ST. CHARLES ANTIQUE TOOL AUCTION
September 22, 2012, 9:35 AM
Harvester Lions Club
4835 Central School Rd.
St. Charles (St. Louis), Missouri 63304
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In this auction we have 550+ lots of quality antique tools including wooden and iron planes; saws; levels; layout tools; screwdrivers; boring tools; wrenches; leather tools; and several household antiques and kitchen, farm primitives, and laundry collectibles. There will be something in this auction for collectors, dealers and decorators alike. Come spend a few hours in the air-conditioned comfort of the Harvester Lions Club and take home a few treasures.
001. Stanley #5 30-inch plumb & level with laminated stock, brass corners and top plates, decorative brass side views for level vial, SEPT 1867 patent date stamped into wood, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
002. Pair of Stanley levels: 28 5/16-inch Stanley #3 with brass end and top plates, both vials intact, very good overall; plus a 28-inch #3 SW logo, both vials intact, partial decal on top, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
003. Pair of levels: 28-inch Stanley #0, one corner chipped, otherwise intact and very good; plus a 26-inch Stratton Brothers No. 1 brass bound, numerous nicks and dings, both vials intact, with a good scraping, this one will be very good. (Photo & Photo 2)
009. Keen Kutter 24-inch auger bit extension, complete and fine. (Photo)
010. Unusual E.C. ATKIN & CO. No. 3412 ratchet brace with fine cocobolo handles, complete and fine; plus a canvas roll full of assorted bits by BAY STATE, BRIDGE TOOL CO.; KEEN KUTTER and five by RUSSELL JENNNINGS. The brace is complete and fine, two of the bits are bent, the others appear to be usable. (Photo & Photo 2)
011. Two 8-inch iron smooth planes: UNION XNo.3G (grooved) corrugated bottom, tote has been glued in center; very good overall; and a LAKESIDE R3 (Montgomery Wards) by the Rockford Tool Co. division of the Marsh Tool Co. Rockford, IL, this one has a glued tote, good knob, and is in very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)
012. Three ratchet braces: Yankee 2101-10-inch with chunk missing from plastic wrist handle, otherwise good; Stanley #945 10-inch in very good overall condition; and an unknown patented model with unusual ratchet selector switch, good overall. (Photo)
013. Stanley Millers Patent #41 plow plane, no fillester bed or wraparound fence, regular fence has unslotted brass screws, handle has faint Millers Patent logo and is chipped on the bottom, original front depth stop, rear stop is a crude brass replacement, very good overall. (Photo)
014. Two iron planes: Stanley #5C corrugated jack plane, stained hardwood handles, BB logo blade, very good overall; plus a FULTON 9-inch smoother, complete and fine. (Photo)
015. Pair of iron planes: Craftsman 9-inch smoother; and Craftsman rabbet and fillester plane missing fence and depth stop. (Photo)
016. Atkins AAA flooring saw, will clean to usable condition. (Photo)
017. Two drawknives: well worn carriage maker's and a JAXON U.S.A., very good. (Photo)
018. Wheelwright's traveler with wooden handle, good overall. (Photo)
019. A.H. REID 1882 patent archimedes screwdriver, good plating, nice wood very good overall. (Photo)
020. PARAGON No. 5C iron jack plane, similar to a Millers Falls with its 2-piece lever cap, this one is complete and fine overall. (Photo)
021. Hobbs Patent "Androck" hand cranked eggbeater with wooden handle U.S. Pat. #1,767,454, handle is bleached out a bit, but overall this one is fine. (Photo)
022. Unknown make cobbler's hammer with partial paper label on original wooden handle, fine overall. (Photo)
023. Three corn husking pegs in with leather straps, very good to fine overall condition. (Photo)
024. J.S. Fray & Co. tool handle with gouge bit, gimlet, and two additional bits inside handle, very good overall. (Photo)
025. Stanley 6-inch iron block plane with adjustable throat, lateral adjuster, very good japanning, very good overall. (Photo)
026. Stanley #101-sized mini block plane, complete and very good. (Photo)
027. Bonney's Patent hollow auger that would be used in a brace, no depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)
028. Chicago valve seat cutter, with four four assorted cutter heads, very good overall. (Photo)
029. Two Diamond Edge socket firmer chisels: 5/8-in. & 1 1/4-in. both very good. (Photo)
030. Two corn huskers marked "THE BOSS" that are worn on the hand and used to husk corn. One is missing one of the two original buckles and one has dried out leather. (Photo)
031. Hibbards TRUE VALUE 8-inch drawknife, complete and in good usable condition. (Photo)
032. Newer looking wooden spokeshave with screw-operated blade adjusters, fine overall. (Photo)
033. Unknown make 8-inch cast iron double plumb and level with shaft groove on the bottom, all vials intact, very good overall. (Photo)
034. Craftsman (Millers Falls No. 5) hand drill with bits stored inside wooden handle, complete and very good; plus an adjustable Millers Falls square with intact level. 12-inch scale, missing the scribe, very good overall. (Photo)
035. Lot of 32 assorted auger bits, several by Russell Jennings, Snell, Irwin; two adjustable auger bits; two forstner bits 1 1/8-in. PM Co. & #15 Snell; plus four speed bits for wood: 1-in.; 5/8; 1/2; and 3/8; two square shanked screwdriver bits, etc. (Photo)
036. Lot of two penny braces and two chain drills in varying states of disrepair. (Photo)
037. Three all-iron braces, each with a spring chuck, all with light rust, no makers marks visible. (Photo)
038. Dunlap 9-inch smooth plane, complete and very good. (Photo)
043. DAZEY (St. Louis) wall-mounted hand-cranked ice crusher with original rocket-shaped plastic red cup, very good overall. (Photo)
050. Western Electric Model W-163557 electric fan with brass blade and brass guard, cord is badly rotted and will need to be replaced before testing it. It is otherwise complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)
051. Box lot: pitted hatchet head; two plane knobs, center set for combination set; two Stanley plane blades, one for #140 skew bladed plane; RIGID E-5114 3/8-18 NPT Tapered pipe tap IOB; and three block planes for parts or restoration. (Photo & Photo 2)
054. Two try squares; an 8-inch by Henry Disston, very good; plus a 10 5/8-inch with some pitting; and two sliding bevels; a 10-inch Disston, very good; and an unknown make 12-inch with J.A. CASSIDY stamped into blade, all have rosewood handles. (Photo)
055. Two keyhole saws: WOLVERINE, complete and very good; and a HENRY DISSTON & SONS, very good. (Photo)
056. Three Stanley claw hammers: Stanley STEELMASTER 16-oz. very good overall; STANLEY "100 PLUS" handle needs to be secured with a wedge, otherwise very good; and a 13-oz. HERCULES with forged head and hickory handle. (Photo)
057. Two try squares; Stanley #12 with 10-inch blade, very good; unknown make with 4 1/2-inch blade and rosewood handle; Stanley try and miter square with 7-inch blade and rosewood handle, very good; and two sliding bevels; 10-inch PAT SEPT; and an 8-inch with end of locking lever broken off and light pitting on blade. (Photo)
058. Two tack hammers; one by OSBORNE, very good; the other unmarked and has handle secured to head with four nails. (Photo)
059. Stanley VICTOR NO. 1105 iron jack plane IOB, plane is complete and fine, box top has taped corners and bottom needs corners taped and one end flap is missing a piece, a fine plane in a poor box. (Photo & Photo 2)
061. Box or crate-opening hammer likely made on U.S. Patent 669,106 issued to A.G. THOM of Waukegan, ILL; plus a nice Spofford & Pigg Patent 8-inch brace. According to the info I found on the http://www.sydnassloot.com/brace/Fray.htm web site says John Fray apparently began manufacturing Spofford braces as early as 1859 in partnership with a gentleman named Horace Pigg. These early braces are marked, "Fray & Pigg Manrs / Bridgeport, Conn" and "Spofford Pat / Nov 1, 1859". Pigg was out of the picture by 1866. (Photo & Photo 2)
064. CRAFTSMAN 14-inch jack plane, complete and fine. (Photo)
065. Stanley "Household Jack Plane" (same size as a 5 1/4) complete and fine. (Photo)
077. Stanley #190 iron rabbet plane, nice V-logo iron, intact 3-bladed nicker, missing depth stop but screw for securing the stop is present, fine overall. (Photo)
078. Stanley 21 1/2-inch prelateral iron jointer plane with proper beaded knob, early style tote with long spur, STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO. blade; recessed brass adjuster nut with patent dates, leading edge of lever cap is chipped, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)
079. Early Stanley #182 iron rabbet plane with vines cast into handle, nice STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO. blade, complete with depth stop, very good overall. (Photo)
080. WINCHESTER No. 3026C corrugated wide bottom jack plane (Same size as Stanley 5 1/2C), complete with original blade, nice tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)
081. Stanley #39 3/4-inch dado plane, complete and very good overall. (Photo)
082. Pair of 14-inch iron jack planes: DUNLAP IMPROVED BL, scuffed but intact tote and knob, fine original blade, very good overall; plus a Stanley 0H5 Two-Tone jack plane with maroon bed, yellow frog and cap iron, stained hardwood tote and knob, very good overall. (Photo)
083. Unknown make brass grooving plow with sandwiched wooden handle and wooden knob, steel skate. Enough of these have turned up over the years to indicate they were mass produced, but the maker remains a mystery. This example is very good. (Photo)
084. Two 14-inch iron jack planes: Gage Tool Co. No. 5 iron jack plane, bed marked PAT APL'D FOR, nice tote and knob, fine rosewood tote and knob, improper blade and cap iron, very good overall; and a MOHAWK SHELBURNE made by MILLERS FALLS, complete and fine. (Photo)
085. Stanley #130 double ended iron block plane, early STANLEY RULE & LEVEL Co. blade, nice knob, very good overall. (Photo)
086. Stanley #4 prelateral smooth plane, fine early style tote and beaded knob, patent dates in recessed brass nut, STANLEY RULE & LEVEL CO. blade, very good overall. (Photo)
087. Stanley #205 steel block plane, unmarked, very good overall. (Photo)
088. CRAFTSMAN 3C GOLDEN JUBILEE 9-inch smooth plane, fine rosewood tote with the GOLDEN JUBILEE decal; CRAFTSMAN name with golden background on lever cap, very good overall. (Photo)
090. Later model Stanley #40 scrub plane with fine japanning, very nice beech tote and knob, fine overall. (Photo)
092. Shelton Patent 9-inch smooth plane, U.S. Patent No. 1,914,609, complete and fine. (Photo)
096. Two 9-inch screw adjusting auto nut wrenches by MOORE DROP FORGING CO. One has the FORD script logo on top jaw, both are very good. (Photo)
097. Two pair of pliers: EIFE-GEARED PLIERENCH, good overall; and KRAEUTER No. 306 "THE VICTOR" pliers, good overall. (Photo)
098. Two 6-inch pairs of nippers; one by V&B and one by HELLER; and a 4-inch pair of end cutters, all are good or better. (Photo)
099. Lot of three unusual plier or plier-like tools: the first is a pair of pliers marked on the handle KERN-USA-PAT-PEND connected to a lever that comes to a point, fine; CRESCENT TOOL CO. No. 542 side cutters, very good; and FORGED STEEL needle nose pliers, fine. (Photo)
100. Starrett #99F builders level with three telescoping legs, nice oak case, the instrument itself has fine nickel plating, legs are japanned, very good overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)
101. Unmarked 6.5-inch pair of side cutters, appear to be GERMAN; pair of 6-inch end cutters; and a 6-inch pair of pincers. (Photo)
102. Three automobile type ratchet wrenches: two WALDEN WORCESTER 4564, "RATCHET GUARANTEED FOR USE ON FORD BRAKE & REVERSE BANDS ONLY"; each is pitted on one side and both need work to get the ratchets to operate; and a RAY 623 single ended ratchet with sunburst logo, fine overall. (Photo)
103. Lot of seven double open-ended nut wrenches, the top five all all FORD; the S wrench is marked 662-B; and the bottom one is bent and has light rust. (Photo)
104. Two Crescent wrenches: J-H-WILLIAMS & CO. 6-inch "SUPERJUSTIBLE" complete and very good; and a 4-inch CRESTOLOY by the CRESCENT TOOL CO. fine. (Photo)
105. Two unusual twist handle adjustable nut wrenches; 7-inch well made and very good; and a 6-inch pair that has light pitting and is poorly made. (Photo)
106. Three stove related tools: a wood-stove shaker handle marked QUICK MEAL; and two lid-lifting combination tools; one marked B63. (Photo)
113. Two gauges: Unmarked Stanley rosewood #77 marking and mortise gauge, missing the brass rub block and the movable point needs to be sharpened, very good overall; the other is a unmarked beech marking gauge, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
114. Two Stanley tools: #18 sliding bevel with 8-inch blade, fine overall; an early No. 97 marking gauge with some light rust, very good overall; and a Stanley rosewood and brass try and miter square, SW logo, blued steel blade, fine. (Photo & Photo 2)
115. YAWMAN & ERBE MFG. CO. ROCHESTER. N.Y. GENUINE "SHANNON" laminated wooden clipboard for holding receipts, bills or invoices, a few cracks at bottom of wood, but in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)
118. Pair of 6-inch pliers with screwdriver at end of one handle; plus a pair of GENSCO compound levered end cutters from LINDSTROM SWEDEN, very good. (Photo)
119. Three implement wrenches: EMERSON 518 with twisted handle, very good; PLANET JUNIOR 3, complete and fine; and an almost identical wrench with pierced handle marked B18. (Photo)
120. Three implement wrenches: 7-inch 196 or 961 S-wrench with multiple openings, some pitting, good; Unmarked 6-inch buggy or vehicle, very good; and an unknown 5-inch with open end and square socket on one end, and a round opening at other end, very good. (Photo)
121. Two antique tool price guides: TOOLS PRICE GUIDE by Kyle Husfloen and Clarence Blanchard and published by Antique Trader, very good; and Warman's Tools FIELD GUIDE by Clarence Blanchard, with owner added clear cover, fine. (Photo)
122. Three tool publications: LANG & JACOBS Head Quarters for Coopers' Supplies & Cooperage Stock, 1884, reprinted by EARLY TRADES AND CRAFTS SOCIETY; and I.B. FARRINGTON'S ORNAMENTAL DESIGNS FOR SCROLL SAWING 1879 PRICE LIST, reprinted by EARLY TRADES AND CRAFTS SOCIETY; and an original Build Better with Stanley Tools pamphlet. The first two have owner-made plastic covers, all are very good. (Photo)
123. American Wooden Planes And Their Makers book by Emil & Martyl Pollak, 1983 edition with owner-made plastic covers, very good. (Photo)
124. Two tool pamphlets: STANLEY HANDYMAN SHOP for SAWING, SANDING, POLISHING, DRILLING, JOINTING, SHAPING, BUFFING; and Sears Craftsman handbook of circular saw blades and power tool accessories. (Photo)
125. Practical Carriage Building 280-page hardbound book compiled by M.T. RICHARDSON in 1892 and reprinted by the EARLY AMIERCAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION in 1981, come with owner-made plastic covers, very good. (Photo)
126. BLACKSMITHS and FARRIERS' TOOLS at Shelburne Museum, very good with owner-made plastic covers. (Photo)
127. Explanation or Key to the Various Manufactories of Sheffield by Joseph Smith, hardbound reprint by The Early American Industries Association, very good overall. (Photo)
128. Hardbound copy of THE WHEELWRIGHT'S SHOP by GEORGE STUART published in 1963 by CAMBRIDGE AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, the dust jacket has a few small tears, comes with owner-made clear covers, very good. (Photo)
129. Building Early America Proceedings of the Symposium Held at Philadelphia to Celebrate the 250th Birthday of the Carpenters Company of the City & County of Philadelphia hardbound 407-page book with dust jacket and having owner-made plastic covers, very good. (Photo)
130. THE HISTORY OF WOODWORKING TOOLS hardbound book by W.L. GOODMAN, some staining on two blank inside pages, the rest is very good. Comes with owner-made plastic covers. (Photo)
131. The Woodwright's Shop A Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft by Roy Underhill, 197-page softcover book, complete with owner-made plastic covers, very good overall. (Photo)
132. Original STANLEY tool guide, 38-page book of mini posters showing depicting such things as Sharpening Cabinet Scrapers, Butt Gauge, Block Plane, etc. Complete and very good. (Photo)
133. Ornate cast iron cover with hinged door that can be locked, the swinging door is marked on back L.H. R.103 and the frame is marked L.H. R.101, fine overall, condition. (Photo)
134. Sad iron stand or trivet with three legs, marked on front FEROSTEEL. CLEVELAND., some rust, very good overall. (Photo)
135. Cast iron stand or trivet for sad irons, has three legs, marked on front THE W.H. HOWELL CO. GENEVA ILL, complete and very good. (Photo)
136. Contemporary looking stand or trivet with three legs, has letter W and heart cast into top, unmarked on bottom. (Photo)
137. Pair of John Zimmerman Harner sad iron stands or trivets made by the Union Mfg. Co.: the first I SPEAK ENGLISH YET is like new; and the one on the right is marked DON'T TALK SO DUMB and on the back J.Z.H. 1952 and 18, both stands are complete and fine. (Photo)
138. John Zimmerman Harner sad iron stand or trivets made by the Union Mfg. Co.: marked I SPEAK ENGLISH YET on the front, and J.Z.H. 1952 19 on the back, it is like new. (Photo)
141. John Deere's Company: A History of Deere and Company and Its Times, hardcover, by Wayne G. Broehl Jr., has some wear to the dust jacket, but inside is just fine; an original Operator's Manual for a John Deere for a John Deere No. 0M-810-346 No. 5 caster wheel power mower; and a catalog of UCIMU Italian Machine Tools and attachments and machine tool parts. (Photo & Photo 2)
145. Lot of five tape measures including a 50-foot LUFKIN cloth tape in a leather case; 25-foot MECHANIC'S PAL cloth tape in a tin case; LUFKIN 25-foot steel tape in a leather case; LUFKIN 50-foot steel tape in a leather case; and a loose LUFKIN 50-foot cloth tape. (Photo & Photo 2)
147. Pair of tape measures: GERMAN-made steel tape in a Bakalite-type case marked on back W.E. OSBORN CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, PHONE 1180, NEW BRIGHTON PA., complete and fine; and a small DUNLAP steel tape in a tin or steel case, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
151. Pair of 8-inch screw adjusting nut wrenches: P.S.&W. with JAN. 14, 1896 patent date, wood handle split on one side, very good overall; and a COES all steel that needs a light cleaning, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
157. Unknown make outside caliper 28-inch capacity, compression joint, very good overall. (Photo)
158. Pair of cloth tape measures in tin cases: the larger one is a 75-foot Lufkin, the tape is worn, but the case is very good; and a smaller one is a LUFKIN 50-foot that is very good overall. (Photo)
159. Unknown make outside caliper, 28-inch capacity, former owner named SMITH stamped name into two different places, compression joint, some light rust, very good overall. (Photo)
160. Pair of cloth tape measures: The larger is a LUFKIN 66-foot, tape is worn, case is very good; and the smaller one is 50-foot HIBBARD. It has a slightly soiled tape and a fine case. (Photo)
161. Unusual 1-lb. brass plumb bob with steel tip and having a built-in knurled spool on top, very good. (Photo)
162. Large 2-lb. 9-oz. brass plumb bob with long steel tip, removable knurled top, numerous nicks and dings, good overall. (Photo)
163. Large 1-lb. 11-oz. brass plumb bob with steel tip, and having faint knurling on removable top, very good overall. (Photo)
164. Pair 8-inch trammels with brass bodies and steel tips and screws, very good overall. (Photo)
165. Lot of three different #68 4-fold boxwood rules: Stanley SW in NOS condition; Stanley BB in near new condition; and C-S Co. in fine overall condition. (Photo)
166. Three plier or plier-like tools: unknown type with one jaw curved and the other straight, plastic insulation on handles; hog-ring pinchers patented April 18, 1882 by Eber Major of Macon County, Illinois, these appear to be the type that makes a hog ring out of a horseshoe nail, very good; and a 7-inch plier with integral side cutter, marked DROP FORGED BRUNO WILL, GERMANY, very good. (Photo)
167. Pair of 5-inch T.G. Hall Patent (U.S. No. 209,677) cutting-nippers, one small chip in one of the cutting blades, good overall; plus a 6-inch MASTERENCH self-tightening pipe wrench, very good overall. (Photo)
168. Three plier or plier-like tools: 6-inch pair with round tapered jaws; 6-inch regular pliers; and 8-inch pair of mystery pliers similar to hog ringers. (Photo)
169. Combination tool that has a small hammer head, hatchet blade, screwdriver, plier, and tack lifter, some pitting on one side and hatchet blade is blunted from abuse; plus a pair of 6-inch jewelers? pliers with round tapered jaws. (Photo)
170. Lot of seven stamped steel wrenches, one marked INDIAN MOTOCYCLES; one marked 224 and letter M inside a diamond; and one marked WAKEFIELD No. 45. (Photo)
171. Large 10 1/2-inch CRONK marked fencing plier, wire cutter and hammer combination tool, fine overall. (Photo)
172. Pair of twist handle adjustable nut wrenches: 6-inch W&B ACME PAT FEB 27, '83, complete and fine; and an unmarked 6-inch that has a little light rust on handle, but is otherwise very good. (Photo)
173. BEMIS & CALL 10-inch NO. 80 crescent wrench, stamped HAPPY by previous owner, very good overall. (Photo)
174. Two adjustable pocket wrenches: unmarked 5.5-inch with wire loop handle, very good overall; plus a 5-inch ACME PAT FEB 27, '83. (Photo)
175. STILLSON 10-inch wood handled pipe wrench, wood is cracked but holding, good overall; plus a 6 1/2-inch P.S.&W. CLEVELAND wood handled nut wrench, very good. (Photo)
176. Two screw adjust nut wrenches: Vandegrift Patent (U.S. No. 589,765) 5 1/2-inch screw adjust nut wrench with open loop handle, complete and fine; and a 5-inch ACME PAT FEB 27, '83 5-inch pocket or bicycle wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)
177. Two screw adjust nut wrenches: TRIMO 8-inch wood handled nut wrench, pitted on both sides, but still in usable condition; plus a nice 7 1/2-inch Vandegrift Patent (U.S. No. 589,765) wood handled nut wrench, jaw slightly sprung. (Photo)
179. JOHN BELL PHILAD. wooden panel raising plane with nice W. BUTCHER blade, two fences, former owner M.BROWN stamped name in both sides, tote spur missing chunk from right side, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
180. Unusual iron plane for planning that would have been used in a chute board-type fixture to true up the bottoms of lead type in a print shop, this one has a fine rosewood tote and knob, and is in fine overall condition. (Photo & Photo 2)
181. Vaughan & Bushnell V&B #903 DROP FORGED smooth plane, with flat sides similar to a Stanley BEDROCK, nice original VANADIUM iron, tote is a rosewood (Stanley?) replacement, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
184. Pair of Stanley OH5 iron jack planes: one had grey bed, red cap iron, and red frog; the other had a maroon bed and yellow cap iron and frog, both have original TWO-TONE irons and are very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
186. Wooden framed buck saw, complete and very good. (Photo)
187. Large metal ammo-can type chest that was used to hold a rocket, marked "2.25 ROCKET CONTAINER MK2 MOD.0., 439195, 1 H.W.M. D.M.F. 1945," has two snap hasps on each side and one at each end for a total of six. The lid has a rubber seal, there is a fold-down handle on each end. These make great boxes for transporting heavy tools in. (Photo & Photo 2)
188. Wooden framed turning saw with rope strainer, complete and very good. (Photo)
190. Small S.W. CARD MFG. No. 0 tap handle in original wooden box with sliding lid, fine overall. (Photo)
191. Three bits for a Yankee screwdriver; two Phillips and one flat, all are fine. (Photo)
192. Small key with square socket for adjusting the strings on a musical instrument? (Photo)
193. Set of four flat bladed bits for a Yankee screwdriver, all are fine. (Photo)
194. Four bitstock tools including two countersinks, a screwdriver bit; flat bladed screwdriver, and what appears to be a chisel, all are very good. (Photo)
195. Set of 10 blades for a Stanley #45 or a #55 combination plow plane, all in good or better usable condition. (Photo)
196. Six STANLEY router bit selector wheels, all in fine to like new condition. (Photo)
197. Socketed steel billhook with some chipping on the cutting edge and a little rust, good overall. (Photo)
198. Unusual transitional-type cooper's croze plane with wooden body, iron blade holder, and brass clamp; complete and very good overall; plus a cast iron saw vise that could be screw down to a bench or table top, very good overall. (Photo)
199. Two hand forged iron tools; one is similar to a barking spud but a socket on the end, the socket has some damage, the business end is very good; and a large gouge that looks like it was dug out of the ground, this one is pitted and only suitable for decorating. (Photo)
200. Early spinning wheel bobbin and flyer, some chipping on the big end of the bobbin, good overall. (Photo)
201. Unusual TURBINE EGG BEATER PAT. ALLD., MFGD BY THE CASSADY FAIRBANK MFG CO. CHICAGO, very good overall. (Photo)
202. Pair of wooden handled cutters: on left is two-piece mahogany handle for a cutting or scraping blade, fine overall; and on the right is an antique dough cutter with curved blade, wooden handle held on by two rivets, the blade has light pitting, good overall. (Photo)
204. MAGIC tin grater PAT. JUNE 24, 1930, complete and very good. (Photo)
206. Kennedy metal machinist tool box, well worn and showing evidence of having had a hasp mounted on the front. There are bits and pieces in one drawer including a PRATT & WHITNEY inside mic. These metal boxes are great for hauling around tools like wrenches, rules, tape, etc., and it has lots of life in it for just such a purpose. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)
208. Small roof slater's trimming anvil used with a zaxe to cut slate shingles and even their ends; plus a tapered reamer sharpened on three sides, wooden handle split on one side, good overall. (Photo)
209. Very nice hand-forged food chopper. (Photo)
210. Loom shuttle bobbin, in very good overall condition, and a large steel spike that has a barbed point. (Photo)
211. Large drawknife with 8.75-inch cutting edge, needs cleaning, but is sharp and could be used right away. (Photo)
212. Three tool: nice hand forged hoof pick; small center bit; and a small corkscrew type tool. (Photo)
213. Scorp with nice wooden handles, some light surface rust, should clean to usable condition. (Photo)
214. Nice T auger with hand-forged bit; and a Continental-style brace with thumb-screw chuck that would take bits with special profiled tang, very good overall. (Photo)
215. Very nice hand forged bull lead. (Photo)
216. Stanley #16 Improved miter square with nice nickel plating, very good overall. (Photo)
217. Set of 6 FULLER open ended Metric wrenches in original plastic pouch. (Photo)
218. Lot of five rules: two zig zag; and three four-fold. (Photo)
219. Rifle cleaning kit for .22 caliber in a canvas pouch; plus a GOODELL-PRATT push drill, very good. (Photo)
220. Lot: 6-inch steel scale; CENTRAL tire tread gauge?; two packing pullers; WETERN AUTO set of feeler gauges; K-D No. 137 folding screwdriver kit, perfect for cycle tool kits. (Photo)
221. Lot of three pliers inc.: CHANNELLOCK #435 and XCELITE No. 41. (Photo)
222. Four FORD open ended automobile wrenches. (Photo)
223. Stanley #212-12-inch extension; and a Stanley #21 adjustable square complete with scribe and intact level, fine. (Photo)
224. Pair of wrenches: McKAIG-HATCH 9-inch adjustable automotive, complete and fine; and a BEMIS & CALL 8-inch wooden handled monkey wrench, complete and very good. (Photo)
225. Lot of four wrenches: MERCEDES-BENZ 0005810667 T-handled spark plug wrench with swivel head, fine; two stamped steel wrenches and pair of Ford-type wrenches. (Photo)
226. Lot: Wood handled 11.5-inch flat bladed screwdriver; STANLEY YANKEE NO. 45 push drill, complete and very good; and a small G.M. CO. L.I. CITY N.Y. eggbeater drill. (Photo)
227. MORRILL'S PATENT saw set; and a pair of hand powered hair clippers. (Photo)
229. Spittoon-shaped 12-volt automobile horn, LOUD! (Photo)
233. Lot: small steel plumb bob; small Wm. JOHNSON NEWARK N.J. cement trowel; head for a Stanley marking gage; and a plastic pouch with tiny adjust Crescent-type wrenches and a tool handle. (Photo)
234. Stanley #92 butt and rabbet gauge, complete and very good. (Photo)
235. NEW HOLLAND WINTER FIX screwdriver with interchangeable bits, like new, in original cardboard mailing tube. (Photo)
236. WIZARD CALCULATING MACHINE in original plastic pouch. (Photo)
237. Cast iron frog or toad painted red, marked DEMPSTER on bottom. (Photo)
238. Lot: three files; pack of Rocafix No. 4 staples; and a pouch of WIZARD allen wrenches. (Photo)
239. Three pair of scissors: the smalles is ROBESON CUTLERY CO.; and the other two are KEEN KUTTER. (Photo)
240. Three frogs for Stanley bench planes: #606 and two #605, all for early round sided planes, all three are very good. (Photo)
244. Four vintage kitchen gadgets: FOR PAT APPLD jar opener; DEC. 26, 1922 patent knife sharpener with wooden handle, very good overall; ROYAL PAT. JULY 17, 1925 knife sharpener?; and BOYLE PAT 7-13-25 cutter of some kind. (Photo & Photo 2)
245. Three hatchet heads: OVB broad hatchet; WARDS MASTER QUALITY lathing; and and a DIAMOND EDGE with adjustable stop, rough. (Photo)
246. Four vintage can openers: HANS HALVORSON SANDSTONE, MINN; A&J MADE IN U.S.A. with red painted wood handle; THE WOODS Pat. MARCH 5, 1901; and CENTAUR, wooden handled drilled with hang hole. (Photo & Photo 2)
247. Lot of plane parts including blade; lever cap, rosewood tote, and two tall knobs for Stanley #3 planes; a tapered MOULSON iron; sliding bevel with replaced 13-inch brass blade. (Photo)
248. Four vintage kitchen gadgets: DIXIE can opener and cork screw, PAT. No. 2,018,083; PAT APPLIED FOR can opener with wooden handle, very good; BOYE NEEDLE CO. CHICAGO AUG. 19, 1913 combination can and bottle opener; and a MADE IN GERMANY ignitor. (Photo & Photo 2)
249. Lot: three bottle openers, HAMM'S BEER; HAMM'S FROM THE LAND OF SKY BLUE WATER; and GLUEK PILSENER PALE; three button hooks one with ivory or bone handle; and a mystery tool that has a top like a button hook and a bottom that looks like a speed bit for wood, handle marked CLOVERLEAF CREAMERY CO. CHERRY 3691. (Photo & Photo 2)
250. Set of BUFF & BUFF JAMAICA PLAIN, MASS targets for a railroad track alignment system in their original wooden box. Such targets were attached to the track for the instrument man to view in the telescope. By moving the target down the track, they could raise or lower the track to take the bumps out. The telescope is found far more often than the targets. This is a fine set in a very good original box. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)
252. Three straight razors: J. WISS & SONS; JON ENGSTROM ESKILSTUNA SWEDEN in a felt pouch; and a GEORGE WOSTENHOLM & SON SHEFFIELD with chipped blade. (Photo)
255. Three straight razors: Keen Kutter box containing an H.BOKER GERMANY 2751 razor; J. HENCKLE'S TWINS WORKS SOLINGEN GERMANY box marked Gun Metal; and a WORCESTER RAZOR CO. WORCESTER, MASS with some rust and pitting on top of blade; plus an ivory or bone handled button hook. (Photo & Photo 2)
256. Two bottle openers: BUDWEISER and Hamm's; and a ring with four skeleton keys.
257. Lot: Small STOVER lace iron with rotted removable top; unusual sheath-type knife marked JAPAN; and a leather sheath marked Popular Mechanics.
258. Lot: HONER BLUES HARP harmonica; BUCKEYE W&M standard wire gage; COLUMBIAN STEEL TANK CO. KAN. CITY, MO. METAL GAGE.
263. McGILL HIGH SPEED CHANGER that would have been worn on a belt by a car hop, gas station attendant or others needing to make change quickly, J.L. GALER, NEW YORK, SOLE DISTRIBUTOR, this one is missing the trigger mech for the quarter slot, but the other four slots are complete and work fine. (Photo & Photo 2)
268. Stanley Rule & Level Co. #31 2-foot 2-fold boxwood shrink rule 1/8-inch per foot, typical wear except for a big chip from bottom edge on back, a scarce rule in good overall condition. (Photo)
269. Scarce Stanley #94 4-foot, 4-fold brass bound carriagemaker's rule, as usual the outside shows more wear than the inside, and the brass binding on one leg is loose at two of the rivets, very good overall. (Photo)
270. Stanley #15 2-foot, 2-fold boxwood and brass caliper rule with arched joint, some staining, early arched joints, owner's mark O. JENK, good overall. (Photo)
271. Stanley #34 1/4V 12-inch in like new condition. (Photo)
272. Stanley #34 1/2 12-inch boxwood rule, SW logo, very good overall. (Photo)
273. STANDARD RULE CO. No.1 2-foot, 2-fold boxwood rule with arched brass joint, a few small patches of staining, very good overall. (Photo)
274. STANLEY #036 combined 12-in. boxwood rule, level and bevel, light wear, the joint is a little loose, good overall, comes in a cloth bag. (Photo)
275. DOBBIE McINNES LTD. 3 3/4-inch boxwood rule marked 56 TO THE INCH, appears to be metric, like new. (Photo)
276. Stanley #83C 24-inch 4-fold boxwood rule, like new except for TOM FINCH engraving his name in the brass joint. (Photo)
277. Early Stanley Rule & Level Co. #78 1/2 two-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule with double arched joints, good overall. (Photo)
278. Stanley #73 1/4 two-foot, 2-fold boxwood rule, SW logo, later style arched joint, some light staining, very good overall. (Photo)
279. STANLEY No. 7 BLIND MAN'S two-foot, 2-fold boxwood rule with extra large numbers, some wear to the outside, very good overall. (Photo)
280. Stanley #70 two-foot, 2-fold boxwood rule over cleaned and slightly stained, good overall; plus a Stanley #73 two-foot brass-bound 4-fold rule, one leg cracked all the way thru, some staining, good overall. (Photo)
281. Stainless Executive Pocket Pal 8-inch, 2-fold rule and bevel with protractor joint, fine overall. (Photo)
282. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE DIAMOND EDGE watch fob and leather strap, complete and fine. (Photo)
283. Lot: Two Coleman funnels for fueling up a cook stove, lantern or sad iron, both very good; plus a two sink strainers?; glass and porcelain door knobs and a NOS KEEN KUTTER No. 1224-3 SPECIAL FLEXIBLE 12-inch hack saw blade. (Photo)
284. Lot: folding tool chest handle in gray paint; SEPT. 13, 1910 PAT. can and jar opener; tire tread gauge; wooden box with six twist drill bits; and a WESTERN AUTO 4H2548 Spark Plug socket 13/16-inch or 14mm, is turned using a screwdriver. (Photo)
285. Lot: Lincoln's Silver Dollar Montana wooden tooth pick holder; ATTWOOD bottle stopper; CHARM pencil sharpener; a smaller pencil sharpener; ACME VALVE CAPS tine box; copper screen; and a multi tool with collet chuck and 5 assorted tools. (Photo)
286. Lot: two whistles; a lead figure; a small seated lead man that was probably part of an old toy; Girl Scout compass, etc. (Photo)
287. Lot of nine little screwdrivers plus two misc. bits. (Photo)
288. Lot of misc. Two unused MINE IS BIGGER THAN YOURS pencils from MIDWEST FEED CO. Hutchinson, KS,; one NOS HN pencil; DIXON lumber crayon; small hammer with homemade wooden handle, and a Stanley nail set. (Photo)
289. SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE (St. Louis) DIAMOND EDGE watch fob, fine overall. (Photo)
290. Lot: JOHN DEERE TY3162 and TY3161 swivel sockets; an IH (International Harvester) keychain screwdriver; GENERAL #00 junior circle cutter IOB; OMEGA 6-foot metric and inch tape measure; WESTERN GERMANY tape measure in green plastic case, etc. (Photo)
291. Two 6 1/2-inch wood handled nut wrenches: COES, complete and very good; and a P.S.&W. STRONGHOLD, handle cracked about 1/2-inch on one side, very good overall. (Photo)
292. Two implement wrenches: 9-inch malleable iron R121 also marked C, complete and very good; plus an 8 1/2-inch International Harvester 1059B complete and very good. (Photo)
293. Veterinary 10-inch dental forceps, very good overall; and a pair of Strong Patent (U.S. No. 1,069,041) WEED chain pliers for automobile tire chains, very good. (Photo)
294. Two implement wrenches: International ZA810 9-inch very good overall; and a 10 1/4-inch P&O CO. CANTON ILL, 4129, complete and very good. (Photo)
295. Unusual 8 1/2-inch pliers with three jaws, screwdriver at end of one handle and tack lifter at end of other handle; plus a pair of 8-inch nippers. (Photo)
296. Pair of 6 1/2-inch hand-forged nippers; and a cobblers lasting plier with hammer. (Photo)
297. Unknown purpose 6-inch plier-like tool, marked THE JAQUETTE CO. PHILA PA pair of 6-inch nippers; and a pair of 9 1/2-inch KANT-SLIP APRIL 27, 1920 & AUGUST 2, 1921 Patent slip-joint type pliers made by the A.D. WRENCH & TOOL CO. BARABOO, WISC, complete and fine. (Photo)
298. Unusual 10-inch pair of fencing pliers with built-in hammer head, staple puller and wire cutter, some mild pitting, good overall; and a pair of 14 1/2-inch Hill's Patent hog tongs, complete with traces of original red paint, some mild pitting to exposed surfaces, very good. (Photo)
305. W&B 15-inch wooden handled pipe/nut combination wrench, wood handle cracked, otherwise very good overall. (Photo)
306. International Harvester 12-inch P1599 with numbers and IH logo embossed into one side, in original red paint, complete and fine. (Rathbone Vol. 1, p.255) (Photo)
307. Monarch 13-inch ratchet drill by Keystone Mfg. Buffalo, NY, very good overall. (Photo)
308. International Harvester ZA810/IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) 9.25-inch pitman wrench, number embossed vertically, fine overall. (Photo)
309. Two 12-inch wooden handled, screw-adjusting nut wrenches; one by W&B and one by GIRARD, both very good. (Photo)
310. International Harvester 1059B/IHC logo, 8.5-inch implement wrench with six openings, complete and very good overall. (Photo)
311. Hand forged axel nut wrench, fits 2 1/4-inch nuts, used to remove axel nuts from a horse-drawn buggy or wagon wheels, 10.5-inches long overall, very good. (Photo)
312. M182 (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) 9-inch implement wrench, complete and very good; and an unmarked buggy or vehicle wrench. (Photo)
313. FAMOUS OHIO - J276 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio), 9.5-inch implement wrench, very good. (Photo)
314. Lot of four planes: shipwright's jack rabbet with an applied wooden sole, intact blade and nickers, just needs a good cleaning; Ohio Tool Co. #82 tongue cutter missing the fence; a FULTON smoother that just needs a cleaning; and a #113 compass plane that is missing the lever cap and rear handle, but otherwise is intact. (Photo)
315. Early wooden instrument clamp (some bug holes) and a chalk line by EASTMAN'S ALWAYS READY CHALK LINE SEYMOUR CONN. (Photo)
316. Blacksmith's-type double caliper, complete and very good. (Photo)
317. Spring caliper with integral spring, no makers mark visible, very good overall. (Photo)
318. Deep throated Millers Falls fret saw with May 23, 1876 patent date, just needs a blade, very good overall; wooden handled screwdriver; and a small iron lid lifter? (Photo)
319. BRIDGEPORT crate opener, missing the hammer head; a cast iron fish scaler; and a nice wooden spokeshave. (Photo)
320. Unusual TAPIN MFG NEW BRITAIN CONN. hand cranked egg beater, needs a good cleaning, but there is no visible damage.
321. Unusual adjustable hack saw, needs a light cleaning, very good.
322. Early can opener with wooden handle and brass ferrule, very good.
323. Unusual gouge like tool with integral iron handle terminating in big knob; and a CRONK-type 10-inch pair of fencing pliers, good overall.
324. Stanley #193 fiberboard beveling plane in a owner-made wooden box. Appears to be complete with replacement long rods, very good overall.
325. Unusual auto tire inflation kit for FORD MODEL T cars, the wrench that is included was used to remove a spark plug, the hose was then screwed into the spark-plug hole and compression of the motor was used to fill the tire. This one is complete with the original wrench with FORD logo, and pressure gauge, very nice.
326. Stanley #194 fiberboard beveling plane, complete and very good.
327. Large rosewood Stanley tool handle with handle full of bits, fine overall.
328. Lot of four iron block planes: two Stanley; one Craftsman, and one that has made in USA cast into bed, and an early Stanley Rule & Level Co. blade.
329. Three iron block planes: Stanley #110; Craftsman (Stanley); another Craftsman (Stanley) and a DIAMOND EDGE 3/8-inch socket chisel.
330. Three bottle openers including MILLER HIGH LIFE; Budweiser KING OF BEERS; and HAMM'S. (Photo)
331. Wallpaper hanger's plumb bob, plus a small screwdriver that mounts to a keychain. (Photo)
332. DEWEY MASON'S CEMENT line pin; COLONIAL USA multi bladed pocket knife; IDEAL K CO. USA single-bladed knife with purple plastic handles; and a RICHARDS SHEFFIED ENGLAND pipe tool with knife blade, tamper and pick, very good. (Photo)
333. Two shoe horns: Nunn-Bush ANKLE-FASHIONED; and CHICAGO MAIL ORDER CO.; plus a large stained glass COLA bottle opener made in TAIWAN. (Photo)
334. Lot of four belt buckles: horn or bone with ram's head on front; AMINCO SOLID BRASS TAIWAN; SAN FRANCISCO CABLE CAR CLAY ST. HILL CAR & DUMMY 1873 (needs repair on back); and KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL 2022. (Photo)
335. PEXTO 8-inch drawknife, good usable condition; and a PEXTO 400 10-inch ratchet brace, very good overall. (Photo)
336. Three belt buckles: NATIONAL FINALS RODEO 1977 HESSTON LIMITED EDITION; Montezuma TEQUILA; and TEXAS CBI HOUSTON OPERATIONS. (Photo)
337. Unusual KEEN KUTTER handled scraper with unmarked blade, nice wooden handle, very good overall. (Photo)
338. SIMMONS HARDWARE ST. LOUIS, MO sheath-type knife with plastic or composite handle marked K in the center, nice brass bolster/finger guard, very good overall. (Photo)
339. Three hammers including a nice Keen Kutter tack or upholster's hammer. (Photo)
340. Lot of four hammer heads. (Photo)
341. Lot: GOODELL ice pick with wooden handle, fine; MILTON tire pressure gauge; PELOUZE hanging fish scale; small hammer with pick and screwdriver inside handle; and a B&R M'F'G Co. NEW YORK spring loaded dime coin holder or dispenser.
342. Lot of four tools: DIAMALLOY GG010 10-inch nippers; CRESCENT TOOL CO. T47 7-inch tin snips; ATF 5-inch pliers; and KRAEUTER 5-inch side cutters.
343. Small nut cracker with squirrel on top, very good.
344. Lot: SINGER BUTTONHOLER Part No. 160506, lot of four IOB; and three tape measures BILLS SEWING MACHINES & THE VAC DOC; CO OP Best Deal in the Country; and a spring loaded MADE IN KOREA tape IOB.
345. Three pliers: H. BOKER & CO. TL13A with cutter and wire stripper on side; unknown make chain spreading pliers; and unknown make side cutters.
346. Medium sized brass plumb bob with knurled body, removable top, very good overall. (Photo)
347. Medium sized brass plumb bob with removable knurled top, typical nicks an dings, very good overall. (Photo)
348. Three surveyor-type brass plumb bobs: unknown make with steel tip and removable knurled top; and two unknown make bobs with steel tips. (Photo)
349. Large brass trammels with 8-inch steel points, 11 inches long overall, FINE. (Photo)
350. W.F.&John BARNES N0 7 IMPROVED large size scroll saw, this example is a Type 5 which were made from 1889 to 1935. This one has a later composite belt, original table No. 7994. When the photos were taken, the pitman arm was removed. It was cracked but has since been glued and reinstalled. This is a complete saw and is in usable condition. (Photo & Photo 2)
358. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: L299 with Link Belt's dogbone logo (New Idea Spreader Co. - Coldwater, Ohio) 9-inch open ended, very good; plus a B573 (Superior Drill Co.) 8.5-inch, complete and fine. (Photo & Photo 2)
359. Lot of six Mossberg stamped or pressed-steel open ended nut wrenches: 294; 264; 263; 252; 235; and 224, all are very good. (Photo)
360. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: 23407 wrench with three openings on each end 9.25-inches long, fine; and a 9.75-inch open ended nut wrench marked on one side X15, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)
361. Lot of two nickel plated Mossberg wrenches: #635 Auto-type lug wrench; and #490 double ended alligator, both are fine. (Photo)
362. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: OHIO CHILLED NEW IMPERIAL (B & G Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) 9.75-inch, needs a light cleaning, very good overall; and a D304 (Eureka Mower Co. - Utica, New York) 9-inch, complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)
363. Lot of six Mossberg socket wrenches including one with ratchet: #623; 624; 627; 630; 2149; and 677. (Photo)
364. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: W.P. Co. (Wiard Plow Co. Batavia, NY) 9.75 inch open on one end and having a square box on the other, very good overall; and a WP CO 94 (Wiard Plow Co. Batavia, NY) 11-inch, some pitting, very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
365. Three Mossberg screw-adjust nut wrenches: A-6; A-8; and A-80. The A-80 has mild pitting, and the other two have light rust. (Photo)
366. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: AJAX & SUPERIOR (Rock Island Plow Co.) 9-inch, several nicks and dings on the handle, looks like someone was hammering something with it, good overall; and a MOLINE DRILL A1037, 8.75-inch (R1-332) complete and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)
367. Six pliers or plier-like tools: CRAFTSMAN tin snips; BARRETT'S mystery tool; KANT-SLIP APRIL 27, 1920 & AUGUST 2, 1921 Patent slip-joint type pliers made by the A.D. WRENCH & TOOL CO. BARABOO, WISC, pitted; KRAEUTER 1660 6-inch needle nose pliers; UTICA needle nose pliers with light pitting; and an unmarked 4-inch plier. (Photo)
368. Pair of implement or farm wrenches: 380875 axel-type with hex opening, 10-inch, light rust, very good; and a 7-inch with multiple openings at both ends, letters RT and and upside L are in middle of handle, unusual and very good. (Photo & Photo 2)
369. Five pairs of pliers and small cutters: WISS #625 5-inch curved scissors with intact spring; KLEIN TOOLS #209-5C side cutter, very good; BOKER 5-inch needle nose with light pitting; unknown make 6-inch pliers with long flat jaws; and a KRAUTER? long duck billed pliers with light pitting. (Photo)
373. Unusual wooden pump drill, the wooden weight in the middle has been broken in half and repaired, no bit installed, good overall. (Photo)
376. Hide scraper 26 1/2 inches long overall with a 15 1/2-inch blade, complete and fine. (Photo)
378. Stanley #29 20-inch prelateral transitional jointer plane with faint eagle stamped in toe, L. BAILEY PAT chipbreaker, tote broken and glued, former owner put name in top of stock, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
380. Nicely embossed KELLY FLINT EDGE CHARLESTON, WV hatchet, handle is a newer replacement, very good. (Photo)
381. Two kitchen gadgets: Jar lifter with wooden handle for removing hot caning jars, very good; and a combination jar and can opener, some light rust, PAT. SEPT 13, 1910. (Photo)
382. Two button tools: the smaller one marked THE HEATON PENINSULAR BUTTON FASTENER CO. #20; and the larger one is unmarked, both are complete and very good. (Photo)
383. long handled lead ladle and a small soldering iron with wooden handle. (Photo)
384. Lot: three tined serving fork; and four pair of vintage hair curlers. (Photo)
385. Pair of kitchen gadgets: A&J DOUGH BLENDER TO BLEND FLOUR WITH SHORTENING, complete with nice wooden handle, fine overall; and PAT APPLD FOR JAR SEALER by ? SPEC. CO. MPLS. (MINN), very good. (Photo)
386. SQUIRREL NUT CRACKER ALEX WOLDERT CO. PAT'D MAY 13, 1913, TYLER, TEX AND CHICAGO, in fine overall condition.
387. Lot including two different sized air pumps; and a patented can opener with lever and rack adjustment PAT AUG. 18, 1903 and DEC. 8, 1903, complete and fine.
388. Lot of five bottle openers: from top to bottom: Hamms From the land of sky blue waters; DRINK SCHMIDT'S CITY CLUB BEER; GLUEK BRG. CO. MINNEAPOLIS MINN; FRIENDLY GRAIN BELT; Meister Brau PETER HAND BREWERY CO.
389. Lot: Skate key; button hook; nail file; George Washington Memorial souvenir letter opener; folding cork screw; and wooden handled gimlet.
390. Lot of seven bottle openers: Schmidt's City Club Beer, pitted on one side; Schmidt The Brew that Grew with the Great Northwest; Hamm's Beer From the land of sky blue waters; Pabst Blue Ribbon; Thirsty? Leinkugel's BEER; GLUEK PILSENER PALE; and STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS rust on one side.
391. Two hanging scales: one a 50-lb. OT HOUSEHOLD SCALE hanging spring scale; the other is an unusual hanging scale with paper labels on each side that are soiled and hard to read, one shows a 10-lb. capacity. (Photo)
392. Lot of six bottle openers: Hamms From the land of sky blue waters; Hamm's BEER SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR HAMM'S NEW EASY-OPEN ALUMINUM TOPS; Pabst Blue Ribbon; EVEREADY PRESTONE QUICK & EASY CANCO OPENER; BUDWEISER KING OF BEERS; and FRIENDLY GRAIN BELT. (Photo)
393. Lot: small tin dustpan; PEARL lemon squeezer; broken straight razor and a mystery tool marked THE ROLLER MILL, 50 CENTS A YEAR, BUFFALO N.Y. (Photo)
394. Two shoe horns and three bottle openers: two QUALITY wear-u-well SHOES shoe horns; and HEILMAN'S OLD STYLE LAGER; GLUEK BRG. CO. MINNEAPOLIS MINN; and one FOR BEER IN CANS MARKED CANCO KEGLINED, FOR OPENING Schmidt's City Club BEER. (Photo)
395. Lot: saw set; slitter and beading blade for a Stanley #45; saw file; small level that attaches to a square; and an unusual aluminum razor knife marked ARMSTRONG'S NOTCHED BLADE KNIFE. (Photo)
396. Lot of four bottle openers, a beer knife; and a beer saver bottle cap; openers by MANKATO BREWING CO.; MILLER HIGH LIFE BEER; an unmarked combination knife sharpener and opener; DODSON'S SOUTH SIDE SALVAGE & SUPPLY 107 CEDAR AVE. SO, MINNEAPLIS; a small GRAIN BELT keychain bottle opener and knife; and an unmarked beer or pop saver with rubber gasket. (Photo)
397. Lot: large aluminum tea steeper; stamped or pressed steel wrench; fish scaler; and DRESDEN MFG LONG BEACH, CALIF magnet in a plastic case. (Photo)
398. Lot: SWEET CLOVER CONDENSED MILK spoon; wooden salad spoon, and a HULTAFORS LONDON meter zig zag rule. (Photo)
402. Lot of seven vintage safety razors including two by DIAMOND; STAR; GEM; and a KING that is 22K gold plated. (Photo)
403. Two belt buckles: one marked PICES and the other has two white handled revolvers, both very good. (Photo)
404. Lot including a STARR 1925 Drink Coca Cola bottle opener that would be mounted to a bar or cooler, it's been painted over and needs stripping; a wooden handled cork screw BAYA WINE & LIQUOR STORE 95 EAST 10th St., NEW YORK CITY; a an early ink eraser or manicure tool.
405. Scarce Stanley #44 bit & square level, complete and fine.
406. Primitive wheelwright's traveler with tin wheel. (Photo)
407. Unusual cast iron lap anvil for cracking nuts? (Photo)
408. Shot or sand filled leather bag used by silver and copper smiths to shape thin pieces. (Photo)
409. Nice reversible and ratcheting chain drill, a few patches of light rust, very good overall; plus a gents or penny brace that would take flat-tanged bits, includes two center and one gimlet bits with the proper tang, the screw that secures the bit has been replaced by a hex bolt. (Photo)
410. Stanley #90 cabinetmakers bullnose rabbet plane, some chipping where the top meets the bottom, but still in very good usable condition. (Photo)
411. McClellan Patent (U.S. 661,419) Universal (corner) Brace, the only fault I can find with this one is with the way the stock is attached to the main frame, there is usually U-shaped bolt and wing nut, but this one has had the stock riveted with somewhat crude rivets, it is otherwise complete with nice cocobolo handles, and intact chuck. (Photo)
412. Tail handled mini block plane similar to Stanley 100 1/2 with bottom radiused in both directions, perfect for instrument makers, very good overall; plus a Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, BB logo blade, complete and very good. (Photo)
413. Small surgeon's bone saw with radiused blade, complete and fine. (Photo)
414. Stanley #79 Type I side rabbet plane, some light pitting, one of the removable skates is chipped at the bottom, still in usable condition. (Photo)
415. Stanley #80 iron cabinet scraper in original box bottom with instruction sheet, near new condition. (Photo)
416. Metallic Plane Company 9-inch smooth plane with adjustable throat and adjustable pitch of the iron, top of tote MIA, otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)
417. Keen Kutter K5 14-inch iron jack plane with nice rosewood tote and knob, complete and very good. (Photo)
418. Metallic Plane Company 20-inch fore or jointer plane, this is the model that has an adjustable throat and a variable pitch blade adjustment, several patches of light pitting, the bolt holding the tote on is an improper replacement that goes all the way thru the bed, the plane is otherwise complete and very good. (Photo)
419. VARVILL & SON YORK wedge-arm plow plane with ivory scales inlaid into the arms, brass stiffener, screw operated depth stop, and brass tips on ends of arms, with proper blades this one will be just fine. (Photo)
420. Two dowel or spoke pointers; one by C.N. STEARNS SYRACUSE, NY for use in a brace; the other with a 9/16-inch round rod welded onto the top for use in a machine; plus a fixed hollow auger with rust and light pitting. (Photo)
421. Two tape measures; one LUFKIN 75-foot cloth tape in a beat up brass case; and a Keuffel & Esser 100-foot FAVORITE WYTEFACE steel tape complete and fine. (Photo)
422. Lot: three CARBORUNDUM sharpening stones in leather or imitation leather pouches plus a L.S. STARRETT steel drill and wire gauge. (Photo)
423. BOYLE BRAND rule fixture with level vial, adjustable bevel blade, complete and very good. (Photo)
424. Two small #2H Yankee HANDYMAN ratcheting screwdrivers, one with black handle and one white, both very good. (Photo)
425. LUFKIN 100-foot steel tape measure in a nice leather case; plus two refill tapes IOB, a STANLEY 34-349 and a 100-foot steel tape in a tatty box.
426. Lot: Yankee #41 push drill; UTILITY STEEL ratcheting srewdriver; Stanley #117 awl; small flat bladed screwdriver like those that came with Stanley #45 & #55 planes; and a a RATCHET SOCKET TOOL with a hex opening, PAT. NO. 2,989,881.
427. Stanley #37 JENNY that has been modified for rabbeting, whoever did it, did a nice job. (Photo)
428. Brass copy of an early Stanley #180 rabbet plane, complete with the vine decorations cast into the handles, iron made from 1/2 of a Stanley block plane blade, very good overall. (Photo)
429. Stanley #180 iron rabbet plane 1 1/2-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)
430. Stanley #67 Universal spoke shave with round bottom, early STANLEY RULE & LEVEL logo blade, nice rosewood handles, very good overall. (Photo)
431. Homemade brass spoke shave with 1 3/4-inch blade, very good overall. (Photo)
432. Late model Stanley #79 side rabbet plane MADE IN USA, with adjustable fence, BB logo blades, fine overall. (Photo)
433. Stanley Bailey EXCELSIOR-style 6-inch block plane, some light pitting on one side, few chips at rear of throat, good overall. (Photo)
434. Alford's Patent hand vise with rosewood handle, very good overall. (Photo)
435. Lot of four wrenches: IH D73G, complete and fine; unknown make 6.75-inch open end and hex box; small 4-inch dog bone; and a CRAFTSMAN #4117 ratcheting screwdriver, rusted and locked up.
436. Two wrenches: 5Z210 (Ford) offset open end for flywheel cap screw, very good; and a FORD 5-Z-2030 T-handled hex socket, both very good.
437. Lot of four 10-inch Crescent-type nut wrenches: SCHOLLER; CRESCENT CRESTOLOY; FORGED ALLOY STEEL USA; and WIZARD, all in good or better usable condition.
438. Unusual 10.25-inch socket marked 23, having a hex opening on one end and a small square socket on the other end.
439. Swedish 12-inch Crescent-type, very good overall.
440. Unknown make #13073 with a star logo, 11-inch double open end with a male hex. Only the second we've seen of this orphan.
441. Unusual automotive lug wrench marked MARION, first we've seen of this one.
442. Lot of four 10-inch Crescent-type nut wrenches: BARCALO MODEL-N10; WALDEN WORCESTER; 2088 CURO-CHROME USA.; and CLICK-STOP PATENTED Vichek CLEVELAND.
443. Unusual TRIMO PERFECT HANDLE 10-inch wood handled pipe wrench, very good overall.
444. RUSSWIN 8-inch screw-adjust PERFECT HANDLE nut wrench, complete and fine.
445. "PERFECT HANDLE" TRIMONT MFG. CO. 8-inch screw adjust nut wrench, complete and fine.
446. "PERFECT HANDLE" TRIMONT MFG. CO. 8-inch screw adjust nut wrench, some pitting making the logo hard to see, good wood and works OK.
447. Two hardbound books: MECHANICAL DRAWING, HAWKINSÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ SELF HELP FOR HOME STUDY copyright 1902, very good; and DIE DESIGN HANDBOOK AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TOOL ENGINEERS, 1955, a few tears to dust jacket, inside is fine.
448. Two books: McWANE CAST IRON PIPE COMPANY Birmingham, Alabama, General Catalog No. 53, with semi-hard covers, very good overall; and ACCURATE TOOL WORK by GOODRICH & STANLEY first edition, second impression 1908, very good overall.
449. MACHINE SHOP Theory and Practice book by Albert M. Wagener and Harlan R. Arthur, second edition March 1950, hardcover, very good overall.
450. Two books: Thomas Jefferson And American Democracy by Max Beloff 1948, very good overall; and John Edison Sweet by Albert W. Smith 1925, one of the blank pages inside has had a piece cut from it, otherwise very good.
451. Two pair of pliers: 10-inch fencing pliers with two hammer faces; and 9.5-inch with side cutters, very good.
452. Pair of wrenches: 7.5-inch combination tool including hammer, plier; tack lifter, bottle opener, and wrench, fine overall; and a LANG 8-15 BIKE WRENCH U.S. DESIGN PAT. 276,124, complete and fine.
453. Lot of four wrenches: Williams 6.5-inch pin spanner; SAFE-T-LAWN 5.25-inch HIALEAH FLORIDA spanner on one end hex socket on other, fine; unmarked 5.25-inch with offset hex end; and three open ends on other, some rust; and a 5.25-inch brass? open end with hex pin on end of handle.
454. Pair of multi tools that include wenches: UNBREAKABLE G.M. CO. L.I. CITY, N.Y. quick adjust nut wrench, hammer, tack lifter, fine; and a combination mini hatchet, plier, hammer, screwdriver and tack lifter, very good.
455. Combination pocket knife and Crescent-type nut wrench, plastic handle missing from one side, otherwise good.
456. Four 6-inch Crescent wrenches: McKAIG-HATCH; KRAEUTER 31-6; W.T. GRANT 11056; and UTICA TOOLS 91-6, all in very good usable condition.
457. Large 10.5-inch fencing plier with staple claw, wire cutter, plier and hammer face, little light rust.
458. Three pair of CRONK pliers, the two smaller pair are marked, all very good.
459. Two wrenches inc. BONNEY VIXEN double ended alligator with thread chasers in the handle, very good overall; plus a 7-inch GRACO.
460. Three wrenches: two unmarked single open ends; and a BARCALO BUFFALO drop forged 3/4 and 5/8.
461. Two wrenches and an unknown-make 17-inch pry bar; 16-inch double ended socket wrench marked 5084 FITS FORD MAIN BEARINGS, very good; and a 15.75-inch #1294 open end.
462. Three wrenches: SUPERIOR WRENCH CO. 13-inch self-tightening pipe wrench that has been sand blasted and needs oil; a folding lug wrench; and a HOE CORP. 10-inch PATENTED FEB. 21, 1922, very good.
463. Two wrenches: 11-inch with multiple openings in old green paint; and one that looks like a starter crank that has a square socket on one end, and a beat up hex socket on the other.
464. Self-adjusting 17-inch pipe wrench, can make out the CHICAGO and the last part of the patent date '96, some light pitting.
465. RHINO 14-inch self-adjusting Brintnall PAT. 143,898 RHINO WRENCH CO. DENVER, minor pitting on one side.
466. CRAFT 14-inch self-adjusting, PAT 1907, very good overall.
467. Two screw adjust nut wrenches: 14-inch with open loop handle, needs cleaning, very good overall; and a 12.5-inch BILLINGS, has a cracked strap on back of moveable jaw, otherwise very good.
468. Box of plane bodies: Stanley #6 with frog; #4, #3, #140 block plane body, and bodies of assorted other makes.
469. Old wooden barrel 22-inches long and about 49-inches around at the widest point, with steel rings, has been coated varnish or lacquer, very good overall, would make a nice decoration for the porch or the man cave.
470. Lot of nine Stanley plane bodies including a #5, #4, #220 (2); early style #110, etc., plus a complete late model Stanley low angle block plane.
471. E.P. JOHNSON RULE MFG. CO. 6-inch, two-fold caliper rule with protractor joint, PAT. JAN. 8, 1907, german silver, very good overall. (Photo)
472. STANDARD RULE CO. UNIONVILLE CONN. two-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule with log tables on the inside, nice arched joint, good overall. (Photo)
473. Unusual brass scale that goes from 1 to 5 on one side and 5 to 10 on the other, each increment is 1 3/16 inch and each is divided into ten parts, metric?, very good overall. (Photo)
474. Worn #92 1/2 ivory and German silver 4-fold rule, has a brass repair on one leg at the joint, good overall. (Photo)
475. Unusual 6-inch, two-fold boxwood and brass caliper rule, too worn to make out the makers name or model number. (Photo)
476. Worn #92 1/2 ivory and German silver 4-fold rule, outside is yellowed and too worn to read inside is legible, good overall. (Photo)
477. Stanley #69 12-inch, four-fold boxwood rule, very good overall. (Photo)
478. Worn 12-inch 4-fold ivory and German silver caliper rule, outside too worn to read, inside legible, good overall. (Photo)
479. Stanley #36 six-inch, 2-fold caliper rule, SW logo, complete and very good. (Photo)
480. Worn No. 94 1/4 ivory and German silver 12-inch, four-fold rule, outside too worn to read, inside has nice arched joint and numbers are legible, good. (Photo)
481. LUFKIN #171 (36) 6-inch, two-fold caliper rule, very good. (Photo)
482. Unknown make 6-inch, two-fold boxwood and brass caliper rule, marked DAMAGED on one side, very good overall. (Photo)
483. Sargent or Millers Falls double ended block plane with Stanley DEFIANCE blade, some light rust, will clean to very good overall. (Photo)
484. THE CLEVELAND TWIST DRILL CO. copper drill index, very good overall. (Photo)
485. Unusual glazer's hammer with rotating head, used to drive glazing points into wooden window frames to secure the glass. (Photo)
486. Millers Falls #68 double ended iron block plane, complete and very good. (Photo)
487. Powder horn with length of chain. (Photo)
488. Wooden handled bearing scraper; and a nightstick, slap jack or similar object with broken leather strap.
489. Unusual PAT APPLD meat tenderizer with wooden handle, very good overall.
490. WILLIAM JOHNSON NEWARK NEW JERSEY iron dibble for garden work, fine.
491. RIDGELY'S Patent wall paper trimmer; and a very good file card.
492. Scarce cast iron display rack for harness, these would have been found in country stores and used in stables to hang harness items from, complete and fine. (Photo)
493. H&D CHICAGO nickel plated emasculator, some light pitting where rust has been removed, good overall condition. (Photo)
494. Heller Brothers Feb. 3, 1903 Patent hoof pick, complete and fine. (Photo)
495. Vintage C.S. OSBORNE & CO. rosewood handled leather slitter or channeler with brass head and brass ferrule, the leather loop at the end of the handle needs to be replaced, otherwise fine, plus a KRAEUTER 3/8-inch leather punch, very good. (Photo)
496. Oxbow pin, complete and very good. (Photo)
497. Unusual E.E. BREWSTER'S PATNET (U.S. 282,609) rein holder, has 80%+ original japanning, made on a patent issued AUG. 7, 1883 to Edward Brewster of Holly, Michigan, spring loaded, fine overall. (Photo)
498. Oxbow pin, complete and very good. (Photo)
499. Lot of three horseshoes including two that look like they were dug up; and five corrective shoes.
500. Antique German or Vienna-style regulator wall clock circa 1890s, runs great, no makers mark visible but the wooden case is marked VII and the back of the works has the number 27450. This one chimes on the half hour and strikes the hours, has initials R A on the face of the pendulum, comes with a key, a nice old clock in nice running condition. (Photo & Photo 2 & Photo 3)
501. Lot: wooden handled screw starter; mini screwdriver; wooden handled bearing scraper; reamer?; inside outside caliper that has been coated with clear lacquer; and a tracing wheel. (Photo)
502. Lot: two hooks with wooden handles; gimlet; ratcheting screwdriver; scissors; souvenir spoon; small corkscrew; stone that fits into an electric drill; small shave; and a level that attaches to a square. (Photo)
503. Sliding bevel with rosewood handle and 8-inch blade, some pitting; and an unmarked wooden marking gage. (Photo)
504. Two brass tools; one has a hammer at one end. (Photo)
505. Four wood handled knives and a small trowel-like tool; one knife has a handle advertising BROWN HARDWARE CO. MARENGO, IOWA, EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN MAJESTIC RANGES; HAND SEPARATORS, AND GASOLINE ENGINES. (Photo)
506. Lot: WARD socket chisel; small BUTCHER gouge; gimlet; set of thread gauges; spring clip; and two cast iron pieces.
507. Lot: cutter with spring-loaded handles, some pitting; CRESCENT TOOL CO. 654 needle nose pliers; STILLMAN'S Patent saw set with little pitting; and a comb with metal teeth and wooden handle, marked PAT.APL'D.FOR.
508. Lot: tack lifter with offset handle; cobbler's lasting pliers; DASCO hammer and chisel; and a hatchet hammer combo tool in old red paint with broken handle.
509. Lot: Screwdriver advertising IOWA STATE BANK, FORT MADISON, IOWA; patented can opener; and an INDESTRO CHICAGO 7/16-inch and 5/16 combination wrench.
510. CHARLES DENBY CIGARS 5c and LA FENDRICH CIGARS 5c, cigar box hammer, complete and very good.
511. HIBBARD steel tool handle full of different bits, very good overall.
512. Two advertising pieces: clip COMPLIMENTS AMERICAN STEEL & WIRE CO. ZINC INSULATED FENCE in orange paint; and a tape measure GEO. W. COLE GRAIN CO. Established 1855, PEORIA (and) BUSHNELL ILLINOIS, very good.
513. Stanley #81 two-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule with nice arched joint and having logging tables on the inside, a few very small stains, clean and in very good overall condition. (Photo)
514. Stanley #62 1/2 brass-bound, 2-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule, SW logo, clean and very good overall. (Photo)
515. Stanley Rule & Level Co. #78 1/2 brass-bound 2-foot, 4-fold boxwood rule with double arched joints, clean and very good overall. (Photo)
516. J.RABONE & SONS boxwood & brass rope caliper, complete and fine. (Photo)
517. Stanley #32 boxwood 1-foot, 4-fold caliper rule, complete and fine. (Photo)
518. DOBBIE McINNES LTD. 2 1/2-inch boxwood rule marked 550 TO THE INCH, fine overall. (Photo)
519. Stanley #83C 2-foot, 4-fold caliper rule, one leg broken and repaired, otherwise clean and very good; plus a Stanley Rule & Level Co. #72 brass-bound 2-foot, 4-fold, has wallowed out indexing holes on in inside, but is otherwise very good. (Photo)
520. Pair of Stanley boxwood caliper rules: #75 1/2 6-inch, 2-fold numbers are faint on both sides, good overall; and a #32 12-inch, 4-fold that is complete and very good. (Photo)
521. Pair of boxwood rules: No. 69 12-inch, 4-fold little outside wear, very good overall; and No. 0, 12-inch, 4-fold with more wear to the outside than the inside, still very good overall. (Photo)
527. WILCOCK MANCHESTER (England 1852-1874) wedge arm plow plane, has screw-operated depth stop, wedges look like nicely-made modern replacements, has unusual shaped front skate, with brass stiffener plate, good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
528. Hand-forged pot lifter tool with hooks at the end of each leg used to hang a pot from a tripod or lift a pot by the ears from a fireplace crane. (Photo)
529. Hand forged hammer with an adz-type tool on the back side, very good overall. (Photo)
530. Pair of blacksmith-made iron clinker tongs, complete and very good. (Photo)
531. Wooden glut with iron ring around the top, gluts are used to hold open a log while the splitting wedges are repositioned. (Photo)
535. Lot of five farm or implement wrenches: T.C. 224 (Moline Plow Co) 7-inch with 3 open ends, slightly bent handle (R1-333); PLANET JR 3 in original red paint, fine; W21 4.5-inch, very good (listed but not pictured in Rathbone); 1893 (Dille & McGuire, Richmond, Indiana) 3.75-inch lawnmower wrench, fine; and 206 4-inch orphan, fine. (Photo)
536. Stanley #34 transitional 30-inch jointer plane, prelateral model; typical nicks and dings on edges; patent dates inside recessed brass adjuster screw; some cracking at toe, heel, and sole; good J-logo iron; very good overall. (Photo & Photo 2)
537. Lot of five farm or implement wrenches: DAYTON 4025A 8.5-inch spark plug (R1-128), fine; unknown 6.75-inch 11156 double opened ender, fine; Whitman & Barnes X32 Diamond Garden Cultivator wrench 5 5/8-inch, fine; and two different 369 6.75-inch orphans, one with peg and one without, both having gear teeth on one end, both very good. (Photo)
539. Lot of five farm or implement wrenches: 8403 8.5-inch open ended, some pitting: CRANE 55 28828 7 1/8-inch with square opening on one end, fine; X32 5.5-inch Diamond Garden Cultivator wrench; W101 5-inch open ended, fine; and one marked LM with two openings at one end and a screwdriver at end of handle, very good. (Photo)
541. Lot of three homemade single open ended nut wrenches. (Photo)
543. Lot of two blacksmith-made alligator wrenches. (Photo)
544. Lot: unknown brace with wooden pad, light to moderate rust, intact chuck; nested set of cork cutters; two tack lifters; folding 24-inch scale; and BAY STATE STICKIT leather roll with broken leather strap. (Photo)
545. Lot of five homemade double opened ended nut wrenches. (Photo)
547. Lot of two blacksmith-made double ended alligator wrenches. (Photo)
548. Lot of seven wrenches including six FORDSON and one FORD. The FORD is the third from the bottom and it has some light rust, the others are all good or better. (Photo)
549. Lot of two blacksmith-made double open-ended nut wrenches. (Photo)
550. Lot of six FORDSON wrenches including one that is graduated in inches along the handle. (Photo)
551. Lot of Stanley plane bodies including six #3s, for with frogs; and four iron block plane bodies. (Photo)
552. Lot of six iron plane bodies: rough Stanley #1 smoother that has had the rear overhang broken off and the boss that the front knob screws into has been broken out; two good #5 bodies and three #6 bodies. The #s 5 and 6 bodies are all very good. (Photo)
553. Lot of iron plane bodies: three Stanley #6; one prelateral Stanley #7; Chaplin's patent 24-inch; and a Stanley #8. All have very good castings. (Photo)
Sale Managed by Michael J. Urness &
Great Planes Trading Co.