Great Planes Trading Company Presents 2nd ANNUAL FALL ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION, Nov. 22, 2014, 9:30 AM Saturday. Preview 2 to 6 PM Friday and 7 to 9:30 AM Saturday.

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Great Planes Trading Company Presents


Nov. 22, 2014

Harvester Lions Club

4835 Central School Rd.

St. Charles (St. Louis), MO 63304

(Preview Friday 2-6 PM, Saturday 7 to 9:30 AM)

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001. Lot of four KEEN KUTTER levels: (Disston) KK3 28-inch plumb &level with brass plates on end of stock, level cover, both vials intact, very good; (Disston) KK50 26-inch brass-bound plumb & level PAT 12-20-04, very good; 24-inch SHAPLEIGH KEEN KUTTER F3754GK wooden plumb & level in original box with intact label, level is like new, box is very good; and a KEEN KUTTER HEAT TREATED aluminum mason’s plumb & level, glass vial covers have been replaces, good overall, all six vials intact, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

002. Keen Kutter broad axe with 13-inch edge on blade, KEEN KUTTER name spelled out on blade, very good overall. (Photo)

003. KEEN KUTTER 20-inch meat saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

004. KEEN KUTTER N0. 50 double bitted axe with large block & wedge logo, some rust and light pitting, good overall. (Photo)

005. Three steel framing or rafter squares, WINCHESTER W14, very good; KEEN KUTTER NO. 1, very good; and a SIMMONS, very good. (Photo)

006. Four hand saws with KEEN KUTTER medallions, all in restorable condition. (Photo)

007. KEEN KUTTER 12 ALUMINUM ALLOY scoop or grain shovel, very good overall. (Photo)

008. WINCHESTER 4-tined fork with I-D-L handle, very good overall. (Photo)

009. Long 2-man crosscut saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

010. Pair of 1 or 2-man crosscut hand saws; the shorter one on top has a KEEN KUTTER medallion; the other a WARRANTED SUPERIOR, both are missing the auxiliary, both very good. (Photo)

011. Three hand saws each sporting a KEEN KUTTER medallion, all can be restored to usable condition.

012. Shapleigh’s Keen Kutter K504 pitchfork, partial paper label remains, very good overall. (Photo)

013. KEEN KUTTER grass clipper with spring-loaded clip that keeps it in closed and locked position, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

014. Small Lufkin Patent (Aug. 18, 1903) gauging tape reel with 33-ft. tape, needs a brass weight for the end of the tape, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

015. KEEN KUTTER nippers, complete and very good; and a pair of UTICA No. 177 fencing pliers, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

016. Scarce Diamond Edge SWING CLIP mini reaping hook, nice original finish, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

017. Keen Kutter sheep shears with double loop spring, very good; and a nice Keen Kutter grass clipper with yellow handles. (Photo & Photo 2)

018. KEEN KUTTER bench mounted hand-cranked grinder with intact tool rest, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

019. Nice KEUFFEL & ESSER surveyors tape and a single arrow. (Photo & Photo 2)

020. Sargent No. 3420 Type I transitional fore plane, tote spur sheared off, otherwise needs a light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

021. Wiley & Russell wheelwright’s traveler, complete and very good. (Photo)

022. Stanley #29 prelateral 20-inch transitional fore plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

023. Sargent No. 3416 Type I transitional jack plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

024. Lot: two Stanley #35 transitional smoothers; #45 parts including three main sections and a pitted set of short rods; plus two iron smoothers by WORTH & SHELTON. (Photo)

025. Three iron bench planes: SARGENT HERCULES with nice original green paint, fine overall; and two unusual CAPEWELL jack planes, both complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

026. Sargent No. 1080PB (pasteboard box) combination plane, complete with all stops, canvas roll of blades, long and short rods, all three main sections, a fine plane in good original box with intact label. (Photo & Photo 2)

027. Scarce Stanley aluminum #A78 duplex or rabbet is filletster plane, complete with aluminum fence and aluminum depth stop, aluminum has been polished at some point making it look like nickel plating, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

028. Pair of VARVILL & SONS EBOR WORKS YORK No. 7 tongue & groove planes, both complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

029. Scarce and fine BAILEY VICTOR compass plane with both embossed knobs or medallions intact, cam-lever operated lever cap, unusual 2-piece chipbreaker, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

030. Stanley #45 Type ? with near perfect nickel plating, full wooden box of blades with spare nicker stapled to side of box; has hooks to secure lid; dated slitter; two depth stops; original sheet detailing the following new features: 1. Iron gauge with stem, 2. Smooth surface on outer side of fence, 3. Extra pair of short arms, optional nosing tool and the optional hollows and rounds available; comes with original shallow green with picture label box that is flattened and needing to be restored. Needs set of short rods and the beading stop to complete. A fine plane with a box that can be restored to very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

031. Sargent #3426 Type I transitional jointer plane, circular logo on blade will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

032. OHIO TOOL CO. #06 iron fore plane, little of the original finish remains, blade is sharp and ready to go, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

033. Yankee #2101A 10-inch ratchet brace marked S.C. SACHS CO. (later Sachs Electric Company) very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

034. Goodell-Pratt 2-speed hand drill, complete and very good; and a Goodell-Pratt single speed drill, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

035. Stanley No. 919 10-inch ratchet brace, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

036. Two Stanley HANDYMAN drills: HY-LO H1220; and a H1214, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

037. Hauco Germany gent’s brace; plus a Yankee #2100 10-inch ratchet brace by North Brothers, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

038. Stanley #81 cabinet scraper, missing the rosewood sole plate, otherwise very good; plus a Stanley #148 match plane missing the plow blade otherwise fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

039. Cast iron cobbler’s lasting stand mounted on a block of wood with three iron lasts; plus a framed print of a cobbler working at his bench. (Photo & Photo 2)

040. Large wooden slaw cutter, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

041. Three long clamps that can be moved back & forth, depending on the width, to assist in keeping the panel flat. The real feature is that they apply lateral pressure like all clamps, but also apply downward pressure to assist in keeping the panel flat. (Photo)

042. Long 2-piece aluminum saw guide that clamped to plywood or whatever wood is being sawn and acts as a fence for guiding a circular saw. It can be extended to a bit over 8 feet by joining the two pieces with the bracket that's on one of them now and tightening it. (Photo)

043. Four Craftsman miter clamps one with saw guide, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

044. MSI PRO AIR DRILL, with quick-connect coupling; and a STRATCOLINER adjustable wooden auger bit in original pasteboard box, with spare spur, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

045. Lot: Stanley #66 Type I hand beader missing both fences, and only having the router blade marked STANLEY, very good; and numbers 151 and 152 spokeshaves, both complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

046. Pair of Yankee screwdrivers: 130A in fine original box with envelope of spare bits, fine overall; and a Yankee #30 by North Bros. no blades, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

047. Nice leather shop apron with flaps covering the lower two pockets, so you do not fill them with sawdust or chips. (Photo & Photo 2)

048. Adjustable long-handled garden cultivator with old green paint on the business end, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

049. Three levels: 30-inch Disston & MORSE plumb and level, hang hole in one end of wooden stock, plumb vial dry, good overall; 30-inch Keen Kutter (Disston) KK30 double plumb & level, all vials intact, very good overall; and 28-inch Keen Kutter (Disston) KK3 plumb & level, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

050. SIMMONS (Hardware Co. St. Louis, MO) No. SGP walking plow or cultivator in original paint with nice original wooden handles, another scarce Keen Kutter piece in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

051. Unusual Keen Kutter brush hook? or corn knife, blade is pitted, nice wooden handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

052. Keen Kutter No. KS 8 1/2 hedge clippers, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

053. Large 20-inch Keen Kutter meat saw, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

054. Keen Kutter Handy Hauler lawn cart in original yellow and green paint, a scarce and very good Keen Kutter piece. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

055. Little pair SIMMONS HDWE CO. (St. Louis) hedge clippers, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

056. Enterprise hand cranked sausage stuffer with much of the original black Japanning and red pinstriping intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

057. Pair of St. Louis Hardware Co. drawknives: Diamond Edge 9-inch; and SHAPLEIGH’S 8-inch, both very good. (Photo)

058. Pair of Keen Kutter sheep shears with double loop spring, blades have light pitting but there is a faint MADE IN ENGLAND mark just below the Keen Kutter logo, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

059. Unusual CHIP-A-WAY brass edger with wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

060. Pair of planes: 16-inch wooden gutter plane, faint BOOTH name in toe, nice HANCOCK TOOL CO. iron, very good overall; and a UNION TOOL CO. 15-inch Trask Patent transitional jack plane, with nice UNION TOOL CO. iron, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

061. Unusual Shapleigh Hdw. Co. No. 100 Assortment of 3-inch highly polished aluminum house numbers with nickel plated brass pins; two 2s; five 3s; one 4; one 5; six 6s; one 7; ten 8s; seven 9s; and sixteen 0s and no 1s all inside a good box with full label on inside of lid. Lid has a few tears around the edges. (Photo & Photo 2)

062. Unusual and scarce NEW YORK TOOL CO. NO. 12 quadruple bead with handle, a very nice architectural profile in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

063. Wooden bit box with eight graduated wooden auger bits, six are marked WARD, all are in good to very good overall condition in a nice wooden box with drop down front. (Photo)

064. Lot of four wooden molding planes: OHIO TOOL CO. NO. 47 1/2-inch dado with intact nicker, brass depth stop, very good overall; D.R. BARTON 3/4-inch rabbet, very good overall; SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 7/8-inch twin iron nosing plane, very good; and an M. COPELAND 3/8-inch center bead also marked J.M. CURRIER on toe, piece of boxwood boxing missing on one side from behind blade to heel of plane, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

065. Wooden box full of taps, dies, a die stock and a tap handle, a nice MADE IN USA set. (Photo & Photo 2)

066. Pair of KEEN KUTTER square-ended gravel shovels with closed handles; one has an all wooden handle and other has a combination steel and wood handle, the wooden handle has a crack at the end and can be fixed by putting a new bolt all the way thru the end. (Photo)

067. Keen Kutter & Blue Grass scoop shovels; KEEN KUTTER has round end, both good overall. (Photo)

068. KEEN KUTTER 16 round nosed nursery spade, very good overall. (Photo)

069. KEEN KTTER square-ended DITCH spade, very good overall. (Photo)

070. SHAPLEIGH’S KEEN KUTTER KKT reel-type TRIMMER & EDGER in original red and green paint, nice wooden handle with the make and model number stenciled, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

071. S.H.CO. GIANT wooden framed buck saw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

072. Long 1 or 2-man crosscut saw with intact auxiliary handle, 52-inch blade needs cleaning has rust that may result in pitting, nice KEEN KUTTER medallion, good overall. (Photo)

073. E.S. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER shipwright’s adz, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

074. SHAPLEIGH’S No. S302 1 or 2-man crosscut saw, fine etching on 34-inch blade, no auxiliary handle, fine overall. (Photo)

075. SHAPLEIGH’S FAVORITE pitchfork, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

076. Keen Kutter KS816 hard rake, very good overall. (Photo)

077. Keen Kutter 2 LIGHT WEIGHT round-nosed shovel, partial label on handle, very good overall. (Photo)

078. Pair of long handled garden claws or cultivators: one Diamond Edge DE; and one KEEN KUTTER, both good. (Photo)

079. Pair of Diamond Edge hoes, one appears to have been sharpened a few times as the blade is rather short. (Photo)

080. Pair of Keen Kutter shovels with short closed handles: Keen Kutter 2 with round nose, complete and very good; #2 with square nose, has half of wooden handle broken in the middle of where the shaft comes to a Y, see arrow in photo. (Photo & Photo 2)

081. Keen Kutter hay knife, very good overall. (Photo)

082. W.H.CO. (Witte Hardware, St. Louis?) bucksaw with some water damage like cracking on the handles, good overall. (Photo)

083. Pair of hay knives: DIAMOND EDGE with short handle, good overall; and an OAK LEAF complete and very good. (Photo)

084. BLUE GRASS fork, one tine slightly bent, very good overall. (Photo)

085. Nice 30-inch COOK’S Patent plumb and level by DAVIS & COOK, both vials intact, brass end plates, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

086. Pair of meat saws: CRUSO with 18-inch blade, very good; and a True Value with 16-inch blade, very good. (Photo)

087. C-S CO. (Chapin-Stevens) 26-inch plumb & level in a nice laminated stock, decorative brass side views, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

088. Keen Kutter mattock, good overall. (Photo)

089. NORVELL-SHAPLEIGH Diamond Edge (ACME) 26-inch plumb, level and inclinometer in a stamped steel stock, some pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

090. Diamond Edge double bitted axe, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

091. Keen Kutter (Disston) 26-inch KK3 plumb & level, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

092. Nice folding tailor’s square with nickel plated joint, and nickel plated clips on each leg, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

093. Pair of bench planes: 23-inch Continental jointer with offset handle, nice A. HOWLAND & CO. BEE HIVE TRADEMARK iron, very good overall; and KEEN KUTTER (Ohio Tool Co.) K28 fore plane, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

094. Three hardware branded cement edging tools: SHAPLEIGH’S ST. LOUIS S-256, very good; HIBBARD SPENCER BARTLETT & CO. 12 CHICAGO, ILL, well worn; and a BLUE GRASS TBG-4CJ complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

095. KEEN KUTTER 9-inch transitional smoother with the block and wedge logo in the left side of the base, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

096. DEERE & MANSUR CO. MOLINE ILL planter lid, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

097. Pair of KEEN KUTTER #26 transitional jack planes; one has logo on top of wooden base, tote broken and glued, very good overall; and other has the logo on toe, tote broken and needing to be glued, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

098. Four S.H. CO. C-clamps, the one on top has a bent frame so the screw doesn’t line up they way it should; the others are OK. (Photo & Photo 2)

099. Pair of hatchets: DIAMOND EDGE broad hatchet, very good overall; and a PLUMB shingling hatchet with stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

100. Scarce KEEN KUTTER waffle iron, imprints the Keen Kutter block and wedge logo directly into the waffles, fine overall with original ring. (Photo & Photo 2)

101. Crafsman 7-drawer machinist tools chest with intact lock with key, very good overall. Not just good for storing old machinist tools in but for carrying all your little and valuable tools to the shows in and can be locked when you’re away from your table. (Photo & Photo 2)

102. P.S.&W. 1 3/4-inch slick, complete and very good. (Photo)

103. Nice pair 18th Century dividers 11 1/2 inches long overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

104. Carving vise, used to hold a piece of wood while it is being worked. (Photo & Photo 2)

105. Mellor No. 1 box opener made in Sedalia, MO, very good. (Photo)

106. R. LOWENTRAUT patent brace and wrench combination tool, complete and very good. (Photo)

107. Stanley #66 Type I hand beader or scratch stock with set of five blades including a marked router blade, both fences, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

108. Stanley #67 universal spokeshave with nice rosewood handles, patent date on blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

109. COCHRAN Patent SPEEDNUT WRENCH, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

110. Pair of BOOS TOOL CORP wrenches 8-inch and 6.5-inch, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

111. Nice sheath knife from Solingen Germany, has PATENT GROUND etched on side of blade, complete with leather sheath, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

112. Plumb broad hatchet, complete and very good. (Photo)

113. Cincinnati Tool Co. convex spokeshave, has THE CIN TOOL CO embossed on cap, complete and very good. (Photo)

114. Cincinnati Tool Co. concave or hollow faced spokeshave, has THE CIN. T. CO embossed on cap, complete and very good. (Photo)

115. Pair of wooden mallets one with round head and a traditional jointers mallet with burl head. (Photo)

116. J. WEEKES wooden molding plane with complex profile, very good. (Photo)

117. John S. Fray & Co. No. 112 Spofford Patent (1859) brace with pewter rings, very good overall. (Photo)

118. Matched pair D. MALLOCH PERTH 1/2-inch No. 12 wooden tongue and groove planes, both fine. (Photo)

119. PLUMB hatchet with hammer pole, very good. (Photo)

120. Pair of complex profile English planes: T.J. GARDNER BRISTOL 5/8-inch, very good; and a STEWART with nice wide chamfers, very good. (Photo)

121. Unusual strapped claw hammer, Sheffield England maker’s mark, round wooden handle, very good. (Photo)

122. Early ROBERT WOODING skew bladed rabbet plane, complete with original wedge, very good overall. (Photo)

123. THE NEW IMPROVED miter vise with ROCKFORD ILL cast into top, very good overall. (Photo)

124. Three wooden moulding planes: COWELL & CHAPMAN NEW CASTLE side bead with quirk, boxwood boxing, very good; Greefield Tool Co. 3/4-inch No. 463, very good; and an A. MATHIESON & SON GLASGOW 7/8-inch side bead, very good. (Photo)

125. Brass or gunmetal 1 1/2-inch mahogany stuffed shoulder plane with HEARNSHAW BROTHERS SHEFFIELD blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

126. Pair of wooden dado planes: OHIO TOOL No. 47 with intact nicker, very good overall; and a UNION TOOL CO? No. 139, with screw operated depth stop, very good. (Photo)

127. Nice rosewood chamfer plane with brass depth adjuster plate on right side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

128. Three wooden molding planes: REED UTICA wide side bead that has been cut down; D.R. BARTON right handled snipes bill, very good; and a J.MILLER GRANGER ST. left handed snipes bill, very good. (Photo)

129. Small carriage maker’s rabbet plane with integral tail handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

130. Nice No. 100 ratchet brace with fine cocobolo handles, and intact chuck, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

131. Stanley #100 tail handled mini block plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

132. Dutch blockschraf (plane) 3 1/2-inch, with Sorby blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

133. Brass or gunmetal bullnose rabbet plane with ebony wedge, MARPLES SHEFFIELD blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

134. Wooden 5 1/2-inch chamfer plane with Marples & Sons blade and marked N. BLYTHE on toe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

135. Top to a newer style jeweler’s bench with shelves, four drawers, and three-tiered organizer for up to 120 punches, drill bits, and other round jeweler’s tools. (Photo & Photo 2)

136. Wooden miter jack with intact, small crack in the threaded post near where it mounts to the sliding block, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

137. New Process Twist Drill Co. Taunton, Mass cast iron 2-tired bit stand for twist drills, in gold paint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

138. Yankee Tool Set No. 100 by North Brothers, complete and fine set of three screwdrivers, eleven bits, missing the adapter that allows the No. 30A screwdriver to accept the fluted push-drill bits, a very good set overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

139. MORSE TWIST DRILL CO. wooden bit stand for numbered twist drill bits from No. 1 to No. 60, some nicks and dings, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

140. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS U.S.A. advertising sign DIAMOND EDGE IS A QUALITY PLEDGE and HOPE Inspires, WORK Wins, SUCCESS Rewards, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

141. MORSE TWIST DRILL & MACHINE CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS round wooden bit stand for numbered twist drill bits, No. 39 to No. 65 with wooden lid having the logo in top, very good. includes seven assorted bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

142. BUCK KNIVES FAMOUS FOR HOLDING AN EDGE countertop display case with red felt interior has several tags inside including NO. 112 RANGER $20, etc. (Photo)

143. MORSE’S PATENT TWIST DRILLS bit stand for fractional sized twist drill bits, a few of the numbers are faint, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

144. Swacick Patent (U.S. No. 632,287) hay knife with two wooden handles made on a patent issued SEPT. 5, 1899 to Judson D. Swacick of Canton, Ohio, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

145. Pair of pressed steel levels: ACME 24-inch inclinometer type with star cutouts, needs a good cleaning; and a 15-inch level in tin stock light rust, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

146. Millers Falls 24-inch cast iron double plumb and level, one plumb vial is completely missing, the other is dry, the cast iron is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

147. Unusual C.E. JENNINGS 24-inch cast iron double plumb and level, all three vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

148. Millers Falls 18-inch cast iron double plumb & level, one plumb vial missing, cast iron is very good, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

149. C.E. Jennings 12-inch cast iron double plumb & level, all three vials intact, nice cast iron, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

150. Unusual set of 10 LUFKIN advertising tape measures, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

151. KEUFFEL & ESSER “CHAMPION” 100-foot surveyor’s tape, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

152. Unusual pair of cast iron German bench stops, each marked D.R.P. ANGM, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

153. LUFKIN No. 2807 architect’s rule with beveled edges, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

154. Pair of LUFKIN steel zig zag rules No. 1176 & No. 1174, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

155. Pair of LUFKIN No. 179 adjustable steel trammel points, both very good; and an unmarked protractor head for a combination set, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

156. Lady’s Man sewing tape by MASTER with intact clamp for attaching to cloth, in original box, box has two corners that need to be repaired, fine tape. (Photo & Photo 2)

157. Brown & Sharpe Mfg. inside micrometer set in original wooden box, lid needs hinges reattached, a complete mic set in a good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

158. Lufkin gauging tape with original Lufkin No. 590 brass weight, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

159. Pair of Lufkin 50-foot steel tape measures each on original point-of-sale card; one is a GOLD KEY TAPE and one is a ROYAL NI CLAD tape; blade, both very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

160. Scarce brass miner’s plummet, with length of sash chain, intact wick, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

161. NEW PROCESS TWIST DRILL CO. nickel plated drill bit index for fractional sized twist drills, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

162. North Brothers YANKEE No. 45 push drill in original pasteboard box, handle full of original bits, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

163. NEW PROCESS TWIST DRILL CO. two-tiered nickel-plated drill bit stand for numbered twist drill bits, marked PAT APPLD FOR on bottom of base, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

164. Pair of Yankee screwdrivers, each comes with one flat blade, both very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

165. North Brothers No. 46 Handyman push drill, plastic handle is coated with what looks like mold, cleans off easily, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

166. Stanley YANKEE No. 41Y push drill with full set of bits inside handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

167. Yankee North Brothers No. 251 tap handle in original pasteboard box, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

168. Jeweler’s lathe, or staking tool. (Photo & Photo 2)

169. Rare brass miner’s plummet, similar to a plumb bob but would have a flame in the top and was used by surveyor’s as targets when shooting mines. (Photo & Photo 2)

170. Brandford Cutlery Co. Pat. JUNE 1870 line knife with serrated blade, rosewood handle, very good overall. A perfect for the deckhand, mate or small boat owner in your life. (Photo & Photo 2)

171. Millers Falls No. 772 10-inch ratchet brace, complete and very good; plus a YANKEE No. 2150 drill bit extender, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

172. SCHRAD CUT. CO. WALL ROPE advertising line knife, rosewood handles, fine overall. A perfect for the deckhand, mate or small boat owner in your life. (Photo & Photo 2)

173. Unknown make spiral screwdriver, very good overall; and a rosewood handled Millers Falls? push drill with 5 of the original 8 bits inside the handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

174. Goodell Pratt Co. OCT. 5, 1897 Patent spiral screwdriver, no bits included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

175. Pair of screwdrivers: SHELTON ratcheting screwdriver COMPLIMENTS OF FORD MOTOR CO., very good; and a HALL-O-WELL No. 50 SOCKET SCREW KEY KIT with head that can be indexed into several different positions, CELANESE PLASTIC handle filled with a numerous additional bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

176. LUFKIN No. 066D ENGINEERS 6-foot zig zag rule, new on original point-of-sale display card. (Photo & Photo 2)

177. T. MOORE LIVERPOOL wedge-arm plow plane, screw-operated depth stop, brass-tipped arms, brass stiffener plate on skate, very good overall, comes with a nice wooden display stand. (Photo)

178. LUFKIN No. 066 CARPENTERS 6-foot zig zag rule, new condition on original point-of-sale display card. (Photo & Photo 2)

179. OHIO TOOL CO. unhandled screw-arm plow plane, with wooden depth stop, very good overall, comes with a nice wooden display stand. (Photo)

180. LUFKIN No. 636 BRICKMASONS 6-foot zig zag rule, on original point-of-sale display card, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

181. LUFKIN 100-foot surveyors tape and reel, complete and very good. (Photo)

182. LUFKIN No. X46 CARPENTERS EXTENSION RULE 6-foot zig zag rule with brass caliper, on original point-of-sale display card, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

183. Lot of 15 assorted protractor, square and center heads for combination sets. (Photo)

184. LUFKIN No. X46 6-foot EXTENSION RULE zig zag with brass caliper, on original point-of-sale display card, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

185. UTICA wall mounted display case 33-inch by 22-inch, 3 inches deep, needs new glass in door, and needs a set of UTICA pliers and wrenches to fill it up. (Photo & Photo 2)

186. LUFKIN No. 066 LUFKOTE 6-foot zig zag rule, on original point-of-sale display card, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

187. Lot of five books: GENERAL METALS by Feirer, hand bound, very good; Restoring Antique Furniture by Richard Gethin, hard bound, very good; The Artist-Blacksmith by Julius Schramm, hard bound, very good; The History and Practice of Woodcarving by Frederick Oughton hard bound, very good; and Working Green Wood With PEG by Patrick Spielman, soft covered, very good. (Photo)

188. LUFKIN No. 066 RED END 6-foot zig zag rule, on original point-of-sale display card, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

189. Lot of five books: 1001 DESIGNS FOR WHITTLING & WOODCARVING hardbound book with intact dust jacket by E.J. TANGERMAN; Smart Workshop Solutions by Paul Anthony, soft covered, very good; THE HOME WORKSHOP by TIME LIFE hardbound, very good; Scroll Saw Holiday Patterns by Patrick and Patricia Spielman soft covered, very good; and SCROLL ORNAMENTS OF THE EARLY VICTORIAN PERIOD by F. Knight with 71 engravings, very good. (Photo)

190. Lot of three wooden levels: 16-inch Stanley SW No. 102, complete and very good; unmarked 12-inch plumb & level with dry plumb vial, very good overall; and an unmarked 12-inch with intact vial, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

191. Lot of five books: FURNITURE of Pine, Poplar, and Maple hardbound by Franklin H. Gottshall with intact dust jacket, very good overall; WORKING IN WOOD by Ernest Scott, hardbound with intact jacket, very good; TREEN OR SMALL WOODWARE Throughout the Ages, by Edward H. Pinto, tattered dust jacket, very good hardbound book with a number of black and white photos; Seventy-five years of Engine Building by 1833 to 1908 by the C&G COOPER CO., fine overall, soft covered very good; and a CRAFTSMEN OF NECESSITY by Christopher Williams. (Photo)

192. Wooden box of unknown game pieces including pegs and discs with numbers and letters on them, a very good box. (Photo & Photo 2)

193. Lot of five books: Wooden Planes in 19th Century America Volume 2 Second Edition by Kenneth D. Roberts hardbound with intact dust jacket, very good; Wooden Planes in 19th Century America Volume Volume II Planemaking by the Chapins at Union Factory, 1826-1929 by Kenneth D. Roberts, hardbound with tattered jack, book fine; Catalogue No. C-69 of Cooperage Hand Tools by the John Stortz & Son, Inc. paper covered, very good; A PRICE GUIDE TO ANTIQUE TOOLS by Herbert P. Kean & Emil S. Pollak, paperback, very good; Sharpening Small Tools soft covered by Ian Bradley, very good; plus an EAIA BOOKLIST FALL 1993. (Photo)

194. MORSE TWIST DRILL & MACHINE CO. Patent June 24, 1902 drill wooden drill bit index with nickel plated top, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

195. STANLEY TOOLS No. 129 original catalog, soft covers are a bit tatty, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

196. MASTER MEASUREGRAPH ST. LOUIS The Wonder Cloth Measure in original pasteboard box with a pamphlet from another of the company’s machines, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

197. STANLEY TOOLS CATALOGUE No. 134 original paperback, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

198. Pair of levels: Stanley #0 that has been cut down, SW logo on top plate, intact vial, and partial decal on top of stock; and a 12-inch L.L. BEDORTHIA Windsor, Conn. plumb and level, both vials intact, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

199. Three original paperback tool catalogs: Stanley No. 34 dogeared corners on cover, otherwise complete and very good; Forsberg Mfg. Co. Bridgeport, Conn, VIKING TOOLS CATALOG No. 43 WHALE BRAND, etc.; WALDEN WORCESTER WRENCHES TOOL BOXES, Catalog No. 150. (Photo & Photo 2)

200. Small MORSE TWIST DRILL & MACHINERY CO. drill index for jewelers drills Nos. 30-65, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

201. Craftsman 7-drawer machinist tool chest with intact lock with keys, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

202. Starrett 12-inch millwright’s shaft level, some minor surface rust on bottom, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

203. Mahogany tallow pot used to hold animal fat that was used to grease the soles of planes. (Photo & Photo 2)

204. Stanley #271 router plane, new in original pasteboard box, like new. (Photo)

205. Coachmaker’s miniature wooden round plane, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

206. Unusual wooden marking gauge with cam-locking head RD 2411 British Patent, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

207. Mini coachmaker’s hollow plane, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

208. Nice rosewood & brass marking and mortise gauge, has owner C.CISCO’s name stamped, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

209. Nice wooden chalk-line spool, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

210. Small HERNSHAW BIRMINGHAM (England) coachmaker’s compassed rabbet plane makers mark has been overstruck on toe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

211. Coachmaker’s 5-inch round plane, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

212. Wooden rounder for chair spindles, throat shimmed with tin, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

213. Unusual window sash pocket chisel, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

214. Luthier’s T-handled peg reamer, very good; plus a small T-handled gimlet bit. (Photo & Photo 2)

215. English jointers mallet with wooden handle, brass head with replaceable wooden faces, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

216. Millers Falls? push drill with long rosewood handle, six bits stored inside handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

217. Matched pair MARPLES &SONS drawbore pins with boxwood handles and brass ferrules, both fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

218. Pair of hand saws: Disston D-8 26-inch 5ppi rip saw, handle varnish peeling, very good overall; and a 26-inch Disston D-23 LIGHTWEIGHT with 11ppi blade, very good overall. (Photo)

219. Fine R. GROVES & SONS 16-inch steel-backed back saw, split nuts securing handle, end of top handle spur chipped, otherwise fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

220. Pair of hand saws: 26-inch ATKINS TV2 8ppi crosscut, very good; and a 26-inch E.C. ATKINS & CO. NO. 51 with 9ppi blade, top handle spur bruised, very good overall. (Photo)

221. Pair of back saws: 12-inch Disston, needs light cleaning, very good overall; and a more modern 12-inch Disston with wooden handle, fine overall. (Photo)

222. English 8-inch dovetail saw with wooden blade protector, fine overall. (Photo)

223. Nice broadaxe with 11 1/2-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)

224. Slick with 3 1/4-inch edge, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

225. Scarce Pennsylvania-made goosewing axe with two deep P.K. touchmarks, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

226. W. BUTCHER No. 2 adz with light rust, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

227. Shallow wooden tool box, inside dimensions are 36 x 12.25 x 5, has folding brass handles on each end, perfect for saws and axes. (Photo)

228. Pair of steel trammel points one with screw-operated fine adjustment, on a long wooden beam.

229. Long 30-inch turnscrew or screwdriver, very good.

230. Pair of L.S. STARRETT No. 50-A chrome plated trammel points on wooden beam, have M. Pratt name engraved on each one.

231. Nice wooden panel gauge with hickory beam, pecan head, brass screw and brass plate for point to pass thru, fine overall.

232. Panel gauge similar to a Stanley 85 with chip where point goes thru beam, good overall.

233. Fine pair of boxwood trammels one with fine adjustment, on a nice oak beam, one point has a pencil holder attached to it, fine overall.

234. Large 24-inch pair of dividers with nice heart shaped head on thumb screw, top of wing molded, fine overall. (Photo)

235. Wiley &Russell Mfg. wheelwright’s traveler, very good. (Photo)

236. Bemis &Call 14-inch pair of dividers, complete and very good. (Photo)

237. Unusual Brown &Sharpe AVERY CALIPERS, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

238. Nice early Blacksmith double caliper with four starburst touchmarks on handle, missing one of the two locking screws, one of the best double calipers we’ve seen. (Photo & Photo 2)

239. Pair of original tool catalogs: Handbook of BEARINGS AND DRIVES CATALOG A hardbound, very good overall; and a HAYS SUPPLY COMPANY CATALOGUE B MEMPHIS TENN. iron, steel, blacksmith supplies, automobile trimmers, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

240. Continental-type screw-arm plow plane, oak construction, M.O. JONSRUD owner’s mark on side, comes with nice wooden plow plane stand, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

241. Three woodworking books: Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking Book 1 - Joinery, a Fine Woodworking Book, soft covered, very good; Easy-to-Do Flower Patterns by Mark Sutter; and Illustrated Housebuilding by Graham Blackburn, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

242. Dietzgen No. 1776 Redirule slide rule in original albeit crushed box, rule itself and case are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

243. Lot of five tool catalogs and books: Otto Young & Co. Tool and Material Catalogue reprinted by MWTCA in 1998, very good overall; D. STOLP Catalog January 1, 1915, very good; NICHOLSON FILE CO. N-S paperback catalog, very good; UTICA DROP FORGE and TOOL CORP. Catalog No. 66 1952, paperback catalog, very good; and NICHOLSON FILE CO. Catalog No. 9, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

244. Three zig zag rules: PARKER HEAVY DUTY; LUFKIN X46X RED END with caliper, very good; and a LUFKIN X46 with folding hook, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

245. EARLY TOOLS OF NEW JERSEY AND THE MEN WHO MADE THEM hardbound book by Alexander Farnham, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

246. Lot of eight assorted tape measures seven with advertising, one with level. (Photo & Photo 2)

247. THE ULTIMATE BRACE hardbound book by Reg Eaton, fine with intact dust jacket. (Photo & Photo 2)

248. Lot of six UTICA wrenches: 50-8 pliers; 750-8 cutter; 91-8 Crescent wrench; 511-6 slip-joint pliers; 21-6 round nosed pliers; No. 516 plier. (Photo & Photo 2)

249. The American Patented Brace 1829-1924 by Ronald W. Pearson, D.O., complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

250. Lot: Stanley #95 butt gauge; General No. 3946 marking gauge, very good; and four advertising tape measures including a MECHANIC’S PAL. (Photo & Photo 2)

251. Pair of tool books: Wm. P. Walter’s Sons, woodworkers Tool, paperback catalog reprinted by College Press So. Lancaster, Mass. 1981, very good; and an original Geo. A. Rubelmann Hardware Co. St. Louis Catalogue No. 43, 1923. (Photo)

252. Four ratcheting screwdrivers: Yankee No. 130A, very good; Yankee No. 30, no bits; Goodell-Pratt Co. very good; and Millers Falls No. 59, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

253. Six assorted UTICA wrenches: 1300-10 gas pliers; No. 1-7 pliers; unknown model slip-joint pliers; No. 41-6 side cutters; 259-6 Lubring pliers; and No. 1833-7 needle-nose pliers. (Photo & Photo 2)

254. Lot of little pocket levels: Stanley with steel top; unknown make with steel top; Stanley with brass top that needs the top to be re-set in plaster of Paris; unknown make with brass top that needs new screws; a brass topped model that is broken where the screw to secure it to a square passes thru; one missing the top; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

255. Table-top set of pull out drawers, needs new piece of glass to cover top drawer, very good overall. (Photo)

256. Six UTICA wrenches: 21-4 pliers; 773-6 pliers; No. 700 pliers; No. 41-6 side cutters; 1970983 Pat. 1934, specialty cutter; & B269 cutter and plier. (Photo & Photo 2)

257. Lot of six &: Lufkin 066F RED END, very good; Lufkin Two-Way No. 966 RED END, good; Lufkin 1206 aluminum, very good; EVANS & CO. No. FY red plastic, very good; EVANS & CO. No. FY blue plastic, very good; and a Lufkin No. 1174 steel model with light rust. (Photo & Photo 2)

258. Six assorted plumb bobs; large 24-oz. brass surveyor’s type; WARREN-KNIGHT CO. 12-oz. surveyor’s type brass model, very good; Stanley #110 5-oz, very good; 38401 hex-shaped steel, very good; paper hanger’s wooden bob, very good; and a small cast iron model. (Photo & Photo 2)

259. Broad axe with moderate to heavy pitting, has been sand blasted, good for decorating. (Photo)

260. Seven Utica wrenches: 1970983 Pat. 1934, specialty cutter; BELL SYTEM side cutters; 46-4 side cutters; 20-5 pliers; P-226 needle nose pliers; 517-5 slip-joint pliers; and 50-4 pliers. (Photo & Photo 2)

261. Lot of nine assorted tape measures including a ZIPPO RULE in original box; TUFBOY 306W; STANLEY MYT10; LUFKIN C9212; LUFKIN W608; The Man Who Cares Says CARSTAIRS. (Photo & Photo 2)

262. Stanley #9 30-inch plumb & level with brass end plates, brass plate over level vial, and brass side views, both vials intact, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

263. Stanley Instructional Charts, 32 charts in all each measuring 14 x 18-inches, all inside a custom frame, some of the charts show some discoloration. (Photo & Photo 2)

264. Two Stanley planes: #4 smoother, WWII model with hard rubber adjuster and stained hardwood tote and knob, complete and very good; and a #9 1/2 in the original box with original wrapping paper, blue japanning or paint, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

265. Goodell-Pratt 20-inch brass-bound double plumb & level, all three vials intact, one small hang hole in one end, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

266. Geo. Bishop No. 10 adjustable back saw with 16-inch blade, a few spots of discoloration on blade, nice etch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

267. Pair of Stanley cabinet scrapers: early model #80 & #81with rosewood bottom, both complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

268. DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. No. 1 6-inch cast iron inclinometer level with fancy filigree casting, PAT. SEP. 17, 1867, complete with pointer and intact vial, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 2)

269. Robt. Sorby brass-backed saw with 14-inch blade, kangaroo medallion, handle secured by split nuts, very good overall. (Photo)

270. Unusual 28-inch hand saw with handle secured on one side by steel plate and domed nuts. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

271. Stanley #40 scrub plane, hardwood tote and knob, good BB-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

272. Unusual 26-inch ORIOLE 26-inch hand saw with 8ppi blade, two WARRANTED SUPERIOR medallions, nice etch, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

273. Stanley #104 “Liberty Bell” steel smooth plane, tote spur MIA, rosewood knob cracked, good Q-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

274. Disston #? 26-inch hand saw with 9ppi blade, handle has crack at the very top, still in good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

275. Scarce Marks Patent (U.S. No.864,101) No. 06C iron fore plane made by Ohio Tool Co. for Townley Metal & Hardware Co. Kansas City, Missouri blade, with frog receiver modified as per Marks’ patent issued AUG. 20, 1907, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

276. Disston #42 VICTORY hand saw, 26-inch 8ppi blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

277. Stanley #7 iron jointer plane, tote broken and glued at base, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

278. Stanley #8 iron jointer plane, early-style tote has had tip of spur broken off and re-attached, good Q-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo)

279. Early-style broad axe with what appears to be a faint Cincinnati Ohio maker’s mark on the blade, poor fitted handle has a number of bug holes, the blade is very nice. (Photo & Photo 2)

280. Stanley #102 iron block plane IOB, plane is fine with BB-logo blade, box has been taped on the end where the label is. (Photo)

281. AMPCO W-73 12-inch ALBR crescent-type wrench, fine overall. (Photo)

282. Pressed steel GREENLEE bit box with several of the original bits, the #6 is MIA, the #13 & #15 have had the square tang sawed off, a nice box with several good bits. (Photo)

283. AMPCO 3-10 ALBR non-sparking pry bar, has two hang holes, very good overall. (Photo)

284. L.S.S. CO. 12 1/2-inch cast iron double plumb & level with shaft groove, very good overall. (Photo)

285. Unusual drawknife with short wooden handles 13-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

286. Set of 13 IRWIN auger bits in a cracked plastic roll, the roll identifies this as set No. DR, and the bits go from 1/4-in. to 1-in. (Photo)

287. Ohio Tool Co. 8-inch drawknife, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

288. Pair of Stanley squares including an unusual all-steel model #17 try & miter square in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

289. Pair of cast iron spokeshaves, both are unmarked, both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

290. Pair of tool handles: Stanley with faint SW logo; and a FRAY. (Photo & Photo 2)

291. Scarce ATKINS Silver Steel Hand Saws store display rack with both mounting brackets, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

292. Pair of new old stock Klein & Co. knives, both with plastic handles, Klein made tools for linemen. (Photo & Photo 2)

293. Nicely carved Japanese or Chinese ink line or sumitsubo, dirty, but will clean to fine overall. (Photo)

294. Pair of iron spokeshaves: unknown make with decorative sprung frame, screw replaces and pivot pins replaced with nails; and a Stanley with R&L-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

295. H.D. Smith PERFECT HANDLE drawknife, complete and fine. (Photo)

296. Pair of tool handles, one marked Fray & Co. both full of bits. (Photo)

297. RELIANCE 9-inch drawknife, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

298. Stearns iron spokeshave with decorative cap, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

299. G.I. MIX 1901 drawknife with folding handles, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

300. Unusual and very nice carpenter’s tool box, with saw till in the top, measures 34 inches wide, 11 inches deep and nearly 24 inches tall, one removable tray, folding iron handles on the sides, marked A.E. WEST HIGHLANDVILLE, MO, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

301. H.S.B. & CO. OVB OUR VERY BEST single bit axe head; plus a HIBBARD’S TRUE VALUE head for a broad hatchet, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

302. Stanley #8 cast iron 24-inch jointer plane with nice T-logo blade, tote spur has been broken off and reattached, complete and very good. (Photo)

303. Union No. 6 cast iron fore plane, nice original beaded knob, very good tote, well-used original iron, a few small chips at leading edge of lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)

304. Sargent #410 wide body smooth plane, with fine original iron, has raised pad behind beaded knob, very good overall. (Photo)

305. Pair of eggbeater hand drills: Millers Falls “Buck Rogers” type, complete and very good; and a smaller Goodell-Pratt with improper crank arm and improper auxiliary handle, good usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

306. Stanley #12 cabinet scraper with fine rosewood handle, STANLEY blade, very good overall. (Photo)

307. Craftsman (Millers Falls) duplex plane similar to Stanley #78, complete with fence and depth stop, very good; and a Stanley #40 scrub plane with Rule and level logo blade, handle and knob painted red, will make very good user. (Photo)

308. Pair of eggbeater hand drills: Yankee No. 1530 ratcheting, reversible, very good overall; and a small Goodell-Pratt, complete and very good. (Photo)

309. Stanley #48 tongue & groove plane with early vine cast handle, fine overall. (Photo)

310. Stanley #39 3/4 dado plane, both nickers intact, SW logo in cap screw, fine overall. (Photo)

311. Lot of three iron block planes: Sargent #306; Stanley #65 low angle with chip in rear of throat and missing throat cam; and a Stanley #60 1/2 low angle, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

312. Nice TRUE TEMPER single bit axe, complete and very good. (Photo)

313. COLUMBIA 26-inch 7ppi crosscut hand saw with faint COLUMBIA etch, very good overall. (Photo)

314. Henry Disston 26-inch steel-backed back saw, nice handle, intact medallion, very good overall. (Photo)

315. Lot of five gouges, the three largest by W. BUTCHER; others by Addis and Mathieson? (Photo & Photo 2)

316. Henry Disston 24-inch steel-backed back saw, very good handle, intact medallion, fine overall. (Photo)

317. Lot of five assorted chisels including an Addis paring chisel. (Photo & Photo 2)

318. Wooden framed turning saw with 13-inch blade, beech frame, boxwood handles, and rope tensioner, very good. (Photo)

319. Four Addis cranked carving gouges including a 16; 21; 2; etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

320. Continental wooden sash plane with 1849 date carved into one side with heart decorations and other carvings, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

321. Unknown make 1 1/2-inch socket firmer chisel and a corner rounder or edger, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

322. Dated 1781 wooden rounding plane, 6 1/2-inches long overall, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

323. Wooden framed fruitwood turning saw with 8-inch blade, ash stretcher, rosewood windless; boxwood knobs, very good. (Photo)

324. Large house carpenter’s tool chest with extra deep lid having two compartments with hinged doors and porcelain knobs, these compartments can be used as saw tills, the lower portion of the box contains two sliding tills. Has intact lock with key. There are brass handles on each side of the box for lifting. A nice box overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

325. Very nice European horn plane with carved front handle, sides chip carved with BZ carved into right side and year 1804 carved into left side, top of blade decorated with series of touch marks. Highly recommended. (Photo & Photo 2)

326. Two planes: unhandled UNION TOOL CO. GOSHEN MASS rosewood plow plane body with steel skate and brass stiffener plane, screw operated depth stop, wedge is a crude replacement as is the blade, a great body for a restoration project; plus a homemade dado with copper depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

327. Stanley #78 duplex plane with thumb adjusted blade, intact fence and depth stop, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

328. O.V.B. broad hatchet with red painted handle, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

329. Stanley #39 1-inch dado plane, early model with model number and size cast into side of plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 2)

330. Stanley hatchet, faint logo; plus an unusual LIXIE brass hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

331. WATERSTONS DETROIT tack hammer with claw or lifter at end of wooden handle, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

332. Stanley #2 smooth plane, later model with STANLEY name cast into lever cap, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 2)

333. Millers Falls 16-oz. claw hammer, complete and fine; plus an unknown make hatchet in red and green paint. (Photo & Photo 2)

334. Millers Patent plow plane body with crudely replaced handle; plus a #148 match plane, has good tongue blade, but improper plow blade from a #45, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

335. Sargent #1080PB combination plow plane (Similar to Stanley #45) with set of blades in canvas pouch, two depth stops, long and short rods, only the beading stop is missing, a fine plane overall in a very good pasteboard box that only needs one corner of the top taped. (Photo & Photo 2)

336. Two hammers including a farriers hammer with faint makers mark. (Photo & Photo 2)

337. Non-sparking brass crow bar, one of the more unusual tools found among those used in explosive environments, very good overall. (Photo)

338. Keen Kutter two-speed breast drill, has improper auxiliary handle, very good overall. (Photo)

339. Pair of &: Stanley VICTOR NO. 816 ENGINEERS, some wear, very good overall; and a fine LUFKIN 36-inch with advertising from LYLE CULVERT & PIPE COMPANY MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA ARMCO DRAINAGE PRODUCTS. (Photo & Photo 2)

340. Two Stillman Patent saw sets, the larger one has a cracked wooden handle, the smaller one is very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

341. Pair of zig zag rules: VICTOR 805 with moderate wear, very good overall; and a small 36-inch MADE IN DENMARK model with advertising from RAY G. SYVERSON TILE CONTRACTOR SIOUX FALLS, S.D., very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

342. Small English-style saw wrest, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

343. Keen Kutter long handled round-nosed shovel, some rust, good overall. (Photo)

344. Keen Kutter double bitted axe, handle dried out, blade rusty and will likely have pitting when cleaned. (Photo)

345. Unusual and very heavy still mold for making plastic handles for hand saws. The owner found them at a garage sale in St. Louis and was told that the seller’s father had made them, both halves have light rust, will clean to fine overall condition. (Photo)

346. Unusual Brown & Flather plated Sheffield-style wooden brace with nice brass plating, marked in three different places: BROWN & FLATHER, SOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE, PATENT ANTIFRICTION BRACE, JOHN BOTTOM INVENTOR; BROWN & FLATHER, SHEFFIELD; HENRY BROWN PATENTEE, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

347. Bemis & Call 18-inch combination pipe and nut wrench with extra long adjuster sleeve, the bar is slightly bent, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

348. Unknown make unhandled screw-arm plow plane with screw operated depth stop, nuts have tight cracks, one blade included, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

349. S.H. CO’S BLACK-JACK 15-inch wood handled monkey wrench made on the patent issued Jan. 14, 1896 to Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Connecticut and produced by the Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., this example is complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

350. Scarce 18th Century wooden house carpenter’s tool chest with original fittings, very scarce and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

351. Vintage Gerstner 11-drawer oak machinist tool chest, complete and very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

352. Keen Kutter single bit axe with embossed block & wedge logo, some moderate to heavy pitting, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

353. Oak Leaf 9-inch drawknife, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

354. KLICKER hedge shears, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

355. KEEN KUTTER pick, head is painted blue, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

356. KEEN KUTTER single bit axe with original red paint at top of head, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

357. KEEN KUTTER 6-inch drawknife, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

358. Diamond Edge DES 8 1/2 hedge shears, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

359. KEEN KUTTER double bitted axe, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

360. Lot of four lever-type saw sets including two larger models on top; one marked E.C. STEARNS & CO. SYRACUSE N.Y.; and two pistol-grip types including one marked Stanley No. 42X; and one with a partial MERIT decal on the side, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

361. Pair of transitional smooth planes: UNION No. 35 PAT. OCT. 22, 1869, missing the blade, tote spur chipped, nice beaded knob, good frame and lever cap, good overall; and an unusual 9-inch CHAPLIN’S PATENT MAY 7, 1872 made by TOWER & LYON, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

362. Lot of four lever type saw sets including a Stanley No. 42X and three unknown makes. (Photo & Photo 2)

363. Stanley #35 pre-lateral transitional smooth plane with eagle logo on toe, small splinter from side of tote spur, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

364. Three lever-type saw sets including a large Stanley No. 43, complete and fine; an E.C. STEARNS & CO., complete and fine; and a Lester Patent (U.S. No. 756,662) complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

365. Pair of transitional smooth planes: B PLANE PATENTED OCT. 22, 1889, complete and good; and a Gage Tool Co. No. G22 metal plate is missing from top of tote and spur is broken off, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

366. Lot of four lever-type saw sets: the red one is marked DEFIANCE on one side; the larger one on top marked E.C. STEARNS SYRACUSE N.Y., complete and very good; the other large one is a MORRILL Patent (U.S. No. 441,962, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

367. Lot of 18 assorted automotive simple socket type wrenches, most have light to moderate rust. (Photo)

368. Two unusual wrenches: implement wrench with socket on one end, hex opening in center; and hex opening on end; other wrench has hex opening on one end and a spanner end on the other like those used to remove top plug from a steel barrel. Both wrenches have light rust and will need cleaning. (Photo)

369. Six wrenches including five automotive lug wrenches, one marked CRAFTSMAN, and one double open ended. (Photo)

370. THE HANDY WRENCH chain-driven cylinder tooth wrench, has light to moderate rust, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

371. Twelve assorted automotive tools including spring compressor, stamped or pressed hub cap wrench; two automotive lug wrenches; and the rest are automotive simple socket wrenches. (Photo)

372. Ten assorted wrenches including three automotive lug wrenches; stamped steel lawnmower wrench?; and three simple sockets, etc. (Photo)

373. Lot of five assorted wrenches including two T-handled sockets; and a homemade knife-like tool. (Photo)

374. Pair of anti-rooting tools used to trim a hogs nose to keep it from rooting; one comers with two extra blades. (Photo)

375. Lot: knife sharpening steel; three opened ended wrenches including one hand forged; and a sprung 10-inch adjustable auto wrench. (Photo)

376. Pair of wooden furniture clamps 24-inch and 27-inch capacity, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

377. Large pair No. 12 tinners shears, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

378. Large pair of tongs for carrying railroad ties, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

379. F.E. MYERS & BRO. ASHLAND, OH CLOVERLEAF hay or barn trolly, has been repainted black and gray, comes with pulley that snaps into the bottom and the original trip iron that would have been mounted to the underside of the beam that the trolly was rolling along. (Photo)

380. Double hay spear used to lift bales of hay into the barn, has been painted black. (Photo)

381. RIDGID 18-inch HEAVY DUTY screw-adjusting pipe wrench, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

382. Three Stillson-type screw adjusting pipe wrenches: 10-inch CHALLENGER, fine overall; 10-inch W. GERMANY, fine; and 8-inch STILLSON WRENCH MFG. OSWEGO TOOL CO, wooden handled, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

383. BEMIS & CALL 16-inch wooden handled monkey wrench with hex nut adjuster, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

384. Lot of seven assorted auto nut wrenches: FAIRMOUNT CLEV. lug wrench; 9-inch adjustable auto; two DUNLAP double opened enders, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

385. Lot including coping saw with wooden handle (no blade); Great Neck keyhole saw, spare blades for Great Neck saw; knife sharpening steel; BELL SYSTEMS clamp; cork screw; hog ringer; tracing wheel; clay moulding tool, rosewood handled bevel; and a pair of dividers that is missing the points. (Photo & Photo 2)

386. Lot of 8 wrenches: early spark plug socket; and seven stamped or pressed steel wrenches, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

387. Lot: wooden box with assorted metal taps; and a body for a Stanley #45 combination plow plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

388. Lot: race knife; folding pocket knife that has had the end of the blade reworked, scraper; Stanley claw hammer head; and four wooden auger bits, two adjustable the smaller one with spare spur not shown in photo. (Photo & Photo 2)

389. Lot: wooden handled awl; five 6-inch steel scales; a T-handled square socket wrench; and four assorted open ended wrenches, one with broken jaw. (Photo & Photo 2)

390. UNION NO. 50 bullnose rabbet plane, almost exact copy of Stanley #75, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

391. Lot: Stanley No. 818 HANDYMAN wrecking bar; unusual 2-piece clamp marked PAT’D DEC 1901, very good; two c-clamps; glass cutter, saw blade, three chisels all needing handles, a chuck for an electric drill, saw set, etc. (Photo & Photo 2)

392. Lot: fine Stanley #95 butt gauge in original albeit tattered and taped pasteboard box; wooden handled tracing or pricking wheel; and a Millers Falls Alford’s Patent hand vise with wooden handle filled with original bits and pieces, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

393. Stanley #113 compass plane, complete and will easily clean to very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

394. Lot: K-D BING0-TYPE Wheel Puller 3/4”- 16th in a tatty box; mortising-type socket chisel; broken file, graining tool; two sockets; YANKEE combined can opener, bottle opener, and cork puller; a nice HAMMER BRAND folding race knife, and other assorted bits and pieces. (Photo & Photo 2)

395. Wooden Sheffield-style beech brace with lignum head and brass chuck, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

396. Three Keen Kutter coping saws, all very good. (Photo)

397. Pair of wooden planes: small Ohio smoother with crack in side from wedge being driven in too far; and a nice early wedge-arm tongue cutter from a set of tongue and groove planes, has rounded top to blade wedge; one arm wedge broken and one MIA. (Photo & Photo 2)

398. Pair of bench planes: SCIOTO wooden jack, well worn; and a GAGE TOOL CO. No. 11 jack plane, very good overall. (Photo)

399. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE (St. Louis, MO) and STANLEY VICTOR ratchet braces, both are complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

400. Continental geared hand drill, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

401. Nice Scandinavian brace with spring chuck that takes flat-tang bits, and a steel ring of four spoon bits. (Photo & Photo 2)

402. Gent’s or penny brace that takes flat tang bits, plus a set of four flat tang center bits to use in it, both the brace and bits are very good. (Photo)

403. Fine Marples race knife, fine overall. (Photo)

404. Short steel log cruiser with brass end, very good. (Photo)

405. Unusual 25-inch brass scale, few nicks and dings, very good. (Photo)

406. Fine bow drill with brass chuck, and an early bow with animal product handle, very good overall. (Photo)

407. Large carriagemaker’s round plane with integral tail handle, very good. (Photo)

408. Boker 1/2-inch wooden screw box with tap, very good. (Photo)

409. Continental 9-inch gutter plane with closed grip on front, GOLDENBERG blade, very good overall. (Photo)

410. Crooked knife with pewter rings, very good overall. (Photo)

411. Wooden crate for Lincoln Paint And Color Co. plus three wooden whisky boxes with sliding lids.

412. Medium sized Preston-type brass plumb bob with wooden string reel, very good overall. (Photo)

413. Gunsmith’s screw plate with wooden handle, plate has several marks, wooden handle is cracked but holding. (Photo & Photo 2)

414. Small 4-inch steel plumb bob with removable top, very good; and a small 2-inch acorn-shaped plumb bob or weight of some type, very good. (Photo)

415. Antique timber scribe with fine handle and nice brass ferrule, fine overall. (Photo)

416. Good 10-oz. brass surveyor’s plumb bob with string wrapped around an aluminum plate. (Photo)

417. Small miter template and two wooden chalk or plumb bob string reels. (Photo)

418. Early European plumb bob with nicely turned wooden stand off, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

419. Miniature brass patternmaker’s router, very good overall. (Photo)

420. Unusual steel plumb bob with removable top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

421. Pair of vintage drawknife chamfer guides on a steel beam, fine overall. (Photo)

422. Medium sized “common sense” or millwright-style brass plumb bob, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

423. Adjustable brass saw sharpening gauge or spider, very good overall. (Photo)

424. Unusual brass plumb bob that has a removable steel point but on top is just a hole in the brass body. (Photo & Photo 2)

425. Brass English center square for finding the exact center of the end of a cylinder of wood or metal. (Photo)

426. Large brass European-style plumb bob with nice wooden standoff, and wooden spool for the string, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

427. Higgison engineer’s 4-fold rule with arched brass joint, brass slide, and having steel tips on the ends of the legs, graduated on the edges and set of ironmonger’s? tables on one leg, appears to be early. (Photo & Photo 2)

428. Lufkin 873L combined rule, level and protractor, level vial intact, outside shows moderate wear, inside very nice. (Photo)

429. Lot of five antique brass drafting tools: four pair of dividers all with steel points; and a triangle. (Photo)

430. Six assorted wooden molding planes: fine GREENFIELD TOOL CO. No. 4 1/2-inch tongue & groove planes; SANDUSKY 1 1/2-inch skew bladed rabbet plane, very good; unknown skewed rabbet; fine BENSON & CRANNELL 7/8-inch dado with screw stop and intact nicker; and an OHIO TOOL CO. #4 hollow. (Photo & Photo 2)

431. Lot: 9 assorted wooden planes, including a wooden compass plane, one of the handled smoothers has a sole radiused from side to side. (Photo & Photo 2)

432. Six assorted wooden molding planes.

433. Three wooden jack planes; one with single iron; and two with double irons. (Photo & Photo 2)

434. Six assorted wooden molding planes: OHIO TOOL CO. No. 43 5/8-inch complex, very good; OHIO TOOL CO. 1 1/2-inch rabbet that someone has converted into a moving filletster with fence on bottom and tin depth stop; AUBURN TOOL CO. 1-inch twin-iron nosing plane, very good; OHIO TOOL 1 3/4-in. skewed rabbet, very good; OWOSCO TOOL CO. No. 14 round, very good; and ANDRUSS NEWARK 3/8-inch side bead, nice boxing, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

435. Two wooden jointer planes; SCIOTO and OHIO TOOL CO., both can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

436. Six wooden molding planes: D.R. BARTON complex profile with added fence on right side; skewed rabbet with faint mark; hollow with faint mark and top of wedge broken; BEWLEY LEEDS narrow hollow, nice; quarter round with faint mark, and fences added to both sides; and an OHIO TOOL CO tongue, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

437. Two toothing planes: unknown make 8-inch toothing plane with nice homemade blade (made from a regular plane blade), very good overall; and a SCHUTZ #110 horned toothing plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

438. Lot of wooden planes: fine BEWLEY LEEDS No. 18 round; unknown make round that has been sawed off on both ends; 6 3/4-inch horned smooth plane with SHEFFIELD blade, fine; a NEW YORK TOOL CO. NO. 3 coffin-shaped smooth plane, fine; and another smoother with tapered iron, well worn, will restore to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

439. Young & McMaster Auburn unhandled plow plane, very good, wedge-locking arms, very good overall, with 10 plow irons including a nice set of eight W. BUTCHER blades. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

440. Six assorted wooden molding planes, including a nice and unusual HUNT & WISEMAN ST. LOUIS complex radiused profile; two Continental planes with complex profiles, one very nice; and three 7 3/8-inch hollows, one with side blown out. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

441. Stanley #113 Type 3 compass plane, missing the decorative knob from the lever cap, otherwise, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

442. Six wooden molding planes: 1-inch? round, dirty, and cracked on ends; unknown make 5/8-inch rabbet, very good; ????WELL BALTIMORE #4 round, very good; unknown make 5/8-inch round; OHIO TOOL? No. 75 grooving plow, good; and a grooving plow with ROCHESTER mark on toe missing both the blade and wedge.

443. Stanley #3C Type 11 smooth plane, tote broken, otherwise will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

444. Stanley #98 side rabbet, later model with intact depth stop, fine. (Photo)

445. Stanley #37 “JENNY” wide body transitional jack plane, tote spur MIA, otherwise very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

446. Stanley #78 with intact depth stop and fence, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

447. Stanley #50 light duty plow plane with full box of blades instructions; screw to secure smaller bits, beading stop and intact chip deflecter, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

448. Stearns iron cabinet scraper (similar to Stanley #80), complete and very good. (Photo)

449. Stanley #66 hand beader type I with five original blades, both fences, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

450. Two brass patternmaker’s shaves, both very good. (Photo)

451. Sargent HERCULES iron jack plane, tote broken, otherwise, Stanley #26 transitional jack plane, needs cleaning, good overall; and a #102 iron block plane. (Photo & Photo 2)

452. Stanley #122 Liberty Bell smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

453. Two rosewood handled sliding bevels; one unknown make with 8-inch blade, very good; and a Stanley #25 8-inch sliding bevel, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

454. Small iron depth stop for specialty plane.

455. Three shaves: wooden spokeshave good overall; Stanley #51 iron spokeshave, very good; and a CINCINNATI TOOL CO. with convex bottom, needs new handles turned for it, very good.

456. Lot: CRAFTSMAN (Goodell) butt gauge; brass-topped Stanley pocket level; and Handyman adjustable square, level vial broken, good overall.

457. Two rosewood Stanley No. 77-type rosewood marking & mortise gages, both very good; plus an unknown make marking gage extra panel gage head attached. (Photo)

458. Four assorted four-fold boxwood rules including one marked UPSON NUT; plus two zig zag rules by Evans and Lufkin. (Photo & Photo 2)

459. Lot: five wrenches including SIMMONS and FORD lug wenches; a Reverse-Gear-Only wrench; double ended alligator; and a No. 7370 implement wrench; and a small pair of nippers. (Photo)

460. Nice shingle froe, complete and very good. (Photo)

461. Two carriage makers routers one considerably larger than normal; both will clean to good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

462. Nice pair of KEEN KUTTER end cutters. (Photo)

463. P.S. STUBS ENGLAND hand vise, very good.

464. KELLING-KABEL CHICAGO PAT. 1913 SQUIRREL NUT CRACKER, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

465. Three assorted drawknives including PS&W & CHIP-A-WAY, all very good and usable.

466. Unusual curved cooper or carriage makers drawknife, will clean to very good. (Photo)

467. Wheelwright’s 4-spoked traveler, very good.

468. Two large antique keys. (Photo & Photo 2)

469. Kwik-Set Door Lock boring set in original box with auger bit, and template. Was wrapped in newspaper dated 1960. (Photo & Photo 2)

470. Enterprise sausage press, very good overall.

471. Lot of five assorted sharpening stones.

472. Two wooden screw boxes, smaller one with tap. (Photo & Photo 2)

473. Two wooden framed saws: ULMIA wooden framed veneering saw, has a bit of mold, but will easily clean to very good; and a wooden buck saw, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

474. Small child or toy sized wooden framed buck saw, very good; and a nice wooden jointers mallet. (Photo)

475. Four leather tools: pinking iron; three hole punches, and a pricking wheel.

476. Three saw tools: cast iron No. 4 adjustable saw vise; patented saw rake; and a nice Disston saw set. (Photo & Photo 2)

477. Millers Falls #120 2-speed breast drill, missing the auxiliary handle, otherwise very good overall. (Photo)

478. Keen Kutter adjustable auger bit with spar spur IOB; plus a Greenlee auger bit in original plastic roll.

479. Two bitstock tools: screwdriver bit; and adjustable bit with depth stop.

480. Two Stanley transitional planes: 20-inch and 15-inch, both will clean to at least good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

481. Ives-type bung reamer, no handle; plus a small plumber’s reamer, very good.

482. Five chisels: three socket firmer chisels including one by OHIO TOOL; and one marked PINE KNOT, all can be cleaned and restored to usable condition; plus two mortise chisels, both needing handles.

483. Five assorted gouges, plus one S.J. Addis cranked carving gouge, fine; and one graver.

484. Six wood handled screwdrivers including three that would have come with Stanley #45 or #55 planes.

485. Enterprise Cherry Stoner Patented APRIL 24, 1883, complete with nice original black paint with gold highlights, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

486. Large SHAPLEIGH’S hardware circa 1942 catalog with both the Diamond Edge and Keen Kutter logos on the hard cover, corners of covers a bit bent up, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

487. DUNLAP hatchet or camp axe, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

488. SHAPLEIGH’S Hardware WANT BOOK with Keen Kutter logo on cover, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

489. KEEN KUTTER apple peeler, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

490. SHAPLEIGH’S GENERAL HARDWARE CATALOG No. 350 circa 1929, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

491. H.W. GELLER’S (St. Louis) E-Z CUTTER, hatchet, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

492. ISRAEL WHITE screw-arm tongue cutting plank plane, very good overall; plus a specialty rabbet plane with steel wear strip on the sole, and an adjustable brass fence on the left side, top of wedge broken, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

493. Pair of old barn pulleys, the one on the the left looks homemade and has hand forged hardware; the one on the right was factory made and has steel medallions with anchors on both sides, marked 4-PL, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

494. Pair of wooden planes: on the left is a homemade rabbet; on the right is a curved rabbet with two nickers and holes for an adjustable fence, perhaps a continental coopers plane, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

495. Large wooden router plane with brass clamp, has extra bottom attached, very good overall; plus an L&IJ White coopers shave with wooden handles and an iron body, has been welded and ground down on the bottom, will make a great user. (Photo & Photo 2)

496. Pair of planes: unusual steel cased rabbet with brass bottom, very good overall; and a TD&CO. (Ohio Tool) 7/8-inch dado with screw operated stop, complete and fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

497. Pair of wooden planes: AUBURN TOOL CO. jack rabbet with offset handle, has numerous cracks at the body, one of the nickers is MIA; and a 16-inch OHIO TOOL CO. wooden jack plane, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

498. S.H. CO. (Simmons Hardware) ST. LOUIS MO KOFFEE KRUSHER coffee grinder, fine overall, has been repainted; plus a READING HARDWARE CO. apple peeler that has had the main gear wheel broken and brazed in two places, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

499. Lot of three St. Louis hardware saw: Keen Kutter K88 with 26-inch 7ppi blade, very good overall; Keen Kutter No.? with 26-inch blade, good overall; and a Diamond Edge DE150 with 26-inch 11ppi blade, very good. (Photo)

500. Scarce iron chuck wood brace, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

501. Unusual carved wooden saw jointer, very good. (Photo)

502. James Bee plated Sheffield brace with spring chuck, very good. (Photo)

503. Wooden gunstocker’s or chairmaker’s scraper, very good. (Photo)

504. Plated David Flather Sheffield brace with ebony or rosewood pad, spring chuck, very good. (Photo)

505. Pair of wooden bodied flush cutting or cutoff saws, both very good. (Photo)

506. Scarce Goodell-Pratt sliding bevel with brass-bound mahogany handle, 8-inch blade, very good. (Photo)

507. Two antique paper creasers made of animal bone, very good overall. (Photo)

508. Scarce French rainette, saw set and timber scribe, very good. (Photo)

509. Wooden C&P Sheffield spokeshave, fine overall. (Photo)

510. Fine English turnscrew or screwdriver with rosewood handle, very good; plus a nice miter square with mahogany handle, very good. (Photo)

511. Large wooden witchet or stail engine, very good overall. (Photo)

512. Medium sized Stearns dowel or spoke pointer, very good. (Photo)

513. Small Sargent steel square, with early circular logo. (Photo & Photo 2)

514. Stratton Brothers 24-inch NO. 1 brass bound mahogany plumb &level, both vials intact, very good. (Photo)

515. T. WILKINSONS IMPROVED RULE 2-fold brass bound, with brass arched joint, steel tips, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

516. Birmingham-made 2-foot 2-fold boxwood rule with arched joint, one leg nicely repaired with brass near the joint, has log? scales on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

517. Unmarked brass bevel with brass blade, very good. (Photo)

518. Four boxwood rules: Two 2-foot 4-fold Rabone &Sons, both very good; a Lufkin 1-foot 2-fold caliper rule; and a Stanley #84. (Photo & Photo 2)

519. Unusual 2-post cage-head brace, very good overall. (Photo)

520. Small Williams London 4 Long Acre compassed coachmaker’s rabbet plane, very good. (Photo)

521. W. TIMMONS &SON armorer’s brace, with lignum pad, a scarce and fine brace. (Photo)

522. Wooden coachmaker’s T-rabbet plane, very good. (Photo)

523. Continental wooden plow plane with wedge locking arms, brass depth stop, steel skate, very good. (Photo)

524. Disston 12-inch steel-backed back saw, handle spurs modified, hang hole in end of blade, very good user. (Photo)

525. Unusual BELCHER BROS NEW YORK 24-inch boxwood rule with different scales on both sides: S. RUMB; T.RUMB; SINES; V.SINES; TAN; MERID; E.PARTS on one side and LEA; RUMB; M.S; CRCR on other side; and a unknown brass bound 24-inch rule with some staining and wear showing. (Photo)

526. Small 12-pound anvil with felt glued to the base, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

527. Lot of three framing squares; two Diamond Edge and one Keen Kutter. (Photo)

528. Small Keen Kutter single bit axe, very good. (Photo)

529. Two Diamond Edge DE150 hand saws; one has several cracks in the handle; the other is very good overall with nice etch. (Photo)

530. KEEN KUTTER double bit axe, fine overall. (Photo)

531. Keen Kutter K88 hand saw, very good overall. (Photo)

532. Lot of 7 Continental wooden molding planes; pair hollow and round planes; another hollow; one side bead; and two plows; all marked with a crown and the initials PD on the toe, all very good; and an extra long 1 1/4-inch rabbet with the same mark on the toe, very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

533. Diamond Edge 12-inch wood handled monkey wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

534. REVONOC 10-inch wood handled monkey wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)

535. BLUE GRASS T5 BG 7-24” masons level double plumb and double level, one of the two level vials is dry, otherwise fine. (Photo)

536. Two monkey wrenches: Coes Wrench Co. 10-inch complete and very good; and a Keen Kutter 8-inch with slightly bent bar, very good. (Photo)

537. KEEN KUTTER nail puller, very good overall. (Photo)

538. Two screw adjusted pipe wrenches: KEEN KUTTER 14-inch, complete and very good; and a SIMMONS 10-inch, very good. (Photo)

539. Wooden loom shuttle marked WATSON-WILLIAMS MFG. CO. MILLBURY, MASS, very good. (Photo)

540. KEEN KUTTER 12-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, fine overall. (Photo)

541. Keen Kutter grass clippers, very good; and a pair of Keen Kutter pruning sheers, very good. (Photo)

542. PERFECT HANDLE 12-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, fine overall. (Photo)

543. Pair of KEEN KUTTER tinners hammers, both very good. (Photo)

544. Homemade raglet type plane with body made of oak, rounded blade, good overall.

545. Two saw sets: Seymour Smith Patent (U.S. No. 25,681) made on a patent issued October 4, 1859 to Seymour Smith of Sharon, Connecticut, this example is complete and fine; and an unmarked Bemis & Call? type missing the gauge, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

546. Union No. X23 Trask & Carleton Patent (U.S. No. 746,285) transitional smooth plane, complete and fine, this is the first we have seen or sold of this particular model. (Photo & Photo 2)

547. Pair of pistol-grip-type saw sets: the one on the left has an aluminum frame, complete and fine; on the right was made by E.C. Stearns on a patent granted to Adolph Miller of Kirkwood, Missouri on April 8, 1924, it too is complete and fine. (Photo)

548. Stanley BAILEY No. 22 transitional smooth plane, V-logo blade, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

549. Pair of lever-type saw sets: BELKNAP BLUE GRASS marked Potter Patent (U.S. No. 898,780) made by E. C. STEARNS & CO., complete and fine; and a Stearns-made PINE KNOT (Belknap Hardware House Brand), discolored but complete and very good. (Photo)

550. UNION No. 502 Trask Patent transitional smooth plane, some chipping around the the edge of the wooden base, will clean to very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

551. Pair of unusual lever-type saw sets: on top is a Lester Patent (U.S. No. 756,662) made on a patent issued April 5, 1904 to Joseph Lester of Norwich, Connecticut, this example is very good; and a BUELL Patent 399,490) made a patent issued March 12, 1889 to Andrew and Edgar Buell of Clinton, Connecticut, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

552. Lot of three Sargent-made transitional smooth planes: Winchester No. 3040 with chip from top left side of iron frame, good Winchester iron, good overall; BELKNAP BLUE GRASS NO. 702, complete and fine; and a scarce ZENITH No. Z22 made for MARSHALL WELLS HDWE CO. Duluth, Minnesota; has a bolt in the back of the frog where the cutter adjuster should be, just rob a frog off another Sargent tranny and you will have a very scarce plane. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

553. Three lever-type saws sets: E.C. STEARNS, complete and fine; unusual nickel-plated H. DISSTON & SON, very good; and a Millers Falls Co. No. 214, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

554. Lot of six assorted saw sharpening tools including rakes by SIMONDS; E.C. ATKINS; SHURLY DIETRICH CO.; & ATKINS & CO. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

555. Stanley #2246A miter box with a 24-inch back saw that has been recently sharpened. (Photo)

556. Sign FORGED BY MASTER CRAFTSMEN VILLAGE BLACKSMITH GARDEN TOOLS, some rust, original bracket. (Photo)

557. Lot of four assorted squares: two rafter squares; one draftsman’s T-square; and one with no graduations but with nice tapered bladed and decorative ends, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

558. Three hand saws; one rusty and suitable for a saw painter; one with die stamped SPEAR & JACKSON SHEFFIELD mark on blade, and rounded nose; and one that appears to be usable. (Photo)

559. Oliver Mfg. Chicago. Imp. Sampson No. 2 jack, appears to be complete and in working condition. (Photo)

560. Lot: three saw sharpening tools and a handle for a crosscut saw. (Photo)

561. WM. E. PRATT MFG. CHICAGO ILL STANDARD NO. 1 lifting jack. (Photo)

562. Three FORDSON wrenches: 10-inch adjustable S-handle Crescent; No. 2197, 2 1/4-in. hex; and a F-2197, 2 1/4-inch open ended; all very good. (Photo)

563. Unusual tool box with drop down lid, 24 x 12 x 12.5-inch, with intact lock (no key) and two suitcase-type latches, marked on top with owner R.L. DIX name, very good. (Photo)

564. Lot: Two large wrenches including one marked THE SUPERRENCH; another a large S-handled wrench; and a pair of nippers with chipped cutter on one side. (Photo & Photo 2)

565. Four automotive distributor wrenches, one marked PROTO, all are fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

566. Four wrenches: two FORD open ended; a 10-inch REED self-tightening pipe wrench; and a DELCO light plant wrench. (Photo & Photo 2)

567. Lot: five pair blacksmith tongs; two ball peen hammers and an old rasp. (Photo & Photo 2)

568. Lot: early root handled saw plate with four holes; small pry bar; rasp and a 24-inch AAA Atkins back saw, complete and very good. (Photo)

569. Three Stanley #89 adjustable clapboard gauges, in original pasteboard box, box lid is missing rear end, decent label, the gauges are all fine; and a Stearns clapboard gauge, complete and fine. (Photo)

570. Stanley #3 pasteboard box only, good overall; plus two shovel handles, and a wooden handle for an early reel type lawnmower. (Photo & Photo 2)

571. Three planes: Stanley low angle block plane, very good overall; a pressed steel block plane, very good; and 14-inch iron jack plane, likely made by Stanley, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

572. Lot: jar opener; combined jar and can opener; both in gray primer; an adjustable bitstock washer cutter; and two scythe snath wrenches. (Photo)

573. Louden Patent (U.S. No. 547,272) single tree made on a patent issued OCT. 1, 1895 to William Louden of Fairfield, Iowa. (Photo)

574. Unusual Zehner Patent (U.S. No. 2,135,930) Grapple Fork Lock and Head marked MEYERS ASHLAND, O. (Ohio) Made on a patent issued NOV. 8, 1938 to William Zehner of Ashland, Ohio and assigned to The F.E. Myers & Bro. Co. Ashland, Ohio, this one is in red paint and is very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

575. Fixer upper wheat cradle, has one broken tine, but comes with an intact but longer tine from another cradle, with a bit of work and replacement can be trimmed down and this one will be OK. (Photo)

576. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS 1-gallon KEEN KUTTER gas can, has small vent hole in top opposite the spout, very good overall. (Photo)

577. NOS SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS KEEN KUTTER hoe head, with most of the original Keen Kutter sticker. (Photo & Photo 2)

578. KEEN KUTTER paper: 1910 Ad from COUNTRY LIFE IN AMERICA magazine advertising KEEN KUTTER Tool Cabinets, fine; and some wrapping paper from the TROY, MO. HDW. K.L. LaRue Prop. (Photo & Photo 2)

579. KEEN KUTTER KK80 leather razor strop, very good overall. (Photo)

580. Paper booklet Furniture Designs for users of KEEN KUTTER TOOLS, may be a reprint, first we have seen of this publication. (Photo)

581. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS No. S314AK hair clippers IOB with intact label and one or two corners of box top needing to be taped; plus an empty wooden box with sliding lid with partial KEEN KUTTER label K59 AUGER BITS. (Photo)

582. Pair of KEEN KUTTER transitional jack planes: K26 and KK27 1/2?; both need cleaning, tote broken and missing spur on the one on the right. (Photo & Photo 2)

583. Keen Kutter KS 8 1/2 hedge shears, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

584. Hinged steel box full of eleven Keen Kutter auger bits, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

585. Keen Kutter wooden spokeshave with screw adjusted blade, missing the brass wear strip on the bottom, has the block and wedge logo stamped into the top, very good; and a pair of 6-inch SIMMONS slip-joint pliers with wire cutter, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

586. Pair of KEEN KUTTER keyhole saws; the one on the bottom has the early axe head medallion, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

587. Pair of KEEN KUTTER pliers: on the left are 10-inch KB10 fencing pliers, very good; and on the right are 8-inch gas pliers, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

588. Large SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER meat cleaver, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

589. Four hardware branded bench planes: SHAPLEIGH’S 9-inch iron smooth plane, complete and very good; KEEN KUTTER 9-inch smooth plane, tote spur broken off, good overall; KEEN KUTTER KK5 iron jack plane, top left side missing big chip, entire plane coated with lacquer; and a KEEN KUTTER transitional jack plane with KEEN KUTTER Logo stamped into top of stock near toe, ill fitting knob, tote spur MIA, can be restored to usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

590. Pair of drawknives including a 10-inch KEEN KUTTER; and another with rotating handles. (Photo & Photo 2)

591. Keen Kutter hatchet with some pitting and coated with lacquer; plus a KEEN KUTTER rasp, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

592. Lot: SHAPLEIGH’S HARDWARE CO. ST. LOUIS DIAMOND EDGE advertising ruler; round Diamond Edge store tag; four Keen Kutter adhesive price tags; and a Keen Kutter skeleton key. (Photo & Photo 2)

593. Three different KEEN KUTTER scissors. (Photo & Photo 2)

594. Keen Kutter putty knife. (Photo & Photo 2)

595. Pair of smaller flashlights: on the left is a SIMMONS and on the right is a WINCHESTER, both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

596. Three Keen Kutter scissors. (Photo & Photo 2)

597. Keen Kutter Corn MILL has a tin hopper screwed to the top that is missing a small chip from the beaded edge, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)

598. Three Diamond Edge DE rasp; and two Diamond Edge DE files, all are very good. (Photo)

599. Early PALMER COMPANY MILWAUKEE patented toilet paper dispenser, traces of original nickel plating remain. (Photo & Photo 2)

600. FINE BAR-DEW, KEEN KUTTER TOOLS FEED - SEED - HARDWARE, BARTLESVILLE, OKLA hardware store sign. (Photo & Photo 2)

601. Pair of 18-inch Stanley SW #00 plumb & levels. One has a dry plumb vials, otherwise both are very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

602. Pair of ratchet braces: on left is a SHAPLEIGH’S, complete and fine; on right is unknown make, a light cleaning and the name and model number will be visible, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

603. Diamond Edge claw hammer; and Diamond Edge & a lathing hatchet, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

604. Keen Kutter broad hatchet, wooden handle chipped, good overall; and a SIMMONS hatchet, back of head mushroomed and held onto handle with five or six nails. (Photo & Photo 2)

605. Unusual KEEN KUTTER adjustable scraper Aug. 9, 1910 Patent date, very good; and Diamond Edge 9-inch smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

606. Set of letter stamps in a wooden block; very good; plus an empty wooden box with sliding lid for OVB twist drills. (Photo & Photo 2)

607. Pair of 7-inch meat cleavers: on top is a McLEAN BLACK & CO.,BOSTON, MASS. complete and good; and one bottom is an E.C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER No. K8814-7, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

608. Pair of KEEN KUTTER marked wooden boxes with sliding lids, the longer one on top has a few assorted KEEN KUTTER &SIMONDS files inside, it has a paper label on the lid of the box; box on bottom has small round Keen Kutter paper labels on ends of box, the paper label from the top is gone. (Photo & Photo 2)

609. SHAPLEIGH’S rat and mouse traps, both very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

610. Two different KEEN KUTTER food choppers, both have wooden handles, the one on the right is missing the brass ferrule, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

611. Keen Kutter 10-inch nippers, complete and very good; and a Diamond Edge DEG-10 fencing plier, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

612. Keen Kutter Yankee-type screwdriver, patent date too faint to read, very good overall; plus a KEEN KUTTER all-metal push drill, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

613. Keen Kutter No. K1946 fencing plier with staple claw, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

614. KEEN KUTTER K79 wooden handled scraper; K69 putty knife; and K49 putty knife, all three very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

615. Pair of Keen Kutter open ended wrenches: K-1 1/2 & 7/16, thin handle, very good; and a KT3 5/16USS (Photo & Photo 2)

616. Box of 24 sliding bevels, most with rosewood handles including two or three smaller DISSTON; several Stanley with both rosewood and iron handles. (Photo)

617. Diamond Edge No. DE100 double ended alligator wrench with thread chasers in handle, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

618. T.H. WITHERBY 2-inch timber framing chisel, very good; and a KEEN KUTTER 1/4-inch gouge, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

619. Pair of 9-inch fencing pliers: on top is a SHAPLEIGH’S with two wire cutters, fine; and a DIAMOND EDGE with three wire cutters, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

620. Three 6-inch try squares: KEEN KUTTER complete and very good; KEEN KUTTER with chipped handle; and a DIAMOND EDGE with chipped handle. (Photo & Photo 2)

621. Keen Kutter 6.5-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, SOLID BAR, good overall. (Photo)

622. BELKNAP Blue Grass wood rasp, very good; and a PINE KNOT sharpening stone, very good. (Photo)

623. Three 6.5-inch pliers: Diamond Edge DE-35-6 with side cutter and rubber handles, very good; KEEN KUTTER with chipped side cutter, good; and a K31-6 slip-joint with wire cutter, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

624. Unusual DIAMOND EDGE garden fork with three tines, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

625. Unknown make lathing hatchet, very good; and a small KEEN KUTTER claw hammer. (Photo & Photo 2)

626. Five assorted KEEN KUTTER socket chisels, all in usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)

627. KEEN KUTTER razor hone with KEEN KUTTER paper tag, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)

628. Pair of keyhole saws: DIAMOND EDGE with 13-inch blade, very good; and an early unmarked example with 5 1/2-inch blade, very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

629. KEEN KUTTER pasteboard box for slip joint pliers, inside are three KEEN KUTTER cold chisels, all very good. (Photo & Photo 2)

630. Lot: wooden spokeshave with screw adjusters, missing the brass wear plate on bottom; a brass topped Stanley pocket level that can be attached to a square; unmarked tool handle with set of bits inside handle; and a Sargent-made iron block plane, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

631. Scarce KEEN KUTTER razor strop with nickel plated adjuster, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

632. Millers Falls cigar spokeshave with nice rosewood or cocobolo handles, fine overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

633. Unusual KEEN KUTTER leather strop with SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. & KEEN KUTTER block and wedge logo stamped into bottom of, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)

634. Lot of three old four old barn pulleys and a snatch block. (Photo)

635. Box lot: six chisels including two Stanleys; a odd saw, slick handle, scraper and weeding tool. (Photo)

636. Lot of iron heads for gardening tools like hoes and rakes. (Photo)

637. Wooden box full of assorted wrenches most in rough condition. Most suitable for decorating or scrapping. (Photo)

638. Box lot: antique soldering irons, worth a small fortune in scrap copper. (Photo)

639. Box lot: S-handled adjustable Crescent-type wrenches. (Photo)

640. Box lot: Chicago razor strop; double spokeshave; spring scale, two pruning shears; cast iron barn pulley; cast iron weeding tool; door knocker; brass plumb bob; leather cased tape measure, etc. (Photo)

641. Box lot: five hog snoot trimmers; and several hog ringers plus a box of rings. (Photo)

642. Box lot: leather tools: stitching awl; clicker die; pinking iron; lever-type punch for belt holes; cigar box opener with ST. LOUIS stamped into wooden handle; saw punch; etc. Twelve pieces in all. (Photo)

643. Box lot: small household oilers or oil cans including a TEXACO HOME LUBRICANT; small SINGER (sewing machine) oiler; and a funnel marked RUMFORD “THE WHOLESOME BAKING POWDER.” Twenty-one items in all. (Photo)

644. Box lot: clamps; two smaller bar clamps; a patented quick release C-clamp PAT. DEC. 10, ’67; and a small machinist parallel clamp. Five items in all. (Photo)

645. Box lot: medium and smaller sized oilers or oil cans including a 3 larger SINGER (sewing machines); two smaller SINGER; SIMMONS BLUE JAY OILERS SIMMONS HARDWARE ST. LOUIS; and others including a English oiler with brass spout and cap secured with chain, FINOL oiler from STANDARD OIL CO with paper label; TEXACO, nice ENGLISH KAYE’S PATENT with brass; STEWART CLIPPER OIL; etc. About 24 in all. (Photo)

646. Box lot: seven curry combs; a bull lead; two rasps and hoof knife. (Photo)

647. Box lot: wooden handled screwdrivers; tool handles; one an AIKEN PATENT with the wrench still inside the handle; another tool handled with full set of bits inside the handle, sewing awl; wallpaper trimmer; STANLEY 750 chisel; hubcap wrench; and wooden burnishing wheel. (Photo)

648. Box lot: twelve assorted braces including a brace-type screwdriver; and a brace type wrench; a Scotch brace; and several other types. (Photo)

649. Box lot: ten squares inclining an L.S.S. (Starrett) adjustable with intact scribe; adjustable Stanley square; small bevel; unusual gouge; double beam marking gauge; small wooden handled scraper, etc. (Photo)

650. Box lot: nine 1-foot 4-fold boxwood rules; three pair dividers; two calipers; a small scraper; homemade wooden clapboard gage; awl, etc. (Photo)


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