9TH ANNUAL HUMBOLDT ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION, MAY 3, 2014, 9:35 AM, preview Friday 2 to 6 PM. Humboldt Fairgrounds Building (Events Center), 311 6th Ave. North, Humboldt, IA 50548

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EAIA & GPTC Proudly Present


MAY 30, 2014, 6 PM

Pittsburgh Sheraton Airport

1160 Thorn Run Road

Coraopolis, PA 15108

(Preview Friday 2-6 PM)

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001. Pair of Ohio Tool Co. No. 84 screw-arm plank planes; plus a 15-inch wooden jack marked SCIOTO WORKS and J.H. HEUPEL & CO. CIN'TI O, well worn with chipped ears and abbreviated spur on handle. (Photo )

002. Nice PLUMB camp hatchet, with MERRY CHRISTMAS 1952 JIMMIE CONNELLY engraved on head along with holly leaves and berries, complete with leather sheath. (Photo & Photo 2)

003. Pair of wooden planes: McKINNELL & CO. CIN'T O. screw arm sash plane, one wedge looks homemade, good boxwood boxing, very good overall; and an OHIO TOOL CO. No. 37 3/8-inch side bead marked MADE FOR ANDERSON & LAING, WHEELING VA on heel. (Photo & Photo 2)

The eight lots listed below are items donated to the EAIA with their sale to benefit the EAIA Endowment Fund. Please bid generously.

004. Stanley GAGE G5 self-setting plane with 90 percent plus japanning, fine rosewood tote with partial STANLEY TOOLS decal, nice tall knob, fine overall. (Photo)

005. Stanley #18, Type 8 iron block plane, RULE & LEVEL-logo blade, complete with intact throat adjuster lever, STANLEY lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

006. Stanley GAGE G5C self-setting plane with 65 percent plus japanning, fine pitting on face of blade and cap screw from previous cleaning, a few chips from edge of tote spur, good tall knob, very good usable condition. (Photo)

007. Stanley #19 Type 10 iron block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, good Type T-logo blade, nice nickel on cap, very good overall. (Photo)

008. Unusual Millers Falls No. 709 "Buck Rogers" smooth plane, marked PAT PENDING on left side, very good overall. (Photo)

009. Stanley GAGE G4 SELF SETTING iron smooth plane, a few patches of fine pitting from a previous cleaning, splinter from left side of tote spur, good tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

010. BAILEY VICTOR No. 4, 9-inch iron smooth plane, small crack in left side from cap being screwed down too far, otherwise complete with nice adjuster, nickel plated iron tote, nice font knob with LB VICTOR PLANE logo cast into the top, decorative cap screw. (Photo)

011. BAILEY VICTOR No. 11 1/2 carriage maker's combination rabbet and smooth plane, has small crack in left side from cap being tightened too tightly, and the right rear corner of the bed has been welded, blade and chip breaker have light pitting; good lever cap; blade adjuster, tote and knob. (Photo)

012. Stanley #55 universal combination plow plane with four boxes containing a total 46 blades, includes auxiliary center bottom, the rosewood handle is broken off of the left side fence, has nice main frame, sliding section, right fence, beading stop, and four original cutter boxes with lids and faded labels. Will make a great user. Needs a slitter, cam, six blades, and two depth stops and a spur or two to complete. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

013. Lot of seven OHIO TOOL CO. plow plane irons, all very good. (Photo)

014. Stanley #50 light duty plow, late model with Stanley name on rosewood handle, comes with all three main sections, rods, beading stop, five plow blades and two beading blades, handle is cracked around the bottom pin, will make a fine user. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Collins Legitimus fire axe, the handle has been cut off and will need to be replaced. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Pair of bench planes: StS Siegley transitional jack plane has chip from tote spur, otherwise complete and very good; plus a Stanley Two-Tone iron jack plane with maroon bed and black frog, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. FULTON TOOL CO. broad axe head, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. Five Stanley Everlast chisels including a very early model, one is bent, all in usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. Unusual mast or mast makers axe head, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. John S. Fray No. 80 corner brace, needs cleaning, good overall. (Photo)

021. Short handled broad axe that has an owner's tag identifying it as a New Orleans pattern, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

022. Pair of hammers: unusual form cobbler's hammer; and a forged claw hammer with some pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

023. Unusual tomahawk-type axe with an owner's tag identifying it as a "FRENCH AXE," some light to moderate pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

024. Pair of metal working hammers. (Photo & Photo 2)

025. Trade axe with round handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

026. Two round drill bit boxes: in front is a CLEVELAND DRILL Set of eight straight shank drills, box has a paper label around the outside and a tin top, very good; the larger is a 2-piece box that screws together, has room inside for eight square-shanked twist drill, contains several assorted bits. (Photo)

027. Two wooden drill indexes: a MORSE for fractional size drill, good; and a CLEVELAND TWIST DRILL CO. for numbered drills, very good. (Photo)

028. Chalk line with nice wooden handle marked CRAIN CARPET RULE, Santa Clara, Calif, complete and fine.(Photo)

029. Two C.T.D. (Cleveland Twist Drill Co.) bit stands, Nos. 80 & 84, both very good. (Photo)

030. Unusual STARRETT tin drill stand marked Center Punches, Nail Sets, Drive Pin Punches, nice graphics on both sides, very good overall. (Photo)

031. Unusual forged tack hanger; and an early T-auger with octagonal-shaped shaft, very good. (Photo)

032. Folding MORSE TWIST DRILL & MACH. CO. drill bit stand PAT. AUG. 7., 1906, for fractional bits, opens to form a triangle, very good. (Photo)

033. Two pair of hinges in old paint; plus two pieces of early gate hardware, both very good. (Photo)

034. WHITMAN & BARNES DETROIT, MICHIGAN No. 5 drill bit stand, in red paint, very good. (Photo)

035. Mystery steel printing? plate, has a mark on one side that looks like MITCHELL STEEL COMPANY KANSAS CITY. First of this thing we've seen. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. The STANDARD TOOL CO. SET NO. 8 for numbered drills No. 1 to 60, very good. (Photo)

037. Lot of early gate and door hardware, some hand forged. (Photo)

038. Two CLEVELAND TWIST DRILL CO. nickel plated drill bit stands; one for numbered bits and one for fractional bit, both very good. (Photo)

039. Three early bolt headers?, all very good. (Photo)

040. ALEMITE DIE CASTING & MFG. DIV. of the ELECTRIC AUTO LITE COMPANY, drill bit stand for tap-drill sized bits, Bakelite? stand with wooden knob, very good. (Photo)

041. Lot: four locks; two like early tool chest types; and old brass door lock; and a small trunk? lock; plus a round pulley for window weights? (Photo)

042. Unusual Stanley VICTOR No. 1120 adjustable iron block plane, gray bed with 1/2 the lever cap painted red, 100 percent original and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Stanley #140 Type I skew bladed rabbeting iron block plane, with patent date in removable side, RULE & LEVEL CO. blade has about 1/4-in. usable length remaining, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

044. Lot of four iron block planes: Unusual Fulton or Sargent 7-inch model with blade adjuster, complete and very good; Millers Falls No. 75, with blade adjuster, complete and very good; Stanley #220 with large adjuster screw, very good; and a Union NO. 227, similar to Stanley #220, hang hole in rear of bed, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Stanley #40 scrub plane with nice STANLEY RULE & LEVEL blade, fine tote and early-style knob, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

046. Four iron block planes: late USA model 220, complete and very good; CRAFTSMAN model similar to the previous model but in light green paint, fine; Stanley #102 that has been repainted green, complete and very good; and an unknown make same size as #102, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

047. Stanley #180 iron rabbet plane, good RULE & LEVEL CO. blade, intact depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

048. Stanley marking gauge made to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Stanley Rule & Level Co. This one is in new condition in a like new commemorative box. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Full box (1/2 dozen) Stanley #106 zig zag rules in the original box, all the rules are absolutely new, the box is very good with an intact labels on top and on the end and is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

050. Scarce limited edition Lie-Nielsen No. 1 smooth plane made to commemorate the Stanley Tool Collectors Convention that was held in June 17-19, 1993 at the Stanley Factory in New Britain and in Hartford, Connecticut. This is plane #21 in a series that was limited at not more than 250, the plane is in new never-used condition and the box is fine too. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

051. Full box (1/2 dozen) Stanley #06 zig zag rules in the original box, all the rules are absolutely new, the box has some wear, a spot or two of moisture staining, and a slightly soiled label. (Photo)

052. MASTER No. 050 LONGBOY 50-foot steel tape measure with Automatic Rewind, in original box, this is one of the earliest 50-foot steel tapes with rewind, the tape itself is fine, the box has some moderate wear. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Stanley new old stock commemorative belt buckle featuring rules and made to commemorate the Stanley company's 150 year in business, sealed in original plastic bag inside a heavy shipping envelope. (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Early Stanley #79 side rabbet plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

055. Large SOMMER & MACA glass-cutting square with 36-inch blade, handle has brass covering inside edge, brass joint, very good overall. (Photo)

056. Lot of wooden coach makers patterns. (Photo)

057. Dobyne & Fleming Patent (U.S. No. 281,250) neck yoke marked PAT JULY 17, '83, owner tag on it IDs the wood as hickory, fine overall. (Photo)

058. Lot of nine wooden patternmaker's curves and forms. (Photo)

059. Pair of unusual squares: brass draftsman's square with teardrop cutouts, marked WB in two places, very good; and an all wood miter square, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Early HORTON & CO. forged nosing auger with wooden handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Lufkin Rule Co. DOYLE SCALE cruiser or board stick for determining board feet in logs, very good. (Photo)

062. Early Stanley 26-inch plumb & level with partial label on side of mahogany? stock, a few chips and splinters but very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. United States Tailor System MARSHALL & DOBBS INVENTORS MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA, tailor's rule, very good. (Photo)

064. Early forged barking spud found years ago in Maine, very good. (Photo)

065. Unusual single tree neck yoke in old red paint, has spring loaded gate, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

066. Unusual Young Patent 4-bladed curd knife with nice wooden handle and brass ferrule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

067. Pair of long handled strainers for cooking; one is tin; the larger diameter one is a tin strainer with a steel handle riveted to it, and the rivets have been soldered on the inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

068. Pair of brushes; one with 100 percent NYLON bristles. (Photo & Photo 2)

069. Pair of hand forged spatulas, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

070. Large copper strainer with decorated handle, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

071. Copper serving spoon, handle marked XIXII, very good and a brass strainer. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. G.W. KNAPP Patent (U.S. #DES27,486) 2-piece tin cake mold PAT. AUG. 3. '97, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. Stanley #1 Excelsior tool handle, with assorted bits inside handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. Stanley #96 Type I blind nail plane, has AP'L 10-88 patent date in one side, and STANLEY in other side, just add your own 1/4-inch chisel and it's ready to work, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Ultra scarce Hjorth Patent (U.S. No. 540,984) pull-cord hand or breast drill made on a patent issued June 11, 1895 to Henrick Julius Hjorth of Boston Massachusetts. This example has fine nickel plating, a nice apple top handle that is marked PAT APL'D FOR, they don't get any better unless found in original packaging. (Photo)

076. YANKEE SLICER NO. 0 small tobacco plug cutter, just a trace of original japanning remains, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Copper glue pot 2-piece with three steel legs riveted to the sides with copper rivets, nice wire bale, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Nice copper eagle for a weathervane, about 24-inches between wing tips, and 19 inches from beak to tip of tail feathers, will need one or two solder joints re-soldered before it can be used outdoors again, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

079. Brass 1 1/2-qt. pan with socket handle, marked MADE IN HONG KONG on bottom, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. Nicely carved shore bird mounted to piece of drift? wood, nice coloring. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. Lot of 25 hand carved figures most look like sailors fishermen, or pirates, a few with peg legs; one of man in a doctor's coat standing next to a coffin. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

082. Pair of wooden planes: Ohio Tool 1 1/4-inch jack rabbet with offset closed handle, intact nickers, very good ovderall; and a 15 1/2-inch A.C. BARTLETT'S OHIO PLANES (Sandusky) jack plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

083. Winchester W14 rafter framing square, needs cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. Ohio Tool Co. No. 104 solid rosewood plow plane with fine body, very good fence and skate, sliver from the inside lower face of the fence, the only major detraction are the threads on the arms. They are badly chipped. Let Jim Leamy make you a new set of arms, and you will have a fine top-shelf plow. (Photo)

085. Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools Guide to Identity & Value by John Walter 1996 revised 885-page hardcover edition in jacket, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Stanley No. 1 smooth plane, the smallest smoother in the Stanley lineup, this one is complete and damage free except for the rosewood tote which is chipped at the bottom and has had the spur reshaped, there is no damage to the other parts, just put a new tote on it and it will be very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

087. Stanley #35 transitional smooth plane that was restored at the factory and sold to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Company, the "restoration" by the factory was not the best, but the plane they started with was likely junk, has a brass tag on the left side. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Stanley A18 aluminum block plane, light pitting on lever cap, good SW-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

089. Stanley #39 1/2, 6-inch machinist level, has STANLEY and patent date in top plate, very good overall. (Photo)

090. Stanley #289 skew bladed rabbet plane, complete with proper fence and depth stop, T-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Stanley #39 1/2, 6-inch machinist level with SW logo and model number in top plate, very good. (Photo)

092. Scarce Stanley No. 5 pitch adjuster for levels, very good nickel plating, all screws present, very good overall. (Photo)

093. Stanley #1 ODD JOBS head with intact level, no scribe, very good nickel, very good overall; plus an early ODD JOBS with intact scribe, dry level vial, very good overall. (Photo)

094. Stanley #171 door router plane with intact fence, nice rosewood handles, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

095. Pair of LANDO LEVEL plates for making your own level, just mount to your own stock, made by LANDO PRODUCTS INC. SAN FRANCISCO, both fine. (Photo)

096. Stanley #140 Type 1 skew bladed block plane, has patent date in removable side, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

097. Stanley Tools Limited Edition 1981 brass belt buckle with hammer on face, very good overall. (Photo)

098. Scarce Metallic Plane Co. iron block plane with intact lever cap (most of the others we have seen had the top loop of the lever cap broken off, so there must have been a casting defect), this one has a nice original blade, good japanning, just traces of light rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo)

099. Stanley Sweetheart belt buckle, limited edition produced by Alvin Sellens of Augusta, Kansas. This is number 361 of 500 produced, complete and fine. (Photo)

100. Stanley #72 chamfer plane, nice rosewood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. E.C. ATKINS IDEAL #0 band saw setting? (may be a gummer or swedge) machine, some light pitting from a previous cleaning, rosewood handles have a few cracks, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. Large Stearns-type spoke pointer, has been repainted, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Unusual Silver & Demming Patent hollow auger made in Salem, Ohio, nice knurled adjustment collar, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. E.C. CUNNINGHAM WORCESTER, MASS DEC. 23, 1873 patented saws set, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

105. Stearns Patent 1872, fore auger or hollow auger. very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

106. A.A. WOOD & SONS hollow auger set up for use in a drill press or machine, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

107. THE STAR saw set PAT. DEC. 24. head is chipped, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

108. Medium sized Stearns dowel or spoke pointer, some light pitting on blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. Stanley #40 1/2 wide scrub plane, nice V-logo iron, good beech tote and tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

110. Stanley BEDROCK #604 1/2 RS, with 90 percent plus original japanning, fine Q-logo blade, fine rosewood tote and low knob, a spot or two of mild surface rust, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Stanley #40 scrub plane, nice Rule & Level Co. blade, nickel plated cap screw, fine beech tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo)

112. Stanley #67 UNIVERSAL spoke shave with patent date on blade, good rosewood handles, flat bottom, very good overall. (Photo)

113. Stanley #982 with nice rosewood handles, BB logo and two patent numbers on the chuck shell, fine overall condition. (Photo)

114. Windsor beader with early wooden body, very good overall. (Photo)

115. Unusual E.C. Stearns & Co. adjustable hollow auger, one of the three posts is graduated, screw-type blade adjuster, very good overall. (Photo)

116. Unusual combined try & miter square similar to Stanley Winterbottom patent, has nice 7-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

117. Pair of hollow augers: a fixed 5/8-inch, vry good overall; and an E.C. STEARNS adjustable, missing the depth stop, but very good overall. (Photo)

118. Stanley Rule & Level Co. No. 14 adjustable try square with 6-inch blade, fine overall. (Photo)

119. Adjustable hollow auger in original red and black paint, intact depth stop, fine overall. (Photo)

120. L.BAILEY Patent March 19, 1872 sliding bevel, complete and fine overall. (Photo)

121. E.C. STEARNS & CO. adjustable hollow auger, missing depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)

122. Stanley #24 combined square and bevel with 9-inch blade, has small cracks where the two legs of the square come together, very good. (Photo)

123. Stanley #203 iron block plane, good BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

124. Unknown make rosewood and brass bevel with 12-inch blade, fine overall. (Photo)

125. Pair of Stanley 6-inch iron block planes with Excelsior-style body, adjustable throat good L.BAILEY blades, light pitting on sides and bottom of both planes, very good overall. (Photo)

126. OHIO TOOL CO. #0110 iron block plane (similar to Stanley #110) complete with Globe-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

127. STANLEY brass belt buckle, marked on back STANLEY is a registered trademark of THE STANLEY WORKS 1978, complete and very good. (Photo)

128. Three small levels: Stanley #31 3-inch, complete and fine; Handyman H1287 line level, complete and very good; and a LEA MFG. CO. 2 1/2-inch, very good. (Photo)

129. Diamond Edge bag of original marbles, complete and fine; plus a DIAMOND EDGE tack lifter, very good. (Photo)

130. Keen Kutter padlock, shield and wedge shape, most probably a reproduction, good overall, with key in working condition. (Photo)

131. Stanley #202 bench dog, complete and very good. (Photo)

132. A.C. WILLIAMS CO. RAVENNA O(hio) ice shaver plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

133. Ronson Specialty Co. nested sent of automobile nut wrenches, nice nickel plating, PAT. 942998, very good. (Photo)

134. Ashtray with the O.V.B. logo in top left corner and HIBBARD, SPENCER, BARTLETT & CO. CHICAGO logo across the bottom, depicting the headquarters building, fine overall. (Photo)

135. DISSTON 6-inch wooden level, fine overall. (Photo)

136. Unusual gear-adjusting tapered witchet or stale engine that will taper the end of dowel, spoke, chair spindles, stretchers, etc. This one comes in old maroon paint like Ohio Tool used on some of the iron planes they produced, complete and fine. Also included is a modified C-clamp that was found with this tool. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

137. Wheeler Patent (U.S. No. 116,901) countersink with depth stop made on a patent issued July 11, 1871 to Asa Wheeler of Brattleboro, VT. This one is clearly marked WHEELER on the countersink and PAT'D JULY 11.71 stamped into the brass depth stop, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. Lot of four hand forged hammers, each has a newer handle attached. (Photo & Photo 2)

139. Illinois Lumber Co. nail apron, very good; plus two other nail aprons. (Photo)

140. Large macadamizing hammer, very good. (Photo)

141. Lot of three hammers including two nice and early ball peen models. (Photo)

142. Unusual UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. 8-inch adjustable side-jaw nut wrench with lever, patented 6-3-19 and 7-22-19, very good. (Photo)

143. Small saw swaging hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

144. Pair of unmarked glazer's hammers; one with triangular head that rotates; and another with a square head, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Pair of 6-inch adjustable nut wrenches: ACME twist handle patented Feb. 27, '83, very good; and a Vandegrift Patent Sept. 7, '97, complete and fine. (Photo)

146. Early wooden handled can opener, complete and very good. (Photo)

147. Sardine can opener marked GERMANY, very good. (Photo)

148. Miniature anvil, appears to have been used. (Photo)

149. Swisher's Patent DEC. 7, 1852, screw-holding bitstock tool, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Large 12-lb. brass plumb bob similar to those used by bridge builders made by the late Gene Harp, a machinist and tool collector in Siloam Springs Arkansas for his friend Bill Wooden of Tulsa, Oklahoma. This beautiful bob has a double row of knurling on the removable cap, a removable steel tip and shaft, displays well in a clear piece of plastic tube or it can be hung by the steel cable that is currently installed in it. Imposing in both its size and it's provenance, as both Harp and Wooden left indelible marks on the old tool community. (Photo)

151. Small apparatus that tests grip strength in LBs, KGs and two other scales, nickel plated spring steel with a brass dial, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. Large saw swaging hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. Two mini wrenches: the smallest is marked BUFFUM TOOL CO. LOUISIANA MO and has square opening on one end and and a round opening on the other; the other wrench is a Civil War musket wrench. (Photo)

154. Small round McAdamizinig hammer, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

155. Two pocket or bicycle-type nut wrenches: HERCULES 4 1/2-inch with wire handle, very good; and a unknown 4-inch model with cast frame, very good. (Photo)

156. Four small machinist bottle or screw jacks. (Photo)

157. Stoneware gallon jug with brown top and white body, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

158. Nice wooden sled with the name ADOLPH KREUTTER and date 1901 in the top, in old blue paint, has some early repairs on the bottom, a very nice decorative piece. (Photo & Photo 2)

159. Stoneware gallon jug with double row of blue bands at the top and bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Scarce Belknap Hardware Co. Louisville, Kentucky THOROUGHBRED single bit axe with nice embossed logo of a horse's head inside a horseshoe with the BELKNAP BLUEGRASS logo, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

161. DIETZ railroad-type lantern with red lens embossed ST. LOUIS COUNTY WATER CO. NIGHT WATCHMAN, may have been repainted, very good. (Photo)

162. Collins 150th Anniversary broadaxe 1826 - 1976, a new-old-stock broadaxe that was made to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Collins Company of axe makers. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

163. Large round sieve with wire mesh in wooden frame, in old green paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. Tall woven splint basket with folding wooden handles, nicely made with three bands in the center stained a reddish color, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

165. Brown stoneware crock, approximately 1/2-gallon capacity, no cracks that we can see, just two or three tiny chips, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

166. Pair of little woven splint baskets with handles, each has an owners tag that say INDIAN BASKET, we have no idea how old they are. (Photo & Photo 2)

167. Brown stoneware crock approximately 1-quart capacity, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. Finely woven splint basket with wooden rib and nice wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

169. Esquire Boot Polish point-of-sale revolving tin display in nice red paint with ESQUIRE graphics on all three sides. (Photo & Photo 2)

170. Cast iron Christmas-tree stand in old green paint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

171. Brown pint stoneware butter? crock, glaze chipped at rim, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

172. Antique hand-cranked coffee mill with wooden base, intact drawer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

173. Roseville R.R.P. CO. 1-pt. low white stoneware butter? crock, Roseville Ohio U.S.A., very good; and a little 1/2-pint stoneware jug with handle, white on bottom and brown on top, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

174. Unusual tin broom-corn topper, first we've seen or sold, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

175. Nice brown quart-sized stoneware jug with handle and wide mouth, thick glaze, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

176. Pair of wooden boot forms, both are marked with a makers mark but we cannot make it out, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

177. Nice 4-gallon stoneware crock with built in handles on the side, has numeral 4 and decorative marks stenciled in blue on side prior to firing, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

178. Combination pick axe and shovel with three piece handle that comes in a fabric pouch, the tag on it says it is a mountain climber's pick axe, unmarked but very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

179. Nice shoe peg float, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

180. Shoe lasting stand with three different sized forms, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

181. Set of eight C.S. OSBORNE strap or belt end punches, all fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

182. Sailor's palm used to push heavy needles thru thick sail canvass, also good for leather repair, very good overall. (Photo)

183. Set of six Osborne oval punches good for harness and saddle making, but also used by belt and handbag makers, all very good. (Photo)

184. Lot of nine wooden handled cobbler or leather working tools including seven creasers; tracing or stitching wheel; and a circular style welt cutter. (Photo)

185. Lot of five leather hole punches; 1 3/4; 1 1/4; C.S. OSBORNE 1-in.; 13/16-in. that needs the cutting edge cleaned up; and a No. 12 with a few nicks at cutting edge. (Photo)

186. Revolving leather hole or belt punch made in NEWARK NJ, complete and very good; plus a leather stamp that punches out a big oblong hole 5/8 x 1 1/2-inch, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

187. Three iron block planes: Sargent No. 217, has what appears to be a Stanley lever cap, very good; a Sargent #217, complete and very good; and an OHIO TOOL CO. 0110 with a Stanley R&L-logo blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

188. Like new Directory of American Toolmakers book produced by the Early American Industries Association in 1999, and available now only on DVD, this one comes in the original cardboard box it was mailed in from the EAIA. (Photo)

189. WOODCRAFT SUPPLY CORP. WOBURN, MA lumber gauge, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

190. Lufkin No. 08N hickory board rule, complete and in like new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

191. LUFKIN RULE CO. No. 00 lumber gauge, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

192. Unusual Stanley (Unmarked) No. 48 board cane with brass tip and nice knurled edge around the brass top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Unknown measuring disc graduated in inches from 0 to 6, and at the 0 point it has a point that stands proud of the knurled outer edge, and an aluminum disc riveted to both sides, one of these discs is marked DEMMLER BROS. PITTSBURGH TINNER'S SUPPLIES HOUSE FURNISHINGS, also marked PAT. PEND. It's obviously made to measure distance, but we cannot find a patent for it. (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Stanley (Unmarked) No. 48 board cane, shaft slightly bent, knurling around edge of brass top mostly worn off, good scales, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. AMERICAN LUMBER & MF'G CO. PITTSBURGH, U.S.A. lumber gauge, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Scarce Stanley Rule & Level Co. No. 48 1/2 board cane, has brass tip and knurled edge around the brass top, three 8 to 9-inch cracks in center of the bent wooden shaft, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

197. TAYLOR & CRATE BUFFALO, N.Y. lumber gauge, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Stanley #57 core box plane complete original turnbuckle and rods, one side of risers and original SW blade, in new new condition with original box, box has been professionally restored by professional paper conservator, Sara J. Holmes. (Photo)

199. RARE 6-inch Birmingham Mosher Patent (U.S. No. 296,207) "Batwing" cast iron T-rabbet plane. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

200. Millers Patent No. 43 plow plane, small chip in side of handle, one plow blade included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plow plane, with one plow blade, one beading or depth stop, all three main sections, nice handle and wear strip on fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Stanley #49 tongue & groove plane, early style handle with vine casting, nice rosewood knob, both cutters intact, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. UNION No. 41 tongue & groove plane, has owners initials filed into swinging fence, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

204. Stanley #12 cast iron smooth plane with nice unmarked blade, fine rosewood handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

205. Stanley #203 bench bracket, wing nut marked PAT APL'D FOR, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. Stanley #71 router plane with 95 percent plus japanning, 1/4-inch blade, fine knobs, intact throat closing attachments, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. Two Sargent planes: Sargent & Co. #61 router plane, one 1/4-inch blade included, very good knobs, very good; and a #79 rabbet & filletster plane, missing the fence and depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. Stanley #83 scraper with blade marked "STANLEY" nice original roller, nice beech handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

209. Stanley #49 bit gauge in original box, box has moderate wear, bit is like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Stanley #43 Saw Set in original box with pamphlet, set is like new, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. E.W. CARPENTER'S IMPROVED ARMS LANCASTER, plow plane with distinctive boxwood body, arms, outer and locking nuts, and fence face, with rosewood adjusting nuts and rosewood portion of fence below bridge, the threads that pass thru the body are intact, there are numerous chips to the arms and the outer nuts, wedge was professionally made by Jim Leamy. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Fine Keystoneware "Boat Signal Lantern" #12 Dimensions: 9 inches high x 3.5 inches wide. Made by Keystoneware, standardized oil burning, hand-held signal lamp, circa 1900-1930, flat black. Has a manually operating open/close shutter allowing or preventing light thru the magnifying fresnel lens. This special magnifying lens amplifies the light from the single wick burner which would typically be used at night to send/receive messages in morse code. (Photo)

213. DIAMOND EDGE DE04C Mehl Patent NOV. 22, '04 smooth plane made by the Buckeye Saw Vise Co. in Ohio, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Pair of early wooden ice skates with steel blades, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. Small wooden scoop with octagonal wooden handle, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Minute Maid tin candy mold, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Unusual pie tin or mold with St. Nick or Santa Claus embossed in bottom. (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Two small copper jello molds; one in shape of lobster, and larger one in shape of fish, both can be hung when not in use, decorative. (Photo & Photo 2)

219. Small beer stein with pewter lid, marked GERMANY on bottom, and inside of lid marked DBGM, features a young couple, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Nutmeg or spice grater marked MACO 3/1 on one side and GES. GESCH on the other, in old blue paint, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

221. Antique wooden butter mold with acorn and leaf pattern, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

222. German? beer stein with pewter lid, depicts one one side a couple riding on a bicycle, the other side has dog with a rabbit in its mouth, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

223. Seven assorted tin cookie cutters including small ones shaped like a chicken, a small bunny, and heart. (Photo & Photo 2)

224. Wooden tankard with lid; plus a single brass candle stick. (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Keuffel & Esser K&E P5136 vintage mountain transit in original wooden box with hinged lockable door, comes with brass plumb bob and hood, instrument and box are both in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

226. Schick made Stadimeter in original wooden box with hinged lid, use primarily on Naval ships and submarines "for estimating the range to an object of known height by measuring the angle between the top and bottom of the object as observed at the device," complete and fine instrument in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

227. Double bladed scutch, a tool used by British masons to clean old mortar off of previously used bricks, has a Birmingham England makers mark, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

228. Large F. WALTER & CO. SOLLY WORKS SHEFFIELD try square with 18-inch blade, fine rosewood handle with overhang tab, owner E.F. LOW has name in both sides of handle, light rust on one side, the other side clean and fine, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

229. Unusual French? fireman's axe with strapped handle, marked R. CHARTON NANCY, nice round handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

230. Scarce English hole cutter with mahogany body, brass wear plate and brass blade holder, only the second we have seen or sold, has a 1983 Tom Witte $295 price tag, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

231. Pulaski tools used in fighting forest fires, combines a single bit axe with a mattock blade for digging or grubbing, this one appears to have a new handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

232. Marples #10 camp hatchet with nice calf's leg handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

233. FREUD WC110 set of 10 chisels in original wooden box, from 1/4 to 1 1/2-inch. all are like new. (Photo)

234. Scarce Marples camp axe (hatchet) with folding hail claw, folding blade guard, and hard rubber handle panels, has old Tom Witte price tag, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

235. Large 4-inch GLOBE carpenters slick with very nice handle, handle is secured by a screw thru the socket, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

236. Nice MARTIE ROBINSON tomahawk-style hatchet with nice leather sheath; Robinson is/was knife maker from Ohio. His knives are highly prized by collectors, this is the first hatchet we have seen by him, one or two small patches of rust, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

237. Heavy duty 2 1/2-inch timber framer's chisel marked E.A. MONSON GD RAPIDS MICH., very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Corn dryer, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

239. Primitive wheelwright's traveler with wooden handle and steel wheel, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

240. Early adjustable thread chaser, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

241. All-wood wheelright's traveler, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

242. Hand forged flooring tool. (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Wheelwright's traveler with twisted handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Hand forged bolt header, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. Piano tuner's wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Lot of foundry tools for working with molding sand. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. Scarce D. PERES GERMANY "lady leg" bottle corkscrew with stockings and buttoned shoes, complete and fine. This is the first of this model that we've seen or sold. Highly recommended! (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Pair of hand sickles, one marked I BLOOD; the other appears to be made from an old file or rasp. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Stanley #44 bit and square level, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

250. Stanley No. 41 MILLERS PATENT plow plane with intact filletster bed and wrap around fence, and seven blades including the filletster, plane has been repainted, nice rosewood handle with long top spur, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

251. Large 4 1/4-lb. Brass millwright’s plumb bob, has former owner's initials CS punched into the body in series of dots, very good overall. (Photo)

252. Lot of ten assorted corkscrews. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Lot of five mini tools including a small pair of pliers, two small nippers, a scythe snathe wrench, and a combination bottle opener and screwdriver. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Lot of five assorted zig zag rules including an aluminum Lufkin No. 1206; and nice Lufkin No. 066D RED END ENGINEERS. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Five of four assorted clock keys, and a Chicago Roller Skate Co. skate key. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Baby Terrier box opener by Bridgeport Hdwe. Mfg. Co., very good; and an auger bit with a Millers Falls Patented bit stop, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Lot of five tool related tie clips: STARRETT 1880-1955; a hand saw; micrometer; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

258. Lot: two double hog ring pliers; one an 1880 Heesen Patent (U.S. No. 226,915), both very good; and a Jensen Patent (U.S. No. 2,224,226) industrial (sheet metal) cutting tool, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Lot of mini tools and tool-themed tie tacks and tie clasps; mini nickel plated plane; Brown & Sharpe micrometer tie tack; a SNAP-ON truck charm or keychain fob; MINEWELD tie clasp; tie clasp featuring a crane; and a MARX mini micrometer. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. Pair of SCIOTO WORKS wooden jointer planes, 22-inch complete and very good; and a 28-inch, very good. (Photo)

261. Long handled fish gig, very good overall. (Photo)

262. Pair of eggbeater-type hand drills: unusual CRAFTSMAN A-I (Millers Falls?) that has partially enclosed gears, a steel storage handle painted to look like rosewood, very good; and a WARDS (Stanley?) POWR-KRAFT 94-3709 with original bits in handle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

263. John Deere planter Y3297-B lid with nice Y2003 base, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

264. Two screwdrivers: Yankee No. 130A by North Brothers, has intact spring, ratchet selector works fine, very good overall; and an A.H. REID patent (U.S. No. 268,938) that is very good, just needs a bit. (Photo)

265. All-wooden axe, perhaps a ceremonial prop. (Photo)

266. Unusual short-handled axe, very good overall. (Photo)

267. Large Millers Falls No. 620A automatic screwdriver, has intact spring, one flat bit, works in forward and reverse, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

268. Pair of ratchet braces: unknown make 10-inch with white composite top handle, very good; and an unknown 10-inch with cocobolo handles, heavy-duty chuck is missing the spring, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

269. Lot: DEFIANCE No. 118 eggbeater hand drill, intact chuck, very good overall; HANDYMAN automatic screwdriver, one flat bit, fine overall; and a GOODELL-PRATT automatic screwdriver, one flat bit included, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

270. Pair of braces: Spofford Patent 10-inch, very good; and a FRAY 10-inch ratchet brace, nice cocobolo handles, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

271. Pair of eggbeater drills: HANDYMAN H1220, complete and very good; and a Millers Falls No. 315 with handle that can be adjusted in tight places, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

272. Pair of braces: Fray 14-inch Spofford Patent, some mild pitting, good overall; and an unknown make 10-inch brace with cocobolo top handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

273. Unusual PROTO 370 eggbeater hand drill that has a handle that can be adjust and a chuck that can be rotated. (Photo & Photo 2)

274. Goodell-Pratt corner brace, reversible and ratcheting, spring missing from chuck, cocobolo top handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Rare Fox Patent (U.S. No. 390,470 try square & bevel combination tool made on a patented issued October 2, 1888 to Philo L. Fox of Bridgeport, Connecticut. This example has an 8-inch blade, and is complete with nice japanning, light rust on blade, will clean to fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. European "cold handle" taylor's iron with quick-release handle, small crack on side of wooden handle, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)


278. GRAND UNION TEA COMPANY sleeve iron, with quick-release handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

279. Blacksmith's flatter hammer, very good. (Photo)

280. UNIVERSAL 4 sad iron with unusual handle release mechanism, to release handle simply lift small wooden knob and rotate handle 90 degrees and lift off, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

281. Large cast iron bean pot, has number 6 cast into the bottom, three legs and a wire bale handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

282. KENRICK 4 polishing iron with rounded bottom, would have been used with starch to polish collars, cuffs, etc, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

283. Pair of long handled hammers, on top is a riveting hammer and on bottom is a forged claw hammer. (Photo)

284. H.R. IVES & C0. MONTREAL MRS. POTTS SIZE 2 IRON PATENT GROUNT, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

285. Early copper chestnut roaster, with hinged lid and long iron handle, has a few cracks near the hinge, socket at end of handle, unusual. (Photo)

286. JBM (J Marks?) NEW YORK hatter's shackle or iron, light pitting to movable piece on front, fine wooden handle, very good overall. See U.S. Patent No. 565,104 for a nearly identical example. (Photo & Photo 2)

287. Early shipwright's-type adz, very good. (Photo)

288. ASBESTOS sleeve iron, complete and very good, has PAT MAT 22nd 1900 on base of handle, traces of surface rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

289. Early wooden laundry stick, very good. (Photo)

290. Scarce Hanson Patent (U.S. No. 1,043,421) No. 4 self-heating gas sad iron manufactured by the AMERICAN GAS MACHINE CO. ALBERT LEA, MINN, comes with original brass filler pump marked PAT APLD FOR, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

291. Unknown make table-top fluter or fluting machine, with most of the original black japanning and gold highlights intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

292. FINE Finn Patent "ONLYONE SELF-HEATING charcoal sad iron, manufactured by the National Iron Co. Newark, N.J., complete and fine with original albeit worn owners pamphlet. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

293. Early oil can with spring loaded cap on spout, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

294. Ober Patent (U.S. No. 539,820) sad iron with quick release handle, top of base pitted but marked G.H. OBER PATD MAY 28, 1895 CHAGRIN FALLS O. (Ohio), nice handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

295. Original cast iron Masonic spittoon, porcelain-lined and in old reddish paint with gold stripe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

296. Pair of breast drills: LAKESIDE 2-speed with 3-jaw chuck, missing auxiliary handle, good overall; and a Millers Falls 2-speed, missing auxiliary handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

297. Unknown make short-throw ratchet brace, some light rust and mild pitting, intact chuck, will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

298. Massive 14-inch brace with forged frame and large wooden top knob, bit secured by thumb screw. (Photo & Photo 2)

299. Stanley 150th Anniversary skew back panel saw new in original box with leather scabbard and pamphlet, box shows some wear, but the contents are as new; plus a Stanley 150th Anniversary Try Square in original box, box has nominal wear, square is like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

300. Stanley #55 Universal combination plow plane with all major components including auxiliary center bottom, four boxes of original blades with nice labels, script lettering on skate dates this one to circa 1912 to 1921, as good as they get inside the original tall tin box. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

301. Pair of wooden smooth planes including a nice Sandusky 5 1/2 razee, very good; and a SCIOTO with a patched throat. (Photo & Photo 2)

302. Three pair of large hinges, all in red paint, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

303. Pair of #35-sized transitional smooth planes: EVERKEEN (Pritzlaff Hardware Milwaukee, WI), complete and very good; and one with an anvil logo on the blade, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

304. Unusual E.G. SHORTRIDGE, KOKOMO IND. chain drill. Shortridge had a patent (U.S. No. 653,824 for a saw swage, but we could not find any patent for a chain drill, this one is complete and fine. Manufactured by "the Standard Manufacturing Company, incorporated Dec. 4, 1901, originally formed to manufacture, sell and deal in mill supplies, tools, engines, motor vehicles and general machinery, and to conduct a general foundry and repair business." (Photo & Photo 2)

305. Three wooden planes: pair of Ohio Tool Co. #7 hollow and round planes; and a small smoother. (Photo & Photo 2)

306. Pair of early door locks with decorative covers, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

307. Lot of four block planes including Stanley #118; two Stanley #110; and a Sargent? #107, all in usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

308. Large ORIGINAL STEINBACH nutcracker holding the LZ 127 GRAF ZEPPELIN blimp, "FROM WEST-GERMANY, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

309. Set of three Stanley rabbet planes: #190 with SW-logo blade, intact depth stop, very good; #191 with T-logo iron, intact depth stop, very good; and a #192 early model with cast head on cap screw, intact stop, later SW logo blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

310. Pair of nutcrackers, the one on the left is a Veb Hodrewa Rothenthal Made in German Democratic Republic nutcracker with sword, very good; the one on the right is unmarked, it too is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

311. Millers Falls No. 85 iron rabbet and filletster plane, same as Stanley #78, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Pair of nutcrackers; the one on the left is from Germany, it is very good; the on on the right is unmarked, it too is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Pair of snow birds that would have been installed near the edge of a roof to keep large sheets of ice from sliding off during a thaw, very good; plus an early door lock, no key. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

314. Gilson Binary Slide Rule 8-inch diameter, copyrighted 1931 & 1940; complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

315. Nice cast iron elephant door stop in original beige paint, American-made circa 1920. 9 inches high, 11 inches wide, 2 3/4 inches deep, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

316. Round 12-inch diameter shallow basket with wooden bottom, has letter "B" inside a circle on the bottom, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

317. J.B. CROFOOT CO. No. 558 stapler, nickel plated, fine overall. (Photo)

318. Lot of four Stanley zig-zag rules: No. 227, good overall; Stanley BIG SIX, fine; Stanley No. 714 M-E (metric), fine; and Stanley No. 106, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Pair of user made scratch stocks, each with very nice profile. (Photo & Photo 2)

320. Lot of four 1-foot, 4-fold boxwood rules: STEPHENS & CO. No. 72, good; unknown No. 64, fine; unknown make No. 65; and a similar model that has no make or model number, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Lot of four Stanley zig-zag rules: Stanley No. 426 aluminum zig-zag complete and very good; Stanley No. 105, good; DEFIANCE 2-foot, fine; and a Stanley 100 PLUS No. X-226, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Marking knife with wooden handle, and a small wooden plane with sole that is radiused from side to side. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Lot of four 1-foot, 4-fold, no-name boxwood rules: No. 65, very good; No. 65 1/2, very good; #69, very good; and #70, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Lufkin 1-foot, 2-fold steel advertising rule WESTINGHOUSE TRACTION BRAKE CO. PITTSBURGH, PA, very good, comes in a leather for faux-leather case. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Unusual T. Bradburn & Sons, Birmingham 2-foot, 2-fold solid brass rule, with what looks like an arched joint, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. D-handled carpenters slick with 4-inch blade, some pitting, good overall. (Photo)

327. Green gage butt mortise plane, an early ad has been published in PTAMPIA that shows this plane was sold in Atlantic, Iowa. No additional information has surfaced, this example is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Interesting little gents brace measures just 8 inches tall overall, shown in next to a regular sized F. UNGER 11-inch gents brace also included, both are complete and fine. (Photo)

329. Sargent VBM No. 81 combined left and right side rabbet plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. FINE Disston No. 7 hand saw with great etch, and paper labels on handle, by far the best No. 7 we have seen or sold. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. Stanley #90 bullnose rabbet plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Scarce Vaughan & Bushnell V&B bill posters hammer, both bill clips are present but one of the mounting screws for one clip is missing, the wooden handle is fine, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Veritas blind nail plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

334. Marples camp ax (hatchet) with hard rubber panels, folding blade guard, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Stanley No. 51/52 chute board and plane with intact hold down clamp, has a light dusting of surface rust, but will easily clean to fine overall condition. Board is mounted to a wooden base and when plane is installed with handle inward, a nice wooden cover can be used to protect the whole thing. (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Kabar 1331 hatchet, a nice little camp hatchet by the makers of the famous fighting knife. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Nicely made copper candle sconces, both have some tarnish and patches of green oxidation, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

338. Cast iron 2-piece glue pot marked H W & CO PITTS PA on the bottom, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Hand cranked tobacco shredder or meat chopper. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Melon shaped tin pudding mold, has handle on each section, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Brass mortar with pestle, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Scandinavian 2L copper tea kettle with dovetailed bottom, a few minor dents, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. Interesting tin coffee pot with a MAY 15, '77 patent date inside the depressed piece on top of the handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

344. COLUMBIA MEAT JUICE PRESS by LANDERS, FRARY & CLARK, NEW BRITAIN, CONN., U.S.A., complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

345. Large cast iron copy press, has number 4 painted on frame and the letter A painted on the movable plate, nice (Photo & Photo 2)

346. Pair of bookbinder's tools; the one on top is unmarked; the bottom one is marked GANE BROTHERS & CO. CHICAGO 173, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

The following three lots belonged to the late William "Bill" Baader, of Columbus Ohio. Baader was a one time president of the Midwest Tool Collectors Association.

347. Gerstner Model 044, 5-drawer oak machinist tool chest measures 31 x 9 1/4 x 13 1/2 inches, made in 1965, has stain on top where a round container of something caustic leaked onto it, otherwise very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Traditional woodworking workbench, 99 1/4 inches long x 30 1/2 wide x 34 high face and end vises. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Large carpenter's tool chest, dovetailed construction, in black and green paint, measures 39 1/4 x 25 x 23 1/2 inches, walnut and oak trays with porcelain knobs, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Fine Stanley #85 scraper plane with tilting handles, the tote had a partial decal on the side, nice japanning, comes with a both a replacement blade and what looks like a SW original with a notch sticking out of the side, fine plane overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. YOUNG & McMASTER AUBURN N.Y. unhandled plow plane with complex fence profile, distinctive inner nuts, has pitting on the skate and a new wedge crafted by Jim Leamy, here is your chance to own a plane that was likely made by a convict housed in the New York penal system. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. Pair of brick hammers, both have been re-handled at some point. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. Wooden nutcracker, very good. (Photo)

354. Pair of forged claw hammers; the one on top is a cobbler's type, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Pair of little bench-mounting vises: one marked NO. 0 MF'D BY A.M. CO. ATHOL MASS; and the other PV Co NY 152, both very good. (Photo)

356. Pair of cobblers' hammers, one a French pattern, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. Pair of ratchet braces; Stanley VICTOR No. 945-8 IN. complete and fine; and a CHALLENGER 10-inch, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

358. Mephisto adz hammer, faint patent date, likely made by CHENEY, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

359. Lot of four hand drills: Millers Falls No. 70; GAMBLES EXPERT; Stanley HANDYMAN NO. 1221; and GOODELL-Pratt No. 655. (Photo & Photo 2)

360. Lot of three assorted hammers at least two were forged. (Photo)

361. Lot of three breast drills; two MOHAWK 2-speed models, both complete and Millers Falls single-speed model, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. Three hand forged claw hammers. (Photo)

363. Unusual iron all-iron brace with breast pad, moderate to heavy pitting over entire surface. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. Broad axe head with moderate pitting; and two adzes that would take a mattock-type handle, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Lot: two forged gouges; and a head with an adz on one end and a poll for hitting spikes or nails on the other, likely used in a shipyard or on the railroad. (Photo & Photo 2)

366. "PENN-STYLE" axe head with moderate pitting; plus a short curved gutter adz head marked TL, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Two small adzes; one with curved and lipped blade, tag on it says "gutter adz." (Photo & Photo 2)

368. Two all-steel gouges made from old files, both nicely executed. (Photo & Photo 2)

369. Unusual adz with round handle and having a nail puller in middle of blade, marked PAT. PEND., very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

370. Curved adz with round curved handle, marked LV, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

371. SIMONDS SAW CO. saw tools in original wooden shipping crate they were shipped in. Included is a perfect saw hammer the the SIMONDS name etched into it, and a 24-inch straightedge also with the SIMONDS logo, was originally shipped to HALVOR GARLOCK of EVERTON, MISSOURI. (Photo & Photo 2)

372. German nutcracker witch with cat on the brim of her black hat, a basket of red apples in her hand, and wearing wire glasses, very good; plus a carved salesman with a "sample" case and an "order book" in his other hand, has LOVE GAIL in marker on back. (Photo & Photo 2)

373. Lot of Indian artifacts from a Minnesota collection: a collection of flint knapping tools, and some worked pieces of flint; several pottery shards, and three bone pieces; one marked on back "BRYAN SITE MINN. INDIAN BONE DIGGER HOE - CA. PRE 1200." (Photo & Photo 2)

374. Lot of carved figures: box of six small nautically-themed figures, all very good; plus a wall hanging of another. (Photo & Photo 2)

375. Large flax wheel, appears to be complete, but will need new belts and some tweaking to put it back into service. (Photo & Photo 2)

376. Interesting wooden egg crate for transporting a whole lot of eggs, marked FROM WOOD PRODUCTS CO. WINNECONNE, WIS., can carry one gross (144) eggs, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. Smaller clear glass oil lamp with single loop handle and intact chimney, wick adjuster screw marked PAT. APL. 30. '83 M.B. CO. NY, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

378. Tin candle-burning lantern with folding wire hanger, one small solder joint needs to be re-soldered, hinged door marked PATENT at top, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

379. Lot of three early single-bladed food choppers, all with wooden handles and what appear to be forged blades, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

380. Small oil lantern or lamp with green glass base, WHITE FLAME LIGHT CO. burner, EAGLE PAT PENDING reflector on back and clear chimney, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

381. Pair of early food choppers, one with open handle and one closed, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

382. Pair of clear glass oil lamps one with short base and one tall, both have clear chimneys. The short one has a QUEEN ANNE No. 2 burner and has two patent dates below the brass filler cap; the taller one has a BANNER burner; both are very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

383. Fine hand-cranked tin coffee roaster that is complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

384. Pair of carriage lamps, the larger one with beveled glass, the smaller one marked PATENT on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

385. Nicely forged gambrel meat hook, perfect size for hog butchering. (Photo)

386. CANADIAN PACIFIC RY specialty tool with opposing hooks on one end, nicely marked CAN PAC RY, very good. (Photo)

387. Three pair of long handled blacksmith tongs: on top is a pair for round work; in the middle is specialty pair for cutting; and we do not know what the bottom pair was meant to do, all three are very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Large 28-inch forged self-tightening pipe tong, very good. (Photo)

389. T-augers; one with a steel handle; one a Millers Falls; and an early model with square-shanked bit.p (Photo)

390. Mystery forged tool: could have been used as a "barrel hoist" or a gambrel to butcher hogs and sheep; may also have been used to lift or suspend heavy kettles, nicely made. (Photo)

391. Lot of three ceramic? anvils. (Photo)

392. Five tape measures: two Stanley Defiance No. 1260; Stanley #7506; Stanley #7506N; MECHANIC'S PAL with some rust on blade; MASTER RULE MFG No. 406 Streamline, and part of a BLUEGRASS tape. (Photo & Photo 2)

393. Pair of mini anvils: brass TO FORGE OUR FRIENDSHIP E.W. FILE SUPPLY COMPANY ANNA, ILL; and an unmarked aluminum model. (Photo)

394. Lot of seven keys; four assorted clock keys; a BARNEY & BERRY Patent (U.S. 66,935) 1867 skate key; a TAYLOR 673 skate key; and a USMC (United Shoe Machinery Corp.) 755H T-handled wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

395. Lightning rod with purple colored glass ball, the iron portion is pitted but the copper center and ball are fine.

396. Lot: five wire handled screwdrivers; plus three miniature shovels. (Photo)

397. Three pair of long handled blacksmith tongs, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

398. Pair of fireplace tools: NEVERBREAK FIRE SHOVEL PAT. NOV. 30, 1926, and a poker. (Photo & Photo 2)

399. Three pair of long handled blacksmith tongs, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

400. Tool chest of Scottish immigrant George Kerr complete with set of sash templates, three 5/8-in. fixed sash planes by CURRIE GLASGOW; 5/8-in. & 3/4-in. tongue & groove sets by MATHIESON & SON; 3/4; 5/8; 1/2; 3/8; 1/4; & 3/16-in. set of side beads by CURRIE GLASGOW; hawk plane by MacKAY, BURLEY & HEYS GLASGOW; 22-in. wooden jointer with SORBY iron; fine unmarked turning saw with 12-inch blade; 6.5-inch wooden compass plane with steel sole; 6.5-inch smoother with steel sole; 8-inch smoother; SORBY shipwright's adz; Sorby 14-in. Kangaroo Works brass back saw with split nuts and user made wooden miter box; Soby 10-inch brass back saw with split nuts; A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW & EDINBURGH 10-inch rosewood and brass spirit level; MOULSON BROS. rosewood and brass slitting gauge; unmarked rosewood and brass bevel; WITHERBY 12-inch drawknife; ALEX MATHIESON rosewood and brass marking and mortise gauge; SHEFFIELD spokeshave with adjustable blade; only a handful of American tools including an early Stanley #26 jack plane, Liberty Bell #135 smooth plane; Sandusky 1 1/2-in. No. 149 jack rabbet plane, and a RARE Zirikelback Patent (U.S. No. 438,338) ratchet brace, all in very good or better condition. Other than one 8-inch smooth plane and one MATHIESON & SONS wooden rabbet plane, all the tools in this chest are complete and fine and show little wear. Chest comes with original key for the working lock, and the original owner's stamp Ge.(George) KERR. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)