottoms, and they have a beautiful ring. (150 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

341. RARE MARTEN DOSCHER New York 20-inch transitional fore plane, patented OCT. 2, 1888, FINE. (120 - 220) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

342. RARE MARTEN DOSCHER New York 15-inch transitional jack plane, patented OCT. 2, 1888, replaced knob, tote missing spur, VG. (100 - 200) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

343. Genuine salesman's sample PARAMOUNT STEAM WASHER CO. copper washing machine Kansas City, Kansas, Patented August 11, 1925, this one is complete and fine. (300 - 600) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

344. Scarce Fitchburg 18-inch cast iron plumb & level with 75%+ japanning, all three vials full, no structural damage, very good overall; plus a set of Stanley #138 level sights for iron levels, VG. (200 - 400) (Photo)

345. Stanley #66 Type I hand beader. This one is new old stock from a hardware store in Hutchinson, Kansas, has SW logo router bit and round fence. (100 - 150) (Photo)

346. Davis Level & Tool Co. 18-inch inclinometer level with fancy filagree casting, 85%+ japanning, intact level vial and pointer, complete and very good overall. (250 - 450) (Photo)

347. DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. 24-inch double plumb & level in sheet metal box with sliding lid, FINE! (125 - 175) (Photo)

348. M.W. Robinson Co. 24-inch cast iron plumb & level marked on brass plate on one side THE DAVIS LEVEL, M.W. ROBINSON Co., NEW YORK. U.S.A. and on the other side PATD May 29, 1877. 1883. Has one dry plumb vial, 90%+ japanning, VG. (75 - 150) (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Homemade? Brass-bound plumb and level with laminated stock, very well made. (50 - 100)

350. RARE Habel Patent inclinometer level patented by Jacob Habel of Minneapolis, Minn. Made on a patent issued July 17, 1894 to Jacob Habel of Minneapolis, Minnesota. This one comes with the original key for rotating the inclinometer vial, complete and fine. (1200 - 1800) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

351. VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL #807 LINCOLN 22-inch corrugated iron jointer plane, looks a lot like a Stanley, has a screw adjusted frog, fine original blade, nice tote and tall knob, 95%+ japanning, fine overall. (75 - 125) (Photo & Photo 2)

352. RARE Sargent #1507 LADYBUG rabbet plane, has 95%+ original nickel plating, fine original blade, fine overall condition. Sargent used a poor nickel plating process, so to find a plane this scarce with this much nickel intact is amazing. (650 - 1250)(Photo)

353. RARE Magnuson Patent (U.S. No. #452,498) rabbeting iron spokeshave with folding handles, this one has a new blade made by Wayne Anderson based on an unmarked original owned by Tom Lamond, this one is in fine overall condition. (500 - 1000)(Photo & Photo 2)

354. Stephens 036 combination rule, level and bevel; and a 8-inch combination rule & level, plus a set of three nickel-plated trammel points, one with fine adjustment, all on a rosewood beam, fine overall condition. (75 - 150) (Photo)

355. RARE Stanley #42 gunmetal Millers Patent combination plow plane, this is a later model made after 1882 with the patented slitter, complete with with fillester bed in excellent little-used condition. (1200 - 2200)(Photo & Photo 2)

356. L. BAILEY BOSTON #61 adjustable iron spoke shave, with original blade, two-piece frame arrangement, just a trace of original japanning remains, the "split frame of spoke shaves," very good overall condition. (150 - 350) (Photo)

357. Stanley #9 3/4 Type 2 block plane with original tail handle, circa 1874-75, cutter has the EXTENDED logo and patent dates, a scarce early block plane could stand a light cleaning. (300 - 450) (Photo & Photo 2)

358. Scarce Stanley #47 dado plane in little used condition, This one has 90 percent plus original japanning, a very nice rosewood tote and beaded knob, has the proper milled off depth stop boss on right side, short rods, early skate without the holes for the auxiliary bottom that came with early #46 planes, rear depth stop intact, come with one blade, fine overall, fine overall. (250 - 450) (Photo & Photo 2)

359. Unusual Kenney Patent 1907 hand-powered vacuum cleaner, most of the original blue paint as well as the finish on the wooden handles and the decals are intact, best of all this one is in fine working condition. (150 - 250) (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

360. FINE Pearson's Patent (U.S. #876,086) Nailing Tool, hoppers is filled with nails which slide down a chute to the head, this one has most of the original blue paint and pinstriping along with Mfd. by P.J. LINDE, ROBBINSDAE, MINN, PAT'D JAN. 26, '92, this date is for the earlier patent (U.S. 467,864) that Pearson had been granted for a Carpet Stretcher and Tacker that is very similar to the later nailer patent, fine overall condition. Made on a patent issued Jan. 7, 1908 to Martin Pearson of Robbinsdale, Minnesota. (150 - 300) (Photo & Photo 2)

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