6404-001 6404-001 BAILEY TOOL CO. Defiance jointer plane. The size of a No. 8. Defiance mark visible on cutter but partially obscured by surface rust. Features Williams 1875 patent cutter adjustment. Overall surface corrosion and some wear to japanning and two holes drilled in left cheek. A rare plane. Good RSH41 200 400 photo
6404-002 6404-002 TYZACK infilll bench plane. Parallel sides. 6 and one half inches steel body. Very nice rosewood infill and gunmetal lever cap marked -Tyzack Railway Arch 345 Old Street.- This would be Samuel Tyzack who was at that location around 1900. Good Charles Taylor cutter with light surface pitting. An attractive infill by a less common maker. Good plus KGM137 300 600 photo
6404-003 6404-003 WOODSMITH 25 year anniversary set of squares IOB. Made for Woodsmith by BRIDGE CITY to celebrate their anniversary in 2004. Includes a 4 inch pocket square and 6 inch try square and 6 inch sliding bevel. Dead mint. Mint LKY1 225 450 photo
6404-004 6404-004 L and IJ WHITE spokeshave. 16 inches wide with 2 and one half inch blade -L and IJ White Buffalo- on cutter and -White- cast into the bed. A rare shave in near-fine condition. Good plus SPM163 150 300 photo
6404-005 6404-005 HELB patent level and gradefinder. Often mistakenly identified as a -railroad level- because it was manufactured in Railroad PA. This is the less common version without the porthole level vial in the side. In very clean condition noting that one screw is missing on the bottom plate and there is about a one sixteenth inch gap between the glass plate over the dial and the top plate. Good plus SPM161 175 350 photo
6404-006 6404-006 STANLEY No. 12 and one half veneer scraper. Type 2. Cutter replaced with a later Stanley hand-held scraper. Bed repainted. Sole has worn thinner on one side. Good MAX337 50 100 photo
6404-007 6404-007 STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Late model with notched rectangle. In immaculate near-mint condition except a broken front knob and no screw. Good- MAX349 20 40 photo
6404-008 6404-008 STANLEY No. 130 doubled-ended block plane. First sweetheart on cutter. Japanning worn on lever cap. Good MAX403A 30 60 photo
6404-009 6404-009 STANLEY No.79 side rabbet plane IOB. Unusual japanned version. Unfenced. A few flecks of rust otherwise fine. Box is tattered but complete with sweetheart label. Fine SSA69 90 180 photo
6404-010 6404-010 Lot of two small planes. A UNION TOOL No. 101 nonadjustable block plane -unmarked but see PTAMPIA 1 page 311-. And an AMERICAN MACHINE and TOOL blind nail planer in near mint condition with original instructions. Good and better MAX386 MAX389 60 120 photo
6404-011 6404-011 STANLEY No. 2 plane. Type 11. Last model with the low knobs. Vee mark. Wood fine but japanning mostly gone on sides and rear. Tote a little loose and cosmetic scratches on the sole. Good plus KGM37 100 200 photo
6404-012 6404-012 UNION TOOL No. X6 vertical post jack plane. Proper cutter. Metal has surface discoloration but no pitting. Slight wear to tote. Good ZOM190 50 100 photo
6404-013 *6404-013 STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane. Sweetheart mark. Cutter rusty but sharp and japanning 90 percent Good VIN291 20 40 photo
6404-014 *6404-014 Lot of three STANLEY block planes. Later No. 110 with notched rectangle mark and surface rust on cutter and a paint spot on knob but otherwise good. And a No. 103 with semi-circular mark on cutter and japanning worn. Plus a No. 18 and one fourth with notched mark on cutter and number stamped into the left side below the Hand-EE grip. Japanning on bed mostly intact. Knuckle-joint lever cap has nickel worn off. Good GNM231 GNM46C 20 40 photo
6404-015 6404-015 STANLEY No. 9 and three fourths tailed block plane. Circa 1900 with Hand-ee groove but with semi-circular TMJ mark on cutter. Arm holding the ball has been replaced but ball looks original. Good- MAX253 40 60 photo
6404-016 6404-016 STANLEY S5 steel jack plane. Early type with riveted body and sweetheart mark on cutter. Good condition for a steel body with moderate rust mostly on left side. Trace of decal on tote. Good plus HAN130 90 180 photo
6404-017 6404-017 BAILEY No. 20 Flexible Sole Plane. Baileys original design before he sold it to Stanley. Second cutter adjustment with holes up blade. Complete with crisp lettering on both medallions. Nickel mostly gone and some surface corrosion. Good PLH96 275 550 photo
6404-018 6404-018 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. One set of wings. No turnbuckle. Some nickel loss and corrosion and wear to tote. Good MAX344 60 120 photo
6404-019 6404-019 PHILLIPS patent plow plane. Cast iron version with short horn on tote and flat top to arm. Babson and Repplier mark on skate partially obscured. Wood has wear and metal has surface rust and worn japanning. No damage and could be cleaned and restored to a top-shelf example of a rare and graphic plane. Good JRI22 200 400 photo
6404-020 6404-020 Infill coffin smoother. 6 and one half inches long with 2 inch cutter. Steel body with mahogany infill and wooden wedge type with wear to wedge and tight crack in front bun. Moulson Bros. cutter. Good KGM91 100 200 photo
6404-021 *6404-021 STANLEY No. 130 doubled-ended block plane. First sweetheart on cutter. Lever cap looks repainted. Good MAX403 30 60 photo
6404-022 6404-022 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. No. 102. Late model with notched rectangle and Foursquare Household block plane. Good plus MAX390A 50 80 photo
6404-023 *6404-023 STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane IOB. English version. Dead mint and unused. Box and label fine. Fine SSA67 20 40 photo
6404-024 6404-024 Infill mitre plane. Low angle Spiers-style mitre plane with 2 and three eighths inch wide cutter and steel frame with major crack on left side by heel. Good mahogany infill and gunmetal lever cap. Herring iron. Crack does not affect use. Good KGM94 120 240 photo
6404-025 6404-025 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 5. Metal near immaculate but slight wear to tote and missing short rods and beading stop. Includes a near complete set of cutters but missing sash cutter and one of the plows. In original box worn but with label. Plane is in a user-supplied box that has kept it nice and clean. Good MAX405 110 220 photo
6404-026 6404-026 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 6. Metal good with minor nickel loss - some wear to tote. Includes all depth stops and slitter only one cutter and long arms only. No cam rest. Good MAX117A 40 80 photo
6404-027 *6404-027 STANLEY No. 238 weatherstripping plane. Complete with one cutter with sweetheart. Chunk broken out of toe of skate. Good- MAX129 20 40 photo
6404-028 6404-028 STANLEY No. 43. Millers patent. Type 5 body but fence locking screws have slots. Metal is good except for some wear to japanning along the edges and a couple small patches of rust. The high parts of the metal are very clean which contrasts with the japanning and gives the plane a very striking appearence. Tote handle is a little loose. One cutter. An attractive example. Good plus JRI8 350 700 photo
6404-029 6404-029 Type 1 STANLEY No. 50 light combination plane. All the proper characteristics of a Type 1 except the longer 6 and three fourths inch rods. Japanning is immaculate and does not look repainted. Only one cutter. Fine MAX428 120 240 photo
6404-030 6404-030 STANLEY No. 444 dovetail plane. One of Stanleys weirder planes specifically designed to cut sliding dovetails. Nickel is about 80 percent and has one cutter and one spur block but missing one of the fence locking thumbscrews. Good- MAX134 90 180 photo
6404-031 6404-031 Moving filletster plane. By D. MALLOCH and SONS. Mid-19th century makers from Perth Scotland. Wood in good shape. 1 inch skew iron has small nick and a few user stamps. Good GAN168G 30 60 photo
6404-032 6404-032 Lot of two rabbet planes. A DE VALCOURT C Mark -2 stars in AWP- stamped -5- with fence with one replaced screw with wood and wedge in good shape. And a D.R. BARTON one fourth inch with surface rust on fence. Some wear to the depth stop and a crack at one end. User stamp and marked -eight eighths- and -9-. Good TKY56 TKY62 40 80 photo
6404-033 6404-033 Lot of three English side beads. A COX and LUCKMAN one half inch. A MCBEAM BROS. one fourth inch and a W. SARJENT one eighth inch. All boxed. Wood with minor dinging but no cracks or damage. Some minor damage to wedges. Good plus KGM198 100 200 photo
6404-034 *6404-034 Lot of two D.R. BARTON planes. Both D marks and spring marked. One is an ogee marked -four eighths- and several user stamps. The other a side bead marked -four eighths- and -43-. Both have some wear but the side bead a little more. Good TKY72 TKY61 30 60 photo
6404-035 6404-035 Lot of two MARSH and WINNS molding planes. Rare maker from the late 18th and early 19th centuries. One is a sash that cuts a cove and ovolo with fillet and the other is a slipped bead. Both have various user stamps and are worn as typical for their age. The sash has a large chip along the depth stop and the slipped bead has chips along boxing. Good GAN165G GAN166G 40 80 photo
6404-036 6404-036 Lot of three wooden instrument makers planes. Rebate- 3 inches long and one half inch flat sole. Round- 2 and one half inches long and vee-soled- 2 and three fourths inch. All unsigned with owner stamps. Good clean condition. Good plus KGM101 50 100 photo
6404-037 *6404-037 User made beading plane. More decorative than user and profile has two 1 inch wide holes before and after the blade for some form of insert that is absent. Cuts one fourth inch bead and unusually shaped body and wedge with short cutter. Wedge has chipping at blade end and decorative carving on the side. The brass disk on the side looks modern. Good- NW1746 20 40 photo
6404-038 6404-038 Complex Scottish molding plane Quirked ogee-bead- 1 and one half inch profile and toe is stamped -James Reid Aberdeen- but I could not find the name and also marked J. Moar and Warranted. Body like new and crisp. Cutter is just a hair off-center on one side of the profile and with a quick shave or file could be made to match. Good GAN 50 100 photo
6404-039 6404-039 Lot of three eighteenth century molding planes. An astragal by J. HASTIE- a quirked lying ogee marked I. CHAPLIN and G. NICKLAS. Both unlisted and a complex molder with astragal and quirked ovolo by STOTHERT of Bath- double boxed. Wood stained on all three but no damage. Hastie has worn wedge and short cutter. Good and better WOL274 WOL276 WOL277 75 150 photo
6404-040 6404-040 FENN side bead plane. Fenn began his career working for Holtzapffel and later became their largest competitor in the manufacture of ornamental turning lathes. Planes marked by Fenn are very rare. This is a three eighths inch boxed side bead and body very clean but wedge with some wear. Good plus WOL273 80 160 photo
6404-041 6404-041 Dovetail cutting plane. Looks English -and found in England- although these were much more common on the continent. Owners name -J. Kilpatrick- stamped on toe. Brass depth stop and boxwood nicker wedge. Boxed along the edge and the center section of boxing has been replaced. Good WOL275 60 120 photo
6404-042 6404-042 Lot of two ARROWMAMMETT WORKS tongue cutting planes. Five sixteenths inch with type A mark -worn but readable- and three eighths inch with type C and steel plate. Bodies good and cutters with some rust but sharp. Good JFR49 JFR59 50 100 photo
6404-043 6404-043 Complete set of IRWIN auger bits IOB. The smaller set that includes 4 through 7 and then the even numbers from 8 through 16. Plus a screwdriver bit. Mint condition in flip top wooden box with all clips still solid. No cracks in wood and original instruction book. They do not come nicer. Fine MAX400A 100 200 photo
6404-044 6404-044 Lot of two bit brace tools. The smaller spoke pointer made by the Cincinnati Tool Company and marketed under their Hargrave Brand. A little over 4 inches long and about half the japanning is left. Plus an unmarked dowel cutter bit with five eighths inch throat with green paint mostly intact on underside of the head. Some surface rust and blades need sharpening. Good LBD648 LBD597 30 60 photo
6404-045 6404-045 Set of RUSSELL JENNINGS auger bits IOB. Stanley set No. 32 and one half after it purchased Jennings. 13 No. 100 bits in one fourth inch increments. In original three layer box. Bits are fine. Box has wear but is intact with original hardware and good label in lid. Good plus MAX133 50 100 photo
6404-046 6404-046 Lot of two tools. A BRUNO 200-B expansive bit IOB. Includes short blade and long blade and instruction sheet with 1947 print date. Tool looks barely used but box has a few ripped corners and is dingy with some wear spots but still nice bright red and black colors. Plus STANLEY No. 42X -pistol grip- adjustable saw set IOB. Tool looks barely used and box is tattered and taped with most of the label intact but one corner ripped and very lightly worn instruction booklet included. Good plus DHS4 40 80 photo
6404-047 6404-047 STEARNS patent hollow auger. Clearly marked with G.N. Stearns 3-5-78 patent date -No. 201 and 064-. Some wear to japanning and red nearly all gone. One screw looks like replacement. Uncommon style of Stearns augers. Good TKY49 40 80 photo
6404-048 *6404-048 Partial set of regular cutters for STANLEY No. 55. 11 plow cutters. No. 1 sash cutter and No. 5 match cutter but in a box with a label for the special cutter set. Good MAX117 20 40 photo
6404-049 6404-049 Set of square shanked auger bits. Eight bits from 1 and one half inch to three sixteenths inch. Various makers and in a wooden block Good RSH73 60 120 photo
6404-050 *6404-050 Lot of 10 auger bits. Oversized. Up to 2 inch diameter and 18 inches long. Vaious makers including Irwin Jennings and Bates. Good MRA237 75 150 photo
6404-051 6404-051 Lot of three expansive auger bits. An IRWIN No. 22 -Micro-Dial- with replacement long blade for larger diameters. Near mint in original box with instructions. A pre-Stanley RUSSELL JENNINGS No. 71 with slight surface rust. And a STANLEY No.71-A based on the Jennings design and in original plastic sleeve with two replacement blades. Good and better RSH76 RSH78 60 120 photo
6404-052 *6404-052 Box of CAPEWELL horse nails. 1lb box full of No. 8 nails. Some nails have varying degrees of rust but most are clean. Box in overall good condition with minor wear but dirty and tear on bottom. Good plus CGD374 10 20 photo
6404-053 *6404-053 Set of Sheffield brace bits. Four auger bits- three fourths inch to 1 and one half inch and a five eighths inch spade bit. Most by GREAVES but one by T.E. WELLS in a wooden block. Good LBD505 20 40 photo
6404-054 6404-054 Set of plow plane irons. All by A.F. WARD. They appear to come from two different sets but all eight are there plus an extra No. 6. Light surface rust on some and a couple of ends slightly spalled but all good edges. Good plus WOL338 80 160 photo
6404-055 *6404-055 Lot of two framing squares. Older heavy cast iron construction. One by SARGENT and CO. and the other by S.C. CO. Uniform overall oxidation and wear but no damage and numbers clearly visible. Good LBD317 LBD318 30 60 photo
6404-056 6404-056 Bone rule. Four-fold - one foot fully bound with German silver. Unsigned but looks like the very rare Stanley No. 88. Outside is uniformly yellowed and numbers almost illegible. Inside slightly yellowed with good numbers and slightly sprung. Good LBD115 120 240 photo
6404-057 6404-057 Lot of three STANLEY brass-bound boxwood rules. All four-fold - two-foot. No. 52 - No. 62 - and one half sweetheart and No. 78 and one half. The No. 78 and one half is nice and clean with its pins. The other two have some wear and staining but no major damages. The pins have cut grooves in the face of the 62 and one half. Good and better MAX415 60 120 photo
6404-058 6404-058 Lot of two folding metal rules. 24 inch polished brass blacksmiths rule- two fold- unsigned and near mint. And a miniature steel rule in original leather pouch. 20 inches long comprised of ten 2 inch segments and marked -Germany- with a few tiny rust spots. Good and better KGM96 KGM155 45 90 photo
6404-059 6404-059 Combination square-bevel head. Decorative cast iron square and bevel head. These are uncommon and this is the larger size. Mounted on a Millers Falls No. 4 steel rule. Slight loss of japanning. Good plus HAN182 100 180 photo
6404-060 6404-060 Lot of two Bone rules. Both are four-fold - one foot narrow unbound. One is marked No. 89 but it is not a Stanley with moderate yellowing. The other is faintly marked 89 and one half and ruled on inside but outside worn off. Good LBD118 LBD122 120 240 photo
6404-061 6404-061 Lot of three STANLEY boxwood rules. All four-fold - two-foot. No. 52 - 53 and one half architects and No. 72. No. 52 is the cleanest. The other two have wear and staining but good joints and no cracks and pins missing. Good and better MAX339 40 80 photo
6404-062 6404-062 STANLEY No. 88 and one half bone rule. Four-fold - one foot. German silver hinges and unbound with uniform yellowing and worn on outside. Good LBD116 100 200 photo
6404-063 6404-063 Lot of three STANLEY boxwood small rules. All four-fold - one-foot. A No. 3 caliper - No. 57 unmarked and No. 69 unmarked. The No. 69 is the cleanest and others have moderate wear and staining but joints good and no cracks most pins present. Good and better MAX416 75 150 photo
6404-064 6404-064 Lot of three take-down squares. One manufactured by NICHOLLS and based on Barkers 1909 patent. One by EAGLE SQUARE CO. of Vermont and a KEEN KUTTER No. KT 100. Slots on locking screws a little chewed up and could use some WD-40 but minimal rust and wear. Good MAX228 MAX363 MAX364 50 100 photo
6404-065 6404-065 BRIDGE CITY TB-3 bevel. 12 inch sliding T-bevel with stainless steel blade and brass body with rosewood infill. Some mild tarnish but sitll near new. They are not making them any more but they cost 119 dollars new. In original but well-worn box. Good plus SSA80 60 120 photo
6404-066 *6404-066 Lot of two STANLEY boxwood rules. A No. 66 and one half --three-foot - four-fold. in good clean condition with all pins. Plus a No. 66 and one half-- three-foot - four-fold with sweetheart mark with some staining and wear. Pins missing and slightly sprung but numbers good. Good and better VTD184 VTD195 30 60 photo
6404-067 *6404-067 Lot of five rules. A No. 34 and one fourth V boxwood school rule-- 1949 version with slight wear and a hang hole. Plus 3 advertising rules-- a 6 inch advertising Stanley zig-zag rule with slight wear on edges. Other two are 6 inch No. X6LG -Lifeguards- one pristine and other has black marker on edges. Good- and better VTD188 VTD175 VTD177 VTD176 30 60 photo
6404-068 6404-068 Lot of three rules. RABONE No. 1207 Hawser Steel Ropes rope and wire rule with caliper circa 1955 and made in England. Charts are worn but overall in good shape. And a STANLEY No. 136 and one half caliper rule -- wood good but writing worn in areas. Plus a well-worn STANLEY No. 32 four-fold - one foot caliper rule. Some staining to boxwood and brass and numbers faded- sprung but still has pins. Good- and better VTD191 VTD194 VTD202 40 80 photo
6404-069 6404-069 Lot of two STANLEY boxwood rules. A No. 94 four-foot - four-fold carriage makers rule. Pins missing and outside has wear and damage filled with putty but numbers are clear but inside has some scratches and slightly sprung. Plus a No. 66 and one fourth sweetheart-- three-foot - four-fold but missing pins with wear on outside. Numbers and brass good. Good- VTD182 VTD185 40 80 photo
6404-070 6404-070 Lot of six WILLIAM MARPLES and SONS turnscrews. Lengths from 7 inches through 19 inches. Handles have wear but all solid and all blades clearly marked. Good plus MAX139 60 120 photo
6404-071 6404-071 Lot of three JAMES SWAN paring chisels. One half inch - five eighths inch - and three fourths inches. 9 inch longblades. Used but not abused. Nice and sharp with solid 4 and one half inch hickory handles. Good plus KGM161 40 80 photo
6404-072 6404-072 Set of five MILLERS FALLS curved files. One rat-tail- one half-round- one flat- and two triangular. Little use and good solid uncracked handles with some loss of green paint. Good plus KGM163 30 60 photo
6404-073 6404-073 Lot of Sheffield carving gouges. Eight total. Five by S.J. ADDIS- three by C. HILL. Some with owner stamps. Some surface rust but all sharp. Solid handles with wear but no damage -one tight crack-. Good plus WOL254 60 120 photo
6404-074 6404-074 Folding race knife. Looks manufactured but no visible mark. 4 and one half inch handle looks like oak with 3 and one half inch blade. Good plus WOL345 35 75 photo
6404-075 6404-075 Race knife. -Hammer Brand- made by NEW YORK KNIFE CO. of Walden. Nice handle that looks like ebony or very dark rosewood. Traces of surface corrosion. Good plus JRI246 60 120 photo
6404-076 6404-076 Lot of turnscrews. Eight total. Longest is 20 inches. Unsigned with some with blades made from files. Others manufactured- handles generally worn but intact. Good JPR various 60 120 photo
6404-077 6404-077 Lot of two honing stones in user-made boxes. One is 7 inches x 2 inches and very clean and the other is 8 inches x 2 inches with some cleanable gunk. Larger box is hinged. Good HAN241 40 80 photo
6404-078 6404-078 Lot of kitchen utensils. Three knives-- one long with silver hilt and bone handle- one marked -JOSEPH RODGERS and SONS CUTLERS TO HIS MAJESTY- and one marked -LUNA.- Shorter ones have cracked and worn bone handles. Plus four meat forks-- three with bone handles and fourth needs a handle. Good- and better MSN19 MSN20 40 80 photo
6404-079 *6404-079 RAWLDRILL set. Masonry drill designed to be whacked with a hammer. Set includes the rubber grip three bit holders and three bits. A No. 6 - No. 10 and triangular one I can not read. Good JPR294 20 40 photo
6404-080 6404-080 Lot of two canvas water bags. First is a Minnequa water bag by the PUEBLO TENT and AWNING CO in Pueblo Colorado. 15 inches by 10 inches and appears to have original rubber handle grip over chain link and cork stopper. Back of bag has green California emblem with a star and bear. Bag dirty with some staining. Plus a DESERT brand camping water bag made by Canvas Specialty- Los Angeles- looks barely used with only slight dirt on front and has likely replacement plastic twine handle but cork may be original. Good HAN321 60 120 photo
6404-081 6404-081 Lot of two canvas water bags. A DESERT brand camping water bag made by Ames Harris Neville Co -San Fran- with twine handle and metal mouth with rusty cap. It is faded with stains and has holes along both sides so will not hold water anymore. And a faded J.C Higgins water bag with some stains and worn twine handle and cork. Good- HAN59 40 80 photo
6404-082 6404-082 Cast iron smelting mold. Wooden handle and cast iron body consists of three cone molds supported by four legs. 4 inch handle has shallow burn mark -not recent- on one side but solid. Metal has a little surface rust but in pretty nice shape and looks barely used. Good HAN210 60 120 photo
6404-083 6404-083 FISHER Anvil. 30 lbs. 11 inches wide by 7 inches long. Marked -1907 inches and -3.- Has pritchel and hardy holes. Surface rust on majority of it and chipping along edges of the face. Fisher anvils are known for their unique quietness and durability. Good HANA2 80 160 photo
6404-084 6404-084 Safety goggles in case. Unmarked but appears to be sterling silver Ful-Vue safety goggles made by AMERICAN OPTICAL. During World War II Bausch and Lomb outsourced some of their production to American Optical under the -Ful Vue- brand. Clear lenses have the letter S in a circle at the top and a few scratches and missing removable side shields. Nose bridge and etched nosepads show slight wear. Tin case missing felt lining and has surface rust. States -Wear These Goggles-Protect Your Eyes- with the American Optical logo. Good HAN242 40 80 photo
6404-085 *6404-085 Miners pick. Owners tag on tool states it was found in 1990 by Dr. Bill Barnes on an island in the Yukon River in Alaska. Handle has quite a bit of water damage and erosion amd head is pitted and rusty making the back story plausible. Unique historical artifact clearly for display rather than use. Poor DCR293 25 50 photo
6404-086 6404-086 Anvil. 10lbs. 9 inches wide by 4 inches tall. Made by ALBERT MFG CO. Has hardy hole with some surface rust and a few chips on body along with some spots of rust on horn. Good HANA1 40 80 photo
6404-087 6404-087 Lot of two blowtorches. Both unsigned. Cast bodies and 11 inches tall. Looks like one used to have a label. One has nice red wooden handle and other grooved black plastic handle. Some surface rust but generally in pretty good shape. Good HAN2028 HAN2029 50 100 photo
6404-088 6404-088 Lot of two sadirons. A -Perfect- model gas iron by BLESS and DRAKE of Newark NJ and marked -patent applied for.- And a coal-fired model with chimney and rotating cover for the rear vent. Makers name is worn down but -Cincinnati- still readable. Surface rust but no damage. Good BCN91 BCN119 60 120 photo
6404-089 6404-089 Gas powered soldering iron. Marked patent pending. Hollow shaft with gas attachment and 13 and one half inches long. Good DST419 50 100 photo
6404-090 6404-090 Miniature blowtorch pencil sharpener. 2 and one half inches high and 3 inches long and still sharpens pencil lead well. 2 small holes on top of tank but very attractive sharpener. Good NW1861 40 80 photo
6404-091 6404-091 Bell-shaped plumb bob. I am told this type of plumb bob is more common on the continent. A cast iron flaring bell shape suspending from a square plate held to the edge being plumbed. Has a -6- on both the bob and the plate and an anchor trademark. Good plus WOL285 50 100 photo
6404-092 *6404-092 WILEY and RUSSELL -Lightning- die. Three separate die cutting heads mounted in the same handle to avoid having to change heads. Surface rust worse on one side. Good MRA12 30 60 photo
6404-093 6404-093 Eighteenth century denglestock. Also called a stump anvil- hammered into stumps to dress scythe blades in the field. Handforged and covered with surface rust and well used but intact. Good WOL343 40 80 photo
6404-094 6404-094 Cast iron pot. Glue or smelting pot. Very slight surface rust in a few outer areas otherwise nice and clean. Inside rusty. Marked with a -2 inches on outside. Outer pot is 6 and one half inches wide and 4 and one half inches tall and inner pot 5 inches wide and 4 inches tall. Pots fit together well. Good plus CGD245 40 80 photo
6404-095 *6404-095 Lot of oilers. Four metal oil cans-- three marked EAGLE but all different sizes and one looks like it may be marked -EAGLE- but worn. Sizes vary from 4 inches to 2 inches. Some pitting on one but others in good shape. Good HAN247 10 20 photo
6404-096 6404-096 Lot of two pots. A large copper glue pot with outer pot at 5 and one half inches tall and 7 inches in diameter. Inner cast iron pot 4 inches tall and 5 inches in diameter with dents and some oxidation like all old copper but solid and intact inner pot fits well. Plus what might be a smelting pot. Rusty on the outside and what looks like ash on the inside. Good NW1946 NW1939 75 150 photo
6404-097 *6404-097 Lot of two WHIZ OIL cans. Half pint containers- both with labels. One has well worn labels but other can label is mostly intact and bright. Both cans have surface corrosion and one can still has about half its oil left. Good and better DHS3 20 40 photo
6404-098 *6404-098 Lot of two carbide headlamps. One is a 4 inch JUSTRITE with air-cooled grip with only a couple of dings and some surface rust. Other is smaller 2 and one half inch AUTOLITE with -bumper grip- and several dents. Both brass and nickel-plated with all their parts. Good BCN89 BCN90 30 60 photo
6404-099 *6404-099 Lot of oilers. Five total including four metal cans. One FORD and one SINGER and one clear plastic VALVESPOUT oiler. Various sizes from 3 and one half inces to 2 inch bases. The Ford spout is broken off at the end and the others have minor wear or pitting. Good- and better HAN246 20 40 photo
6404-100 *6404-100 Lot of three molding planes. An unmarked quirked ogee that is spring marked with various owners stamps and carving with wood and wedge worn. A quirked side bead marked -F. Stade- with some wear to quirk and dings to wood. A center bead with boxed quirk with faint mark possibly -H. Cutler- with a few stains. Good TKY55 TKY59 TKY57 30 60 photo
6404-101 *6404-101 G WHITE side bead. Shoulder boxed. Cuts three fourths inches and cutter has some surface rust. Body has a tight crack above the boxing and some staining on both heel and toe and boxing has separated from the body at the heel. Good- TKY54 20 40 photo
6404-102 6404-102 Lot of four hollows. A one half inch R. WELLS with a few cracks-- two 1 inch ones both marked -10- by D. BENSEN and Z.J. M MASTER. And a five eighths inch RandC CARTER marked -14.- All with varying degrees of wear- M Master has some staining. Good TKY58 TKY63 TKY64 TKY65 40 80 photo
6404-103 *6404-103 A. HOWLAND skewed rabbet plane. A No. 181 in nice condition. C mark -2 stars in AWP- and 1 and one half inch sole. Good TKY60 30 60 photo
6404-104 6404-104 Lot of three molding planes. Fully boxed side bead by J. M. TABER -1 star- marked five eighths that cuts three fourths inches. A double boxed side bead by S. CUMINGS -1 star- marked eight eighths that cuts 1 and one fourth inches and a fully boxed side bead by I.S. BATTEY -2 stars- that cuts one fourth inches. The Cumings has shallow cracks and a few scratches in body and large crack and small dings in boxing. The Battey has old scratch near the throat and wedge slightly chewed. The Taber has a chip in boxing and a few small stains on sole. Good GAN176G GAN175G GAN174G 50 100 photo
6404-105 6404-105 Lot of two wooden rebate planes. Both unmarked but look like English beech. One is 4 inch long with three fourths inch compassed sole with bone plate. The other is 4 and one half inches long with a flat one half inch sole and Mathieson cutter. Good KGM112 KGM113 60 120 photo
6404-106 *6404-106 Lot of two molding planes. Both boxed quirk side beads-- one by CHAPIN-STEPHENS -A mark- No. 123 with some wear on corners and wedge. The other by J. GIBSON of Albany with a few splotches of paint and chip to the quirk otherwise good. Good TKY66 TKY67 30 60 photo
6404-107 *6404-107 Lot of two rounds. A J. and J. GIBSON of Albany NY-- five eighths inch round with some green paint spatters and chewed wedge and a D. COPELAND one half inch round with user stamps on both ends. Good TKY53 TKY73 20 40 photo
6404-108 6404-108 Moving filletster plane. Has 3 screws on fence- nicker- brass depth stop and thumbscrew. Made by FAIRCLOUGH LIVERPOOL. Blade has surface wear but sharp-- multiple user stamps. Good GAN167G 40 80 photo
6404-109 6404-109 Lot of three AUBURN TOOL CO. planes. A 1 and one fourth inch skewed rabbet blade. æWood well worn with dings and holes and wedge somewhat chewed-- some user stamps. A No. 180 1 and one half inch round with a chipped wedge with some cracks in the wood and staining at bottom. And a No. 105 and one fourth inch side bead with slight wear. Good- and better TKY74 TKY71 TKY68 40 80 photo
6404-110 *6404-110 Lot of two PETER MACKAY quarter rounds. Both spring marked and cut one half inch and three fourths inch. Marked with a -1- and -2- and have the same user stamp. Irons sharp and one wedge has a few dings amd other wedge good. The -2- has a small crack in rear of the body. Good GAN170G GAN171G 25 50 photo
6404-111 *6404-111 CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 171 reversible tongue and groove plane.æ Cuts one fourth inch tongue and groove in opposite directions. Skate and cutters have surface pitting and one blade has small chip and rest are sharp. Split in sole and wedges have some dings. Good GAN169G 25 50 photo
6404-112 6404-112 KUNZ NO. 112 scraper plane. Green japanning on body nearly perfect except for a few flecks here and there. Red knob and tote in nearly perfect condition. Label on tote intact but some sort of tape residue above it -could be removed-. Metal has surface rust but blade sharp. Box dirty but label good and has masking tape on it. Good plus LKY7 50 100 photo
6404-113 6404-113 MILLERS FALLS No. 85 rabbet and filletster plane IOB. Has additional front throat for the ability to perform additional bullnose cuts and adjustable fence can be used on either side. Some rust that can be cleaned up and light wear and japanning 90 percent. Box dirty and all but one lid corners are torn but label mostly intact except for bottom right corner. Good LKY4 30 60 photo
6404-114 6404-114 E.C. EMMERICH Primus No. 711 smoothing plane IOB. Cherry body with lignum vitae sole and adjustable throat. Very light wear and blade and cap have surface rust. Front horn seems made for the left-hand so likely No. 711L though box only says 711. Box dingy with slight wear and long piece of masking tape on it and includes instructions. These will run you nearly 250 dollars new so heres your chance to own it for less. Good LKY5 100 200 photo
6404-115 6404-115 STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane IOB. In original paper. Japanning nearly perfect except for one small or two small flecks missing. A couple small rust spots and throat and blade good. Fine LKY10 50 100 photo
6404-116 6404-116 BRIDGE CITY BP-18 bevel protractor IOB. 9 inch by 6 inch steel head with 18 inch rotating arm. Protractor on front side and back contains conversion charts. Comes with owners manual and The Woodworkers Guide to Compound Miters. Brand new and looks never used. Box has slight wear. They have apparently stopped making these so get it while you can. Fine LKY6 150 300 photo
6404-117 6404-117 Lot of three metal planes. A rare No. 04 smoothing plane manufactured by Shelton Plane Co. of Shelton CT and patented by Cornelius McAller. 9 inches long. Good overall condition noting surface corrosion and some paint splatters. Plus a FULTON block plane similar to a Stanley No. 220 with endwise brass depth adjuster. Nice and clean with gold painted knob. And an unmarked bench plane with lever cap and adjusting knob made of sheet steel rather than cast. Rusty and dirty and with remnants of green paint but all there. Good DT14 DT15 DT40 40 80 photo
6404-118 6404-118 STANLEY No. 4C corrugated smoothing plane. Circa Type 6 with 1892 patent date on cutter. Two splits in tote very well reglued. User initials stamped in cheek. Good SSA32 30 60 photo
6404-119 6404-119 Lot of four STANLEY planes. No. 190 and -Enhanced- 190W rabbet planes. No. 190 in nice clean condition and third sweetheart mark on cutter. The -190W- has first sweetheart cutter and has the steel plate on the sole but I am suspicious of it as it has only two screws and I think is an after-market addition -but well done-. Both rabbets may be repainted. Plus two No. 102 block planes. A Type 2 with chips at sides of throat but not broken through and an early type in very clean condition with semi-circular mark on cutter. Good MAX397A MAX393 40 80 photo
6404-120 6404-120 STANLEY -Two-Tone- Plane. The No. 4 smoothing plane size- yellow bed and red lever cap. Near mint. Fine MAX348 50 100 photo
6404-121 6404-121 LIE-NIELSEN low-angle block plane. Lie-Nielsen version of the low-angle adjustable plane. Solid bronze body. Mint and unused in the original box. 115 dollars new. Mint DST675 50 100 photo
6404-122 6404-122 Lot of four brass instrument makers planes. Two bullnose with cutters marked -St. James- 1 and three fourths inch unmarked block plane and 1 and one half inch block with -ESE- stamped on side and a mark that I do not recognize. All brass bodied with good clean rust-free cutters. Good plus MAX388 60 10 photo
6404-123 6404-123 STANLEY No. 103 block plane Type 1. Technically 1B since the wooden knob screws onto a stub cast into the plane bed. Repainted. Proper cutter but mark is faint. Good MAX391 50 100 photo
6404-124 6404-124 WOOD RIVER beading plane IOB. Manganese bronze beading plane comes with eight cutters plus there is an envelope in the box with several additional cutters. Plane is near mint- box has wear but is intact. Fine SSA68 75 150 photo
6404-125 6404-125 Lot of two bench planes. A SEIGLEY No. 5 with corrugated sole and Siegleys offset blade adjustment. And a UNION No. X6 with vertical post adjustment and has a Stanley sweetheart cutter and chip at the base of the tote around the screw. Good and better GAN48G 55 110 photo
6404-126 6404-126 Lot of three bench planes. SARGENT No. 714 -auto-set- with badly reglued tote and wear to japanning. UNION No. X5 with large chip from tote and tote locking screw missing and MILLERs FALLS No. 9 -equivalent to a Stanley 4- a couple of small tote chips but good overall. Good COL161 COL167 COL170 50 100 photo
6404-127 *6404-127 MILLERS FALLS No. 85 rabbet and filletster plane. Has additional front throat for the ability to perform additional bullnose cuts and adjustable fence can be used on either side. Some areas of surface rust- japanning 70 percent. Blade has small chip that can be sharpened out. Good CKE8 20 40 photo
6404-128 6404-128 CLIFTON No. 400 bullnose rabbet plane. Clifton is the successor to Edward Preston and this is still marked with the Preston logo-- seven sixteenths inch wide and 3 and one eighth inches long. A few tiny spots of corrosion but generally immaculate- rosewood wedge. Box tattered with one end missing from lid. Fine SSA65 75 150 photo
6404-129 6404-129 STANLEY No. 7 jointer plane. 1910 vintage. Bed looks repainted. Wood and metal otherwise good. Good DKS2 50 100 photo
6404-130 6404-130 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 2 with set of 15 cutters in worn box plus one in plane. Chip from base of knob. Japanning may be repainted. Good MAX116 130 250 photo
6404-131 6404-131 STANLEY No. 49 swing-fence match plane. Nickel plated version with minor surface corrosion and nickel loss. B casting. Good cutters. Good SSA63 80 160 photo
6404-132 6404-132 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 4. Metal good with very slight nickel loss and minor wear to tote. Includes complete set of 18 cutters in original wooden box that is worn and dirty with no label- both rods and slitter missing. Good plus MAX115 90 180 photo
6404-133 6404-133 STANLEY No. 46 skew cutter plane. Type 2. Slitter on skate worn down. Japanning may be repainted. Wraparound depth stop missing. One cutter. Good MAX267 100 200 photo
6404-134 6404-134 STANLEY No. 49 swing-fence match plane. Type 2 with patent date cast into body. Moderate wear to japanning. Good cutters. Good plus MAX404 100 200 photo
6404-135 6404-135 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes. A No. 180 with fishscale tote and modern cap screw and a No. 181 with sweetheart cutter. Scrolled tote and original cap screw. Good plus MAX407 MAX408 50 100 photo
6404-136 6404-136 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. A sweetheart era 9 and one half in very clean condition save for a few spots of rust on the lever cap and a No. 220 with japanning worn on knuckle cap. Good LBD419 LBD420 50 100 photo
6404-137 6404-137 STANLEY No. 131 adjustable double-end block plane. The adjustable version of the No. 130 with no damage to reversible adjustment mechanism. Light surface rust on machined surfaces. Japanning worn on lever cap and a couple of paint spots. J mark on cutter. A tough one to find. Good plus KGM34 110 220 photo
6404-138 6404-138 Lot of three modern maker block planes. Two 7 inch low angle block planes by GREAT NECK TOOLS of New York. Both dead mint and one in the original box and a 7 inch block plane by WODEN TOOLS of Sheffield in near-mint condition. Fine and mint KGM33 KGM39 KGM194 50 100 photo
6404-139 6404-139 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet plane. Good cutter with patent date. Nickel plating about 50 percent and chip in corner of throat. Good- GNM268 30 60 photo
6404-140 6404-140 Lot of STANLEY No. 98 and 99 set of side rabbet planes. The No. 98 is in better shape with minimal nickel loss and one chip in knob. The No. 99 has lost most of its nickel and has a brazed repair but still a good user. Good and better LBD401 LBD402 60 120 photo
6404-141 6404-141 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. A number 19 knuckle-cap with sweetheart cutter and a No. 65 low-angle block- later version with notched rectangle in very clean condition. Good plus and better LBD416 LBD418 60 120 photo
6404-142 6404-142 STANLEY No. 140 skew rabbet plane. Semi-circular mark on cutter. Nickel a little worn on lever cap and some japanning missing. Small chip out of throat but generally a clean complete example. Good GNM251 50 100 photo
6404-143 6404-143 Lot of two block planes. UNION No. 102 repainted. And what looks like a STANLEY 102 with the hole in the lever cap but it does not look like it ever had a locking screw. Good LBD414 LBD442 60 120 photo
6404-144 6404-144 Lot of two Archimedian drills. One unmarked with mahogany head and slide- friction fit chuck- one way spiral- missing bit holding clip. Other is A.H. REID Lightning Brace with unusual nonferrous metal head and has brass collar and original bit. Both are beautiful examples and work smoothly. Good plus BJL46 BJL70 75 150 photo
6404-145 6404-145 Lot of three hand drills. Two by MILLERS FALLS-- an early No. 3 with star trademark- no drills in handle and a later model No. 85. Plus a single speed drill marked only -Anniversary- with an unusual sliding gate opening the drill compartment- end broken off one chuck jaw. Good VTD9 VTD10 VTD13 40 80 photo
6404-146 *6404-146 A.H. REID -Lightning- brace. Lignum vitae head. Crack in grip. Original screwdriver blade and clip. Good DST418 30 60 photo
6404-147 6404-147 Lot of two GOODELL-PRATT drills. A No. 1 archimedian drill- original version with lignum head that has a closed crack along the line of the sapwood and some minor corrosion on shaft. And a No. 49 single-speed hand drill with minor wear to japanning and four bits in handle. Good MAX135 MAX138 40 80 photo
6404-148 *6404-148 Lot of two archimedian jewelers drills. 13 inch version with flyweights. Brass handle has some dents. And a 9 inch reversible model. Both work smoothly. Good HAN2040 25 50 photo
6404-149 6404-149 STANLEY No. 98 level. Stanleys top of the line brassbound rosewood level in the 24 inch size. Some wear and minor staining to wood. Brass good noting one missing screw. Good MRA1 60 100 photo
6404-150 6404-150 Lot of three English torpedo levels. An E. PRESTON and SONS- 12 inches and rosewood with green vials- very clean and trace of decal. A J. RABONE 12 inch No. 1626- wear and level vial likely replaced but no damage. And an unmarked model- 11 and one half inches and ebony that has heavier brass and looks older. All have full brass top plates and brass feet. Good and better WOL328 WOL329 WOL330 60 120 photo
6404-151 6404-151 Lot of two levels. Locke patent sighting level manufactured by KEUFEL and ESSER. Brass body- good optics and one small screw missing and is in original leather case with split near base. And an unmarked 9 inch torpedo level. Good LBD326 LBD400 40 70 photo
6404-152 6404-152 STRATTON BROS No. 10 machinists level. 8 inch version with the plumb vial on the end. There is a chip from the top rail by the vial end plate and the plate has been pushed out slightly. Otherwise good with some rounding and dinging to the brass. Good JRI213 60 120 photo
6404-153 6404-153 British level. Unusual form that looks more American but clearly marked -British Made.- 12 inch stock looks like cherry with heavy brass top plate and feet. Wood good and plumb vial cracked and dry. Good WOL332 55 100 photo
6404-154 6404-154 DAVIS LEVEL and TOOL inclinometer. 12 inch version with fine filigree and screws through top rail. Repainted but cast iron is completely intact with good edges and extra nice dial. Good JRI225 110 200 photo
6404-155 6404-155 Lot of two STANLEY No. 36 machinists levels. Two examples of the japanned solid web type. A very clean 24 inch version with vial protectors and an earlier 12 inch version without the protectors but a shafting groove. Good plus MAX353 MAX354 80 140 photo
6404-156 6404-156 STANLEY No. 87 line level IOB. Sweetheart trademark. Aluminum with blue finish in its original orange case with a couple of shallow dents and scrapes but label intact. Good plus MAX413 40 80 photo
6404-157 6404-157 Lot of two STANLEY No. 39 and one half machinists levels. Type 1 with floral pattern cast into side and later type of stipple side. Some wear to nickel but overall clean good vials. Good plus MAX409 MAX410 60 120 photo
6404-158 6404-158 -Octagon- brand line level IOB. Patented and manufactured by FRANK B. HALL of Geneva OH. Level is near fine and case has some dents and scrapes but label fully legible. Good MAX414 40 80 photo
6404-159 6404-159 Lot of three STARRETT levels. Two No. 135 pocket levels-- 2 and three fourths inches and 3 and three fourths inches sizes and super clean nickel plating. And a No. 132 6 inch bench level with shafting groove. Good plus MAX412 MAX338 60 120 photo
6404-160 6404-160 Lot of two STANLEY machinists levels. A super clean No. 36G- 12 inches and open frame type with vial protectors. And its less common nickel-plated cousin the No. 37G in the 6 inch size with some nickel loss on rails. All vials good. Good and better MAX411 MAX430 80 160 photo
6404-161 6404-161 Lot of two levels. A WINCHESTER No. 9831 -24 inch model with brass tips and wide vial surrounds. Complete but faded Winchester decal- wood good and plumb vial dry. Plus a DISSTON and SONS No. 65 brass-bound. Disstons higher-end level- 24 inch narrow stock cherry with single plumb and ridged grip based on William Disstons 1912 design patent. Wood has some wear but no major damage but some dings to brass. Both excellent levels. Good MAX314 MAX355 100 200 photo
6404-162 6404-162 LITTLE GIANT traveler. Manufactured in Greenfield MA- 8 inch diameter and works smoothly with minimal rust. Good plus FNK567 60 120 photo
6404-163 6404-163 Lot of two user made measuring tools. First is a set of user made trammel points with sliding brass heads and iron points- square head locking bolts on a nicely made 27 inch square iron keeper bar. Plus a user made panel gauge that looks like it is made from oak- 24 inch hand ruled stem and head has nicely made handforged wingnut in iron- point is worn down. Good DCR26 DCR24 40 80 photo
6404-164 *6404-164 STANLEY No. 17 brass blacksmiths rule. Has the Stanley -Vee- mark and 7-31-06 and 7-13-09 patent dates on it. Brass has a few scratches and discolorationsand hang hole at end. Good VTD174 30 60 photo
6404-165 6404-165 GENERAL No. 800 plumb bob IOB. 32 oz. solid brass bob manufactured by General Hardware Co. in its original cardboard tube with original plumb line. Fine MAX359 60 120 photo
6404-166 6404-166 STANLEY No. 58 boxwood rule. Two-foot - six-fold and not marked with the Stanley name but clearly the uncommon No. 58. Pins missing and discoloration on hinges and wood overall worn but most of the numbers still visible. Brass in decent shape given the rules wear. Good- VTD205 75 150 photo
6404-167 6404-167 STANLEY No. 3 caliper rule. One of Stanleys smallest fourfold caliper rules- one-foot and very slightly sprung but otherwise in immaculate condition with pins intact. Good plus VTD210 80 160 photo
6404-168 6404-168 Lot of three plumb bobs. A LUFKIN No. 590 brass cylindrical with notches along the side. 7 inches long. An unmarked cylindrical brass one the same size as the Lufkin with its tip dulled. Plus a wider 6 and one half inch brass one with user sticker on it. Typical wear on all 3. Good NW687 NW677 NW716 80 160 photo
6404-169 6404-169 Lot of four brass plumb bobs. One conical with rusty steel tip. One teardrop with rusty steel tip. One hexagonal and one cylindrical with a hole in the side. All 6 inches or smaller and all in good shape. Good NW706 NW690 NW689 NW678 50 100 photo
6404-170 *6404-170 Lot of two plumb bobs. Both conical-- one is 3 inch brass with steel tip and a few dings. Other is 4 and one half inch steel conical with bulb at top with quite a few dings. Good GRN7 30 60 photo
6404-171 *6404-171 DIETZGEN brass plumb bob. 24 oz with removable steel tip. 6 and one half inches long. In Berger leather case with snap. Case has some wear and brass on plumb bob body has some prominent dings. Good MRA133 20 40 photo
6404-172 6404-172 Lot of five plumb bobs. All brass and variety of shapes and sizes. Largest is 6 inches long. 2 teardrop- one marked KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 830010- 2 conical- and one wide cylindrical. Varying degrees of use but all with steel tips and some tips rusty. Good NW702 NW679 NW724 NW708 NW714 80 160 photo
6404-173 6404-173 Lot of four brass plumb bobs. Three conical and one teardrop. All 6 inches or smaller- three conical have steel tips. Teardrop has tip broken off. Good- and better NW703 NW728 NW694 NW696 40 80 photo
6404-174 6404-174 Lot of three plumb bobs. A Dietzgen iron-tipped brass 16oz and 16 inches long with wire line keeper. An 8oz unmarked 4 and one half inch brass steel-tipped in nice shiny condition. And a 3 and one half inch steel hexagonal with flecks of red paint on the end. Good JPR344 JPR342 JPR343 40 80 photo
6404-175 6404-175 Lot of five STANLEY transitional planes. A No. 26- two No. 28s and two No. 29s. All 1890s vintage with 1892 patent cutters. Metal and japanning generally good and wood has normal wear- two totes have ends missing. Good MAX188 MAX200 MAX204 MAX212 MAX224 100 180 photo
6404-176 6404-176 Lot of two STANLEY No. 21 transitional planes. A Type 10 with S casting mark with above average wood and japanning and a Type 11 with wood well worn and crack in knob- both with 1892 patent cutters. Good MAX323 MAX326 60 100 photo
6404-177 6404-177 Lot of four shorter STANLEY transitional planes. Two No. 22s- a No. 23 -and a No. 24. One of the 22s and the 24 have Bailey cast around knob. One with T and one V mark. The other two have 1892 patents. Metal and japanning generally good -23 may be repainted-. Wood has various degrees of wear and 24 has old repaired splits. Good MAX316 MAX324 MAX325 MAX328 60 100 photo
6404-178 6404-178 Lot of four longer STANLEY transitional planes. Two No. 30s- a No. 31- and a No. 33. One No. 30 has the rare O mark on the cutter but lever cap not pebbled. The No. 33 has Bailey cast around the knob and patent date stamped on toe and T mark- good condition but for a chip in the tote. The other No. 30 has end of tote missing and a hang hole. The No. 31 is in good shape but no finish left on wood- probably stripped. Good MAX192 MAX220 MAX318 MAX321 75 125 photo
6404-179 6404-179 Lot of four STANLEY -Liberty Bell- wood bottom planes. Three No. 122 smoothing planes-- one is a Type 1 with proper cutter and eagle stamp on toe but wood has serious wear and a couple of cracks. Also a Type 2 with one big crack and a later type with an 1892 patent cutter thats too long. And a No. 129 in ok condition with a reglued tote and an 1892 cutter but the number has worn off the toe and been inked in. Good- MAX184 MAX315 MAX313 MAX327 50 100 photo
6404-180 6404-180 Lot of two STANLEY prelateral transitional plane. Type 6 No. 36- reglued crack in tote with improper 1892 patent cutter- wood has normal wear. And a Type 6 No. 24 wit proper cutter with J mark and mark on toe almost illegible with new wooden sole glued on. Metal and japanning good on both. Good MAX320 MAX322 60 120 photo
6404-181 6404-181 Shipwrights adze. Head 10 inches long with 4 and one half inch blade and original 28 inch handle- worn. Good HAN2016 30 60 photo
6404-182 6404-182 Carpenters adze. Unmarked but looks manufactured- 9 inch head- 8 and one half inch original handle with bolt. Surface corrosion. Good CGD387 40 80 photo
6404-183 6404-183 Bowl adze. 9 inches long with 7 inch blade with minimal rust. Nice and sharp with original 9 inch handle with inactive worm and some chips and stains Good WOL262 50 100 photo
6404-184 6404-184 Froe. Unusually nice decorative handforged froe with vine and flower pattern and touchmark cast into blade. 9 inch blade. 6 inch handle with inactive worm and has been tightened up with some nails but still a little loose. Good WOL352 75 150 photo
6404-185 6404-185 WM.T. WOOD and CO. ice axe head. Founded in 1834 - Wood of Arlington MA was a major manufacturer of ice tools of all kind until modern refrigeration put them out of business. This head is well covered with rust but intact. 15 inches long with a 6 inch blade and spike poll. Good WHITBY2 45 90 photo
6404-186 6404-186 Lot of two forged tools. Carpenters adze- 8 inch head with 4 and one half inch rounded blade in need of sharpening- handle has a major split and needs replacement and a pick with an 11 inch head and handle very worn. Both unsigned but look manufactured. Good HAN2018 HAN2019 60 120 photo
6404-187 6404-187 Coopers adze. Unmarked but looks manufactured. Has bolt through 7 inch handle and a few small chips out of 2 and one half inch blade. Good BJL99 30 60 photo
6404-188 6404-188 Lot of two caulking irons. Forged- 9 and one half inches long and 7 and one half inches long- 2 inch to 2 and one half inches wide with short solid handle at end. Surface rust. Plus unusual tool- might be used for shingling. 7 inches long with flat end and angled pointed end and surface rust. Good BJL101 30 60 photo
6404-189 6404-189 Lot of two shaves. HIGGINS coopers jigger- 16 inch long with 8 inch blade and chip at top of body- wood handle has tight crack near collar and other handle is tapered metal. Blade has some small nicks but sharp. Higgins stamp slightly worn off but visible. Plus an unmarked drawshave- 9 inches long with 6 inch narrow blade. Turned handles have wear. Both have surface rust. Good CGD61 30 60 photo
6404-190 *6404-190 Hand-forged froe. 13 inch blade. 10 inch original handle tightened with old nails. Good JPR356 20 40 photo
6404-191 6404-191 E.C. SIMMONS -ChipAway- carpenters adze. 9 inch head. 27 inch old hickory handle. Nice and clean. Good plus HAN2015 80 160 photo
6404-192 *6404-192 Lot of two forged tools. A 16 inch long corner chisel with a cracked forged steel handle. Handle has spalling. Cuts 1 inch square. Plus a square bit extender- 13 and one half inches long. Both well made. Good BJL102 20 40 photo
6404-193 *6404-193 D. R. BARTON draw knife. 12 inches wide with curved 4 and one half inch blade. Handles worn but solid with only a few checks- surface rust and slight pitting but blade still sharp. Good CGD43 20 40 photo
6404-194 6404-194 Slick. 3 and one fourth inch blade- 16 inches length. Unsigned but three semi-circular touchmarks. No handle. Good SGL5 35 70 photo
6404-195 6404-195 TRUE TEMPER No. 12B brickhammer. 7 and one half inch head- original handle has some chips near top. Good BJL98 30 60 photo
6404-196 6404-196 Leather wrapped mallet. Cast iron body with leather rings for the striking surface. 11 inches long overall with good solid hickory handle and leather shows some signs of water damage and wear. Good SPM167 50 100 photo
6404-197 6404-197 ROBT. SORBY No. 2 coopers adze. 10 inch head. 27 inch head is long for a coopers adze and may be old replacement but solid. Good plus HAN2017 80 160 photo
6404-198 6404-198 Lot of three hammers. KEEN KUTTER 16 oz nailing hammer. BELDEN MACHINE CO slaters hammer and hand-forged veneer hammer. Good tight original handles. Good and better NW596 NW575 60 100 photo
6404-199 6404-199 Ice Chipper. Some type of agricultural or kitchen tool. 18 inches overall. Light pitting on blade with good turned handle with one tight crack- well made and attractive. Good plus HAN42 100 200 photo
6404-200 *6404-200 Lot of two timber tools. Bark spud and scoring knife. Good CGD378 CGD391 30 60 photo
6404-201 6404-201 Solid brass mallet. 6 and one half inches long with weight about 4 and one half lbs. Surface is well dinged but no damage. Unmarked. Presumably for use in a non-sparking environment. Unusual. Good KGM135 60 100 photo
6404-202 6404-202 Brass headed carving mallet. Solid brass head with wooden inserts. Brass is polished and wood has some dings but still solid. Good 7 and one half inch handle with owners name stamped on handle. Good plus KGM130 80 160 photo
6404-203 6404-203 Filemakers hammer and chisel. 2 inch unmarked head- steeply curved 8 inch handle. Rare form. Includes 4 inch chisel. Good WOL290 100 200 photo
6404-204 6404-204 Lot of three cigar box hammers. One brass. Two nonferrous metal. Good HAN2023 30 60 photo
6404-205 6404-205 W. MARPLES swan-neck mortise chisel. 20 inches long. One half inch across with socket handle and looks like ash. Discoloration but no rust or pitting with a couple of dings in handle. Good plus LBD321 50 100 photo
6404-206 6404-206 BERNARD GLOEKLER CO. butchers saw. Looks like a stair saw but since the Gloekler company of Pittsburgh made restaurant and bar equipment I am assuming it was intended for butchers. Wooden body with two iron plates and curved 8 inch blade but the whole thing is 21 inches long. Some wear to wood. Good SPM78 50 100 photo
6404-207 6404-207 Set of cutters for STANLEY No. 45 IOB Complete set of 22 cutters -everything but the slitter- plus one extra beading cutter. Minimal rust and box very good Good plus MAX143 60 120 photo
6404-208 6404-208 OHIO TOOL CO. set of plow plane irons. Set of seven. The eighth is probably still in the plane. Very clean and sharp. Good plus JRI38 80 160 photo
6404-209 *6404-209 Lot of two shears. Two metal shears-- 14 inch marked 8 and -Drop Forged- and 11 inches marked 10 and hinge tight. Both rusty. 14 inch hinge works well and has spots of red and white paint. Good MSN9 MSN10 20 40 photo
6404-210 6404-210 Knife. Possibly a hunting knife. 14 inch blade with what looks like -C A Castro P F- cast into it. Wicked sharp. Hilt appears hand carved. In a homemade wooden scabbard. Good plus HAN191 60 120 photo
6404-211 6404-211 Patented shears. Looks like metal shears or twine cutter. It has a patent date cast into it that looks like May 6 1873 but some numbers hard to read. Japanning abut 80 percent. Good plus MAX137 40 80 photo
6404-212 6404-212 Candle wick trimmer. Fancy steel handles. In good clean condition with a few traces of rust. Good plus JRI242 35 70 photo
6404-213 6404-213 W. GREAVES try square. 18 inch with rosewood handle and brass bench rest. Good quatrefoil eschutcheon and unruled blade with slight pitting at end. Good BJL26A 30 60 photo
6404-214 6404-214 Lot of measuring tools. Three dividers-- 5 and one half inches- two 6 inch ones and 6 and one half inches long. One 6 inch version looks handforged and highly pitted. Plus outside calipers with 4 inch legs has a couple spots of orange paint. Good- and better BCN16 BCN17 BCN18 BCN19 BCN20 30 60 photo
6404-215 6404-215 Lot of two measuring tools. A LAKESIDE takedown square- locking joint is well worn. Plus an aluminum pencil holder advertising the Wister Heber lumber company that telescopes in three sections to make a 12 inche rule and marked made in Germany. Good LBD274 LBD315 50 100 photo
6404-216 6404-216 Wooden dividers. Compass type. Beech with brass fittings and legs 17 inches long. Nicely made. Good SPM165 50 100 photo
6404-217 6404-217 KLINGELSMITH bevel square- Patented 4-10-77. 14 inch rosewood and walnut handle with a square that slides through the handle and locks at different angles. Good COL184 100 200 photo
6404-218 6404-218 Lot of two English marking gauges. 10 inches long rosewood panel gauge with unusual point and fully plated head with one chip and part of screw holding point is broken. And an ebony mortise gauge with internal screw adjustment- one crack in stem. Good JRI236 50 100 photo
6404-219 6404-219 STANLEY No. 13 level. Shortest of the three cast iron levels based on the Nicholson patent. Good original vials. Japanning probably repainted and one screw holding top plate on missing half its head. Good SPM166 60 120 photo
6404-220 6404-220 CALHOON patent bevel. Used primarily for roofing and marked with A. O. Calhoon- Victor MO and 2-5-07 patent date. 10 and one half inches by 9 and one half inches- level intact. While most of the nickel plating is gone markings still visible and in decent shape for an uncommon bevel. Good- COL183 75 150 photo
6404-221 6404-221 PHILO FOX patented square. Based on Foxs 1890 patent with angle marker attached to the handle. Some rust and light pitting on blade but name and patent date visible with a couple of paint specks. Good PLH156 60 120 photo
6404-222 6404-222 Lot of four squares. A 3 inch unmarked ungraduated blade with surface rust. A 6 inch STANLEY No. 20- graduated blade and notched rectangle mark on blade and handle. Blade good except initials -JAB- etched into blade. A STANLEY 9 inch with vee logo- graduated blade has pitting and handle has chips at bottom. And a 10 inch STANLEY sweetheart with graduated blade. Handle chipped at top and surface rust on blade. All have brass and rosewood handles and trefoil rivet plates in varying conditions. Good CRT39 50 100 photo
6404-223 *6404-223 Lot of measuring tools. A 9 and one half inch long adjusting calipers with light surface rust. A long wing-style dividers by R.S. OSBORNE and CO. 10 inches long with some surface rust. And outside calipers. 7 inches. Surface corrosion and rust. Good JPR323 JPR326 JPR296 30 60 photo
6404-224 6404-224 Lot of two combination squares. A 4 and one half inch by 3 and one half inch square head and a 3 inch by 3 and one half inch center head-- both on 12 inch No. 4 STARRETT rules with spots of surface rust. Japanning approximately 80 percent on both and center head has initials stamped into it near locking nut. Scriber- locking nut- and spirit level intact on square head. Good plus GRN9 GRN8 30 60 photo
6404-225 *6404-225 Lot of two calipers. Outside calipers- 6 inches and a pair of long adjusting calipers- 8 and one half inches long. Some specs of red paint on both. Good JPR328 JPR327 25 50 photo
6404-226 *6404-226 Lot of rules. A STARRETT 24 inch flexible steel rule in inches with graduations in 10ths- 12ths- 15ths- and 32nds with some surface rust and some light wear. Plus two STANLEY boxwood rules-- one a 66 and one half sweetheart and the other a four-fold two foot. Both highly worn and stained with corrosion to brass. A CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 68 with slightly stained wood and crack near the hinge and rusty bronze. A ESSKAY advertising 12 inch straight rule. Esskay was apparently a meat manufacturer- worn but numbers mostly visible. And a very highly worn and stained rule- unable to read any numbers or maker on outside- pins bent. Starrett is the best out of the lot. Fair and better JPR330 JPR332 JPR339 JPR338 JPR340 JPR341 40 80 photo
6404-227 6404-227 TOPPs bevel and framing tool. Type 2. Surface corrosion and tables and trademarks are about 40 percent visible. Handle has small burn mark but otherwise clean. Good- LBD307 50 100 photo
6404-228 6404-228 Box of assorted STARRET shrinkage rules. 5 assorted shrinkage rules in open wooden box with 7 slots. Some rules have user initials etched on them- rules have some light wear and some surface rust spots. Rules include a No. 379- No. 368- two No. 375s- and a No. 374. Box has -H. Sturmer- carved on bottom. Good VIN304 40 80 photo
6404-229 6404-229 Lot of four boxwood rules. Three LUFKIN No. 372s-- which were the equivalent of the STANLEY No. 36 and one half two fold-one foot caliper rule in mint condition. Plus an actual Stanley 36 and one half- worn and dirty that was in the same box. Box not original. Mint -Lufkins only- JRI296 60 100 photo
6404-230 6404-230 Architects rule. Two-foot- fourfold with beveled internal edges made of German silver and bone. No maker but -J. G. Cowe- stamped on hinge -likely user-. Small crack on outer edge- reglued crack near hinge with mild yellowing- pins and hinges good. Good LBD107 150 300 photo
6404-231 *6404-231 Lot of two STANLEY No. 25 bevels. A 6 inch version with rosewood handle and an 8 inch version. Both have sweetheart marks- good users. Good VTD26 VTD22 20 40 photo
6404-232 6404-232 STARRETT No. 20 square. Solid steel handle- 6 inch unruled version. Some spots on it that could be cleaned up. Good GRN10 40 80 photo
6404-233 6404-233 WILLIAM CROOK and SON No. 15 boxwood rule. Same as a Chapin No. 15 and likely made by Chapin. Crook and Son was a Baltimore hardware dealer from the 1870s until 1897. Fourfold two foot brassbound. Unfortunately in very worn condition with a bad split and chip near one hinge but a rare mark for collectors of Baltimore history. Good- WHITBY3 40 80 photo
6404-234 6404-234 STANLEY mystery rule. Marked with three patent dates-- two of which correspond to Traut patents for folding rules and looks like part of a folding rule but no sign of hinge. 8 inches long and wear to yellow paint. Patent dates listed are 10-21-02 -- 12-16-02 -- and 6-5-00. Good- VTD178 40 80 photo
6404-235 6404-235 Lot of two multitools in cases. One is in lightly worn case marked ROTHCO PRODUCTS Philadelphia and contains Executive Pocket Chum- a caliper- and Executive Pocket Pal- a ruler and square. Both stainless steel and contain decimal charts on their backs with some wear and light oxidation but overall clean. And E. P. JOHNSON No. 50 combination tool with leather case and instructions. Stainless steel body functions as center head- drill point gauge- and bevel protractor. Slight wear and case has initials written in marker. Good BKF6 40 80 photo
6404-236 *6404-236 Lot of two machinist tools. A GandJ vernier caliper marked Made in USA with surface rust but jaws work smoothly. And 2 unmarked brass protractors. One 4 and one half inches and other 6 and one fourth inches- both possibly part of drafting set since no makers. Smaller one has some surface schmutz and both have oxidation. Good BKF3 30 60 photo
6404-237 *6404-237 Lot of two machinist tools. BROWN and SHARPE MFG. CO. twist drill and steel wire gauge. 5 inches long with surface oxidation but etchings still visible. And a STARRETT speed indicator marked with 3-28-05 patent date. Some patches of rust but otherwise good. Good BKF5 30 60 photo
6404-238 *6404-238 CRAFTSMAN No. 4026 machinists multipurpose tool. Marked circa 1937 with a few light scratches keep it from being mint but all etching is pristine. Functions as a protractor- square- center finder- drill point gauge- and circle divider. Fine BKF4 30 60 photo
6404-239 *6404-239 Lot of steel rules. Three 6 inch rules from EDGAR T. WARD and SONS-- Boston MA. MANCHESTER DIE COMPANY New Hampshire --both in good condition and JAMES F. WHITE-- a cloth dealer in New York with some wear and what looks like some sort of repair on the reverse side. Plus a two-foot - four-fold marked Made in Germany with some surface corrosion. Good and better BKF 30 60 photo
6404-240 *6404-240 Patented bottle capper. Patented in 1922 by Harry Lebherst of Frederick MD and sold by the Everedy Company of that city. Some surface rust but still works smoothly. Good MRA213 20 40 photo
6404-241 6404-241 WING MAILER. Invented by Chauncey Wing of Greenfield MA in 1894 to attach mailing labels and still being manufactured today. This one dates to mid-century and is complete and functional. Good plus MAX159 75 150 photo
6404-242 6404-242 ELITE TOOL CHESTS FOR BOYS small tool chest. Small dovetailed tool box. 12î x 6î. Veneer worn and front latch and inside tray missing. Label intact with slight wear (staining and bubbling) depicts boys building boat and is No. 500. Dovetail coming loose on rear side and only tool left is small wood square. Good- SSA91 40 80 photo
6404-243 *6404-243 Patented piston expander Used to expand or reshape pistons and patented by H.K. Switzer in 1944. Marked with Patent Nos. 2-289-941 and 2-341-959 and -HKS Co. Newport KY.- Japanning almost fully gone on handle. 3 inch crack in handle with some surface rust and wear to metal but wheels still spin. Good MAX384 20 40 photo
6404-244 *6404-244 Lot of miscellaneous tools. STANLEY No. 709 clamp-on swivel base vise. Set of five STANLEY hand scrapers- four OHS and a PLUMB 16 inch nailing hammer with original handle and decal. Good MAX342 MAX346 MAX401B 20 40 photo
6404-245 6404-245 Wooden jointer plane. 27 and one half inches. Unsigned but has a Columbia German iron and looks European. Body and wedge in very clean condition with some dinging on heel and toe and tote has some chipping and a modern screw repair. Good KGM197 60 120 photo
6404-246 6404-246 Miniature router. Only 4 inches across and cutter is made from an old triangular file. Birch. Nicely made and usigned. Good plus PLH150 60 120 photo
6404-247 *6404-247 Lot of two STANLEY No. 35 transitional planes. A Type 10 and Type 11-- both have chips from end of tote and Type 11 tote is well reglued. Type 10 has worn toe and number enhanced with pen. Both have 1892 patent cutters. Metal and japanning good. Good MAX216 MAX319 30 60 photo
6404-248 6404-248 European style bench plane. 12 inch sole. 2 and five eighths inch cutter. Front and rear handles with no major cracks or splits. Good JRI210 40 80 photo
6404-249 6404-249 Coopers sun plane. Super clean condition. D.R. BARTON cutter. Good plus LBD492 50 100 photo
6404-250 6404-250 Wooden plane. Only 4 and three eighths inch long. Triangular body like a core box but cutter is on one side to cut grooves. Unsigned and dark wood well patinated. Good plus JRI305 50 100 photo
6404-251 6404-251 Lot of two wood bottom planes. A STANLEY No. 127 Liberty Bell jack plane with T mark on cutter- body has wear and scratches but no damageand good tote and knob. And a KEEN KUTTER transitional bench plane that looks like a KS although -S- obscured. 8 and one half inch sole. Wedge and bar mark on toe and cutter and body has wear but no damage. Good NPL3 NPL5 55 100 photo
6404-252 6404-252 Lot of two old womans tooth routers. English beech. Hand shaped and well made. 5 inches and 5 and three fourths inch wide soles. Stamped with owner names. Good WOL295 WOL296 40 80 photo
6404-253 6404-253 WINSTED PLANE CO. screw-arm plow plane. Beech body has wear but no damage and would clean up nicely. Good boxwood nuts with one chip and threads good. No cutter. -A- mark. Good ACN2 50 100 photo
6404-254 6404-254 D router. Handcarved from beech and very elegantly shaped. Cutter held by handforged wingnut with two missing screws. Makers name -J. Close- stamped in two triangular patterns. Good WOL293 50 100 photo
6404-255 6404-255 GREENFIELD TOOL CO. No. 534 plow plane. Rosewood body with boxwood screw arms and screws- brass thumbscrew-Sheffield cutter. Has some minor chipping on threads and a few checks in body. Small amount of surface rust on skate and two cracks near wedge opening. Good plus OTR 125 250 photo
6404-256 6404-256 STANLEY No. 25 wood bottom block plane. Rarest of the Stanley transitionals. Type 10 or so. Cutter has the April 1892 patent date but it is on the wrong side for bedding bevel side up so may be from another plane. Has the correct plate instead of cap iron. Wood looks refinished with metal fine and japanning 85 percent with some chips in throat. Good- MAX368 75 150 photo
6404-257 6404-257 Large screwbox. 9 and one half inches x 6 inches with a 2 inch diameter thread. Held together with handforged nuts. Good SPM87 40 80 photo
6404-258 6404-258 Rounding plane. Also known as a witchet or adjustable rounder- unmarked but not user made. Has iron adjusting screws. Some large cracks that do not affect use and inactive worm on most of the body. One of the two screw-handles has crack and other has a chip but otherwise nice. Good BJL105 50 100 photo
6404-259 6404-259 D router. Boxwood base and knobs with mahogany body. 8 inches wide. One screw missing. Good BJL25A 40 80 photo
6404-260 6404-260 Massive E. W. PENNELL handled skew plane with side fence. 14 and one half inches long by 6 inches wide-- A mark -2 stars in AWP- Pennell was planemaker from 1839-1859. Also owner stamped W. Reid. W. GREAVE and SONS iron- wedge worn. Some checks in wood as to be expected with its age. Good GAN30 60 120 photo
6404-261 6404-261 Large A. HOWLAND rabbet plane. A little over 16 inches long and 1 inch wide. Skewed cutter and double nickers. A couple of dings and a few recent chips on tote and throat with a few stains and surface rust on cutters. Good BJL107 40 80 photo
6404-262 6404-262 Screw-arm plow plane. Beech. Unhandled. Unusual elongated nuts. Unsigned and damage to threads and worn wedge. Butcher cutter and one closed crack in body. Good LBD497 50 100 photo
6404-263 6404-263 A. HOWLAND and CO. plow plane. Beech. Body good noting a couple of tight cracks on top and some damage to threads and wear on wedge. Good nuts and turned balls at end of arms. Good LBD197 50 100 photo
6404-264 6404-264 Large T. GOLDSMITH panel raiser. 14 inches long by 6 inches wide with center tote- skewed cutter. Some rodent chewing on top of throat and small crack but doesnt effect use. Paint specks. User marks all over body. Wedge a bit chewed up and unmarked cutter has surface rust. Good- GAN178G 50 100 photo
6404-265 6404-265 Tenoning plane. To be used in a similar fashion to a chute plane. Has handle and skewed cutter and wedged nicker. This one is 15 inches long. W. BUTCHER cutter looks hammered down at the top corner. Spring marked. Some inactive worm and a few cracks at toe. Comes with copy of EAIAs The Chronicle Volume 54 Number 4 which talks about tenoning planes. Good BJL106 50 100 photo
6404-266 6404-266 OHIO TOOL CO. screw-arm handled plow plane. Marked Scioto Works and 97. Dark patination and some damage to threads and crack in one of the screw arms. Original Ohio Tool cutter and rusty with some spalling. Body in good shape. Nice looking. Good BJL103 40 80 photo
6404-267 6404-267 DISSTON No. 7 rip saw. 1 inch 1870s style medallion. Faint etch. 4 tpi. Beech handle with minor wear to horns. Good HAN228 40 80 photo
6404-268 6404-268 DISSTON nest of saws. Based on Disstons 5-27-74 patent for a handle that facilitated easy blade replacement. Main blade has the Disston etch and is 16 inches. 6 and one half tpi ground crosscut. Includes six other blades-- one -keyhole blade with broken tip- also marked Disston. Good HAN239 50 90 photo
6404-269 6404-269 Lot of two ripsaws. A DISSTON No. 16 -thin back- with 24 inch blade amd good nib with 4 and one half inch tpi. And a GEO H.BISHOP No.8-- 24 inch blade and 5 tpi. Both applewood handles have wear but no significant chips but blades have some surface rust but no pitting. Clearly legible etches. Good plus Whitby1 55 110 photo
6404-270 6404-270 DISSTON miter box saw. 27 inch blade. 11 tpi. Faint etch and applewood handle has wear but no major damage. Good JOHN SCOTT 30 60 photo
6404-271 6404-271 Lot of three English brass back saws. A W. MARPLES and SONS -Special- with legible etch. A SANDERSON KAYSER -Pax- and a SPEAR and JACKSON. All have 12 inch blades and traces of surface rust but still nice and sharp and handles with wear but no major chips or splits -Spear and Jackson has most wear and some paint spatters-. Good and better WOL250 WOL256 WOL281 60 120 photo
6404-272 6404-272 Combination saw. Handle is same shape as a DISSTON No. 43 but no level and the medallions are in center part of handle. Can be used as a square and includes notch for plumb line and scratch awl which is present and held in by spring. Blade likely a replacement from common handsaw as there is no etching and handle is worn. Chip at top and has one tight crack but horns not chipped. Good BB51 30 60 photo
6404-273 6404-273 DISSTON No. 29 combination saw. Top edge ruled for use as a rule or try square. 25 and one half inch 8 tpi blade with faint but readable etch. Original scratch awl present. General wear to handle with chip out of top horn. Good PLH128 50 100 photo
6404-274 6404-274 Lot of three bucksaws. All unsigned ranging from 29 inches to 33 inches. One has a modeern replacement stretcher otherwise good age and in decent condition. Good JPR360 JPR361 JPR362 50 100 photo
6404-275 6404-275 Lot of small saws. An unusual Amerian pad saw by BOOTH and MILLS of Philadelphia with a notation that it was awarded a -premium- by the New York and Philadelphia. Beech handle is worn but intact. Brass collar and blade broken off. Plus a second unsigned keyhole saw and three handled dovetail saws. Good and better SPM67 75 150 photo
6404-276 6404-276 Flush-cutting saw. User made with numerous decorative stamps on handle- side mounted 5 and one fourth inch blade with some surface rust and a missing tooth. Good WOL347 50 100 photo
6404-277 6404-277 SPEAR and JACKSON No. 52 brass backed dovetail saw. 12 inch version. Faint etch on blade. Very clean handle and not oversharpened. Good plus WOL257 40 80 photo
6404-278 6404-278 CRAFTSMAN No. 7C corrugated sole jointer. Cutter has significant surface rust. Phillips head screw holding cap iron is worn otherwise good. Good MRA235 50 100 photo
6404-279 6404-279 STANLEY pre-lateral No. 8 jointer plane. Type 4. J mark on cutter. Wear to top of tote otherwise clean. Good NPL6 110 200 photo
6404-280 6404-280 STANLEY No. A5 aluminum jack plane. Rosewood knob and tote have dinging and a few small paint speckles and sole has several scratches and dings on body as the aluminum planes were prone to have. Sweetheart mark on cutter that has significant surface rust. Lever cap logo has about 50 percent of its orange japanning left. Good- CGD224 50 100 photo
6404-281 6404-281 Infill bench plane. Unsigned and unusual design. 15 and one half inch sole. 2 and one fourth inch W. Butcher cutter. Infill looks like walnut. Wood is worn with rounded-over tote and significant wear to wedge- front bun in the form of a knob. Good- LBD499 40 80 photo
6404-282 6404-282 Lot of three block planes. STANLEY No. 110 brown body IOB. Body has light surface rust easily cleaned. Box has flap detached but present. A No. 103 with semi-circular mark on cutter. Nice and clean. And a CRAFTSMAN No. 619.3732 low angle knuckle-joint adjustable. Good and better KGM35 KGM36 KGM38 50 90 photo
6404-283 6404-283 KEEN KUTTER KK5 corrugated sole jack plane. Properly marked cutter. Mild surface wear to knob and tote and japanning almost complete. Good plus NW576 65 130 photo
6404-284 *6404-284 SARGENT 409 smoothing plane. Has a Stanley 4-19-92 patent blade. Japanning 70 percent. Tote chipped on end with some white paint flecks on knob and body. Good LEE889 20 40 photo
6404-285 6404-285 STANLEY Bed Rock bench plane No. 604 and one half C. Corrugated. Type 6 with corrugated sole that has some pitting. Metal cleaned up on body and japanning repainted. Wood has only a couple small nicks with some surface rust on blade and lever cap and blade slighly chipped at one corner. Good MAX6 75 150 photo
6404-286 6404-286 STANLEY BED ROCK No. 604C smoothing plane. Type 5. The first flat top side with 1907-09 mark on cutter but later lever cap with only notched square Stanley mark. Clean with minor wear to knob and tote and japanning 80 percent with a few scratches on sole. Some small dings in the metal on one cheek and letter H stamped into other cheek. Good DKN19 60 120 photo
6404-287 6404-287 SARGENT No. 407 smooth plane. Later type frog. Small chip from end of tote. Proper marked cutter. Good DCR260 75 125 photo
6404-288 6404-288 Instrument makers plane. Unsigned. Brass body with 2 inch compassed sole. Rosewood wedge and toothed cutter. Good plus WOL351 60 120 photo
6404-289 6404-289 Miniature infill smoother. 2 and five eighths inches long gunmetal body. Stained wood infill. Nicely made and unsigned. Good KGM95 100 200 photo
6404-290 6404-290 STANLEY No. 8C jointer plane. 1892 cutter. Metal good and chip from one side of tote and some chips from bottom of lever cap. Good DKS3 75 150 photo
6404-291 6404-291 STANLEY No. 193 fiberboard plane. Has fence and all 7 attachments and an extra 1A. Includes cutters 1-6- 6 razor blades in paper- and nuts and screws in original blade box. Body looks touched up or repainted and knob has dinging. Tote has a few scuffs and light tarnish on nickel. Attachments have most of their japanning and might have a few touch ups too. Good GNM40 40 80 photo
6404-292 6404-292 UNION TOOL CO. circular plane. Unions version of the Stanley No. 113. Japanning worn on tote with some loss of nickel and corrosion on adjustment knob and has a Stanley sweetheart cutter. Good DCR258 60 120 photo
6404-293 6404-293 STANLEY No. 20 circular plane. Nickel is about 75 percent. 1892 patent cutter. Good sole and minimal rust. Good RSH81 80 150 photo
6404-294 6404-294 STANLEY No. 39 and seven eighths dado plane. Japanned surface dirty but intact and with both nickers. Good plus NW586 60 120 photo
6404-295 6404-295 SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plane. Unusual variation with solid fruitwood fence - see plate 20 in PTAMPIA I pg. 101 - but with rosewood sliding fencing section. Not marked. Surface corrosion and some loss of nickel. One cutter. Good JRI312 60 120 photo
6404-296 6404-296 TRU-GRIND tool sharpening system and extra base slide IOB. Manufactured by WOODCUT out of New Zealand. This system accurately sharpens all woodturning tools by working with a grinder. Jig consists of a base which slides and has locking wingnut and a horizontal support bar to allow for various grinding angles. System comes with instructional booklet and CD-rom. All in box in decent shape and jig is untouched. And an extra base slide in box -has writing on box- but also unused. Bases are reversible to fit either side of your grinder. Mint CKE1 CKE2 175 300 photo
6404-297 6404-297 Lot of two tools. A GENERAL HARDWARE MFG CO No. 810 plane blade and chisel sharpener IOB. Tool has light use but all there and box has slight wear with a few tape marks and one spot on back label missing. Plus a 1960s STANLEY No. 59 dowel jig with 6 guides IOB. Tool shows light wear but still nice and shiny and all guides and dusty folded instruction booklet included. Box bottom only and some wear. Good plus DHS5 40 80 photo
6404-298 *6404-298 Veterinary syringe. Unsigned. 14 inches long overall. Good PNG8 20 40 photo
6404-299 6404-299 Set of WARDS plow plane irons. Complete set of eight numbered irons and some light surface rust and end spalling. Good plus WOL287 100 200 photo
6404-300 6404-300 Hand vise. In the bottom half of its box but the top half is missing which would tell us who made it. Marked only patent pending. 3 and one half inches long. Nickel plated and bakelite jaws. Good PLH200 45 90 photo
6404-301 6404-301 CRUSADER ratcheting brace. A CRUSADER ratcheting brace with marbled bakelite head and grip with only mild wear. 10 inch sweep with a couple spots of surface schmutz but otherwise clean. Chuck and jaws good. Plus a STANLEY bit brace that looks like a No. 945 with 10 inch sweep. Grip and head have wear with rust on chuck and jaws good. Good LBD456 LBD457 30 60 photo
6404-302 *6404-302 J. ASHKAM Sheffield plated brace. Decent condition beech brace with brass plating and boxwood head. Uncommon maker. Good MAX141 20 40 photo
6404-303 6404-303 MILLERS FALLS No. 503 naster corner brace 8 inch sweep. Cocobolo head and grips. One grip cracked and chipped and other has wear and head dinged. Metal has slight pitting and discoloration but no rust but has what looks like initials carved into it. Good HAN248 30 60 photo
6404-304 6404-304 RUGER ratchet brace. Unmarked but manufactured by Ruger. Nice heavy-duty brace with lignum handle and pad and unique sliding catch ratchet mechanism. Chuck looks like someone took pliers to it so has some damage to knurling and some dings. Rare brace in decent condition with minimal surface corrosion. Good user. Good OTR2 100 200 photo
6404-305 6404-305 LOWENTRAUT -20th Century- wrench brace. Patented in 1901 by S. J. Johnson and manufactured by Lowentraut. In decent shape with good rosewood handle and grip but quite a bit of nickel loss and surface rust. Marked -Territories for Sale by S. J. Johnston-- Leesburg VA- Good RYP 80 160 photo
6404-306 6404-306 Lot of two metal braces. One has an unusual brass collar around the push-button chuck. Rosewood head with tight crack and 7 inch sweep. The other is smith made and unusually long with a hand-forged wingnut chuck and good walnut head. 10 inch sweep. Good CDE1662 CDE1954 60 120 photo
6404-307 6404-307 Cast iron cage brace. Body looks cast from mold with beautiful open cage style grip and chuck and has square chuck with brass thumbscrew. 4 inch throw. Good plus CDE870 75 150 photo
6404-308 6404-308 W. MARPLES and SONS brace. 14 inch sweep. Rosewood head with some dings and patches of surface rust on body and turnscrew. Square chuck marked with number 7. Good CDE1978 40 80 photo
6404-309 6404-309 MATHIESON brace. Attractive ebony and brass head with brass medallion and a few small wear spots and dings. Six-sided steel body with surface putting and couple of rust spots. 9 inch sweep. Good CDE1975 40 80 photo
6404-310 6404-310 BARTHOLOMEW patent brace. Clearly marked with Bartholomews 5-14-1870 patent for the chuck jaws and marked -116.- Appears to have been manufactured by Bartholomew before acquisition by Stanley. Metal is discolored but only slight surface rust. Fruitwood handle and grip are good with slight wear on chuck. 8 inch sweep. Good CDE504 40 80 photo
6404-311 6404-311 YANKEE No. 1003 bench drill press. Manufactured by NORTH BROS. Looks like It is all there but mechanism to lower the drill needs lubricating and adjusting. Has original brass nameplate with three patent dates. Good JPR? 100 200 photo
6404-312 6404-312 Lot of four metal clamps. Two C-clamps based on Pardon Whitneys 1888 design patent and manufactured by PECK- STOW- and WHITNEY-- 2 and one half inches and 3 inches. 3 inch one has a U-shaped metal bar that looks original and very decorative for C-clamps. Plus an elaborate and unusual picture frame corner clamp marked patent applied for and an unmarked one with two separate jaws pulled together by the crank. Action on this one is sloppy but others work fine. Good and better NW1966 NW1707 NW1934 NW1961 55 110 photo
6404-313 6404-313 ERIE TOOL WORKS chain vice. Can either be clamped or permanently mounted. Clamp pad has damage otherwise dirty but sound. Faded green paint. Good JPR346 70 140 photo
6404-314 6404-314 Hand-forged saw vise. 6 inches long. 2 inch jaws. Intended to be handheld or clamped in a table vice. Well made. Good plus PNG5 60 120 photo
6404-315 *6404-315 Set of auger bits in RUSSELL JENNINGS box. Various bits from one eights inch to 1 inch bu Russell Jennings- Irwin- Caldwell Lightning.- Both round and square head mix. Bits in decent condition and some look unused. Box dirty and stained and top 2 back hinges have missing or replacement screws- top latch missing and label 80 percent Good MSN23 20 40 photo
6404-316 6404-316 Miter box. Unusual cam-operated locking mechanism. -Pat Applied For- is scratched into the wooden base but there is no other name. Different. Good RYP26 70 140 photo
6404-317 6404-317 Set of name stamps. Eight stamps with different names. None famous. Good WOL355 20 40 photo
6404-318 6404-318 Set of WARDS plow plane irons. Complete set of eight. No. 2 is stamped -imperfect- with some light surface rust and end spalling. Good WOL339 80 160 photo
6404-319 6404-319 Lot of three sets of stamps. One set of letters- five sixteenths inch-- Two numbers- three sixteenths inch and one fourth inch in wooden holders. The No. 6 in the three sixteenths inch set has the end broken off but still usable but rest are nice and clean. Good and better JAR157 JAR158 JAR159 40 80 photo
6404-320 6404-320 Figural chopper. 13 and one half inches overall. 8 inch blade in shape of horses head with good walnut handle- blade has surface pitting but sharp. Good WOL371 50 100 photo
6404-321 6404-321 Lot of cast iron keys. 25 or so in total-- ranging from 2 inches to 5 inches in length and some with various elaborate wards. One marked -T. Perry and Son- and -Gunpowder.- Mild surface rust on some. Good WOL374 40 80 photo
6404-322 6404-322 H. GERSTNER and SONS machinists tool chest. Looks like tiger oak and has 7 drawers total and good green felt lining has some dinginess. Mirror has some staining but no cracks. One metal corner protector is damaged and needs repair as it does not sit flush with corner. Wood has wear and staining but still very attractive. Leather handle coming apart. Good- HAN CHEST 75 150 photo
6404-323 6404-323 Lot of two STANLEY No. 66 universal hand beaders. One is early japanned type but has Stanley cast into arm so not Type 1. Second is a nickel plated type with about 60 percent nickel. Each has the straight fence only -nut replaced on nickeled model--- total of three cutters-- one double-ended- one single-ended- and one blank. Good MAX374 MAX375 75 140 photo
6404-324 6404-324 BAILEY No. 10 double spokeshave. Patented by Bailey in 1866-- this is the shave that became the Stanley No. 60. Unmarked except for patent date. Japanning about 60 percent and screwheads on keeper bar chewed. Good LBD387 80 160 photo
6404-325 6404-325 Lot of two metal spokeshaves. A STANLEY No. 59 spokeshave with the semicircle Stanley Rule and Level Co. mark on blade. Blade and body have surface rust. 75 percent japanning with flecks of paint on body. Plus a STEARNS No. 8- complete with surface rust and japanning 70 percent. Flat sole and decorative yoke. Throat has a few small chips but blade good and unmarked with surface corrosion. Good BCN11 BCN9 40 80 photo
6404-326 6404-326 E. PRESTON and SONS No. 1391 spokeshave. Nickel plated with depth and lateral adjustments. -Prestons- on left handle and -Patent- on right handle. 1 and fifteen sixteens inch blade has a few small nicks and some surface rust and spokeshave body has wear and surface rust. Could be cleaned up nicely. Good BCN13 50 100 photo
6404-327 6404-327 MARTINs No. 390 spokeshave. See 8-29 in MPSSandST-- made by CINCINNATI TOOL CO with -Cast Steel- and -The Cinti Tool Co- on blade. The No. 390s sometimes had the Martins cap such as this one. Uncommon shave with round bottom and japanning 85 percent. Curved-top blade has a few very tiny chips with surface rust in a few spots. Good plus BCN3 50 100 photo
6404-328 6404-328 Lot of two metal spokeshaves. An L. BAILEY No. 5 concave shave with properly marked cutter but leading edge broken and one with a STANLEY semicircular mark with B casting mark and 9 inches wide with compassed sole. Good - and better MAX357 MAX369 50 100 photo
6404-329 6404-329 Lot of two spokeshaves. E.P. PRESTON and SONS No. 1373 6 inch nickel-plated shave with some minor nickel loss on sole and marked cutter. And a 3 inch unmarked instrument makers brass shave. Good plus KGM99 KGM100 75 125 photo
6404-330 6404-330 C. JOHNSON draw knife. Manufactured by C. Johnson and Co.- Sheffield with 12 inch blade and 21 inches long total. Turned. Fixed handles have a few stains and slight wear but good. Brass collars have some dents. Blade still sharp with only a few small nicks and some surface pitting. Good plus BJL97 50 100 photo
6404-331 6404-331 STANLEY No. 81 cabinet scraper. Nickel plated version. Rosewood sole in nice condition except for a few scratches and the screws are starting to poke through. Unmarked cutter and surface rust on cutter and body. Stamped 546 on underside of one gullwing. Good CGD231 30 60 photo
6404-332 6404-332 STANLEY No. 70 box scraper. Used to scrape off the markings from wooden shipping boxes. Earliest model with vee mark on blade. Brass collar has a ding or two and japanning about 50 percent. Handle has a few stains but nice but with surface rust. Good CGD348 30 60 photo
6404-333 6404-333 STANLEY No. 71 router. Looks like early Type 12 with rosewood knobs and black japanning 90 percent. Has two graduated cutters and two fences. Knobs have a few dings but still in nice condition. A few rust spots on sole. Good plus and better CKE7 30 60 photo
6404-334 6404-334 D router. 7 inches wide with beech body and custom cutter. Brass holder and wingnut. Good plus BJL25B 50 100 photo
6404-335 6404-335 STANLEY No. 271 miniature router. American version in near mint condition. Fine MAX392 40 80 photo
6404-336 6404-336 Lot of four coping saws. A moden -Viking- by FORSBERG MFG. and three older types with sliding frame adjustment- two of these need new blades. Good CGD357 CGD384 40 80 photo
6404-337 6404-337 Lot of three scrapers. Two cabinet scrapers by STARRETT-- a No. 181 and a No. 194 with -universal- swiveling heads. Both have significant rust and the 181 has a chip out of the end of the handle but could be cleaned up. Plus a 1906 patent scraper sold by Shapleigh Hardware and HSandB. It has a universal joint in handle and cam locking mechanism for cutter. Also has some rust but good example of a rare patented scraper. Good SSA57 SSA58 SSA59 40 80 photo
6404-338 *6404-338 ATKINS No 3 Perfection scraper. 12 inches long with beveled blade and nicely worn beech handle. Blade has some discoloration but no chips. Handle has small crack up by stem. Small amount of corrosion on plated head. Nice example. Good DST416 30 60 photo
6404-339 6404-339 COLUMBIA EDGE drawknife. Made by Columbia Edge Tool Co- 15 inch drawknife with 7 inch blade. Handles worn with scrapes and dings and surface rust on hinges and lock screws. Blade has some surface rust and pitting but blade still sharp. Good- GRN13 30 60 photo
6404-340 6404-340 A. J. WILKINSON drawknife. Mark worn so only shows -A. J.- and Boston-Warr- but clearly Wilkinsons drawknife with patent date on back right hinge. 7 inch blade has surface corrosion and rust but still sharp and in good condition. Wing-nut hinges work smoothly and handles have wear and a few dings. Good HAN243 30 60 photo
6404-341 6404-341 Lot of three STANLEY scrapers. Two No. 82s-- one of them a Type 1 and a No. 282 sweetheart with mostly intact decal. Good MAX345 50 80 photo
6404-342 6404-342 Patented nail puller 18 inches long overall with claw at the end and plyers. There are two patent dates cast into it - 1-1-1900 and 5-14-1901 - but I could not locate either of them. Good plus BFS259 50 100 photo
6404-343 6404-343 Lot of three wagon wrenches. An IRON AGE cutout- a DEERE s-shaped and a large model with an 1 and three eighths inch box end marked only -3.- Good ALV473 ALV250 ALV251 50 80 photo
6404-344 6404-344 Lot of three wrenches. A -Rapid- quick adjusting wrench with swiveling head. A BELMONT BUCKY s-shaped wrench -very rusty- and a MERCEDES BENZ wrench for large allen-head nuts. Good ALV30 ALV453 50 100 photo
6404-345 6404-345 Lot of three specialized gripping tools. An unmarked hand vise nicely made and clearly manufactured. A Heaton Button Fastener patented 10-10-1875 and manufactured in Providence RI and some kind of weird pliers with multiple jaws that I can not figure out. Good and better ALV21 ALV25 ALV35 60 120 photo
6404-346 *6404-346 Lot of two COES-type wrenches. 8 inch perfect handle model by COES WRENCH CO. of Worchester. And a 6 inch steel handle model marked only CLEVELAND - it looks like there is a manufacturers name but its not legible. Jaws of both are a little worn but both work smoothly. Good JAR253 ALV254 35 70 photo
6404-347 6404-347 Lot of three miniature wrenches. A 4 and one half inch wrench by GEM TandL. A 5 and one half inch by KEATING WHEEL CO. and a 5 inch by KELLOGG MFG. of Racine. All nut wrenches with steel handles with various degrees of rust but all work Good and better ALV27 ALV39 ALV43 60 100 photo
6404-348 6404-348 Lot of two 10 inch pipe wrenches. A STANLEY No. 10 with sweetheart mark and wooden handle. And one that looks identical but with metal handle marked -Simmons- possibly made for Simmons by Stanley. Both are in super clean condition with good jaws and no rust. Good plus



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6404-349 6404-349 Jumbo lot of screwdrivers and scratch awls in tool tote. Six with clear yellow plastic handles in nice shape- seven perfect handle types- mixed five miscellaneous including one 23 inches and 4 scratch awls. In a well used but solid 10 inches x 22 inches tool tote with iron handle. As is - no returns. Mixed JPR various 2 50 100 photo
6404-350 6404-350 Lot of two pipe wrenches. A -Fitzall- quick adjustment type patented by J.R. Long in 1908 and 1910-- manufactured by the STANDARD WRENCH and TOOL CO. of Providence RI- 16 inches. And an unmarked model 10 inches long with an unusual center-nut adjustment. Good ALV429 60 120 photo
6404-351 *6404-351 Lot of two Yankee screwdrivers. A NORTH BROS. No. 35- the model number of the other is obscured but it is 18 inches and reversible. Larger one has Phillips and regular bits but both have bits and work smoothly. Good and better JPR270 JPR279 40 80 photo
6404-352 *6404-352 MILLERS FALLS No. 47 expansive bit IOB. Box in decent shape - only 2 corners detached and label about 90 percent intact but has masking tape on center. Bit looks barely used with only slight surface rust in a few spots on body. Good plus CKE5 30 60 photo
6404-353 6404-353 MILLERS FALLS No. 108 angle brace attachment. These are not rare but you will never find one in better condition. Looks unused and red and black paint in immaculate condition. Fine RSH77 90 180 photo
6404-354 *6404-354 Lot of two HARLEY DAVIDSON end wrenches. One is three eighths inch- one half inch- nine sixteenths inch and 20mm and the other is three eighths inch- seven sixteenths inch and one half inch in like new condition. Plus we are throwing in a lot of 12 ignition and spark plug wrenches with various sizes and makers. Good and better VIN267 VIN301 30 60 photo
6404-355 *6404-355 H.D. SMITH -Perfect Handle- open end wrench. Largest of the Perfect Handle wrenches with 1 and three fourths inch opening and 15 inch length. A couple of dings on the handle and surface rust on head. Good ABR8 20 40 photo
6404-356 6404-356 Lot of two BEMIS wrenches. Both 12 inches long-- one a center nut type and other a long nut type. Some dings- pitting- and surface rust on both. Long nut type has dinged wooden handle and small crack near ring. Good MRA53 MRA7 50 100 photo
6404-357 *6404-357 Lot of tools. SCHOLLHORN parallel jaw pliers with diagonal cutters with some surface rust but overall clean. Unmarked fencing pliers with wire cutter and some teeth chipped away from lower jaw. A 9 inch basin wrench with jaws at right angles to solid iron handle and has name and patent date too faint to make out. Surface oxidation but works smoothly and no pitting. And a BOARDMAN combination wrench with the less common Boardman mark and jaws sprung but otherwise in very nice clean condition. Good ALV476 ALV212 ALV171 ALV161 40 80 photo
6404-358 6404-358 Lot of two quick-adjust wrenches. A -Clickplier- manufactured by CLICK MFG CO. of Fairbury Neb. with two patents. And a -Speedgrip Automatic- made by POLARIS PRODUCTS of Milwaukee that is supposed to tighten when a knob is slid along the handle but I can not get it to work reliably. Good ALV22 ALV23 60 120 photo
6404-359 6404-359 Lot of two combination wrench-pliers. A Statham patented nut wrench manufactured by the UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. of Ontario and a WARDS MASTER pliers with a crescent wrench in the handle. Good ALV36 ALV97 50 100 photo
6404-360 6404-360 Lot of three small wrenches. Two miniature nut wrenches-- one 3 and one fourth inch marked -Gem TandL.- One 3 inches unmarked but looks like same maker. And a KING DICK 3 inches center screw bicycle wrench. Good MAX372 MAX373 MAX417 50 90 photo
6404-361 6404-361 Patented quck adjustment pipe wrench. Patented by Charles Pomeroy in 1889 and sold by the VICE WRENCH CO. of Brooklyn. An uncommon patented wrench in very good condition. Good plus ALV465 60 120 photo
6404-362 *6404-362 Lot of nippers and wrench. GUNDLACH tile nippers IOB and has 85C mark. It looks used only once or twice with new old stock. Plus a 6 and one half inch COES perfect handle wrench with handle intact and jaws a little dinged but close smoothly. Fine DWH68 DWH78 30 60 photo
6404-363 6404-363 Large wooden trammels on bar. 10 inch long trammels with brass collars and 2 and one half inch points on 33 inch bar. Bar is mahogany and one trammel is wedge locked and other is fixed. Looks user made with chip on fixed head and chip on bar but otherwise clean and very attractive. Good plus BJL96 50 100 photo
6404-364 6404-364 Lot of two STANLEY mortise gauges. A No. 77 rosewood with brass plate and thumbscrew and graduated markings. Pins intact with some scratches on head and few dings on body. Attractive. And a No. 64 and one half with sweetheart mark. Beech body worn and old chip out of head. Scratches by pin and repaired crack on other end. Stamped with number 103 with brass plate and thumbscrew have slight wear. Good- and better CGD370 CGD369 40 80 photo
6404-365 6404-365 Double stemmed mortise gauge. Head made of rosewood with brass plate on one side and curved edge on other with wedge-locked. Only a few dings but very nice looking and large gauge and unusual. Good plus BJL104 75 150 photo
6404-366 6404-366 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. panel slitter. Old split in handle that has been repaired with nails and tight crack by cutter hole. Cutter missing otherwise good. Good- MRA4 50 100 photo
6404-367 *6404-367 STANLEY No. 25 bevel. Type 2. 10 inch blade has 3-16-97 patent date on it. Locking nut rusty and blade has darkened but in good shape. Rosewood handle has some scratches with small spot of schmutz and user intials stamped into one side. Good CGD407 30 60 photo
6404-368 6404-368 HOLD-FAST clamping bevel. Marked with McGraths 1914 patent and has the unique clamping mechanism rather than a wing nut. Rosewood handle with brass ends. Blade has some surface rust and a spot of what looks like paint. Unique. Good CGD358 40 80 photo
6404-369 6404-369 DISSTON and MORSS bevel. 6 inch version. Very faintly marked with but has signature elaborate brass locking screw and rosewood handle. Only small spots of surface rust and handle has a few small dings. Fairly uncommon bevel. Good CGD406 40 80 photo
6404-370 *6404-370 Lot of two mortise gauges. Dual arm type and both arms slide through a wooden head with a brass plate and locking thumbscrew. Wood looks like walnut. And one with an oval head and different sets of points at fixed widths on different sides of the arm- stamped -Jno. Charles.- Good RYP1G 25 50 photo
6404-371 6404-371 Lot of two 9 inch try squares. One unsigned with Winterbottom mitre patent- blade unruled. Handle worn with chip in steel case. Plus a HENRY DISSTON and SON with good rosewood handle and some surface rust on ruled blade. Good BJL26B 40 80 photo
6404-372 *6404-372 STANLEY No. 46-052 quick square. The original version of Stanleys adjustable rafter square- no longer made. Marked patent pending. Good plus DM52 20 40 photo
6404-373 6404-373 STARRETT No. 59-A trammels IOB. Box tattered with a hole in side and 30 percent of top of box missing. Label good with numbers 4798 written on it. Trammels look unused and nickel plating nearly immaculate. Good plus CKE4 50 100 photo
6404-374 6404-374 Lot of four combination squares. A STANLEY No. 21- 6 inch version which is the least common of the No. 21s-- rule has pitting but square head in good condition. Another STANLEY No. 21- the 12 inch version with vee mark and a few rust spots- rule highly worn. A STANLEY No. 21 and one half- only a little orange left on the logo and graduated rule and square head both have rust. A STANLEY No. 22- scriber- locking nut- and both spirit levels intact but one level end cap is missing. Rule highly oxidized and dark but numbers visible. Good and better CRT38 50 100 photo
6404-375 6404-375 STANLEY No. 18 Eureka Flush T bevel. 10 inch version marked only with the Stanley logo. Blade marked with Bodmers patent. Someone drilled 4 hang holes through it. Blade has a few spots of rust but otherwise tool is very clean. Good CGD359 30 60 photo
6404-376 6404-376 Hand forged traveller. Unsigned. Heavy iron rim and spokes with hang hole and tight crack in handle. Good SPM162 50 100 photo
6404-377 6404-377 SCALA vernier calipers. Made in Germany. Marked Alinox 211. Looks virtually unused. Has spring screw lock and scales in centimeters and inches. Is in repurposed red STARRETT plastic case with foam padding. Good plus CKE6 30 60 photo
6404-378 6404-378 Pair of VERITAS marking gauges. Both standard wheel - one graduated in inches andone ungraduated - gently used. Good plus CKE3 30 60 photo
6404-379 6404-379 Set of FREUD carving chisels. A matched set of twelve assorted gouges and chisels- handles look like hickory and near mint condition. Fine KGM165 100 200 photo
6404-380 6404-380 Lot of two marking knives. An -Acorn- brand adjustable knife- blade slides through the 6 and one half inch rosewood handle to lock at different lengths and manufactured by HENRY TAYLOR of Sheffield. And a PFEIL swiss made knife with bubinga handle in near mint condition. Good plus and better KGM160 KGM169 30 60 photo
6404-381 6404-381 Lot of three S.J. ADDIS spoon gouges. Marked 10- 27- and 30. Handles are worn but undamaged. Copper collars -one loose- blades used but not abused and sharp. Good plus KGM164 80 160 photo
6404-382 *6404-382 Lot of four DISSTON tool handles. Three No. 1s and a No. 3. Orange stained wood with wire-wrapped holes at the end. Good KGM107 10 20 photo
6404-383 6404-383 BUCK BROS skew chisel. Three fourths inch No. 2. Good solid tang handle with brass collar. Good plus KGM162 30 60 photo
6404-384 6404-384 S.J. ADDIS gouge. 1 inch No. 4 gouge. Solid tang handle with brass collar slightly loose. Good plus KGM157 40 80 photo
6404-385 6404-385 Set of turning chisels. 12 chisels of different shapes-- plus three additional blades without handles. Unmarked. Handles dirty and some wear but intact with no cracks. Good CRT2 50 100 photo
6404-386 6404-386 STANLEY No. 5 jack plane IOB. 1970s version with yellow mark on lever cap. Near mint. -Plane facts- booklet included. Fine HAN2F 60 100 photo
6404-387 6404-387 STANLEY No. 194 fiberboard beveler. Has slightly rust original blade and slight wear to tote. Has both locking nuts and japanning good. Good plus BJL2 50 100 photo
6404-388 6404-388 STANLEY No.90 bullnose plane IOB. English version. Plane is near mint- box tattered but intact. Fine SSA66 60 100 photo
6404-389 6404-389 STANLEY No. 5 jack plane. Late model with orange notched mark on lever cap- wear but no damage to tote. Bed repainted. Good plus GRN12 50 100 photo
6404-390 6404-390 Lot of two STANLEY No. 7 jointer planes. A Type 7 with 1892 patent on cutter with bed repainted and small chips on end of tote. And a Type 9 with frog adjusting screw that is very rusty with end of tote sheared off- for parts or restoration. Good and fair MRA223 MRA224 90 180 photo
6404-391 6404-391 MILLERS FALLS No. 9 bench plane. The equivalent of the Stanley No. 4. A few minor rust spots with some dinging on knob and very slight wear on tote. Patent date on lever cap and japanning 90 percent. Good plus BKF1 40 80 photo
6404-392 6404-392 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Type 2 with original 45 degree angle blade -unmarked- handle has some dings with slight damage to ends of mouth and needs cleaning. Good BJL1 100 200 photo
6404-393 6404-393 STANLEY No. 81 cabinet scraper. Nickel plated version. Two screws just starting to poke through rosewood sole. Cutter replaced with a Disston hand held scraper. Good SSA34 30 60 photo
6404-394 6404-394 User made cutter honing guide. Similar in design to a Stanley 200 but hand made from cast brass and iron. Very nicely done. Good plus HAN1F 40 80 photo
6404-395 6404-395 Lot of two L. BAILEY spokeshaves. A No. 10 double-blade- early version with a hanghole and a No. 1 missing the adjusting screw. Both have properly marked cutters and some surface rust. Good BCN2 BCN15 80 160 photo
6404-396 6404-396 Spokeshave. Manufactured but unmarked- has gullwing shape and spring lever cap. 10 inches across. Japanning 80 percent and rust on blade. Good BJL45 40 80 photo
6404-397 6404-397 Lot of two wooden spokeshaves. One is user made from rosewood with unusual single-wing design and nicely carved. The other is a 5 inch boxwood concave sole with remnants of a MARPLES decal. Good plus PLH117 PLH205 55 100 photo
6404-398 6404-398 W. BEATTY and SON drawknife. 8 inch narrow blade- discoloration but no rust or pitting and good fixed handles. Beatty worked in and around Philadelphia and Chester PA throughout the nineteenth century. Good plus CGD379 45 90 photo
6404-399 *6404-399 Framed STANLEY Woodworkers Companion reprint poster. John Walters glossy reprint from the 1990s in excellent condition- framed on black matting in a plastic black frame. Excellent addition to anyones workshop. Good MAX362 20 40 photo
6404-400 6404-400 Set of The Practical Handymans Encyclopedias. GREYSTones 18 volume set featuring complete illustrations published in 1965. Paper covers on the outside of each book has kept them in excellent conditon. Plus an extra Volume I of The Practical Encyclopedia of Good Decorating and Home Improvement. Good plus NPL1 75 150 photo
6404-401 6404-401 Lot of two catalogs. A 1925 SARGENT Planes catalog- some wear and yellowing to pages and cover has writing of name I can not decipher and some red stain on bottom right corner. Otherwise in decent condition. Plus a STARRETT 50th Anniversary catalog No. 25 with Morehouse and Wells Co.- Decatur Ill on back cover. Cover has slight wear on edges and pages very lightly yellowed but otherwise in excellent condition. Good and better LKY2 40 80 photo
6404-402 6404-402 Reference book. Wooden Plow Planes by Rosebrook and Fisher. Over 200 color photos and full descriptions of planes- hardcover edition still in plastic. Mint PRK 50 100 photo
6404-403 *6404-403 Lot of three books. Handtools of Arts and Crafts by The Diagram Group- hardcover and pages crisp and dust jacket has very light wear. And -Old Ways of Working Wood- by Alex W. Bealer -1989 edition- and like new with light wear to dust jacket. Plus -The Victorian Catalogue of Tools for Trades and Crafts- by Philip Walker -1994 edition- with clean pages and dust jacket has some wear. Good DCRB1 20 40 photo
6404-404 *6404-404 Lot of catalog reprints and reference materials. Exercises in Wood-Working by Ivin Sickels reprint and like new. 1987 STRELINGER and CO Woodworkers Tools Catalog reprint in good condition. 1946 STANLEY Facts About Tools reprint in lightly worn condition. And 1911 SARGENT Tool Book reprint lightly worn. Good and better DCRB3 20 40 photo
6404-405 *6404-405 Lot of three books. Two books by Herbet P. Kean-- -Restoring Antique Tools- -First Edition- and -A Price Guide to Antique Tools- -Second Edition- but both like new. And the M-WTCA reprint of the Millers Falls Catalogue No. 24 also like new. Fine MAXB8 20 40 photo
6404-406 6404-406 Lot of catalog reprints and reference materials. STANLEY No. 102 Catalog reprint with cover worn but pages good. -Files- by Jack Gorlin February 1977 reprint with water damage on lower half. JACKSON and TYLER Tools and Supplies No. 27 reprint like new. -Woodworking Tools at Shelburne Museum- by Frank H. Wildung reprint. And Historic Garden Tools exhibition booklet from the Museum of Garden History in good condition. Good and better DCRB2 30 60 photo
6404-407 6404-407 Lot of three books. Tools and Trades of Americas Past- The Mercer Collection by Marilyn Arbor- first edition paperback and gently used. -The Antique Tool Collectors Guide To Value- by Ronald S. Barlow 1985 paperback with worn and stained cover but pages clean. Plus -Irelands Traditional Crafts- by David Shaw-Smith 1986 printing with color illustrations and lightly worn. Good DCRB4 30 60 photo
6404-408 6404-408 Dykes Encyclopedia. Fifth edition blue hardcover Dykes Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia from Allen Automobile School in Des Moines Iowa. Owner signature Claude C. Minteer on inside page and written on outside top and bottom of book with spine a little loose and cover slightly worn and pages yellowed but otherwise in excellent condition. Good plus MAXB9 75 150 photo
6404-409 *6404-409 Eric Sloanes -America.- 1982 publication includes previous 3 volumes -American Barns and Covered Bridges- -The Vanished Landscape- and -American Yesterday.- Book in good shape minus a few dog-eared pages and dust jacket well worn. Good DKS5 15 30 photo
6404-410 6404-410 Lot of two hardcover books. Mechanick Exercises or the Doctrine of Handy-Works by Joseph Moxon 1975 EAIA reprint in mint condition. And -Explanation or Key to the Various Manufactories of Sheffield- by Joseph Smith 1975 EAIA reprint with dirt on worn dust jacket but book good. Good and better DCRB5 30 60 photo
6404-411 6404-411 Dealers lot of hammers. 9 hammers total- mainly claw but a tack hammer or two may be in there. Various makers and handles in varying conditions. Lengths from 8 inches to 14 inches. No returns. Good and better NW Various 50 100 photo
6404-412 6404-412 Dealers lot of plumb bobs. 11 assorted bobs-- 8 inches to 3 inches both iron and brass and mostly conical- cylindrical- and teardrop shapes. A few marked but generally unsigned. No returns. Good and better NWVarious 75 150 photo
6404-413 6404-413 Dealers lot of rulers. 15 total-- mostly boxwood. Includes caliper- converison- four fold and advertising. Makers include STANLEY -No. 163- RABONE -No. 1465- PRESTON- DIETZGEN- M.W. and CO.- SMALLWOOD- etc. Varying degrees of condition. No returns. Good and better VTDVarious 50 100 photo