The Early American Industries Association & Great Planes Trading Co. Proudly Present

SOLOMONS ISLAND ANTIQUE, TOOL AUCTION

May 18, 2012, 6 PM

Holiday Inn Hotel Solomons

155 Holiday Drive

Solomons, Maryland 20688

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This auction will feature rare and unusual Stanley planes, patented planes by other makers and other tools from the Arlet and Sandra Cassaidy collection of Waterloo, IA; numerous antiques from the Wally & Irene Adams collection of Goodfield, IL; and a nice collection of nautical antiques and navigational instruments from an Atlanta, Georgia collection.

001. Stanley #607C flat sided jointer plane with V-logo blade, very good rosewood tall knob, tote broken in middle and glued, very good overall. (Photo)

002. Unusual BIRMINGHAM 20-inch transitional fore plane with faucet-handle blade adjuster, tote spur has been broken off, good overall condition. (Photo)

003. Stanley BEDROCK #606 flat sided fore plane with 85%+ japanning, good SW logo blade, very good tote and tall knob, STANLEY lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

004. Stanley #28 transitional fore plane with Q-logo blade, fine tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo)

005. Stanley BEDROCK #606C flat sided fore plane with 75%+ japanning, good tall knob, tote broken at base, will make a good user. (Photo)

006. SARGENT Shaw's Patent #15C with fine tote and knob, original blade, very good overall. (Photo)

007. Sargent #3407 7-inch transitional smooth plane, dated lateral lever, very good overall. (Photo)

008. Stanley #194 fiber board beveling plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

009. Stanley #21 7-inch transitional smooth plane, Q-logo blade, complete and very good. (Photo)

010. Keen Kutter KK23 9-inch transitional smooth plane, has block and wedge logo stamped into left side of plane, very good overall. (Photo)

011. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

012. Sargent #5306 6-inch iron block plane with Page's patent lever cap, good cutter, very good overall. (Photo)

013. Stanley #66 Type I hand beader with set of blades and both fences, fine overall. (Photo)

014. Stanley #21 adjustable try square with 6-inch SW blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Stanley 10-inch pipe wrench, SW logo, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Stanley #200 plane blade and chisel grinding fixture. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. Stanley 4 SQUARE adjustable try square with 6-inch blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. Stanley #38 oil burner level, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. Stanley #97 marking gage with japanned head; plus a Stanley SW awl with all but two of the original bits inside, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Lot of four brass handrail shaves with rosewood? handles, one of the blades has a partial D.R. BARTON logo, all are in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. Stanley #85 razor shave, chip from under one side of handle was glued back into place, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

022. Late model Windsor Beader marked with Sept. 1, 1885 patent date, intact fence, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

023. Stanley #76 razor shave, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

024. Millers Falls cigar spoke shave with FEB. 19, 1884, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

025. Stanley #55 combination plow plane in original chestnut box, with all four main sections, rods, beading stop, two depth stops, auxiliary tower, and four boxes containing 54 blades including the dated slitter, a fine plane with very good set of blades. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

026. Nautical searchlight in several coats of old paint. (Photo)

027. Large bronze or brass three-bladed screw or propeller for a tug or trawler, weights over 100 lbs. (Photo)

028. Large white mast light, comes with extra blue lens. (Photo)

029. BENDIX No. CA15320-B reproduction? ships telegraph mounted on a board. (Photo)

030. Pair of rope bumpers or fenders for hanging on the side of a boat or barge to soften landings. (Photo)

031. Large old wooden lobster trap. (Photo)

032. The Sportster by Ta-pat-co 1930s era life vest, The American Pad & Textile Co. Greenfield, Ohio. (Photo)

033. Hand bilge pump, brass body with iron pipe at bottom, very good. (Photo)

034. Wooden lobster trap buoy, a small wooden block, and a vent top. (Photo)

035. Large brass search light mounted on a wooden base, looks like a newer production. (Photo)

036. Large mast light with red lens and a spare blue lens. (Photo)

037. Large round brass porthole. (Photo)

038. Siegley Patent plow plane, one screw missing, includes one blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Stanley #50 Type I reproduction plow plane by Paul Hamler, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Stanley #41 Millers Patent plow plane with fillester bed and blade, early two-piece brass screws, one crack in handle rivet, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Stanley #57 core box plane with one set of risers and intact crossbar with turnbuckles, nice nickel and fine wood, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

042. Stanley #46 skew bladed plow plane with set of 10 blades including match in original blade box, later model with rosewood fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Early Stanley #43 Millers Patent plow plane with 5/8-inch blade, unslotted screws securing fence, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

044. Dutch blockschraft smoothing plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

045. Unusual 5 1/2-inch rosewood double beading plane with brass plate on toe, fine overall. (Photo)

046. Nice coopers plucker with rusty Thos. Ibbotson blade, very good overall. (Photo)

047. Dennison & Co. unhandled boxwood plow with screw-operated depth stop, a few thread chips on the arms, very good overall. (Photo)

048. 048. Japanese-style 9 1/2-inch rosewood smooth plane, cuts on pull stroke, no markings on blade or plane, fine overall condition. (Photo)

049. Unmarked handled rosewood screw-arm plow plane with boxwood arms fence and nuts, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

050. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 17 in near new condition in original pasteboard box with double row box of original blades, plane is complete down to the original screwdriver and instruction booklet, outer box is very good with intact label, and cutter box is fine with intact label. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. AUBURN TOOL CO. handled rosewood plow plane with rosewood fence, boxwood nuts, one of the thin inner nuts has a wire holding it together, letter "R" scratched into right side of body, a few typical chips, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

052. Stanley #138 level sights for wooden levels, like new in original pasteboard box, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Millers Falls #77 router plane in fine condition in original albeit faded box, plane retains nearly all original japanning and comes with all three original blades, a near new plane in a good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Stanley #80 cabinet scraper, new condition in fine box; plus two like new Stanley #89 clapboard siding gauges, in original box bottom. (Photo & Photo 2)

055. Stanley #71 router plane in original pasteboard box with picture label, throat closing attachment, original blades, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Stanley #49 Bit Gauge in original pasteboard box, complete and fine; plus a Stanley #95 Butt Gauge in original box, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. Nicholls 3-R Rafter Framing square copper clad, very good; plus a Stanley No. 18 square, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Full set of Irwin auger bits in the original wooden box with an added Irwin adjustable auger bit and the original booklet, a fine set. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. Stanley No. 12 square, very good; plus a Stanley Handyman No. 1222 1/2 combination square with intact scribe, light surface rust on scale, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. YANKEE No. 900 VISE like new in original box with 80%+ original label, the vise itself has a 99%+ intact decal, manufactured by NORTH BROTHERS MFG. CO. DIVISION OF STANLEY TOOLS, a fine vise in a very nice box. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Stanley YANKEE 30A Spiral Ratchet screwdriver in original box, complete with three bits and original pasteboard box with 95%+ label, a near new tool in a very good box; plus a YANKEE No. 3400 offset ratcheting screwdriver, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. Lot: G.M. Co. MFG. Co. LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y. nut driver in original box; Stanley #18 bevel with 6-inch blade, complete and fine; Stanley #418 circle cutter on original card stock; and a Stanley #25 6-inch rosewood handled bevel, like new. (Photo)

063. Stanley #923 10-inch ratchet brace, will easily clean to fine overall condition; plus a Stanley #6 fore plane that doesn't appear to have ever been used. (Photo)

064. Little used Stanley #4C smoother, top of knob is scuffed, otherwise fine; plus a Stanley #700 bench mounting woodworkers vise, complete and fine. (Photo)

065. BILLINGS LS-61 1/2-inch LIFE-TIME SQUARE DRIVE SOCKET includes LS-1410 ratchet; LS-1211 breaker bar; LS-135 extension; and LSD-1226 13/16; LS-1226 13/16; LS-1224 3/4; LS-1222 11/16; LS-1220 5/8; LS-1218 9/16; LS-1216 1/2-sockets; plus one CRAFTSMAN 1/2-inch 3/8-in. drive socket; and four Billings LIFE-TIME combination wrenches; two each 1/2-inch and 7/16, all are fine. (Photo)

066. Pair of Stanley #95 BUTT GAUGES in original pasteboard boxes. Both gauges are like new, one box is fine, the other is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

067. Set of 12 different BILLINGS LIFE-TIME double open-ended wrenches; plus a BILLINGS VITALLOY 77-12 adjustable Crescent-type, all are fine.

068. Stanley #66 set of 6 butt chisels like new in the original box, chisels are like new, label on box is 95%+, box top has a small crease from something heavy being stacked on it, a like new set of chisels in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

069. Stanley 2-inch planes blades in original box; three are like new in original wax paper; one shows some use; and a 1 3/4-in. blade in fine original condition, the pasteboard box has been crushed and the corners are blown out. (Photo)

070. Stanley #45 combination plane in original pasteboard box with two boxes of blades including the slitter; plane needs only a screwdriver and pamphlet to be complete, the box bottom is intact, but the top is missing the end flap that had the label on it and the corners need to be re-taped. A fine plane in a good box. (Photo)

071. Box of 5 Stanley #0 HAND SCRAPERS like new in original albeit crushed box with intact label. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Boxed Set Stanley #4 trammels, like new in a fine box, one corner of label needs to be glued back down, but otherwise it is 98%+, a like new set of trammel points in a fine box. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. Never opened box of 6 STANLEY #0 3X5-inch HAND SCRAPERS in a very nice original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. Stanley #59 dowel jig in original pasteboard box, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Stanley #373 3-inch butt marker complete and fine in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Stanley #5 iron jack plane in original box, plane is fine, box top needs one corner re-taped, otherwise fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Unusual Stanley VICTOR #450 ELECTRIC SOLDERING IRON in the original pasteboard box, box needs, iron has been used but is still fine; box top and bottom have corners that need to be re-taped. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Stanley #271 miniature router plane, complete and fine in the original box, plane and box or both fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

079. Stanley #373 1/2 butt marker complete and fine in the original pasteboard box, box top needs one corner taped, otherwise fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. Stanley #3 smooth plane in the original pasteboard box, plane is like new, box bottom needs one corner re-taped; top has some moisture staining, some old yellow tape and one corner that needs to be re-taped, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. Stanley #191 iron rabbet plane with 1 1/4-inch blade, in original pasteboard box with envelope containing depth stop and screw, a near new plane in very good box. One of the rear corners of the box top needs to be re-taped. (Photo)

082. DEFIANCE by STANLEY NO. 1240 wedge vise in original box, vise is unused and in like new condition, box has a few moisture or oil spots on the outside, but the labels on both ends are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

083. Stanley #192 iron rabbet plane with 1-inch blade, in original pasteboard box with envelope containing depth stop and screw, a near new plane in a very good box. One of the corners of the bottom of the box needs to be re-taped and there is some old yellow tape on one edge of the top. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. Stanley #2 smooth plane in original pasteboard box with tattered remains of original wax paper, this is the nicest original #2 we have ever seen or sold, and the box is about as good as they get also. (Photo & Photo 2)

085. Stanley #78A aluminum duplex plane with SW logo blade, complete with aluminum fence and depth stop, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. The CHAPIN-STEPHENS CO. #92 1/2 ivory & German silver fully bound 12-inch, 4-fold rule, some yellowing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. Pair of early bicycle or pocket wrenches: 4 1/2-inch W&B HERCULES complete and fine; plus a 5-inch ACME FEB. 23, 1883 patent with twist handle and having additional marking J.F. STOKES MFG. CO. CHICAGO, Stokes was almost certainly an early bicycle maker, this wrench is also fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Primitive woman's tooth router in usable condition; plus a box of assorted horseshoe calks in a DIAMOND EDGE DE108 pasteboard box. (Photo)

089. Lot: belt clip for wallet or watch chain; brass violin makers plane with palm pusher handle; mini screwdriver, etc. (Photo)

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

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

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

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

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

095. Stanley No. 39 ivory & German silver 12-inch, 4-fold caliper rule, has small crack under the caliper and some yellowing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

096. Unusual Evans Patent circular or compass plane manufactured by R.H. MITCHELL & Co. N.Y. on patents issued JAN 28, 1862 and MAR 22, 1864 to George F. Evans of Norway Maine. This one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

097. THE CHAPIN-STEPHENS CO. No. 91 1/2 fully bound ivory & German silver 12-inch, 4-fold rule, nice white ivory, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

098. Primitive and very well made wooden saw vise, can be leaned against a work bench and a saw can be quickly secured for sharpening and setting. (Photo & Photo 2)

099. Pair of PTAMPIA books by Roger K. Smith, the dust jackets have some small tears and Scotch tape repairs, but the books themselves are OK.

100. RARE Stanley #273 paint scraper, this is the first we have seen or sold. One was sold for $1200 in a recent Brown Auction. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Stanley BEDROCK #604 1/2 with round sides, STANLEY R&L CO. BED ROCK cap, Q-logo blade, fine tote and low knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. FINE Stanley #72 chamfer plane with SW logo blade, fine rosewood tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Stanley #24 transitional smooth plane, this is one of the last made with a BB-logo blade, 85%+ japanning, fine taller beech knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. FINE Stanley #143 Millers Patent plow plane with model number cast into main frame, 90%+ original nickel plating, very good rosewood handle and wear strip on fence, comes with box of 6 blades, five plows and one match, a fine plane with very good blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

105. Stanley BEDROCK 604 1/2C flat sided heavy smooth plane with fine T-logo blade, fine rosewood knob and tote with original decal, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

106. Fine Stanley #141 Millers Patent plow plane with intact fillester bed, and nose piece, plane has 95%+ nickel plating, with original wooden box of blades: one match, seven plows and a slitter with blunted cutting edge, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

107. Sargent #407 iron smooth plane with fine tote and tall knob, good original blade, very good overall. (Photo)

108. UNION MFG. CO. #4 3/8 heavy smooth plane with fine original tote and beaded knob, very good original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. Limited Edition print of Chart of the Waters Between Newport Block Island & Martha's Vineyard Chosen For The Races of the Fifteenth International Challenge For The America's Cup, #359 of 400, by Ernest Clegg. Print measures 18 X 21 nicely matted and framed. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Limited Edition Print called JUPITER of a boat with canopy by Jim Wilshire, #34 of 500. Measures 13 X 19, this one is matted but needs frame. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Limited Edition Print called BECALMED depicting a schooner by Jim Wilshire. This is #76 of 750. It is matted but needs a frame. Measures 10 x 13 1/2 inches. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Two books: Shadow Divers The True Adventure of Two Americans Who Risked Everything to Solve One of the Last Mysteries of World War II by Robert Kurson, fine overall; and In the Hart of the Sea The Tragedy of the Whaleship Essex by Nathaniel Philbrick, fine. (Photo)

113. Four navigation related books: The Yachtsman's Guide To Celestial Navigation by Stafford Campbell, very good; Whitney's Star Finder by Charles A. Whitney; Edmund MAG 5 STAR ATLAS by Edmund Scientific Co.; and a Marine Navigation Instruments by Jean Randier, very good. (Photo)

114. Two books: Oceanus Volume 29, Number 3, Fall 1986, The Titanic Revisited; and The Discovery of the Titanic by Robert D. Ballard, fine. (Photo)

115. Two books about Mystic Seaport: Mystic Seaport The First Fifty Years; and another titled Mystic Seaport. (Photo)

116. Lot of 11 Nautical Quarterly books from the 1980s plus an index for them. (Photo)

117. Two books on knots and knot tying: The Ashley Book of Knots by Clifford W. Ashley; and The Marlinspike Sailor by Hervey Garrett Smith. (Photo)

118. Maritime publications: The Catboat Book; Half-Hull Modeling; How to Buy a New or Used Boat; and How to Build the Haven 12 1/2 Footer. (Photo)

119. Two books: The Wood & Canvas Canoe, A Complete Guide to its History, Construction, Restoration, and Maintenance by Jerry Stelmok and Rollin Thurlow; and CANOECRAFT Revised and Expanded by Ted Moores. (Photo)

120. The Shell Five Hundred Million Years of Inspired Design by Hugh and Margurite Stix and R. Tucker Abbott, a well illustrated book with nice color photos. (Photo)

121. Two books: A Collectors Guide to Seashells of the World by Jerome M. Eisenberg; and The Intertidal Wilderness by Anne Wertheim. (Photo)

122. Large MILLER-DUNN STYLE 3 shallow water diving helmet, this is a well-made copper and brass replica of a classic 1930s era hood/helmet, with two cracks in the front glass. A fine decorative piece. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Unknown make hand-powered boat whistle, fine working condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Stanley Instructional Charts, 18 different double-sided charts, a few having very minor foxing, all in very good to fine overall condition, in the original shipping box with decent label. (Photo)

125. SCARCE Ohio Tool Co. #111 rosewood ivory-tipped center wheel plow plane. This plane is all original except for the new threaded post which was expertly crafted by master planemaker Jim Leamy. It has a chip where the bridge attaches to the front arm, some scratching of the arms from the locking screws, and minor chips on the bushings. It functions perfectly as is, but the new owner can opt for a complete makeover. This is the only item in this sale that will sell with a modest reserve. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

126. Stanley #1, brass plumb bob with built-in reel, very good. (Photo)

127. Small 3-inch coach maker's compass rabbet plane, very good. (Photo)

128. Early and ornate Stanley #3 trammel points, complete and fine. (Photo)

129. FINE 4-inch coach maker's boxwood compassed rabbet plane, like new. (Photo)

130. Three nickel-plated trammel points, one with fine adjustment, all on a rosewood beam, fine overall condition. (Photo)

131. Small 3 1/2-inch carriage maker's boxwood rabbet plane, fine. (Photo)

132. Stanley #2 medium sized trammel points, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

133. Pair of wooden planes; homemade 6 1/2-inch smoother; and 5-inch rosewood bead, very good. (Photo)

134. Stanley No. 1 brass trammel points with patented pencil holder, late style, complete and fine. (Photo)

135. Coach maker's 3 3/4-inch wooden compassed rabbet plane, very good. (Photo)

136. Two different Stanley #36, 6-inch iron levels. One has Eclipse vial covers and one doesn't. Both very good. (Photo)

137. Small coach maker's wooden rabbet plane very good overall. (Photo)

138. Continental wooden plow plane, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

139. Stanley #88 ivory & German silver fully bound 12-inch, 4-fold rule with arched joint, some yellowing, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

140. Holt Patent iron brace, made on U.S. Patent No. 235,532 issued December 14, 1880 to Gardiner L. Holt of Springfield, MA. This example is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

141. Large handled ogee plane, 3.5 inch wide, 13.5 inch long. (Photo & Photo 2 )

142. Streeter patent iron brace made on U.S. Patent No. 16,938 issued March 31, 1857 to Abel W. Streeter of Shelburne Fall, MA, complete and very good. (Photo)

143. Two early Dutch molding planes, one has had the top of the wedge broken off. (Photo)

144. Unusual patented iron bit brace with a split-shell chuck, very good overall. (Photo)

145. Early German or Dutch decorated rabbit plane, heavily carved IHS, heavily chipped on bottom. (Photo & Photo 2 )

146. John Fray Spofford Patent iron brace, has an 8 cast into the underside of the pad, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

147. Large and early Sheffield brace with pad-style chuck, one pad with screwdriver bit. (Photo)

148. Nicely forged iron and beech gentlemans brace. (Photo)

149. English cooper's bit brace with bit, has early repair that uses a wood screw to hold the frame together. (Photo)

150. RARE Stanley #64 butcher block plane with both the plane blade and the serrated blade both with V-logo, fine beech tote and knob, 85%+ japanning, a fine plane overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

151. Stanley #38 5/8-inch dado plane with SW logo on cap screw, 85%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

152. RARE Stanley #1022 12-inch jackknife screwdriver with folding knife blade in handle, in new condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

153. Stanley #39 1/2-inch dado plane, 80%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

154. Scarce Stanley #87 cabinet scraper plane with fine rosewood tote and knob, unmarked blade, 80%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

155. BAILEY TOOL CO. compass plane with good battleaxe logo blade, screw adjusting blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

156. Scarce Stanley pliers with 4 Square logo, first pair we have seen or sold, very good overall condition. (Photo)

157. Stanley BEDROCK #3 TYPE I with milled off patent date in rear of bed, former owners initials GEG in side of plane, nice rosewood tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

158. FINE Stanley #85 cabinet scraper with tilting handles, fine rosewood tote and front knob, unmarked blade, very good overall. (Photo)

159. Stanley #72 1/2 beading attachment for #72 chamfer plane, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

160. Stanley #50 light duty plow plane MADE IN ENGLAND, complete and like new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2 )

161. Stanley #13 prelateral compass plane, R&L-logo blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

162. Stanley #20 1/2 VICTOR compass plane with VICTORY blade, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

163. Birmingham Plane Co. 9-inch smooth plane, complete and very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

164. Stanley #72 chamfer plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

165. Stanley #278 rabbet & filletster plane, complete with depth stop, and fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

166. Dutch wooden pad brace with one spring lever pad, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

167. Lignum Vitae shipwrights smooth plane, Moulson Bros. iron, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

168. Stanley #171 door router plane, with 1/2-inch blade, complete with original fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

169. Mahogany and brass (English?) 3 7/8-inch ratcheting fishing reel, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2 )

170. Marples ULTIMATUM ebony & brass patented brace with Irish Harp logo, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

171. Stanley #238 weatherstripping plow plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

172. Nice ship's telegraph on brass stand, fine overall condition. (Photo)

173. Australian No.1 MK.III military flare gun. This flare gun was manufactured by CSR Co. in Sydney, Australia. Left side of the frame is marked CSR SYDNEY III 43." Australian military proof marks present. Left side of the barrel and frame shows, "D, Arrow, K" and "Crown over Two Lances." Matching serial numbers. Complete with a lanyard ring, very good to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

174. Large and HEAVY (solid brass) ships steering station, BROWN BROS. & CO. LTD ROSEBANK IRON WORKS EDINBURGH ships wheel mounted on a solid brass base. NOTE This piece is very heavy, bring a truck or SUV to haul it in, and get Mike to help you load it. (Photo)

175. Fine C. Christiansen trade-school or gentleman's-type work bench with an Abernathy Vise & Tool Co. quick release face vise, wooden end vise, bank of 3 lockable drawers (with keys) between the trestle, purchased from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

176. Nice 20-inch diameter wheel with brass sprocket for a sailing ship, with nice marquetry in the face, fine overall, comes with a plaque for wall mounting. (Photo & Photo 2 )

177. Large binnacle with iron correcting spheres at each side, brass tag on front says KELVIN & WILFRID O. WHITE CO., NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS, ADJUSTERS OF SHIP'S COMPASSES, and LIONEL CORPORATION clinometer below the A. LIETZ CO. compass, needs new end put on electric cord, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

178. Large DRAFT INDICATOR by the REPUBLIC FLOW METERS CO. CHICAGO. Patent No. 1,614,457, very good overall. (Photo)

179. Pair of large and heavy copper ships running lights marked STUURBOORD & BAKBOORD, both are like new. (Photo)

180. Small brass binnacle with compass, very good overall. (Photo)

181. ACME COURSE CORRECTOR manufactured by SEA EMERGENCY DEVICES New York, NY in original wooden box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

182. Carriage maker's compassed rabbet plane 2 3/4-inches long overall with 1/2-inch blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

183. RARE Stanley 14-inch W.T. NICHOLSON Patent cast iron level with rotating vial housing, 50%+ japanning, no structural damage, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

184. Carriage maker's wooden rabbet plane with boat-shaped sole 2 5/8-inches long overall with 1/2-inch blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

185. Stratton Bros. #10, 10-inch brass-bound rosewood plumb & level, PATENTED JULY. 16. 1872. OCT. 4. 1887, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

186. Carriage maker's boxwood hollow 2 1/2-inches long overall with skewed blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

187. Stratton Bros. #10, 8-inch brass-bound rosewood plumb & level, with plumb vial in end of stock, MCH. 1, 1870 patent date, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

188. Mini carriage maker's round plane 3 3/8-inches long overall, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

189. Fine set 8-inch brass trammel points marked LC on one side and engraved L. CHAPMAM on the other side, on a rosewood beam. (Photo)

190. Wooden carriage maker's hollow plane 2 3/8-inches long overall, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

191. Stanley SW logo belt buckle made by Alvin Sellens of Augusta, Kansas, #38 of 500 limited edition. Has a spring clip on back that can be used to prop it up on a shelf or desk, very good original condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

192. Carriage maker's compassed boxwood hollow plane 2-inches long overall, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

193. Large 10-inch rosewood? & brass plumb bob, fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

194. Nice 4 1/2-inch brass trammels, one with integral pencil holder, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

195. Nice 4 1/2-inch ivory & brass plumb bob, ivory has a few small chips, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

196. Large 7-inch brass trammel points with openings on both sides, and having steel tips, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

197. Miniature brass rabbet plane in shape of a bunny rabbit, manufactured by miniature expert Paul Hamler. (Photo & Photo 2 )

198. Scarce Leonard Bailey patent sliding bevel, marked on blade L. BAILEY'S PATENT MARCH. 19 1870, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

199. Original PATENT MODEL for E. HECHLER Hat Stretcher, U.S. Pat. No. 158,079, Reading, Penn. Has the lace and just a piece of the original patent office tag on the top, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

200. Brass scale for measuring the list of a boat or a ship, mounted to a piece of wood, a nice display piece. (Photo & Photo 2 )

201. Pair of running lights for a ship or boat, red for the port and green for the starboard, each has a small burner inside and brass top, a nice decorative pair. (Photo)

202. CHELSEA CLOCK CO. BOSTON brass ship's clock, U.S. MARITINE COMMISSION SER. NO. 4235, fine working condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

203. Large size Thomas Waker "Cherub" rotor or spinner, these were dragged in the water by ships to track the speed and distance traveled. They would be connected to a tachometer or odometer type instrument. (Photo)

204. Large green Japanese glass fishing net float wrapped in net cord, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

205. British military heliograph in original leather pouch and includes the original wooden tripod, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

206. Large Japanese fishing net float made of aqua colored glass wrapped in net cord, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

207. JOHN SOMMER'S BEST BLOCK TIN KEY, wooden barrel spigot, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

208. Lot of three rope splicing fids, the larger one is made of oak, the smaller one is copper clad with a wooden handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

209. C. PLATH HAMBURG GERMANY sextant, appears to be complete, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

210. Nice primitive single runner sled with raised seat, the runner is wrapped with steel, and the seat is supported with steel brackets, some old red paint remains. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Glass cased Torsion Balance Co. IL-1 torsion balance or scale, 4 1/2 KG capacity, the top glass has been replaced with plexiglass, includes the two washer that would have fit in the holes of the original glass top plate, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

212. Nice two-handed scorp, very good overall. (Photo)

213. Antique HENRY TROEMNER PHILADELPHIA No. 6 balance scale, 4-oz. capacity, missing both pans and pan supports, no weights, a good one to restore or use for parts. (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Two wool hand cards, both have faint stenciling on the backs. (Photo)

215. Nice brass Winchester grain scale, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Nice nickel plated typewriter oiler marked L.C.S. & BROS. WILL NOT GUM; plus a Bausch & Lomb microscope part. (Photo)

217. M.W. ROBINSON DAVIS PATENT cast iron double plumb and level, all vials intact, chip in top rail, needs cleaning. (Photo)

218. Three sliding bevels: two homemade & one Stanley No. 25 8-in., FINE. (Photo & Photo 2)

219. Stanley #? , 18-inch brass-bound rosewood plumb & level, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Nicely made wooden spill plane in very good condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

221. Stratton Brothers 10-inch brass-bound plumb & level with plumb vial in end of stock, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

222. Hand made handled spill plane. The tag on it says it was made over 100 years ago, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

223. Stanley #39 1/2 machinist level, SW logo, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

224. Palmer 10-inch folding handle drawknife new-old-stock condition in a tattered original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Rosewood 7 1/4-inch quarter round plane, very good. (Photo)

226. Nicely made carving mallet with nice handle. (Photo)

227. Two smaller planes: 5 3/4-inch rosewood rabbet with 1/2-inch blade, very good; and a 4 5/8-inch homemade rabbet with top of wedge broken. (Photo)

228. Unusual 4 1/2-inch brass brass trammels on a steel beam, one has micro adjustment feature, very good overall. (Photo)

229. Nicely made carving mallet with nice handle. (Photo)

230. Large 3 1/2-lb. brass plumb bob, nice form, very good. (Photo)

231. Unknown make nautical-type barometer in brass case, nice working condition. (Photo)

232. Cundard Line, RMS Ivernia Friday August 24th, 1900 Luncheon Menu on one side and menu of alcoholic beverages, cigars and cigarettes on the back with terms about how and when the bill for these items will be presented to passengers, has one small tear. (Photo & Photo 2)

233. WARD SHEFFIELD ebony & brass ships bevel, good overall. (Photo)

234. Unusual rosewood scraper, the movable fence on the bottom is cracked, otherwise this one is very good. (Photo)

235. D.&W. MORICE LONDON No. 203 ships chronometer in fitted mahogany box, double gimbal mounted, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

236. U.S. NAVY SPY GLASS QUARTERMASTER MARK I, 16 POWER BU OF SHIPS, NO. 18379 1942, WOLLENSAK OPTICAL CO., ROCHESTER, NY, U.S.A. telescope in fitted oak box, with hinged lid, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

237. ROSS LONDON sextant in fitted wooden mahogany box with hinged lid, Brigadier G.W. DUKE on a paper label inside lid, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Brass plaque marked GASACCUMULATOR STOKHOLM PATENT DALEN No. 005, LBFX200. (Photo & Photo 2)

239. Brass plaque THE BABCOCK & WILCOX CO. Built For S.S. ROBIN WENTLEY, legend or data plate, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

240. Large wooden block. (Photo)

241. Large copper "PORT" running light for a shop, tag on it Wm. HARVIE PATENTEE 220 BROOMIELAW GLASGOW. (Photo)

242. Stunning copper and brass lighthouse light from AGA SWEDEN, very heavy so bring packing material and a truck or SUV to get it home in. (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Shipwreck coin from the wreck of the Admiral Gardner which sank in 1809, mounted in a plastic case. (Photo)

244. SCARCE Stanley #56 core box plane with fine rosewood handle, 95%+ japanning, a reproduction blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

245. Stanley #2C corrugated 7-inch smooth plane with SW logo blade, fine rosewood tote and tall knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

246. Scarce Stanley #18 Type I, made for one year only, 6-inch iron block plane, Excelsior style body, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

247. Stanley #10 1/2 carriage maker's rabbet plane, with Q-logo blade, good rosewood tote and low knob, small chip in rear of throat on one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

248. Early Stanley #110 with 6-point star cap, R&L blade, no front knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

249. UNION MFG. CO. #X4 1/2 heavy smooth plane, fine tote, beaded knob has a chunk missing from base, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

250. RARE Stanley #97 chisel plane in original box, plane is missing a small fleck of nickel from the face of the cap screw and is otherwise like new, the box has some tape on the end flap, otherwise it is very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

251. Scarce Stanley #112 cabinet scraper plane with AUG 31.58 patent date in brass nut, fine early style tote, beaded knob has small crack at base, scarce Stanley R&L #32 toothing blade included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

252. Stanley #120 Type 2 with 6-point star cap, nearly spent blade had patent date, less than 40 percent japanning remains, good overall. (Photo)

253. Stanley No. 92 1/2 ivory & German silver 12-inch, 4-fold rule, some yellowing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

254. Like new E.C. ATKINS "rams horn" cabinet scraper; plus a drawknife that has rotating handles, one handle is loose. (Photo & Photo 2 )

255. New old stock YANKEE 03-042 (old number 41YC) push drill in original point-of-sale display pack. (Photo)

256. Plane parts: Two NOS Stanley lever caps for bench planes; four NOS 1 3/4-inch bench planes blades in original box; plus a new old stock W. BUTCHER 2-inch tapered blade; and a 2 5/16-inch Stanley blade. (Photo)

257. Wooden and brass ships wheel LOBNITZ & CO. L.D., No. 686, RENFREW, appears to have been in a fire as five spokes show fire damage and four spokes have holes in them from having been previously mounted on a wall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

258. to 298. OPEN.

299. Stanley No. 40 ivory & German silver fully bound 12-inch, 4-fold caliper rule, some yellowing very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

300. Scarce Stanley BEDROCK 605 1/4 junior jack plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

301. Stanley #197 marking gage with rosewood head and nickel plated beam, has early SW logo on top of scew, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

302. Stanley #2 Type 4 prelateral smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

303. Scarce #7 pitch adjuster for iron levels, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

304. Stanley R&L CO. BEDROCK 603C round sided smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

305. Stanley #198 marking and mortise gage with rosewood head, two nickel plated beams, V-logo on top of one screw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

306. Stanley #113 Type 2 compass plane, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

307. Stanley #113 later type with T-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

308. Gage Tool Co. #9 transitional jack plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

309. Unknown dovetailed infilled smooth plane with dovetailed sole, MARPLES blade, open handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

310. Brass coachmaker's compassed T-rabbet, very good overall. (Photo)

311. J. DENNISON unhandled rosewood plow plane, screw operated depth stop, typical nicks and dings, very showy. (Photo)

312. Gage Self-Setting G4C iron plane, complete fine. (Photo)

313. Rosewood razee-style shipwrights plane with faint JOSEPH BRADFORD, PORTLAND, MAINE maker's mark on toe and having an expertly attached rosewood patch in front of the throat, very nice. (Photo)

314. Walker's Patent HARPOON ships log, used in determining the of a ship by dragging in the water, very good overall. (Photo)

315. Schermuly's rocket powered line gun used to shoot lines from one ship to another or from ship to shore, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

316. Intact and scarce shipwright's tool chest with tools. The chest itself measures about 32 inches wide, 15 inches deep and 14 inches tall. The front of the chest has the name "K.J. BAKER, SHIPT" painted on, and the inside of the lid is painted a crest with the words "AUDAX OMNIA PERPETI" which we have been told translates to Boldness to Endure Anything or Always. Inside the box are several long ship auger bits, bits, calking irons, hawsing iron, a FINE Lignum calking mallet, hammers, adz, chisels, gouges, a large wooden bevel, iron brace with replaced wooden handle, large drawknife with cracked wooden handles, wooden jack plane, wrench, deck scraper, sailor's palm, nine smaller planes including a compass, two smoothers, spar, oar, The planes and calking mallet are the highlights of this box. They show little wear. The iron bits on the other hand have been used and show considerable wear. A few of the calking irons have had new ends added onto them, the wooden handle of the brace has been replaced. This was one man's working chest of tools. It would be nice to know what ship or ships he worked on, but that will require some sleuthing on the part of the new owner. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4 & Photo 5 & Photo 6 )

317. Fine 4 1/2-inch wooden coachmaker's rabbet plane. (Photo)

318. DRIER BROTHERS TRUE PITCH LEVEL new in original box, complete and like new level in a very good original box that has a scuff or two. (Photo & Photo 2 )

319. Interesting rosewood rabbet plane with integral skate tapered at front and back, very good overall. (Photo)

320. Two NOS Stanley #61 marking gauges in original box, gauges are fine, box needs one corner of top repaired and has several grease pencil markings on top. (Photo & Photo 2 )

321. Nice little coachmaker's plane with round profile. (Photo)

322. Two new old stock 3/8-inch Diamond Edge bevel edge socket firmer chisels in original box plus a 1/2-inch Diamond Edge socket firmer in near new condition, all inside a very good original DE box. (Photo & Photo 2 )

323. Pair small wood levels, one 12 3/8-in. marked OLIVER SHELBYVILLE, ILL with wide wooden body, first of this make we have seen or sold; plus a 12-inch unmarked level. (Photo & Photo 2 )

324. HENRY TROEMNER PHILADELPHIA, PA scientific box scale, 2-ounce capacity, nice wooden box with hinged glass-top lid, small paper box of TROEMNER weights included. (Photo & Photo 2 )

325. E.S. RITCHIE & SONS BOSTON ships compass SOLD BY CHAS. C. HUTCHINSON BOSTON, in fitted wooden box, compass is submerged in spirits or very light oil, several spots of green oxidation on brass body, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

326. Unusual Russian or Soviet submarine clock with two keys, mounting bracket, and instruction sheet, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

327. U.S. NAVY STADIMETER MARK II, MODEL 0, 1942 by AJAX ENGINEERING CO. CHICAGO, ILL, instruction on inside of box lid and brass tag on box say Made by SCHICK INCORPORATED, Stamford, Conn. complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

328. Pair of Japanese WWII aircraft compasses. Both appear to be in working condition but in need of lenses being cleaned. (Photo & Photo 2 )

329. Mystery tool that operates like a bottle corker, heavy brass construction, when the plunger is drawn back, something can be inserted thru the hole in the side, the inside is tapered down to the 9/16-inch hole in the end. (Photo)

330. Wooden bodied telescope like those used on ships and riverboats, there is a sliding lens cover on the big end, but the sliding lens cover is missing from the small end, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

331. Brass telescope with lens cover on big end, the optics aren't working very good, but it makes a nice display piece.

332. YOUNG & SONS PHILADELPHIA 9220 azimuth circle used by U.S. Navy during WWII for taking bearings on other ships, etc. This one is fine and comes in a fitted mahogany box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

333. Two-piece wooden chamfer plane with Sorby blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

334. Fine 8 1/2-inch lignum or rosewood miter plane with ebony wedge and MOULSON cutter, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2 )

335. Large set of trammels in a wooden box (no lid) includes curved legs, ball bottoms, etc. A very nice set. (Photo & Photo 2 )

336. Nice 22-inch razee-style rosewood jointer plane with like new L&IJ White blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

337. Nice 7-inch brass trammel points, one has integral pencil holder, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

338. Fine 23-inch rosewood, razee-style jointer plane, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

339. Stephens 036 combination rule, level and bevel; and an 8-inch wood & brass combination rule, plumb & level. (Photo & Photo 2 )

340. Rosewood coffin-shaped smooth plane; 9-inch body, 1 3/4-inch DR BARTON blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

341. Two levels: Shapleigh Keen Kutter aluminum torpedo level with shaft groove; and a 10-inch Adjustable Bench (Inclinometer) Level No. S-107 by Twix Mfg. New York, NIB. (Photo & Photo 2 )

342. Rosewood compassed rabbet plane with boxwood depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

343. H. CHAPIN UNION FACTORY No. 240 1/2 rosewood screw-arm plow plane, front arm repaired, boxwood wear strip dovetailed into rosewood fence, spur of handle missing sliver, a showy piece. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

344. Stanley #36G 18-inch nickel-plated shaft level with eclipse vial covers, FINE. (Photo & Photo 2 )

345. A&E BALDWIN NEW YORK ivory-tipped, screw-arm plow plane, handle needs professional repair, ivory tips all present, with the handle repaired, this one will show just fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 )

346. Davis Level & Tool Co. 18-inch inclinometer level with intact filigree, 65%+ japanning, no pointer, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

347. Stunning ebony, screw-arm, handled plow plane, boxwood wear strip dovetailed into fence, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4 )

348. Davis Level & Tool Co. 12-inch inclinometer level with 80%+ japanning, replaced pointer made of brass, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

349. SCARCE Stanley #8 Type 3 jointer plane with fine rosewood tote and beaded knob, complete and in fine overall condition.

350. Stanley #146 match plane like new in original pasteboard box with picture label, a like new plane in a decent box that could use the services of a paper conservator. (Photo & Photo 2 )

351. Stanley #83 cabinet scraper, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

352. Scarce Stanley READY EDGE plane blade for bench planes with 1-2-23 patent date on the original chip deflector, these blades used throw-away edges that attached to the end of the iron with two screws. They never caught on so they are very scarce today. (Photo & Photo 2 )

353. Stanley #66 hand beader with flat fence, six blades including marked router blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

354. L. Bailey VICTOR #14 light duty plow plane, the part shown off to the right side has had a small tab broken off and glued back on, the rest of the plane is fine. (Photo)

355. Stanley #84 razor spoke shave with SW logo on top of body, some minor staining, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

356. Scarce Stanley #151R round bottom spoke shave, 95%+ japanning, fine SW logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

357. Stanley #81 rosewood razor spoke shave with STANLEY name stamped into top of body, small chips from underside of handle ends, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

358. Unusual pair of Stanley pliers with SW logo, 98%+ original nickel plating, fine overall. (Photo)

359. Walker "Excelisor" IV Patent (Ship's) Log, in original box, complete with can of Walker's Ship-Log Oil, and in very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

360. SPENCER, BROWNING & CO. LONDON ebony and brass sextant with ivory scales in a fitted wooden box with E. BROWN & SON MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS No. 27 FULTON SLIP (NEW YORK) paper label inside box, there is a crack in the ivory scale, a very good instrument in a fine box. (Photo & Photo 2 )

361. U.S. Navy diving helmet Mark V, Morse Diving Equipment Co., Boston, Mass., fine overall condition. (Photo)

362. Norwegian Pattern Rotary Foghorn, Made in England, not currently working, bellows likely need repair. (Photo)

363. Bishop & Babcock Co. Cleveland O. twin-chamber hand-operated air pump used to supply air to diving helmets in shallow water. This one has brass bodies held in a cast iron frame, black paint or japanning with gold detail, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

364. Two oyster shucking tools: a splitter in a lignum vitae base, and a solid steel shucker, both very good. (Photo)

365. A fine, 15-inch, boxwood & lacquered brass, parallel rule for navigational use manufactured by W H Harling, 117 Moorgate, London. The makers were at this address in the 1930s. The instrument comes in a fitted mahogany box, one hinge on box needs pin. (Photo)

366. Small brass sailboat wheel with wooden spool, 16-inch diameter, fine overall. (Photo)

367. Brass oil or fuel-burning bow light for a boat or ship, latch on back needs repair, otherwise very good. (Photo)

368. Small but heavy PATT 183 No. 4570.H binnacle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

369. Nice nickel plated speaking tube whistle for intra-ship communication, very good overall. (Photo)

370. Nice sterling coffee pot, creamer and sugar, all said to have been used aboard a U.S. Navy ship in WWII, the pot has a nice pineapple finial on lid and a decorative base. (Photo & Photo 2 )

371. Nice nickel plated speaking tube whistle for intra-ship communication, very good overall. (Photo)

372. Lignum vitae deadeye used in the rigging of old-time sailing ships to gain mechanical advantage. (Photo)

373. Davis Level & Tool Co. 6-inch cast iron double plumb & level, all vials intact, no structural damage, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

374. Chaplin's Improved Patent #1205C MASTER MECHANIC smooth plane, complete and fine with just some residual glue on the side from a previous ID or price tag. (Photo & Photo 2 )

375. Lot of three pocket levels including a fine Stanley with brass top; Stanley with steel top, VG; and unknown with steel top, good. (Photo)

376. Starrett 12-inch millwright's shaft level, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

377. English wood and brass sighting level, faint makers mark on side, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

378. Unusual and unmarked boxwood grooving plow with ebony wedge. Stock is oriented horizontally, very interesting. Cut would be something akin to that of a raglet but there is no offset handle. A real mystery. (Photo & Photo 2 )

379. Henry Disston & Sons 12-inch boxwood combination rule, plumb & level, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

380. Unusual AMERICAN LA FRANCE FIRE ENGINE CO. INC FIRE DEP. lantern, it has a cork where the tank cap would be, but it is otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

381. Pair of pocket hand levels including a new old stock DIETZGEN 6662 in original box with leather holster. (Photo & Photo 2 )

382. James Swan Co. folding handle drawknife, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

383. D.R. BARTON hollowing drawknife, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

384. English chair-makers brace with spoon bit. (Photo)

385. Bit for beam boring machine, Mephisto 1.25 in. (Photo)

386. Dutch wooden brace with 3 pads. (Photo)

387. Nice oval-shaped brass portal for a ship or tugboat, with intact glass and and a screen, could not get it open with dogs off, so there may be a dried out gasket in it, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

388. Small brass portal for ship or tugboat, intact glass, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

389. Large brass grain funnel 8-inches wide at the wide end, and having a shut-off lever on the small end, these were used to regulate the flow of grain into the buckets of grain scales. (Photo)

390. Brass beer or cheese makers thermometer, 17 inches long overall, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

391. Large Antique T.S. & J.D. Negus (Wall Street) New York Pelorus. According to Wikipedia, “In appearance and use, a pelorus resembles a compass or compass repeater, with sighting vanes or a sighting telescope attached, but it has no directive properties. That is, it remains at any relative direction to which it is set. It is used to find relative bearings.” This one has sighting vanes, and it comes in a large fitted wooden box. Both the instrument and the box are in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

392. Unusual 13-inch brass signal torch?, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

393. Early E&J DETROIT MICH brass auto or carriage light, patented Dec. 9, 1908, the beveled glass is very good, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 )

394. Pair of Stanley #98 and #99 side rabbet planes with depth stops, both are 99% and about as good as they get. (Photo & Photo 2 )

395. Scarce Stanley #444 dovetail plane in original wooden box, includes rods, four blades, spur block, and two fences, there are a few patches of light rust on the blades otherwise this one is fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

396. Stanley VICTOR #? 8-inch smooth plane with VICTOR marked blade, good hardwood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 )

397. Stanley #21 SW logo try square, complete and very good; and a #30 angle divider with 98%+ nickel, BB logo, fine overall. (Photo)

398. Unusual Stanley 6-inch iron block plane with unusual stippled cap, had adjustable throat, the cap has been broken on one side but could easily be welded, it is otherwise intact and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 )

399. Stanley SW logo 10-inch wooden handled pipe wrench, small chip from corner of top jaw, very good overall. (Photo)

400. RARE Sandusky #9 iron block plane made by the BUCKEYE SAW VISE COMPANY, this is the first that we have seen or sold but it is just like the one featured in the PTAMPIA VOL. (Photo)

401. Stanley #68 rabbeting spoke shave with 95%+ japanning, fine overall. (Photo)

402. Stanley # 6-inch iron block plane, BB logo blade, 95%+ japanning, adjustable throat, fine overall. (Photo)

403. Stanley #197 hardwood fluting tool, like new condition. (Photo & Photo 2 )

404. Stanley #140 Type I skew bladed iron block plane with patent date stamped into the removable side, some very mild pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

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