10th ANNUAL, 2-DAY


Day 2, May 2, 2015
beginning 8:35 AM

Humboldt Fairgrounds Building (Events Center)
311 6th Ave. North
Humboldt, Iowa 50548

(preview Thursday from 3 to 6:30 PM. Friday from 6 to 8:35 AM; and Saturday from 6 to 8:35 AM)

You have waited for it, now here is the list for the Friday portion of the auction. We still have links to work out and a handful of items yet to add, but we are confident that you will find more than enough to pique your interest on the list below.

001. Nice continental screw-arm plow plane with one blade, intact and working depth stop, one of the large nuts is cracked, very good overall. (Photo)

002. Three continental wooden molding planes, all have the initials BL in the top of the stock: ENGBERG & BATZER BERLIN grooving plow that has 1/2 of the wedge sheared off; and two rounds one with BERLIN maker mark. (Photo)

003. T.J. McMASTER & CO. AUBURN N.Y. unhandled wedge-arm plow plane with brass tipped arms and screw operated depth stop, very good overall, ear broken off one of the wedges, one BUTCHER SHEFFIELD blade, very good overall. (Photo)

004. Miniature wedge-arm plow plane with steel skated riveted to body, likely made by Bill Baader, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

005. Scarce RUNYON & KING SPRINGFIELD O (Ohio) #75 1/2-inch match or tongue & groove plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

006. Two wooden framed saws including a nice turning saw, blade tightened by a wing nut on end of round rod; another with early iron fittings riveted to the frame, tightened with a rams horn wing nut, needs a blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

007. Early bead with initials BH inside a shield on the toe, early-style rounded wedge, very good. (Photo)

008. Unusual bucksaw with blade tightened by a hand forged lever on the side, and the lever is secured by a ring, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. Early veneering saw with hand forged iron fittings, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

010. Fine SANDUSKY TOOL CO. NO. 132 handled rosewood screw-arm plow plane, wedge is chipped and cracked, nice threads, a fine plane to use or display. (Photo)

011. Unusual and early speeder for quick removal of material when turning on a lathe. Made form a long wooden stock with curved blade on end secured with two early forged nuts, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

012. Two-man crosscut saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

013. Large wooden dividers, very good overall. (Photo)

014. Unknown long handled tong or grabber. (Photo)

015. Pair of wooden trammel points on a wooden beam, very good. (Photo)

016. Stanley 26-inch brass-bound mahogany plumb & level with brass corners, four patent dates in brass plumb vial cover, typical nicks and dings, both vials intact, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. Well made barking spud with good wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. Stanley 28-inch No. 93 brass bound mahogany plum & level with hang hole in one end of stock, both vials intact, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. CLEVELAND RULE CO. log cruiser for determining the board feet in a log, nice brass end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Unusual 30-inch spirit level in mahogany stock with brass top plate, inside a very nice box with sliding lid that has chamfered edges and a brass pull on the end, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. CLEVELAND RULE CO. log cruiser for determining the board feet in a log, this one has the advertising logo of BLISS & VAN AUKEN LUMBER SAGINAW MICH. on one side, steel end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

022. Stanley 30-inch #25 double plumb & level in a mahogany stock with large brass side views for level vial and big brass covers on side for plumb vials, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

023. Kellogg Patent folding tailor's square, one leg 12 inches and the other 24, has arched brass bracket that will allow the user to hold it open at either 90 or 45 degrees, very good. (Photo)

024. DAVIS & COOK 24-inch plumb & level with brass end plates, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

025. Unusual and unmarked Archimes drill with steel breast plate, brass trim, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

026. SARGENT 24-inch brass-bound double plumb & level, one plumb vial MIA, the other two vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

027. Folding wooden square with beveled edges, marked on one side THOMAS BRADBURN & SONS MAKERS BIRM'M ESTABLISHED 1834 with large LION logo, and on other side, J. PLATT & CO. 77&78 ST. MARTIN'S LANE, LONDON W.C., both legs 24 inches, very good. (Photo)

028. DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. 24-inch double plumb & level with fancy cast brass frame, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

029. Unknown 20.5-inch mahogany stick with hang hold in one end; plus a 25-inch beam for a panel gauge, has blade in one end. (Photo & Photo 2)

030. Pair of wooden shrink rules: KEUFFEL & ESSER 1702 1/2 that measures 24 5/8 to 2 feet, missing a brass piece from one end, good overall; and a STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO. No. 30 1/2 that is 3/16 per foot and is stamped BRASS on one end, has small chip out of one edge near end, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

031. Unusual 2-foot, 9-inch square brass wantage rod marked on all for sides, HOGSHP; BARREL; PIN LY; FIRKIN LY, very good. (Photo)

032. Unusual and early axe with purposely twisted blade, and we do not have any idea what the purpose was, most interesting. (Photo)

033. Large long-handled claw hammer, possibly a spike driver, with a squared off face, pitted. (Photo)

034. Long handled broad axe that has dramatically curved handle, likely hung for a user who had a bad back, some pitting on blade. (Photo)

035. Long handled pruning or grafting tool with 15-inch blade, 58 inches long overall, first we have seen, unusual. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Early short-handled axe, handle appears to have been made from an old adz handle, the back side of the blade distorted from heavy use. (Photo)

037. Fine decorated side axe with nice handle and having numerous Masonic or religious symbols including starbursts, 5-point star, etc. This one is in very good to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

038. Early short-handled side axe, moderate to heavy pitting, but it is easy to distinguish the early forge welded blade from a later cast example. (Photo)

039. Large and unusual claw hammer, handle is newer, some pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Nice H.S. COHU CAST STEEL broad axe, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Early axe with old handle, touch marks visible on pitted blade, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

042. J. RABONE & SONS No. 1611 folding 5-foot rule with brass hinge and brass tips, ebonized finish, very good. (Photo)

043. Lot: pieces of drill rod; a twist drill bit, and other pieces that look like points for trammels, all out of an old machinist tool box. (Photo)

<044. Large 2-piece wooden display and carrying case for rules, pocket knives and similar items. This one was built by Bill Baader to carry part of his rule collection and inventory to and from the tool shows in. It is very well made. (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Rare log cane with tapered octogon shape, decorated with brass brads, maybe for someone who was visually challenged?, very good (Photo & Photo 2)

046. to 047. TBA.

048. George Bishop Patent (Jan. 9, 1906) No. 10 reversible back saw with 12-inch blade, nice original apple handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Unusual J. TAYLOR & SON SHEFFIELD brass-backed back saw, with unusual steel plates on both sides of handle secured by domed nuts, some mild pitting on the blade, bottom of wooden handle expertly repaired, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

050. Nice BARTON BROTHERS SHEFFIELD 10-inch steel-backed tenon saw, has two small medallions, split nuts, nice open handle, great patina, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. HENRY DISSTON & SONS 8-inch steel-backed tenon saw, with nice handle, intact Disston & Sons keystone medallion, one side of handle stamped 85 and other side MECH. DEPT., very good overall. (Photo)

052. Continental jack plane with carving on top and rounded toe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Continental wagon maker's brace with massive head, one long quill bit, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Continental wedge-arm plow plane with owner's initials AS, the year 1835, and two floral decorations carved into the left side, one of the two wedges to lock the arms is missing, very nice. (Photo)

055. English natural stone hone for chisels and knives dovetailed into a wooden handle and easily removable. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Rare sash gouge with built-in wooden depth stop, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. R. ROUTLEDGE 64 BULL ST. BIRMINGHAM 10-inch rosewood and brass spirit level, one of the nicest English spirit levels we've seen, in an owner made wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Nice coachmaker's double router, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. English 18 th Century bed key wrench, some pitting, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Rare French rainette, saw set and timber scribe, some mild pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Wooden koompf and dinglestock, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. Fine brass Scandinavian brace with wooden pad, spring chuck, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. Carved wooden hag's tooth router, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

064. Pair of iron jack planes: Millers Falls, complete and fine, and a Stanley VICTOR No. 1105 with nice gray and red paint, fine overall. (Photo)

065. Fine Stanley #0H5 Two-Tone iron jack plane with maroon and yellow paint, very good overall. (Photo)

066. Stanley #113 compass plane with good T-logo blade, complete and fine; plus a Sargent #409 that is complete and very good. (Photo)

067. Fine late model Stanley #46 skew bladed combination plow plane, with 9 original blades including the match blade. (Photo)

068. Stanley VICTOR No. 1104 smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

069. FULTON 7-inch iron smooth plane (same size as Stanley #2) complete with partial decal on tote, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

070. Stanley BEDROCK #602 7-inch iron smooth plane, nice T-logo blade, fine tote and knob, very good BEDROCK lever cap, the little overhang tab on the bottom below the tote is broken off. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

071. Stanley #5 iron jack plane like new in original albeit tattered box bottom, still has the $7.50 price on side in grease pencil, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Chaplin's Patent 15-inch iron jack plane, good Tower & Lyon iron, tote cracked in rear, good overall. (Photo)

073. Hahn No. 5 Siegley-type jack plane, complete and very good. (Photo)

074. Stanley #20 iron compass plane, complete with BB-logo iron, fine overall. (Photo)

075. Pair of Stanley #78 duplex planes, both have fence and depth stop, one depth stop screw has been replaced, two good users. (Photo)

076. Continental 32-inch wooden jointer plane with Ohio Tool Co. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Continental 26-inch wooden jointer plane with A. HOWLAND iron, offset handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Keen Kutter K27 transitional jack plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

079. Scarce Zenith No. 726 transitional jack plane made by Stanley for Marshall Wells Hdwe Co. Duluth, Minn., complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. Ohio Tool Co. 026 15-inch transitional jack plane with nice globe-logo stamped into top of wooden base and on top of iron, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. A. C. BARTLETT'S OHIO PLANES No. 62 7/8-inch dado plane with screw operated stop, intact depth stop, has a block of wood that fits over the nicker wedge and the depth stop screw perhaps to keep the screw from being moved. (Photo & Photo 2)

082. JOHN DENISON SAYBROOK moving filletster plane with screw operated stop and intact nicker, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

083. Ohio Tool No. 38 1-inch side bead, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. A. MATHIESON & SONS 8-inch coffin-shaped smooth plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

085. Pair of wooden planes: 8-inch wooden smooth plane, very good; and 7 1/2-inch wooden compass plane, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Pair of wooden molding planes: compassed table joint plane marked SANDUSKY TOOL CO. likely cut down from bigger plane; and a homemade 1/4 round or thumbnail with poor fitting wedge. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. Pair of horn planes: the one on the left is has a carved front handle and carved throat, iron is marked WIEN (Vienna); and a horned scrub plane with blade made from a file, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Stanley #23 transitional smooth plane, T-logo blade, good overall; plus an early I GREEN? slip-boxed side bead, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

089. Unusual 7-inch compassed rabbet plane, has charring on right side, faint owners? name on toe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

090. Unusual 30-inch DISSTON & MORSS plumb & level with decorative brass side views, both vials intact, some typical cracking at ends of stock, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Nice KEEN KUTTER (Disston) 30-inch double plumb and level, with brass rings around plumb openings, all vials intact, very good.

092. Fine 28-inch Stratton Brothers No. 1 brass-bound mahogany plumb & level with brass side views, plumb vial dry, level vial intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

093. Fine 28-inch Stratton Brothers No. 1 brass-bound plumb & level with laminated rosewood stock, brass side views, plumb vial dry, level vial intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

094. Nice WARD drawknife with 12-inch blade, has an anvil logo on both ends of blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

095. Large 32-inch pair of wooden dividers, formerly in the Jimmy Brown collection.(Photo)

096. Large GREENLEE 14-inch drawknife has CWW in series of dots punched into top of blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

097. Large English coffee bean dispensing urn, has brass fittings, and removable brass scoop, missing the brass handle that was soldered to the dispensing end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

098. Unknown make 1 or 2-man crosscut saw, missing the auxiliary handle, very good overall. (Photo)

099. Disston 26-inch D-8 saw with 8ppi blade, fine overall. <(Photo)

100. SPIERS AYR 14-inch rosewood stuffed panel plane, nice tapered YORK iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Rosewood and brass ships bevel with brass blades marked J GREEN on one blade and 1786 on other, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. Wm. Marples & Sons ebony stuffed Ultimatum plated brace with intact animal bone ring, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Nice 20 1/2-inch mahogany spirit level with brass plate on bottom and decorative brass top plate, former owners? name on paper under vial, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. SPIERS AYR 8-inch rosewood stuffed infill smooth plane with open handle, good Sorby iron, A. BURNSIDE owners mark on toe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

105. Nice 24-inch Davis Level & Tool Co. inclinometer level with fine original paint and intact pointer on the brass dial, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

106. A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW rosewood stuffed 7-inch smooth plane, nice open handle, nice MATHIESON iron, fine pitting on both sides, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

107. Davis Patent iron plumb & level by the M.W. ROBINSON CO. successors to the Davis Level & Tool Co. (Photo & Photo 2)

108. Nice 18th Century 7-inch rosewood stuffed miter plane, dovetailed construction, nice cupid's bow on bridge, light to moderate pitting on sides and bottom, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. Set of seven carving gouges, six are cranked, included are a 124 cranked fishtail; three BARTON cranked gouges; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Well made 36-inch Austrian-pattern 3-tined wooden pitchfork, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Lot of nice carving gouges and chisels including several BARTON gouges, three Kangaroo Brand chisels, Marples chisel, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Nicely carved 26 1/4-inch wooden scoop shovel with closed or D-handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

113. Lot of 11 assorted carving spoon chisels, six or seven by Addis; others by Taylor; BUCK BROS., etc. (Photo)

114. Sargent #418 fore plane with a Millers Falls or Stearns-type jointer gauge or fence on the left side, plane has early circular-logo iron, nice beaded knob, tote spur broken and repaired, a very good plane and a fine fence. (Photo & Photo 2)

115. Wooden bellows with nice carving on one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

116. Montgomery Ward 20-inch panel saw, fine handle, fine overall. (Photo)

117. Disston D-15 VICTORY 26-inch, very good overall. (Photo)

118. Unusual 26-inch Disston hand saw with unusual teeth, well worn handle has a former owners name punched into it. (Photo)

119. Ice saw with 30-inch blade, iron handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

120. Marsh Miter and Picture Frame Machine backsaw with 25-inch blade, tote spur chipped. (Photo)

121. Disston K3 KEYSTONE 20-inch PACEMAKER panel saw, nice 10 ppi blade, very good overall. (Photo)

122. Nice wooden miter jack, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Lot of four egg beater hand drills: early Millers Falls with idler, 3-jaw chuck, intact auxiliary handle, very good overall; POWR KRAFT No. 84-3700 with red paint on gear wheel, good overall; DEFIANCE by STANLEY 1220 with original decal on wheel, fine overall; and a nice Millers Falls with intact auxiliary handle, very good overall. Three with storage handles have bits inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Lot of four egg beater type hand drills: Large Millers Falls No. 2? with intact set of bits inside handle, some light rust on crank arm; Millers Falls No. 2A complete and very good; DUNLAP complete and very good; and an unknown MADE IN USA model. (Photo & Photo 2)

125. Large house carpenter's tool chest with two sliding trays, dovetailed construction, dual raised panels on lid, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

126. Lot of three egg beater type hand drills: CRAFTSMAN 071 (similar to Millers Falls #2) complete ands very good; Millers Falls No. 5A, complete and very good; and a Stanley HANDYMAN H1220 with intact sticker, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

127. Three braces: CRAFTSMAN ratchet brace with aluminum wrist handle, fine overall; Unknown make with thumb screw that secures the bit, very good; and a SPOFFORD Patent No. 12, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

128. Lot of three braces: No. 12 Spofford, very good; No. 110 Spofford, with 2-piece cocobolo handle with pewter rings, very good, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

129. Pair of braces: Taylor-type with spring chuck, some light pitting, very good overall; and a FULTON SPECIAL ratchet brace, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

130. Keen Kutter broad axe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

131. Scarce beer keg chamfer knife, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

132. Unusual M.W.H. CO. HAND MADE single bit axe made for the Marshall Wells Hardware Co. of Duluth Minnesota, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

133. Nice wooden mangle with carved horse figure for a handle, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

134. Copper mold with ear of corn, very good. (Photo)

135. Large brass bucket with wire bail handle. (Photo)

136. Copper mold with brass handles that depicts two fish, very nice. (Photo)

137. Copper egg poacher with brass handles and having a horses head mark on the bottom. (Photo)

138. Scandinavian tea kettle with nice FER mark on top of handle, hinged cover over spout, very good overall. (Photo)

139. Copper fish mold in shape of carp or goldfish, fine. (Photo)

140. Smaller copper wok with brass handle, nicely marked, very good. (Photo)

141. Smaller copper tea kettle that looks to be Scandinavian in form, fine overall. (Photo)

142. E-Z CORN POPPER stovetop corn popper, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

143. Unusual railroads kerosene caboose lamp with unusual glass chimney and original albeit torn shade. (Photo)

144. Glass kerosene lap with glass chimney, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Unusual kerosene brooder house heater with two burners, shallow tin body that doubles as a tank. (Photo & Photo 2)

146. Punch decorated brass strainer, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

147. Large brass spittoon, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

148. Hand cranked coffee mill with intact wooden drawer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

149. George Washington CUT PLUG tobacco tin with hinged lid and wire bail handle, logo on can somewhat fain. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Wooden calking mallet missing the iron rings from ends of head. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. European wooden C-clamp, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. Carbide lamp for a miner's hat. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. C. WALLACE MICH 1888 patent lopper, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

154. Small builder's level in wooden box, comes with pair of aluminum legs and includes a target. (Photo & Photo 2)

155. Primitive ice skates with wooden body and steel blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

156. Tall kerosene lamp with wooden base, brass body, glass tank and chimney, very good. (Photo)

157. Wooden shoe stretcher, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

158. Clear glass kerosene lamp with glass chimney that has some white decorations. (Photo)

159. Waffle iron made by the DETROIT IRON & BRASS CO. with iron base that does not appear to be original to this iron. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Wooden rolling pin and a wooden stuffer for a meat grinder. (Photo & Photo 2)

161. Pair of tin scale pans, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

162. COLEBROOKDALE IRON CO. sad iron with quick-release handle, and an ENTERPRISE stand or trivet, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

163. Three sad irons: one-piece marked GT; a small MAY 22, 1900, with removable handle; and a tiny DOVER DOLLY IORN with removable handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. EVEREADY MFG. CO. wire stapler, complete and very good. (Photo)

165. Large wooden bowl, nice coat of lacquer or varnish, and brass try. (Photo)

166. Pair of adjustable pipe wrenches: 14-inch HEAVY DUTY Ridged-type in blue paint, very good; and a 10-inch Stillson type. (Photo & Photo 2)

167. Scarce Spickler Patent (U.S. No. 137,329) double bladed iron scraper or spokeshave, APR. 1, '73, made on a patent issued to Henry D. Spickler of Canton, Ohio, complete and very good. We sold the only other one we've seen right here in Humboldt 10 years ago. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. The Tools that Built America book by Alex Bealer, very good; plus Traditional Country Craftsman by J Geraint Jenkins book, very good.

169. Two books: Hand Tools - Their Ways and Workings by Aldren A. Watson, very good; and The Jewelry Repair Manual by R. Allen Hardy, very good.

170. Two books: Early Tools of New Jersey and the Men Who Made Them by Alexander Farnham, very good; and Antique Woodworking Tools by Michael Dunbar, very good.

171. China at Work book by Rudolf P. Hommel, very good; and The Victorian Catalog of Tools For Trades And Crafts.

172. Building News and Engineering Journal bound VOL. 17 dated 1869, full of nice ads and graphics.

173. William Russell's RUSSELL ON SCIENTIFIC HORSESHOEING for the Different Diseases, the first several pages are loose, dated 1892, should be rebound.

174. HOPPUS'S MEASURER 1848 book on tables and measures, well worn; plus a copy of The Kenneth Lynch Tool Collection catalog.

175. Pointer off an early weather vane, very good; plus a WARREN AXE & TOOL CO. slick-type ice chisel. (Photo)

176. DUPLEX 5-cup sifter with green handle, very good. (Photo)

177. Wooden Amish caliper marked BEAVER CREEK BEAMAN, IOWA, very good. (Photo)

178. PETERBORO basket with folding handle, fine overall. (Photo)

179. Tiny glass kerosene lamp with glass chimney. (Photo)

180. Tiny LONGABERGER HANDWOVEN basket with handle, DRESDEN, OHIO, USA. dated 1991. (Photo)

181. Non-matching pair of claw-foot candle stick holders. (Photo)

182. GRISWOLD cast iron cooking pot with intact pouring ring and wire bale handle. (Photo)

183. Large printing stone printing block with article describing how it was found and used.

184. Lot: unusual wooden handled screwdriver; and a tomahawk-type hatchet.

185. Four assorted rosewood handled bevels including one CRAFTSMAN; one Stanley, etc.

186. Unusual oil can with brass cap attached by a chain.

187. Pair of rosewood handled squares, both very good.

188. Pair of sliding bevels: EAGLE with nickel plated steel handle and 12-inch blade, very good; and a nice 12-inch rosewood handle.

189. Pair of Stanley try squares with nickel plated handles, both very good.

190. Two rosewood handled try squares including a Type I, very good overall.

191 Unknown make brace with MISENER hole saw; plus a spare hole saw that can be used in an electric drill or drill press, light rust on both, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

192. Homemade brace with thumb-screw chuck; plus a Millers Falls chain drill complete with the wrench that is used to manipulate the set screw in the chuck, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Stanley #984 corner brace, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

194. Three hand drills: Millers Falls Buck Rogers-type with storage in the handle; a small cast iron jeweler's type, very good; and a Stanley #1221 that needs a good cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. Scarce combination brace and drill, dusty and needing a good cleaning, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Yankee No. 75 lightning brace, very good overall; and a Yankee push drill with three of the original bits, ver good. (Photo & Photo 2)

197. Unknown make nickel-plated brace with 12-inch sweep, thumb-screw chuck, nice cocobolo pad that spins on bearings, some light rust, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Lot: Oxwall combination Yankee-type screwdriver and brace, very good overall; a HERMES T-handled Yankee-type drill that takes a special type drill bit, very good; and a small unknown make Archimedes drill. (Photo & Photo 2)

199. Scarce Stockbridge Patent (U.S. No. 62,232) brace with 3-jaw chuck and iron pad, little light rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

200. Streeter Patent (U.S. No. 61,113) bit brace with wooden pad, PAT. JAN. 8th, 1867 with light cleaning will be very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Large homemade brace; plus a Millers Falls #502 corner brace, needs cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Pair of misc. braces both with thumb-screw chucks, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. Pair of wooden spokeshaves, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

204. Pair of Spofford patent braces, one with cocobolo pad and wrist handle; the other all-metal, both will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

205. Pair of wooden spokeshaves one with SHEFFIELD maker's mark has brass blade-adjusting screws, both very good. (Photo)

206. Pair of blacksmith braces; one is a regular-shaped braces but with a beefier frame, it is complete and very good; the other is the type that would be held against the work piece by and overhead lever, thos one is rusty and pitted, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. Wooden ram's horn scraper with long brass nose piece, may have been used in flooring work, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. Pair of corner braces: the one on the left is a Millers Falls No. 51, it is complete and very good; the other is a Goodell-Pratt and it has a welded crank arm, otherwise it is complete and very good. (Photo)

209. Pair of ratchet braces: on the left is a Whimble-style it has some light rust but will clean to very good; and a YANKEE No. 2101 10-inch that is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Pair of iron scrapers: Stanley #80 complete and very good; and a Keen Kutter nickel plated KK79 similar to a Stearns, one of the screws securing the strap on the back is a replacement, otherwise good. (Photo & Photo 2)

211. Pair of braces: Stanley Spofford Patent with good nickel plating and nice cocobolo wood, very good overall; and an all-metal type with spring chuck, the spring in the chuck is MIA or broken. (Photo & Photo 2)

Lots 212, 216, 218; and 282 to 287 are Martin Raaks rope making machines. He used them to demonstrate rope making at history-day celebrations and old tractor shows around norther Iowa, southern Minnesota, eastern Nebraska and South Dakota.

212. Scarce PAT NOV. 12, 1907 hand cranked rope maker, the crank arm on this one was broken and a new wooden knob was attached, very good overall. Comes with a vintage wrench for keeping the three strand feeding properly, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Lot of four braces: two gent's or penny braces, one by PEUGEOT; an unusual Millers Falls No. 900 with an odd chuck, improper pad or top handle, good overall; and a Taylor-type with a replaced wooden pad, some rust, good overall. (Photo)

214. PECK, STOWE & WILCOX tinsmith's flanging machine PAT. NOV. 12, 1867, complete and very good with original stand, just needs a light cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

215. Unknown make corner brace with nice cocobolo or rosewood handle, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Scarce THE HAWKEYE ROPE MACHINE HAWKEYE MFG. CO. CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA, comes mounted to the section of board you see it on in the photo and with a 3-strand iron wrench for keeping the twisted strands in proper alignment, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Pair of cast iron breast drills: Goodell-Pratt 2-speed model missing the auxiliary handle, very good overall; and an unknown make with make with integral auxiliary handle, brass crank arm and wooden breast pad, we have seen this model before with a cast iron breast pad, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Unusual wooden bodied rope maker, comes mounted to the piece of wood you see it on in the photo, also comes with a cast iron wrench for keeping the three strand feeding properly, the wrench has a brazed repair, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

219. Tiny MARX toy brace plus three bitstock nut drivers, one marked LITTLE GIANT. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Lot: Small CHALLENGER hand drill with storage for bits inside handle, needs cleaning & oil; a gent's or penny brace; and an adjustable brace wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

221. Unusual Archimedes drill with iron pad; and a KEYSTONE ratcheting drill, very good. (Photo)

222. Three braces: Unusual AMIDON Patent with some pitting on frame; Rose Patent with improper pad; and a small throw Spofford Patent that will clean to good very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

223. Millers Falls No. 120, 2-speed breast drill, missing auxiliary handle, a bit dusty, will easily clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

224. Four assorted bit braces. (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Seven center bits, the five smaller ones are mounted to a piece of peg board. (Photo)

226. Homemade 5-foot laminated level made out of a Stanley 6-inch cast iron plumb & level, has brass ends and the wooden side panels are attached to the wooden core with domed bass screws, a nice homemade level. (Photo)

227. Stratton Brothers 30-inch brass-bound mahogany plumb and level, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)

228. Stanley 30-inch #4 plumb and level with brass end plates, side views and top plate, very good overall. (Photo)

229. Pair of unusual squares: SQUAR-EVEL combination square and level with aluminum body, removable plumb and level vial housings and a square blade that can be tucked away when not in use, PAT. NO. 1761215, very good; and a Combo SQUARE PAT PEND, cast aluminum head, copper? 18-inch blade, very good. (Photo)

230. Pair of wooden levels: 28-inch Stanley #3 plumb & level, both vials intact, very good overall; and a 24-inch KEEN KUTTER (Disston) double plumb & level, hand hole in wooden stock, all three vials intact, good overall. (Photo)

231. Unusual 48-inch (4-foot) GOLDBLAT TOOLS KANSAS CITY, MO brass-bound masons level, all six vials are intact but one of the glass vial covers is cracked, has paint splattered on one side, good overall. (Photo)

232. Pair of 24-inch cast iron levels: DAVIS PATENT M.W. ROBINSON CO. one end of the top rail is missing a big chip, vials intact, good overall; and a STARRETT 24-inch shaft level, complete and fine. (Photo)

233. LUFKIN RULE CO. No. 95 FLARING LIQUID MEASURE 36-inch steel (wantage?) rule, has some rust, will clean to very good. (Photo)

234. Patented wire twister used to tighten the wire that holds rebar together and the use to tighten the wire used to close grain sacks. (Photo & Photo 2)

235. Two unusual tools: Bell Systems cable swaging vise with wooden handle, very good; and a RED DEVIL wire splicing or swaging tool, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

236. PAT PEND. combination fencing tool, has hammer, strainer, staple claw, etc. traces of original green paint remain. (232 Smith). (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

237. Lot of four spoke or nipple wrenches, all need cleaning. (Photo)

238. Three different calf weaners. (Photo)

239. Farrier's nail clincher used when shoeing horses, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

240. NEVER-STALL 10-inch automotive combination tool including plier, lifter, wire cutter, and adjustable nut wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

241. PAZZANO Patent (U.S. No. 2,071,897) combination battery pliers, complete and very good. (Photo)

242. Mystery tool, when operated the two points move toward and away from one another. (Photo)

243. Lot of three furniture clamps, one all wood; and two pipe clamps by INDUSTRIAL MFG. CO. MPLS MINN, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Wooden box with sliding lid full of plane blades, most are for bench planes but there are at least two for wooden rabbet planes. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. Tool for butchering turkey and chickens. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Wooden mystery tool, when the brass screw is loosened one piece slides straight out, the two pieces on the sides hinge down until they're almost parallel with the body. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. COOLEY CLARK CO. IOWA cardboard box opening tool, PAT. 1,626,806, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Stanley #33 transitional 28-inch jointer plane, Rule & Level Co. iron, tote a replacement, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. Lot of 19 assorted saw sets including Taintor; APEX SPECIAL; S.H. CO. SWIFT; MARRILL, Stillman-type with wood handle, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

250. Large commander or wooden mallet used in timber frame construction. Has iron rings around both ends, very good. (Photo)

251. Lot of 13 assorted saw sharpening tools including 10 lever-type saws sets and three saw wrests. (Photo)

252. Stanley single bit axe, very good; and a long handled spike driving-type hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Lot: 11 assorted tools: seven lever-type saw sets; two STILLMAN'S 1848 Patent saw sets, one marked; a combination saw wrest and hammer; and a pair of sheet metal nippers?

254. PLUMB double bit axe, very good overall; plus a large 18-pound steel maul or hammer, working faces show plenty of battle scars. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Six Stanley saw sets: two very nice No. 43 models; a nice large TRIUMPH model; and four smaller TRIUMPH models. Seven sets in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Four blacksmith hammers, one of the top swages in chipped at the working end, the others are nice including the CHAMPION. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Seven larger saw sets including a BULLER; APEX; SIMONDS; two mystery patented models; and a wrest? (Photo)

258. Four large hammers including the ball peen (second from top) with long nose. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Four hand saws each in need a cleaning; one has domed nuts and steel plate, patent date stamped into handle, handle cracked at rear bolt hole; Disston No. 12 with 12ppi blade; Disston ACME 120 with thumb hole handle; and Disston No. 7 with broken horn on handle, all needing serious cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. Three large hammers including two blacksmith's and one that looks like a dull stone dressing type. (Photo)

261. Pair of Disston back saws: 14-inch and 16-inch models, both can be returned to duty. (Photo)

262. Lot: eleven lever type saw sets plus a file. (Photo & Photo 2)

263. Pair of 26-inch hand saws: Disston D8 with 7ppi blade; and Keen Kutter K88 that has rust on back of blade, will clean to usable condition. (Photo)

264. Six assorted hammers including at least two that are suitable for blacksmithing; one appears to be a smith-forged cobbler's hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

265. Three saws: Disston 16-inch back saw with rust on back of blade; 17.5-inch nail saw?; and an unknown make 9-inch dovetail saw. (Photo)

266. Lot: twelve saw sharpening tools including nine lever-type saw sets; two hammer-type saw sets, and a wooden handled saw wrest. (Photo & Photo 2)

267. Five hand saws: Disston D8 with 8ppi blade; 20-in. Disston with 10ppi blade; 20-inch Disston with 11ppi blade; and two more Disston saws that will need some work. (Photo)

268. Eight screwdrivers including 7 Yankee types: CRAFTSMAN, no blade; Yankee No. 30A with flat blade; Millers Falls No. 61 with flat blade; Yankee No. 130A with flat blade; Yankee No. 31A with flat blade; Yankee No. 31 with flat blade; Yankee No. 131A with flat blade; and an unknown make shop-made flat-blade screwdriver with wooden hex handle and brass ferrule. (Photo & Photo 2)

269. Five hand saws; four are fixer uppers and one, a Disston D-8 with 8ppi blade is in good usable condition. The one with the steel plate and domed nuts is cobbled together out of two saws. The plate and nuts came off a rarer model and do not really fit this handle. (Photo)

270. Twelve screwdrivers including seven flat-bladed models; three perfect-handle types, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

271. Five assorted hand saws including an H. DISSTON & SONS No. 12 panel saw, very good; DISSTON No. 12 with 10ppi blade, very good; SHEFFIELD with 7ppi blade; DISSTON D-23 that needs cleaning; and a Disston #?. (Photo)

272. Five spiral screwdrivers including a large Decatur Coffin Co.; an early ??; smaller DECATUR COFFIN CO.; Goodell Bros; and a smaller Goodell Bros., etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

273. Five assorted hand saws: DISSTON No. 100, with missing handle horn; Disston & Sons No. 12 with 11ppi blade; a DISSTON rip saw with 5ppi blade, medallion missing; and a Disston & Sons with rusty blade and sharpened with unusual tooth pattern. (Photo)

274. Lot: six screwdrivers and a tool handle; Crescent Tool Co. that has a handle that flips over for use a hammer and for added torque when turning a screw; Welders Gas & Supply Co. Sioux Falls, S.D. with similar fold-down handle; WARDS MASTER QUALITY Yankee-type screwdriver, no blades; STANLEY HANDYMAN No. 133H with flat blade; STANLEY HANDYMAN 233H with flat blade in the chuck and three push-drill bits inside the handle; a Millers Falls push drill, no bits; and an all-steel tool handle full of different bits. Seven tools in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Three PELOUZE hanging spring scales: DOUBLE DIAL that goes to 300 lbs by 5-lb. increments; WARRANTED ACCURATE with brass face plate that has a 100 lb. capacity; and another with steel plate having a 50 lb. capacity. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. Eight screwdrivers including two that have removable square-shanked bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

277. Pair of nail aprons from Iowa business: WE CARRY a FULL LINE of LUMBER FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE AKRON, IOWA; and MULE-HIDE 'NOT A KICK IN A MILLION FEET' ROOFING AND SHINGLES Brunsville Lumber Co. Brunsville, Iowa. Nice graphics on both. (Photo)

278. Seven assorted push drills: Goodell-Pratt; YANKEE No. 41; Stanley Yankee No. 41 with two oversized bits inside the handle; ENDERS with bits inside handle; Millers Falls No. 100; and Stanley Handyman with five bits inside handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

279. Four small hanging spring scales; one with 24-lb. cap.; an L.F. & C. with 25-lb. cap.; a fish-type scale with 15-lb. cap.; and an unknown make with aluminum body. (Photo & Photo 2)

280. Two pair plier or scissor-like tools: MAC S13 brake spring pliers, very good; and a pair of birthing tongs that come apart easily for when open. (Photo)

281. Three hack saws: Millers Falls No. 014 1/2; WESTHAVEN MFG. CO. with composite handle, very good; and a Disston No. 7 that is missing one of its nuts. (Photo)

282. Large homemade 3-strand wooden rope making machine mounted to a wooden box, comes with a nice homemade aluminum wrench for keeping the twisted strands straight as they come off the machine, Martin used this and his other machines to demonstrate rope making at history day celebrations, and old tractor reunions around northern Iowa, eastern Nebraska, South Dakota and southern Minnesota.

283. WIZARD 4-strand rope making machine by NES MFG. CO. DETROIT MICH., this one says PAT PENDING, it is mounted to a wooden board that can be clamped to a table or bench when being used, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

284. Small homemade 3-strand rope maker, mounted to a wooden board that can be clamped to a table or bench when being used, comes with a homemade aluminum 3-strand wrench, very good overall.

285. Nice homemade rope making display with 3-strand machine on one end, an integral wrench and a piece of finished product. A very nice display. (Photo & Photo 2)

286. Homemade wooden 3-strand rope maker with a homemade 3-strand aluminum wrench a good working rope maker mounted to the end of a fruit box, very good. (Photo)

287. Rope making machine PAT NOV 12. 1907 mounted to three pieces of wood and can be slipped over a fence or the back of a chair and put to work; comes with an old malleable iron wrench used to keep the twisted strands in proper alignment, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

288. Four hack saws including two Millers Falls No. 6; and an unusual VICTOR Massachusetts Saw Works; and a KAY-DEE K-D, June 21, 1921 Patent. (Photo)

289. Hand forged hack saw with wooden handle, very well made. (Photo)

290. Two de-horning saws: Keen Kutter and Disston. The Keen Kutter is very good, the Disston has some rust. (Photo)

291. Four hack saws including one by Star Tool Co. with stars cast into the frame; an unusual KNAPP & ?? BRIDGEPORT CONN; and one unknown make. (Photo)

292. Five hack saws: DIAMOND SAW CO. PAT'D, needs cleaning; WESTHAVEN; DEAN M'F'G CO. CHICAGO; and a UNION. (Photo)

293. Three small keyhole saws including two adjustable PAT AUG. 28, 1877 saw handles. (Photo)

294. Two large Disston meat saws: on top a 24-inch No. 5, complete and very good; and a 22-inch with fancy handle, very good.

295. Large tailor's sad iron, rusty. (Photo)

296. Two meat saws: Disston 20-inch with rounded frame, will clean to very good; and an unknown make with 21-inch blade secured by a cam lever below the handle, very good.

297. Pair of wood bench planes: Stanley 26-inch Liberty Bell jointer, has clunky owner-made tote, will clean to very good; and a Continental 33 1/2-inch wooden jointer with interesting handle, typical nicks and dings, will clean to very good. (Photo)

298. Three saws: unknown make 23-inch butcher's saw, blade has a riveted repair near end, will clean to good usable condition; a scarce 2-man (or woman) deep throated hack saw, handles are rotted but they are good enough to make a pattern from; and on bottom a WILLEN 23-inch meat saw, some rust, will clean to usable condition.

299. Unusual 32-inch 2-man butcher's saw marked CHATILLON on steel back, a few spots of rust, will clean to very good. (Photo)

300. Nice 9-inch rosewood stuffed miter plane with bun handle in front, pivoting rosewood bridge and rosewood wedge, SAMUEL NEWBOULD iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

301. Nice 12-inch rosewood spirit level with with brass top plate and brass feet on ends of bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

302. Nice C. BAYFIELD NOTTINGHAM 20 1/2-inch rosewood stuffed jointer plane with captive gunmetal lever cap, SORBY iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

303. Fine A. MATHIESON & SONS 3C IMPROVED TUBES spirit level, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

304. Unusual 17-inch Chaplin? patent chute or shoot-board plane with brass handle, and knurled brass cap screw, BUCK BROTEHRS iron, small chip in rear of throat, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

305. OHIO TOOL No. 3 screw-arm panel raising plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

306. A. MATHIESON & SONS 17-inch wooden chute or shoot-board plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

307. JACKSON U.S.A. 14-inch steel-backed back saw, complete and very good; plus a HENRY DISSTON No. 68 8-inch dovetail saw, very good. (Photo)

308. MOULSON BROTHERS SHEFFIELD 10-inch brass-backed tenon saw with nice open handle, split nuts securing handle, very good overall. (Photo)

309. R. GROVES & SONS SHEFFIELD 8-inch steel-backed tenon saw, open handle has splinter from left side of top spur, very good overall. (Photo)

310. GREEN PIMLICO 6-inch brass-backed tenon saw, split nuts securing open handle, an expert repair to bottom handle spur, fine overall. (Photo)

311. Like new Woodcraft Supply Sheffield (England) cabinet screwdriver; and a W.H. CLAY SHEFFIELD saw wrest with split-nut screwdriver in end of handle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Pair of smaller try squares: one with boxwood and brass handle, 6.25-inch blade, light pitting on blade, good overall; and one with 2 7/8-inch blade, nice rosewood handle, light pitting on blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

313. Little pump drill with brass flywheel, and collet chuck, very good. (Photo)

314. English 6-inch try square with fine rosewood handle, very good. (Photo)

315. Fine 18th Century 1/8-inch mortise chisel with P-R touch mark, likely a later handle, very good overall. (Photo)

316. Wm. Marples & Sons striking knife, fine overall; plus an unmarked smaller striking knife, very good. (Photo)

317. Lot of three assorted drawbore pins one with boxwood handle and brass ferrule. (Photo & Photo 2)

318. Rare I. SORBY wheelwright's bruzz, used to mortise the holes in wagon hubs, first we have seen or sold. (Photo)

319. Cabinetmaker's mahogany square and template, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

320. Nice 18th century outside caliper, one wing on the wing nut is broken off, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Buck 8-inch dovetail saw with brass back, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Early 5 1/2-inch pair of dividers, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Tiny 4 1/2-inch brass backed dovetail saw, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Unknown patented bevel with rosewood and brass handle, and nice 8-inch steel blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Unmarked rosewood and brass marking gage, six round brass pieces inlaid into wear surface of head, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. HAZBON LONDON brass backed dovetail saw with 5-inch blade, wooden blade protector, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Fine rosewood and brass marking and mortise gauge with brass wear strip inlaid into top of beam for locking screw to bear against, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. Unmarked steel bullnose rabbet plane with faint U.S. mark on blade, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Stanley #13 compass plane, Q-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Chaplin's Patent 9-inch iron smooth plane, good TOWER & LYON blade, tote cracked along the back side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. Pair of iron block planes: early #110, complete and very good; and a double ended Millers Falls No. 68, complete and in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Early Stanley #130 double ended block plane with patent date on blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Stanley 4-Square iron block plane, complete with SW-logo blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

334. Stanley #118P unbreakable steel block plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Stanley BEDROCK #608 RT iron jointer plane, fine BB-logo blade, very good tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Stanley #6C Type 11 iron fore plane, hardwood tote with glued horn, nice rosewood tall knob, very good BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Keen Kutter (Stanley) K6 iron fore plane made on early Bedrock-style frame, fine rosewood tote and low knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

338. Stanley OH5 Two-Tone maroon and yellow paint, nice original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Stanley BEDROCK No. 605C RT iron jack plane, tote broken and glued, good low knob, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Scarce Muhl Patent DEO4C Diamond Edge smooth plane, tote spur has been broken off and nailed back on, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Rare Type 1 Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with toothing blade, very good overall.(Photo)

342. Pair of iron block planes: Stanley #220 complete and fine; and an early #9 1/2? with adjustable throat, complete and very good. (Photo)

343. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, fine Q-logo iron, very good tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo)

344. Unusual Sargent No. 722C Auto-Set iron jointer with tilting front handle, nice original blade, very good original wood, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

345. Stanley #248 weatherstripping plane with one blade, the original pre-stop rods, very good overall. (Photo)

346. John J. Waldman Improved Wire measuring machine that would have sat in a hardware store and been used to measure lengths of wire for the customers. (Photo)

347. C.S. OSBORNE leather skiver, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Brunner Foundry & Machinery Co. hand cranked corn sheller, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Nice wooden panel gage with multiple points; and an early wooden clapboard siding gage, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Fine decorated and dated 1884 flax brake with German writing that translates into My Luck and House Rest in God's House Wilhelmina Gnan 1884, has colored tree decorations on the ends, very rare. Used to brake the flax hull so that the inner fibers could be removed and run thru a flax comb. One of the nicest Pennsylvania Dutch pieces we have ever seen or sold, and would look good in any collection of decorative antiques. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. Nice blacksmith made screw box that cuts threads on two different sized dowels. (Photo)

352. Vintage handle forming bench and vise. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. Millers Falls folding barn-beam boring machine with egg-shaped crank handles, two bits included, very good overall. (Photo)

354. Bee keeper's smoker used to calm the hive when harvesting honey, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Unusual and interesting FIRE bucket with bulged out bottom, said to be bulged so it would not be stolen, would have been passed thru the hands of a bucket brigade. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. New Haven Clock Co. CORYDON mantel clock with cast iron body, intact pendulum, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. Wooden wash or laundry stick 28-inches long, very good. (Photo)

358. Two mauls: a long-handled model with heavy brass body with wooden faces, very good; and a steel or iron maul with ill-fitting handle. (Photo)

359. Nice hand cranked grinder, bracket that supports it is marked L.C.S. CO.

360. FAIRMOUNT RP52 non-sparing sledge hammer, very good. (Photo)

361. IRON CITY pick, complete and fine. (Photo)

362. The Doty Saw FILER & SET by the DOTY MFG. CO. DAYTON OHIO, hand cranked band saw blade filer and setter, appears to be in working condition, mounted to a wooden base which in turn is mounted to another, larger wooden base. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. Pair of wooden framed buck saws; the one on the right had a very partial H. DISSTON paper label with Dec. 11, 1888 patent date attached to one handle, it was falling off so we've put it into a plastic bag and taped it to that handle, it too is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. Two crosscut saws; 64-inch and 66-inch, the 66 has a welded repair near end of blade blade; the 64-inch model has light rust on both sides, will clean to usable condition, all four handles are very good.

365. Pair of wooden framed buck saws; the one on the left is little used and fine; the one on the right shows wear but is intact. (Photo)

366. Crosscut saw 72-inch blade, nice handles, with light cleaning will be very good.

367. Three saws: two wooden handled pruning type saws; and a homemade shallow turning saw with top of frame made from round stock and sides of flat stock. (Photo)

368. Three crosscut saws: on top a 53-inch Disston 1 or 2-man has moderate to heavy rust on both sides and bottom of handle repaired with screws; 41-inch 1 or 2-man WARRANTED SUPERIOR with light to moderate rust on both sides; & 48-inch with unusual patented handle PAT. DEC. 31,'75, blade has a few spots of pitting from a previous cleaning.

369. Lot: six assorted saws: DISSTON pruning saw; CHEFSAW by HORNSBY & MCKINLEY HOLLYWOOD, CALIF; drywall saw; Millers Falls keyhole saw; little peg saw; tiny wooden handled saw out of a childs' tool kit; and a piece of a gate latch. (Photo & Photo 2)

370. Six saws: four meat saws including ones by JENNINGS GRIFFIN MFG, and GOODELL-PRATT; plus two dehorning? saws marked E.C. ATKINS INDPLS IND. U.S.Q.M.C. (Quartermaster Corps). (Photo & Photo 2)

371. Nice little chain-driven FIRE FLY GRINDER in nickel plating, has a modern stone installed, very good.

372. New Old Stock HANSA ECUADOR corn knife, fine. (Photo)

373. Pair of folding handle drawknives, the one on top is a GREENLEE, the left hand does not line up properly, otherwise it is fine. (Photo)

374. Millers Falls breast drill with auxiliary breast plate, very good. (Photo)

375. Reproduction 1807 Harper's Ferry Flintlock Pistol, a nice looking representation, Made in Italy, 16.5 inches long, .58 caliber, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

376. Reproduction of a Civil War era parade sword with scabbard, the sword fits loosely in the scabbard, looks just fine. (Photo)

377. Reproduction single shot cap & ball pistol marked CMC with a five digit number followed by the letter A, comes with brass ram rod, handle a bit clunky, very good overall. (Photo)

378. Oak display case these guns were displayed in 25.5 x 21.5 x 4.5 inches, need lock hasp replaced. (Photo)

379. Little single shot rimfire boot pistol, not sure of the age or manufacturer, as there are no visible markings. very good overall. (Photo)

380. Reproduction of an 1830 Darling pepper box cap & ball pistol, marked AIS on left side of frame, appears to have been fired at least a few time, and the brass has some oxidation, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

381. Unknown make double barreled, muzzle loading percussion-cap shot gun. If nothing else it will look great on the wall of your den or man cave. (Photo)


382. Three books: TOOLS Working Wood in Eighteenth Century America by James M. Gaynor and Nancy L. Hagedorn; Kitchen Antiques 1790-1940 by Kathryn McNerney; and OLD TOOLS (AND) LOCKS, KEYS, AND CLOSURES With Prices by Jack P. Wood. (Photo)

383. Three books: The Fascinating World of Early Tools & Trades, Selection from THE (EAIA) CHRONICLE Edited by Emil and Martyl Pollak, 1991; Tools For The Trades And Crafts, by Kenneth D. Roberts, 1976; and Decorative Antique Iron Work, a Pictorial Treasury by Henry Rene D'Allemagne. (Photo)

384. Three tool books: A Price Guide to Antique Tools by Herbert P. Kean & Emil S. Pollak 1992; Antique Tools, Our American Heritage by Kathryn McNerney; and Encyclopedia Of Old Tools, Pre-1900 With Price Guide by Jack Wood. (Photo)

385. Seven tool catalog reprints most by the Midwest Tool Collectors Association: Sargent Tool Book, reprinted in 1995; Disston Saws reprinted in 1983; Price List of Jackson & Tyler, Tools And Supplies 1880, reprinted 1993; Hoole Machine and Engraving Works, reprinted in 1985; Zenith Tools and Cutlery, Marshall-Wells HDWE. CO. Duluth, Minn., reprinted in 1985; 1912 North Brothers Mfg. Co. Yankee Tools, reprinted in 1988; and H. CHAPIN'S SON 1890, reprinted in 1986. (Photo)

386. Five books: FORGING THE LINK The History of Sandvik in the United States by William C. McGowan; BRICKS and BRICKMAKING A Handbook for Historical Archaeology by Karl Gurcke; A BOOK OF Spinning Wheels by Joan Whittaker Cummer; AMERICAN ANTIQUE WEATHER VANES The Complete Illustrated Westervelt Catalog of 1883, A.B. & W.T. Westervelt; and EARLY AMERICAN COFFEE MILLS Patent History and Guide for Collectors by Michael L. White and Derek S. White. (Photo)

387. WOODWORKING PLANES A Descriptive Register of Wooden Planes by Alvin Sellens, dust jacket torn at edge crease otherwise fine. (Photo)

388. Scarce THE HAMMER the KING of TOOLS book by RON BAIRD and DAN COMERFORD A COLLECTORS HANDBOOK, long out of print and not likely to be reproduced, fine. (Photo)

389. Two books: A Guide To American Wooden Planes AND THEIR MAKERS by Emil & Martyl Pollak published in 1983; and BROAD AXES by James Douglas Gamble, 1986, both books very good. (Photo)

390. Four large MWTCA Tool Catalog Reprints: TOOLS MACHINERY BLACKSMITH SUPPLIES, SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., reprinted 1984; AMERICAN TOOLS BUCK & HICKMAN LIMITED, LONDON, reprinted 1989; PRICE LIST No. 13 C.E. JENNINGS, reprinted 1985; and THE AMERICAN AXE AND TOOL CO., reprinted 1981. (Photo)

391. Lot of ten assorted tool and tool related books and reprinted catalogs: 1914 HENRY DISSTON, reprinted by Roger Smith 1984; NEW BRITAIN THE HARDWARE CENTER, reprinted by MWTCA 1994; 1904 ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of the HENRY CHENEY HAMMER CO., reprinted by MWTCA 2003; BUFF & BERGER Engineers' and Surveyors' INSTRUMENTS 1897, reprinted by MWTCA 2004; STANLEY TOOLS 1991 Pocket Price Guide (water damaged); Stanley Tools 1990 Price Guide; 1913 Directions for Operating The SHERWOOD IMPROVED HAND ROPE AND WIRE CABLING MACHINE, reprinted; The Cabinetmaker's Guide, reprinted by MWTCA 2011; A CAPTAIN OF INDUSTRY, The Story of DAVID MAYDOLE Inventor of the Aze-Eye Hammer, 1917, reprinted in 1985 by Tom Witte; BENCH WORK IN WOOD by GOSS, 1901, reprinted by MWTCA 1997. (Photo)

392. Three tool books: A TREATISE ON FILES JOHN NICHOLSON FILE CO., 1878, reprinted by EAIA in 1983; Ronal S. Barlow's The Antique TOOL COLLECTOR'S GUIDE TO VALUE; and, perhaps the rarest of all, HAMMERS Booklet by Dr. Ron Baird (Author of the THE HAMMER), the first page which was likely the original cover says “THIS BOOKLET CONTAINING FOUR HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT HAMMER OR HAMMER RELATED PATENT RECORDS COMPILED BY: DR. RON BAIRD RT. 1, BOX 331-AA, FAIR GROVE, MISSOURI, 65648, 1986. This is probably the research that launched the book. (Photo)

393. Four books: A GUIDE TO AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES AND THEIR MAKERS (Second Edition) by Emil & Martyl Pollak, 1987; THE STANLEY PLANE A History And Descriptive Inventory by Alvin Sellens, this the book from which all flow charts on Stanley planes were based. the dust jacket is discolored and tatty around the edge but the book itself is fine; Antique & Collectible STANLEY TOOLS A Guide to Identity and Value by John Walters, 1990; and BLACKSMITHS' and FARRIERS' TOOLS at Shelburne Museum, second edition 1981. (Photo)

394. Lot of 11 tool-related publications including 9 MWTCA reprints: KEEN KUTTER 1930 CUTLERY and TOOLS, reprinted 1984; Otto Young & Co. Chicago, Ills. Tools and Material Catalogue 1893, reprinted 1998; The 1998 Catalogue of Antique Tools by Martin J. Donnelly; The Tool Collector Magazine Issue No. 2, JAN. 1984, by John B. Cline; United Hardware & Tool Corporation FULTON Catalog No. 40, 1925, reprinted 1983; A.J. WILKINSON & CO., reprinted 2001; WOOD WORKING edited by Paul N. Hasluck, 1905, reprinted 1987; Millers Falls Cagalog 42, reprinted 1999; The National Saw Co., 1895, reprinted 2006; J.M. WATERSTON TOOLS AND FACTORY SUPPLIES CATALOGUE No. 25, reprinted 1996; and a packet of small Stanley Instruction pamphlets, and booklets that were released with some of that tools produced by them, reprinted by MWTCA in 2002. (Photo)

395. Lot of books, booklets, and pamphlets related to tools and woodworking; Manual of Home Repairs, Remodeling & Maintenance by Grosset and Dunlap; a 1928 MAKING THINGS WITH TOOLS by A. NEELY HALL; WOOD CARVING by Percy W. Blandford; THE HOME WORKSHOP copyright 1936 South Bend Lathe Works; New Beauty Spots for every home; HOW-TO-DO-IT Book for Home Workshops, but E.C. Atkins & Co. 1936; PRACTICAL DELTA PROJECTS NEW & NOVEL THINGS TO MAKE, Book 3; PRACTICAL DELTA PROJECTS NEW & NOVEL THINGS TO MAKE, Book 4; Stanley Tools Repair Parts Catalog 19 (several copies)

396. Lot: The Vanishing American Outhouse by Ronald S. Barlow Privy Plans, Photographs, Poems and Folklore, 1989; Six issues of the Early American Industries Association publication the CHRONICLE published between 1988 and 1997 and few other tool related pieces of paper. (Photo)

397. FOLDING SAWING MACHINE CO. drag saw, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

398. Large 27-in. round sawmill blade, let your favorite saw-painting lady paint your favorite Currier & Ives scene on it and hang it in the shop.

399. Lot of five saws including a de-horning saws and four hack saws, one a Goodell Pratt. (Photo)

400. Very good Rt. TOWELL LONDON 10-inch rosewood stuffed miter plane with Cupids bow bridge, dovetailed construction, some fine pitting, good SORBY iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Nice 11-inch rosewood spirit level with decorative brass top plate, and brass feet on ends of bottom, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Nice 3/4-inch rosewood stuffed steel rabbet plane, faint EDINBERGH makers mark, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

403. Unusual 9-inch spirit level with sliding vial covers or portholes on the top, polished brass plates on top and bottom, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

404. Nice 8-inch gunmetal 1 1/2-inch shoulder plane with applied steel sole, Wm. MARPLES iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Nice 8-inch A. MATHIESON & SONS 6tC ebony spirit level with brass top plate and brass feet, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

406. MATHIESON Scotch brace with iron frame and rosewood or cocobolo pad, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. Sheffield style wooden brace with brass chuck, beech body and lignum pad, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Unusual wooden coachmaker's router with steel wear plate, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Pair of English try squares: DAVID FLATHER SHEFFIELD 12-inch, nice rosewood handle, nice brass bolsters, very good; and a similar unknown make 12-inch good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

410. Pair of brass trammel points with steel points and steel screws, 6 1/2-inches long overall, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

411. Rare rosewood & brass holder for hand scraper blades, with boxwood wedge, marked MELHUISH, FETTER LANE E.C., very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

412. Small Preston-style brass plumb bob with removable steel top and steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

413. Lot: two forged bench stops; and two try squares one nickel-plated brass; and one with solid brass handle and 4-inch steel blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

414. Unusual brass plumb bob with steel point, two unscrews just above the band of fine knurling, very good. (Photo)

415. Pair of levels: 7-inch brass spirit level mounted to a brass base, very good; and a large 5 1/2-inch line level, no makers mark visible. (Photo)

416. Nicely shaped steel plumb bob. (Photo)

417. Pair of pin vises; one with wooden handle and one with brass handle, both employ a collet-type chuck. (Photo & Photo 2)

418. Medium sized Preston-style brass plumb bob with removable brass top, steel tip, very good overall. (Photo)

419. Lot of three early screw plates, all very good. (Photo)

420. Pair of brass plumb bobs: (Photo)

421. Fine wooden spokeshave; and an early jeweler's saw frame with wooden handle, the frame has some pitting and the handle is cracked. (Photo)

422. Miniature wooden and brass brace made by Titus Johnson of Waverly Nebraska and given or sold to his good pal Mark Lynott. The disc on top of the pad says TJ 1980 indicating the year this brace was made. Titus died in 1993. A nearly identical brace also made by Titus appears on page 176 of the book The Art of Fine Tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

423. Pair of 4-inch brass trammel points with steel points, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

424. English-made 4-inch center adjusting pocket or bicycle nut wrench, similar to ABDINGDON or KING DICK, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

425. Scarce Davis L.&T. CO. machinist pocket level 4 1/2 inches long overall with nice acorn finials, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

426. Three little screwdrivers including one that looks like an early Stanley #45, #55 plane but with trademark on blade we have never seen; one with nested screwdrivers inside brass handle; and smaller one with cracked handle and brass ferrule. (Photo & Photo 2)

427. Brass bullnose rabbet plane 3 inches long, 1/2-inch blade, nice rosewood wedge, complete and fine; plus a brass patternmaker's shave, very good. (Photo)

428. Unmarked Stanley-type pocket level with brass top, can be attached to a square, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

429. Pair of ink erasers for erasing ink when writing on rag paper, one with rosewood handle and one with some type of early plastic. (Photo)

430. Unmarked Davis Level & Tool Co. 3 1/2-inch machinist pocket level with acorn finials, can be clamped to a square, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. Nicely decorated 5-inch brass outside caliper. (Photo & Photo 2)

432. Small JOSEPH MARPLES sliding bevel with rosewood and brass handle, 5-inch blade, some very minor pitting on blade, very good. (Photo)

433. J. RABONE & SONS 2 1/2-inch engineers pocket level, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

434. Small 4-inch wooden spokeshave, complete and very good; and a early pair of brass drafting or navigational dividers with steel points, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. PIERCE ARROW 5-in. center adjusting nut wrench by the Billings and Spencer Co., complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

435A. Wooden platform that an old wood stove was sitting on, has inked advertising for WABASH SCREEN DOOR CO. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. on one side, a decorative pattern on the other side and it's banded with tin on around the outside. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Stanley #12 with 1858 patent date on the brass nut, fine SW blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Stanley #41 Millers Patent plow plane with nice wraparound fence, tote spur is partially sheared off, no blades good for parts or restoration. (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Scarce Keen Kutter 9 3/4 iron block plane by Ohio Tool Co. Would have originally had a tail handle that is no longer with it, but the star screw remains, very good overall; plus a Stanley #102 complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

439. Stanley #81 cabinet scraper with fine nickel plating, fine SW blade, very good overall. (Photo)

440. Scarce Rogers Patent Miter Planer, made by Millers Falls on U.S. Pat. NO. 264,766 issued Sept. 19, 1882 to David C. Rogers of Greenfield, Mass. This one is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

441. Stanley #48 tongue & groove plane, early model with cast heads on cap screws, vine casting in handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

442. Stanley #49 tongue & groove plane, early model with vine casting in handle, fine overall. Photo & Photo 2)

443. Three hammers: large stone hammer marked CROW & HOLDEN CO. BARRE, VT, similar to blacksmith rounding hammer; unusual hammer with curved claw coming off the back side; and a strapped French cobblers hammer with some pitting. (Photo)

444. Six assorted IOHN GREEN hollow and round wooden molding planes: No. 7 hollow; 4 hollow; 13 hollow; 13 round; & 17 hollow, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

445. Lot of three hammers: unusual tack hammer with upturned tack lifter; a riveting-type hammer with tack lifter on end of handle; and an unusual ball peen type. (Photo)

446. Lot of four IOHN GREEN moulding planes: three with complex profiles; and one narrow rabbet with considerable number of bug holes. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. Three early forged hammers: cobbler type; small claw type; and a strapped claw type. (Photo)

448. Three IOHN GREEN wooden moulding planes: wide complex profile; 9/16-inch slip-boxed side bead; and a narrow one with bug holes and damage from striking the heel. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. Pair of hammer: early forged cobbler's hammer; and a hex shaped brass hammer. (Photo)

450. Greenleaf-type walking wheel log caliper with original wheel, fine brass, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

451. Lot of gauges; two panel gauges; and five assorted wooden marking gauges. (Photo & Photo 2)

452. Pair of mallets, one has iron head with replaceable wooden faces. (Photo & Photo 2)

453. Pair of ice tongs: on left a medium sized GIFFORD-WOOD C0. and on right a pair advertising the MULLEN & ROURKE COAL & ICE CO., both need cleaning. (Photo)

454. Three hand drills including a nice Goodell-Pratt 2-speed; and a Stanley HY-LO DRIVE H12203. (Photo)

455. Pair of drawknives: Perfect Handle and Bridge Tool Co. (St. Louis) both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

456. Four assorted tool handles including a nice rosewood model with set of ten bits. (Photo)

457. Pair of bitstock tools: medium sized dowel or spoke pointer; and an A.A. WOODS patent adjustable hollow auger. (Photo)

458. LOT: two broad axe heads and a shingle froe. (Photo)

458. Unusual STANLEY NO. 55 KNAPP & SPENCER SIOUX CITY IOWA hand saw with 26-inch 9ppi blade, nice etch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

459. Goodell? brace with integral adjustable hollow auger, wooden top handle in poor shape and needing to be replaced. (Photo & Photo 2)

460. HENRY DISSTON & SONS 28 1/2-inch No. 9 hand saw with three patent dates stamped into handle, good etch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

461. Lot: JOIC CLAWSON hand drill with head and handle that can be adjusted into many different positions and directions, has storage inside handle, very good overall; and a drill type tool that was originally intended to rotate cream separator plates in a cleaning solution, this one converted to a screwdriver. (Photo)

462. Pair of Disston D8 hand saws: 28-inch 5ppi blade, thumb hole handle, good overall; and a 28-inch 5ppi blade, needs cleaning. (Photo)

463. E.C. STEARNS patent AUG. 22, 1899 cam locking saw vise, can be mounted to a bench, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

464. Unusual KNAPP & SPENCER SIOUX CITY, IOWA MONARCH No. 35 hand saw with 28-inch 5 1/2ppi blade, nice etch, some rust near end of blade, will clean to good overall.

465. P. LOWENTRAUT patent brace wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

466. HENRY DISSTON & SONS rip saw with 28-inch 5ppi blade, nice thumb-hole handle, very good overall. (Photo)

467. Atkins-made combination drill brace missing the crank handle for the drill, and the wooden wrist handle is split and needing to be glued. (Photo & Photo 2)

468. Three fixer upper hand saws: WINCHESTER with improper handle, faint etch on lightly pitted 26-inch blade; DISSTON & SONS 26-inch, 4ppi rip saw with thumb hole handle, good overall; and a DISSTON & SONS No. 12 1/2 with 28-inch 5ppi blade, some light rust, handle has a few small cracks will clean to good. (Photo)

469. McClellan Patent corner brace, the original U-bolt that secures the stock is MIA; otherwise very good. (Photo)

470. Early HENRY DISSTON No. 7 with 28-inch 4ppi blade, split nuts, sunken medallion with eagle, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

471. Lot three different rug beaters, great for decorating. (Photo & Photo 2)

472. GRISCER FT. WAYNE IND. PAT. 4/25/22 hand cranked ice shaver, with two different blade inserts, very good overall. (Photo)

473. WESTERN BELLE sad iron with quick-release handle, comes with an unmarked iron trivet or stand, both need light cleaning. (Photo)

474. ARCADE CRYSTAL wall-mounting hand-cranked coffee grinder, the top glass is intact, the bottom glass has been replaced with a sawed off plastic peanut butter jar, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

475. Popcorn roaster for making popcorn over a fire or on top a hot wood stove, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

476. Two different wire hotdog roasters for roasting hot dogs over an open fire, each holds three dogs or brats. (Photo & Photo 2)

477. Patented nickel plated nut cracker mounted to a wooden bowl, the bowl has the word PATENTED stamped into the wood, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

478. The Only Genuine OLD WHITTEMORE PATENT No. 8 WOOL (carder) L.S. WATSON & CO. LEICESTER, MASS, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

479. Unusual PECAN NUT CRACKER PAT. AUG 24, 1914 SCHROETER BROS. HDWE CO. ST. LOUIS MO (Missouri), complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

480. Unusual chain-drive hand-cranked knife sharpener, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

481. Homemade? 25-inch pair of wooden dividers with them locking lever on one leg, has some electrical tape at the bottoms of the legs holding a pencil in one leg and a nail in the other. (Photo & Photo 2)

482. Cobbler's tools: lasting stand with a small child's sized last, plus a spare last marked ADAMS NO. 2.; and a drop forged cobbler's hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

483. Pair of hammers: THOR HAMMER CO. MADE IN ENGLAND copper and rawhide mallet with replaceable faces; and a body hammer for use by those doing auto body work. (Photo)

484. Three assorted screwdrivers: GAY ratcheting model with missing selector switch; a YANKEE ratcheting and reversible screwdriver with one flat bit, very good; and a DECATUR COFFIN CO. spiral screwdriver with replaced handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

485. French-style cobbler's hammer, currently held onto handle with nails. (Photo & Photo 2)

486. Lot: Millers Falls hand drill in need of a good cleaning; and a BRIDGEPORT crate opening hammer and pry tool combined PAT. SEPT. 29, 1908, some pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

487. Fine blacksmith's cat's head turning hammer, short handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

488. Lot: Fine Millers Falls push drill with rosewood handle full of original bits; an all-steel screwdriver; and a Phillips head screwdriver with a handle that folds down to a T position for extra leverage. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. Unusual stone crandle, a specialty hammer for working sandstone. (Photo & Photo 2)

490. NEW STYLE WHITE CEDAR CYLINDER CHURN No. 2 MADE IN U.S.A. 4 GALS. butter churn, complete and fine, nice stenciling on front where crank comes out. (Photo & Photo 2)

491. Estwing blacksmith's rounding hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Stanley clapboard siding gauge and Stanley clapboard siding marker, both very good.

493. Sandusky grasshopper weatherstripping plane; and a two-handed scorp.

494. Scarce OHIO TOOL CO. 020 compass plane (same as Stanley #20) complete and very good.

495. Stanley #12 1/2 cabinet scraper, very good overall.

496. Stanley #113 compass plane with four holes in cutter adjuster wheel, very good overall.

497. Pair of iron block planes: a B-PLANE No. 120, has the cam lever for the lever cap underneath the cap in the rear; some light rust; and a Stanley 7-inch with early knuckle jointed lever cap, adjustable throat, spent iron, with new iron and light cleaning it will be fine.

498. Lowell Wrench Co. 6-inch hand vise, complete and fine. (Photo)

499. Tinner's stake anvil for for making things like candle molds, etc. This one is dirty, rusty and will require considerable work if it's to be put back into service. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. Scarce and fine ebony and brass piano maker's bow drill with bow, complete and very fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

501. Large W. GREAVES & SONS SHEAF WORKS SHEFFIELD try square with 18-inch blade, rosewood handle, some fine pitting on blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

502. Unusual 25-inch Austrian carved wooden jointer with round turned handle in back and a replacement turned handle in the front, early round-top blade has deep touch mark, has early religious cross on top among the other carving, very early and very nice. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

503. Slitting gauge with steel roller under handle, beam graduated in inches, very good overall. (Photo)

504. EARLY European round plane with integral rhino horn front grip, integral D-handle in rear, nicely carved on both sides, skewed blade, probably the earliest plane we have sold. (Photo)

505. Unusual and fine wooden saw vise with large ram's horn nut, stamped four times T.G. BUTCHER, inside of jaws lined with lead, very nice. (Photo)

506. Nice chip-carved horn plane dated 1851, with early cross carved into top, has big chip from right rear side, but still a fine plane overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

507. Rare wash basin radius cutter, almost certainly made in England, mahogany and brass construction, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

508. Wooden spokeshave with screw adjusted blade, marked Nash & Kay Sheffield, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

509. Ebony spokeshave, most likely from England, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

510. L&I.J. WHITE No. 5 curved cooper's drawknife, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

511. Pair of drawbore pins 1/4-inch and 5/16-inch mismatched handles, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

512. English pad saw with beech handle and brass business end, intact blade stored inside the handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

513. Mathieson & Son wooden chamfer plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

514. Ebony handled pad saw with brass business end, intact blade stored inside, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

515. Lot of four wooden sash templates including two saddle templates for gothic muntin bars, two have brass ends, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

516. Matched pair of mahogany winding sticks, one with animal product targets, both very good; plus a single stick from another pair. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Stanley? rosewood and brass marking and mortise gauge, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

518. FINE John Moseley & Son Bloomsbury rosewood stuffed bullnose rabbet plane, with jester logo on blade, the best we've seen. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Rosewood and brass Ultimatum-style slitting gauge with full brass plate on bearing surface of head, cracked in head near screw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

520. Early Mathieson & Son 6 1/2-inch dividers, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

521. Mathieson & Son Glasgow rosewood and brass Ultimatum-Style marking and mortise gauge, little used, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

522. Lot: chairmaker's spoon bit; boxwood wedge-locking marking gauge; a Wm. Marples drawer-lock mortising chisel, fine; and a rare sashmaker's quill bit with brass collar, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

523. Fine wooden grain scoop or shovel, one of the nicest we have seen. (Photo & Photo 2)

524. Lot: small brace type tool with integral bit; and four hand vises. (Photo & Photo 2)

525. Lightning rod 65-inches tall overall with purple colored glass ball, very good. (Photo)

526. Three little iron block planes: Stanley #101 with Rule & Level Co. logo iron, faint model number cast into bed along with S foundry mark, very good; a Stanley #100 with squirrel tail handle, Rule & Level Co. logo blade, will clean to very good; and an unknown make 5-inch model with squirrel-tail handle, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

527. Pair of wooden planes: Ohio Tool 1 1/4-inch skewed side rabbet, needs light cleaning, very good; and a moving filletster with screw-operated depth stop, intact nicker, faint H.L. JAMES WMSBURG MASS. mark. (Photo & Photo 2)

528. Five iron block planes: Sargent #207, rusty and needing a cleaning; Stanley #110; Stanley #220 later model; and Stanley #220 earlier model, all needing a light cleaning; and a FULTON? #103-size that needs a cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

529. Three wooden planes: PRATT & CO. BUFFALO adjustable sash, missing both irons but the wedges are intact, very good; an Ohio Tool coffin-shaped No. 3 smoother; and an unknown make panel raiser with owner added fence, blade secured with iron lever cap by a thumb screw in the rear. (Photo & Photo 2)

530. Lot of four iron block planes including a low angle Stanley that is missing the adjuster nut off the end of the screw; Keen Kutter KK103; Stanley #103; and Union Tool Co. #103, all in need of a light cleaning.

531. Lot of three hand vises one marked ? ; one unmarked and one marked MADE IN U.S.A., all very good. (Photo)

532. Five little block planes: Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet, very good; an KUNTZ in green paint, very good; an WIL-KRO razor plane; a Sargent or Craftsman; and a Stanley H101P pressed steel, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

533. Lot of four smaller hand vises including a jeweler? type with sliding collar used to tighten, all very good. (Photo)

534. Slitting gauge with wheel under the handle, a spare blade attached to the side of the handle, beam graduated in eighths of an inch, appears to be manufactured, good; and a L&IJ WHITE cooper's drawknife with wooden handles, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

535. Pair of unusual tools: mystery tongs that open when the button on tops is pushed down, marked PAT 1867 or 1887, very good; and a s(Photo)

536. Lot of seven iron block planes including a SHELTON pressed steel; a Stanley Handyman with red lever cap; a low angle Stanley with brown japanning; and two stamped or pressed steel models on that looks like it came from child's tool kit; plus two parts planes one with an ingenious repair for a broken lever cap, the owner took and old bench plan front, turned it upside down and used it for the lever cap. (Photo & Photo 2)

537. Small 6-inch horn plane, very good; plus a special purpose mystery tool made out of the handle for a wooden bench plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

538. Pair of bench planes: Scioto Tool 22-inch wooden jointer with OHIO TOOL CO. blade, very good; and a REVONOC 15-inch transitional jack plane, tote spur broken off, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

539. Four bench planes: German horned smoother with D.R. BARTON tapered iron and PEUGEOT FRERES chipbreaker, complete and very good; Gage 24-inch jointer missing top of tote, and repair in left side of body; 22-inch wooden jointer, will clean to very good; and a D. MALLOCH PERTH wooden badger plane with nice THOS IBBOTSON iron and chip breaker, the handle needs to be re-glued into its mortise or set with a screw. (Photo & Photo 2)

540. Three edge tools: 7/8-inch corner chisel, will clean to very good; 1-inch BUCK BROS. gouge, some light rust, will clean to fine; and a WOODCOCK SHEFFIELD 1-inch tang firmer, good overall. (Photo)

541. Pair of wood planes: Union Factory No. 133, 1 1/8-inch twin-iron nosing plane, fine overall; and an unknown make moving filletster plane with intact nicker and brass depth stop, dovetailed boxwood boxing, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

542. BELDEN MACHINE NEW HAVEN CONN. slaters ripping hook for working on slate roofs, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

543. Lot: five iron planes and a scraper: SHELTON No. 04 smooth plane, will clean to very good; SHELTON 7-inch block plane, complete, needs cleaning; Keen Kutter K120, needs knob and cleaning; unknown make No. 110 type, needs knob and cleaning; and a 6-inch Sargent? with knuckle jointed lever cap, needs cleaning, very good overall; and a Diamond Edge long handled scraper, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

544. Blacksmith made three tined nail rake for getting nails out of a wooden keg in a hardware store, very good; and a mystery tool with a sharpe slightly radiused cutting edge at one end; and a sharp point at the other end.

545. Large combination rasp and file 26-inches long overall, some rust; and a W. BUTCHER 1 1/2-inch turning gouge, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

546. NICHOLS MFG. OTTUMWA IA take-down rafter square, has a little solder where the two halves come together, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

547. Unknown make try square with 22-inch blade, mahogany with brass handle, has brass pin for overhanging, very good. (Photo)

548. Unknown make take-down rafter or framing square, very good overall. (Photo)

549. Lot of six assorted metallic block planes: 8-inch pressed steel model with wooden front knob; unknown with knuckle jointed lever cap, two chunks out of right side; Stanley 6-inch with hang hole thru the toe; TWIX pressed steel; Union No. 227 with improper knob and missing the locking lever from the lever cap; and an American Tool & Foundry model toy plane, all have light to moderate rust that will need cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

550. DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. 18-inch cast iron inclinometer level with fancy filigree casting, brass dial, intact bubble, missing the little pointer on the face of the dial, but the they are being reproduced and the screw is present, very good overall. (Photo)

551. Early H. DISSTON 28-inch 5 1/2ppi rip saw with die stamped blade, H. DISSTON PHILA medallion with eagle and having split nuts, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

552. Pair of Continental gents or penny braces: on left is an H. BOKER, complete and very good; one on right looks like JOHNS & SOHN, has cracked wrist handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

553. Lot three hand saws all with rust and needing cleaning: Disston 28-inch 5ppi rip with thumb hole handle; 28-inch 5ppi rip with steel plate on one side of handle and having domed nuts; and a D8 with 28-inch 4ppi blade, top handle spur broken off. (Photo)

554. Pair of braces: brass plated Sheffield wood brace missing the button that would release the bit, good overall; and a Scandinavian steel brace with wooden top handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

555. Disston D-42 VICTORY hand saw with 26-inch 5 1/2ppi blade, light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo)

556. Yankee NO. 50 ratcheting reversible Archimdian drill, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

557. Lot of six fixer upper hand saws: well worn Disston D8; worn Bishop; E.C. ATKINS; unknown make with steel plate on one side of handle; and two more Disston. (Photo)

558. A.H. REED Patent, DEC. 12, 1882, spiral bitstock screwdriver, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

559. Large pair L.S. STARRETT outside calipers that open to about 5 feet and have a fine adjusting screw, very good overall; plus a smaller Starrett outside caliper that opens to about 28 inches, both have light rust and will clean to very good usable condition. (Photo)

560. Lot of four ratchet braces: BRIDGE (St. Louis); SAMSON; No. 429; etc. (Photo)

561. Two small outside calipers, one with micro adjusting screw, has light rust and will need to be cleaned. (Photo)

562. Rusby Patent extension drill, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

563. Large pair of Starrett inside/outside calipers with micro adjuster; and three other pair of outside calipers, all have light rust and will need cleaning. (Photo)

564. Lot of four assorted T-augers. (Photo & Photo 2)

565. Small pony shave, missing the ferrule on one side, good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

566. Lot of three plumb bobs: 8.25-inch model with removable steel top, removable brass top, very good; 4.5-inch solid brass model with steel point; and a small all-steel GOODELL-PRATT TOOLSMITHS model, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

567. Incomplete 20th CENTURY brace wrench, that is missing the top portion of the brace, what is here can be used a combination pipe, nut and bit wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

568. Pair of WINCHESTER ice skates, good overall. (Photo)

569. Pair of drawknives: patented model with rotating handles, good overall; and a small unknown make pony shave, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

570. Millers Falls No. 5 ratcheting T-auger handle, very good overall; plus a smith forged T-handled gimlet bit, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

571. Four assorted plumb bobs: Starrett-type that may contain mercury; a hex shaped steel model with removable brass top, some rust; Millers Falls 7 1/2-oz. with smashed point; and a unknown make with decal on side. (Photo & Photo 2)

572. All-steel T-auger handle; and a nice smith made bottoming auger with wooden T-handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

573. GEO PARR 3-inch slick, some pitting and edge needing to be resharpened, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

574. Pair of 26-inch Disston hand saws: 26-inch D8 with 11ppi blade, light rust, will clean to very good; and a D8 with 6ppi blade, thumb-hole handle, light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

575. Pair of meat saws; on top is a Millers Falls No. 320 with 21-inch blade, very good overall; unknown make on bottom has an 11-inch blade, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

576. Nice 31-inch English turnscrew or screwdriver, a little light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

577. Patented (Oct. 2, 1923) brace-type wire twister for putting together fruit boxes, complete and very good. (Photo)

578. Pair of Disston hand saws: NINTEEN FORTY SPECIAL 26-inch 8ppi blade, will clean to very good; and a 28-inch H. DISSTON sunken medallion, light rust on blade, top handle spur broken, will clean to good. (Photo & Photo 2)

579. Lot: iron leather slitter, needs cleaning; a bearing scraper, very good; crank necked float marked WARRANTED CAST STEEL MADE IN USA; and a PLUMB 2336 mystery tool. (Photo)

580. Lot of three panel-sized hand saws: unknown make saws with KEEN KUTTER medallion; Sandvick machine etched handle, and an unmarked blade; unknown make (tag says BROWN 3) with three split nut screws securing handle, light rust, will clean to very good; and a DIAMOND EDGE NO. 115 with chip from end of blade and a few kinks, nice handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

581. Wooden framed wheelwrights fellow saw? has numerous bug holes, nice form. (Photo & Photo 2)

582. Interesting wooden framed saw with owner's tag saying it came from Norway in 1892 and identifying it as a ship carpenters rip saw, blade tightened by turning two square headed bolts with course threads, crude yet very cool. (Photo & Photo 2)

583. Hand cranked pea huller in original green paint, very good overall. (May be a mate to lot 587) (Photo & Photo 2)

584. White Mountain Apple Peeler, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

585. Cork sizer mounted to a block of wood, could also be used to crack nuts. (Photo & Photo 2)

586. Nice wooden bodied coffee or spice mill with decorative cast iron top, intact crank and intact wooden drawer in the bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

587. Unusual hand cranked pea shucker that mounts to a table, complete and very good. (Likely a mate to lot #583) (Photo & Photo 2)

588. Three HOWELL GENEVA sad irons one with with unusual thumb-operated quick-release handle, all very good. (Photo)

589. Marble rolling pin, complete and very good. (Photo)

590. Wooden rolling pin, complete and very good. (Photo)

591. Unusual rolling pin perhaps for rolling out spaghetti noodles or something similar, appears to have been made out of laminated wood and a piece of the laminate is missing from one handle, comes with a stand, very good. (Photo)

592. Small DOVER NO. 2 sad iron with removable tin top and a tiny fish-shaped trivet or stand. (Photo & Photo 2)

593. Lot: two sad irons; one has the number 7 cast into a shield on the top and the other has the same shield with the number 8 cast into it; plus a gold colored trivet or stand, looks modern. (Photo & Photo 2)

594. Enterprise No. 5 hand-cranked tinned food chopper, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

595. Unusual hand cranked bean slicer or snijbonen, marked THE EAGLE ENGINEERING CO. SPRINGFIELD OHIO, mounts to a table or bench, the handle has been repaired, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

596. Cast iron 7-cob corn muffin pain marked 27C on bottom, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

597. ROLLMAN MFG. CO. MT. JOY, PENN. cherry stoner, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

598. Hand cranked snitzler for beans, has decal on side saying SNITZLER MODERN HEALTH PRODUCT SUPPLY CO. MILWAUKEE, WIS., complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

599. Hand cranked SCHROETER VEGETABLE GRATER NO. 10, in old blue paint, mounts to a bench or table, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

600. A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW 17-inch wooden badger plane, has neat brass plate spanning the throat opening on the side, nice closed handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

601. MATHIESON & SONS GLASGOW 9/16-inch lock mortise chisel, handle is bruised, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

602. Unusual and interesting 18th century wooden grain measuring bucket with wrought iron rings and having touch marks of Standards Inspections, first we have seen or sold. (Photo & Photo 2)

603. SORBY 3/8-inch lock mortise chisel, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

604. Wooden 10 3/4-inch horn plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

605. English 24-inch turnscrew or screwdriver with J-W-P owner initials in one side of blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

606. English? 3 7/8-inch smooth plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

607. Early horn scrub plane with turned front handle, has old collection tag No. 87 on back below blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

608. A. MATHIESON & SONS 3 1/8-inch wooden bullnose plane with brass plate on toe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

609. Irish 7-inch iron chariot plane, has been painted black, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

610. Wooden horn plane with chip carving around base, dated 1843 on side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

611. Archimedes drill with flyball weight, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

612. A. RIDGE & SONS strapped claw hammer, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

613. Early strapped claw hammer, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

614. Cincinnati Tool Co. round or convex spokeshave, nice wooden handles, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

615. PRESTON'S PATENT chamfer shave with intact guides, screw adjusted blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

616. English tallow pot with sliding brass lid, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

617. Davis Level & Tool Co. 6-inch iron plumb and level, all three vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

618. Pair of 6 1/2-inch brass trammels on ebony beam, very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

619. Unusual veneer hammer, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

620. Early try square with brass handle, 5 1/2-inch blade with decorative moulded end, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

621. Pair of winding sticks one with animal bone? targets, used in flattening boards with bench planes, both marked with former owner name H. TAYLOR. (Photo & Photo 2)

622. Fine early plumb level with oak frame and having a lead weight or plumb bob, very good overall. (Photo)

623. Pair of ebony and brass side rabbet planes, almost certainly English made, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

624. Unusual strapped saddler's hammer with ebony handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

625. Wheelwright's traveler, some pitting, good overall. (Photo)

626. Wooden hag's tooth router plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

627. Stanley #71 1/2 router plane, one V-shaped blade included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

628. Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

629. Stanley #99 left handled side rabbet plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

630. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, has partial decal on top of frame, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

631. Pair of jointer planes: Keen Kutter (Ohio Tool) KK8C has tiny chip from top of right side near the toe, will clean to good or better overall; and a 22-inch wooden jointer with W. BUTCHER blade, and having a nicker mounted in the toe. (Photo & Photo 2)

632. Pair of hand vises with wooden handles; the larger one is marked HILGER & SONS, very good overall; and an unknown make with mild pitting, good overall. (Photo)

633. Pair of iron jack planes: Stanley #5, has light rust on bottom, will clean to fine overall; and a scarce DIAMOND EDGE DEO5C (Buckeye Saw Vise Co.), will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

634. Stanley #113 compass plane, has cutter adjuster wheel with four holes on right side of plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

635. Two planes: Millers Falls 9-inch smoother, light rust, will clean to very good; and a Stanley #40 SW scrub plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

636. Unusual Union iron compass plane similar to Stanley #113, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

637. Lot of four transitional smooth planes including an OHIO TOOL; Union Trask Patent; STS Siegley, missing lateral lever; and a UNION. (Photo & Photo 2)

638. STUBS ENGLAND hand vise, complete and fine. (Photo)

639. Stanley #13 prelateral compass plane, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

640. Lot: Bell Systems file; small keyhole saw with wire handle; scissors, and a glass tubing cutter? (Photo & Photo 2)

641. REVONOC coffee pot, wooden handle, good overall; and a UNIVERSAL POTATO MASHER (ricer) by LANDERS, FRARY & CLARK, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

642. Unusual glass rolling pin with piece of cork in the open end. (Photo)

643. Lot: cast iron paint stirrer; screw plate; and an unusual DISSTON steel gauge. (Photo & Photo 2)

644. Lot: three burnishing rollers all with wooden handles; a Lufkin 4-fold brass bound rule; two button hooks; and a HAMM'S BEER can and bottle opener. (Photo)

645. Forged ox shoe; and a small bullet mold. (Photo & Photo 2)

646. Lot: unknown cutter that looks like it would cut fillets; a wooden handled awl; a plumbers pipe reamer; and a crude homemade hand vise. (Photo)

647. A.A. HARVIE'S Patent take-down rafter square, some light pitting, good overall. (Photo)

648. EAGLE rafter square with good eagle logo, very good overall. (Photo)

649. WINCHESTER rafter or framing square, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

650. RARE Toledo Indicating Level Co. inclinometer level with massive brass bound wooden stock has plumb vial let into stock on same side as inclinometer; and a regular level vial let into the top of the stock, has former owner initials lightly scratched into top of stock, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

651. Two Stanley levels: Stanley #95 brass-bound mahogany plumb & level, both vials intact, a little dusty, but fine overall; and a 28-inch #30 double plumb & level with big brass plumb vial covers, this one could stand to be refinished. (Photo)

652. Three levels: SANDS 26-inch aluminum mason's level, very good overall; 24-inch Diamond Edge (Acme) DEX2 inclinometer level in a pressed or folded steel frame, very good overall; and a Stanley #15 24-inch double plumb & level, laminated stock is beginning to separate, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

653. Unusual 24-inch cast iron SP'FLD LEVEL & TOOL CO. double plumb & level with fancy filigree casting, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

654. GOODELL PRATT 18-inch cast iron double plumb & level, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

655. Stanley 12-inch #37 nickel-plated cast iron double plumb & level with vial covers, one of the plumb vials is MIA, otherwise very good. (Photo)

656. DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. 12-inch cast iron double plumb & level, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

657. Three Stanley No. 3 wood levels: 30-inch missing the plumb vial, good overall; 28-inch with model number stamped into the stock, both vials intact, good overall; and a 28-inch with V logo and model numbers stamped in brass top plate, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

658. Stanley 24-inch cherry mason's level, logo in side of stock a bit faint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

659. Goodell Pratt 18-inch cast iron double plumb & level, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

660. Starrett? 9-inch cast iron double plumb & level, one plumb vial dry, good overall. (Photo)

661. Unusual Goodell Pratt 6-inch cast iron double plumb & level, all vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)

662. Nice 9-inch rosewood & brass torpedo level, both vials intact, fine overall. (Photo)

663. Small 6-inch rosewood level with steel top plate, fine. (Photo)

664. Stanley 6-inch nickel plated machinist level, complete and very good. (Photo)

665. Unknown make 6-inch cast iron level, very good overall. (Photo)

666. Stanley? 3.25-inch pocket level that can be attached to a square, steel top plate, very good overall. (Photo)

667. Large and early looking wooden framed saw, blade tightened by turning a square nuts on the outside of the frame, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

668. Short wooden-framed saws, about 10 inches between top of frame and bottom of blade, tension put on blade by turning square nuts at the tops of the handles, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

669. Unknown make cast iron and tin lemon squeezer, complete and very good.

670. Universal Potato Masher (ricer), complete and very good. (Photo)

671. Lot: Bottle corker, old cork screw; and a hand cranked knife sharpener. (Photo)

672. Revolving meat tenderizer with wooden handle, very good. (Photo)

673. Johnson Patent (U.S. No. 1,342,848) adjustable jar opener, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

674. Adjustable can opener with open loop handle, very good overall; and a tinned ice shaver, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

675. Cast iron lemon squeezer, marked HOT TIN, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

676. BARCALO-BUFFALO Cullen Patent (U.S. D111,454) multi tool including bottle opener, hammer, alligator wrench, screwdriver, etc., PAT-D 111564, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

677. Three items used in butchering: hog scraper; hand forged butcher knife; and a meat hook. (Photo)

678. Meat tenderizer marked BARR BROS. CO. OAK LAWN, CA with wooden handles, fine overall. (Photo)

679. Single sided wire toaster, very good overall. (Photo)

680. Small cabbage or slaw cutter, very good overall. (Photo)

681. Nickel plated screw-operated nut cracker. (Photo)

682. Lot: knife sharpening steel; small cast iron meat tenderizer, and a butcher knife with 7-inch blade marked UTILITY, fine. (Photo)

683. Lot: Leather punch, rusty; HANDY No. 1 kitchen multi tool; and a flue rake for raking ashes. (Photo)

684. Edward's Patent (U.S. No. 627,401) nickel-plated adjustable nut cracker, patented JUNE 20, 1899, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

685. Pair of lemon squeezers: pair on top is tinned cast iron, very good; and bottom pair is aluminum or pot metal and is marked IRVIN WEAR, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

686. D.M. WARDEN, LADY SMITH, WIS. PAT. JULY 25, 1911 combination tool including plier, screwdriver, wire cutter, tack lifter, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

687. Four different grate shaker handles, one marked MONARCH and one marked A2, the others are unmarked. (Photo)

688. Pair of wooden shoe pegging? forms, one has a few bug holes, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

689. Three kitchen tools: can opener with wire loop handle; Pass Patent (U.S. NO. 1,749,442) patented knife sharpener, very good; and a combination cap lifter, can opener, screwdriver with wooden handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

690. Wooden lemon squeezer, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

691. Lot: Small aluminum funnel; single bladed food chopper; and a tin cheese sampler or thief. (Photo)

692. Wooden match box holder; and a wooden potato masher. (Photo)

693. Wooden butter mold. (Photo)

694. Tin broom holder that would be screwed to a wall, has faint advertising on it; and a pair of nickel plated hair clippers. (Photo)

695. Lot: Cooper's croze and two hoop drivers, one is all wood with an iron ring around the top; the other is iron on the business end and with a wooden top portion. (Photo)

696. Lot: Pair of primitive wooden dividers; and two registering calipers like those used by watch and clock makers, opticians, etc. (Photo)

697. Pair of wooden planes: a nice right handed D.R. BARTON coopers sun plane, and a horn plane with Newbould iron. (Photo)

698. Nice homemade bevel with wood and brass handle, and steel blade; and a homemade clapboard siding gauge. (Photo)

699. Bridgeport SEMINOLE tomahawk-type crate opening hammer, marked PAT. APPLD FOR, very good; plus a small D. MAYDOLE claw hammer. (Photo)

700. Nice SANDUSKY No. 129 handled screw arm plow plane in fine overall condition with fine set of 8 original Sandusky plow irons, plus an unmarked iron in the plane; and three center beads, a custom complex profile and two round plane bodies that have been drill so as to use the fence off this plane with, all inside a nice owner-made plywood box with hinged lid. A nice set. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

701. Unhandled screw-arm plow plane with faint Mass. maker's mark, usable threads on arms, good nuts, depth stop adjusting screw riding too low in the mortise, can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

702. Lot: True Temper TOMAHAWK hatchet with nail claw; Keen Kutter broad hatchet, handle taped with electrical tape; and two No. 56 SUREGRIP Crescent nail pullers, both have rust and will need cleaning. (Photo)

703. Goodell Pratt bench-mounding drill press with feed screw, 3-jaw G-P chuck, will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

704. Lot of three claw hammers, the one on the bottom has a nail holder on the side and faint makers mark with patent date. (Photo & Photo 2)

705. Lot of horse-care products: curry comb; hoof nipper PAT. JAN 2nd, '94; fine HELLER BROS farrier's hammer; and a hoof knife. (Photo)

706. Scarce but very neglected breast drill, this is a rare Adams Patent (U.S. No. 879,430) breast drill, how it ended up on an Iowa farm is anyone's guess. The nickel plating is peeling, but it's all there including the unusual chuck. (Photo)

707. Three metal working or blacksmithing hammers. (Photo)

708. Two long handled railroad spike-driving-type hammers. (Photo)

709. Three railroad-marked hammer heads; on top a spike driver marked C.M.&ST.P. R.R.; below that a hammer with a pick on the back marked B.&O.R.R.; and on the bottom one marked HUBBARD SPECIAL ROCK ISLAND LINE. (Photo)

710. Cobbler's lasting stand with original #3 & #4 forms plus an extra, the #4 form is chipped, but it stays on the stand just fine. (Photo)

711. Louden's Patent (October 1, 1895) single tree, good overall. (Photo)

712. Lot: four horseshoes, two with calks still in them; plus a over check bit. (Photo & Photo 2)

713. Lot four assorted hatchets, the one on top marked U.S.; the one on the bottom WALBOARD; plus a copper mallet and a mini all-metal tack hammer/screwdriver combination. Six tools in all. (Photo)

714. Pair of Farrier's nippers, and a badly pitted picket pin. (Photo)

715. Lot: Hammer used to remove hubcaps; rubber mallet; unusual CHAMPION ball peen-type; two wooden mallets; a small tack hammer with twisted wire handle; and a metalworking hammer.

716. Lot: tack lifter; CUINEEN Co. brass framed hack saw with wooden handle; wooden handled vise; small hammer with storage inside cracked wooden handle; and a small hammer with advertising on handle from CRYSTAL ICE, CENTRAL CITY, NEBR.

717. Lot of eight assorted saws: the hack saw on top has a cam locking lever in the handle; three, including one with two blades, appear to have homemade frames; and a stair saw that has a RAMBLER plaque on the left side, a brass knob.

718. Lot of three farrier's hammers, all very good.

719. Saw filing fixture and a nickel plated surgeon's bone saw?

720. Folding barn-beam boring machine made by the HARDWARE SPECIALTY M'F'G Co. ANDERSON, IND. will clean to very good overall; and a bed and saw frame for a combination treadle lathe and scroll saw. (Photo & Photo 2)

721. Standard Oil Co. oil can 5 GAL. LIQUID MEASURE PROPERTY OF STANDARD OIL, very good. (Photo)

722. Pair of folding or moving handle drawknives: the handles on the PS&W on top are a little loose, otherwise both are very good.

723. Pair of breast drills: the one on top has a handle that is stamped JORDAN FRANCE; the other looks like a Stanley, both have intact auxiliary handles. (Photo)

724. Woodworking vise with rapid adjusting system, very good. (Photo)

725. Pair of take-down framing or rafter squares; the one on the left has pitting and two mangled screws to secure the joint, has a faint shield shaped logo, and a FEB 27, 1916? patent date; the other is a nice EAGLE SQUARE MFG CO. model, it is very good. (Photo)

726. Lufkin gauging tape and weight, used to gauge liquid in bulk containers, very good overall. (Photo)

727. Lot of four plumb bob: two steel models, one with a brass body and steel top and tip; and a brass model with a patent? number on side 8261635, has hollow body. (Photo)

728. Stanley #39 7/8-inch dado plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

729. Lot of three plumb bobs including a little brass model that is threaded at the top and screws into a protective brass base; the one in the center is wooden and painted silver. (Photo & Photo 2)

730. Stanley #39 1/4-inch dado plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

731. Lot of three plumb bobs; a scarce GOODELL-PRATT model on the left with removable top and tip, very good; a brass model in the center, very good; and an 8-oz. General surveyor's type missing the steel tip. (Photo)

732. Stanley #99 side rabbet plane with B casting mark, nice rosewood knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

733. Three cast iron plumb bobs, all very good. (Photo)

734. Stanley #45 combination plow plane in an owner-made wooden box, has all three main sections, long and short rods, dated cam rest; match, sash, 12 plow, six beading and two slitter blades, front and rear depth stops, beading stop, needs a knob and a screw to secure the slitter and rear stop, also pill bottle with six spare spurs including screws, a very good usable plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

735. Lot: two large brass weights used on the ends of gauging tapes (some mistakenly call them plumb bobs) one is a LUFKIN No. 590, the other is unmarked; plus a hex shaped brass bob. (Photo)

736. Four wooden screw boxes with three taps, all very good and inside a wooden box with hinged lid. (Photo & Photo 2)

737. Three steel plumb bobs: unknown make with removable top; another unknown make with nickel plating that is peeling; and a STARRETT Patent OCT. 18, 1908 No. 87, complete and very good. (Photo)

738. Unknown patented T-auger handle, very good overall. (Photo)

739. Lot: Two brass plumb bobs, and a brass piece that looks like a top. (Photo)

740. Lot: Two IOWA advertising pieces: sliding 2-piece yardstick GERRIT & STAN. Maurice, Iowa Murphey's Feeds - Poultry Supplies - Produce, very good; and a 12-inch wooden level FARMERS COOPERATIVE ASS'N LUMBER - GRAIN - COAL - FLOUR - FEED - LIVESTOCK - GAS - OILS BOYNDEN IOWA very good; plus an unknown make torpedo-type level. (Photo & Photo 2)

741. Lot of three steel plumb bobs, two with removable tops, all very good. (Photo)

742. Pair of hammers: an early claw hammer with long eye, very good; plus an unmarked cobblers hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

743. Lot of five zig zag rules: LUFKIN NO. 056; a broken Lufkin NO. 856 with hook; LUFKIN NO. 066 faint outsides; unknown make aluminum, very good; and a TUMICO NO. 3616 aluminum, very good. (Photo)

744. Three tape measures: MECHANIC; INTEGRITY DE LUXE 1033C GERMAN, very good; and a WALSCO 6-foot will need a light cleaning and oiling. (Photo & Photo 2)

745. Six zig zag rules including a nice DEFIANCE No. 96; two have broken legs. (Photo & Photo 2)

746. Scandinavian bit brace with screw that secures the bit broken off. (Photo & Photo 2)

747. CHENEY No. 777 adz hammer, corners of the adz are rounded off, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

748. Three folding rules including a 4-fold RABONE #1167 with large numbers, very good; an unknown 4-fold with very faint numbers on outsides; and a LUFKIN NO. 372 caliper rule, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

749. E.C. ATKINS saw hammer, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

750. RARE double-claw hammer, has 1902 patent date, handle a probably replacement, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

751. Lot of eight assorted soldering irons from a very big one to a very little one. (Photo)

752. Lot: Unusual iron framed hack saw? with wide, double-sided blade, nice wooden handle, very good overall; A curved knife with a guide, perhaps for slicing cheese? nice wooden handle, very good overall; and another hack saw with heavy cast handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

753. Lot: four large pair of dividers and a large outside caliper, all have rust and will need cleaning. (Photo)

754. Pair of scissor-type extension tongs, very good; plus a large Enterprise-type bung auger, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo)

755. Pair of lineman's pole climbing spikes that would be worn under the bottom and clamped with leather straps to the leg, very good; and a nice wire handled screwdriver. (Photo)

756. Lot of five screwdrivers including two with twisted handles. (Photo & Photo 2)

757. Three jack planes: well worn FULTON transitional; Stanley #5 SW logo on blade light rust, will clean to fine; and a FULTON (Sargent) #414C with light rust, will clean to fine. (Photo)

758. Unusual brass wheelwright's traveler with intact pointer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

759. Stanley #113 compass plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

760. Lot: early wooden bodied automobile coil; and an assortment of ignition sized wrenches; FORD 5-Z-806; DD7 FOR DELCO; SPLITDORF; EISEMANN REMY-WAGNER; FOR CONNECTICUT; AA 36 FOR AT-KENT, etc; an AUTO-LITE spark plug gapper; and a SCHROEDER tool for valve stems, 18 items in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

761. Stanley #4 1/2C Type 11 that has nice rosewood tote and low knob, good V-logo blade, will clean to fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

762. Lot of 21 automotive spark plug gap tools; feeler gages; ignition and magneto wrenches, etc. Delco Remy; FOR REMY CAM; FOR DELCO; KING-SEELEY CORP. K.S. TELEGAGE; FOR EISEMANN; a PIONEER caliper; MILLERS FALLS feeler gauge; etc. (Photo)

763. Four cast iron smooth planes: two Millers Falls #9; a Stanley #4; and an unknown make #3-size. All have light rust and will clean to very good. The #3 size has a broken tote and will need to be glued. (Photo & Photo 2)

764. Lot: BRIDGEPORT TOMAHAWK JUNIOR crating tool, very good; and five small screwdrivers including one that looks like it came with an early Stanley #45 or #55 plane; and another with a twisted handle. (Photo)

765. Lot: Starrett speed indicator, very good; and a Stanley #100 mini iron block plane, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

766. Pair of hammers: the one on top has a single claw coming off the back of the head, it is rusty and pitted; on the bottom is a nice claw hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

767. Lot of commemorative pin backs from Tractor, Steam Engine and Thresherman shows in Rollag, Minn; Waukee, Iowa; Albert City, Iowa; Dalton, Minn.; Mt. Pleasant, Iowa; Butterfield, Minn.; Madison, South Dakota; Central Hawkeye Gas Engine & Tractor Assn; Orange City Iowa Centennial Brothers of the Brush 1970; Tulip Festival Orange City 1988; Missouri Valley Wrench Club pin back buttons and a Rock Rapids Heritage Days 1989 stick back. 30 pieces in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

768. Lot: 1/2 of a blacksmith double caliper; sheep shears; pair dividers with broken spring; adjustable square with intact scribe, rusty; a pair of outside calipers with removable points, rusty; a copper hammer; and a T-handled screwdriver. Seven pieces in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

769. Lot: try and miter squares, a Japanese level and bevel combination tool; two Stanley sliding bevels; Starrett adjustable steel square, Universal bevel; protractor head for a combination set; 11 items in all. (Photo & Photo 2)

770. Scarce lady-leg calipers, some very minor surface rust, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

771. Lot: hand adz, saw file; inside/outside calipers; and a leather punch, all have light to moderate rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

772. Nice miniature lady-legs caliper, with a very light cleaning will be fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

773. Lot of five outside calipers. (Photo & Photo 2)

774. Large lot of assorted calipers, dividers, etc. About 31 pieces in all. (Photo)

775. Lot: Conover Woodcraft Specialties, Inc. 3/4 6 wooden screw box, very good; scissor and knife sharpener; unknown size wood tap that has the cutting end coated with wax or plastic, was found in the same shop as the screw box in this lot but is not necessarily a match to it. (Photo & Photo 2)

776. Lot: Millers Falls No. 35 bit extension; two center bits; a hand forged bit; a single brass trammel point; Keuffel & Esser 1420P draftsman's rule in case; and a used carpenter's pencil; and an unknown make 4-fold caliper rule with arched joint, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

777. Three saws: flooring saw made from a Disston D-8 handle chipped around one of the bolt holes others OK; an Atkins No. 100 flooring saw, a few patches of light rust, will clean to fine; and an unknown DISSTON saw with 18-inch blade, adjustable handle, has teeth on top about 1/2 way back toward the handle, NOV. 2, 1902 patent date, good etch. (Photo)

778. Pair of hand saws: Disston No. 9 18-inch 9ppi blade, some light rust, will clean to very good; and a 26-inch 5ppi Disston rip saw with thumb-hole handle, needs cleaning to reveal the model number, will clean to very good. (Photo)

779. Four hand saws: unknown model with 21-inch crosscut blade, blade is pitted and broken at the end, good handle; 26-inch unknown make; 26-inch D-8 with 8ppi blade, nice etch and handle; and a 28-inch Disston with thumb hole handle, 6ppi blade, very end of blade looks sawed off, will make a good user. (We're tossing in the 12-inch unknown make back saw in the photo, it is pitted.) (Photo & Photo 2)

780. Five hand saws from top down: a LAKESIDE L112 with 26-inch 5 1/2ppi blade, has great etch on front, back was against a drafty barn wall and has moderate to heavy rust, nice handle; SPEAR & JACKSON 28-inch rip saw with die stamped blade, handle has been taken off and only two of the split nuts were returned on the wrong side, back of blade has moderate rust; DISSTON with faint etch, 10ppi blade, will make good user; Disston with 24-inch 8ppi blade, light to moderate rust on back; and a Disston D-8 with 5 1/2ppi blade, nice etch, good handle, some light rust on back. (Photo & Photo 2)

781. Five hand saws: THE HANDY SAW with 25 1/2-inch blade having the top of the blade graduated in inches, three split nuts secure handle, patch of moderate to heavy rust on front, good etch; Disston 26 1/2-inch no etch visible, bottom of handle broken and repaired with strip of metal, hang hole in end of blade; Disston 26-inch No. 16? with wheat carved handle; no etch visible; Disston No. 16? with 26-inch rip blade, no etch visible; and a Disston D8 22-inch panel with 10ppi blade, nice etch. (Photo & Photo 2)

782. Four hand saws: Disston No. 7? with 26-inch 10ppi blade good etch, bottom portion of handle broken off below bottom 2 screws, back of blade has light rust; Unknown make 26-inch with 5 1/2ppi blade, partial etch visible that begins CHAS., back has light rust; Disston with 28-inch 4 1/2ppi blade, handle cracked near medallion; and a Disston D8 with thumb hole handle, 28-inch 5 1/2ppi blade, top spur of handle broken off. (Photo)

783. Steel handled 30-in. docking saw with unusual forward facing teeth, has some etch visible where blade was partially cleaned. (Photo)

784. Four hand saws: Disston No.? with crosscut teeth on 26-in. blade; Disston No. 7? with 28-in. 5 1/2ppi blade, sunken medallion; Disston No. 7 with 5ppi blade, nice handle, no etch visible on blade; and a Disston No.? with 28-in. 5ppi blade, sunken medallion, nice etch. (Photo & Photo 2)

785. Steel handled 29 1/2-in. docking saw, blade badly twisted. (Photo)

786. Five hand saws: 32-inch KNOWLES & CO. SHEFFIELD die stamped 3 1/2ppi ripping blade, handle bruised, WARRANTED SUPERIOR medallion; Disston 26-inch 8ppi blade, handle spur chipped; DISSTON NO. 12 with 28-in. 5ppi blade, bottom side of top handle spur chipped; Disston 25 1/2-inch with 9ppi blade, spur of handle chipped; and a Disston No. 7? 20-in. panel saw with 10ppi blade, top of blade chipped at nose. (Photo)

787. Four hand saws: Unknown make with steel domed nuts, the one in the center has been replaced by a modern brass saw nut, 26 1/2-in. 4 1/2ppi blade, handle broken and repaired with a bolt from top to bottom; Unknown make 20-inch with rounded nose, bottom of handle broken; Disston D-111 with composite handle, nice etch on front, back has light to moderate rust on back; and a Disston No. 7 with 28-inch 5 1/2 ppi blade, good etch, trace of original paper label on handle, will clean to very good. (Photo)

788. Unknown make 29-inch one or 2-man crosscut saw, handle an ill-fitting replacement, auxiliary handle intact. (Photo)

789. Five hand saws: Unknown make 18-inch panel saw with 11ppi blade, kinked at end, unusual handle; Disston D8 panel with 16-inch 10ppi blade, nice etch; Disston D100 26-inch 10ppi blade; COUNTRYSIDE 20-inch 10ppi with faint etch; and Disston D23 with 21 1/2-inch, 10ppi blade, very good.

790. Keen Kutter (Bishop) reversible back saw with 14-inch blade, back marked with JAN'Y 9-06 patent date, etch visible but faint.

791. Four hand saws: Disston No. 8 26-inch 8ppi blade; Disston 26-inch 8ppi blade; Disston D23 26-in. 8ppi blade; and a nice 26-inch D-7 with 26-inch 10ppi blade.

792. George Bishop reversible back saw with 16-inch blade, back marked GEO. H. BISHOP PAT JAN'Y 9-06, entire blade and back sprayed with clear lacquer.

793. S.H. CO. 12-inch cast iron well pulley, complete and very good; and a HIBBARD AMERICAN 6-inch stove dampener. (Photo)

794. Lot: knife with steel loop handle, pitted; two cleavers, the smaller marked on blade KUTMASTER and on handle FARMERS CO-OP ALTON & CARNES, IOWA, very good; a TENDA-CLEVE meat tenderizer & cleaver combined and two knife sharpening steels. (Photo & Photo 2)

795. C. WHITEHOUSE & SON CANNOCK WARRANTED light slater's axe, used by those doing slate roofs etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

796. Unknown wooden piece 31 inches long with a wooden clamp at one end that is tightened by turning two wooden screws. (Photo)

797. The pointer off an old weathervane in red and gold paint; and a cast iron grabber for picking up something perhaps nails from a keg? (Photo & Photo 2)

798. Lot of five meat tenderizing hammers, the cast aluminum one may in fact have been made to crush ice. (Photo & Photo 2)

799. Koch butcher's saw marked KOCH BUTCHERS SUPPLY CO. NO. K.C. MO. PAT. NO. 2339843, heavy cast aluminum handle, and a blade that can be removed from one side, very good. (Photo)

800. Eight meat tenderizing tools, an instant collection. (Photo & Photo 2)

801. Lot: four pulleys; a single in steel or iron housing that has countersunk screw holes for mounting; unknown make with malleable frame, the wooden pulley is missing about 1/3 of the wood; the one with the good wooden pulley is from HUDSON MFG.; and there is a another malleable frame that is missing the pulley, frame is marked PAT JAN 10 1905. (Photo)

802. Lot of five hack saws: on top a MARVEL FRAME No. 12 by Armstrong-Bloom Chicago, ILL; Union Hardware Co. Torrington, Conn.; one marked PAT. JAN. 16, '23 with extra frame member; and a Star with good japanning. (Photo)

803. Lot of five old barn pulleys; two single spooled wooden bodied; two double spooled with wooden bodies; and a double spool with malleable or iron body that is marked HOIST No. 12. (Photo)

804. Five hack saws: the one on top looks homemade; the fourth from the top is a Star.

805. Lot of three meat saws: top two are Disston, the third has mild pitting on frame obscuring the maker's mark.

806. Wooden stair saw, very good. (Photo)

807. Pair of saw with adjustable handles: on top is an 18-inch nail? cutting saw; and on bottom a 12-inch with faint Keen Kutter etch on blade. (Photo)

808. Three small saws: wooden handled PS STUBS jeweler's saw, very good; an adjustable keyhole with malleable handle; and a pressed steel model with cam locking lever, looks like a wrench with the blade removed. (Photo & Photo 2)

809. Unusual pair of hand or leg cuffs that use a key to unscrew the locking mechanism. (Photo)

810. COMPANION combination treadle lathe and scroll saw, has multiple tool rests and a spare square table, just needs a new belt and a little tweaking very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

811. Pair of drills: MOHAWK 2-speed breast drill, complete and very good; and an early Millers Falls No. 2B, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

812. Pair of wrenches: BEMIS & CALL combination pipe and nut wrench with wooden handle; and a 12-inch Coes-type monkey wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

813. Millers Falls No. 120B 2-speed breast drill, complete and very good; and a GOODELL-PRATT No. 245 2-speed breast drill, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

814. Three pipe wrenches: TRIMO 16-inch all-steel adjustable, very good; 9 1/2-inch with wooden handle, very good; and a 10-inch WALWORTH STILLSON, all-steel, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

815. Unknown make corner brace with open U-joint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

816. Unusual cast iron wagon brake. These were used in pairs and would be chained to the rear wheels of a wagon for descending steep grades. (Photo & Photo 2)

817. Interesting shooting target of a pig that will swing when shot, the base has four long spikes for securing in the soil. (Photo)

818. Barrel lifting tongs, very good.

819. Pair of 2-spoke wheelwright's travelers, one with wooden handle, both good. (Photo & Photo 2)

820. RARE G.H. SMITH LOWELL MASS. PAT. SEPT. 8, 1868 adjustable shoe lasting stand mounted to wooden block with three child-size wooden shoe forms, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

821. Lot of five items that have been converted into plumb bobs or were at least included with a collection of plumb bobs when we found them including a top to fence post or gate. (Photo & Photo 2)

822. Two little ratcheting screwdrivers: unknown Yankee-type in working condition; and a SHELTON? PAT. 2,662,568. (Photo)

823. Three assorted brass plumb bobs; the one on the left has a removable top; the carrot-shaped one in the center has a removable top and a steel tip; the one on the right is solid brass and most likely did not start out as a plumb bob. (Photo & Photo 2)

824. Lot: Goodell Bros. spiral screwdriver (no bits) very good overall; Yankee No. 35 that needs cleaning and the bit reground; Yankee No. 30 that is missing a small screw and may need work; and a beech pad saw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

825. Lot of seven wooden items found in a collection of plumb bobs; the two items on the left are probably plumbing related and were driven into soft pipes to flair the ends to join pipes. One or two may in fact be paper hanger bobs or actually started out as plumb bobs. (Photo & Photo 2)

826. Four assorted wooden handled screwdrivers. (Photo & Photo 2)

827. Lot of seven steel plumb bobs including ones marked IRWIN STRAIGHT-LINE 5 OZ.; 6483-8; GREAT NECK 5 OZ.; DUNLAP with owners initials in a series of dots punched in one of the flats. (Photo & Photo 2)

828. Three marking and mortise gauges: two rosewood models similar to Stanley #77, both missing the brass rub block, otherwise OK; and a Stanley double beam, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

829. Large brass common sense millwright-style plumb bob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

830. Lot of seven assorted flat bladed screwdrivers including at least two marked Stanley. (Photo & Photo 2)

831. Five assorted steel plumb bobs, four with removable tops, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

832. KELLOGG TAILOR SYSTEM folding tailors square with brass joint and can be locked into either 45 or 90 degrees, very good; plus a small all-steel square with one 7-inch leg and one 12-inch, very good. (Photo)

833. Unusual and fine nickel plated acorn-shaped plumb bob with removable brass top. (Photo & Photo 2)

834. Three Stanley squares: try square with 12-inch blade, blade has some rust and light pitting; an early Stanley No. 16 miter square with 10-inch blade and having mahogany stuffed handle, good; and a Stanley SW adjustable square with 7-inch blade, SW logo, very good. (Photo)

835. Six iron plumb bobs. (Photo & Photo 2)

836. Scarce combination square and layout tool by the HIGHT MFG. CO. TOLEDO, the people who made the fancy inclinometer levels, this one has some light surface rust but will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

837. Six plumb bobs including: Stanley No. 171; Millers Falls 3 oz.; Millers Falls 5 oz.; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

838. Long handled adz, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

839. Five assorted plumb bobs; two made of brass, and three steel. (Photo & Photo 2)

840. Lot: Landers Improved Balance No. 2 hanging spring scale, very good; Crescent No. 175 1-inch solid steel chisel, very good; and an unknown make desk mounting pencil sharpener. (Photo & Photo 2)

841. Lot of four brass plumb bobs one with wooden spool of string; bob on the right is marked JAS. A. GAFFNEY CO. INC. NEW YORK. (Photo & Photo 2)

842. Unknown make broad axe with rust and pitting, crude ill-fitting handle, a real restoration project. (Photo & Photo 2)

843. Aluminum bodied FLIPO quick-release meat hook by the SENFTIEN-BEHLEN CO. of Columbus, Nebraska, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

844. Enterprise No. 4 meat/sausage grinder PAT. OCT. 5,97; JAN. 30.83 JUNE 5.88, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

845. Lot: MAJESTIC stove lid lifter, some rust; apple corer with wood handle; and a pair of forked tongs, need cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

846. ENTERPRISE No. 17 cherry stoner, some rust a good deal of the original japanning remains, will clean to fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

847. Cast iron bodied coffee or spice mill, the handle is not original, some old green paint remains. (Photo & Photo 2)

848. Homemade wooden corn sheller with with six square nails in each side and having a leather hinge between the two pieces, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

849. Lot of three kitchen collectibles: GILCHRIST N0. 50 ice chipper, nice wooden handle, fine overall; a wire jar lifter for removing caning jars from hot water, very good; and a Biehl Patent (U.S. 874,290) can opener marked with advertising for SCHLIESSMANN BROS. (Photo)

850. Patented corn sheller with wooden handles, very good overall. (Photo)

851. M. Pearson's Patent (U.S. No. 876,086) nailing tool, early version of a nail gun that channels down roofing nails and that can be rapidly dispensed by stringing the button that is ahead of the hopper, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

852. Cast iron corn nubber for getting the kernels off the ends of the ears, complete and very good. (Photo)

853. Lot: Sheep shears; and a cast iron IHC seed plate. (Photo)

854. JIFFY CORN SHELLER, cast iron, very good overall. (Photo)

855. Wooden windless used in tying up corn shocks. (Photo)

856. DECKER CORN SHELLER KEOKUK IA. aluminum bodied hand sheller, very good. (Photo)

857. Unusual cast iron tractor-type tool box, marked on inside of lid BUILDERS MILLER CHEMICAL ENGINE CO. CHICAGO, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

858. Wooden barn pulley; and a tin MAYTAG OIL can with spout and handle, decent graphics. (Photo & Photo 2)

859. Mancur hanging scale also referred to as a buffalo hide scale, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

860. Scarce GRISWOLD No. 3 cast iron mail box, much of the original japanning remains, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

861. Lot: Greenlee No. 458 Yankee screwdriver in original box with 3 bits, fine; an adjustable layout tool marked MALL; and a SEARS saw set in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

862. Large ice saw with wooden handle, complete and very good.

863. Stanley BELL SYSTEMS hatchet with wrench for installing climbing steps on a telephone pole, very good overall; plus an unusual mill pick used to dress the stones in a gristmill. (Photo)

864. Lot of four claw hammers including a non-sparking BERYLCO that is fine and one that Martin tagged ENGLISH MFG. ADZE-EYE claw. (Photo)

865. Lot of six blacksmith tools: cutting hammer; rounding hammer; top swage hammer, and three bottom swages. (Photo)

866. Four hammers: Osborne saddler's hammer with claw in end of handle; another tack hammer; and two tinner's or riveting hammers. (Photo)

867. Four unusual hammers: Cheney nail-holding, very good; another nailing-holding claw hammer with nail holder on side of head; Cheney No. 777 adz hammer with handle wrapped in electrical tape; and a Hebblethewate? combination claw hammer and wrench some pitting and light rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

868. Lot of seven assorted hammers including one with nest of screwdrivers in the handle; a couple of all-metal ball peen hammers, and one with a small nail puller in end of handle, has some rust and pitting. (Photo)

869. Six assorted hammers: one with twisted wire handle; one with strapped handle; etc. (Photo)

870. Three hammers: ball peen; tack hammer with tack claw sticking straight up; and a small silversmith's planishing hammer. (Photo)

871. Four assorted hammers: MELLOR BOX OPENER No. 1 crating tool; SEPT. 23, 1909 crating hammer; CHICAGO ILL PAT APPLIED crating hammer (these are usually marked Compliments of Kellogg Toasted Corn Cereal, and an unknown type hammer with a spike coming off the back, handled has been worked on, marked MASTERCRAFT HA-9808. (Photo)

872. Six assorted hammers: IROQUOIS crating tool by BRIDGEPORT HDWE MFG. CO. PAT APPLD; crating hammer; unknown hammer with wire loop handle; MASTERCRAFT HA-974; unknown type with twisted wire handle having a tack claw at the bottom of the handle; and a J.H. WILLIAMS Demountable-Rim Tool combined lug wrench and hub cap lifter. (Photo & Photo 2)

873. Lot of five assorted hammers: a brass tack? hammer with one magnetic face, fine; a saddler's type with sandwiched wooden handles; and an unusual rolled steel or tin hammer. (Photo)

874. Lot of six assorted hammers including a Perfect Handle-type ball peen that has a lead handle; DACCO 399; a combination tack hammer and carpet stretcher; and a nice tack hammer with strapped round handle; unknown make crating tool, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

875. Three assorted hammers: unknown metalworking with cross peen; a saddlers hammer with the tack claw coming off the side, and a small stone working? hammer. (Photo)

876. Lot of six hammers including a wooden handled model with the claw coming off the top of the head; a wire-handled model with the claw up against one face of the head; a nut cracking type; and three crating hammers including NOX-TOX; BOX TERRIER; and the first BONNEY BOX TOOL we've seen, some light rust on the box tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

877. Four hammers: large framing hammer with rubber grip around end of wooden handle, will clean to very good; Cheney No 777 adz hammer, will clean to good; and a Mephesto adz hammer, very good; and a Cheney nail holding hammer that uses spring loaded ball bearings to hold the nail. (Photo)

878. Three assorted hammers: an all-steel model with rebar handle; French pattern cobbler's hammer, needs cleaning; and an unknown model with claw sticking up from the end of the back. (Photo & Photo 2)

879. Lot of five assorted wrenches including a Champion Tool farrier's type, very good; and unknown Disston USA; and three blacksmith or other metal working hammers. (Photo)

880. Lot of six hand forged claw hammers, some have pitting. (Photo)

881. Lot of six assorted hammers including one that looks like a mill pick; two or three brick hammer, etc. (Photo)

882. Lot: Howe's Socket Mallet Pat. Dec. 7, 1880?; a hammer that has a curved claw coming off the back; and a 17.5-inch Johnson Tire Tool, PAT. APPLIED FOR, some rust. (Photo)

883. Lot of seven assorted claw hammers including one with fiberglass handle; one with steel handle wrapped in rubber; and four wooden handled models including a large VAUGHAN. (Photo)

884. Lot of 18 old soldering irons, one electric and the other the old copper tipped models. (Photo & Photo 2)

885. Medium sized cast iron crucible and a medium sized lead ladle. (Photo & Photo 2)

886. Lot of 18 old soldering irons including one with a corn cob handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

887. SKELLY TAGOLENE wooden crate 21 x 10.5 x 16 deep EL DORADO, KANSAS 2-5 GAL. CANS GADE 2. (Photo & Photo 2)

888. Homemade wooden tool box 22 x 8 x 8 with hinged lid having a handle on top.

889. Four claw hammers: one marked PHILADELPHIA TOOL COMPANY in script lettering; another has a long steel handle and rubber grip; two others have light to moderate pitting. (Photo)

890. Pair of hatchets: the one on top is unmarked; the other is a VAUGHAN and has nail claw. (Photo)

891. Pair of hatchets: the one on top looks like a lathing hatchet is has a rounded cutting edge; the other has a shape we've never seen. It was probably made as a lathing hatchet. (Photo)

892. Three metalworking hammers: the one on tops is for hot cutting; the one in the center is a boilermaker's bumping hammer; and the bottom on is a blacksmith's drill or punching hammer. (Photo)

893. Four hatchets from top down: a MONARCH SIOUX CITY lathing hatchet; an OAK LEAF lathing hatchet; broad hatchet with modified nail claw; and an unknown type hatchet with removable cutting edge and removable hammer face, very interesting. (Photo)

894. Pair of hammers: Massive claw hammer with strapped handle, very good; and a WARDS MASTER 3766 with Perfect Handle-type handle, likely made by Bridgeport, very good. (Photo)

895. Lot of five assorted hammers including a 16-oz. VAUGHAN brick hammer; CRAFTSMAN brick hammer, and three misc.

896. Two stone hammers; the smaller one is marked 6lbs. and has a makers mark that uses an anchor, it is missing a several of it's teeth; the other is 2 to 3 pounds heavier and is only missing three or four teeth. (Photo)

897. Four claw hammers including the large STANLEY BELL SYSTEMS one on top. (Photo)

898. Five hand forged hammers including a mill pick. (Photo)

899. Five blacksmith or metalworking hammers. (Photo & Photo 2)

900. Five hammers: two small ballpeen; tack; tinner's cross peen; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

901. Five large hammers: one marked PROTO; the largest is marked 156.

902. Pair of unusual claw hammers: one has a hole thru the poll end for tightening wire; the other is a Hebblethwaite Patent steel fencing hammer, made on patent #529,284 issued to John H. Hebblethwaite of Rock Falls, Illinois on Nov. 20, 1894, this one is very good.

903. Cast iron four-legged Christmas-tree stand, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

904. Townsend Patent (U.S. No. 60,596) shoe-peg float with original stand, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

905. Stanley #150 miter box with HENRY DISSTON No. 4 12-inch back saw. (Photo & Photo 2)

906. Pair of 2-spoke wheelwright's travelers, both have wooden handles, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

907. Nice SESSIONS CLOCK CO. REGULATOR wall clock 38 1/2 inches tall, 18 inches wide with 12 1/2-inch dial, oak case, with original key and pendulum. (Photo & Photo 2)

908. Pair of clicker dies for stamping out shoe soles and heels. (Photo & Photo 2)

909. Set of three auger bits for a boring machine or drill press, all very good. (Photo)

910. Tongs for round hot work; and a blacksmith made 20-inch self-tightening pipe wrench. (Photo)

911. Blacksmith made branding iron in shape of letter M or W, very good. (Photo)

912. Pair of bit braces including Spofford No. 7 with light pitting; and and early Scandinavian? with wooden head, and simple friction chuck, very good. (Photo)

913. Wooden parallel screw clamp, marked S&K CO. very good. (Photo)

914. Stanley #904 wooden tool cabinet with original tool box saw; try square, brace, two bits, #741 vise; #102 plane, #61 marking gage; 10-oz. SW logo claw hammer, all fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

915. to 918. OPEN.

919. Four hatchets: Keen Kutter with hammer, replaced handle, good; a PLUMB shingling with stop, very good; R. KING NO. 7 with hammer and nail claw; and another PLUMB shingling that is missing the stop, good. (Photo & Photo 2)

920. Three pair of scissors: large pair by I.P. HYDE with brass handles, very good; a DISSTON that has a chip out of one blade (first Disston scissors we can recall seeing); and a small pair marked? (Photo & Photo 2)

921. Three items found among a plumb bob collection including a large copper piece in the center and a large round lead piece on the right. (Photo & Photo 2)

922. Pair of tools found in a hammer collection: on the bottom is a saw wrest with hammer; on the top is a cutting tool like a small hatchet with a tapered point on the other end. (Photo)

923. Three brass surveyor's-style plumb bobs: the one on the left is a 'Micro Bob' Suverkrup Patent by BRUNING and has a built-in reel on the top, very good; next is a LIETZ 16-oz.; and on the right is an unknown make. (Photo & Photo 2)

924. Pair of hammers: on top is SCHILD CUTTER NO. 10 tile cutter and hammer by SCHILD MFG. CO. Milwaukee, Wis., very good; and a welders slag hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

925. Three steel plumb bobs: the two on the left have removable tops, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

926. Silversmith's planishing hammer, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

927. Two unusual plumb bobs: on the left is an 11-inch steel model with a former owner or makers name scratched into it; and an 8-inch steel model. (Photo & Photo 2)

928. AMPCO 1 1/4 and 1 1/16-inch S-handled open ended non-sparking wrench, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

929. Large cast iron plumb bob, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

930. AMPCO H19 non-sparking claw hammer, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

931. Lot of five assorted plumb bobs; the three on the left are brass; the other two are steel, all are very good. (Photo)

932. AMPCO P85 (faint mark) non-sparking pliers with side cutter, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

933. Lot: two outside calipers and three pair of dividers, all with light rust and in need of cleaning. (Photo)

934. Lot of 15 assorted pairs of dividers, a few have light rust and will need to be cleaned.

935. Lot of five assorted calipers, most need a light cleaning.

936. Five pair of early dividers and calipers, a few could use a light cleaning. (Photo)

937. Two pair of REINER & CAMPBELL dividers, both have light rust.

938. Five assorted calipers and dividers including an unusual inside/outside pair marked E&T MFG. CO. PAT PEND.

939. May 187? patent T-handled reamer, has some light rust, very good overall; plus a nice T-auger with 1 1/2-inch bit, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

940. Two mallets: one marked THOR with copper faces and iron body; another with copper head makred GREENE-TWEED DEFENCE HAMMER, it is very good; and the bottom one has copper and rawhide faces and was made in England by THOR, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

941. Three curry combs and a scrub brush for washing and combing your horse's hair. (Photo & Photo 2)

942. PEXTO slater's hammer for working on slate roofs, complete and fine. (Photo)

943. French-style cobbler's hammer, head secured by about 14 nails, very good. (Photo)

944. Boilermaker's bumping hammer, very good overall. (Photo)

945. Coal hammer with MORGAN GR. CO. SPRINGFIELD MINN on one side and WHEN THEY MINE BETTER COAL WE'LL SELL IT on the other side. (Photo)

946. Pair of fantasy hammers: this one that just has two claws looks like it was put together by adding a claw to another hammer after cutting the the hammer poll off; and the hammer on the bottom with the wrap-around claw is patterned after a Solomon Anderson hammer, but this one for sure was not made by Anderson but rather by a later day collector to fill a gap in his collection. (Photo)

947. Lot of three mallets: a well-worn copper model with wooden handle; a lead model with wire loop handle; and a brass model with round steel handle. (Photo)

948. Large 32-oz wrecking hammer, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

949. RARE file makers hammer, has a faint mark and some pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

950. Cats head metalworking hammer, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

951. Lot of four different body or metalworking hammers; one PLUMB No. 1426; and a FAIRMOUNT CLEVE. No. 155, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

952. CHENEY NO. 777 adz hammer, handle is a replacement, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

953. Unusual broom maker's hammer, ferrule appears to be new, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)


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Great Planes Trading Co.


Phone 314-497-7884

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