Great Planes Trading Company Presents 5th Annual Hotter 'N Hell Antique Tool Auction, July 25-26, 2014, 4 PM Friday; 9:30 AM Saturday. Preview 2 to 4 PM Friday and 7:30 to 9:30 AM Saturday.

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Great Planes Trading Company Presents

5th Annual Hotter 'N Hell Tool Auction

July 25-26, 2014

Harvester Lions Club

4835 Central School Rd.

St. Charles (St. Louis), MO 63304

(Preview Friday 2-4 PM, Saturday 7:30 to 9:30 AM)

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Auction will begin Friday Afternoon at 4 PM with the sale of 275 lots of wrenches. The auction will resume Saturday morning at 9:30 AM with the sale of 525 lots of carpenter tools, household antiques, surveying items, and other related items. Below is a FINAL list. We filled it out as far as we could, but with 1/2 the building full of wrenches, there just wasn't room for the full 650 lots we would like to have sold on Saturday. We will just have to have an even bigger sale in September.

Choice Box Lots:

CB01. Choice from among 11 buggy and wagon wrenches. (Photo)

CB02. Choice from among 8 assorted buggy wrenches, etc. (Photo)

CB03. Choice from among five farm related wrenches including JOHN DEERE 22509; EMERSON; IHC P1599; F239; and OLIVER CP245. (Photo)

CB04. Choice from among eight farm related wrenches including G1014; SPARK PLUG - GEN. NUT 90257; EVEREADY No. 8; R172; PLANET JR. cutout; UNIVERSAL cutout, etc. (Photo)

CB05. Choice from among five farm related wrenches including a small DAYTON buggy wrench; RUDE BROS. 7RT LIBERTY IND; etc. (Photo)

CB06. Choice from among seven assorted hub cap wrenches. (Photo)

CB07. Choice from among seven lots of screw adjusting farm wrenches including OSBORNE PAT SEP 7 97 all-metal Vandegrift Patent. (Photo)

CB08. Choice from among 11 assorted hub cap wrenches. (Photo)

CB09. Choice from among eight antique jacks including International P3009; FORD; ELITE MFG. ASHLAND O.; OLIVER MFG. CHICAGO J3; JAX RACINE WIS.; etc. (Photo)

CB10. Choice from among six lots of antique jacks including DREDNAUT AUTO SPEC. MFG; US MFG. CO. MANSFIELD O. TIRE SAVER PAT. JUNE 17, 1914; ELITE MFG. ASHLAND, O.; etc. (Photo)

CB11. Choice from among nine cream separator wrenches including IHC 924C; TUBULAR; DeLaval; 15893; MONTGOMERY WARD; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

CB12. Choice from among eight IHC wrenches including: P1189; U51 (mate to U50 in lot 177); GA3171; 326E; 271N T-handle; McCORMICK; unknown pitted pitman; and ZA810 that has had the tab ground off. (Photo)

CB13. Choice from among five screw-adjusted implement wrenches including a nice INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER; and IHC Z788. (Photo)

CB14. Choice from among eight different farm-type wrenches including: VANBRUNT D-380; MONITOR DRILL A270; DEERE MANSUR CO. A522; DEERING (pitted); 136; 7350C PAT'D; B&G PLOW CO. CANTON 0; D.M. SECHLER. IMPLT. & CGE. CO. MOLINE-ILL J276. (Photo)

CB15. Choice from among eight farm-type wrenches: S-handled open ended; open ended; L299 S-handled open end; T-socket (similar to IHC 31); IHC 31 T-socket; double open end with square opening in center; pitted H911 IHC; unknown open end, pitted. (Photo)

CB16. Choice from among eight farm-type wrenches: IHC 5283; 124 with hammer; H911 IHC; DELCO 90258 CONN. ROD NUT, CYL. HEAD - COVER PLATE; 1AA cultivator; S-handled open end; 10 cultivator; cultivator with faint 4-digit number on tab opposite the hammer head. (Photo)

CB17. Choice from among eight farm-type wrenches: VANBRUNT D-380; 170; PLANET Jr. cutout; Acme Harvester Peoria M189 pitman; IHC N738 L-shaped socket; D&M; 124 with hammer; 106. (Photo)

CB18. Choice from among seven assorted farm-type wrenches: 5 IN 1 TOOL W.E.ROSEL COL. O. silo; 1059B IHC light pitting; 7345C Blackhawk; C350? with hammer; unmarked; DAVID BRADLEY MFG. WKS. 105A with hammer; and INDIANA SILO CO. with twisted handle. (Photo)

CB19. Choice from among twelve assorted simple socket wrenches and one one ratchet: HINSDALE 9/16 offset; unknown make, pitted; RAY with 1/2 & 5/8 on one end and 5/8 on end; BLACKHAWK 4218 9/16 & 3/4; WALDEN 3620 with some pitting; JAXON J4; H996?; small T handled square socket; small T-socket; X1960 PAT. 1559543; DURO 633; offset ratchet, not working, brazed handle. (Photo)

CB20. Choice from among ten assorted buggy wrenches. (Photo)

CB21. Choice from among 10 assorted buggy wrenches: C1185 T-handled; IHC P1599, fine; DP109 (Oliver); JWB (J. W. B. Walking Cultivator, Quincy, Illinois); IHC 2715 (cracked jaw); 3050? FOR PITMAN; and IHC R197. (Photo)

CB22. Choice from among 11 different automotive tools: brace type valve lapper; 3-Z6023 valve tool; K-D MF'G No. 900 valve spring compressor; Kulp & Dellinger Pat. K.D. Mfg. "SPECIAL" valve lifter; ZIM MFG No. 122 valve spring compressor; unmarked valve spring compressor; Kulp & Dellinger Pat. MODEL-A FORD compressor; No. 7 MERTZ VALVE SPRING RELEASE PEERBLOW MFG.; 3013 Putrow Patent push-rod adjusting wrench and screwdriver; CLOVIS TOOL CO. ST. MARYS, W. VA.; WILDE K.C. MO No. 676 Pat. No. 2,091,500 tool for valve keepers. (Photo)

CB23. Choice from among seven monkey wrenches with railroad markings: 15-in. C&N?RY RAILROAD SPECIAL W&B; 15-in. GIRARD SPECIAL FRISCO with sprung jaws; 15-in. Bemis & Call K.C.B.RY CO.; 12-in. Bemis & Call C&NW RY; 12-in. B&C C&NW, fine; B&C 12-in. M&KT "Katy" fine; and 12-in. MO.PAC.R.R. (Photo)

CB24. Choice from among seven monkey wrenches with railroad markings: 12-in. Bemis & Call M.C.R.R.; 12-inch Girard Special FRISCO; COLLINS & CO. 12-in. FRISCO; 8-inch RAILROAD SPECIAL J.H. WILLIAMS ST.L &??RY; 8-in. GIRARD K.C.T. RY; 8-in. J.H. WILLIAMS W&B RAILROAD SPECIAL C.R.I. & P.R.Y., fine; and another 8-in. J.H. WILLIAMS W&B RAILROAD SPECIAL C.R.I. & P.R.Y. (Photo)

CB25. Choice from among five different farm wrenches: 1126 T-handle (Moline Plow?); J.M. CO. (Janesville Mfg.?); R55 with star (Moline?); G70 (Madison Plow?) rusty; M182 (Litchfield). (Photo)

CB26. Choice from among five farm wrenches: J I. C P. WKS. 359; 14 1/2 (Minneapolis?); R1123 ROCK ISLAND; 4S (Sandwich Mfg.?); and M81. (Photo)

CF27. Choice from among eight farm wrenches: P1189 IHC; DISK (Janesville?); I.H. CO. G3170; IHC C-3170; ACME 88V; DEERING (light pitting); IHC R28; and P28. (Photo)

CF28. Choice from among six farm wrenches: FAMOUS OHIO J276 with some pitting; H523 (light pitting); R319; IHC R28; HAYES A116; M231 pitman. (Photo)

CF29. Choice from among eight farm wrenches: 5-1 (Milwaukee?); HAYES A116; (Midland Mfg.?); S-I (Milwaukee?); PLANET JR. 3; A-34 flat steel; A-34 flat steel; WRCO. (Photo)

CF30. Choice from among six assorted farm wrenches: IHC R319; P1183; IHC R319; EMERSON (pitted); INDEPENDENT SP116 rust and pitting; and 256 (Hoosier Drilling?). (Photo)

Automotive (Wrenches, Jacks, Etc.):

031. Display rack of SNAP-ON "Specialized Tools For AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION WORK ONLY" used on 1950s and 1960s automobiles. In addition to the numerous tools on the rack are four additional Snap-On transmission tools that we could not find spots for on the board. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

032. Model T tire bead breaker marked JJ MILLER GROVER HILL O(hio) PAT. PDG. in black paint, very good. (Photo)

033. WILLIAMS 15-inch 8813 offset wrench fits 2 3/16-inch bolts/nuts, the square end can be struck with a hammer for those difficult nuts and bolts, very good. (Photo)

034. Model T tire bead breaker marked JJ MILLER GROVER HILL O(hio) PAT. PDG. in red paint, very good. (Photo)

035. Lot of 7 assorted screw-adjusting AUTO nut wrenches, 11-inch pair on top has a frozen screw; below that a fine 11-inch VLCHEK; B.H.M. CO. 33-10; the pair on the bottom has sprung jaws. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Lot of 17 assorted simple sockets like 3822 11/16 Walden; PREST-O-LITE; MOSSBERG 2341 5/8; Mossberg 2337 9/16; Walden 771 5/8 & 9/16; BONNEY 9650, Walden 6202; a pitted not working Walden 712 ratchet; a brace-type pin spanner with rotating head; etc. (Photo)

037. Lot of 11 FORD lug wrenches, all very good. (Photo)

038. Lot of 14 assorted simple sockets: 622; 2720; 4020; Mossberg 2329 7/16; INDUSTRO; Walden 1620; Walden 2718; Mossberg 2333 1/2; DURO METAL PRODUCTS 633; etc. (Photo)

039. Lot of seven farm related wrenches: IHC P3156 8.5-inch; G291 MOWER 6.5-inch, some rust; J.I. CASE PLOW WORKS 2234 7.5-inch, fine; TC369 9.5-inch, very good; IHC ZA810 pitman 9-inch, very good; unknown 7-inch with open ends; and an F239 Oliver? 9.5-inch, very good. (Photo)

040. Lot of nine automobile lug wrenches including four marked FORD; one OVERLAND and some with just numbers. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Two automotive brace type tools, the one on top has gears on the bottom and drives a socket, the socket is cracked; the bottom one is multi-sized lug wrench. (Photo)

042. Ford automobile jack like those that would have been in the tool kits that early Model T and Model A cars were sold with, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

043. Lot of nine mostly Ford lug wrenches. (Photo)

044. Ford 3391A automobile jack has been repainted black, comes with a handle that has an offset wrench in one end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Three tools: IDEAL 13-inch tent stake and hammer combination, very good; and two 14-inch automotive lug wrenches, one marked FRANK SUMNER TIRES AND ACCESSORIES CARBONDALE, ILL. very good. (Photo)

046. BUCKEYE BOOSTER No. 0 automotive bottle jack, made by BUCKEYE JACK MFG. CO. ALLIANCE O(hio), very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

047. Lot of nine assorted wrenches including two lug wrenches; five hub cap wrenches; KENNEDY 314A plug wrench; and a FORD 9N17014 with inch graduations, used both for checking depth of furrows and for gauging fuel. (Photo)

048. Lot: four 9-inch AUTO nut wrenches; four lug wrenches; etc. (Photo)

049. Unusual Hercules 3-stage brass tire pump made by the SUNDERLAND MFG. CO. CHICAGO, has wooden handle and cast iron base, the hose is gone but historically correct ones can be found. (Photo)

050. Rushton Patent (U.S. No. 1,704,628) wheel rim tool, complete and fine; plus a compact Soo Tool Co. tire bead breaker by the Soo Tool Company in Sioux City, Iowa, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. Lot: wheel puller; early hand-cranked valve lapper (missing small disc at end of shave that would engage the head of the valve); and a valve spring compressor. (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Two open end wrenches: AC&F CO. (American Car & Foundry Company, St. Charles, Missouri) nicely embossed nut wrench, very good overall; and a large 2 1/8-inch with offset head, some light pitting on handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Three wrenches: BONNEY 7399 offset line wrench, some mild pitting, very good overall; PLUMB 3035 open end 3/4 & 11/16, fine overall; and a P-S open end. (Photo)

054. Lot of pliers including a pair of automotive snap-ring pliers, and a pair of Smith Patent (U.S. No. 1,970,983) electricians' conduit pliers by UTICA, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

055. Three open ended NASH automotive nut wrenches, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Pair of nut wrenches: MAXWELL 4; and a CB&Q (Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad), both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. Unusual Meyer Patent (U.S. No. 1,442,083) EFFICIENCY TOOL CO. MILWAUKEE WIS combined wrench and plier that can easily be taken apart so the open ended wrench at the end of each handle can be used, made on a patent issued Jan. 16, 1923 to Anton Meyer of Milwaukee, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

058. Lot: Toyota lug wrench; Toyota open end wrench; Toyota plier; RENAULT open end wrench; and two FIAT open ended wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. Four unusual automobile wrenches: two AUSTIN; a MITCHELL; and one marked CARBURETER 109-78. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Four flat-steel wrenches: one on top marked STOVES; LOGAN U.S. 5/8; BHM; and MAXWELL-2. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. ABINGDON KING DICK pocket or bicycle wrench, one small patch of pitting on side of top jaw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. PIERCE ARROW adjustable pocket or cycle wrench made by the Billings & Spencer Co., Pierce was an early automobile maker and they also made motorcycles circa 1912, so this wrench could have come with an early car or motorcycle, it is complete and fine. Also included is an IVER JOHNSON adjustable wrench, Johnson made guns, bicycles and a few early motorcycles. This wrench has the remains of a tire spoon in the end of the handle, nice nickel plating. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. Small 4-inch CROSBY nickel plated wrench with nicely embossed logo cast into handle, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

064. Seymour Patent (U.S. No. 273,170) twist handle bicycle wrench with the additional logo of C.F. STOKES MFG. CHICAGO. Stokes was a bicycle making company in Chicago in the 1880s (Photo & Photo 2)

065. Small open ended wrench with integral spanner that had a owner ID tag saying it was for adjusting vintage New Departure bicycle brakes, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

Pipe Wrenches:

066. Winchester (Trimo) 6-inch screw adjusted pipe wrench, some pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

067. Lot of four 10-inch adjustable pipe wrenches including LITTLE GIANT; WEST GERMANY; TRIMO, etc. (Photo)

068. Lot of three 12-inch Stillson-type pipe wenches: OSWEGO TOOL CO.; J.P. DANIELSON; and an unknown make all with handles painted red, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

069. Three 10-inch Stillson-type pipe wrenches: F.E. WELLS & SON; scarce STANLEY SW logo; and unknown make painted red. (Photo & Photo 2)

070. Two large wrenches: Large 19.75-inch self-adjusting pipe wrench, faint makers mark and patent date visible under black paint; and a SUPERENCH CHROME ALLOY offset box end that fits 1 7/8-inch nuts, also in black paint with light some pitting visible. (Photo & Photo 2)

071. Pair of lineman's wrenches: M. KLEIN & SONS CAT. 3146B, fine; and an LG25A, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Three screw adjusting pipe wrenches: 14-inch WALWORTH STILLSON with replaced wooden handle; RIGID E14, complete and fine; and a 10-inch LAWSON, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. Pair of spanner wrenches: the one on top is pitted; the bottom one is a No. 3003 by the Chicago Specialty Mfg. Co. it is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. Pair of 14-inch adjustable pipe tongs. (Photo & Photo 2)

075. Pair of STILLSON pipe wrenches: 18-inch WALWORTH GENUINE STILLSON, very good; and an unknown make 10-inch, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Brown Patent (U.S. No. 79,724) 14-inch adjustable pipe tong made by the E.H. ASHCROFT CO. of BOSTON, MASS on a patent issued to James Brown on July 7, 1868, this example is complete, nicely marked and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

077. Pair of nice hand forged alligator wrenches, both appear to have been made from old rasps or files. (Photo & Photo 2)

078. Lot of three single ended alligator wrenches including a 16-inch No. 3 BULL DOG with Union Pacific Railroad markings, fine; unknown make 12-inch; and a pitted WHITMAN & BARNES MFG. N0. 2 BULLDOG (Photo)

079. Lot of four double ended alligator wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

080. Six small adjustable pipe wrenches: four 8-inch Stillson-types one by WALWORTH; one OSWEGO TOOL CO; a 6-inch J.P. DANIELSON; and an all-steel 6-inch RIDGED. (Photo)

081. Stillson 6-inch MOTOR-CYCLE adjustable wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

082. Schick 13-inch forged aluminum adjustable pipe wrench, complete and very good, former owners name engraved in one side. (Photo)

083. Whitman & Barnes W&B 18-inch alligator wrench with C.R.I. & P. logo (Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railroad), some light pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

084. VULCAN AUTO TOOL PAT PENDG combined wrench, hammer, screwdriver, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

085. BLUE GRASS 14-inch Stillson-type adjustable pipe wrench, some light rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Mystery pair of UTICA TOOL pliers, possibly for cutting protective cover from large cables, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. Lot: WALDEN WORCESTER VG3 simple valve lapping tool; K-D MFG valve keeper inserting pliers; and pair of Hanson Patent (U.S. No. 2,370,308) cam-operated pliers, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Pair of wrenches: L.C.N. spanner with four hex and two square openings in handle; and a INDUSTRO MFG. CHICAGO WATER PUMP and FAN BELT wrench, some mild pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

089. ALL-POWER RIDGE REAMER PAT. No. 2,487,638, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

090. to 100. OPEN

Nut Wrenches:

100. David R. Ellis Pat. 8-inch S-handled crescent wrench David R. Ellis Patent (U.S. No. 759,869) 8-inch S-handled crescent type wrench with tilting head, made on a patent issued May 17, 1904 to David R. Ellis of Chicago, IL, this one is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Keen Kutter K-8 Crescent-type wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. S.H. CO. St. Louis single ended alligator wrench, very good. (Photo)

103. Mini Keen Kutter 15 alligator wrench with screwdriver at end of handle, very good. (Photo)

104. W& B (Whitman & Barnes) 18-inch all-steel monkey wrench, a few spots of pitting, and jaw slightly sprung, good overall. (Photo)

105. Unusual 15.5-inch twist handle nut wrench with hex adjuster nut, painted in red and black paint with some pitting showing under the paint, good overall. (Photo)

106. COES 15-inch wood handled monkey wrench, well worn handle, good overall. (Photo)

107. OPEN

108. Pair of 12-inch screw adjusted monkey wrenches including a fine TRIMO; and one with sprung jaws. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. TRIMO 14-inch MO-PAC railroad monkey wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

110. W & B WILLIAMS & CO. 14-inch RAILROAD SPECIAL monkey wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

111. Bemis & CAll 14-inch SLSW RY railroad with hex nut adjuster, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

112. Lot of four pocket or bicycle wrenches: Unmarked Zilox Patent; 5-inch A & M BUFFALO; 4.5-inch BILLINGS & SPENCER Model A; C.E. BILLINGS PAT. FEB 18th 1879, all very good. (Photo)

113. Large 24-inch single ended alligator wrench in black paint, marked 24 1/2 ALLIGATOR and faint ARMSTRONG on other side, some pitting shows below the paint. (Photo)

114. Three B & C Bemis & Call screw adjusting monkey wrenches: 18-inch; 15-inch and 12-inch. The 12-inch is fine; the 15-inch has been sand blasted and painted silver and black; and the 18-inch has a slightly bent handle and is locked up. (Photo & Photo 2)

115. Large 21 3/4-inch No. 4 single ended alligator wrench, marked ALLIGATOR WRENCH MFG. TRENTON NJ PAT. (Photo)

116. Three large S-wrenches: 21-inch S-wrench that fits 1 3/8 and 1 5/8, in black paint; 21-inch J.H. WILLIAMS S-wrench that fits 1 9/16 & 1 3/16, in silver paint, very good; and an 18.5-inch, in black paint, some pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

117. Large 22-inch single ended alligator wrench marked 4, has makers marks barely visible under new black paint. (Photo)

118. Pair of nut wrenches: J.H. Williams W & B 18-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, the wood has been replaced but the wrench is very good overall; and and all-steel DIAMOND D718 18-inch Auto-type, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

119. Large 22-inch single ended alligator wrench, some pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

120. Pair of 15-inch monkey wrenches: L. COES & CO. with wooden handle, fine overall; and an all-steel PS & W SAMSON with some pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

121. Large 15-inch V & B single ended alligator wrench, in black paint, very good. (Photo)

122. Four wooden handled monkey wrenches: 12-inch with green handle; and three 10-inch models including a PS & W. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Lot of five assorted wrenches: pocket or bicycle wrench; Bell Systems with three hex openings in handle; a SUNBEAM ELECTRIC MFG. CO. (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Lot of five S-handle open ended nut wrenches including two marked FRISCO SYSTEM (railroad); a nice P&O CO (railroad); a B&ORR (railroad) Williams 367 SPECIAL; one of the Frisco wrenches has a broken jaw on one end. (Photo)

125. Four wooden handled monkey wrenches: 12-inch Coes; 10-inch SIMMONS; 8-inch COES; and 8-inch COLLINS & CO, all very good. (Photo)

126. Lot of eight wooden handled monkey wrenches, a few needs new handles. (Photo)

127. Three screw adjusting 9-inch AUTO nut wrenches, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

128. TRIMO 10-inch adjustable nut wrench marked NYC on one side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

129. Lot: two spud or alignment wrenches one marked 1707 3/4; and one 5/8 in green paint; plus a Ford Motor Company FOMOCO C5NN-17038-A, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

130. Pair of hand forged nut wrenches, one with a hook at the end of the handle, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

131. Lot of four monkey wrenches: three 12-inch including a PS&W SAMSON; and one 10-inch Perfect Handle with steel handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

132. Two 11-in. AUTO nut wrenches including on top a nice BILLINGS & SPENCER. (Photo & Photo 2)

133. Lot of four 8-inch wood handled monkey wrenches: THE LAMSON CASE HARDENED; PS&W CO. SOLID BAR; & B&C with long-sleeve adjuster. (Photo & Photo 2)

134. Lot of seven 9-in AUTO nut wrenches including 1 marked FORD. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. Four wood handled monkey wrenches: three 10-in. including a nice Perfect Handle; and one Perfect Handle 12-in. that has brazed repairs on sides of jaw. (Photo & Photo 2)

136. Lot of four wood handled monkey wrenches: B&C wooden handled monkey wrench; BEMIS & CALL combination pipe and nut wrench with long adjuster sleeve, very good; unknown make monkey wrench, tag on it says it is a model K51; and a Bemis & Call combined pipe and nut wrench with short hex adjuster nut., movable jaw chipped where pipe grip is pinned, handle weathered. (Photo)

137. Four all-steel monkey wrenches: BEMIS & CALL with red handle; and PEXTO 12-in. with green handle; 12-inch PEXTO 12; and 10-inch BEMIS & CALL with green handle, all very good to fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. Three 12-inch monkey wrenches: Billings Coes all-steel with script lettering, fine overall; Hibbard's TRUE VALUE, fine; and COES WRENCH CO. made under L. COES PAT. fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

Farm Related Wrenches:

139. A.P. Joy? adjustable buggy wrench with much of the original nickel plating remaining, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

140. John Deere 8-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, some mild pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

141. Unusual mini slip joint pliers with CASE tractor logo on side, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

142. ASW CO. A M - STEEL & WIRE CO. 29-inch wire stretcher, PAT APPLD FOR S1 /A S W CO, in red paint, very good overall. (Photo)

143. Unknown 13-inch D1982AB in orange paint, very good. (Photo)

144. Unknown make 17-inch wrench with square 1.25-inch opening, in red paint, very good. (Photo)

145. Unknown make 16.5-inch 880C wrench in black paint, very good overall. (Photo)

146. Lot: Ten assorted S handled nut wrenches including a nice IHC G3866; three CHAMPIONS; and one on top right marked 1126959-USA, and three that appear to be home made. (Photo & Photo 2)

147. Five assorted wrenches: two different JWB; a nice Z-300; broken C579; and hte one on top has a key built into the end of the handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

148. Lot of seven wrenches, etc.; HAYES E8315 T-socket; two orphans in green and red paint; VICTOR; small 27622 square opening marked on both sides "CLOSE WITH SNAP ACTION; unknown cast item with four fingers; and small double open ended. (Photo & Photo 2)

149. Pair of wrenches: 14-inch DISC 317 G, number hard to read, very good; and a grate shaker marked ESTATE HEATROLA PART 791, with offset square opening. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Pair of wagon axle nut wrenches both with pitting and both painted black. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. Lot of farm related wrenches including from top left CHAMPION 8.5-inch; STAR SPRINKLER CORPORATION 9-inch; unknown make 8-inch, serious pitting; IHC HE911, very good, bed key wrench; H523 8-inch, fine; ECONOMY KING separator with pin spanner; smith-made square opening; 1036 A 6-inch, very good; a broken W2; and a 4.5-inch saw wrest? (Photo)

152. Lot of nine flat steel wrenches including: JOHN DEERE JD-53; three marked DEERE on both sides; one marked 5; one unmarked; a pitted GALE; and a MOSSBERG 267 3/4 & 7/8-inch. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. Lot of nine farm-related wrenches including: F239; (Case Plow) P.942; (Emerson) P890; M-H Z 435; J122 pitman (pitted); R57 with pin spanner; MECO No.2; etc. Most are in black paint. (Photo)

154. Lot of nine farm-related wrenches including: IHC1059B; H911; SIMMONS UTILITY (bent); cultivator; 170; 1893. Most are in black paint. (Photo)

155. Lot of eight farm-related wenches including: D239 (pitted); CHATTANOOGA CP4003 IHC; 286; PURE CARBONIC INC.; (DELCO) 90257; "EASY" No. 2; R-46 with hammer; and little cultivator. Two in black paint. (Photo)

156. Lot of eight farm-related wenches including: IHC 1059B, fine; unknown (pitted); two IHC L9; M231 pitman; 642 (Ohio Rake); and Standard cultivator. (Photo)

157. Two Massey-Harris 14.5-inch 217C DISC wrenches, both very good. (Photo)

158. Pair of IHC P1599 T-shaped wrenches, one is in red paint and is very good; the other is flat black and has heavy pitting under the paint. (Photo)

159. Pair of vehicle or buggy wrenches: one marked DAYTON 2812 PATENTED; and the other is marked BANNER 2813B PATENTED, both very good. (Photo)

160. Three wrenches: 12-inch stamped or pressed steel with 1 3/4-inch hex box and 1-inch open end; good; Caterpillar S-702 FOR WATER PUMP NUTS ONLY 10.75-inch, 2 3/4-inch open end, very good; and a 2 3/4-inch open end for hex nuts, owner has written 123481 on it with white grease pencil, very good. (Photo)

Unusual Misc. Antique Adjustable Wrenches:

161. Vandegrift Patent 8-inch all-metal wedge-adjusting wrench with smooth jaws, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

162. Unusual 12-inch S-handle crescent-type wrench that has a screw that can be lifted out once the jaw has been removed. Must be a patented model but we do not know who made it, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

163. Unusual 7.5-inch pliers with screw adjuster, marked PAT APLD FOR on one side, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. Unusual 15-inch Curtis Patent (U.S. No. 425,371) pipe wrench made by the American Saw Company, Trenton, New Jersey on a patent issued April 8, 1890 to Andrew J. Curtis of Monroe, Maine, this one has broken spring otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

165. Pair of ATLAS POWDER CO. EXPLOSIVES No. 2 dynamite or explosives pliers for crimping fuse into blasting cap, poker at end of handle, fuze cutter, screwdriver, very good; and a PROTO #275, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

Tractor Seats & Cast Iron Tool Boxes:

166. HOOSIER cast iron tractor or implement seat, no breaks or welding, just needs a good cleaning a coat of paint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

167. Unusual cast iron tool box with hinged lid, has WHITEWATER WIS. in the lid, if memory serves, these tool boxes were mounted on pieces of horse-drawn firefighting equipment, this one is very good with no chipped or broken pieces and no repairs. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. BUCKEYE AKRON cast iron tractor or implement seat, covered in light to medium rust, will look like a champ with a good cleaning and coat of paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

169. DEERE cast iron tool box, has some rust, but will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

170. IHC tractor tool box, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

171. Pair of PATTEE plow iron tool boxes that have been bolted together to make a cast iron tray out of and painted silver, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

172. Pair of large S-handled railroad wenches, J.H. WILLIAMS CO. SOUTHERN RAILWAY with one end offset at 90 degrees to the handle, very good; and one with illegible mark painted black. (Photo)

173. WILLIAMS 20-inch #373 S-handled B&ORR railroad wrench, fine. (Photo)

174. Williams 20-inch #372A S-handled ST. LOUIS AND SAN FRANCISCO wrench, some pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

175. Pair of S-handle wrenches on 17-inch and one 14 1/2-inch, both painted black. (Photo)

Farm Wrenches (second lot)

176. International Harvester IHC model P1599, model number embossed on one side and "debossed" on other side, complete and fine. (Photo)

177. Lot of seven IHC wrenches: ZA810 with circular IHC logo, very good; P890 with circular IHC logo, fine; I.H.CO. G3525 with light pitting; IHC circular logo 1595E very good; two U50 wrenches, one has light pitting; IHC circular logo GA-3171 light pitting. (Photo & Photo 2)

178. Lot of eight IHC wrenches: P1189 IHC circular logo, some pitting; unknown 12-inch with light pitting; IHC circular logo G3170, light pitting; DEERING marked on both sides, one jaw broken; P890 IHC circular logo, light pitting; I.H. CO 12335-D complete and fine; IHC circular logo H911 with light pitting; and IHC circular logo, fine. (Photo)

179. Lot of ten flat steel wenches: two JD-53 JOHN DEERE; one marked DEERE on both sides; two JD-51; DEERE; JD-50; JD-5C; and BLACKHAWK FACTORIES CLARKSVILLE TENN USA. (Photo & Photo 2)

180. Four assorted iron buggy wrenches. (Photo)

181. Lot of nine assorted flat-steel wrenches: DEERE; JD-50; JD-52; P&O CO.; HOOPER DG848; and one with a logo we have never seen. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

182. STERLING M'F'G. Co. 12.25-inch D127 a little light to moderate pitting, very good. (Photo)

183. AMERICAN HARROW Co. DET. MICH. DD198 in red primer, looks like some pitting under primer, good overall. (Photo)

184. Two wrenches: T-socket marked 0 on one side, owner's ID tag says it's a J.D. TOWER & SONS MENDOTA, ILL, complete and very good; and a Cerniak Patent #2,543,151 combination (barrel) plug and agitator crank, used to operate an internal agitator in metal drums used to ship liquid mixtures that would settle or separate during shipment and storage, and to seal the opening providing access to the agitator shaft, very good. (Photo)

185. Two JWB silo-type wrenches: 10-inch and 11.5-inch, both very good. (Photo)

186. Three assorted implement wrenches: one is owner IDd as being G.A. KELLY PLOW CO. 9.5-inch, very good overall; J.I. CASE PLOW WORKS 4106 very good; and an owner IDd 8.5-inch No. 12 Griswald Patent 1863, complete and very good. (Photo)

187. Three small buggy or vehicle wrenches: DAYTON PLOW CO.?; MILLERS ST. LOUIS; and #7325, all very good. (Photo)

188. Three assorted wrenches: 9.25-inch STAR SPRINKLER CORPORATION PHILADELPHIA, PA USA, very good; 10-inch G1014 with one broken jaw; and an unknown make 9-inch, very good. (Photo)

189. Lot of 5 vehicle or buggy wrenches including two have owner ID tags saying they are EBERHARD models one with square box and one with hex, all very good. (Photo)

190. RARE Sattley Manufacturing Company cloth tool pouch with advertising of the riding and walking plows made by that company beginning in the late 1880s. This pouch is also marked with the name of the company's sales agent D.E. GINNAVEN. Pouch is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

191. Lot of six flat steel wrenches: McPo; M-1138 (Letz?); A-76 (pitted); A-76; A-34; and A-34 with light pitting. (Photo)

192. Lot of six farm related wrenches: 10 (EMPIRE) cultivator; 1AA (Brown Manley); PLANET JR. 3 with hammer; STANDARD with hammer; and two LETZ E782. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Lot: two hog ringers and two Diamond Edge S-handled wrenches. (Photo)

194. Pair of farm wrenches: 9-inch adjustable IHC nut wrench, some rust, very good overall; and an 11.5-inch JWB silo wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. IHC 12-inch screw adjusted nut wrench, good; and a No. 4 pair of end cutters, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. Unknown make 15-inch B144 implement wrench, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

197. Lot of 14 farm wrenches: five VAN BRUNT D-380; DANE G51; DANE G51E; D&M (Deere & Mansur); 278; two 196 (DEERE); DEERE & MANSUR A522; and two Deere-Mansur A523. (Photo)

198. Lot of six wrenches including a DEERE cutout with rust, a stove grate shaker, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

199. OPEN.

Quick Adjust Wrenches:

200. Gordon Patent (U.S. No. 1,380,794) 7.25-inch quick adjust nut wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

201. Wright Patent (U.S. No. 646,565) 7-inch quick-adjust pipe wrench made by the HAMMOND MFG. CO. BOSTON MASS on a patent issued April 3, 1900 to Edward Wright of Worcester, Mass, this example is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Bonner Patent (U.S. No. 737,199 & No. 937,917) "VICTOR" 15-inch quick adjust pipe wrench, a little light pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. Bonner Patent (U.S. No. 737,199 & No. 937,917) "VICTOR" 8-inch quick adjust pipe wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

Monkey Wrenches.

204. Pair of 15-inch monkey wrenches: Unknown make, good overall; and one marked REVONOC on one side and UNION PACIFIC (Railroad) on the other, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

205. Keen Kutter 15-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. BEMIS & CALL 18-inch with steel handle, hex nut adjuster, handle slightly bent, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. W&B (Whitman & Barnes) 15-inch all metal, marked MO.PAC.R.R., a little minor pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. BEMIS & CALL 15.5-inch combination pipe and nut wrench with long adjuster sleeve, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

209. W&B (Whitman & Barnes) 18-inch all-metal with some minor pitting, dried grease on the adjuster screw that makes it hard to turn, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. H.D. SMITH 18-inch perfect handle monkey wrench, very good. (Photo)

Self-tightening & more monkey wrenches.

211. Unusual Hayward Patent (U.S. No. 1,077,343) self-tightening 11-inch pipe wrench made on a patent issued Nov. 4, 1913 to Hubert E. Hayward of Aldrich, Missouri, this example is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Pair of self tightening pipe wrenches: HELLER MASTERENCH self-tightening, very good; and an unknown 9-inch self-tightening pipe wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Bemis & Call 18.5-inch combination pipe and nut wrench, wooden handle weathered and worn, good overall. (Photo)

214. CRAFT 18-inch roller jaw wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

215. W&B 18-inch all metal monkey wrench marked C.R.I.&P.R.Y. (Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific) railroad wrench, some minor pitting, very good overall. (Photo)

216. BEMIS & CALL all-metal 21-inch with hex nut adjuster, coated in thick oil, very good. (Photo)

217. Bonner Patent (U.S. No. 737,199 & No. 937,917) "VICTOR" 20-inch quick-adjust pipe wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

218. Pair of wrenches: 19.5-inch Vaughan Patent (D29,767) self tightening pipe wrench, complete and very good; plus a pair of 14-inch Ashcroft-type pipe tongs, some rust, very good overall. (Photo)

219. to 221. OPEN.

222. Lot of seven assorted drain plug and tank wrenches including three handle-adjusting models; WHEATON No. 12S; BLACKHAWK 151; KEN TOOL G17; 281; etc. (Photo)

223. Pair of wrenches: ERIE TOOL WORKS AUTO NO. 14 with bent handle; and a 12-inch brass PHILA VALVE CO. 2830, very good. (Photo)

224. Pair S-handle adjustable nut wrenches: BONNEY 10 IN. ADJ. S., complete and very good; and an 8-inch ROBINSON, complete and very good. (Photo)

225. Box of seven USMC (United Shoe Machinery Corporation) open ended wrenches, plus eight additional wrenches by Williams and others, all inside a wooden box that is bound on the edges and has metal corners. Likely out of of one of the big St. Louis shoe factories. Two small wrenches including an S-handle USMC and a leather knife marked USMC 1 also included. (Photo)

226. Pair of 8-inch S-handle adjustable nut wrenches: Keystone Mfg. WESTCOTT No. 78, very good; and WESTCOTT AUTO 8-inch, very good. (Photo)

227. Lot: Boos Tool Co. 6-inch handle adjusting nut wrench, very good; C.S. Osborne staple puller; and three misc. wrenches. (Photo)

228. to 232. OPEN.

Ratchets.

233. Lord Patent (U.S. No. 666,202) THE BAY STATE 11-inch double ended ratchet, made by BAY STATE TOOL CO., complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

234. Will B. Lane Patent (JAN. 14.08) UNIQUE 7.5-inch ratchet with 7/8-inch hex socket, made by the Will B. Lane, Chicago, Illinois, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

235. to 240. OPEN.

Pliers:

241. Six pair of nippers and other plier-like tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

242. Six pair of pliers including two CRONK-types; an ENDERES slip joint, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Lot of four wrenches including two pair of Eifel Plierench pliers, and a pitted COCHRAN self-tightening. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Lot of six different plier and plier-like tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. Lot: eight assorted blacksmith tongs; a pipe tong; five nippers; and a pair of homemade pliers, etc. (Photo)

246. Lot: two pair of pliers, end cutters; side cutters and Blue-Point (Snap-On) PRS-7A wire strippers; Billings and Spencer 6-inch pliers with two patent dates; CHANNEL LOCK 728 side cutters; 4.5-inch end cutters with ruined edges from over zealous grinding; and slip joint pair of Mead Patent (U.S. No. 2,600,512) pliers missing the nut from the end of the pivot bolt. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. KLEIN TOOLS 125th Anniversary pair of nickel plated lineman's pliers in a felt bag with good draw cord, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Three different pliers: CHANNELOCK No. 410, needs cleaning, very good overall; EIFEL-FLASH PLIERENCH, very good; and a TRUECRAFT K711B pair of fencing pliers with staple claw, plier, wire cutter and hammer face, plastic coated handles, like new. (Photo)

249. Lot: KRAEUTER 1923-8 slip-joint 8-inch pliers with offset jaws, complete and very good; BOKER U.S.A. 5.5-inch side cutters, fine; and a BILLINGS & SPENCER Model A 4.25-inch pocket wrench with graduated bar, handle painted red, very good overall. (Photo)

Box Lots:

250. Lot of seven S-handled open ended nut wrenches including one marked WILLIAMS and another HERBRAND. (Photo)

251. Lot of nine assorted wrenches including a BUCKEYE 8173-1 tank or valve wrench; BILLINGS 707 1 1/8-inch that has been ground flat on one side of opening; a tiny 901A spud wrench; Williams 1 1/8-inch pump wrench; PLOMB 3720 5/8-inch line wrench; wrench on top has sticker FOR EMERGENCY GAS VALVE SHUT ONLY; and two open ended orphans. (Photo & Photo 2)

252. Lot of 12 assorted wrenches: two basin wrenches; a gas bottle wrench; a MAYTAG; RENAK; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Lot of 11 assorted Billings & Spencer wrenches including double open ended models; S-wrenches, a single open end and a small 4-inch adjustable. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Lot of six adjustable nut wrenches: two 15-inch all metal Bemis & Call monkey wrenches; unknown make 12-in. AUTO; BILLINGS COES 10-inch, fine; and two 8-inch all metal monkey wrenches inc. pitted W & B RAILROAD SPECIAL C.M. & STPRY. (Photo)

255. Lot of four different flat steel MAYTAG wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Ten mostly FORD automotive lug wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Lot: Unknown make pressed steel pruning sheers; LIGHTNING WRENCH made by the HAMPTON MACHINE & TOOL CO. HAMPTON, IOWA, fine; and a FAIRMOUNT No. 466 7/16-inch spanner wrench, very good. (Photo)

258. Lot of ten mostly farm related wrenches including a DELAVAL cream separator wrench; Superior Drill Co. 397, light pitting; 2234 (Case or M-H); unknown 256, 8-inch; F239 9.5-in. (Oliver or IHC), etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Lot of eleven double ended alligator and crocodile wrenches with thread chasers in the handles; among them are K&B; HAWKEYE; SAXON KILBORN & BISHOP CO.; BONNEY VIXON; DIAMOND EDGE DE100; CROCODILE; an instant collection. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

260. Lot of eleven alligator wrenches; six single ended models including a nice BUFFUM TOOL CO. LOUISIANA, MO; an five double ended including a nice nickel plated example with the patent date JULY 18, 1882 in the side and a nice Diamond Edge DE55; a pitted BULL TERRIER; and a BHM C0. (Bridgeport Hardware Mfg.) in red paint; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

261. Lot of nine mostly farm-related wrenches including: 2155 open end; unknown pitted; multi sized drain plug?; IHC H523; IHC P890; KWB?; VULCAN PLOW pitted; 1AA cultivator; and IHC. (Photo)

262. Lot of nine farm-related wrenches including: G.M. CO. PEERLESS with broken jaw; unmarked; B&G PLOW CO. CANTON O (pitted); OLIVER (pitted); unknown with hammer; B&G PLOW CO. CANTON O; unknown; and 1-2 silo. (Photo)

263. Box lot of 13 assorted automotive type simple socket wrenches including 5810 Walden; 771 Walden; 1622 Walden; CH4 HINSDALE; SNAP-ON 1/2-inch socket handle; brace-type lug wrench that fits four different sized nuts. (Photo)

264. Box lot of 11 assorted farm-type wrenches all in black paint. Included are the following: Morrison 260 (pitted); COLLINS & CO. (pitted); MECO No. 1 TANK WRENCH; 14.5-in. DISC; SAGINAW SILO FARMERS HANDY WAGON Co.; F239; etc. (Photo)

265. Lot of eleven assorted farm related wrenches including two that look like combination lid lifters and grate shakers. (Photo)

266. Lot of five 8-inch wooden handled monkey wrenches including: W&B; PS&W; COES; COES WRENCH Co. L. COES Pat. (Photo & Photo 2)

267. Lot of five 8-inch wooden handled monkey wrenches including RUSWIN Perfect Handle-type; GIRARD; and three unknown makes. (Photo & Photo 2)

268. Lot of four 10-inch monkey wrenches including PERFECT HANDLE painted silver; and an ACME twist handle. (Photo)

269. Lot of four 10-inch monkey wrenches including a fine BLUE GRASS. (Photo & Photo 2)

270. Lot of seven nut wrenches: ACME-type 11.5-inch with wire handle; 12-in. LAMSON & SESSIONS monkey wrench; COES 12-in. monkey wrench; 10-in. REVONOC monkey wrench; two unknown make 10-inch monkey wrenches; 10-inch twist handle. (Photo)

271. Lot of eleven IHC wrenches including: G3171; G3525 (pitted); 3614T; 1535-E; 1595E; 1595E; G3173; 12737D; 12737DA; 12737-DA; and 1325EA. (Photo)

272. Wooden 1950s ammo crate filled with 27 assorted automotive speed wrenches and simple socket wrenches. (Photo)

273. Lot of nine assorted farm wrenches including: IHC 1059B; IHC 1163H; DEERING; H523 1/2; U51; R197; (Delco) 90257; Z86; and P28?. (Photo)

274. Lot of ten IHC wrenches: two 1595E; 1595E with pitting; G3173 with rust; 1325EA with mild pitting; 1325EA light rust; 1327-D; 12737D; two 12737DA. (Photo)

275. Lot of small engine repair tools: two flywheel holders for use when working on Briggs and Stratton engines, one marked 19167, the other 1P; an aluminum CLUTCH SPANNER 2P, very good; and a mystery simple spanner made of round stock. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. Lot: Snap-On TR-20 Thread Repair Tool, with extra dies, very good; Blue-Point (Snap-On) CF-12 valve spring compressor, complete and fine; and an unknown gear-puller type device that appears to be used to separate something, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

277. Lot of seven wrenches including V&B 2 1/2 double ended alligator; V&B #1 double ended alligator; VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. "NUT WRENCH" flat steel alligator; tiny flat steel alligator marked TRADE B MARK; J.H. WILLIAMS 472-A, 1 1/4 to 3-IN Adjustable Spanner, etc. (Photo)

278. Lot of six tire patching clamps. (Photo)

279. Lot of seven single ended alligator wrenches. (Photo)

280. Pair of screw clevises; the one on the left is adjustable, both are very good. (Photo)

281. Lot of four nippers: two by Heller and others plus a pair of CHAMPION DEARMENT bolt cutters?, very good. (Photo)

282. Five pair of nippers: 14-inch CHAMPION TOOL; 10-inch CHAMPION DEARMENT; 12-inch BRIDGE TOOL (St. Louis) hoof trimmer, etc. (Photo)

Wire and Fence Tools:

283. Ratcheting fence stretcher, all steel, very good overall. (Photo)

284. Townsend Wire Stretcher sold by F.J. Townsend Painted Pot, N.Y., wooden and steel construction, very good overall. (Photo)

285. Wire fencing tool with long wooden handle, very good. (Photo)

286. Unknown make No. 700 fence or wire tool with wooden handles, very good overall. (Photo)

287. to 294. OPEN.

295. Pair of MAC wrench rolls, both in fine condition. (Photo)

296. Box of 27 mistake and incomplete open ended and combination nut wrenches; 6 sockets, and 15 assorted allen wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

297. Box of 30 DEERE flat-steel wrenches, most in very good overall condition. Included are JD-50; JD-51; JD-52; JD-53 and five that are just marked DEERE. (Photo & Photo 2)

298. Box of 30 assorted S-handle nut wrenches. (Photo)

299. Box of 50 plus mostly flat steel wrenches including several marked DEERE, most in black paint. (Photo)

300. Box of 30 plus assorted nut wrenches, most painted black. (Photo)

END OF FRIDAY AUCTION

301. Stanley #8 iron jointer plane, bed repainted, needs new iron, good low knob, tote spur MIA, good overall. (Photo)

302. Pair of Ohio Tool iron fore planes: OHIO TOOL #06C with nice original blade, good tote and knob, very good overall; and an #06 with small chip from right front corner, light pitting on body, wood refinished, good usable condition. (Photo)

303. Early Stanley #7 prelateral iron jointer plane, good Rule & Level Co. blade, beaded low knob, tote broken in middle and glued, two holes in left side for jointer gage, very good. (Photo)

304. Pair of Ohio Tool Co. iron bench planes: #05 1/2 wide body jack plane with repainted bed, good tote and knob, good original blade, good usable condition; and a #05 with good tote and knob, light pitting on blade and chip breaker, good overall. (Photo)

305. Stanley #6C iron fore plane, good Q-logo blade, low knob chipped at base, tote broken and glued, bed repainted, will make good user. (Photo)

306. Stanley #3C iron smooth plane with nice BB-logo blade, good tote and tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

307. Stanley #5 1/2C wide body jack plane, light pitting on top of Q-logo blade, good rosewood low knob, tote broken and glued in center, bed repainted, will make good user. (Photo)

308. Stanley #3 iron smooth plane, good SW-logo iron, very good rosewood tote and tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

309. Early Stanley #5 1/2 wide body jack plane, nice early style tote and low knob, good Q-logo blade, most japanning gone from bed, good usable condition. (Photo)

310. Pair of iron smooth planes: Union #3C with pitting sole, good knob, tote broken in center, good usable condition; Sargent? 4-WAY BLADE smoother with gray bed, good hardwood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)

311. Stanley #5 iron jack plane, fine rosewood tote and knob, BB-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo)

312. Pair of Sargent iron smooth planes: #409 with horseshoe lateral lever, chipped lever cap, very good overall; and a Sargent VBM #409C with chipped lever cap, fine tote and beaded knob, very good overall. (Photo)

313. Stanley #5C Type 11 iron jack plane, fine BB-logo blade, good tote and tall knob, bed repainted, good usable condition. (Photo)

314. Pair of iron jack planes: Sargent #414 complete and very good overall; and a Craftsman (Millers Falls?) 14-inch, tote broken near base and needing glue, good tall knob, very good overall. (Photo)

315. Stanley #4 1/2 wide body smooth plane, good V-logo blade, good tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo)

316. Pair of iron jack planes: Sargent #414, complete and very good; and a Stanley HANDYMAN with handles painted brown, very good overall. (Photo)

317. Fine Stanley #4 1/2C wide body smooth plane, fine rosewood tote and tall knob, one patent date behind frog, fine overall. (Photo)

318. Stanley #140 skew bladed block plane with removable side, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

319. Pair of iron block planes: Stanley #60 1/2 low angle iron block plane, later model with dark blue japanning, very good overall; and a KEEN KUTTER with knuckle jointed lever cap, good Keen Kutter blade, hang hole in toe, good usable condition. (Photo)

320. DIAMOND EDGE DEX220 iron block plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Stanley #203 iron block plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Scarce OHIO TOOL CO. O220 Mark's Patent iron block plane, complete with original blade, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Three iron block planes: Sargent #217 with knuckle jointed lever cap, very good; Sargent-made Craftsman 6-inch with nickel plated lever cap, very good; and a SHELTON unbreakable similar to a Stanley #118, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. Three iron block planes: WARDS MASTER similar to Stanley #9 1/2, complete and very good; Stanley #220 some light rust, will clean to very good; and a DIAMOND EDGE DE110, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Four iron block planes: CRAFTSMAN #107-37032 with nickel plated lever cap, very good; UNION MFG CO. with Excelsior-style body, well used iron, early style cap, very good overall; FULTON (Sargent) #307, complete and very good; and a SARGENT #5206, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Lot: two sad irons, two slugs for ox-tongue sad irons; and a small L.F.&C. hanging spring scale. (Photo)

327. Surveyor's 150-foot tape and reel by Chicago Steel Tape Mfrs, Chicago, ILL, nice wooden handle, very good. (Photo)

328. Unusual 20-pound round hitching weight, very good. (Photo)

329. Lot of shotgun shells and boxes: WARDS HAWTHORNE RELIANCE 20 GA.; J.C. HIGGINS 20 GA; ELEY GRAND PRIX (Made in England); WINCHESTER SPEED LOADS; PETEERS HIGH VELOCITY; and WINCHESTER DUCK & PHEASANT LOAD. The shells in the SPEED LOADS box are badly corroded, and the ones in the ELEY box may be too. All were stored in a damp basement. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

330. Lot: Large tin ladle; early patented brace; and a 10-inch DIAMOND DUBUQUE damper plate, all have light rust from being stored in damp basement. (Photo)

331. Five boxes of shotgun shells: Western Xpert, box tatty; ELEY GRAND PRIX, Made in England, box tatty; SEARS XTRA-RANGE .410 GA; RED HEAD Reliance 12 GA; and WINCHESTER DUCK & PHEASANT LOAD, 12 GA. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

332. Nice 20-inch Ashcroft Patent pipe tong, with traces of blue paint on handles, needs a light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

333. Unusual H.D. SMITH "PERFECT HANDLE" 15-inch all-metal monkey wrench, C.M.&S.T.P.RR (railroad) needs a light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

334. BEMIS & CALL 12-inch combination pipe and nut wrench with long sleeve adjuster, needs light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

335. Folding yardstick from GAUEN LUMBER CO., complete and very good; plus a Lufkin #11 two-fold yardstick marked HOUSEHOLD RULE on back, very good. (Photo)

336. Lot of three all-steel Stanley try squares. (Photo)

337. Lot: two iron leather shaves; plus an unknown make iron spokeshave with open loop handles. (Photo)

338. Lot of 12 assorted Stanley try and try & miter squares including a scarce Type 1. (Photo & Photo 2)

339. Scarce SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. DIAMOND EDGE "FOR SPORTSMEN" hatchet with hunting dog on point, nice original SHAPLEIGH'S wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Stanley #113 compass plane, good Q-logo blade, intact rear handle, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Keen Kutter No. 4771 TOMAHAWK hatchet, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Stanley #46 skew bladed plow plane, later model with sliding section and fence, nice nickel plating, fine rosewood handle and wear strip on fence, fine overall, no blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. Shapleigh Hardware Co. DIAMOND EDGE "FOR SPORTSMEN" hatchet with flying duck logo, original handle has chip near the butt end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

344. H.S.B. & Co. (Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett & Company) OVB nickel plated plumb bob in original wooden box with screw off cap, the label on the outside of the box is hard to read, a like new bob in a very good box. (Photo)

345. Davis Level & Tool Co. 24-inch cast iron inclinometer level, the pointer and screw that secures it are missing but can be purchased, all the filagree is intact, no structural damage, very good overall. (Photo)

346. Stanley #45 SW model with two original boxes of blades, long and short rods, beading stop, two depth stops, cam, a fine plane in an old wooden box with brass corners, box needs cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

347. Set of letter stamps with brass holder that can be hammered on, all inside a wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Stanley #50 light duty plow plane with near perfect japanning, fine rosewood handle, thumb-operated blade adjuster, full box of blades with nice label, beading stop, depth stop, and screw for securing narrowest blades, a fine plane in an owner-made wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Scarce E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER railroad lock, no key, but the lock is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Stanley #55 Universal plow plane, early model with four original boxes of 52 blades including slitter; has intact auxiliary tower, front and rear depth stops, set of rods, fine rosewood handles and wear strips on fences, a fine plane with very good cutters. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

351. Stanley #2 brass trammel points with pencil holder, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. Scarce Stanley #45 SW in the original tin box, double-row wooden box of blades, no sleeve or box top for cutter box, has long and short rods, beading stop, three depth stops, cam, just needs a slitter and screwdriver to complete, tin box has partial labels remaining, nice hinged lid, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. Early Stanley No. 1 Odd Jobs with original scribe and intact level, the early ones like this were not sold with a rule, this one is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

354. Stanley #203 adjustable block plane, complete and fine. (Photo)

355. Davis Level & Tool Co. 24-inch inclinometer level with offset inclinometer, some light rust on top and bottom rails, no structural damage, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. Stanley #36G 18-inch cast iron shaft level in original pasteboard box, level is fine, box is well worn and label on end of box has Scotch tape over it. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. The Davis Level & Tool Co. 24-inch cast iron double plumb and level, all vials intact, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

358. Lockable table top display case with hinged top with glass, perfect for displaying your rules, small planes, etc. (Photo)

359. Davis Level & Tool Co. 18-inch cast iron inclinometer level, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

360. Young & Sons 18-inch transit and level, no box, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

361. RARE DAVIS & COOK 12-inch cast iron plumb & level, both vials intact, mild pitting on top rail, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. Large NOS white T-shirt and black baseball cap from the 1993 Stanley Tool Collectors Convention at the Stanley Factory in New Britain Connecticut. (Photo)

363. English soldered tin oiler or oil can with flat body, long spout, brass caps, fine overall. (Photo)

364. Large NOS white T-shirt and black baseball cap from the 1993 Stanley Tool Collectors Convention at the Stanley Factory in New Britain Connecticut. The shirt features a birds eye view of the factory complex framed by the boxwood rules. (Photo)

365. English soldered tin oiler or oil can with long spout, finger hold, sliding top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

366. Large new old stock 150th Anniversary Stanley Rule & Level white polo shirt and black baseball cap from the 1993 Stanley Tool Collectors Convention at the Stanley Factory in New Britain Connecticut. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Medium sized English oiler with short brass spout, a small section of chain secures the brass cap to the spout, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

368. Medium NOS 150th Anniversary Stanley Rule & Level white polo shirt and white baseball cap from the 1993 Stanley Tool Collectors Convention at the Stanley Factory in New Britain Connecticut. (Photo & Photo 2)

369. Small PERFECT POCKET OILER typewriter-type oiler that could just as well have been used by gunsmiths, those working on fishing reels, a few small dents very good, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

370. Stanley 150th Anniversary Stanley Rule & Level black baseball cap, has some dust from sitting on shelf since 1993, but it has never been worn and will clean to new or at least very fine condition. (Photo)

371. WILCOX & GIBBS LONDON Sewing Machine oiler or oil can, round and flat with brass spout, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

372.Lot of four hammers, the second from the bottom is marked STANLEY. (Photo)

373. Lines Patent (U.S. 554,941) portable oil-can made by Scovill Mfg. Co. of Waterbury , Ct. on a patent issued Feb. 18, 1896, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

374. Lot of three unmarked hatchets, one with nail claw. (Photo)

375. Jos. Lucas Birmingham (England) "OVAL" Oiler mini oiler or oil can, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

376. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, no date on front or back but has 1912 copyright date inside, covers soiled and a few flecks from edges, but very good overall. (Photo)

377. Pasteboard box for a WELLS plumb bob reel, plus an unmarked brass plumb bob. (Photo & Photo 2)

378. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, July 1932 Edition, a crease or two in the covers, fine overall. (Photo)

379. Wooden carpenters mallet and a old spring scale. (Photo & Photo 2)

380. Stanley #34 Catalogue No. 34, January 1937 Edition, fine overall. (Photo)

381. Large BARTON cooper spokeshave with wooden handles, and a wooden box of CLEVELAND EZY OUT screw extractors. (Photo & Photo 2)

382. Stanley #34 Catalogue No. 34, November 1939 Edition, fine overall. (Photo)

383. LUFKIN salesman's sample set of tape measures, six tapes in all, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

384. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, May 1940 Edition, some soiling to covers and a front cover crease that goes into the first 20 pages, very good overall. (Photo)

385. Lot: Two sliding bevels; a 6-in. Dissston and a 12-in. Stanley, zig zag rule, and a small aluminum torpedo level. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, no dates on either cover, but dated 1922 inside, has SW logo, complete and very good overall.(Photo)

387. Lot of eight plumb bobs, three iron, and five steel, one marked SARGENT and one marked DUNLAP. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, January 1941 Edition, a few cover creases and former owners name in ink at top of front cover, very good overall. (Photo)

389. Two boxes salesman's sample LUFKIN advertising rules, the box on top is missing one of its original tapes. (Photo & Photo 2)

390. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, August 1941 Edition, has a few small tears at bottom of front cover and a few creases, very good overall. (Photo)

391. Lot: Sargent #3410 transitional smooth plane, frame broken, good body, blade, lever cap and knob'; plus five saw sets including an early and marked STILLMAN 1848 Patent, and a LEACH 1869 PATENT, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

392. Nicely made wooden saw vise? (Photo & Photo 2)

393. Millers Falls No. 718 chain drill new never-opened original box. This is a military surplus chain drill coated is cosmoline in original Millers Falls box. The entire box is wrapped in a wax-type paper impregnated with grease. Included are three photos of a similar one that we have opened to give you an idea of what to expect inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

394. Dohmeyer Patent U.S. No. 2,579,911 butt mortise plane made T.S. WHEELER CO. of Wilmette, Illinois, in near new condition in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

395. Beer keg chamfer knife, some light rust, will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

396. Stanley BEDROCK #604 1/2 FT wide body smooth plane with 2-line STANLEY BED ROCK lever cap, nice rosewood tote and knob, needs a cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

397. Stanley #386 jointer gauge or fence for iron bench planes, has a piece of wood attached with two wood screws thru the factory holes, light to moderate rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

398. Stanley BEDROCK 603C FT smooth plane, tote has been broken and glued, knob and improper replacement, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

399. P.S.&W. (Peck, Stowe & Wilcox) No. 111 hand cranked meat grinder, the wooden handle is missing, otherwise it is in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

400. Traditional cabinetmaker's tool chest of one J. LEY, has sliding tills, the top till has a hinged lid and inside are two small square trays that slide back and forth, the saw till has a hinged lid, there is a sliding panel below the sliding tills that hides the contents in the bottom of the box, there are two plane tills in the bottom, the back is marked Calgery SC Wis. Marked J. LEY FONDULAC WIS. on bottom. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

401. Stanley #8 iron jointer plane, good Q-logo iron, nice rosewood low knob, tote spur chipped, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

402. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, fine BB-logo blade, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, one patent date in bed behind frog, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

403. Stanley #7 iron jointer plane, fine BB-logo blade, nice hardwood tote and knob, STANLEY lever cap with orange background, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

404. Stanley #7C Type 11 iron jointer plane, hang hole at toe end, good V-logo blade, good rosewood tote and low knob, japanning enhanced, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Stanley #6C fore plane, later model with BB-logo blade, STANLEY lever cap with orange background, scuffed but intact tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

406. Stanley #6 iron fore plane, nice rosewood tote, knob looks like hardwood, good BB logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

407. Stanley #5 1/2 wide body jack plane, nice BB-logo blade, STANLEY lever cap, nice wood, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Stanley #5 1/2C wide body jack plane, nice SW-logo blade, STANLEY lever cap, nice wood, japanning enhanced, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

409. Pair of Stanley 9-inch bench planes: #4 with two patent dates in rear of bed, Q-logo blade, bed repainted, very good overall; and a #4C with fine tote and tall knob, BB-logo iron, fine overall. (Photo)

410. Stanley #1 smooth plane, later model with the STANLEY name cast into the lever cap, nice SW-logo blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

411. Stanley #2 smooth plane, Stanley name in lever cap with orange background, scuffed but intact rosewood tote and short knob, very good BB logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

412. KUKER 64-oz. brass surveyor's style plumb with removable steel tip and removable brass top, fine overall. (Photo)

413. Lot: well-worn marking gage; roofing hatchet head; cobblers hammer head, and a pair of 10-inch spring dividers. (Photo)

414. CST 32-oz. bass survey's type plumb bob with removable steel top and tip, fine overall. (Photo)

415. Pair of wooden 4-fold rules: Winchester W32 brass-bound 24-inch rule, complete and very good; and a Stanley No. 68, complete and very good. (Photo)

416. Unknown make 24-oz. brass survey's type plumb bob with removable steel tip, and removable brass top, fine. (Photo)

417. WINCHESTER (Sargent) NO. 3080 cabinet scraper, similar to Stanley #12, unmarked blade, traces of original japanning remain, good original handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

418. Unknown make 12-oz. brass survey's type plumb bob with removable steel tip, and removable brass top, fine. (Photo)

419. ESTWING NO. 24A hatchet in near new condition with original ESTWING NO. 1 leather sheath and original tag and decal. (Photo & Photo 2)

420. K& E (Keuffel & Esser) 63 0002 brass or copper surveyor's type plumb bob with removable steel point and removable top, original lacquer scuffed, very good overall. (Photo)

421. KEEN KUTTER K4 1/2 wide body smooth plane, rosewood tote broken and glued near bottom, fine low knob, fine original blade, with light cleaning will be in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

422. Unknown make 10-oz.? brass surveyor's type plumb bob with removable steel tip and removable brass top, shows some wear, good. (Photo)

423. Three iron planes: WARDS MASTER rabbet & filletster plane, missing fence and depth stop, good overall; KEEN KUTTER (OHIO TOOL CO.) KK3C, complete and very good; and a SARGENT HERCULES with broken tote, much of the original green paint remains, lever cap and iron both marked HERCULES, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

424. Stanley No. 982 corner brace, with exceptional cocobolo handles, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

425. Wooden machinist-type tool chest with hinged lid and three drawers, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

426. Pair of Stanley bench planes: S4 steel bench plane with moderate to severe pitting on left side, right side is fine, good SW-logo blade, tote broken, good tall knob; and a #3 Type 11 with improper tote, cut-down knob, lever cap chipped at leading edge, good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

427. Stanley GAGE G3C smooth plane, fine original blade, nice tote and tall knob, with light cleaning will be very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

428. OPEN.

429. Red Wing 6-gallon crock, missing one of the folding wire handles, the crock itself is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

430. Griswold 10-inch cast iron skillet. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. Unmarked 1 gallon stoneware jug, complete and very good.

432. Two Ford V8 hubcaps, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

433. Western 2-gallon crocks, small chip from top rim, very good overall. (Photo)

434. Hand cranked seeder with cloth bag. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. Western 1-gallon stoneware jug, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Stanley 45 plane, early model with pair of hollow & round bottoms, light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Western 2-gallon crock, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Unmarked Enterprise-type cherry stoner, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

439. Pair of UNION clamp-on ice skates, both very good. (Photo)

440. Mystery tool, 20-inches long, has a plier or saw-set like handles, and at the business end a round 1/2-inch opening serrated, it has traces of old nickel plating, and we suspect is has a medical or veterinary application. (Photo & Photo 2)

441. Coil for early automobile or perhaps an early transformer for an electric fence in a wooden case. (Photo & Photo 2)

442. Millers Falls #10C wide body smooth plane, has light rust, will clean to fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

443. Three blacksmith fuller hammers, both have light to moderate rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. Stanley BEDROCK 604 1/2C FT wide body smooth plane, we just replaced the broken tote with a fine rosewood Stanley model with partial decal on side, plane has spent years stored in a damp basement and is covered in light surface rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

445. Lot: Hub cap wrench, spanner wrench, and an automotive leaf spring spreader (for greasing) marked KNOWLSON No.3. PAT. AUG. 18 1914. (Photo)

446. Lot: Multi tool with pliers, hammer tack lifter, bottle opener; Billings adjustable bicycle or pocket wrench, small reamer; and three block plane blades. (Photo)

447. Filletster bed for Millers Patent planes, in as-found condition with rust, will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

448. Stanley #193A Fibre Board beveling plane in owner made wooden box with all the original attachments, instructions, original box of blades, box of screws, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. Nice 10-inch rosewood and brass spirit level, a few scuff marks and a hang hole in one end, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Scarce Stanley #444 dovetail plane, appears to be complete with wooden box containing four blades, owners booklet, nice nickel plating over most of the plane, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

451. Winchester No. 1002 8-inch screw adjusted nut wrench with wooden handle, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

452. Davis Level & Tool Co. 18-inch cast iron inclinometer level, intact pointer, light rust on top and bottom rail, very good overall. (Photo)

453. Stanley 6-inch #36G double plumb and shaft level, cast iron frame, very good overall. (Photo)

454. Davis Level & Tool Co. 6-inch cast iron double plumb & level, all three vials dry, small corner chip. (Photo)

455. Davis Patent M.W. ROBINSON 24-inch cast iron plumb and level, all three vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)

456. Pair of levels that attach to a square, one with brass top marked Stanley, the steel topped one is unmarked, both very good. (Photo)

457. L.S. Starrett speed indicator, complete and very good. (Photo)

458. Pair of levels that attach to a square, one with brass top marked Stanley, the other has a decorative buy unmarked steel top, both very good. (Photo)

459. Pair of Stanley #38 1/2 machinist levels, one with nickel plated top has Stanley name and patent date; the brass topped one has the SW logo, both very good. (Photo)

460. Stanley #42 saw set with light rust in a rough original pasteboard box. (Photo)

461. Keuffel & Esser W7380T WYTEFACE 25-foot tape measure IOB, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. Millers Falls #240 plane blade and chisel grinding fixture, IOB, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

463. Stanley #49 Bit-Gauge IOB, gauge is like new, box has wear. (Photo & Photo 2)

464. Scarce Stanley #2C smooth plane, very good SW blade, fine wood, very good overall. (Photo)

465. KEEN KUTTER claw hammer with hang hole in end of wooden handle; plus a camp hatchet with leather sheath, both coated with clear lacquer, very good overall. (Photo)

466. Beer keg chamfer knife, complete and fine; plus a unusual drawknife with one handle in line with blade and the other vertical like a normal drawknife handle; there is pitting on the chamfer knife and the blade has been painted. (Photo)

467. Shapleigh's KEEN KUTTER claw hammer and hatchet, both coated with lacquer, handle on hatchet is very good but it will need to be secured with a new wedge. (Photo)

468. Lot of four T-handled augers. (Photo)

469. Three steelyard scales including one marked CHATILLON NEW YORK, comes with two weights. (Photo)

470. Tool tote or box 38 x 8 inches, very good overall. (Photo)

471. Stoneware cheese crock from Chicago, very good. (Photo)

472. Butter or cheese 2-quart stoneware crock, unmarked. (Photo)

473. Two full boxes .22 ammo. One box REMINGTON .22 SHORT; and one WINCHESTER WESTERN .22 LONG. (Photo & Photo 2)

474. Large box of .177 cal. BBs in little individual packets. (Photo & Photo 2)

475. Three boxes of shotgun shells: partial box (13) 20 gage HI-POWER with graphic flying duck on face of fragile box; partial box (8) Remington EXPRESS 12 gage No.5 shot; and full box Remington EXPRESS 20 gage. (Photo & Photo 2)

476. Six partial boxes of .22 rifle and pistol ammo. (Photo & Photo 2)

477. Glass peanut butter jar full of 26 loaded shotgun shells, mostly 20 gage. (Photo)

478. Two boxes of 12 gage shotgun shells; full box FEDERAL; and one Winchester Western missing three shells. (Photo)

479. Henry Disston 26-inch back saw, a few spots of light surface rust, complete and very good. (Photo)

480. Disston 28-inch 4 1/2 ppi blade rip saw, handle cracked near screw holes, very good overall. (Photo)

481. Two Henry Disston back saws: 26-inch back saw, a few spots of light surface rust, missing the medallion, very good overall; and a 28-inch with badly broken handle, nice blade. (Photo)

482. Keen Kutter K88 26-inch hand saw with nice 9ppi blade, very good overall. (Photo)

483. Henry Disston back saw, some light surface rust, very good overall. (Photo)

484. Unknown make flooring saw, faint etch, adjustable handle, very good overall. (Photo)

485. Lot: Walden brace-type socket wrench with a head that snaps off like a socket; wagon wrench; and a Yankee #75 push brace that has a chuck for twist drills installed. (Photo)

486. Three sharpening stones: Craftsman in original pasteboard box; CARBORUNDUM 109 in tatty original pasteboard box; and one in a wooden base, all very good. (Photo)

487. Lot of misc. ammo and a few antique reloading tools for shotgun shells; partial box of .32 caliber; wicker pouch full of .22; powder measuring cup missing the handle, etc. (Photo)

488. Four assorted socket chisels, three are heavy duty types suitable for timber framing work; one is a Keen Kutter with early ribbon logo, all need a little cleaning. (Photo)

489. Lot of misc. tools like a all steel screwdriver; homemade marking gage; gimlet bit, DASCO part separator; double bladed spokeshave and plane parts including what looks to be a lever cap for a #74 flooring plane. (Photo)

490. GEDORE (GERMANY) 29-inch No. 894 open ended 3 1/2-inch nut wrench, old green paint, some rust, very good. (Photo)

491. Lot of four miniature hammers; one marked SEE'S CANDIES, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Lot of four misc. tools including on top one that the former owner has a tag on saying it's a rare "fish axe" with what appears to be a fish scaler on the top. (Photo)

493. Lot of five miniature hammers, one with wooden handle, all very good. (Photo)

494. Lot of five miniature hammers and what we think is a pick for cleaning mud and dirt from the bottom of golf shoes. (Photo)

495. Lot: mini masons trowel marked COMPLIMENTS OF CARL R. ROBERTS; an IMPERIAL combination pocket knife and letter opener marked MISSOURI PLANT FOOD CO. SIKESTON, MO; and a souvenir spoon from INTERLAKEN SWITZERLAND. (Photo)

496. Wooden case for storing, transporting and displaying things like folding rules, pocket knives, etc. Comes with green felt with elastic bands on the inside. Case measures 16 x 16 by 2 1/2 inches when closed. Made by the late Bill Baader to transport and display his extensive rule collection with. Complete and very good. (See next three lots for three more just like it.) (Photo & Photo 2)

497. Wooden case for storing, transporting and displaying things like folding rules, pocket knives, etc. Comes with green felt with elastic bands on the inside. Case measures 16 x 16 by 2 1/2 inches when closed. Made by the late Bill Baader to transport and display his extensive rule collection with. This one is missing the hardware that would hold the box closed when transporting, An easy fix. (Photo & Photo 2)

498. Wooden case for storing, transporting and displaying things like folding rules, pocket knives, etc. Comes with green felt with elastic bands on the inside. Case measures 16 x 16 by 2 1/2 inches when closed. Made by the late Bill Baader to transport and display his extensive rule collection with. Complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. Wooden case for storing, transporting and displaying things like folding rules, pocket knives, etc. Comes with green felt with elastic bands on the inside. Case measures 16 x 16 by 2 1/2 inches when closed. Made by the late Bill Baader to transport and display his extensive rule collection with. Complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. Traditional-style woodworking workbench with face vise and square dog holes, the screw for the vise is good but the guts underneath will need to web worked on as it does not currently operate. The bench top is very heavy and it doesn't sit on this leg set just right without using a small board to level it. The new owner will either want to reinforce this leg set or build a more robust set. (Photo)

501. Pair of Stanley bench planes: #3 and #4; the #3 is a later model with STANLEY name read vertically on lateral adjuster, BB-logo blade, fine overall; and a #4 with tote broken at base and glued, knob chipped at base, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

502. Stanley 4 1/2 wide body smooth plane, scuffed but intact rosewood tote and tall knob, STANLEY name in lever cap with orange background, very good BB-logo blade, some very mild surface rust in spots, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

503. Stanley #5 1/4 junior jack plane, later model with STANLEY name read vertically on lateral adjuster, fine tote and tall knob, BB-logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

504. Pair of Stanley iron bench planes: #5 with scuffed but intact knob, fine tote, good BB logo blade, very good overall; and a #5 1/2C fore plane, scuffed but intact tote and knob, good BB-logo iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

505. Stanley #6 iron fore plane, later model with STANLEY name read vertically on lateral adjuster, BB-logo blade, very good tote and tall knob, very light surface rust, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

506. Stanley #7C iron jointer plane, scuffed but intact tote and knob, STANLEY lever cap with orange background, good BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

507. Stanley #8C iron jointer plane, 70 percent plus japanning, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, SW logo blade has been ground on on top, with light cleaning will be very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

508. Pair of Stanley tongue & groove planes: #48 with two blades from a Stanley #45 plane, nice knob, very good overall; and a #49 with improper pivot screw for the fence, fine knob, nice original blades, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

509. Stanley #148 match plane, 90 percent plus nickel plating, nice blades, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

510. Union NO. 41 tongue & groove plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

511. Stanley #113 compass plane with flexible bottom, rear handle and top of base are painted silver, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

512. Stanley #60 SW double bladed spokeshave with flat and concave faces, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

513. Stanley #20 iron compass plane with flexible bottom, good BB-logo blade, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo)

514. Pair of Stanley spokeshaves: #55 with convex bottom, SW blade, 95 percent plus japanning, fine overall; and a #51 with BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

515. UNION compass plane (same as Stanley #113) with japanning peeling from rear handle, some light rust, with light cleaning will be very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

516. Pair of iron spokeshave: Stanley #64 with former owners initials in lever cap and back of body, fine overall; and a SEYMOUR SMITH & CO. same size as the #64, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Stanley #20 nickel plated compass plane, 70 percent plus nickel, good Q-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

518. Stanley #66 beader Type 1 with 55 percent plus japanning, one single bead blade, and flat fence, very good; plus a Stanley #53 iron spokeshave with T-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Stanley #112 scraper plane, nice STANLEY blade, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

520. Stanley #65 iron chamfering spokeshave, good SW-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

521. Stanley #39 7/8-inch dado plane, cast cap screw with STANLY name cast into it, both nickers and depth stop intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

522. Pair of Stanley iron spokeshaves: #51? with MADE IN USA blade, very good overall; and a #151 with blade adjusting screws, good BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

523. Stanley #78 duplex or rabbet and filletster plane with intact fence and depth stop, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

524. WARDS MASTER QUALITY No. 84-3548 combination plow plane (Stanley #45) in original pasteboard box with both wooden cutter boxes full of blades, plane is like new with all parts including the cam, both sets of rods, all depth stops, beading stop, screwdriver and owners manual in a tatty and taped up box. (Photo & Photo 2)

525. Two Stanley transitional smooth planes: #122 LIBERTY BELL smoother, T-logo blade, complete and very good; plus a Stanley BAILEY #35 transitional smoother with SARGENT blade, very good overall.

526. Stanley #45 Type 10 combination plow plane, with long and short rods; one plow and one match blade; fine nickel plating and nice rosewood, inside a nice original wooden box. (Photo & Photo 2)

527. Stanley #36 wide body transitional smooth plane, has former owner's initials stamped into the toe and heel, fine early tote, good low knob, very good overall.

528. FULTON roughly 100-lb. anvil with both hardy and pritchel holes, nice horn one or two small chips from around the edge of top plate, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

529. European-style brace with nice wooden top knob, thumb screw secures bit, very good. (Photo)

530. Three blacksmith hammers including a hand sledge and a nice rounding hammer. (Photo)

531. Pair of braces: Spofford patent, complete and very good; and a fine CRAFTSMAN 10-inch ratchet brace. (Photo)

532. Lot of six horseshoes, two with nails still in them. (Photo)

533. Three metalworking hammers: ball peen; vertical peen; and a combined vertical and horizontal peen with a cracked handle. (Photo)

534. E.C. STEARNS brace with integral adjustable hollow auger, very good. (Photo)

535. Pair of big hammers: on top is a bolt header with a hollow face, very good; and a one with a point on one side, pitted. (Photo)

536. Two blacksmith hammers: one has a round face on one side and a square on the other, very good; the other is a punch or drill that has railroad marking. (Photo)

537. Large stone-working hammer head. (Photo)

538. Wooden mortar and pestle, has a vertical crack in one place, very good overall. (Photo)

539. Pair of Coleman kerosene lanterns, one like new in the original box with pamphlet; the other is intact and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

540. Pair of smooth planes: Stanley S4 unbreakable plane, good rosewood tote and tall knob, complete and very good; plus a WARDS MASTER (Stanley) 9-inch smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

541. Wooden coach maker's router, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

542. Fine Stanley #10 carriage maker's rabbet plane MADE IN ENGLAND. (Photo & Photo 2)

543. Nice mahogany hag's tooth router, currently has a plow plane blade installed. (Photo & Photo 2)

544. Stanley #1951 fiberboard beveling plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

545. Stanley #62 low angle bench plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

546. Siegley #5 1/2C wide body jack plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

547. Stanley BEDROCK 605 1/2C RT wide body jack plane, tote broken in two places, good low knob, STANLEY R&L CO. BED ROCK lever cap, plane will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

548. KRETSCHMER-TREDWAY CO. LINCOLN single bit axe head, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

549. Set of NOS IRWIN wood auger bits in original wooden box with booklet, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

550. Scarce Stanley #141 Millers Patent plow plane with 95 percent plus nickel plating, fine rosewood handle, has the bullnose attachment, both depth stops and one blade, no filletster bed, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

551. Stanley #90 cabinetmaker's bullnose rabbet plane with near perfect nickel plating, fine to near-new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

552. Unusual Sargent #1080 combination plow plane (similar to Stanley #45) in original wooden box, complete with three depth stops, beading stop, original canvas roll of bits including the slitter that's mounted in the plane, a fine plane in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

553. Stanley (unmarked) #1 brass plumb bob with integral reel, complete and fine. (Photo)

554. Pair Stanley #98/99 side rabbet planes, both early style, both complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

555. Pair of Stanley #4 nickel plated trammel points, with a never used NEGWER MATERIALS, INC. FERGUSON, MO carpenter's pencil; also included a single #4 trammel in original paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

556. Pair of Stanley mini block planes: on the left is bullnose model with SW-logo blade and a lever cap that has been shorted from original length; plus one with a squirrel tail handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

557. Fine 10-inch Keen Kutter (Disston) sliding bevel; and a small Stearns-type mini dowel pointer. (Photo)

558. Pair of transitional bench planes: Stanley #29 with good Q-logo blade, tote spur MIA, very good overall; and a DIAMOND EDGE 18-inch with light to moderate pitting on blade and lever cap. (Photo & Photo 2)

559. Pair of hatchets: Diamond Edge with moderate rust and replaced handle; and a KEEN KUTTER also with replaced handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

560. Pair of 18-inch transitional bench planes: UNION No. 28, just needs a light cleaning; and a SARGENT No. 3418 with circular logo on blade, horseshoe lateral lever, light rust oon chip breaker, will clean to good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

561. Pair of Marbles hatchets: on top a No. 2 that is missing the folding blade guard, one of the plastic handle panels is cracked; and a wooden handled model, good overall. (Photo)

562. Pair of transitional jack planes UNION NO. 26, has had spur broken off handle and reattached with a screw, complete and very good; and a similar sized BRIDGE TOOL CO. ST. LOUIS, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

563. Simmons broad hatchet with handle that needs to be secured. (Photo)

564. Pair of 15-inch transitional jack planes: SARGENT #3415, some soiling to main body, will clean to very good overall; and a REVONOC H.S.B. & CO. CHICAGO, just needs a light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

565. Pair of hatchets: PLUMB OFFICIAL SCOUT AXE complete with original handle, very good; and a STANLEY, complete and very good. (Photo)

566. Pair of 15-inch transitional jack planes: OHIO TOOL CO. with globe logo on top of main body and on the blade, will clean to very good; and a No. 26 with UNION TOOL CO. blade, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

567. Pair of hatchets: SHAPLEIGH'S Hammer Forged, complete with original handle, very good overall; and a KEEN KUTTER that has a new handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

568. Lot of three transitional smooth planes: FULTON TOOL CO. (same size as #35 Stanley), rust to exposed surfaces; Stanley #35, tote needs to be replaced, can be restored to usable condition or parted out; and a UNION NO. 23 with improper front knob, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

569. Pair of hatchets: Keen Kutter 4856 with original handle, very good; and a GENUINE PLUMB Boy Scout hatchet with very good handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

570. GENERAL MFG. No. 800 32-oz. brass surveyor's type plumb bob with removable steel tip, and removable brass top, very good. (Photo)

571. DIETZGEN 24-oz. brass plumb bob with removable steel tip, removable brass top, needs polishing, very good. (Photo)

572. Unknown make 16-oz. brass plumb bob with removable steel tip, removable brass top, very good overall. (Photo)

573. Unknown make 12-oz. brass plumb bob with removable steel tip, removable brass top, very good overall. (Photo)

574. BOSTROM MODEL NO. 5 Convertible Level could be used as either a transit or a level, this one is in very good overall condition in its original wooden box, the box top is water damaged. (Photo & Photo 2)

575. Large wooden 8-drawer machinist tool chest with folding steel handles on the sides, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

576. New old stock PLUMB Boy Scout hatchet with leather sheath. (Photo & Photo 2)

577. BLUE GRASS drawknife with curved 10-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

578. New old stock PLUMB roofing hatchet, still has original price tag on the blade. (Photo & Photo 2)

579. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG57-7-oz. claw hammer, with partial paper labels on both sides of handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

580. Unknown make ice axe, some pitting near edge of blade, good overall. (Photo)

581. New old stock BLUE GRASS 40-oz. blacksmith hand sledge, some light surface rust, will easily clean to fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

582. Winchester lathing hatchet with pitted head and loose fitting replacement handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

583. BLUE GRASS BG-1047-20-oz. claw hammer, very good overall. (Photo)

584. New old stock VAUGHAN roofing hatchet with plastic blade cover and intact decals or stickers, and having a nice leather wrist handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

585. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-1616 16-oz. claw hammer with paper labels on oth sides of handle, light dusting of surface rust, will easily clean to fine. (Photo)

586. Lot of four T augers. (Photo)

587. Lot: four ball peen hammers, one marked FAIRMOUNT; primitive wooden compass; small hacksaw frame; and four NOS PEXTO rivet sets; one #0, one #1, and two #2s. (Photo)

588. Lot: six ball peen hammers including a nice PLUMB. (Photo)

589. Lot: iron handles for a garden cultivator; a screw clevis or shackle with intact pin; another clevis with wooden pin; and two pieces of wagon or buggy hitching hardware. (Photo)

590. Lot of four misc. metalworking hammers all with light to moderate pitting. (Photo)

591. Pair of No. 34 Stanley tool catalogues: 1918 with tear in back cover and flaking spine, otherwise good; and September 1933, very good overall. (Photo)

592. Lot of five assorted tinner's and tack hammers including one with a tack claw in end of handle. Included in this lot is a 12-oz. PLUMB. (Photo)

593. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, October 1936 Edition, small tear in top of spine, very good overall. (Photo)

594. Lot of five assorted metalworking hammers. (Photo)

595. Stanley Catalogue No. 34, April 1938 Edition, a few creases, very good overall. (Photo)

596. Lot of seven assorted tack hammers including ones by C.S. OSBORNE; BONNEY; BLUE POINT; BLUE GRASS, etc. (Photo)

597. Two #34 Stanley tool catalogues; 1949 and 1952, both have creases and the '49 has a few little pieces missing from bottom of back cover, but both are still very good overall. (Photo)

598. Lot of five hammers including a nice brass G.W. MOUNT patent tack hammer. (Photo)

599. Two #34 Stanley tool catalogues; 1953 and 1955, both very good. (Photo)

600. Zeidler Patent (U.S. No. 772,490) IMPROVED LEAVIT SEAM DAMPENER machine for ironing collars, cuffs and seams, made on a patent issued Dec. 7, 1908 and manufactured by William A. Zeidler of New York, New York, Zeidler had a 1904 patent (U.S. No. 772,490) for a similar machine, lots of copper and brass on this one, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

601. DISSTON D-95 26-in. 8ppi crosscut saw, new in original albeit tatty box. At the time this saw was made SANDVIK owned the Disston name. (Photo & Photo 2)

602. Stanley #8c iron jointer plane, one patent date behind frog, very good SW blade, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, bed has been repainted, a very good usable plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

603. Winchester No. 40 OLD TRUSTY 26-in. 10 ppi crosscut hand saw, nice etching (we just can figure how to shoot good photos of etchings), nice Winchester medallion, the bottom of the handle is broken. Rob a good handle off a regular saw, and you will have a valuable Winchester saw. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

604. Stanley #8c iron jointer plane, one patent date behind frog, nice rosewood tote and tall knob, just traces of original japanning remain, will make a good user. (Photo & Photo 2)

605. Geo. Bishop flooring saw with adjustable handle, needs cleaning as there is tape on the blade that was securing a cardboard sleeve that protected the point at the end, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

606. Nice Stanley #8 Type 11 iron jointer plane complete with jointer gauge or fece, nice rosewood tote and low knob, very good V-logo blade, some light surface rust, fence and plane will both clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

607. Nice Atkins flooring saw, flooring saws are getting harder to find, this one has a small hang hole in the middle of the handle, but is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

608. EXACT 48-inch No. 548BB brass bound masons level made by EXACT LEVEL & TOOL MFG. CO., HIGH BRIDGE, N.J. complete and very good inside a 51-inch wooden box with hinged lid, the top of the box needs glue at one corner. (Photo)

609. Pair of medium sized brass trammels both missing the rub blocks, mounted to a WESTCOTT yard stick. (Photo & Photo 2)

610. Stanley No. 1266 has a few stains in the first few feet of the tape itself, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

611. Three NOS Stanley HURWOOD screwdrivers modified and marked U.S. ORD. DEPT. Said to have been made for setting the fuse of artillery shells, all in new condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

612. Stanley Handyman No. H1260 tape measure, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

613. Two 4-inch try squares: Disston & Sons with nice rosewood handle, fine overall; and a Stanley Type I, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

614. DEFIANCE by Stanley No. 1261, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

615. DEFIANCE NO. 1299 razor knife, just needs a blade, fine overall; and a Stanley No. 90 single beam marking gage, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

616. Stanley No. 7506 tape measure, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

617. Pair of unusual Stanley screwdrivers: No. 20 HURWOOD, some paint loss to handle, otherwise very good; and a Stanley HANDYMAN 2731 Phillips tipped, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

618. Scarce Stanley No. 3306 Ferrand Patent 4-Square tape measure, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

619. Stanley tool handle with full set of bits inside handle, very good; plus an unusual Stanley HURWOOD screwdriver with SW logo, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

620. Stanley No. 6380 tape measure, several nicks and dings in outside of case, tape is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

621. Millers Falls No. 5 iron block plane, similar to a Stanley #102, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

622. Stanley No. 1166 4-Square tape measure, tape is discolored in several pieces along the first three feet, case is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

623. New old stock blade for Stanley #1 smooth plane, this one has the SW logo and comes in the original wax envelope. (Photo)

624. Millers Falls No. 718 chain drill new never-opened original box. This is a military surplus chain drill coated is cosmoline in original Millers Falls box. The entire box is wrapped in a wax-type paper impregnated with grease. Included are three photos of a similar one that we have opened to give you an idea of what to expect inside. (See lot 393. for photo).

625. Walworth 10-inch quick adjusted pipe wrench, now quite working right, former owner has painted it black. (Photo)

626. Unknown make 12-inch handle adjusted pipe? wrench, good overall. (Photo)

627. Two log splitting implements, one marked OREGON PAT PEND, both very good. (Photo)

628. Stanley #11 belt plane used when splicing leather belts together, good Q-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

629. Millers Falls #502 corner brace, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

630. Stanley #40 scrub plane, good T-logo blade, good tote and tall knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

631. Stanley #984 corner braces, fine cocobolo handle, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

632. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with fine rosewood handle, short STANLEY blade, 60 percent plus japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

633. Millers Falls #108 angle boring bitstock, complete with intact chuck spring, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

634. Pair of adjustable hollow augers both with original depth stop; on the left is a BONNEY'S PAT. and one the right is a WOODS PATENT. (Photo)

635. Pair of medium sized ice tongs, both painted black. (Photo)

636. Lot of barn pulleys, the one in the middle has a broken bracket just above the axel, the others are very good. (Photo)

637. Small household ice tongs, marked ICE MADE IN DIXON, MO. (Photo & Photo 2)

638. Lot of five extra long auger bits. (Photo)

639. Lot of saws including three keyhole, a pad saw, a mini toy saw, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

640. Small ice tong, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

641. Wooden 3-piece shotgun cleaning rod, intact and very good; plus a pair of shears or clippers. (Photo & Photo 2)

642. Three mostly full boxes of 20 gage shotgun shells. (Photo)

643. Lot of four wooden moulding planes including a nice Wm. MOSS that appears to have had a sliding fence on the bottom, fence is missing but two holes remain. (Photo & Photo 2)

644. Gage smooth plane, body badly cracked at toe and will need a bolt thru it to close it up, or make a whole new body and the hardware from this one; plus an E.C. Atkins ram's horn scraper, good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

645. REED complex moulding plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

646. A. MEIER & CO. ST. LOUIS, MO unhandled screw-arm plow plane, one blade included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

647. Three Sandusky moulding planes: two #150 "SPECIAL" weatherstripping planes, both complete and very good; and a grooving plow from a tongue and groove set, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

648. Handled screw-arm plow plane, a few thread chips, all nuts intact, entire plane has been coated with lacquer, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

649. Lot of seven assorted wooden moulding planes, two have broken wedges, one is homemade, most can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

650. FINE C.&T. PILKINGTON brass plated Sheffield brace, with real dark rosewood pad. Comes with a letter from Reg Eaton describing the working dates and different highlights of this particular brace. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

651. New old stock BG47RCL-22 22-oz. claw hammer, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

652. Three T.H. WITHERBY bevel edged 1 3/4-in. butt chisels by The Winsted Edge Tool Works, in original pasteboard box, chisels are new, box top has had label end separate. (Photo & Photo 2)

653. New old stock BLUE GRASS 4-oz. ball peen hammer, traces of original paper label on handle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

654. Stanley #83 cabinet scraper with original roller, missing blade and one of the screws that would secure the blade, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

655. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-7 7-oz. claw hammer with original paper label on handle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

656. Drafting set in beautiful 2-tiered box, two of the tools have bone handles, a very nice set of tools in a great box. (Photo & Photo 2)

657. to 691. OPEN.

692. Two bitstock tools: adjustable washer cutter, complete and very good; and a patented ball seat reamer in original pouch. (Photo & Photo 2)

693. Lot: patented auger handle; four long auger bits; and a MUELLER Patent spiral bitstock, wooden handle cracked. (Photo)

694. Lot: Brass patternmaker's shave, brass violin maker's plane, two brass bodies and two aluminum bodies that have been drilled for crossbars, and just need to be completed. (Photo & Photo 2)

695. Stanley? 12-inch 4-fold ivory caliper rule, bound in German silver, very good on the inside. (Photo & Photo 2)

696. Pair of little advertising or paper weight anvils; one unmarked; the other marked SUFFOLK VA, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

697. Unusual aluminum fiberboard beveling plane with adjustable fence, no blades included. (Photo & Photo 2)

698. Pair of Millers Falls auger handles, one is like new, one has been used but is still very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

699. WESTON INSTRUMENTS multimeter in leather case with leads, very good; plus and old soldering iron. (Photo & Photo 2)

700. Rare set of optional Special Cutters and full set of hollow and round bottoms for Stanley #45 planes; inside an owner made wooden box with a complete Stanley #45 combination plow plane. The special cutters are getting very hard to find in complete sets and the hollow and round bottoms are too. These are very good to fine overall condition as is the plane. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

701. Shingle froe blade, needs handle. (Photo)

702. Mystery tongs that close around something with two circular vertical posts when lifted by the wooden handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

703. Converse Patent (U.S. No. 432,109) nail puller, very good; plus a pair of household type ice tongs, very good overall. (Photo)

704. Family Gristmill, that could be mounted to the edge of a table or bench and used to make cornmeal, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

705. Fine Universal Fence Stretcher made by International Steel Company St. Paul, MInn., comes with original instruction sheet, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

706. Hay Budden 106-pound anvil with hardy and pritchel holes, has moderate to heavy rust, and pitting, has a number of nicks and dings on the top plate. With some work it could be put back into service. (Photo & Photo 2)

707. Pair of all-metal barn pulleys, both very good; plus a nickel plated razor blade stropper, and a tin funnel. (Photo)

708. Saw vise with built-in clamp for attaching to bench or table top, complete and very good. (Photo)

709. IRON CITY shingle froe, could stand a new handle, very good blade. This is the first marked froe we can recall ever seeling. (Photo & Photo 2)

710. RARE Leavitt Patent (U.S. No. 93,455) hand held corn sheller made on a patent issued AUG. 10, 1869 to William D. Leavitt of New Orleans, Louisiana. Among the rarest of the T-handled shellers, and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

711. Pair of Stanley BEDROCK iron bench planes: #605 iron jack plane with flat sides, has single line BEDROCK lever cap, good BB-logo blade, small chip from left side at front corner, will make a great user; plus a #604 1/2 with STALEY R&L CO BEDROCK 3-line logo lever cap, good Q-logo blade, fine rosewood tote, low knob looks like stained hardwood, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

712. Unusual Stanley #64L (#4) smooth plane in original yellow pasteboard box with STANLEY PLANE FACTS booklet and shards of original STANLEY wrapping paper, box needs to be repaired at the corners, plan is new with STANLEY lever cap with YELLOW background, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

713. Pair of Stanley Two-Tone planes: OH4 iron smooth plane with maroon bed and yellow cap iron, scuffed but intact wood, very good overall; and an OH20 block plane with the same colors, complete and very good. (Photo)

714. Marbles Camp Axe, original handle has cracked at the top behind the head, otherwise very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

715. Record Marples 020C circular plane, new in a fine original box with intact label. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

716. Miniature drawknife AKA "pony shave" with 5-inch blade, nice wooden handles, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

717. Record Marples #04 cast iron smooth plane, new condition in original albeit worn box. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

718. Stanley #1 Odd Jobs, later model with intact scribe and level, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

719. Record #04 1/2 cast iron wide body smooth plane, like new with original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

720. Marbles Safety Hatchet with folding blade guard, original? wooden handle has several nails at the end where the wedge would normally be, very good blade guard, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

721. RECORD No. 05 jack plane, new in original albeit tatty box that is brittle and has the flaps separating. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

722. Large C. FRENCH 18-inch try square, good. (Photo)

723. RECORD No. 06 iron fore plane, new in original cardboard box. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

724. Plumb RB2 11559 hatchet with original stickers on both the head and handle, fine overall; plus a Bluegrass hatchet that someone has been abusing the edge of, it will need to be re-ground, and the replacement handle will need to be secured. (Photo)

725. Stanley 150th Anniversary Chisel & Mallet set, in wooden box, fine. (Photo)

726. Unusual stair saw with faint RUDOLPH BORN TOOLS & HARDWARE 99 W. RANDOLPH, CHICAGO hardware dealer's stamp. (Photo & Photo 2)

727. RECORD No. 07 iron jointer plane, new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

728. Pair of Stanley cast iron levels: Pair of Stanley No. 360 cast iron levels with shaft grooves and vials covers: 24-inch, complete with intact vials, very good; and an 18-inch with intact vials. (Photo)

729. RECORD No. 08 iron jointer plane, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

730. Pair of Stanley wood levels: Stratton Brothers 24-inch No. 1 brass-bound plumb and level with mahogany stock, both vials intact, very good overall; and a 26-inch No. 30 double plumb & level with SW logo on brass top plate, all three vials intact, very good. (Photo)

731. RECORD No. 405 combination plow plane, similar to Stanley #45, complete and very good in original wooden box with hinged lid, full cutter set in plastic roll, owners manual, a fine plane in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

732. Pair of 18-inch Stanley No. 36 cast iron levels, one has vial covers, both are complete and very good. (Photo)

733. Lietz No. 180 DUMPY level circa 1960 or 70s in original wooden box with hood, just needs a leg set and can be returned to service. (Photo & Photo 2)

734. L.S.S. CO. (Starrett) 12-inch iron shaft level with intact vials, very good overall. (Photo)

735. David White 8114 builder's level, mostly used these days by concrete contractors, farmers, needs a leg set. (Photo & Photo 2)

736. Unkown make 4-inch carpenter's slick with faint maker's mark and WARRANTED STEEL, has light rust, numerous chips on the sides like it was used to drive nails, some micro pitting, will make a good user. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

737. Dietzgen 18-inch No. 6018 Dumpy Level, circa 1970, no box, needs legs. (Photo & Photo 2)

738. Unmarked 2 1/2-inch carpenter's slick with near handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

739. C.L. Berger surveyors or engineers transit with a double veneer on the main plate, dirty and needing a good cleaning, no box. (Photo & Photo 2)

740. Greenlee 3-inch bevel-edged carpenter's slick with what looks like a baseball or cork ball bat for a handle, some light rust and micro pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

741. Lot: Three steel plumb bobs including the Millers Falls on the left; a brass LUFKIN No. 590 weight for a gaging tape; and an L.S. STARRETT mercury-filled steel bob, complete and very good, five pieces in all. (Photo)

742. Unknown make 4-inch carpenter's slick, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

743. Lot of four steel plumb bobs including a GREAT NECK 8-oz. with a few patches of light pitting, the first three with removable tops; and a little Millers Falls model. (Photo)

744. Wooden 7-drawer machinist tool chest with hinged lid and having lockable drop-down panel to to keep drawers closed, comes with keys for lock, box has been used and shows moderate wear, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

745. Lot of five steel plumb bobs: JAG 38401 USA; and a small MAGNELITE OMAHA NEBRASKA, very good. (Photo)

746. Stanley #12 1/2 cabinet scraper, missing the rosewood bottom, good handle, all screws present, has been repainted, just add a blade and your own wooden bottom and you'll have a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

747. Millers Falls cigar spoke shave, one of the rosewood handles has a small crack, both handles have Scotch tape from holding price or ID tags, very good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

748. Two Boy Scout hatchets: the one on top is made by Bridgeport and the bottom one is by PLUMB; the Bridgeport model has some light pitting and the wooden handle is bleached out; the PLUMB is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

749. Stanley #400 picture frame mitre vise, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

750. Stanley Millers Patent #43 plow plane, the handle is cracked on one side at the place where the pin that secures it passes thru, the other side is fine, this one is structurally sound and has no repairs, one blade included. (Photo & Photo 2)

751. Stanley #71 router plane with all three blades, near perfect japanning, the is tape residue on the bottom that will need to be cleaned off, fine overall. (Photo)

752. NOS Keen Kutter hoe blade with original sticker, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

753. Pair of Stanley planes: Type I No. 79 side rabbet that has been broken and is held together by a plate on the back side, a good user, and a #39 3/4 dado plane with intact depth stop and both nickers, some light rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

754. Bonney Patent adjustable hollow auger; and a set of Russell Jennings auger bits in the original wooden box, box needs glue to secure some of the finger joints, bits appear to be very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

755. New old stock HILLBILLY TOOLS axe handle PUXICO, MO, with original label. (Photo & Photo 2)

756. Goose-wing shaped hay knife, light rust, very good overall. (Photo)

757. AUTO KNITTER knitting machine in original wooden box, comes with original owners manual, nice graphics on both sides of the original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

758. Three Stanley iron spokeshaves: #151 with crude welded repair to side of throat, good usable condition; Stanley #51 with well-worn blade, very good overall; and a Stanley #53 with Rule & Level logo blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

759. Lot of four iron block planes: Sears (Stanley) Made in England, fine; late model Stanley #220, very good; Stanley #102 with V-logo blade, very good; and Stanley #103 with Rule & Level Co. blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

760. Stanley #67 universal spokeshave with nice rosewood handles, rounded bottom, good Rule & Level Co. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

761. Lot of four iron block planes: Stanley #120 complete and very good; late model Stanley #110 with maroon paint or japanning, very good overall; Stanley #220 dusty but complete and very good; and Ohio Tool Co. #0110, complete with OHIO TOOL CO. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

762. Pair of Stanley iron spokeshaves: #60 double shave with Stanley Rule & Level company blades, very good; and a #151 MADE IN ENGLAND complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

763. Lot of four iron block planes: Early Stanley with Excelsior-style body, good L. BAILEY Patent blade, small chips in rear of throat, good overall; late model Stanley #9 1/4, complete and very good; Stanley DEFIANCE, complete and very good; and Sargent #206, some light surface rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

764. Three iron spokeshaves: Stanley #51 with BB-logo blade, very good overall; unknown make with 1 1/4-inch blade, good overall; and a SEYMOUR SMITH & SON with bare iron frame, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

765. Lufkin Rule Co. 150-ft. surveyor's tape and reel, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

766. Metallic dibble for making holes to plant bulbs and seeds, a few nicks and dings but still usable. (Photo)

767. Lot: Saw sharpening tools including a saw vise; a raker and a file; plus a fixed hollow auger. (Photo & Photo 2)

768. Lot: sharpening stone; leather hole puncher; and a wallpaper trimmer. (Photo & Photo 2)

769. Nice 10-inch Stanley No. 34 millwright's shaft level with rotating vial cover, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

770. Swiss M1918 military bayonet by Elsener marked ELSENER SCHWYZ VICTORIA complete with scabbard, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

771. Pair of claw hammers, the one on the bottom appears to be hand forged by a blacksmith. (Photo & Photo 2)

772. Lot: Full box of SH CO (Shapleigh or Simmons Hardware Company) 1-DOZ. hames clips, all with light surface rust; wooden handled tack lifter, hammer-type saw set, and ball peen hammer head with socket. (Photo & Photo 2)

773. Lot: MERCEDES BENZ lug wrench; FORD lug wrench; MONON (Railroad) hammer head; and a little anvil hardy for shaping metal. (Photo & Photo 2)

774. Lot: hoof trimmer; farrier's pliers, and a pair of what appear to be veterinary dental extraction forceps or pliers. (Photo & Photo 2)

775. PURDUE mini anvil; and a Farrand Patent "RAPID RULE" tape measure, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

776. Pair of shingle froes; the one on top is in very good usable condition; the one on the bottom is severely pitted, so suitable for decorating only. (Photo)

777. Nice stone carver's mallet with leather wrapped handle, very good. (Photo)

778. Fort Patent (U.S. No. 1,201,953) Perfection Nut Cracker Co. Waco, Texas, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

779. Blacksmith's backing-out punch hammer 3/4-inch, some chipping around face, good. (Photo)

780. Carney Patent (U.S. No. 1,859,327) dial caliper for measuring the outside diameter of objects, very good overall. (Photo)

781. to 809. OPEN.

810. Stanley? 30-inch #95 brass-bound with brass ring around plumb vial opening and brass around side views of level vial, both vials intact, body could stand a refinishing. (Photo & Photo 2)

811. Fine Stanley D-8 rip saw with 26-inch 5 1/2 ppi blade, fine etching, very good thumb or finger hole in handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

812. C-S Co. (Chapin-Stephens) 30-inch mahogany plumb and level, with brass end plates and brass side views, missing four of the six screws from the top plate, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

813. Stanley? 26-inch brass bound rosewood plumb and level marked in the top of the stock 2nd QUALITY, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

814. Unknown make 26-inch plumb and level with nice chip carving on one side, both vials intact, cap from end of plumb vial opening missing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

815. Pair of claw hammers: BLUE GRASS BG47-13, complete and very good & KEEN KUTTER 10-oz with light pitting on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

816. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-20-oz. claw hammer, some light surface rust from storage in a damp shop, will clean to fine, has original sticker on handle, edges of sticker are cracked and curling away from handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

817. BLUE GRASS hatchet, light surface rust, will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

818. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG-47-20-oz. claw hammer, some light surface rust from storage in a damp shop, will clean to fine, has original sticker on handle, patch of rust over model number on back side of head from storage in a damp environment. (Photo & Photo 2)

819. CHENEY No. 777 adz hammer, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

820. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-16-oz. claw hammer, some light surface rust from storage in a damp shop, will clean to fine, has original sticker on handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

821. Stanley #7 iron jointer plane, good SW blade, good rosewood tote and short knob, very good overall. (Photo)

822. Stanley #12 1/2 cabinet scraper with fine rosewood handle and rosewood bottom, good FULTON blade, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

823. Stanley #5 1/2C wide body jack plane, tote spur broken off, light pitting to exposed surfaces, will make a good user. (Photo)

824. Unknown make 5-inch iron block plane with integral squirrel-tail handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

825. Stanley clapboard siding gauge and maker, both complete and very good. (Photo)

826. Sargent #2204 mini pressed steel block plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

827. Stanley clapboard siding gauge and maker, the marker is rust and has plating peeling, the gauge is complete and very good. (Photo)

828. Stanley #100 1/2 round bottom iron block plane, some light rust on end of tail handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

829. Pair of Stanley spokeshaves: #53? with Stanley Rule & Level-blade, very good; and a #67 Universal shave with nice rosewood handles, flat bottom and no fence. (Photo & Photo 2)

830. Lot: two Yankee screwdrivers, ice pick and a chisel. (Photo & Photo 2)

831. UNION PLANE CO. No. 60 double spokeshave (same as a Stanley #60) complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

832. Stanley #289 skew bladed rabbet plane; has intact depth stop and spurs; fence is from a Stanley #78 plane; good T-logo blade; very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

833. Pair of Stanley iron spokeshaves: #151M malleable, complete and very good; and a #53? with RULE & LEVEL CO. blade, very good. (Photo)

834. Pair of Stanley No. 138 level sights for wooden levels, SW logo, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

835. Combination hatchet, pliers, hammer, screwdriver and nipper, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

836. New old stock E.C.E. Primus No. 704P horn plane or putzhobel in original box with good label, and booklet. (Photo & Photo 2)

837. Small pair of Jorgensen wood clamps, new old stock with original shipping tags. (Photo & Photo 2)

838. PLUMB 32-oz. blacksmith hammer also marked with STL-SF-R.R. (railroad) markings, fine overall; plus two misc. heads. (Photo)

839. New old stock BLUE GRASS 48-oz. blacksmith sledge with intact paper sticker, dusting of light surface rust on back side, will clean to fine or better. (Photo & Photo 2)

840. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-16-oz. claw hammer with intact paper sticker. (Photo & Photo 2)

841. New old stock BLUE GRASS 13-oz. claw hammer with intact paper sticker, edges of sticker at peeling up. (Photo & Photo 2)

842. New old stock BLUE GRASS BG47-13-oz. claw hammer with intact paper sticker. (Photo & Photo 2)

843. Unusual DAREX No. 113 compass plane (rabot cintrable) from France. This is copy of a Stanley #113 compass plane, it is new and in its original cardboard box. First of this model that we have seen or sold. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

844. Lot of four ball peen hammers including ones marked VAUGHAN and CHAMPION. (Photo & Photo 2)

845. Lot of four stove dampers: 8-inch LIBERTY FDY. CO. ST. LOUIS; two 6-inch marked DIAMOND PAT NO 1837708 THE ADAMS ESTABLISHED 1883 DUBUQUE, IA; and a 4-inch GRISWOLD ERIE PA. U.S.A. NEW AMERICA REVERSIBLE PATENTS 2,092,604; 2,118,752; 2,149,565; and 2,050,605. All all fine. (Photo)

846. Lot of four ball peen hammers including a big one marked HELLER that needs a new handle; and a CRAFTSMAN. (Photo & Photo 2)

847. Lot of seven hammers including one pitted claw; four ball peens one marked VLCHEK, etc. (Photo)

848. Lot of four ball peen hammers including ones marked BONNEY, VAUGHAN, and POWR-KRAFT 12-oz. (Photo & Photo 2)

849. Lot of four T augers one with square shaft and faint makers mark, pitted. (Photo)

850. Cast "I WANT U COMFORT IRON" trivet or stand for sad irons, STRAUSE GAS IRON CO. PHILA. PA. U.S.A. complete and fine. (Photo)

851. Milk can dasher, used to mix the butterfat back into the milk after it has settled in the can. (Photo)

852. Keen Kutter No. 50 double bit axe, moderate to heavy pitting. (Photo)

853. Large I.C.R.R. (Illinois Central Railroad) ice tongs, very good. (Photo)

854. Pair of Keen Kutter double bit axes, both have name spelled out, one needs a new handle, both blades still usable. (Photo)

855. Pair of adzes, one with sawed off handle and one that is a head only and needs a handle, both heads are very good. (Photo)

856. to 900. OPEN.

901. Lot of three early #45 planes all with knob mounted on main frame, all nickel plated, all have three main sections, two with long rods and one with short, two blades between the three. (Photo & Photo 2)

902. Stanley #33 28-inch prelateral transitional jointer plane, tote spur MIA, with light cleaning will be very good. (Photo)

903. Three later Stanley #45 combination plow planes, two have all three main sections including micro adjusting fences; the third has a main frame and fence only and no sliding section. All three have front depths stops on right, two have rear stops and one has the small stop on the front left, Can make two good users out of this lot.

904. Pair of Stanley transitional jointer planes: No. 132 26-inch LIBERTY BELL jointer, mild pitting on Q-logo blade, very good overall; and a 24-inch model with improper tote, throat could stand a patch, good overall. (Photo)

905. Pair of 24-inch iron jointer planes: on the left is a #8 with Keen Kutter blade, top of frog broken off, good early-style tote and low knob; and a 24-inch Diamond Edge DE8C with nice hard rubber tote, good low knob, has a SHAPLEIGH'S DIAMOND EDGE tag on it, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

906. UNION NO. 7C iron jointer plane with large beaded knob, tote spur MIA, good UNION MFG CO. blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

907. CHAPLIN'S IMPROVED patent 22-inch No. 1210 iron jointer plane with hard rubber tote, good original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

908. Pair of St. Louis hardware iron bench planes: Diamond Edge DE5C with hard rubber tote, tote broken just in front of the front screw, nice low knob very good overall; and a Keen Kutter K4 1/2 with nice original blade, fine rosewood tote and low knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

909. Winchester #3005 iron smooth plane proper blade has some light rust at top, tote glued at bottom, good knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

910. Pair of St. Louis hardware iron smooth planes: Diamond Edge DE4, has some light surface rust to exposed surfaces, will clean to very good; and an Enders Oak Leaf No. 3 made by either Union or Stanley, has light pitting at top of blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

911. Siegley #2 combination plow plane, handle looks like a owner-made replacement, the rest of the plane is very good, one blade included. (Photo & Photo 2)

912. Pair of iron smooth planes: SARGENT #408VBM complete and very good; and a Vaughan & Bushnell #903 smoother, complete and very good. (Photo)

913. Three iron block planes: two marked AMERICAN BOY in bed that likely came out of child's tool sets; and a SHELTON, all are complete and good to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

914. Stanley #92 cabinet makers rabbet plane, former owner's initials in left side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

915. Three Stanley iron block planes: #220 with maroon japanning, very good overall; #110 complete and very good; and a #18? with knuckle-jointed lever cap, late replacement blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

916. Stanley BEDROCK #605C with partial decal on rosewood tote, tall knob, 90 percent plus japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

917. Sargent #714 Auto Set iron jack plane, fine tote and tall knob, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

918. Stanley #10 1/2 carriage maker's rabbet plane, some spots of discoloration on sides, good BB-logo blade, good tote and tall knob, STANLEY lever cap with orange background, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

919. Stanley #5 nosing attachment for Stanley #45 combination planes, complete with blade and both screws, fine overall. Would go nicely with the set of hollows and rounds. (Photo & Photo 2)

920. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, early type with script lettering, just a few traces of original japanning remain, will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

921. Stanley #79 side rabbet plane MADE IN USA, complete with fence, a spot or two of light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

922. Lot of five Stanley #45 combination plow planes, two have the micro adjusting fences, three are missing the knob, Can make at least four usable planes out of this lot. (Photo)

923. Lot: Blue Grass pry bar, early scale weight; two wire twisters with wooden handles, etc. (Photo)

924. Lot of four iron block planes including DEFIANCE by STANLEY; Sargent #5206, complete and very good; Sargent #107, complete; and Union Mfg. Co. same as Stanley #110, complete; all need a good cleaning as they are full of saw dust and shop grime. (Photo & Photo 2)

925. Three iron spokeshaves: unknown make with open loop handles, very good; #517 MADE IN USA (similar to Stanley #63), very good; and Stanley #63 with SW-logo blade, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

926. Millers Falls No. 707 iron block plane in original pasteboard box, plane is fine, box is very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

927. Lot of four iron block planes: Stanley #110, complete and very good; Stanley #120 complete and very good; Siegley (similar to Stanley #110), complete and very good; and a late model Stanley #110; all will need a good cleaning. (Photo & Photo 2)

928. Three spokeshaves: Stanley #151, complete and fine; wooden shave, complete and very good; and a #51 frame only, needs a blade and cap to complete. (Photo & Photo 2)

929. Stanley #9 1/2 iron block plane in original pasteboard box, plane is complete and very good, box is torn and tatty, but good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

930. Lot of five little iron planes: Stanley #75 bullnose; Stanley #100 with squirrel-tail handle; Stanley #101 mini block plane; Millers Falls mini block plane and an unknown 101-sized plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

931. Lot: Two tape measures; one marked SUPEREME and one marked 2 METER; a Stanley #151 iron spokeshave, complete and very good; and a brass patternmaker's shave. (Photo)

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