NOV. 6, 2010

Harvester Lions Club

4835 Central School Road,

St. Charles (St. Louis), MO 63304

001. Stanley #5 jack plane and a #6 fore plane Type 11. Both in very good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

002. Stanley #6C fore plane, 90%+ japanning, fine wood, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

003. Bedrock 606C fore plane, flat sided model, V-logo blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

004. Stanley Bailey #8 Type 11, complete and very good overall, plus a Stanley #8C with almost no japanning left in bed, a nice candidate for repainting. (Photo & Photo 2)

005. Keen Kutter 9-inch smooth plane with good original blade, scuffed but intact tootle and knob, complete and very good overall; plus a Stanley 3C with cracked knob and repaired tote, with new wood will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

006. Stanley #10 1/2 carriage makers rabbet plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

007. FULTON No. 3708 smooth plane complete with decal on tote, very good overall in a nice owner-made cardboard box. (Photo)

008. Stanley #2C corrugated smooth plane with nice rosewood tote and knob, light pitting on sides and sole and what looks like a small crack on right side near the mouth, good overall, in an owner-made cardboard box. (Photo & Photo 2)

009. Stanley #283 scraper #95 block plane body, with additional parts, both can be put back into service. (Photo & Photo 2)

010. Stanley #386 jointer fence or gauge, with 99+ nickel plating, BB logo on bracket, fine rosewood knob, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

011. Stanley #93 shoulder or rabbet plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

012. Stanley #90 bullnose rabbet plane, 70%+ nickel, SW logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

013. Stanley #? brass plumb bob with built-in reel, not marked, has typical nicks and dings, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

014. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 15 in original albeit tattered pasteboard box, complete with both boxes of cutters, both sets of rods, all stops, cam, etc. A fine, complete plane in a tattered box. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. Plated wooden braces with 14 assorted center bits, countersinks, spade bit, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Stanley #12W Whimble brace, SW logo, complete with good coco or rosewood handles, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. Three layout tools: Stanley #77 (unmarked) rosewood marking & mortise gauge; sliding bevel; and try square, all are complete and in very good usable condition. (Photo)

018. Stanley #30 angle divider, SW logo, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. SCARCE Stanley #31 angle divider (similar to #30) with fine rosewood beam and 98%+ plating, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Jackson 8-inch drawknife in fine overall condition. (Photo)

021. Stanley #67 universal spokeshave with flat bottom, missing round bottom and stop, very good overall. (Photo)

022. Stanley #53 or #54 drawknife, with R&L logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

023. Unmarked pony shave with 4-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

024. Pair of hand carved Stanley tools: one looks like a #80 scraper with a steel bottom, and the other is a spokeshave, both are very well executed. (Photo)

025. Millers Falls No. 502 corner brace, complete and very good overall. (Photo)

026. Homemade wooden turning saw, very good overall. (Photo)

027. Oak Leaf camp hatchet coated with clear lacquer and having a red and blue painted handle; plus a large BELL SYSTEM claw hammer by STANLEY. (Photo)

028. STANLEY 14-ounce claw hammer, complete with original handle and very good; plus a PLUMB hatchet that has been sprayed with clear lacquer. (Photo)

029. Three claw hammers: hand forged with socket that accepts round handles; a unknown make farrier's; and a SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER DYNAMIC, very good. (Photo)

030. Pair of WESTERN AUTO Stillson-type pipe wrenches: HR2442 18-inch; and HR2440 14-inch, both complete and fine. (Photo)

031. Three hammers: small 10-oz. claw hammer, unmarked and fine; Stanley #601 tack or upholstery hammer, complete with original decal on handle, fine; and a STANLEY BELL SYSTEM with partial orange decal on handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

032. Three Crescent-type wrenches: MAC AJB-12-W 12-inch, complete and works fine; CRAFTSMAN 10-inch some plating loss but works fine; and an unusual HELIX 8-inch quick adjust by PETERSEN TOOL CO., EL DORADO, KANSAS, U.S. PAT 3,555,939, complete and fine. (Photo)

033. BEMIS & CALL 10-inch combination pipe and nut wrench; has been painted silver by a previous owner but is otherwise very good; plus a 10-inch LAWSON pipe wrench by USHCO that has a few chips from the jaws, otherwise good. (Photo)

034. Pair of International Harvester screw-adjust nut wrenches, 9-inch and 12-inch, both are in working order and both will clean to very good overall condition. (Photo)

035. Pair of crating tools or box openers: on top is THE MELLOR BOX OPENER No. 1, patented AUG. 4, 1903 and made in SEDALIA, MO; the other is a genuine BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE MANUFACTURING CO. No. 99 Tomahawk type crate opener, with wooden handles, complete and very good. (Photo)

036. Four wrenches: Fordson Crescent-type with curved handle; Fordson #2372 lug wrench; and two FORD 9-inch adjustable automobile wrenches. (Photo)

037. Three implement wrenches: Socket wrench marked P1189; International Harvester 9-inch screw adjust; and a John Deere 52 open end that is pitted. (Photo)

038. Shapleigh Hardware Co. SWB2 SAHARA water bag with original cork stopper and instruction tag, NOS and very unusual. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Fine E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER K8 oil stone. (Photo)

040. Winchester Stetson 3X beaver hat, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Three fine Diamond Edge kitchen or butcher knives in original box top with #DE91FM label, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

042. BELKNAP (Louisville, KY hardware store) steel beer-type pail or bucket, fine. (Photo)

043. St. Louis World's Fair / Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1904 ELITE souvenir tin cup by Norvell-Shapleigh Hardware Co. St. Louis, Mo., fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

044. Indian Motorcycle bottle opener, likely a reproduction or fantasy piece, as the folks who made Indians called their vehicles motocycles not motorcycles, very nice overall. (Photo)

045. Complete John Deere watch fob, fine overall. (Photo)

046. Two farm-related cigarette lighters, one is a Zippo with the International Harvester logo on on side and M.I.T. logo on the other side. The other is a Ronson with the FUNK'S HYBRID seed logo on one side and FUNK BROS. SEED CO. BELLE PLAINE, IOWA logo on the other. Bother are very good overall. (Photo)

047. E.C. SIMMMONS KEEN KUTTER block and wedge logo watch fob plus a Keen Kutter skeleton key, both very good. (Photo)

048. Keen Kutter K320 4-fold caliper rule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Keen Kutter lock with block and wedge logo hinge, complete with original key, likely from a trunk or suitcase, made by EAGLE LOCK CO. complete and very good. (Photo)

050. SHAPLEIGH 2-bladed pocket knife, good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. DIAMOND EDGE 2-bladed pocket knife, with nice etching on main blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Three like new Keen Kutter bitstock screwdriver bits, plus a fine Keen Kutter glass cutter. (Photo)

053. Lot of six antique keys including four different Keen Kutter keys, a Shapleigh and one that is unmarked and may be another Keen Kutter, all very good. (Photo)

054. ENDERS DOLLAR SAFETY RAZOR by Simmons Hardware Co. St. Louis, in original box, complete and very good. (Photo)

055. SIMMONS HDW. CO. sheath or hunting knife in a KEEN KUTTER marked leather sheath. The knife has light pitting, but is otherwise OK. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Two 2-piece sliding yardsticks with advertising: one marked F.E. BUESCHER & SON Hopewell-Academy, Mo; and the other DIAL SUPPLY CO. Chester, Ill. Phone 140. (Photo)

057. Two NOS Shapleigh's hammer handles one is marked AW and the other BR. (Photo)

058. Keen Kutter razor hone; Keen Kutter K680 4-fold boxwood rule. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. Pair Diamond Edge Imperial knives: the bigger one has a tweaked end on the main blade, and very nice handles; the smaller one has three good blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. MARBLE'S GLADSTONE MICH. U.S.A. PAT'D 1900 waterproof match safe for campers, hunters, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Shapleigh Hardware DIAMOND EDGE paper weight plus a reproduction WHITE CLADE brass badge for an ice box or stove by SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO U.S.A. (Photo)

062. Keen Kutter oil bottle, very good overall. (Photo)

063. Shapleigh Hardware Co. KEEN KUTTER shears in original box, very good. (Photo)

064. Enterprise Mfg. No. 34 Fruit, Wine and Jelly press, missing the wooden handle on the crank, otherwise OK. Painted in John Deere green paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

065. Two different Maytag stamped steel multi wrenches, both complete and very good. (Photo)

066. Five different KEEN KUTTER tools: de-horning saw; nippers; fencing pliers; and pruning sheers. (Photo & Photo 2)

067. CRAFTSMAN TOOLS toy tractor trailer with a trailer that doubles as a tool box, complete and like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

068. Fine Shapleigh's drawknife with folding handles; Keen Kutter KK104 12-inch plumb & level, complete and very good; plus a BLUE POINT #HS8A hacksaw, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

069. Coca-Cola 1950s serving tray with red haired girl, some paint loss on front, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

070. Winchester fishing vest pocket flashlight, NOS and working; plus a reproduction rifle prop marked Winchester. (Photo)

071. Small tool tote with JOHN DEERE logo and paint, complete and fine; plus two NOS flashlights that are charged by shaking, both are NOS. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. SHAPLEIGH splitting wedge; fine Diamond Edge nippers; DIAMOND EDGE DE-35-8 pliers; and SIMMONS 6-inch Stilson-type adjustable pipe wrench, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

073. Two framed collections of historic St. Louis beer coasters including BUSCH BAVARIAN; two different GRIESEDIECK BROTHERS; Anheuser Busch REGAL; Budweiser; Pabst Blue Ribbon; Falstaff. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. BUFFUM TOOL CO. Louisiana, Mo. Cast iron gate latch, very good overall. (Photo)

075. Large traditional cabinetmakers tool chest with saw box and three tills. This one has a fine painting of flowers, a lake and mountains on the inside of the lid. It is dovetailed at the corners. It is as-found and needs a good cleaning, but it will make a fine box. There are tags on either side that indicate that the previous owner, HARRY HOLDEN, had the chest shipped to or from The American Laundry Machinery Co. in Norwood, Ohio. This one has potential. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4 & Photo 5 & Photo 6)

076. Victor 15-inch quick adjust s Patent DEC. 23, 1902 & AUG. 25, 1903) pipe wrench, very good overall. (Photo)

077. ORIGINAL box of SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE cream separator filters, the box has one small tear on one of the flaps on the top but it is otherwise fine and the filters inside are NOS. (Photo & Photo 2)


078. Combination coopers croze and howel in fine overall condition. (Photo)

079. Lot of tools found within a coopers tool kit: pincers; two hoop drivers; scraper; unknown purpose tool that looks like a tire spoon; and a cobblers-type hammer. (Photo)

080. Coopers howel with V-shaped blade, very good overall. (Photo)

081. Unmarked coopers sun plane, body made from a heavy tropical wood possibly lignum, very good overall. (Photo)

082. C.F. Close Patent (May 27, 1913) steel coopers howel in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

083. Shapleigh's wood handled screwdriver and assorted Diamond Edge auger bits. (Photo)

084. Three Keen Kutter tools: hook bill knife; Unknown; and a wooden handled screwdriver. (Photo)

085. NORVELL-SHAPLEIGH French Steel scraper blade, looks to be NOS. (Photo)

086. Keen Kutter hollow faced spokeshave (Similar to Stanley #55), complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

087. Four assorted tools: Keen Kutter keyhole saw with handle; Diamond Edge square shanked twist drill bit; BLUE GRASS 1/4-inch twist drill and BLUE GRASS 3/32 nail set. (Photo)

088. Keen Kutter spring calipers: two pair inside calipers; one pair outside, all three are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

089. Two Winchester drill bits: 3/8-in. twist drill and a #16 (1-inch) wood auger bit, both very good. (Photo)

090. Three NOS Keen Kutter K-52 10-inch High Grade slicers (knives) with rosewood handles, new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Five Diamond Edge tools: claw hammer head; steel plumb bob; putty knife; and two wooden handled screwdrivers.

092. Four Keen Kutter tools: Nice claw hammer with red rubber handle; coping saw; tack lifter; and K75 putty knife, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

093. Lakeside 8-inch folding handle drawknife: WITTE Hardware 5/8-inch socket firmer chisel; Shapleigh's tack hammer; and DIAMOND EDGE cobbler's hammer. (Photo)

094. SHAPLEIGH'S No. S-200 Assortment Agricultural Springs with point of sale display and tin box with 10 cardboard Shapleigh's spring boxes most with springs. (Photo & Photo 2)

095. Three Keen Kutter chisels; two cold chisels and one #1673 with off-set handle, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

096. Three Diamond Edge tools: wrecking bar; hatchet and 7/8-inch socket firmer chisel, all very good. (Photo)

097. Unusual wooden Keen Kutter axe box with sliding lid on edge of box, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

098. Anheuser-Busch "Silver Chest" made of cherry stained beech and designed to hold your very own set of flatware. Has the A-B eagle emblem on a round disc inset into the top, and three drawers for the silver. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

099. Three Keen Kutter wrenches: Simmons Hardware 8-inch crescent wrench; Simmons Hardware 6-inch crescent wrench and E.C. SIMMONS nickel plated pliers with curved jaws, all very good. (Photo)

100. Winchester pendulum-style wall clock, wood case, battery operated quartz works, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Stanley #4 smoother WWII model with hard rubber nut, complete and very good; plus a #3C Type 11 complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. Stanley #10 carriage makers rabbet plane with stained hardwood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

103. Scarce Stanley #10C carriagemaker's rabbet plane with 75%+ japanning, good rosewood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. Stanley #3 smooth plane, stained hardwood tote and knob, 95%+ japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

105. Stanley BEDROCK #602 flat sided smooth plane, with 85%+ japanning, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

106. Stanley #50 light duty combination plane, later model with thumb-operated blade adjuster, full box of blades with intact label, a fine plane and equally fine set of blades. (Photo & Photo 2)

107. Sargent #1080 combination plow plane (similar to Stanley #45) with original roll of 15 blades; sash, match, one bead and fillister and 11 plows; a very good plane with nice cutters. (Photo & Photo 2)

108. Stanley #55 combination plow plane with all five main sections including auxiliary center bottom or tower; cam; three original depth stops, beading stop, slitter; plus five cutter boxes full of blades, three cutters boxes are owner made with facsimile labels, a very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. RARE Stanley #54 light duty combination plow plane, these are similar to #50 planes, but the frames are not drilled out for spare spurs, this one has all four sets of rods; two sets of original blades, one set is on original blade box and one in an owner-made box. Plane is complete with facsimile instruction pamphlet in a fine owner-made outer box. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Large V&B double ended alligator wrench; plus a nice Elgin adjustable alligator, both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Three 5-inch screw adjusting pocket or bicycle wrenches; THE CLEVELAND by The Lozier Mfg Co. Toledo, has had the nipple wrench on the back side of movable jaw ground off, still works as a nut wrench and bottle opener; Starley Patent VICTOR by the OVERMAN WHEEL CO. CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS nut wrench, complete and very good; plus another by The Lozier Mfg. Co. with the June 7, 1892 patent date, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Two B&C screw adjust S wrenches. This lot includes both a 6-inch and 7-inch screw adjusting nut wrenches, both are very good. (Photo)

113. Bonney Patent VICTOR screw adjusting alligator wrench made by Kraeuter & Co., Newark, NJ on a patent issued May 26, 1903, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

114. Four pipe wrenches: 6-inch screw adjust MERIT Stillson Wrench; MORCO Stillson 6-inch screw adjust by the Moore Drop Forge Co.; a J.P. DANIELSON Co. 6-inch screw adjust Stillson pattern; and a HELLER self adjusting 8-inch, MASTERWRENCH complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

115. Five screw adjusting nut wrenches; a 4-inch BET-R-GRIP Crescent-type by J.P. DANIELSON Co. Jamestown, NY.; two 4-inch Billings & Spencer #97 pocket wrenches; a Sterling No. 2 by Frank Mossberg. (Photo & Photo 2)

116. Pair 5-inch screw adjusting bicycle or pocket wrenches: Starley patent VICTOR by the OVERMAN WHEEL CO. CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS nut wrench, complete and fine; plus a 5-inch BARCALO-BUFFALO, similar to the No. 10 by the Charles Hall Co., complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

117. Unusual 6-inch Whitman & Barnes CHICAGO screw-adjust wood handled nut wrench. This is the first I have seen that had both the W&B logo as well as having the name spelled out on the back, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

118. Four different Frank Mossberg screw adjust pocket or bicycle wrenches: a 6 1/2-inch Sterling No. 2; Sterling 5-inch No. 1; A-I Diamond 5-inch; and a fine 5-in. Diamond No. 10. (Photo & Photo 2)

119. Iver Johnson 6-inch nickel plated bicycle wrench with a tire tool built into the end of the handle, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

120. Fine 10-inch quick-adjust nut wrench No. 10 by AMERICAN WRENCH & SPECIALTIES CO CHICAGO U.S.A. (Photo & Photo 2)

121. Three Billings & Spencer screw-adjust nut wrenches: E Model 8-inch, complete and very good; No. 97 4-inch pocket model; unknown model 5-inch marked C.E. BILLINGS Pat'd Feb. 18th, 1879, and on other side Billings & Spencer Co. Hartford, Conn., complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

122. Pair of 4-inch Crescent-type wrenches: one a PROTO #704S and the other a UTICA TOOL CO #91-4, both are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

123. Two automotive type ratchet wrenches: HINSDALE F-5 11/16-inch made on a patent issued to Vandiver J. Van Horn of Chicago, complete and fine; plus a 5/8-inch DASCO PRODUCTS ratchet with short 3 1/2-inch handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

124. Four adjustable wrenches: Elgin adjustable alligator, good overall; Boos Tool Co. Kansas City, MO, complete and very good; 5-inch RIGID adjustable pipe wrench, very good; and a small C.E. Billings Patent pocket wrench, bar slightly bent, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

125. Six wrenches including pliers by BMC Corp.; an unusual M215EE multi wrench; and a Delco wrench marked SPARK PLUG- GENERATOR NUT 90257 and CYLINDER STUD- BATTERY. (Photo & Photo 2)

126. Belknap Hardware Mfg. Co. OLD KENTUCKY HOME spring scale with green face, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

127. Lot of six+ wrenches including three John Deere stamped steel; a 6-inch adjustable S wrench; CHIP-A-WAY nippers; Crescent Tool Co. pliers... (Photo & Photo 2)

128. Belknap Hardware Mfg. Co. OLD KENTUCKY HOME spring scale with green face, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

129. Four wrenches etc.: PROTO 3/4 in. socket; Snap-On #OEX-22 combination; CRAFTSMAN 8-inch Crescent; set of BLUE POINT feeler gages; and a set of allen wrenches. (Photo & Photo 2)

130. Thee John Deere items: a ceramic coffee cup; padlock with set of keys, and air pressure gage, all like new. (Photo)

131. VOLVO AB BAHCO STOCKHOLM 8-inch combination alligator and adjusting crescent type, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

132. Three oil cans: Gulfpride OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL quart can, complete and very good; International Harvester that has been repainted red; and a nice little Maytag with intact decal, very good. (Photo)

133. MAUSER (GERMAN) 8-inch quick adjust automotive-type nut wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

134. Three TEXACO Home Lubricant oil cans, all complete and very good. (Photo)

135. Lot: Cast iron base for Keen Kutter paper holder; 6-inch DIAMOND crescent wrench; BLUE POINT (Photo)

136. Two belt buckles including a CENTRAL STATES THRESHERMEN'S RENION 45th ANNIVERSARY 1993 CASE EXPO #7; both are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

137. Lot: Pet Milk can opener; bottle opener, steering wheel attachment, horn button. (Photo)

138. BELL SYSTEM scissors by WISS and a household hammer with IDEAL DOG FOOD advertising, having a next of screwdrivers inside handle, very good. (Photo)

139. Sargent #407 smooth plane (same size as Stanley #2) with scuffed but intact tote and knob, fine original blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

140. Stanley #602 BEDROCK with 90%+ japanning, fine tote has partial decal on side, nice knob, T-logo cutter, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

141. D.R. Barton 1 3/4-inch timber framing chisel, has been restored from a previously pitted wreck, the back 2 inches have been polished and it's now sharp and ready to work. (Photo)

142. New Haven Edge Tool Co. 2-inch heavy chisel or slick, the bottom 2 inches of the back has been polished, it is sharp and ready to work. (Photo)

143. James Swan 3-inch slick with nice Bradford pear handle (from 2002 ice storm in Kansas City), very good overall condition. (Photo)

144. Dictionary of American Hand Tools A Pictorial Synopsis by Alvin Sellens complete with intact dust jacket.

145. Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America Vol. I by Roger K. Smith, scuffed but intact.

146. The Stanley Plane A History and Descriptive Inventory by Alvin Sellens, signed by the author, complete with dust jacket, fine.

147. Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America Vol. 2 by Roger K. Smith, intact with dust jacket, fine overall.

148. Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools Guide to Identity & Value hard bound book by John Walter #455 of 1000 printed, new condition with dust jacket.

149. The Legend of Stanley 100 Years of the Stanley Works hardbound book by Jeffrey L. Rodengen, complete with dust jacket, fine overall.

150. The Guide to American Wooden Planes Third Edition Book by Emil & Martyl Pollak, complete and fine.

151. The Stanley Catalog Collection Vos. 1 & 2 by Astragal Press, both like new.

152. Two hardbound books: Carpentry by American School of Correspondence, published 1912, complete and fine; plus How To Work With Tools and Wood copyright 1942 by Stanley Tools, fine overall.

153. Lot of 10 misc. Tool Catalog reprints most by MWTCA and additional pamphlets etc.

154. A Museum of Early American Tools book by Eric Sloan, like new.

155. Audels Carpenters and Builders Guides Vols. 1 to 4, all very good. (Photo)

156. Modern Carpentry books Vols. 1 & 2 by Hodgson, both very good.

157. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, August 1941 Edition, one corner of cover has separated and needs mending, otherwise OK. (Photo)

158. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, January 1941 edition, complete and fine. (Photo)

159. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34A, 1936 Edition, cover worn and stained, some clear tape on spine, fair overall condition. (Photo)

160. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, 1955 Edition, some cover loss on spine, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

161. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, 1952 Edition, some cover wear, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)

162. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, 1958 Edition, complete and fine. (Photo)

163. Original Stanley Tool Catalog No. 34, 1954 Edition, no date marking, very good overall. (Photo)

164. Original Stanley No. 34 Tool Catalog: 1949 Edition, very good overall. (Photo)

165. Three Stanley No. 34 Tool Catalogs: 1954 has separated cover and missing back cover; 1949 with seriously worn covers, inside is OK; 1950 with separated front cover, otherwise very good; and a 1949 pamphlet REPAIR PARTS FOR STANLEY TOOLS showing repair parts for planes, scrapers; miter boxes and drills, complete and fine. (Photo)

166. REMINGTON ARMS - METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. Remington UMC advertising poster 11 x 15 3/4-inch, very good overall condition. (Photo)

167. Winchester Rifles and Cartirdges advertising 11 x 15 3/4-inch poster from the WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO. Very good overall condition. (Photo)

168. Diamond Edge bill hook compete and fine. (Photo)

169. Keen Kutter advertising mirror, plus a small E.C. Simmons BLUE BRAND sewing machine screwdriver, both are very good. (Photo)

170. Two different Diamond Edge and one Keen Kutter pencil clips, all three are fine. (Photo)

171. Two different E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER pin backs, both fine, plus a Diamond Edge pin back, complete and fine. (Photo)

172. CEETEECO (Crescent Tool Co) No. H28 pliers, new in box; plus a DIAMALLOY HL16 6 1/2-inch GROOVE-JOINT (slip joint) pliers, new in box. (Photo)

173. PEXTO pony shave with red handles, complete and very good; plus a fine Stanley #20, 8-inch try square with rosewood handle, fine. (Photo)

174. Lot of five wrenches, hammers and other auto related tools including an unusual wrench with ratchet on one end, and a FORD 9N17014 Ferguson plow wrench with graduated handle for measuring depth and width of furrows. (Photo & Photo 2)

175. Bell System wrench that fits three different sizes; a BELL SYSTEM needle nose pliers; and a M. KLEIN & SONS wire splicer or twister, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

176. Scarce KEEN KUTTER painter's cap, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

177. KLEIN TOOLS INC. zig zag rule, pliers, wire cutters and two dog bone wrenches, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

178. Bag of 12 KEEN KUTTER marbles with card advertising KEEN KUTTER razors, complete and very good. (Photo)

179. Pair of ice tongs, complete and very good; plus a Griswold 3-inch NEW AMERICAN stove damper, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

180. Nice SHAPLEIGH'S DIAMOND BRAND Thermos with spigot, circa 1950s, very good overall with intact decal. (Photo & Photo 2)

181. Keen Kutter wooden mallet with faint stamping "BUY KEEN KUTTER HDLS" plus a brass Oak Leaf cement edger, complete and fine. (Photo)

182. Two pair pliers and two pair side cutters: CHANNEL LOCK #420 slip joint pliers; KLICKER fencing pliers; DUNLAP and UTICA 40-7 side cutters, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

183. Combination pry bar and hammer advertising FUNK'S seeds plus an unknown make crate opener. (Photo)

184. Four Keen Kutter tools: adjustable auger bit, tack lifter; center punch and small chisel, all very good. (Photo)

185. Five Crescent-type adjustable wrenches: 10-inch LAKESIDE; two 8-inch DIAMALLOY; a 6-inch ATCO WRENCH CO. LIMA, OHIO; and a 6-inch UTICA. (Photo)

186. Two KEEN KUTTER open-end wrenches: K-1 and 31, both are fine. (Photo)

187. Meinecke Patent bed pan, new old stock. (Photo & Photo 2)

188. Keen Kutter 2 1/2 gallon gas can, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

189. Shapleigh Hardware KEEN KUTTER Sealed Beam Lantern (flashlight), complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

190. KEEN KUTTER 1-gallon gas can, some scratches but very good overall condition. (Photo)

191. Two KEEN KUTTER match safes and a KEEN KUTTER cement edger, all look like newer reproductions, all are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

192. KEEN KUTTER lobster boot jack, these were fantasy pieces meaning they were something neither E.C. SIMMONS nor SHAPLEIGH ever produced. It is still a cool piece and it's like new. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. KEEN KUTTER KK 16-gage shotgun, SIMMONS butt plate, #W2787. (Photo)

194. Diamond Arms Co. St. Louis Electro Steel Choke Bored 12-gauge shotgun, chrome on stock a little rough. (Photo)

195. Harrington & Richadson Inc. Topper Model 88, 20 gauge shotgun, 3-inch full choke. (Photo)

196. Keen Kutter 12-gauge shotgun, missing cap from side, #4320. (Photo)

197. Collectors Guide To KEEN KUTTER book by Jerry and Elaine Heuring, this is the latest edition of the book and this copy is complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo)

198. KEEN KUTTER Collectibles – An Illustrated Price Guide by Jerry & Elaine Heuring. This is penultimate edition, it is complete and very good. Also included is a KEEN KUTTER catalog reprinted by the Midwest Tool Collectors Association. (Photo)

199. Scarce CAST IRON IMPLEMENT SEATS III book by Donald Sites, this one is complete and very good. (Photo)

200. Keen Kutter price guide by Jerry & Elaine Heuring. This is the earliest edition and it is well worn. Also included is A PRICE GUIDE to E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER book that is complete and very good. (Photo)

201. Stanley #4C with 90%+ japanning, tote repaired, otherwise very good; plus a Stanley #3 smoother with 95%+ japanning, fine rosewood tote and knob, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Stanley #62 low angle bench plane, complete with throat adjusting cam, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. Scarce Stanley #10 1/4 tilting handled rabbet plane, WWII model with hard rubber adjusting nut and stained hardwood tote and knob, the plug that must be loosened to tilt the tote is frozen, get it loose, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

204. Stanley VICTOR #20 compass plane, 60% japanning, some light rust, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

205. RARE Stanley #2 smooth plane, extra long 8-inch body, fine tote and knob, 98%+ japanning, BB logo cutter, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. RARE Stanley #283 scraper, complete and near new condition. (Photo)

207. Stanley #200 chisel and blade grinding fixture, 99% nickel, fine overall. (Photo)

208. Stanley #72 chamfer plane, early model with cast cap screw, J logo, fine beaded knob, fine tote, 75%+ japanning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

209. Beading attachment for Stanley #72 chamfer plane, with set of blades, all in original pasteboard box with partial label covered with clear tape, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

210. Bullnose for Stanley #72 chamfer plane, 90%+ japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

211. Stanley #212 scraper, this is the one favored by fly rod makers, the big problem with this one is that someone broke the frog in it and the only way to repair it was to shorten the frog and that required the sides to be ground down. Comes with a template that shows how the side needs to be repaired. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Sargent #105 squirrel tail mini block plane plus a Stanley #100 mini block plane with tail handle, both complete. (Photo)

213. Fine Stanley #100 mini block plane with tail handle. (Photo)

214. Stanley #100 1/2 mini block plane with tail handle and rounded bottom. (Photo)

215. Millers Falls mini block plane similar to a Stanley #101, nice gray paint on body and red cap, fine overall. (Photo)

216. Stanley #50 light duty combination plow, WWII model with wooden handle, thumb-operated blade adjuster, 17 original blades in original box with intact label plus one 1/8-inch in plane, a fine plane and cutter set. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Nice Millers Falls #208 bench mounted drill press. This is the first of this early model that we have sold. It is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2& Photo 2& Photo 4)

218. Diamond Edge #140 hand saw + one. (Photo)

219. J.M. Waterston Detroit tack hammer. (Photo)

220. Utica Tool Co. #31 needle nose pliers & a PEXTO #794 tin bender. (Photo)

221. Bemis & Call H&T Co. combination pipe and nut wrench. (Photo)

222. Minn. Harvester Works adjustable wrench. (Photo)

223. Westcott adjustable wrench. (Photo)

224. PS&W Co. adjustable nut wrench with handle of stacked leather washers. (Photo)

225. Stillson all-steel pipe wrench. (Photo)

226. BROCI hand drill. (Photo)

227. LINCO GASOLINE oil can, with intact spout. (Photo)

228. McCormic Deering Farm Machines oil can, VG. (Photo)

229. Wooden jack and fore planes; the fore has a HOWLAND Beehive logo blade; and the jack . (Photo)

230. Two iron block planes, one in red paint. (Photo)

231. Two Clamps, a ball peen hammer and a meat tenderizing hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

232. Nice 2-speed breast drill, and a Yankee screwdriver. (Photo)

233. Woodmark Industries Minneapolis, Minn. metal zig zag rule, and two boxwood caliper rules; Stanley #136 and Stanley #36. (Photo & Photo 2)

234. Brass grease gun. (Photo)

235. Lot of assorted small tools inc. Buck Bros. wood chisel, three tape measures, and the center and protractor heads for a combination square. (Photo & Photo 2)

236. Buck saw.

237. BENJ. F. HORN, EAST ST. LOUIS, ILL coopers sun plane with lignum body, has old throat patch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Fine hand forged coopers chime maul. (Photo)

239. Pair of coopers hoop drivers, both very good. (Photo)

240. Coopers flag or flagging iron, hand forged, fine overall. (Photo)

241. Pair of hammers one a straight peen and one a cross peen, found with lot of coopers tools. (Photo)

242. Coopers saw-tooth croze and a wooden handled coopers shave, the croze needs a blade but is otherwise OK, the shave has two different sized screws securing the blade clamp. (Photo)

243. Nice D.R. Barton coopers chamfer knife, very good overall. (Photo)

244. Rosewood and brass leather-cutting gauge or slitter by C.S. Osborne, needs blade, very good overall. (Photo)

245. Hand adz, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

246. Combination coopers croze and howel, complete and fine. (Photo)

247. C.F. Close Patent (U.S. #1,063,120) cooper's chamfering howel, made on a patent issued May 27, 1913 to Charles F. Close of Barnard, New York, this appears to have had the patent date milled off, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Coopers hollowing shave, has some light pitting from a previous cleaning, still good and could be put back into service. (Photo)

249. Lot of coopers tools: hand adz; try square; straight edge; chime maul; and bung auger. (Photo)

250. Davis Level & Tool Co. #4, 24-inch cast iron inclinometer level with fancy filigree casting, one tiny little corner chip, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

251. Davis Level & Tool Co. #4, 18-inch cast iron inclinometer level, has top and bottom rails broken on one end and a missing pointer on the face of the inclinometer, a good one for decorating or restoring. (Photo & Photo 2)

252. Davis Level & Tool Co. #4, 12-inch cast iron inclinometer level, one small piece of filigree casting missing on one corner, otherwise this one is complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Davis Level & Tool Co. #4, 6-inch cast iron inclinometer level, mantle clock style, this one has holes drilled in each end of the base for mounting it to a board, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Three SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE tools: #9010 brush, #S42 hacksaw and cement edger, all are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Framed Keen Kutter print from Koch's Paint And Hardware of Washington, Mo. Print depicts a boy and a dog is was taken from a calendar, included is the calendar this one was found attached to, but it is possible this isn't the calendar that originally came with this print. (Photo & Photo 2)

256. Lot of Shapleigh's Hardware WANT BOOKS including one that has both the Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter logos on the cover, plus three more CENTURY SUPPLY COMPANY VAL-TEST want books and one more. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Shapleigh's KEEN KUTTER reproduction thermometer in like new condition. (Photo)

258. RARE 1927 Winchester-Simmons Co. invoice for 232 dry cell batteries shipped by the steamboat BALD EAGLE to to H. OKENFUSS in St. Genevieve, Mo.; also included is a 1977 calendar from TAYLOR MOTOR & IMPLEMENT CO. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Three KEEN KUTTER hammers: F4736GK claw hammer with rubber handle, complete and very good; a brick hammer with a loose handle; plus a riveting hammer head. (Photo & Photo 2)

260. KEEN KUTTER TOOLS store sign advertising BARNES HARDWARE APPLIANCE DYSART, IOWA, complete and fine. (Photo)

261. Fine WINCHESTER THE GUN THAT WON THE WEST framed wall mirror, complete and fine. Perfect for decorating your hunting lodge, gun room or bar. (Photo & Photo 2)

262. DIAMOND EDGE TOOL store sign advertising ARTHUR HAFERKAMP AUGUSTA, MO. One small crease on left side, otherwise fine. (Photo)

263. Shapleigh's Hardware Diamond Edge spring scale, no glass, good overall. (Photo)

264. SHAPLEIGH'S 12-inch Crescent wrench, complete and very good; plus a SHAPLEIGH'S S-1951 plier, complete and very good. (Photo)

265. Two pair DIAMOND EDGE pliers and a wood-handled Diamond Edge 8-inch pipe wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

266. RARE Original Diamond Edge Knife and Cutlery Case out of the old THOMAS HARDWARE STORE in O'FALLON, ILLINOIS, a few typical nicks and dings in the wood, but the decals are intact and this case is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3 & Photo 4)

267. New old stock DIAMOND EDGE 3-tined pitch fork, has two paper labels and one label stamped into the wood. (Photo & Photo 2)

268. Keen Kutter 3-tined pitch fork, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

269. Keen Kutter posthole digger with block and wedge KK logo embossed near handle socket, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

270. Diamond Edge long handled hard rake, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

271. Unusual Keen Kutter KSH4 fork in original red paint with fine original handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

272. New Old Stock Shapleigh's Favorite ash handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

273. Keen Kutter hay knife, well worn handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

274. Keen Kutter weed wackier, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Keen Kutter #2 shovel, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. Unmarked fireman's axe, handle has been taped near socket, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

277. COASTAL MOTOR OIL double sided tin sign 24 X 36 inches, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

278. Winchester Pheasants On The Rise fits 18 X 24-inch, covered in shrink wrap with a cardboard backing, the cardboard backing is creased but the poster is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

279. Two 10-inch pipe wrenches: a Rigid-type Keen Kutter in original red paint and an unmarked model. (Photo)

280. Keen Kutter pruning sheers with 98%+ nickel plating, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

281. Choice from among 3 boxes of pencils, many with great area advertising. (Photo)

282. Lot of six beer bottles including Falstaff, Pabst & Schlitz 10-oz. (Photo & Photo 2)

283. Diamond Edge DE543-000 Hair Clippers in original box, a fine pair of clippers in a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

284. Winchester Cleaning Preparations bottle with paper label, fine, plus a glass ashtray from the Purina company with the checkerboard logo in the bottom, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

285. Invoice from The Winchester-Simmons Co. dated 3/19/23, complete and fine inside a frame. (Photo & Photo 2)

286. Three 1950s Shapleigh's Hardware catalogs: Tool Catalog; Builders' Hardware; and Farm And Garden Tools, all in fine overall condition. (Photo)

287. RARE Simmons Hardware Company St. Louis, Mo GUNS booklet or pamphlet, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

288. Four Farmers' pocket ledgers from implement companies in Illinois. (Photo)

289. Three beer pails or buckets; one marked Miller and the other two COLUMBIA TURN VEREIN, COLUMBIA, ILL. (Photo)

290. Two HEP IMPERIAL REFINERIES CLAYTON, MO oil bottles with spouts, plus one extra spout, both bottles are fine. (Photo)

291. Four pair pliers: PROTO 8-in.; BLUE GRASS 499-6; SHAPLEIGH'S; and DIAMOND, all are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

292. Three pipe wrenches: DUNLAP 10-inch; RIGID 8-inch; and DIAMOND EDGE 8-inch, all are very good. (Photo)

293. Two pair Diamond Edge pliers: DE-35-6; and DE-35-7, both fine. (Photo)

294. Winchester SPECIAL #8020 wooden handled hacksaw, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

295. Four Diamond Edge tools: DE-725-8 pliers: 677B double ended S wrench; DE-35 pliers with side cutters; and 5 1/2-inch nippers, all very good. (Photo)

296. Winchester #2108 8-inch gas pliers, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

297. Winchester SPECIAL screwdriver plus a NOS Winchester cloth patch. (Photo & Photo 2)

298. Four Keen Kutter wrenches: K-57 slip-joint pliers; K47-7 side cutters; K-6 crescent wrench; and unknown number double ended alligator wrench with three thread chasers built into handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

299. SIMMONS claw hammer; BLUE GRASS #266-8 crescent wrench; SHAPLEIGH'S 5/8-inch wrench; and an gage for testing the battery or charging system on a Model A or Model T car. (Photo)

300. Scarce Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 11 in original tin box, complete with both sets rods, dated cam, all stops, full box of blades including slitter, cutter box has a fine intact label, a fine complete plane in a very good tin box with partial labels. (Photo & Photo 2)

301. Stanley VICTOR #20 1/2 compass plane, japanning enhanced, otherwise complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

302. Stanley #112 cabinet scraper plane, complete with extra thick SW logo blade, fine tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

303. Stanley #2 smooth plane, B casting mark on lever cap, BB logo cutter, rosewood tote cracked at base otherwise very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

304. Stanley #147 5/8-inch match plane, early model with cast screws, complete with both blades, 85%+ nickel, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

305. Stanley #146 3/8-inch match plane, early model with cast screw heads, 90%+ nickel, both blades intact, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

306. 305. Stanley #148 7/8-inch match plane, V-logo on on screw, 90%+ nickel, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

307. Lie-Nielsen Toolworks #1 smooth plane (same size as Stanley #1) like new in original box. (Photo & Photo 2)

308. Stanley #50 light duty combination plow, circa 1958 to 1962, has STANLEY name in the rosewood handle, comes with full set of blades in original box with nice label, beading and depth stops, envelope with chip deflector, screw and extra cutter, a fine complete and plane in an owner-made tin box. (Photo & Photo 2)

309. Stanley #78 duplex or rabbet & fillester plane, complete with depth stop and original fence, all inside a nice wooden box with sliding lid.

310. Stanley #46 skew bladed plow plane, complete with full set of 11 blades including slitter, two depth stops, nice rosewood handle and wear strips, reprinted owners pamphlet. (Photo & Photo 2)

311. Unknown wooden spokeshave with screw adjusting blade; plus a Stanley #77 rosewood marking and mortise gage, only marked with a patent date, has a few paint splatters but is otherwise fine. (Photo)

312. Millers Falls No. 07 skew bladed block plane, front knob is a replacement, comes with replacement knob, otherwise very good. (Photo)

313. Rosewood 6 1/4-inch rabbet plane with 1-inch blade, like new. (Photo)

314. Unknown 4 1/2-inch iron rabbet plane with 5/8-inch blade, brass cap and cap screw, very good overall. (Photo)

315. Unknown make wooden smoother with Stanley blade and replaced wedge; plus an Ohio Tool #75, 3/4-inch tongue cutting plane, very good overall. (Photo)

316. Stanley #140 skew bladed block plane, with patent date in removable side, complete and very good overall.

317. Stanley #91 double beam marking gage; plus two #93 gages, one is complete, the other is missing the guide. (Photo)

318. Rosewood handled stitching awl plus a flat bladed STANLEY screwdriver, both very good. (Photo)

319. Stanley #38 oil burner level, complete and fine. (Photo)

320. Atkins 26-inch 8 pip cross cut had saw, SILVER STEEL blade, BORG WARNER CORP. fine overall. (Photo)

321. E.C. Atkins No. 100 flooring saw, fine etch, still has original price sticker on handle, fine overall. (Photo)

322. Sargent #600CR copper plated take-down rafter square, complete and very good. (Photo)

323. Interlox #106 72-inch sliding rule, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

324. RABONE #1190 Chesterman combination boxwood rule, level and bevel, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Lufkin #863L combination boxwood rule, level and bevel, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Scarce Stanley #7 "Blind man's" rule with additional "No. 70E" fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Stanley #3 12-inch caliper rule, the model number is a bit faint, but the rule is very good overall. (Photo)

328. Stanley #52 1/2 fully bound boxwood 4-fold rule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Stanley #53 1/2 architect's 4-fold boxwood rule, SW logo, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

330. Stanley #53 1/2 architect's 4-fold boxwood rule, R&L logo, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. Stanley #83C 24-inch, 4-fold, caliper rule, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

332. Stanley #42 ships bevel, with nice brass blade, not marked Stanley but certainly made by them, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

333. Stanley #71 plane, later model with 1/2-inch and V blades, black handles, intact depth stop, screw in clamp is a crude replacement. (Photo)

334. Stanley #39 1/2-inch dado plane, one nicker, light pitting on sides and bottom, intact fence and screw, will make a good user. (Photo)

335. Early Stanley #2 brass trammel points with intact pencil holder, fine overall. (Photo)

336. Three John Deere wrenches: two JD-52 and one JD-50, the 50 has some milled pitting but all are very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Two Craftsman #965468 Deluxe Truck Box tool boxes, constructed of heavy duty plastic that is impervious to household chemicals, oil and gas and will not crack in temps as low as -40 degrees. One box has the original label, both are very good overall. (Photo)

338. Craftsman #965468 Deluxe Truck Box tool box constructed of heavy duty plastic that is impervious to household chemicals, oil and gas and will not crack in temps as low as -40 degrees; also included a smaller box of similar construction marked ToolMaster, both boxes are in very good overall condition. (Photo)

339. Three Wentzville, Missouri items: a soda? bottle by A.J. SCHULZ in fine overall condition; an ashtray from the Wentzville, State Bank; and a marble pen holder that has a blue disc on one side and is marked WENTZVILLE MISSOURI 63385 "AT THE CROSSROADS OF THE NATION." (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Polly-Prim (Simmons Hardware Co.) floor sweeper with original handle, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Keen Kutter cork screw, with fine nickel plating and nice wooden handle, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Barney & Berry Inc. #7231, Barney & Berry was a brand name used by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. This is nice 2-piece rod that was marketed by them. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. GOOD YEAR desktop note paper holder, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

344. Keen Kutter K610 four-fold, 1-foot boxwood rule, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

345. Four PURINA items: Pair of salt and pepper shakers; a combination salt & pepper shaker and a 3-bladed pocket knife, all items are in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

346. Enders Dollar Safety Razor in original box with blades, complete and very good. (Photo)

347. Four bottle openers each advertising a different historic St. Louis-area brewery; HYDE PARK; ALPEN BRAU, COLUMBIA BREWING CO.; GRESEDIECK BROS, ST. LOUIS; and FALSTAFF BREWING CORP. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Keen Kutter 2-bladed mincing knife, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. Two different FALLSTAFF BREWING CORP. bottle openers plus a bullet shaped Remington Cutlery advertising piece. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Large traditional cabinetmakers tool chest 30 X 19 X 18 outside with intact plane till in the bottom, nice dovetailed construction, completely refinished with modern replacement tray, intact lock with key, folding handles on the ends, marked J.C. on front of box, will make a great blanket box. (Photo & Photo 2)

351. Emmert's Paternmaker's vise. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. Winchester multi knife similar to a Swiss Army knife, has fork, spoon, corkscrew; bottle opener; two blades, when both the fork and spoon are opened at the same time, the knife can be separated into two pieces, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. New old stock E.C. Simmons No. K109 carpenters' pencil. (Photo & Photo 2)

354. Unusual antique folding scissors MADE IN GERMANY and a small pocket knife that has the MONSANTO name on the side. Monsanto is a St. Louis-based chemical company, and this knife was likely a promotional giveaway made for them, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. Two NOS Keen Kutter 13/32 square shanked twist drills in a very good Keen Kutter K26-6 End Cutting Nippers box; plus a fine Millers Falls class cutter. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. Three pipe tools including a blade and tamping tool with HALF AND HALF advertising on the outside; another tamper, poker, scraper made in Czechoslovacia, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. Unusual M.B. SKINNER CO. SOUTH BEND, IND. U.S.A. deep throated hack saw with two handles, the handles are both missing the top spur, very good overall. (Photo)

358. Two quarts WINCHESTER heavy duty motor oil. One can has a tag on top saying it is a slow leaker, the other is fine. Each will come inside a plastic coffee can. (Photo)

359. Nice Keen Kutter pruning or brush saw, has nice red paint and 75%+ original label, fine. (Photo)

360. NOS BUDWEISER Nostalgic Tin Thermometer, still in original packaging. (Photo)

361. Three grass hooks including a fine Keen Kutter, and a very good Blue Grass. (Photo)

362. Two bench mounted grinders including one by Keen Kutter. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. Large S.H. Co. (Shapleigh Hardware) pressing iron; and a KEEN KUTTER broad axe head. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. John Deere photo coasters NOS; a JOHN DEERE sharpening stone advertising ALLERTON IMPLEMENT CO. 1936 to 1951 (soiled); and a glass ashtray from the Lucke Maytag Store in Palmyra, Mo. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Three ratchet braces including a Millers Falls and one marked ELECTRIC CITY, all complete and very good. (Photo)

366. Extra large WYETH CO. hardware catalog from St. Joseph, Missouri, fine overall condition. (Photo)

367. Four ratchet braces including two marked CRUSADER (a Winchester brand name) one of the Crusader braces is pitted, the other three are very good. (Photo)

368. L&M Cigarettes tin sign, has some rust but most of the original paint is intact. (Photo & Photo 2)

369. H.K. Porter LINKMASTER chain tool, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

370. BUSCH LIGHT DRAFT Beer sign, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

371. Two Shapleigh Hardware Co. DIAMOND EDGE rafter or framing squares; DEB100 and DEB14, the DEB14 has a few spots of rust, both are in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

372. Two 1/2-gallon Oberweis Dairy bottles, both are in fine overall condition. (Photo)

373. Two plates and two saucers made by Theodore Haviland Limoges France for Simmons Hardware Co., St. Louis, Mo. All feature the same floral pattern, one plate and one saucer have small chips, otherwise all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

374. Lot of never used SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE KEEN KUTTER store tags; and a used Diamond Edge carpenter's pencil. (Photo & Photo 2)

375. Nice brass WINCHESTER grain scale with original brass bucket, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

376. Lot of several tractor or farm-related items: six IH match books from Jensen & Larson Implement Co. Richey, Montana; an ALLIS-CHALMERS tractor badge; two CASE pencils from LINDLEY IMPLEMENT CO., CHARLESTON, ILL; a 9/16 & 1/2 open end wrench marked McKAIG-HATCH INC,; and a NIB Massey-Ferguson spark plug. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. Tinners stake anvil, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

378. ACME LEVEL CO. 18-inch inclinometer level, needs a light cleaning, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

379. Disston hand saw with thumb-hole handle; plus a wooden saw vise, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

380. Stanley #5 1/2C jumbo jack plane with Diamond Edge hard rubber tote and wooden knob, the hard rubber tote is cracked, otherwise this one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

381. Medium sized lead ladle, very good overall; plus a wheelwrights traveler. (Photo)

382. Bridge Tool Co. St. Louis 14-inch #5 iron jack plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

383. Lot misc. tools: marking gauge, missing locking screw; two sliding bevels, one with oversized blade; Union Tool Co. hack saw, missing blade; knife sharpening steel; and a PROTO #987 bevel, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

384. Union Tool Co. #43 tongue & groove plane, complete and very good; plus a #110 iron block plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

385. W. ROSE saddler's knife, very good overall; plus a C.S. Osborne & Co. leather slitting gauge, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Stanley #66 beader, has light rust, will clean to very good condition; plus a #55 hollow faced spokeshave, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

387. Stanley #39 1/4 dado plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Four fixer-upper wooden planes and a wooden miter box. (Photo)

389. Tool Lot: taps; belt lacing fixture; rosewood handled try square; hatchet head, etc. (Photo)

390. Two wooden jack planes; a wooden fore plane and a transitional jointer for parts or restoration. (Photo & Photo 2)

391. Lot: hog ringer; nipper; speed indicator and a mystery tool patented March 6, 1878, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

392. Stanley Liberty Bell transitional jack plane; plus three other planes suitable for decorating. (Photo)

393. Lot of four advertising thermometers, a rain gage, Snap-On cup; Camel cigarette lighter; and a new pair of UNION PACIFIC railroad work gloves. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

394. Original 1922 Stanley Tools Catalog No. 34, front cover soiled and separated and back cover MIA; plus a 1936 JULY Edition of the No. 34 catalog, covers have creases and small tears but it is otherwise very good. (Photo)

395. Two original Stanley No. 34 TOOL CATALOGS April 1937 Edition has bottom corner of cover and fist several pages missing, the rest of the cover and fist pages on both ends are tatty, otherwise good overall; also an April 1939 Edition with soiled and tatty covers and a few dogeared pages inside, otherwise OK. (Photo)

396. Stanley Tools Catalog No. 34, 1952 edition, complete and fine; plus a 1947 Edition that is missing the cover but is otherwise very good. (Photo)

397. Original 1912 Stanley Tools pamphlet, complete and fine. (Photo)

398. Original 1914 Stanley Tools pamphlet, complete and fine; plus an original 1926 Stanley Tools mini catalog, complete and very good. (Photo)

399. Craftsman #9-3728 (Stanley 45) combination plow plane with original manual, and 2-row box of blades with cardboard sleeve, a fine plane with a very good set of blades. Made by Stanley and just like a #45 with micro adjusting fence. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

400. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 20 MADE IN CANADA in original wooden box with hinged lid, plane is complete with all three main sections; long and short rods, cam, depth stops, beading stop, full set of 24 blades including slitter, and a reprint copy of original owners manual. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Stanley #79 double side rabbet plane in original box, 98%+ plating, BB blades, the box top has one flap off but it is there and can be re-attached, a fine plane in a good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Stanley #79 double side rabbet plane, later U.S.A. model with fence, has 95%+ nickel plating, intact fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

403. Stanley #148 match plane new in original box, plane is like new, box is very good with intact label. (Photo & Photo 2)

404. Stanley #5 nosing attachment for use with Stanley #45 or #55 combination plane, most of the plating is worn off, but this one will make a good user. (Photo & Photo 2)

405. Sargent plane parts, nice Shaw's patent lever cap for #7 plane; lever cap for #407 smoother; intact frog for #407 smoother, and a nice usable low angle block plane. (Photo)

406. Lot of Stanley plane parts: small Board of Education handle; nice blade for #140 block plane; nice #2 frog and STANLEY lever cap, Sargent 7-inch smoother blade with circular logo, rosewood knob for 98/99 side rabbet or #1 smooth plane, several other knobs. (Photo)

407. Fine JACKSON USA 8-inch back saw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

408. Wooden stair saw, top of handle missing, plus a new body for another stair saw. (Photo)

409. Pair of dividers: one by Wm. Johnson Newark N.J.; and the other having adjustable length legs by ATHOL MACHINE, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

410. Fine hollow auger with intact depth stop, nice plating, very good overall. (Photo)

411. E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER lock with two keys, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

412. WATROUS & OSBORNE AUBURN, NY ** handled boxwood plow plane, fence cracked, few thread chips, with set of seven Ohio Tool Co. blades, plus one in plane, Watrous & Osborne were hardware marchants circa 1850. (Photo & Photo 2)

413. Two marking gauges, one in boxwood, the other uses a brass wedge to lock the head, plus a fine Bridgeport-type rosewood tool handle full of bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

414. Nine assorted plow plane blades, all can be put back into service. (Photo & Photo 2)

415. Three STANLEY aluminum plane handles for bench planes #5 up to #8 or #605 to #608, all are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

416. Lead pipe expander pliers made by Wm. Johnson Newark, NJ, marketed by Stanley Rule & Level as No. 19, complete and very good. (Photo)

417. Stanley #702 bench vise that clamps to bench, complete and very good. (Photo)

418. Lot including Stanley Yankee push drill; Eifel plier wrench; and Stanley #49 bit stop. (Photo)

419. Hand forged coopers chime maul for driving end hoops on barrels, very good overall. (Photo)

420. Coopers flag or flagging iron, hand forged and in very good overall condition. (Photo)

421. C.F. Close Patent (U.S. #1,063,120) cooper's chamfering howel, made on a patent issued May 27, 1913 to Charles F. Close of Barnard, New York, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

422. L&I.J. WHITE coppers beer keg chamfering knife with 6-inch blade, has some pitting from a previous cleaning, very good overall. (Photo)

423. C.F. Close Patent (U.S. #1,063,120) cooper's chamfering howel, made on a patent issued May 27, 1913 to Charles F. Close of Barnard, New York, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

424. Fine two handled draw shave, very good overall. (Photo)

425. Coopers cross with V-shaped blade, brass body, very good overall. (Photo)

426. Smaller coopers chamfer knife with 4-inch blade, very good overall, plus a large drawknife with 10-inch blade, one handle bent, very good overall. (Photo)

427. Unmarked coopers sun plane, wooden body and wedge are very good, blade is pitted. (Photo)

428. Coopers hollowing knife with some pitting on the blade; plus a chamfer knife that needs a new wooden handle, the 6-inch blade is very good. (Photo)

429. Unusual and possibly patented combination cooppers croze and howel, operated by a single screw and having to brass arms, very good overall. (Photo)

430. SHAPLEIGH'S sprayer, complete and in fine overall condition with 90%+ original paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. MAYTAG 1-gallon oil can, decent paint on one side, the other side has less than 20% original paint, some light rust, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

432. Keen Kutter 3/8-inch electric drill, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

433. Winchester flashlight, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

434. Two KEEN KUTTER Stainless steak knives, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. Two E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER silver plated butter knives, both are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Three E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER silver plated forks, all are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Several sheets of Belknap BLUE GRASS Flint Paper (sandpaper). (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Set of 9 Hardware Complany Logo sheets printed by the Southwest Tool Collectors Association, all suitable for framing, only the Stanley SW logo has some soiling and moisture staining, the others are fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

439. Four different Keen Kutter scissors, all complete and very good. (Photo)

440. Two ads from old Saturday Evening Post magazines; one advertises Winchester Flashlights and the other the Keen Kutter line of carpenter tools, both are complete and are suitable for framing. (Photo)

441. Pair of folding wood and canvas directors chairs: one has the SQUIRT soda pop logo on the back; and the other has WINCHESTER on the back, both chairs are complete and fine. (Photo)

442. Two different Shapleigh Hwe. barber-type scissors; one marked SHAPLEIGH'S 7 1/2-in. and the other SHAPLEIGH HWE. DIAMOND EDGEis 7-in., both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

443. Keen Kutter Limited Edition tin box with foam inside for storing a pocket knife, these were made recently by Bear and Son Cutlery, new in original paper sleeve. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. Two different E.C. SIMMONS HWE KEEN KUTTER shears or scissors; one has traces of black paint on the handles and the Keen Kutter logo etched into one blade, it's very good overall; the other has the Keen Kutter logo etched into the blade and appears to be nickel plated and it is fine. (Photo)

445. Five NOS Keen Kutter store tags; a DIAMOND EDGE string tag and two nail sets. (Photo)

446. Full case of antique Falstaff Beer bottles, no deposit - no return. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. Lot: Purina Chow square coffee cup; mini Coca-Cola salt shaker; a green combination salt/pepper shaker; and a plastic measuring cup from North Side Package and Tobacco, St. Charles, MO. (Photo & Photo 2)

448. Two oil bottles: one HEP from HEP IMPERIAL REFINERIES CLAYTON, MO; and the other SHELL MOTOR OIL, both bottles are fine and each comes with a tin spout. (Photo & Photo 2)

449. Big Boy Beverages 24-ounce soda pop bottle, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Three Winchester items: a can or bottle cozy; and a glass with the word WINCHESTER etched into it, all are fine. (Photo)

451. Brass SHAPLEIGH Hardware Co. hose nozzle, in very good overall condition. (Photo)

452. Winchester #9061 shears or scissors, complete and in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

453. Choice from among five Keen Kutter or Diamond Edge pencils. (Choice two times) (Photo)

454. Fine Keen Kutter pencil clip with the slogan The Recollection of QUALITY Remains Long afterthe PRICE is Forgotten, fine overall. (Photo)

455. Four pencils with advertising: GOODYEAR (tire); PURINA; IH (International Harvester) GEORGE T. BURDGE, Hooker, Oklahoma; and IH MISSOURI ILLINOIS TRACTOR, all are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

456. NOS SHAPLEIGH's Success No. 57 carpenters pencil; and a used SIMMONS No. S-21 BLUE grease pencil, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

457. Scarce SHAPLEIGH pencil with both the Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter logo, fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

458. Choice of five bullet pencils with Winchester Western; John Deere; Keen Kutter and Diamond Edge logo. (Choice two times) (Photo)

459. NOS Keen Kutter pocket knife with stag handles, the knife is new the box shows very light wear. These knives were made about 15 years ago. This one is like new. (Photo)

460. Antique board used to dry and deflesh the hides of small animals on. This one is marked PASGAL VARIETY. (Photo)

461. Lot of eleven yardsticks, many with St. Louis area advertising on them including the TOEDTMANN AND GROSSE FUNERAL HOMES; SMILIN SAM'S HOME FURNISHING CENTER; SCHRAMM & COX CHEVROLET. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. RARE Simmons Hardware POLLY PRIM electric pressing iron. POLLY PRIM was one of the house brands used during the period when Winchester and Simmons merged. This iron is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

463. Lot of six Keen Kutter chisels one with the earliest ribbon logo, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

464. SIMMONS SPECIAL trivet from the E.C. Simmons Hardware Co. in St. Louis, Missouri plus a large 12-inch pair of Diamond Edge shears or scissors, both are in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

465. Two advertising thermometers advertising CONNAUGHTON DISTRIBUTING CO., Old Monroe, Mo, a Falstaff Beer distributor; and BLAIR FEED & GRAIN INC., New MELLE, Mo., both are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

466. Lot: Eight A-C R44 spark plugs NIB; three AC C44 Commercial spark plugs NIB; and owners manual for a 1976 Chevy Van; KREY lard bucket; Dutch Boys solder; Casper Woerther and Sons Ballwin, Missouri wooden rule. (Photo)

467. Lot: Four bottle openers including Griesedieck Bros. Beer; two HYDE PARK BEER (one rusty) and unmarked; plus two stiletto-type nail files from SIDES-MILLER MEN'S STORE CAPE GIR., Mo.; two tape measures: PIONEER HYBRIDS in bakelite case; and unknown make.

468. Lot of five ballpoint pens with advertising, plus a Fletcher glass cutter. (Photo)

469. Seven St. Louis beer coasters: three BUSCH BAVARIAN and two FALSTAFF, all fine. (Photo)

470. Lot of 11 ballpoint pens and pencils with advertising, plus a SHELL OILPRINT. (Photo)

471. GOOD YEAR Rolling Car Case, hard plastic case with telescoping handle and wheels that allow it to roll like a suitcase, very good for your HOT WHEELS collection.

472. Two bullet pencils; one advertising PEPSI and the other Coca-Cola, both like new. (Photo)

473. German brace; canvas roll of auger bits, most have light rust and will need to be cleaned; and a wooden box of taps. (Photo)

474. Box lot: PROTO 6545 pickle fork; pruning saw; six C clamps; burnisher; etc. (Photo)

475. W.F. & John Barnes foot operated mortising machine, this one still has much of the original black paint and red pinstriping, The top has had a bracket added to it that an electric motor could be attached to, and the chuck that is currently on it is for a twist bit. There are no weld repairs or broken pieces from the main body or from the legs. Very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

476. Three oil cans including one with a pump, all very good. (Photo)

477. Slick 3 1/4-inch blade, this one looks hand forged and has about the thinnest blade of any slick we've seen, hang hole in end of handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

478. W.F. & John Barnes former or pedal powered router, this one has the proper seat, all the gears are present, it just needs a few drops of oil and some cutters and it can be put back into service. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

479. Unknown make 1 1/2-inch timber framing chisel with long slick-type handle, some rust and minor pitting, business end is sharp and ready to go. (Photo & Photo 2)

480. Iron seat for an W.F. & John Barnes pedal operated lathe, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

481. Ohio Tool Co. 2-inch slick or timber framing chisel, iron ring missing from end of handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

482. Two wood and glass display cases, perfect for smalls you keep in the antique mall.

The following 17 lots were found in the back room of the old THOMAS HARDWARE in O'FALLON, ILLINOIS along with lot #266.

483. Old hand-forged nail tongs used to remove nails from wooden nail kegs. This one has a brazed repair to one of the claws, good overall condition; plus a very nice Stanley #813 10-inch ratchet brace. (Photo)

484. Long handled Keen Kutter round nose dirt shovel, has light rust but will clean to very good overall; plus a B.NORRIS, JACKSON, MICHIGAN 3-tine pitch fork with partial paper label, fine overall. (Photo)

485. Large wooden crate that was used by Air Force in 1950s to ship household goods, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

486. Lot of five screwdrivers: Yankee #30 by North Bros. very good overall; small Millers Falls ratchet screwdriver with light rust on shaft, otherwise very good; DASCO; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

487. Two wooden shipping crates: Remington Shur Shot 16 GA. 2 9/16, 500 SHOT SHELLS, very good overall; and a WINCHESTER Model 52 #5234 target rifle with Lyman 48F.H. REC SIGHT; very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

488. Lot: wooden handle for old reel mower?; shoe last; and a mystery tool. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. SHAPLEIGH'S 3 1/2 Michigan Pattern bent handle axes (heads) box with great stenciling on two sides, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

490. Wooden shipping crate from Lawrence Bros. Mfg. Sterling, Illinois. (Photo)

491. Wooden shipping crate from the New Britain Machine Co. This one is in good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. Wooden shipping crate has SHAPLEIGH HDWE. CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. in ink on bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

493. Wooden shipping crate from the STANLEY WORKS, NEW BRITAIN, CONN. This one had the top put back on it after it was emptied, so it is the whole crate, and it is in very good overall condition. (Photo)

494. Three Winchester or Western shipping crates; one WESTERN AIR RIFLE SHOT 100 TUBES, very good; a Western RANGER 500 Rounds 12-ga. has a cracked board on one side and one end board is missing a piece at the top; and a Western Xpert 12-ga. 2 5/8-in. 500 rounds; with some wood splintered off one side and one end. (Photo & Photo 2)

495. Keen Kutter wrapping paper dispenser from the old Thomas Hardware Co. in O'Fallon, Illinois. This one is missing one of the cast iron feet or base plates that has the KK block and wedge logo cast into it. Lot #135 in this sale has just such a foot that would make this a complete unit.

496. Wooden shipping crate from RUSSELL, BURDSALL & WARD BOLT AND NUT CO. Rock Falls, ILL and shipped thru SHAPLEIGH HDWE. ST. LOUIS, MO. This crate is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

497. Shapleigh Hardware DEFIANCE 5-gallon gas or kerosine can, the paper label on this one is 95%+, the can itself is fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

498. Wooden shipping crate FROM CRESCENT TOOL CO. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. U.S.A. This one is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. Wooden shipping crate from REPUBLIC STEEL CORPORATION UPSON NUT DIVISION this crate originally contained carriage bolts; it was shipped to the old Thomas Hardware Store in O'Fallon, Illinois. It was opened from the bottom, but it is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

500. Ten volumes of HAWKINS ELECTRICAL GUIDE Copyrighted 1917, some show more wear than others but all are in good or better condition; plus a thick AUDELS PUMPS HYDRAULICS AIR COMPRESSORS - A PRACTICAL TREATISE 1946 edition; and three pamphlets RIGGERS HANDBOOK from Marcal Rope & Rigging, Inc. Alton, Ill; TACKLE IT SAFELY - RIGGING HANDBOOK; and a SHEET METAL ASSEMBLER'S and RIVETER'S MANUAL from McDonnell Aircraft Corp. St. Louis, Mo circa 1950. (Photo & Photo 2)

501. Stanley Handyman #H1203 smooth plane, former owner's name in tote, otherwise complete and very good with nice original box. (Photo)

502. Stanley #42 straight and circular guide for use in #10A electric router, complete in original box, very good overall. (Photo)

503. Five Stanley EVERLAST chisels; 1/4; 3/8; 1/2 (2); and 5/8, all in good usable condition. (Photo)

504. Set of 20 blades for Sargent 1080 combination plows planes, all are fine and come in the original canvas pouch. (Photo)

505. Set of seven blades for Stanley #46 skew bladed plow plane, the smaller 5 are marked with size, all very good. (Photo)

506. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 17 (late) with Stanley logo stamped into rosewood handle with gold foil, complete with screwdriver and instruction pamphlet in original box with all parts having 99%+ plating, a fine two-row cutter box with pasteboard sleeve, all parts present, a like-new plane in a very good pasteboard box with 95%+ label. (Photo & Photo 2)

507. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper, STANLEY blade, 70%+ japanning, light rust where japanning is missing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

508. Stanley #12 1/4 mini cabinet scraper, STANLEY blade, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

509. Stanley 12 1/2 cabinet scraper, SW logo on brass screw, japanning has been enhanced, good Stanley blade, nice rosewood handle and bottom, very good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

510. Lot of three different Stanley #50 light duty combination plow planes. One is early and has the vine cast handle and patent date in fence; another is nickel plated and has fine plating and the scarce chip deflector; the last has wood handle, and two spare spurs screwed to body. (Photo & Photo 2)

511. Stanley #45 combination plow plane Type 4?, with interesting cutter box containing 13 original blades plus two homemade blades, will make a good user, early cutter box has a spare spur stapled to outside. (Photo & Photo 2)

512. Lot of plow plane parts; four #50 light duty plow bodies; one #55 plow body; auxiliary center bottom for #55; several of the #50s have spurs; the #45 has the front depth stop.

513. Stanley #95 edge trimming block plane, complete and in very good overall condition; plus a Stanley #102 block plane, early logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

514. Late Stanley #40 scrub plane with extra support behind the blade, scuffed but intact beech tote and knob, SW blade, very good overall. (Photo)

515. Stanley #289 skew bladed rabbet and filletster plane, SW blade, no fence, and has improper screw securing the depth stop, put a fence from a #78 on it and it will make a great user. (Photo)

516. Stanley #190 rabbet plane, SW cutter, has depth stop but no screw to secure it, will make a good user; plus a #78 duplex or rabbet & filletster plane with R&L logo blade, early vine cast handles, just needs a depth stop to be complete, very good. (Photo)

517. Stanley #46 skew bladed combination plow plane, complete with set of 12 blades in nice owner-made box, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

518. Lot of 15 assorted plow plane blades including three Sandusky, set of six Ohio Tool Co. blades and one from a wooden sash or rabbet. (Photo)

519. Two pair of hollows and rounds for Stanley #45 or #55 combination plow planes: one is a #8 and the other set is a #12, both sets have blades, and are very good overall. (Photo)

520. Stanley #112 scraper plane, with a good unmarked blade, body of plane is badly pitted and devoid of any japanning, the nice tote and knob are owner-made replacements; plus a nice wooden mallet and a Starrett? long handled scraper. (Photo)

521. Lot of Stanley plane parts.

522. Lot of Stanley plane parts.

523. Lot of Stanley & Sargent plane parts.

524. Lot of Gristmill Magazines of the Midwest Tool Collectors Association, plus a BEST OF THE GRISTMILL book released by MWTCA a few years ago. (Photo)

525. Lot of Fine Tool Journal magazines. (Photo)

526. Lot of EAIA Chronicle and Shavings magazines. (Photo)

527. Lot of Stanley Collector News magazines by John Walter and a folder full of old Tool Ads magazines. (Photo & Photo 2)

528. Coopers chamfer knife, complete and very good; plus a well used drawknife in good overall condition. (Photo)

529. Lot of misc. tools from a huge stash belonging of a former cooper who worked in downtown St. Louis. The base of the howel is marked “HYNSON TOOL & SUPPLY CO. ST LOUIS EXT. 1851.” (Photo)

530. Lot of hoop drivers and hoop driver parts from the same stash as the above lot. (Photo)

531. Martin J. Donnelly Antique Tools Catalogues 1994 to 1998, six catalogs in all including 1994 and 1995 Spring Preview Catalogues; plus a few assorted International Tool Auction Catalogs from Brown Auction Co. (2001) and Tony Murland (1997), all in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

532. Stanley Tools 1952 Tool Guide full of illustrated instructional guides to using the various tools they made; Stanley Tools Catalog No. 57 from C.E. Saurer Hardware Co. Barberton, Ohio., complete and fine; and a 2002 MWTCA reprint of a Stanley pamphlet. (Photo)

533. Nice mini anvil marked EXCELSIOR FDRY. CO. on one side and BELLEVILLE, ILL on the other. (Photo)

534. Stanley EXCELSIOR tool handle with full set of bits inside handle; 95%+ original japanning, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

535. Stanley's Practical Drawing Set in wooden box with cloth hinge, sold by Frost and Adams Boston, Mass.; plus a small British spirit level with brass top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

536. Lot: Pair L.S.S. (Starrett) stair buttons; Wittnaur Watch Co. New York map distance reader; early Stanley #45 or #55 screwdriver; Free Play Token Westward Ho Casino, Las Vegas. (Photo)

537. Wooden machinist tool chest, this one is dirty, the felt will all need to be replaced. A nice project for the handyman! (Photo & Photo 2)

538. Unknown miter box with long back saw, complete and in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

539. Stanley miter box, looks complete but it is fresh from a farm sale and needing a good cleaning, no saw with this one, but there are two barn pulleys included.

540. Dealer lot of 3 planes, 2 braces, 2 breast drills and a Yankee screwdriver.

We have another 8 lots of surfaced wood that we will sell by choice at the end of the sale.


If you are thinking about selling your tools, give Mike a call at 314.497.7884 or 314.434.4325.


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