May 5, 2012, 9:35 AM

We are selling an additional 350+ lots on Friday @ 4 PM

Humboldt Fairgrounds Building (Events Center)

311 6th Ave. North

Humboldt, Iowa 50548

(preview Friday from 2:30 to 4 PM, and Sat. 7:30 to 9:35 AM)

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This auction will feature Stanley and other patented tools from the Arlet and Sandra Cassaidy collection of Waterloo, Iowa; modern Lie-Nielsen, Veritas, Lee Valley, Ulmia and other new old stock tools including carving tools and an ANKE traditional woodworking work bench MADE IN GERMANY in new condition from the collection of the late Brian Galassini, from Winnetka, IL; and other quality tools from collections in Carver, Minnesota and Goodfield, Illinois.

The following list is for the Saturday session of the auction. To see the Friday list click (HERE)

001. Scarce Stanley DEFIANCE No. 5C jack plane, this is the first corrugated DEFIANCE plane that we have seen. (Photo)

002. DEFIANCE by STANLEY #1204 smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

003. Stanley BEDROCK #606C flat sided fore plane, 70%+ japanning, good tote and tall knob, STANLEY lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

004. Stanley #40 scrub plane, later model with extra cutter support, tote broken and glued, SW logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

005. Stanley #112 scraper plane, improper blade, good tote and knob, will make a fine user. (Photo)

006. Stanley BEDROCK #604C flat sided smooth plane good low knob, tote spur broken off at top, BEDROCK lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

007. Keen Kutter KK5 1/2C heavy jack plane, good knob, tote broken at base and missing part of spur, original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

008. Ohio Tool Co. No. 06C fore plane, good tote and knob, like new blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. KEEN KUTTER K7C (early style BEDROCK-type frame) 22-inch iron jointer, fine tote and tall knob, very good original blade, bed has some touchup paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

010. KEEN KUTTER K8C (early style BEDROCK-type frame) 24-inch iron jointer, very good tote and low knob, japanning 75%+, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

011. GAGE TOOL CO. #4 1/2 transitional wide body smooth plane (same size as Stanley 4 1/2) good original blade body has a few stains, tote and knob look like they were repainted, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

012. Stanley #10 1/2 carriage maker's rabbet plane, with Q-logo blade, fine tote and knob, former owners initials CAL stamped into both sides, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

013. Stanley GAGE No. G26 Self-Setting 14-inch transitional plane, fine tote and knob, nice original blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

014. Stanley #5 1/4 junior jack plane with very good tote and tall knob, very good SW logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Scarce Stanley #37 JENNY wide-body transitional jack plane, good Q-logo blade, good tote and knob, several owners names stamped into wooden body, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Stanley #65 chamfer spoke shave with R&L logo blade, 85% japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. STANLEY ATHA HI-CARBON No. 11 crow bar, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. Like new Stanley #60 double spoke shave with flat and concave bottoms. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. Unusual DEFIANCE #013 10-ounce claw hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

020. Scarce Stanley #72 razor spoke shave, 75%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. Stanley #291B 2-ounce ball peen hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

022. Unusual Ohio Tool #0220 Mark's Patent block plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

023. Chaplin's Patent 6-inch iron block plane with adjustable throat, complete and very good. (Photo)

024. Fine Stanley #18 7-inch iron block plane with nickel-plated cap, fine V-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

025. Sargent #5206 unbreakable 6-inch block plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

026. Stanley #203 5-inch iron block plane, good V-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

027. Stanley #? 7-inch iron block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, fine V-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

028. Unusual KELLY HOWE & THOMPSON DULUTH 7-inch iron block plane made by Ohio Tool Co. and having an unusual lever for opening and closing the throat, complete and very good. (Photo)

029. Stanley DEFIANCE? 10-inch ratchet brace with SW logo chuck shell, hardwood handles, very good overall. (Photo)

030. Stanley FRAY X3-6 IN ratchet brace, OD U.S.A. fine overall. (Photo)

031. Pair of Stanley ratchet braces: VICTOR No. 945 8-inch ratchet brace, SW logo on chuck shell, complete and fine; and a similar vintage Stanley 8-inch ratchet brace, also fine. (Photo)

032. Lot of 11 tool publications: Reprinted Stanley Tools No. 129 catalog, cover coming off, but inside OK; plus THE HANDYMANS BOOK by Paul N. Hasluck reprinted by MWTCA in 1987; plus several Stanley pamphlets. (Photo)

033. Pair Stanley #2 early style trammel points with pencil holder, very good overall. (Photo)

034. Stanley #745 2 1/2-inch bench mounting vise, fine overall. (Photo)

035. Stanley #71 Type 3 router plane, fine knobs, 1/2-inch blade included, very good overall. (Photo)

036. Stanley #95 1/2 early style butt gage, complete and fine. (Photo)

037. Stanley #96 chisel gauge, patent date in side, fine overall. (Photo)

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

039. Scarce Stanley #2C corrugated smooth plane with like new Q-logo blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Stanley #205 5-inch iron block plane, early model, a few small chips from base, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

041.Union No. X5C corrugated iron jack plane with Lakeside (Montgomery Wards) iron, 90%+ japanning, fine tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo)

042. Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane, has the lever cap from a #40, sides and bed repainted, will make a fine user. (Photo)

043. Scarce Sargent #3407 7-inch transitional smooth plane, complete with original blade, a few stains in wooden body, very good overall. (Photo)

044. Stanley #104 Liberty Bell steel smooth plane, knob cracked, tote broken and glued, good overall. (Photo)

045. Scarce Stanley BAILEY #21 7-inch transitional smooth plane, fine T-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

046. Vaughan & Bushnell #703 iron smooth plane known as a "poor man's Bedrock" with fine original blade, very good knob, tote cracked in middle on one side, very good overall, plus a Stanley household jack plane (same as #5 1/4) very good overall. (Photo)

047. MARSH M3 8-inch iron smooth plane by the H.C. Marsh Co. Rockford, ILL, complete and fine. (Photo)

048. Pair of jack planes: Stanley Gage G5C corrugated, tote broken at base and glued, good original blade, nice knob, very good overall; and a Stanley S5 unbreakable steel plane with fine SW blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)

049. Unusual Stanley #191 & 192 iron rabbet planes, both have SW logo blades, and each has the model number cast into both sides of the handle, the 191 needs a depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

050. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane with 95%+ japanning, fine BB blade, fine overall. (Photo)

051. Unusual 18-inch iron fore plane with Sandusky iron, fine overall. (Photo)

052. Stanley #18 1/4 block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, with 95%+ japanning, like new BB logo blade, near new condition. (Photo)

053. RARE Sargent #711C Auto-Set junior jack plane (same size as Stanley #5 1/4) very good overall. (Photo)

054. Siegley SBS block plane (same as Stanley #60) with nickel plated lever cap, very good original blade, very good overall. (Photo)

055. Scarce Sargent #59 scraper plane with E.C. Simmons blade, very good overall. (Photo)

056. Fine Stanley #A18 aluminum block plane with SW logo on lever cap and on fine blade, fine overall. (Photo)

057. Stanley BEDROCK #603 iron smooth plane with good rosewood tall knob, tote broken at base, very good overall. (Photo)

058. Stanley #18 with knuckle jointed lever cap, R&L logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

059. Scarce UNION #2C iron bench plane with corrugated bottom, fine overall. (Photo)

060. Stanley #103 Type I iron block plane with wooden knob, the knob has been modified at the base, good overall. (Photo)

061. Stanley #50 light duty plow plane IOB with full set of blades and all other parts, a near new plane in a good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. Stanley VICTOR #1104 smooth plane IOB with 98%+ original gray and red paint, a near new plane in a good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. Stanley #193A Fibre Board plane IOB, will all the original parts, a fine plane in a well worn and taped box. (Photo & Photo 2)

064. Stanley #194 fiber board beveling plane, a like new plane in a decent box. (Photo & Photo 2)

065. Lot of seven Stanley wooden handled turn screws or screwdrivers, the largest one has a split handle and the smallest has a loose blade.

066. Lot of 8 screwdrivers including four nice Phillips drivers.

067. Three Stanley bevel edge socket chisels 3/4, 1/2 & 1/4, all are in very good usable condition.

068. Three Stanley Everlast chisels 1 1/2-inch; 1/2-inch; and 1/4-inch. The biggest has a few chips at the cutting edge and needs to be reground.

069. Five Stanley socket firmer chisels, two needing new handles, all can be put back into service.

070. Two Stanley clapboard siding gauges in very good overall condition; plus two Stanley No. 42 saw sets both in fine overall condition.

071. Four measuring tools: well worn 24-inch Stanley #17 brass folding rule; Stanley #136 1/2 with some staining; and a like new Stanley #339TC zig zag rule.

072. Three different hack saws including two with cast iron frames.

073. Wooden calking mallet and Stanley #624 hand drill complete and in fine overall condition.

074. Three different Millers Falls and Goodell-Pratt hack saws.

075. Union Tool Co. 6-inch iron block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, unusual throat adjusting cam, original blade, fine overall. (Photo)

076. Stanley BEDROCK #605 1/2C flat sided with V-logo blade, BEDROCK cap, fine rosewood tall knob and tote, fine overall. (Photo)

077. Union Tool Co. 7-inch iron block plane with early Stanley-style cam locking lever cap, unusual throat adjusting cam, original blade, fine overall. (Photo)

078. Stanley #90? steel cased rabbet plane, throat has not been molested, patent date stamped into wood on top, fine overall. (Photo)

079. Stanley SW #S18 unbreakable block plane with very good knuckle jointed lever cap, fine overall. (Photo)

080. RARE Union Tool Co. #111 chamfer shave, first of this model we have ever seen or sold, and this one is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. Union long handled scraper, 9/29/03 patent date, similar to Stanley #283 very good overall. (Photo)

082. Stanley BEDROCK #605 1/2C early round sided model with STANLEY blade, fine rosewood low knob and tote, fine overall. (Photo)

083. Stanley #9 1/4 iron block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, very good. (Photo)

084. Stanley #56 iron chamfer spoke shave, fine R&L logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

085. Stanley #200 plane blade and chisel sharpening fixture, the locking screw for the adjustable wheel is MIA, otherwise very good. (Photo)

086. Pair of Lufkin Tool catalogs No. 7, both in very good overall condition. (Photo)

087. Two original catalogs: Millers Falls Catalog #49 and Goodell-Pratt Catalog #15, both in very good ovearall condition. (Photo)

088. How to Work with Tools and Wood hardbound book by Stanley Tools, complete and very good. (Photo)

089. The Stanley Plane hardbound book by Alvin Sellens, no dust jacket, light wear, very good overall. (Photo)

090. Pair or Roger K. Smith PTAMPIA book on patented U.S.A. planes, both have been used, the cover of Vol. I shows wear at corners and edges, the book itself is fine; the Vol. 2 has minor scuffs to the dust jacket but is otherwise fine. (Photo)

091. The Stanley Tool Guide published in 1935, damaged corners and soiled cover, otherwise OK. (Photo)

092. CUTLER HARDWARE CO. Waterloo, Iowa hardbound 1929 tool and hardware catalog, cover logo worn off but inside is fine. (Photo)

093. Original Stanley Catalog #53, complete and very good. (Photo)

094. Two Stanley publications: circa 1937 pocket tool catalog, complete and very good; plus an advertising circular announcing the new BED ROCK plane, these would have been found in the boxes that Bedrock planes came in, very good. (Photo)

095. E.C. Stearns & Co. Hardware Catalog with 1925 Syraco Oil, Molasses and Dairy Gates price lists stapled to inside cover, very good. (Photo)

096. An original Stanley #55 combination plane instruction booklet with well worn and soiled cover; plus a #45 combination plane users guide reprinted from a 1955 original. (Photo)

097. Two tool books: reprinted tool catalog #7 August 1873 of J.B. SHANNON Philadelphia, Penn'a; and an original Millers Falls Catalog #40. (Photo)

098. Three original tool catalogs: P.S.&W. 1911 Fourth Edition, comlete and fine; E.C. ATKINS & CO. 1919 catalog of saws adn saw tools, complete and fine; plus a YANKEE TOOL BOOK by NORTH BROS. MFG. CO. has a hard crease in middle, otherwise, very good. (Photo)

099. Lot of tool publications: four Delta or DELTACRAFT booklets; Stanley Pistol Grip Saw Sets; DISSTON SAWS & TOOLS FOR THE FARM booklet; two Steel Carpenters Squares books; File Filosophy by Nicholson File Company. (Photo)

100. Stanley #4 smooth plane IOB, box has tag on front saying No. X4 GIFT DISPLAY INSIDE, a near new plane in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Stanley HANDYMAN H432 saw set new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. Stanley #42 Pistol Grip saw set IOB, a near new set in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Stanley #71 router plane IOB with all three blades, fence, black painted handles, a new new plane in a decent box. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. Stanley #248A Weatherstripping Plane with rods, blades and instruction booklet, a near new plane in a decent box. (Photo & Photo 2)

105. Stanley #822 22-inch hand saw with 7 ppi blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

106. Siegley #8C 24-inch iron jointer plane, very good overall condition. (Photo)

107. Stanley #780 20-inch hand saw SW logo, 9 ppi blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

108. Stanley #8 24-inch iron jointer plane, tote broken at base, good overall. (Photo)

109. Stanley #780 16-inch hand saw SW logo 8 ppi blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Stanley BEDROCK #7C corrugated Type I BEDROCK with milled off patent date in rear of bed, fine early-style tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)

111. Stanley #7C corrugated 22-inch iron jointer plane, with fine tote and knob, 98%+ japanning, fine overall. (Photo)

112. Stanley #378 Weather Strip Rabbet Plane, IOB. Box top has been crushed and repaired on ends, a near new plane in a good box. (Photo)

113. Stanley #42 Pistol Grip Saw Set IOB with advertising sheet, set has some light rust from storage, still has original decal on top in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

114. Stanley #9 1/4 iron block plane IOB, plane is like new and sporting the later blue finish, a like new plane in a very good box. (Photo)

115. Stanley BEDROCK 608 RT with very good SW logo blade, nice rosewood tote and low knob, very good usable condition. (Photo)

116. Stanley DEFIANCE jack plane with gray bed, red frog and red stained tote and knob, hard rubber adjuster nut like those used on WWII bench planes, fine overall. (Photo)

117. Stanley #4 1/2 jumbo smooth plane, fine V logo iron, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, fine overall. (Photo)

118. Stanley #3 prelateral smooth plane, good R&L logo blade, vertical cracks at base of beaded knob; tote broken at bottom and glued; recessed adjuster nut, rectangular spring on back of cap, very good overall. (Photo)

119. Stanley VICTOR #1104 smooth plane, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

120. Stanley HANDYMAN No. H104 smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

121. Stanley OH20 Two-Tone iron block plane with 95%+ original gray paint in bed and red paint on cap, fine overall. (Photo)

122. VERITAS scraper handle with a FROG Swedish Steel Cabinet Scraper blade Made in Germany, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Lufkin combination set with 18-inch scale, missing the scribe from the square head, otherwise complete and fine. (Photo)

124. Set of seven Cummins long brad-point bits in original wooden box, fine. (Photo)

125. Starrett #299 rule clamp for joining two steel scales or rules; plus a Starrett #187 drill gage, fine. (Photo)

126. Patented 1897 fence or wire stretcher complete with pulley, very good overall. (Photo)

127. Large WISS & SONS tailors? shears or scissors, very good. (Photo)

128. Aluminum angle divider in like new condition. (Photo)

129. Set of 8 ECE chisels from 1-inch down to 1/16-inch, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

130. Pair of GARRETT WADE try squares with rosewood or coco handles, both like new and marked MADE IN SHEFFIELD FOR GARRETT WADE. (Photo & Photo 2)

131. E-C-E-GRATHOBEL, verstellbar sliding dovetail plane with fence, like new in original box with original instructions. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

132. Set of Forstner Bits (21 pieces in all) in a fitted wooden box, PAT. NO. 97 235402.6, like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

133. Pair of VERITAS file guides, one has 45 and 90 degrees and the other is a 90 degree only, both are currently mounted to files, like new. (Photo)

134. Pair of PARAGON saws: one 11 3/4-inch for TENONS has been used once or twice, and the 8-inch DOVETAIL saw has never been used, both come in original canvas saw bag, a fine pair. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. Like new ARNO FORGED HIGH CARBON STEEL drawknife with 5 3/4-inch blade, like new overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

136. Chip carving knife with leather sheath from FINLAND, fine; plus an OPINEL folding knife from France, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

137. Five Japanese tools; square, large and small awls; and two striking knives, all very good to fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. FINE GARRETT WADE striking knife MADE IN FRANCE with ebony handles and brass rivets, in original THIERS ISSARD box. (Photo)

139. Lot of five scraper blades; four are unmarked and one is by SANDVIK, all are fine and come with a holder made from a block of wood. (Photo & Photo 2)

140. ULMIA wheel burnisher for scraper planes, new in original box. (Photo)

141. VERITAS edging tool 1/16 and 1/8 like new. (Photo)

142. VERITAS Variable Burnisher MkII for scraper planes, new in original packaging, never opened. (Photo & Photo 2)

143. Stanley #45 combination plow plane with all three main sections; short and long rods; fine rosewood handle and knob, three depth stops, and cutter box with three beads, nine plows, one match and one sash blades. Needs a cam, slitter, screw to secure rear depth stop and few blades to complete, a fine usable plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

144. Stanley #37 Jenny prelateral transitional jack plane with solid adjuster nut, fine tote and beaded knob, japanning on frame has been enhanced, nice eagle logo stamped into toe, very good overall. (Photo)

145. Stanley GAGE G36 transitional jumbo smooth plane, nice original blade, nice tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)

146. Sargent Shaw's Patent 18C iron fore plane, the top of the tote spur is MIA, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

147. Stanley BEDROCK #607 iron jointer plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

148. Keen Kutter KK8 24-inch iron jointer plane, tote spur chipped, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

149. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, fine tote and knob, little used BB logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

150. Stanley #41 Miller's Patent combination plow plane with intact fillester bed, wrap around fence, regular iron fence, early model with elongated top handle spur, and no provision for rear depth stop or slitter, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. L. DeForest Birmingham Ct. A mark ** (rare) wooden panel raising plane, with side and bottom fences, intact knicker, 3-inch skewed Humphreyville Mfg. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. A.C. BARTLETT'S OHIO PLANES toothing plane with nice BUCK BROS iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. Sandusky #119 handled plow plane with full set of 8 Sandusky irons, a few minor thread chips, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

154. D. MALLOCH PERTH wooden 9-inch smooth plane with adjustable steel sole plate, marked SORBY iron and chip breaker, good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

155. Marples ebony & brass "Ultimatum" marking and mortise gauge, the Hibernia logo and Sheffield location are visible, good points, very good overall. (Photo)

156. P.A. GLADWIN & CO. rosewood or mahogany 8-inch wooden smooth plane, very good MOULSON & BROS. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

157. Scarce 14-oz. cast iron mason's type plumb bob with traces of mortar on it, very good overall. (Photo)

158. Unusual low angle 10-inch rosewood smooth plane, complete with D.R. BARTON 1 3/4-inch blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

159. RULETA CO. INC. 8-oz. brass hex-shaped plumb bob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Long 26-inch turnscrew or screwdriver, very good overall. (Photo)

161. Two smaller flat bladed screwdrivers the shortest marked STANDARD in a ribbon; the other H. HITCHCOCK, both very good. (Photo)

162. Stanley #28 & #29 cornering tools, the #28 has the BB logo and is fine; the #29 has the SW logo and it is very good. (Photo)

163. Goodell-Pratt butt gauge, and a beech tool handle with 8 bits, worn threads on cap, good overall. (Photo)

164. Pair of tool handles; rosewood DUNHAM'S with six bits and decent threads on cap; and a beech BUELL BROS. with 8 bits total, good threads on cap, one long horizontal crack, good overall. (Photo)

165. Stanley #18 sliding bevel with 10-inch blade, fine overall; plus a rosewood tool handle marked ROLLIS PAT on the chuck, seven bits including chisel, gouge, saw, reamer; chuck is loose, good overall. (Photo)

166. New York Tool Co. 30-inch wooden jointer plane with patch of pitting on back of blade, very good overall. (Photo)

167. Stanley #33 transitional 28-inch jointer plane, Q-logo blade, early style tote has had the spur repaired, a few age cracks, very good overall. (Photo)

168. Pair of planes: New York Tool Co. 22-inch #20 jointer with AUBURN TOOL CO. Thistle Brand iron, very good overall; plus a CASEY KITCHEL & CO. badger plane with cracked ear, broken nicker wedge, numerous nicks and dings, can be put back into service. (Photo)

169. Beautiful A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW No. 9B handled screw-arm plough plane skate nose with brass stiffener plate, rosewood wear strip on fence, screw operated depth stop and full set of 8 Mathieson irons in a green felt roll, a fine plane with very good irons. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

170. Stearns adjustable hollow auger with intact depth stop, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

171. Unusual 7-inch smooth plane, front end has been shortened about an inch; with applied steel sole plate, L&IJ WHITE iron, very good overall. (Photo)

172. Fine medium-size dowel pointer with graduated stem. (Photo & Photo 2)

173. W. & L.E. GURLEY TROY N.Y. Engineer's steel chain, fifty feet long, composed of fifty links with brass tally markes at the end of every ten feet. Brass handles with spring balance for accurate measurements, J.M. Grumman patent, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

174. Fine E.C. STEARNS & CO. adjustable hollow auger. (Photo & Photo 2)

175. Stanley #45 TYPE I combination plow plane with two depth stops, intact nickers, proper unslotted screws securing the fence and sliding section, one blade included, very good overall. (Photo)

176. Unknown make steel jointer gauge or fence for wooden and transitional planes, very good overall condition. (Photo)

177. Pair of 8-inch transitional smooth planes: Union #X24 Trask Patent well worn body, good B PLANE blade, good overall; plus a Sargent #3408 with cracked knob, early iron with circular logo, very good overall. (Photo)

178. Stanley BEDROCK #605 FT iron jack plane, with one patent date in bed, STANLEY lever cap, V-logo blade, very good tote and tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

179. Stanley #4 Type 13 with SW logo blade, nice rosewood tote, tall knob cracked at base, very good overall; and a Stanley #78 rabbet and fillester plane with thumb-operated blade adjuster, complete with fence and depth stop, fine overall. (Photo)

180. Pair "T.J. M'MASTER & Co. AUBURN, N.Y." (1825-39) plank planes for tongue and groove work on 1 1/4-inch stock, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

181. "A. INGLIS, DELHI, NY" moving filletster plane B mark ** rare (1850-76), boxwood boxed, brass depth stop, Dwights French iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

182. BEWLEY LEEDS (England 1785-1822) 3/4-round plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

183. Pair of wooden levels: 30-inch CS CO. (Chapin-Stephens) plumb & level, both vials intact, very good overall; and a 28-inch plumb & level marked "THE DANDY LEVEL STRATTON LEVEL CO. GREENFIELD MASS" both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

184. ZENITH (Disston) 28-inch plumb & level, both vials intact, hang hole in end of stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

185. Stratton Bros. 28-inch brass bound plumb & level with mahogany stock, three patent dates in top brass plate, decorative brass side views, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

186. Stratton Bros. 26-inch brass bound plumb & level with mahogany stock, one patent date in top plate, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

187. Lot of seven wooden shrinkage rules: Stanley #30 1/2G, 1/2-inch per foot; Stanley #30 1/2C, 1/10-inch per foot; Stanley #30 1/2, 1/4-inch per foot; Stanley #30, 1/8-inch per foot; Unmarked 3/16-inch per foot; Unmarked 5/16-inch per foot; Unmarked 1/10-inch per foot; all in good to fine overall condition. (Photo)

188. Pair of brass trammel points on wooden beam, marked 60 SUCKS PER MIN. Looks like they were designed for nautical plotting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

189. Scarce Stanley #13 1/2 caliper rule, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

190. Stanley #32 1/2 4-fold caliper rule, one indexing pin MIA, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

191. Pair of Stanley caliper rules: unmarked #32 4-fold, in very good overall condition; and a #36 2-fold with faint Stanley mark but very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

192. Pair of Stanley 4-fold boxwood rules: #61 that is missing both indexing pins on the face and has numerous nicks and dings; plus a #77 (not marked Stanley) with double arched joints, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Pair of Stanley 2-fold caliper rules: #36R complete and fine; and #36 1/2 SW logo, some minor staining, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Lufkin Rule Co. 300-foot steel surveyors tape, some repairs have been made to the tape which is common for these, good overall. (Photo)

195. Scarce Robt. Sorby 1/8-inch lock mortise chisel, some light pitting, has been polished, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Wooden trammel set on 34-inch beam, very good. (Photo)

197. Robt. Sorby 1/2-inch lock mortise chisel, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Unusual 9 1/2-inch gunstocker's-type wood plane, 18th century-style wedge, owners name on both ends, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

199. Long 30-inch handle possibly for a large wheelwrights hub reamer, has a 2 x 1 1/4-inch opening, very good overall. (Photo)

200. Homemade oak sash plane, a bit clunky but would certainly work, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Nice ripping gauge with steel roller below handle, appears to have been manufactured but there are no makers marks, very good overall condition. (Photo)

202. Scarce Stanley 4-Square screwdriver with SW logo on the shaft, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. Scarce Stanley #215 ratcheting screwdriver with rosewood handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

204. Unusual Stanley #51 1/2 HURWOOD screwdriver with hex shank, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

205. Stanley HURWOOD #51 machinist screwdriver, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. Stanley #304 maple tool handle with complete set of bits, marked on shell with SW logo, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. Three Stanley 4-Square socket chisels 1-inch; 3/4-inch; and 3/8-inch. The 1-inch has some chips at the edge and will need to be reground, the others are OK. All three have the SW logo on the sockets. (Photo)

208. Pair of Stanley 4-Square screwdrivers, one with SW logo on the socket along with a little pitting; and the smaller one has the SW logo on the shaft, very good. (Photo)

209. Sargent VBM #3418 transitional fore plane, a chip or two from tote spur, very good overall. (Photo)

210. Stanley #35 transitional smooth plane, prelateral model with eagle logo on toe, BAILEY PAT. chip breaker, early style tote broken and glued, good overall. (Photo)

211. Ohio Tool Co. 15-inch jack rabbet plane with 1 3/4-inch blade, handle mounted on left side, both nickers intact, very good overall. (Photo)

212. Pair of "J. COLTON, 379 Market St., Phila" (1837-1860) plank planes for tongue and groove work, both in very good overall condition. (Photo)

213. ADLAKE C.T.A. (Chicago Transit Authority) railroad lantern with white globe, compete and very good. (Photo)

214. VERITAS #112-type scraper plane with three factory blades, two of the blades 05P2903 & 05P2902 and both are still in their original unopened packages, a near new plane in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. Nice ADAMS & WESTLAKE CO. railroad lantern with nice amber globe, complete and very good. (Photo)

216. ECE 6-inch wooden block plane with coco or rosewood bottom, complete and like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. PAULL'S LEADER LARGE No. 2 FOUNT barn-type lantern, complete and very good. (Photo)

218. LIE-NIELSEN #97 1/2 bronze chisel plane with maple handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

219. Set of six ULMIA SPANNSAGE mortising chisels; four regular mortising chisels and two cranked lock-mortise chisels, some very light rust on the canvas, otherwise a like new set. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. VERITAS low angle block plane (similar to Stanley #62) with adjustable throat, like new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

221. Set of seven carving tools including two skewed; a parting tool; three gouges; and a fish tail, all in fine condition in a wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

222. Pair of wooden mallets: a smaller Japanese with 42 mm faces, complete and very good; and an unmarked traditional square-faced mallet in little used condition. (Photo)

223. Pair of contemporary wooden rabbet planes: NOOITGEDAGT 11/16-inch, like new; and a ECE 1 1/4-inch with adjustable throat, blade has a cap iron, has an applied rosewood? sole, like new condition. (Photo)

224. Lot of nine bench chisels: five like-new MARPLES RIDGWAY; Stanley #720 1-inch complete and fine; PROTO 7/16 solid steel, very good; OVB 1/4-inch socket firmer that needs a handle; and an ADDIS? 5/8-inch tang, very good; plus a small file and two small stones to keep them sharp all inside a nice canvas roll. (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Fine tiger maple panel raising plane by contemporary plane maker PETE CALLEM of MILWAUKEE, like new condition. (Photo)

226. Set of 5 CROWN TOOL CO. SHEFFIELD cabinetmaker's screwdrivers in new condition. (Photo)

227. Set of seven LEE VALLEY bevel edge chisels MADE IN JAPAN FOR LEE VALLEY all in like new condition. Six have plastic edge protectors, one is missing, a fine set. (Photo)

228. Pair of fine English dovetail saws in nice canvas saw bag: one by Freud and one by Paragon, both are fine. (Photo)

229. VERITAS sanding block, complete and fine. (Photo)

230. Pair of fine ECS tools: #213S 105mm wooden mallet; and a horn scrub plane with an applied light colored sole, shows no sign of previous use. (Photo)

231. Set of five Millers Falls palm carving chisels IOB, plus a set of six gimlets, all like new. (Photo)

232. Nice 10-inch flushing or flush cutoff saw with painted handle. (Photo)

233. Veritas #05N5601 saddle square, like new in original box; plus a box of Lee Valley pencils. (Photo)

234. Stanley #98 twin beam marking gauge IOB; plus a Stanley #260 rosewood torpedo level, very good overall. (Photo)

235. Lufkin Rule Co. machinist square with 6-inch No. 4 grad. blade and intact level in handle; plus a fine VERITAS square level. (Photo)

236. Lie-Nielsen doweling plate, like new in original packaging. (Photo)

237. Kakum Japanese chamfer plane, like new in original packaging. (Photo)

238. Lee Valley machinist-type square with 4-inch No. 4 grad. blade, like new; plus a L.S.S. Co. depth gauge, fine; and a Swiss or French Vernier caliper, very good. (Photo)

239. Two sets of router bits: Hickory Woodworking 6-piece 1/4-inch shank carbide router bits, like new in original case; and a set of 20 bits also in original wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

240. Lot of three zig zag-type rules: INTERLOX #106M CRAFTSMAN, very good overall; STARRETT #SX40F EXTENSION RULE with caliper, fine overall; and a Lufkin #1066D RED END ENGINEERS in like new condition. (Photo)

241. One set Jorgensen #31307 7-inch magnetic wood protecting woodworker's vise pads, fine overall. (Photo)

242. VERITAS Precision Honing Guide for plane blades and chisels, with a HOCK blade; plus a KUNZ scraper blade in original packaging. (Photo)

243. Lot of 8 bench plane blades: one a 2 3/8-inch A-Z tool steel that is in a package marked cryogenic; plus a Hock BP200 new in original packaging; an ECE blade, fine overall; and several Stanley blades. (Photo)

244. E.C.E. Primus-Reform-Putzhobel No. 711 48mm high quality wood plane "Adjustable Without A Hammer" adjustable throat, has both lateral and vertical adjustments for blade, in original box with like new. (Photo)

245. GRANFOSFORS BRUKS AB SWEDISH hand axe in like-new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Lot of 8 machinist tools: Starrett #473 thread gauges; set of Lufkin pin vises; Rockford Rigging Inc. rope or wire gauge; set Lufkin radius gages; four Lufkin adjustable parallel blocks; set of six Lufkin telescoping inside gages; four Lufkin hole gages; and a Fibre Metal Products Co. weld fillet gage. (Photo)

247. Lot of three drafting type tools: two T Squares the larger one by DIETZGEN; and a Patterson Patent adjustable T-Square Pat. No. 4,525,933, July 2, 1985 Hendersonville, North Carolina, like new. (Photo)

248. NII 12-piece carving set, one is missing its ferrule, otherwise all are in new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Stanley #45 combination plow plane in original pasteboard box. Plane comes with two cutter boxes with 22 blades (23 if you count the modified bead), long and short rods, cam, beading stop, three depth stops, screwdriver and owners pamphlet, the only items missing are the locking screw for the micro adjusting fence, and the envelope of spare spurs that came with it. A nearly complete and fine plane with a well worn original box, box top is missing the back panel. (Photo & Photo 2)

250. Early Stanley #26 prelateral jack plane with solid adjuster nut, early style tote had chunk missing from spur, good overall. (Photo)

251. RARE Ohio Too. Co. #306 razee style jack plane with 10/10/91 patent lateral lever and cutter adjusting screw, this one has the rust colored japanning on the lever cap, tote spur has been repaired, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

252. Scarce Stanley #4 1/2 prelateral jumbo smooth plane, good R&L logo blade, nice early style tote and beaded knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Stanley 16-oz. #51 1/2 claw hammer with nail holder, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Unusual Stanley 4-Square ratchet brace, frame marked STANLEY and having black painted chuck and wood, very good overall. (Photo)

255. Lot of three Stanley tools: #61 marking gauge like new; Stanley pocket level that attaches to a square, improper thumb screw, otherwise very good; and a bitstock dowel pointer, that is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Lot of chip-carving tools; several unmarked four Japanese, one by R. MURPHY AYER, MASS, all are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Fine cabinetmakers scratch awl with turned wooden handle. (Photo)

258. French cabinetmakers compass marked FRANCE, like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Fine Japanese protractor, has former owners name in ink on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. P. CALLEN MILWAUKEE spill plane, like new; and a early wooden mallet. (Photo)

261. Two Stanley #20 8-inch try squares with rosewood handles, both are very good. (Photo)

262. Lie-Nielsen L-N66 bronze beading tool, with both fences, seven blades plus one blank for making a custom profile, like new in original box. (Photo)

263. Lot including a wooden Universal Pointer IOB; 3-piece baller set; and 3-piece rounder set both in original boxes. All are like new. (Photo)

264. PEXTO folding handle drawknife, very good; plus a NOBLES PATENT with handles that rotate, very good overall. (Photo)

265. Pair of saws; Disston de-horning saw, fine; plus a German? jewlers saw, very good. (Photo)

266. PLEWS MPLS, MN oil can with pump, fine overall. (Photo)

267. Lot of 10 carving gouges including Addis, Butcher, and Buck plus one chip carving knife, all very good or better. (Photo)

268. Lot of sharpening and burnishing tools: small water stone; three files, two burnishers and one scraper plus a Nicholson file card, all very good. (Photo)

269. Lot of 11 BUCK, ADDIS and newer carving gouges and one bevel edge chisel; the chisel has some rust, the gouges are all very good to fine. (Photo)

270. Pair of Starrett trammel points on a long wooden beam, very good. (Photo)

271. Lufkin #7122 yard stick N.Y.C. & PENNA. SERIAL NO.E2 APPROVED TYPE, fine; plus a 18-inch Starrett scale with a protractor head, fine overall. (Photo)

272. Pair of new cabinetmaker saws: ULMIA SPANNSAGEN and a ECE No. 252. Schweifsage mit gescharftern Sageblatt turning saw, two very nice and brand new saws for the serious woodworker. (Photo & Photo 2)

273. Two Lee Valley magnetic tool holders; one 12-inch and one 24-inch in original boxes. (Photo)

274. Nicholson 8-inch flat file new in unopened package; seven triangular saw files; and a nearly full box of Nicholson half round smooth files. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Large reamer and a PROTO 3/4-inch solid steel chisel, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. J. DONALDSON Cint. O. reverse ogee marked 3/4 on heel, very good overall; plus a CHAPIN UNION FACTORY razee-style smooth plane, both ears cracked, good overall. (Photo)

277. Extra large woman or hag's tooth router plane, very good overall. (Photo)

278. H. CHAPIN UNION FACTORY Yankee-style plow plane with depth stop and 1/2-inch W. Greaves blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

279. Craftsman (Stanley) #132 12-inch 4-fold caliper rule, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

280. Two 2-foot, 4-fold boxwood rules: #42 3/4 (faint marking) Stephens & Co. brass bound, very good overall; and a #62 Chapin-Stephens Pat. Dec. 22, 1892, the brass binding above the patent date needs to be repinned. (Photo & Photo 2)

281. Scarce C-S (Chapin-Stephens) No. 7 NEARSITE 2-foot, 4-fold rule, same as Stanley "BLIND MAN'S", this one is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

282. Nice Thomas Ibbotson Sheffield-style brace with brass plating and an unusual brass pad, complete and very good with one small center bit included. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

283. Nicely executed panel gauge, nice brass screw and brass point cover, fine overall. (Photo)

284. Bell hanger's gimlet, 18 inches with nice wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo)

285. Nice pair of wedge-arm wooden plank planes, both are in very good overall condition. (Photo)

286. Pair of wooden planes: Greenslade Bristol jack plane, complete and fine; plus a Greenfield jack that had had a radiused bottom glued to it for using as a gutter plane. (Photo)

287. G. ROSEBLOOM CIN'T O. wide body razee-type smoother, needs throat patched, very good. (Photo)

288. A. HOWLAND & CO. No. 94 handled screw arm plow plane with screw operated depth stop, one iron included, fine overall. (Photo)

289. Stanley #45 combination plow plane, early nickel plated model with original box of blades, includes long rods and two depth stops, needs cam, slitter and beading stop, very good overall. (Photo)

290. Horn plane with slightly radiused bottom for white coopering, very good overall; plus a Gage Tool Co. #4 transitional smoother, is cracked on toe through to the throat, can be restored. (Photo)

291. T.J. Gardner, Maker, Bristol wedge arm plow plane, also marked on toe T.J.G. 1918, very good overall. (Photo)

292. Stanley #112 scraper plane, missing locking screw for cutter pitch adjuster and tip of tote missing, can be restored to usable condition; plus a Siegley Patent plow plane with two irons, very good overall. (Photo)

293. Stanley #55 combination plow plane in original chestnut box with sliding lid, includes all four boxes of blades, cutter boxes have near perfect lids and labels, includes cam, beading stop, depth stops, auxiliary tower, about as good as you will ever see. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

294. 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)

295. Ship's telegraph for ship to shore communication, needs two new wood screws to secure one part, very good overall. (Photo)

296. Pair of oar locks plus a metal tip from a oar or paddle, good overall. (Photo)

297. Stanley LONDON 3 draw brass telescope in wooden box. (Photo)

298. Fine mahogany panel gauge with boxwood wedge, head stamped F. SMITH in cursive letters, fine overall. (Photo)

299. Nice 8-inch stuffed brass shoulder plane with 1 1/4-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

300. Scarce Stanley DEFIANCE #4 smooth plane with the factory SW blade that has had the top of the SW logo cut off and the DEFIANCE logo stamped sideways, complete and very good.(Photo)

301. Scarce DEFIANCE #1213 1/2 with screw adjuster, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

302. Scarce Stanley DEFIANCE #4C corrugated smooth plane with the factory SW blade that has had the top of the SW logo cut off and the DEFIANCE logo stamped sideways, complete and very good. (Photo)

303. Ship's bevel with rosewood body and brass blades, makers mark is faint but MAKERS WARRENTED can be easily read, one brass end piece is missing, good overall. (Photo)

304. Fine Cuban mahogany French curve. (Photo)

305. Scarce Star Tool Co. sliding bevel with graduated blade, rosewood handle, good overall. (Photo)

306. Unmarked wooden badger plane with James Howarth blade, the escapement on the side has been opened a bit by a previous owner, but the plane shows little sign of previous use, very good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

307. Starrett #440 depth micrometer with ratcheting stop, complete and fine in original wooden box. (Photo)

308. Brown & Sharpe dial caliper (Swiss Made), measures 0 to 6-inches, like new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

309. Two Lee Valley tape measures: 12-foot right-to-left reading "Blindman's Tape" with extra large numbers; like new; and a "25-ft POWER TAPE", like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

310. Sets of steel number and letter in wooden boxes, both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

311. Marples #M2154 marking and mortise gauge, complete and like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Starrett #85F dividers complete in fine original condition in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Kakuri Japanese steel square, fine; German 6-inch outside spring caliper, fine; and five new Japanese scissors or nippers in plastic pouches. (Photo & Photo 2)

314. Pair RECORD bar clamps in blue paint, new condition. (Photo)

315. Four large C clamps including three like-new RECORD models that are in blue paint; and one older model by Hargrave. (Photo)

316. Two unmarked deep throat clamps in new condition. (Photo)

317. Four new BESSEY 26-in. bar clamps in new condition. (Photo)

318. Three Jorgensen 15-inch bar clamps; two are new and one is used. (Photo)

319. Four BESSEY 5-inch bar clamps, new condition. (Photo)

320. Four Jorgensen 9-inch bar clamps in new condition. (Photo)

321. Pair of BESSEY 10-inch bar clamps in new condition. (Photo)

322. Seven PONY spring clamps, new condition. (Photo)

323. Stanley #45 combination plow plane with nickel plated body having the floral design cast into the main body, plane comes with long and short rods, three depth stops, beading stop, fine rosewood handle and knob, original cutter box with 19 blades including the dated slitter and blade in plane, cutter box has 95%+ original label and two spare spurs stapled on side, all inside the original chestnut box with 90%+ original green label, a fine set overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Four BESSEY 18-inch bar clamps, new condition. (Photo)

325. Four 26-inch Jorgensen pipe clamps in near new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Four 38-inch Jorgensen bar clamps in new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Pair of 46-inch pipe clamps, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Four 42-inch Jorgensen pipe clamps in new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Pair of 2x4 clamps, one is missing the tail piece, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Lot of six files and rasps, all very good. (Photo)

331. Three large chisels: P. MERRILL & CO. 2-inch timber framers type; 2-inch JENNINGS GRIFFIN with bevel edge; and a 1-inch by A.W. CROSSMAN, all very good. (Photo)

332. Unusual 4-inch wooden bullnose plane with brass nose piece, I&H Sorby blade, the nose piece is decorated with a Cupid's bow, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Little 5-inch beech 1/4-inch rabbet plane fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

334. Mini 5 3/4-inch spar plane with integral tail handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Carriagemaker's 2 5/8-inch rabbet plane, rosewood body with 5/8-inch blade, ebony wedge, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Mini 3 1/2-inch wooden smoother, marked J.E.B., fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Set of drafting tools including two dividers and a compass with extension, inside a fitted wooden box, box needs two hooks to hold it closed. (Photo)

338. Fine pair of D. MALLOCH PERTH 5/8-inch sash planes, both are complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Pair of 5/8-inch sash templates, both complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. D.R. BARTON 22-inch razee-style jointer plane, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Millwright's wood tool box 31 x 12 x 12-inches high, dovetailed construction, with three removable tills. Top has two raised panels, but one corner of top has some minor damage. Brass hinges and lock (no key), leather handles on ends. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

342. PERKO 420-8 A23 brass ships bell with bracket for mounting on wall or bulkhead, fine overall. (Photo)

343. 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)

344. Lie-Nielsen 1/2-inch rabbet plane kit, complete with rosewood for wedge and stuffing and drill bit and brass rod, and most importantly the instructions, all in original box, ready for you to roll your own mini shoulder rabbet plane. (Photo)

345. Chantillons hanging spring scale 144-lb. capacity, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

346. Small Enterprise-type bung auger with fine original handle, fine overall. (Photo)

347. Unmarked Yankee-style plow with screw-operated depth stop and 1/2-inch iron, complete and very good. (Photo)

348. Diamond Edge nickel plated pliers, complete and very good plus a pair of try squares including a fine Henry Disston & Sons with 8-inch blade. (Photo)

349. RARE Stanley SW snips made to cut the steel bands around wooden shipping crates, not shown in any catalogs, was featured in an old issue of the Fine Tool Journal, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Pair of iron jack planes: Stanley Gage G5 with very good wood, nice original blade, very good overall; plus an Ohio Tool Co. 05C that has a broken tote, scuffed but intact knob, nice globe-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

351. Stanley BEDROCK #605 with STANLEY BED ROCK lever cap, new BB logo blade, tote has long vertical crack, tote missing spur, will make a good user. (Photo)

352. Stanley HOUSEHOLD jack plane (same size as #5 1/4) complete and very good overall. (Photo)

353. Unusual OHIO TOOL CO. #0182 iron rabbet plane, a ripoff of the Stanley plane down to the vine casting on the handle and the design of the iron cap screw, japanning 90 percent, fine globe logo iron, fine overall. (Photo)

354. Stanley #49 tongue and groove plane, 90 percent nickel plating, both blades intact, fine rosewood knob, fine overall. (Photo)

355. Pair of Stanley #3 iron smooth planes, one has the aluminum rear handle, and the other is a WWII model having the hard rubber adjuster nut, both are complete and fine. (Photo)

356. Original Stanley box for #85 bits for #8 Tool Holder Fits Reed & Prince recessed Head Screws, box contains two original #85 bits, one #84; one two #8035 bits and one and one unknown spanner bit, box is very good with just two small tears at the corners near the label. (Photo)

357. Stanley #4 Trammel Points IOB, points are fine, box is good. (Photo & Photo 2)

358. Early Stanley #44 Bit & Square Level IOB, level is like new, box has some wear but is mostly intact and very good. (Photo)

359. Scarce Stanley #198 holder for honing fibre board cutters, holder is like new, box is rough with clear tape on both top and bottom. (Photo & Photo 2)

360. Stanley #34V 8-inch machinists level with shaft grove, like new in original box, box is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

361. Stanley #185 Burnishing Tool like new in a fine box. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. Stanley box for 1/2-doz. 1 3/4-inch BAILEY'S DOUBLE IRONS FOR IRON PLANES #3, 3C, 5 1/4; 5 1/4C; 603; 603C; 20. Box contains one double iron that appears to have been used. Box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. Pair of Stanley #40 1/4-inch composition pocket chisels in original box, chisels are like new, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. Set of Stanley level sights for wooden levels in original box, sights are very good, box is poor to good with soiling, missing label, and peeling paper. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Stanley #59 doweling jig IOB, complete set like new in fine box. (Photo & Photo 2)

366. Stanley #95 Butt Gauge IOB, gauge is like new, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Stanley 1/4-inch Cutter Head for #77 dowel machine IOB, box label has the 1/4-size marked over and 1/2 size written on it, but this cutter is indeed the 1/4-inch model, it is very good and so is the box. (Photo & Photo 2)

368. A. CUMMINGS BOSTON 9.5-inch spar plane with nice 1 5/8-inch Wm. Ash blade, very good overall. (Photo)

369. Lot of five wooden molding planes: TYZACK, RAILWAY ARCH, 345 OLD STREET, No. 6 round, VG; W. Williams, New York City * (1843-47) #14 hollow, VG; Greenfield Tool Co. #64 5/8-inch boxed side bead, VG; THOS APPLETON #6 round, VG; and a D.R. BARTON 3/8-inch side bead with fixed fence, looks original to the plane, very good. (Photo)

370. SPEAR & JACKSON 14-inch back saw with steel back, split nuts securing the very good handle, nice medallion, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

371. Lot of six wooden molding planes: D.R. BARTON No. 88 7/8-inch dado with depth stop and nicker, VG; L&IJ WHITE 1 1/2-inch skew bladed rabbet, good; MATHIESON GLASGOW 1/2-inch dado with screw operated depth stop, fine; AUBURN TOOL CO. 1-inch skewed rabbet, VG; OHIO TOOL #8 hollow, VG; and BEWLEY LEEDS groover, pitted skate, good overall. (Photo)

372. Henry Disston 14-inch steel back saw, fine overall condition; plus another Disston steel back saw with 12-inch blade that appears to have been cut down from a longer miter box saw, good overall. (Photo)

373. Three NELSON EDGEWARE ROAD boxed side beads; 7/8, 1/2 and 1/8, the smaller two are slip boxed, all three are fine and ready to go. (Photo)

374. Medium sized Enterprise-type bung auger, for reaming out the holes in the side of a wooden barrel, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

375. Pair of fixed sash planes: the single-iron model is craftsman made of oak and is very good overall; the twin-iron model is unmarked but looks professionally made, very good. (Photo)

376. Interesting 8-inch wooden smooth plane with an applied steel sole plate, iron has a logo that that looks like a human figure in an Egyptian headdress, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. DISSTON & SON 28-inch, No. 7 rip saw with 5 ppi blade, fine handle secured with split nuts, nice etch, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

378. DR BARTON & CO. reverse Roman ogee #64 1/2 for 7/8-inch stock, fine overall. (Photo)

379. Keen Kutter 26-inch 8 ppi crosscut saw, some bruising to handle spurs, otherwise very good. (Photo)

380. Pair of wooden plane: J. PEARCE NEW YORK 16-inch jack plane with Chapin-Stephens Co. iron, fine overall; plus a horn plane with Isaac Greaves iron, good overall. (Photo)

381. Atkins #69 REX 22-inch 11 ppi panel saw with unusual handle, bottom of handle has been glued and both handle spurs are bruised; plus a Keen Kutter No. 88 26-inch 5 ppi blade rip saw, very good overall. (Photo)

382. Atkins AAA 26-inch 10 ppi crosscut saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

383. Smaller sized wooden stair saw, looks like an oak frame, fine overall condition. (Photo)

384. Fancy ebony and brass pad saw, most likely English, very good overall. (Photo)

385. Stanley #95 Type I butt gauge in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Unusual scriveners' knife by John Wilson Sheffield, used to sharpen or trim the quills used to write with, well-marked handle with queens crown and S.O. (Stationery Office) above 45-12, along with maker's name. (Photo & Photo 2)

387. Early Disston & Son food chopper, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Alvin #950 proportional dividers from Germany in original box, fine. (Photo)

389. Fine Millers Falls rosewood or cocobolo tool handle, 7 original bits inside handle including gouge, two chisels, ice pick, reamer; etc. Both chisels will need the cutting edges reworked, fine overall. (Photo)

390. Unmarked 6-inch try & miter square with rosewood handle, very good overall; plus a leather creaser #20 by Scholhorn? & Son, very good. (Photo)

391. Fine pair mahogany winding sticks one with two bone wear strips and both marked with previous owners C. SMITH and W. COWEN names, a very good set. (Photo)

392. Henry Disston & Sons #1 try square with 6-inch blade and rosewood handle, a small chip for top of handle, but very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

393. Unusual panel gauge, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

394. Set of three spoon bits with nice wooden handles, plus a pipe reamer with also very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

395. Small wooden scraper, appears to have been used sparingly, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

396. Shipwright's 18-inch razee-style jack plane with mahogany or rosewood stock, unmarked double iron, numerous nicks and dings but very good overall. (Photo)

397. Stanley #6 iron fore plane with glued tote, fine tall knob, BB-logo blade, will clean to fine overall condition; plus a Stanley #5 1/2 with fine BB-logo blade, fine rosewood tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo)

398. Three Stanley smooth planes: #3, #4 and #4C. The #3 is a WWII model with hard rubber adjuster nut; 4C has a nice early-style replacement tote, otherwise all have nice original totes and knobs, BB-logo blades, and they are in fine overall condition. (Photo)

399. W.F. & John Barnes No. 7 treadle jig saw, has a replaced wooden treadle, needs a new belt, much of the original red pin striping is visible on the frame, no welds or broken castings, very very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

400. Stanley #21 prelateral 7-inch transitional smoother TYPE 3, BAILEY name missing from adjuster nut, rectangular spring under lever cap, BAILEY DEC. 24, 1867 blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Stanley #2 smooth plane that needs new wood, lever cap has C115 cast into back where the spring normally is, with new wood this one will be very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Stanley #21 prelateral 7-inch transitional smoother, Type 6, fine R&L logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

403. Stanley #9 3/4 iron block plane that is missing the rear tail handle but still has the star nut used to secure the rear handle, also missing is the cam that locks the lever cap. (Photo & Photo 2)

404. Stanley #110 Type 3b with 6-point star cap, missing front knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Stanley #? 6-inch iron block plane with screw adjuster, SW logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

406. Stanley #18 6-inch iron block plane with knuckle jointed lever cap, BB logo blade, model number in left side of plane, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. Unusual B PLANE (Birmingham) 6-inch iron block plane with adjustable throat and screw adjusting blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Stanley #120 iron block plane with 6-point star cap, spent blade, missing front knob, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Pair of Stanley iron block planes: #203 missing front knob but otherwise very good; and #102 with 90 percent japanning fine BB blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

410. Marble's waterproof match safe PAT'D 1900, nice nickel plating, very good overall. (Photo)

411. Two screwdrivers; unknown 18-inch model with removable bit and fine wooden handle; and a 9-inch Stanley #25 with a handle that has been repainted and the paint has dripped onto the socket. (Photo)

412. Stanley #31 Hexagon 3-inch pocket level, fine overall. (Photo)

413. Pair of Stanley tape measures: #7506 in fine overall condition; and a DEFIANCE by Stanley #1261 also complete and fine. (Photo)

414. STAR TOOL CO. rosewood handled bevel with 10-inch blade, PAT NOV. 5, 1867, fine overall. (Photo)

415. Stanley #25 8-inch sliding bevel, like new condition; plus a STANLEY-ATHA #99 cold chisel, end mushroomed from too much pounding. (Photo)

416. Stanley #7366 4-Square tape measure, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

417. Stanley #3206 4-Square tape measure, complete and very good; plus a Stanley #6386 Direct Read tape measure with well worn tape. (Photo & Photo 2)

418. Stanley #7466 tape measure, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

419. Scarce Stanley #81 rosewood bodied razor shave, both ears on the cutters are broken off, so it will need a new blade or the ears repaired on this one, no hang holes in the body, very good overall. (Photo)

420. AIKEN PAT tool handle with a wrench and three bits inside, fine overall. (Photo)

421. Two Stanley aluminum plane handles for #5 and larger planes, both like new. (Photo)

422. Stanley #305 tool handle with cocobolo wood, nice nickel plating, SW trademark, full set of bits inside, very good overall. (Photo)

423. RARE Stanley fibre board fluting tool, new old stock, fine. (Photo)

424. WINCHESTER STORE scissors with some light pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

425. Stanley 3-inch #? try and miter square with rosewood handle, has had a hang hold plugged in the handle, very good overall. (Photo)

426. Lufkin #372 (36 1/2) 12-inch 2-fold boxwood caliper rule, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

427. Two fine Lufkin brass-bound, 4-fold rules: #782 (72 1/2) 2-foot, 4-fold; and a #781 (62) 2-foot, 4-fold. (Photo & Photo 2)

428. Two Stanley 2-foot, 4-fold rules: #62 brass bound, worn on outside, decent inside; and a #63 that is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

429. Lot of four Stanley rules: #68 that has had one leg repaired and is warped; another #68 that is complete and very good; #72 that is missing the indexing pins on the inside face but very good overall; and part of a #53 1/2 architects' rule by Standard Rule & Level Co. (Photo & Photo 2)

430. Lot of three boxwood rules: Stanley #66 3/4 brass bound 36-inch 4-fold rule, good overall; well worn #78 1/2; and a #68 12-inch 4-fold rule, badly worn on outside, decent inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. Eagle Square #SR-100 take-down rafter or framing square, some mild pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

432. W.CRESSON Philad'a try square with 12-inch blade, mahogany handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

433. Three Stanley levels: 12-inch #103; 14-inch #102 with number stamped into wood; and a 14-inch with V-logo and model number stamped into brass plate. (Photo & Photo 2)

434. Three wooden levels: 16-inch Sargent & Co. very good; 18-inch #104 1/2, with dry plumb vial, otherwise very good; and a 24-inch #0, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. Stanley #9 24-inch plumb & level; both vials intact, brass end plates, decorative brass side views, numerous nicks and dings to mahogany stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Stratton Bros. #10 fully bound 12-inch plumb & level with fine rosewood stock, both vials intact, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Stanley #2 26-inch plumb & level with mahogany stock, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Goodell-Pratt Co. 8-inch fully bound plumb & level in a fine mahogany stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

439. Unmarked 12-inch ebony & brass spirit level, most likely made in England or Scotland, one small chip in the bottom of the ebony stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

440. Unmarked apple or lignum smooth plane with rosewood wedge, blade by Charles Buck, this one does not appear to be professionally made, but it is very good overall. (Photo)

441. Unusual 12-inch spill plane, used to make curley pieces of wood that were used to transfer fire from one point to another. (Photo)

442. A.H. Reid patent "Lightning Brace" screwdriver, patented Dec. 12, 1882, complete with one flat screwdriver bit, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

443. Fine W. BUTCHER 12-inch drawknife, fine original handles, an early drawknife in exceptionally good condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. ROCKPORT EDGE TOOL hollowing drawknife with 6 1/2-inch blade, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

445. Fine BRADLEY coachmaker's router circa 1840s likely the DAVID BRADLEY Jr. who worked in E. DONEGAL and Mt. Joy PA, or the David Sr. who worked in Lancaster City, PA., very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

446. L.&I.J. White hollowing drawknife with 5-inch blade, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. Pair of ratchet braces: #104 Fray-type with spilt wrist handle held together with pewter rings, very good overall; and a Stanley #813 10-inch with wrist handle halves held with pewter rings, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

448. Two 6-inch saws: one unmarked coping; and a nickel plated jeweler's? saw, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. Unknown make all-iron brace with hex-shaped frame, intact spring chuck, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Marples Hibernia Works ULTIMATUM brace ebony filled brass plating, ivory ring in head intact, one center bit included, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

451. Unusual horse hay fork, used to lift hay into the loft of a barn using horse power, likely a patented tool. See U.S. Patents 45,439 and U.S. 811,266 for examples. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

452. Union No. X5A vertical post jumbo jack plane, LAKESIDE (Montgomery Ward) blade, tote cracked in middle, good knob, very good overall. (Photo)

453. Union No. X5 jack plane, good original blade, tote missing spur, good knob, very good overall. (Photo)

454. Pair of Union iron smoothers No. X4C & No. X4; the X4C has a Stanley SW blade, good tote and beaded knob, very good overall; the No. X4 has a very good tote and knob, proper blade, fine overall. (Photo)

455. Scarce Sargent #710C Auto Set junior jack plane (same size as Stanley 5 1/4) tote seriously scuffed and missing spur, beaded knob has vertical cracks, will make a great user. (Photo)

456. Siegley #4C iron smooth plane, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

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

458. Unknown make corn planter made of galvanized tin and wood, very good overall.

459. Blacksmith (September, 1987) #36 in the True Builders of America Series by Tom Clark, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

460. Nice round Native-American-style woven basket with intact lid, from the Wally & Irene Adams collection of Goodfield, Illinois. (Photo & Photo 2)

461. Interesting Heinig Patent (U.S. #836,255) quick release MARSH-SHOE for horses made on a patent issued Nov. 20, 1906 to Frank Heinig, of Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. Nice oval-shaped Native-American-style woven basket with intact lid, from the Wally & Irene Adams collection of Goodfield, Illinois. (Photo & Photo 2)

463. Lot including an unmarked Stanley #85 rosewood panel gauge; a ragged out ripping gage with stripped wooden screw in the head and loose handle; and a primitive bevel with floral decoration in one side of the crude handle. (Photo)

464. Lot of seven dividers and calipers including an unusual pair of Bernard Patent dividers (U.S. 801,965 & 806,627). (Photo & Photo 2)

465. Pair of iron leather slitters inc. Potter Patent by C.S. Osborne (U.S. 180,633) complete with original rub block. (Photo & Photo 2)

466. Eight assorted calipers and dividers including a mini pair of Fay Patent (U.S. 319,215) made by L.S. Starrett. (Photo)

467. Lot of M-WTCA tool catalog reprints including Ohio Tool Co. No. 23; Jackson & Tyler, Tools And Supplies 1880; Lufkin Measuring Tapes and Rules; Winnie Machine Works; Zenith Tools; and New Britain The Hardware Center; plus an original 1910 Horse Secrets book on horse care and treatment published by The Farm Journal; an original Craftsman Wood Service, Chicago 1933 Catalog G-F; and a Collection of Log Rules book from the U.S.D.A. Forrest Service. (Photo)

468. Lot of eight assorted calipers and dividers including an unusual hermaphrodite caliper, second from right. (Photo)

469. Two tool books: Tools And How To Use Them by Jackson & Day; and TOOLS PRICE GUIDE by Husfloen & Blanchard. (Photo)

470. Lot of seven assorted dividers and calipers, including an unusual pair with closed wing, third from left. (Photo)

471. Three M-WTCA tool catalog reprints: E.C. Simmons 1930 KEEN KUTTER; Millers Falls / Goodell-Pratt Catalog 42; Sears, Roebuck And Co. Tools Machinery Blacksmith Supplies. (Photo)

472. Two hardbound books: Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture 1898, some soiling to covers, intact inside; and THE PEOPLE'S HOME LIBRARY MEDICAL COOKING VETERINARY by 1916, by T.J. Ritter, MD, published by the R.C. BARNUM, Co. (Photo)

473. Lot of books: M-WTCA tool catalog reprints by W.F.& John Barnes; Sargent Tool Book 1911; Buff & Berger 1897; and Wood Working by Hasluck; plus a Museum of Early American Tools by Eric Sloane; and a 1900 Sears Roebuck and Co. catalog. (Photo)

474. LIVE STOCK and Complete STOCK DOCTOR A Cyclopedia by A.H. Baker M.V.D.S. 1400-page hardbound book, some separation of front cover from spine, and some bruising spine and corners of covers. (Photo)

475. TRANSACTIONS of the Illinois State Agricultural Society With Reports from County Agricultural Societies and Kindred Associations Vol. 5, 1861-'64, printed in 1865, moisture damage to hardcover, and moisture staining to first few pages, good overall condition. (Photo)

476. Two hardbound Illinois Farmers Institute Reports: Vol. 8, 1903; and Vol. 19, 1914. (Photo)

477. Lot of four books: Basketry of the Appalachian Mountains by Sue H. Stephenson, copyright 1977, very good; M-WTCA reprint of the 1913 C.E. Jennings & Co. Price List No. 13; a M-WTCA reprint of the 1895 National Saw Company catalog; and an original catalog of the Niagara Machine and Tool Works, Machines and Tools for Sheet Metals, soiled covers. (Photo)

478. MARSH M7C 22-inch iron jointer plane, fine H.C. MARSH & CO. ROCKFORD, ILL blade, very good tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

479. Keen Kutter K7 22-inch iron jointer plane (similar to early Bedrock 607 planes) has maybe 1/4-inch usable length in original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

480. Scarce Sargent #15C Shaw's Patent jumbo jack plane, nice original blade, very good tote and knob, no frog damage, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

481. Stanley #8TH TOOL HOLDER Pat. 2,287,457 used to hold the bits in lot #356, the holder is like new, box is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

482. Stanley #90 marking gauge in original box, gauge is like new, box top is missing one end and needs corners repaired at other end. (Photo)

483. Stanley #42 Pistol Grip Adjustable Saw Set, this one comes in original box with a top label and end label, includes instruction pamphlet, a very good set in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

484. E.C. STEARNS patented spoke shave with flexible bottom and adjustable throat and having a decorative brass face, very good overall. (Photo)

485. Stanley #12 Type I try square with 10-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

486. Stanley #68 rabbeting spoke shave, V logo blade, 70% japanning, good overall. (Photo)

487. Stanley #18 sliding bevel with 12-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

488. Stanley #67 Universal spoke shave with both bottoms and having an intact fence, patent date on blade, very good overall. (Photo)

489. Stanley #14 Type I adjustable try square with 6-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

490. Stanley 4-Square combination square with 7-inch SW blade, very good overall. (Photo)

491. Four volumes of Farm Knowledge hardbound books including VOL. 1, FARM ANIMALS; VOL. 2, SOILS AND CROPS; VOL. 3, FARM MACHINERY; and VOL. 4, FARM MANAGEMENT, all published 1919 by DOUBLEDAY, PAGE & CO. (Photo)

492. YEARBOOK OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE - 1907, hardbound, 798 pages, some water staining, good overall. (Photo)

493. First Principles of Agriculture by Goff & Mayne, American Book Company, 1904, hardbound, 256 pages, some soiling and corner bruising to covers, intact inside, good overall. (Photo)

494. Four M-WTCA tool-related catalogs: J.M. Waterston Tools and Factory Supplies; United Hardware and Tool Corporation; 1904 Illustrated Catalogue of the Henry Cheney Hammer Co.; and H. CHAPIN'S SON 1880 tool catalog. (Photo)

495. Report of the Commissioner of Patents For The Year 1850, published in 1851 by Washington Office of Printers to House of Reps. soiled and worn covers, damaged spine, decent inside. (Photo)

496. Two Kathryn McNerney books: Primitives Our American Heritage; and Antique Tools Our American Heritage. (Photo)

497. Traditional cabinetmaker's tool chest, pine dovetailed construction, metal top, 37 x 23 x 22-inches high, five sliding tills, and a removable saw rack and till below for wooden planes, original lock with two keys, heavy cast iron handles on both ends, most of the original green paint remains. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

498. Scarce Stanley 2-inch READY EDGE plane blade, that used replaceable razor-blade type edges that were attached to the base of a regular plane blade, this one has the SW logo at the top, some very light pitting., and comes with one spare blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. Scarce Stanley 2-inch READY EDGE plane blade, that used replaceable razor-blade type edges that were attached to the base of a regular plane blade, this one has the SW logo at the top and is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. RARE box of replacement edges for the Stanley Ready Edge plane blades, box is very good, blades inside are like new and wrapped in wax paper. (Photo & Photo 2)

501. Pair of Stanley transitional planes: #31 24-inch jointer with missing tote spur, good Q-logo blade, very good overall; and a #129 LIBERTY BELL 20-inch fore plane missing tote spur otherwise fine. (Photo)

502. Pair Keen Kutter (Stanley) transitional jack planes: #K27 missing tote spur, otherwise very good; and #K26 with chip from top front corner and missing tote spur, knob looks like a replacement, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

503. Pair transitional planes: Stanley #127 LIBERTY BELL jack plane, missing tote spur and iron, otherwise very good; plus a B. PLANE PAT. OCT. 22, 1889, (same size as Stanley #35), complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

504. Stanley #66 1/2 4-fold 36-inch rule, the holes are wallowed out where the indexing pins go, otherwise OK; plus a Stanley #93 butt and rabbet gage, with nice script lettering, former owners name and Cedar Falls local scratched into one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

505. Stanley #VH1248 HANDYMAN iron block plane in the original store blister pack, NEW. (Photo)

506. Stanley #105 Type I Liberty Bell jack plane, has patent date stamped into left side, iron marked with two patent dates AP'L 18-76 and AP'L 19-92, rosewood knob beaded at base, tote has been broken and glued in center and spur is MIA, very good overall. (Photo)

507. Stanley #10 carriage maker's rabbet plane, nice T logo blade, very good rosewood tote and short knob, very good overall condition. (Photo)

508. H.C. MARSH ROCKFORD ILL #3C smooth plane, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

509. Stanley #10 1/2 Type I carriage makers rabbet plane with adjustable throat, V logo blade appears to have been made for a larger bench plane blade, nice rosewood tote, knob has small chip from base, very good overall. (Photo)

510. Stanley SW #S18 unbreakable block plane with very good knuckle jointed lever cap, SW logo on iron and lever cap, fine overall. (Photo)

511. Stanley No. 113 compass plane, good "Q" logo cutter, 90%+ japanning, FINE. (Photo & Photo 2)

512. Rosewood or ebony 9-inch plane with slightly radiused sole, long L&IJ White iron, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

513. Stanley No. 113 Type 2, compass plane with less than 20% original japanning, complete, VG. (Photo & Photo 2)

514. Coffin shaped 8-inch smooth plane with applied steel sole plate, Robt. Sorby blade, Alexander Mathieson cap iron; VG. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

515. LEONARD BAILEY No. 20 compass plane, cam locking lever cap, sole attached to frame with lug, both knobs present, complete and FINE. (Photo & Photo 2)

516. Rosewood coffin shaped smooth plane 7 3/4-inch with adjustable steel throat plate, Marples & Sons blade, Atkins & Sons BENEFACTUM chip breaker, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Two brass plumb bobs including surveyor's types. (Photo & Photo 2)

518. Nice 13 1/2-inch wedge–locking panel gauge, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Lot of four small brass plumb bobs, VG. (Photo & Photo 2)

520. Scarce Stanley #84 razor shave, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

521. Three medium size brass plumb bobs, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

522. Continental-stye screw arm plow plane with a CROWN over the initials SVE on the toe, has hand-forged iron screws, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

523. Stanley Yankee No. 130A spiral screwdriver IOB with bits, new screwdriver, box a bit rough. (Photo)

524. Large brass plumb bob 8-inches overall, with 3-lb. with 2 1/2-inch steel tip, fine overall. (Photo)

525. Stanley #80 cabinet scraper in blue paint, new condition in fine box. (Photo & Photo 2)

526. Unusual brass plumb bob approx. 3-lb. marked LL in two places. Very good overall. (Photo)

527. Stanley #61-2 inch wood chisel new in original box with fine label. (Photo & Photo 2)

528. Two large homemade brass plumb bobs totaling 6 lb. 6 oz. (Photo)

529. Stanley #49 bit & square level, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

530. Large 2 1/4-lb. brass plumb bob, unusual shape, VG, plus a small brass 3-oz. bob, VG. (Photo)

531. Pair of drawknives including a Waltross Patent with pivoting handles, blade has some pitting and has been painted black; and an unknown make with folding handles. (Photo)

532. S.A. JONES & CO. HARTFORD CONN. 2-foot, two-fold boxwood rule, both indexing pins intact, nice arched joint, some staining, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

533. Lot including a wooden panel gauge that needs a new point; a wooden coachmaker's-type scraper marked IL&S 4916, with steel sole plate, very good; wooden chalk spool; & bell hanger's gimlet, very good. (Photo)

534. Stanley #66 1/2 rule in near new condition, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

535. JOHN BELL PHILAD. moving moving fillister plane with nice boxwood boxing, intact brass depth stop, nicker is present but the nicker wedge is broken on the top, very nice overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

536. Unmarked Continental-style screw arm plow with one iron, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

537. Fine Greenlee drawknife with 10-inch blade; and an unknown make bench-mounted hand-cranked grinder. (Photo & Photo 2)

538. Brass bodied GTL (Guaranteed Tools Ltd. London) smooth plane with Norris-type blade adjuster, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

539. Wooden Planes in 19th Century America Vol. 1, by Kenneth D. Roberts, complete and very good. (Photo)

540. Scarce iron Lancashire pattern shouldering plane, with captive brass lever cap, knurled brass cap screw and fine tote. (Photo & Photo 2)

541. Alan Vedder's Furniture of Spanish New Mexico, 1977, with intact but scuffed dust jacket, autographed by author, very good overall. (Photo)

542. Early carved and dated Dutch bossingshaaf plane (panel raiser) with carving on toe, dated 1770, stamp on plane iron. (Photo & Photo 2)

543. Freud brass backed dovetail saw, 8 inch blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

544. English shears, fancy stamp Pat. #294, Buroon & Ball, 14 inches long, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

545. Charvoz #675 drafting set in leather and felt case, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

546. Victorian, large hand forged garden line reel, English. (Photo & Photo 2)

547. Document tube, tin/sheetmetal, 18 inches long and 2 inches wide, very good. (Photo)

548. Stanley No. 113 Type I, compass plane with 90%+ original japanning, complete and original, FINE. (Photo & Photo 2)

549. Unmarked rosewood compassed rabbet plane, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

550. LEONARD BAILEY No. 20 compass plane, both knobs present and intact LB logo cap screw, VG. (Photo & Photo 2)

551. H. & J.W. KING 8 1/2-inch rosewood smooth plane, cutter and chip breaker both marked H. & J.W. King, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

552. Two brass plumb bobs, the larger of the two has a nice acorn-shaped steel finial. (Photo & Photo 2)

553. Three brass rules: Stanley #17 blacksmith's rule, fine; Starrett #462 24-inch, very good, & a 12-inch rule that reads vertically in inches on one side and metric on the other. (Photo & Photo 2)

554. Two shapely brass plumb bobs, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

555. Townley Metal & Hardware Co. Kansas City, Missouri, hardware catalog No. 20L dated Sept. 1, 1962, some spine damage, otherwise good. (Photo)

556. Kenneth Roberts' Wooden Planes in 19th Century America, Vol 2, with intact dust jacket, autographed by author, fine overall; plus a paper covered William Maprles and Sons 1909 catalog, reprinted by MWTCA in 1979, very good overall. (Photo)

557. BELKNAP Hardware Louisville, Kentucky 1955 hardware catalog, FINE. (Photo)

558. Two books: Old English Tile Designs - For Artists and Craftspeople, edited by Carol Belanger Grafton, very good; and a The Geddy Foundry published in 1992 by the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, complete and very good. (Photo)

559. A. HOBBS LONDON small pocket sextant, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

560. U.S.N. GENUINE SOLID BRASS pad lock with two keys, on the back is marked JAS. MORGAN & SONS BOSTON, LOCKSMITHS, almost certainly a reproduction of an original Navy lock. (Photo)

561. Brass bosun's whistle, most likely a reproduction. (Photo)

562. Unmarked. navigational dividers brass construction, fine overall. (Photo)

563. ROSS LONDON sextant in fitted wooden box with hinged lid, this appears to be a reproduction like the Stanley London pieces that are circulating, displays well. (Photo)

564. Unusual Russian or Soviet submarine clock with two keys, mounting bracket, and instruction sheet, comes in original shipping box, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

565. Kelvin-White Co. azimuth circle by WILFRID O. WHITE & SONS, INC. formerly Kelvin & Wilfrid O. White Co. These were used by U.S. Navy during WWII for taking bearings on other ships, etc. This one is fine and comes in a fitted box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

566. Unknown purpose battery powered buoy, possibly for marking marina entrances or for emergency use. (Photo)

567. CLINOMETER Mark 4 MOD. O, John L. CHANEY INSTRUMENT CO., LAKE GENEVA, WIS. on a bakelite back, complete and fine. (Photo)

568. Decorative model of a harbor light.

569. M. CRANNELL ALBANY handled beech plow plane with boxwood arms and nuts, one iron included, very good. (Photo)

570. Stanley #50 light duty plow, WWII model with wooden handle, japanned body and thumb-operated blade adjuster, fine overall. Needs a set of blades. (Photo)

571. Stanley #48 tongue & groove plane, complete with blades, and nice knob, very good overall. (Photo)

572. Stanley #46 skew bladed plow plane, early model with 9 blades including dated slitter, needs nut to secure rear stop and slitter, very good overall. (Photo)

573. Stanley #193 fiber board beveling plane, with very nice wood, has original rods and several attachments, very good overall. (Photo)

574. Unusual patented saw set, patented July 12, 1910, was operated by a foot pedal which isn't present, very good overall. (Photo)

575. Brass rabbeting spoke shave, very good overall. (Photo)

576. Unusual cranked patternmaker-type gouge with interchangeable blades, only one blade is included, very well made. (Photo)

577. GERAL brass coach maker's compassed T-rabbet plane with wooden tail handle, very good. (Photo)

578. The New-Century Book of Facts by Wright, published by The King Richardson Company, copyright 1912, 1122 pages, some minor scuffing to outside cover, very good overall. (Photo)

579. Three books: Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture 1895, published in 1896; HORSE POWER by Marylian Watney and Sanders Watney, 1975, with intact dust jacket, very good; and the tattered remains of THE PEOPLES HOME STOCK BOOK, a book on horse doctoring with photos drawings and photos of the veterinary tools used to work on horses and the methods of using them. (Photo)

580. Two hardbound books: 1926 Municipal Index, published by The American City Magazine, some cover separation; and a 1911 Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture. (Photo)

581. Two books: FARMERS' BARN-BOOK: by CLATER, YOUATT, SKINNER & MILLS, 1850, Containing The Causes, Symptoms, And Treatment Of All The Diseases Incident to Oxen, Sheep, and Swine; The Anatomy And Physiology Of Neat Cattle, has some damage to bottom of spine and to hard cover, inside appears to be intact, good overall; and AMERICAN HERO STORIES, Copyright 1920 by Eva March Tappin serious scuffing to top and bottom of covers, inside is very good. (Photo)

582. Three farm-related book: The Farm Manual by J.L. Nichols copyrighted 1914, hardbound, soiled covers; Prairie Farmer's Reliable Directory of Farmers and Breeders Tazwell County (Illinois) 1917; and Steam and Gas Engineering by Butterfield; Jennings and Luce, 1946 third edition, fifth printing. (Photo)

583. Jesse Beery's Practical System of Colt Training and Horse Breeding Illustrated, by Jesse Berry, hardbound, copyright 1901, very good overall. (Photo)

584. Three hardbound tool-related books: Forty Power Tools You Can Make by Popular Mechanics Press, copyright 1941; Care and Use of Hand Tools by R.R. Toliver, copyright 1944, discarded High School library copy; and Oxyacetylene Welding by Potter, copyright 1942. (Photo)

585. The American Cabinetmaker's Plow Plane Its Design and Improvement book by John A. Moody, the original coffee table book of plow plane photos, long out of print, very good. (Photo)

586. Two tool books: Collector's Guide Early American Hand Tools Pictures Prices, by Phil Gault 1974; and Antique Tools an illustrated value guide by Conover Hill, copyright 1975. (Photo)

587. Two tool books: Tool Collector's Guide to Value by Ronald S. Barlow, copyright 1985; plus a 1981 M-WTCA reprint of the 1894 Illustrated Catalog of The American Axe and Tool Co. (Photo)

588. Scarce ANTIQUE AND UNUSUAL WRENCHES by Alfred and Lucille Schulz, the original Ma & Paw Wrench Book and one every collectors has or wants to have, fine. (Photo)

589. Large box containing several years of Missouri Valley Wrench Club Newsletters.

590. Lot including line level; two glass cutters; pocket level; Stanley #95 butt gage; block plane blade and small bell marked RING UP WICHITA. (Photo)

591. Estwing hatchet with leather handle; Keen Kutter broad hatchet head; and a nice single-bit Hibbard Spencer, Bartlett & Co. OVB axe head. (Photo & Photo 2)

592. Three Stanley SW blades with chip breakers for #4 & #5 sized bench planes, plus one extra chip breaker for same. (Photo & Photo 2)

593. Fifteen assorted wood auger bits by different makers; and 12 other bitstock tools inc. countersinks; reamer; etc. (Photo)

594. Craftsman claw hammer head; unmarked cross peen hammer head; and a lathing hatchet head. (Photo & Photo 2)

595. Box set of Irwin auger bit inside a hinged wooden box, a nice working set. (Photo)

596. Six NOS Lee Valley Victorian-Style Harness Hooks (00W92.05) all in black japanning, all sealed in original packaging. (Photo)

597. Unmarked 1/2-inch socket firmer chisel and a fine Lufkin # four-fold rule. (Photo)

598. Bridgeport #99 TOMAHAWK crating tool, a combination hatchet, pry bar and hammer for prying open wooden shipping crates and nailing them closed again, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

599. Lot of NOS scraper blades; two NOS BAHCO #474-125-0,60; and four unmarked scraper blades, two each of two different sizes, all with plastic edge protectors on both ends. (Photo & Photo 2)

600. ANKE traditional woodworking work bench MADE IN GERMANY in like new condition. This one has both vises, holddown holes, tray in the back and a lockable storage bin below for storing clamps, power tools and whatever. It was purchased several years ago out of a high end store in Chicago and never used. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 2)

601. Osborne rosewood handled leather slitter; plus a homemade panel gage. (Photo)

602. Nice English saw wrest with brass stop. (Photo)

603. Well-made crooked knife. (Photo)

604. Nice rosewood and brass pad saw; plus a small Disston rosewood handled bevel, light rust on blade. (Photo)

605. Stearns Bonny-patent adjustable hollow auger with depth stop, very good. (Photo)

606. Nautical seam burnisher made of lignum; plus an English archimedian drill, very good. (Photo)

607. Stunning Union Factory #240 1/2 screw-arm plow plane with rosewood body and fence and having boxwood wear strip in fence and boxwood arms and nuts, a very showy piece. (Photo & Photo 2)

608. Unknown make Yankee-style plow with boxwood depth stop and copper rivets holding fence to arms, replacement rosewood wedge, screws on top are brass, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

609. Griffiths Norwich wedge-arm plow plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

610. Stanley #48 tongue & groove plane TYPE I with ivy cast into handle, nice japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

611. SCHATZ ship's clock with original key, like new condition. (Photo)

612. SCHATZ marine style compensated precision barometer, fine brass case, near new condition. (Photo)

613. CROSBY STEAM GAGE & VALVE CO. BOSTON, MASS maritime steam gage in brass housing, needs good cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

614. TYFON PAT. reproduction hand pumped fog horn like those used on boats and ships. This will make a nice decorator piece. (Photo)

615. Pair of oil burning lamps that would hang from brackets, both are like new. (Photo)

616. Lot of templates, an Alvin No. 267 Engine Divided U.S. ST'D West Germany pocket rule; and a C-THRU RULER CO. parallel rule. (Photo)

617. Brass speaking tube from a ship or boat, these were used to facilitate intra-ship communication. (Photo)

618. Two books: Texture of Industry - And Archaeological View of the Industrialization of North America, by Robert Gordon and Patrick Malone, hardbound with dust jacket, fine; and Roy Underhill's The Woodwright's Shop, paper covers, in very good overall condition. (Photo)

619. George Sturt's The Wheelwright's Shop, Cambridge University press, paperback reprint, fine. (Photo)

620. William Radford's The Steel Square and Its Uses, Vols. 1 & 2, hardbound, 1907, each with a few scuffs and minor soiling to coves; plus two pocket sized books Old-Time Crafts And Trades; and Early Nineteenth-Century Crafts And Trades both edited by Peter Stockham and published by Dover. (Photo)

621. Three softcover tool catalog or book reprints: Tool List T.S. KAYE & SONS; THOMAS GRANT, IRONMONGER; and Scotch and English Metal Planes Manufactured by Stewart Spiers and Manufactured by T. Norris & Son, Edited and Published by Ken Roberts. (Photo)

622. Roger Smith's Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes in America, PTAMPIA, Vol. 1, but owner has fitted it with a nice clear jacket, 1827-1927, very good overall. (Photo)

623. Three catalog reprints: H. Behlen & Bros. Guide to Wood & Wood Finishing; Price List of Jackson & Tyler, 1880 reprinted by M-WTCA in 2007; and The James Swan Company Premium Mechanics' Tool reprinted in 1981 by Ken Roberts. (Photo)

624. Roger Smith's Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes in America, Vol. 2 with intact dust jacket, very good, very good overall. (Photo)

625. Three parts planes: Chaplin's 9-inch corrugated iron smoother, hard rubber tote is broken and missing much of the base, good Tower & Lyon blade, and good knob; Ohio Tool #0220 Mark's Patent iron block plane, improper front knob, otherwise very good; and a body and handle for a Stanley #83 scraper, just add a blade and a roller and it'll be good to go. (Photo)

626. Stanley 6-inch iron block plane with chip from right side near tote; and a chip and crack in the top of the later lever cap; plus a Stanley #39 1-inch dado that has been broken and welded at the throat, good blade, cap, screw for depth stop and one good spur, use as is or part it out. (Photo)

627. Parts for a Stanley #62 low angle bench plane: V-logo blade, throat cam; throat plate, blade adjuster plate and screw; and a tote missing the spur that comes with the mounting screw. (Photo)

628. Pair of NOS blades for Stanley #2 smooth planes, both have BB logo. (Photo)

629. New SW blade and chip breaker for Stanley #1 smooth plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

630. Pair of Stanley dado planes: #39-1/2 with improper locking screw for depth stop, one spur needing to be replaced, no blade, good for parts or to restore; plus a #39-3/4 with one good nicker, good blade, depth stop locking screw needs to be cut down, can be used as is, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

631. Three Stanley rabbet plane bodies: #289 with two decent spurs; #180 with R&L logo blade, no depth stop, good overall; and a #192 with T logo blade, no depth stop, needs cleaning. (Photo)

632. Stanley #40 1/2 jumbo scrub plane body with nice tote and knob, needs blade and lever cap; plus a good body for an earlier model #120. (Photo)

633. Large lot of plane parts including iron frame for WORRALL'S Patent smoother, two Chaplin's patent lever caps; several transitional lever caps, etc. (Photo)

634. Lot of plane parts: FULTON #3708 7-inch iron smooth plane (same size as Millers Falls 07) the top left side is broken off, and the tote has been broken and glued, can still be used; plus a Stanley 7-inch iron block plane that needs a front knob, and a new locking cam for the lever cap; a #1 ODD-JOBS head with intact level, no rule or scribe; and a #66 hand beader body with a straight fence, no blade clamp, very good overall. (Photo)

635. Parts planes: Two Stanley #3C one with fine tote, and one with new BB blade; one #3 that has a welded repair at the throat, good ; and a Sargent Shaw's patent #15 body with a #415 lever cap. (Photo)

636. Parts planes: two Stanley #49 tongue and groove plane bodies; one UNION #3 that needs a blade and a new front knob; and a UNION #5A that just needs a new tote. (Photo)

637. Five Stanley parts planes: Stanley #39 7/8-inch dado, missing depth stop; 39 1/4-inch dado missing depth stop and nickers; #248 body, depth stop and one blade; two #49 tongue and groove bodies, both missing blade clamps. (Photo)

638. Four iron parts planes: Stanley #2 prelateral with frog and adjuster yoke; Sargent #710 Auto-Set mising the tote and two screws from the lever cap; Nice Stanley S4 body, frog and fine rosewood knob, tote has been broken and glued; and a Union #X5G that needs a blade and lever cap. (Photo)

639. Green Gage Butt mortise plane missing one of the movable fences, the end is broken off of the blade adjusting lever, and the blade is MIA, a scarce one that needs some restoration. (Photo)

640. Pair of iron parts planes: Ohio Tool Co. No. 07 jointer plane, needs a blade and lever cap; and a Sargent Shaw's Patent that has a broken lever cap, welded frog, and pitted blade and chip breaker, good beaded knob and body. (Photo & Photo 2)

641. Pair of Stanley parts or fixer-upper planes; #S5 steel jack plane just needs a new tote and it will be fine; and the Stanley Gage No. 5 just needs a new knob and blade and it too will be fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

642. L. BAILEY 18-inch fore plane body with screw blade adjuster, nice beaded knob, nice replacement tote, a fine body if you have a blade and a lever cap. (Photo)

643. Stanley BAILEY #37 Jenny wide body jack plane, the wood body has numerous cracks and staining, tote broken and glued, good knob, V logo iron, no structural damage to iron frame, good overall. (Photo)

644. Two parts planes: Stanley #5 1/4 junior jack plane, tote broken and glued, nice BB logo iron, 90%+ japanning in bed, just needs a front knob and it will be back in business; also a Sargent #410C wide body smooth plane, missing top of tote, beaded knob, needs a blade, lever cap and good cleaning. (Photo)

645. Three planes for using or for parts: Stanley #3 smooth plane, tote spur MIA, good T logo blade, rod securing front knob needs to be shortened, will make a great user; Stanley #2 prelateral smooth plane body, frog and glued tote, the body and frog are very good; plus a 6-inch Type I block plane body with adjustable throat, just add a blade and a lever cap. (Photo)




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