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6503-001 6503-001 STANLEY No. 1 smoothing plane. Looks to be a Type 12 with third sweetheart on cutter notched logo on lever cap. Sole has a few scratches and light pitting japanning 80 percent. Knob good with some light dings. Blade has small chip in edge and very light pitting. Handle may have been relacquered at one point and is flaking off -could easily be removed. Good MKJ220 700 900 photo
6503-002 6503-002 Lot of two STANLEY No. 2 smoothing planes. First one looks to be a later type has partial label on tote. Third sweetheart on cutter notched logo on lever cap. U mark on casting tall knob. Knob has tight crack a few spots of what looks like varnish or glue on tote. Plus one with vee mark on cutter plain lever cap low knob. Tote has chip off end and a little loose knob has a couple of dings few spots of surface rust. Japanning 80 percent on both. Good DOR56,60 200 400 photo
6503-003 6503-003 BAILEY Victor No. 20 flexible sole plane. This is Leonard Baileys original version before it was sold to Stanley. Front medallion in nice condition noting a small chip but rear one clean. Nickel worn light pitting and surface discoloration but no deep rust. Blade has what looks like overstamped user names on top user stamp on sole chipbreaker has Bailey name and patent dates patent date on side as well. Nice example of a fairly rare plane. Good ASG18 300 600 photo
6503-004 6503-004 STARRETT level. 12 and a half inches long 3 vials. Type 1 with center vial mounted in the center and marked Pat Appld For. Left vial is no longer wet other two are good vial covers nice and shiny. Japanning 90 percent surface rust on top and bottom rails and a few spot on body. Good JRI908 100 200 photo
6503-005 6503-005 Lot of two STANLEY No. 113 circular planes. Both look like a mixture of Type 1 and Type 2 parts. One blade is unmarked other has patent dates both have Type 1 front knobs shield style rivet plates and four-hole side adjustment knobs. Japanning about 70 percent on one about 50 percent on other. Some pitting on one more than the other a few spots of rust on both. Good FNK272, 274 75 150 photo
6503-006 6503-006 Lot of two metal planes. A MARSH M2 similar to the Stanley No. 2 and manufactured by H.C. Marsh of Rockford IL before it was acquired by Stanley. Has properly marked cutter knob might be a replacement tote has some dings but generally good body clean japanning touched up. And a CAPEWELL jack plane 10 inches long dark blue japanning 90 percent but a little dirty properly marked blade and lever cap veneer worn on tote and knob but overall good. Manufactured by Pexto for Capewell Horse Nail Co. in Hartford. See PTAMPIA II p. 309. Good DKN105, 113 75 150 photo
6503-007 6503-007 SARGENT No. 407 smooth plane. Equivalent to a Stanley No. 2. Later type frog Type 4 lever cap Type 5 blade number cast behind frog. Japanning 70 percent some dings to knob and tote surface rust on lever cap light pitting on sole. Good SGN395 75 150 photo
6503-008 6503-008 STANLEY No. S4 steel body smoother. Introduced in 1925 and advertised as indestructable. Prone to rust and general abuse its very unusual to find one in nice condition. Early type with rivets looks lightly used metal has a few surface rust spots wood near perfect with only a few dings original lever cap. May be repainted. Third sweetheart on cutter. Good plus BCN37 80 160 photo
6503-009 6503-009 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS planes IOB. A No. 4 bullnose rabbet looks unused in slightly worn box. And a No. 33 small block plane in fine condition box has some wear at corners. Fine RSH116, 117 50 100 photo
6503-010 6503-010 SARGENT No. 206 block plane. Rare Type 2 with the gull wing nut to secure the lever cap. Some light pitting on the cheeks otherwise very clean. Mark on cutter good and edge has tiny chip but sharp. Has about 30 percent japanning. Good DST30 30 60 photo
6503-011 6503-011 SARGENT VBM No. 43 veneer scraper. Similar to the Stanley No. 12 and a half with a wood sole the Sargent version has mahogany handles. This one is missing its cutter japanning 85 percent handles have some dings but overall good sole has a few scrapes and small chips but in decent shape. Good BFS36 40 80 photo
6503-012 6503-012 STANLEY No. 10 and a half rabbeting plane. Patent applied mark on blade knob has hairline crack tote good with light wear japanning looks touched up. Appears to have two chips in the bed in front of the throat. Good- DOR104 75 150 photo
6503-013 6503-013 STANLEY No. 104 Liberty Bell jack plane. Type 1 with patent date in cheek blade rusty but has faint J mark knob good. Top of tote has been expertly replaced japanning repainted slight pitting on body. Good SGN394 30 60 photo
6503-014 6503-014 STANLEY No. 605C corrugated Bedrock. Type 4 with S mark on blade but has B casting mark on lever cap. Surface rust on body some toolbox dinging and lever cap has chip. Good BHR279 50 100 photo
6503-015 6503-015 STANLEY No. 604C Bedrock. Type 6 with flat top sides and corrugated sole. Sweetheart blade -7B- lever cap says Bedrock only and both patent dates are cast behind frog. Some surface rust on cutter and lever cap knob and tote good. Japanning touched up in a few spots otherwise mostly complete. Good DOR13 90 180 photo
6503-016 6503-016 STANLEY Four Square jack plane. 11 and a half inches long decal on tote 70 percent stippled lever cap with Stanley notched mark cast into it blade also has notched Stanley mark. Some surface rust sole has some pitting japanning good knob and tote have some dings and wear but generally nice. Good DOR23 40 80 photo
6503-017 6503-017 STANLEY No. 2 smoothing plane. Type 8 with B casting mark on underside of lever cap and 7-24-88 mark on lateral adjuster Q mark on cutter. Tall knob appears to have a section near base repaired and one ding otherwise in nice smooth condition. Surface rust on blade and lever cap tote worn some toolbox dings to cheek scratching on sole chip out of one cheek near toe. Looks repainted. Good SGN396 100 200 photo
6503-018 6503-018 STANLEY No. 3 bench plane. 1907-09 mark on cutter three patent dates behind frog. Some minor surface rust japanning 70 percent small chip on toe. Good DOR46 30 60 photo
6503-019 6503-019 Lot of handled tools. 4 chisels a half inch by FULTON a three fourths inch by UNION a seven eighths inch marked Hubbard True Value and a 1 inch marked SAMSON. Some light surface rust handles decent. And 2 screwdrivers one unmarked with surface rust and one marked DUNLAP with some dinging to wood handle. Plus one unmarked three fourths inch gouge lightly used. Good DST435, 438, 507, 510, 512, 583, 587 30 60 photo
6503-020 6503-020 Lot of ADDIS chisels. One sixteenths inch to three fourths inch includes a quarter inch corner chisel. 9 total several different Addis trademarks on handles of various condition most ok some having number or user stamps. Blades mostly clean. Good MDY51 50 100 photo
6503-021 6503-021 Lot of five STANLEY No. 750 bevel edge butt chisels. One quarter inch half inch three quarters inch 1 inch one and a quarter inch. A few spots of surface rust and three quarters inch has a very tiny chip otherwise pretty clean with only light wear and toolbox dinging to handles. Good DST427-431 60 120 photo
6503-022 6503-022 Lot of three KEEN KUTTER gouges. Seven sixteenths inch nine sixteenths inch seven eighths inch. Look never used nice handles and clean blades. Good plus DST432, 433, 434 30 60 photo
6503-023 6503-023 Lot of three chisels. A five eighths inch STANLEY sweetheart with wood handle handle and chisel have light wear. A half inch STANLEY with worn rubber handle some spots of surface rust. And a one and a half inch KEEN KUTTER clean with only very slight wear to handle. Good MRA201, 202, 203 10 20 photo
6503-024 6503-024 Lot of chisels and gouges. 5 chisels including one marked three quarters inch marked C. MAIER a seven eighths inch spoon marked HENRY TAYLOR. And 10 gouges some spoon a few marked MAIER one marked SHELTON and CO from one sixteenths inch to a quarter inch wide. Varying handles some marked with numbers or user stamps. Good MDY50 50 100 photo
6503-025 *6503-025 Lot of two chisels. A 1 inch corner chisel 16 inches long. Unmarked traces of japanning handle has large chip. And a 1 and a half inch bevel edge chisel 14 inches long. Light pitting handle has crack corner edge has small chip. Good- and better DST445, 467 20 40 photo
6503-026 6503-026 JOHN BELL screw-arm plow plane. Solid boxwood unhandled plow some wear to front of skate and mild dinging but overall very clean. First plow Ive ever seen by this pre-1850 Philadelphia maker. C mark. Good plus JRI58 125 250 photo
6503-027 6503-027 Screw-arm plow plane. Unhandled beech plow. Unsigned but has some characteristics of Greenfield Tool. User initials stamped on toe and heel. Unusually long finials on the arms a few chips on threads couple of dings on body. Sandusky Tool Co. cutter. Good plus JRI60 100 200 photo
6503-028 6503-028 YOUNG and MMASTER screw-arm plow plane. Very pretty unhandled boxwood plow in near immaculate condition throughout noting a small gouge in the toe where it appears a user mark may have been scratched out threads extremely nice nuts good some dings in heel. Surface corrosion on skate. B1 mark. Good plus JRI59 150 300 photo
6503-029 6503-029 GARDNER and MURDOCK brass-tipped Yankee plow plane. A transition between the true yankee plows with square arms and later wedge-arm plows this one has a British look but was made in Boston -A mark-. The thumbscrew that adjusts the depth stop has grooves filed in it and there is an iron spring to lock it into different positions a feature that Ive seen on planes by other early Boston makers. The plane itself is clean noting a few spots of corrosion on metal wedge is pretty beat up and the cutter spalled. Good plus GAN466 100 200 photo
6503-030 6503-030 J. DENISON unhandled screw arm plow plane. Beautifully made solid boxwood plow with only a few small chips to the threads a few stains around screws in bottom of fence but no other clear damage. John Denison made planes in Saybrook CT first in the partnership of J and L Denison and then by himself. This plane has N. York under this name but it appears to be part of another stamp obscured by Denisons. Fine GAN119G 125 250 photo
6503-031 6503-031 MONTGOMERY AND WOODBRIDGE brass-tipped Yankee plow plane. A transition between the true yankee plows with square arms and later wedge-arm plows this one has a British look but was made in Boston by a partnership that worked in 1847 -A mark three stars in AWP-. The thumbscrew that adjusts the depth stop has grooves filed in its base and there is an iron spring to lock it into different positions a feature that Ive seen on planes by other early Boston makers. The plane itself is clean noting some damage to the wedge stains and dings on arms one or two checks and the cutter -Fremont No. 8- slightly spalled. Good plus GAN465 150 300 photo
6503-032 *6503-032 Horned scrub plane. Unmarked but looks modern and has outline on wedge where a label once was. A little over 9 inches long some scratching dings on beech body user name stamped at heel and some wear on sole at heel. Good- MDY33 20 40 photo
6503-033 6503-033 Lot of two wooden bodied scrapers. A 12 inch wide flat-bottomed shave with 2 and three-eighths inch WILLIAM ASH and CO blade. Some scrapes and dings on wood blade has surface discoloration. And a 8 inch wide compassed sole with 1 and a half inch SORBY cutter iron plate has two out of the five screws missing wood on body and wedge has some dings wear and staining. Good JRI1025,1027 30 60 photo
6503-034 6503-034 P. CALLEN panel raiser. Circa 1990s Milwaukee maker handled body made of what looks like tropical hardwood ebony inlay on fences skewed Herring cutter ogee profile user stamp on heel otherwise very nice and attractive. Good plus MDY 50 100 photo
6503-035 *6503-035 Coffin plane. Looks European unmarked with Erik Anton Berg 1 and three-fourths inch cutter with shark logo and chip breaker spots of surface rust. 7 and one eighths inch long light wear on body. Good CKE32 15 30 photo
6503-036 *6503-036 A. HOWLAND coffin plane. A little over 8 long with 2 and one eighths inch Sargent cutter. Strike button worn and chipped one check in body but otherwise in nice shape looks waxed. User name stamped several times. Good NHN276 20 40 photo
6503-037 6503-037 Coach makers coffin plane. Made by W. H. POND -A mark- Providence Tool Co. blade clean body with only a couple of dings. H. Austin user stamp several times. Good plus ASG15 30 60 photo
6503-038 6503-038 EandJ EVANS lignum sole coffin smoother. 7 and a half inch smoother with good beech body and applied lignum vitae sole with a couple of chips. Greaves cutter. Good overall body some damage to end of wedge. A1 mark name is faint but Rochester clear. Good NHN78 40 80 photo
6503-039 6503-039 Lot of two Sheffield braces Unplated one has Buck in script on stock ebony head with plain brass disc and a couple of cracks the other is unsigned with lignum head. Good CDE1220,1224 50 90 photo
6503-040 6503-040 Lot of two Sheffield-style braces Both unsigned and unplated one is miniture with 5 inch throw and thumbscrew chuck the other has a clothespin style chuck with spoon bit beech heads. Good CDE1223,1704 50 90 photo
6503-041 6503-041 ROBT MARPLES Sheffield Brace Plated beech brace lignum head with plain brass disc a couple of tight cracks pushbutton chuck with large button. Good CDE947 40 80 photo
6503-042 6503-042 JAMES HOWARTH Sheffield Brace Plated beech brace with ebony head with ebony head with brass Howarth Broom Spring Works disc. Lever action chuck very clean. Good plus CDE1720 50 100 photo
6503-043 6503-043 MOULSON BROS. Sheffield Brace Plated beech brace lignum head with plain brass disc pushbutton chuck very clean. Good plus CDE1713 40 80 photo
6503-044 6503-044 Lot of two non-ratcheting braces A Quimby Backus No. 10 with Backus original 1872 patent chuck rosewood grip and cocobolo head 10 inch sweep and and an unmarked example with Barber chuck walnut head and grip 8 inch sweep. Both clean and working Good CDE722724 40 80 photo
6503-045 6503-045 BACKUS Draper-type bit brace. Quimby Backus acquired Drapers chuck patent and reworked it into this clamshell design with two jaws that are forced together by a cone to grip a square tang. Marked No. 10. Some mild pitting to metal walnut grip and cocobolo head very clean. 10 inch sweep. Good CDE713 40 80 photo
6503-046 6503-046 CRAFTSMAN A-I ratchet brace Very clean and in perfect working order great user 8 inch sweep. Good plus CDE702 30 60 photo
6503-047 6503-047 Patented ratchet brace. Fulton Special Brace marked with Albert Goodells 1892 patent very clean and works smoothly. 10 inch sweep. Good plus CDE725 30 60 photo
6503-048 6503-048 Patented ratchet brace. Uncommon example of Pfleghars 1876 ratchet patent brace probably manufactured by W. T. Ives very clean and works smoothly. 10 inch sweep. Good plus CDE727 30 60 photo
6503-049 6503-049 Lot of three jointer planes. All 26 inches long. One by NEW YORK TOOL CO. with Providence Tool Co. cutter strike button slightly worn some wear on tote and staining on body. A GREENFIELD one with Barton cutter some checks and worn tote. And an A. G. MOORE -A1 mark- looks polished Buck Brothers cutter user stamps good tote. All have checks on body and sole. Good NHN298, 300, 335 50 100 photo
6503-050 6503-050 Lot of two jack planes. Boxwood 16 inches long by PARKER HUBBARD and CO. -B mark 2 stars- with partial Dwight and French mark on cutter. Old chips on body some larger tote decent. And a 14 inch TILESTON -G1 Mark 2 stars- with Groves and Sons cutter a few scratches on tote otherwise nice. Good- and better GAN 50 100 photo
6503-051 6503-051 Lot of two jointer planes. An ALEX MATHIESON and SON 22 inch boxwood with crescent moon mark on toe and cutter body has some dings and wear but overall good. And a A. C. SPICER -A1 mark 3 stars- 26 inches with a Sorby cutter wood inlay in front of mouth looks recently replaced a few scratches and wedge has light wear. Nice. Good GAN151 50 100 photo
6503-052 6503-052 Lot of four plumb bobs. A 6 inch cylindrical nickel-plated one by STARRETT -No. 177- with about 80 percent plating knurled cap and center marked with patent date. And a massive 8 and a half inch carrot shaped brass one with some dinging and a few stains but overall decent a 4 and half inch brass conical one with large screw-cap moderate dinging and a small 2 and a half inch cast iron turnip shaped one painted gold about 80 percent paint remains. Good NW827, 1176, 1179, 1197 40 80 photo
6503-053 6503-053 Lot of four brass plumb bobs. A LIETZ 7 inch long 32oz brass conical one with steel tip a 4 and a half inch egg shaped brass one with some dings and steel tip a very shiny 3 inch conical one and a 2 and three fourths inch long carrot shaped brass one with steel tip minimal dinging. Good NW875, 876, 1181, 1183 40 80 photo
6503-054 *6503-054 SEYMOUR chalk line. Made by the SEYMOUR PRODUCTS CO. in Seymour CT only a few small spots of rust and includes a 3 and a half inch long plumb bob with similar knurled pattern and may have come with it. Good plus TKY202 15 25 photo
6503-055 *6503-055 Lot of two plumb bobs. A minty fresh 8 oz brass conical one with steel tip 4 and a half inch long looks never used. And a 3 inch octagonal steel one attached to nicely carved string winder with only one or two chips on one side. Plus a STANLEY Chalk-o-matic 100 foot japanning about 60 percent a few rust spots red line good. Good and better BKF118, 134 20 40 photo
6503-056 6503-056 EVANS replacement tapes. New old stock six 6 foot replacement tapes for the Evans Rule Co. of Elizabeth NJ. Outer box has a few stains and small tears on flap inner boxes are mint. Mint PLH328 25 50 photo
6503-057 6503-057 STANLEY No. 198 mortise gauge. Rosewood head with steel rods. Some scratching on head and a few spots of rust on stems otherwise nice. Good BHR330 75 150 photo
6503-058 6503-058 STANLEY No. 2 plumb bob. Brass 4 inch long with reel marked with only patent date in nice condition with no major dings and shows only light use. Point has very slight bend barely noticeable. Plus three marking gauges including Stanley No. 61 and No. 66 other unmarked. Show use and have definite wear a few paint splotches. No. 66 in best shape. Good plus BGE2 100 200 photo
6503-059 6503-059 LOT of four STANLEY marking gauges. A No. 71 points worn down but very clean with sweetheart mark. Others are unmarked but appear to be a No. 66 rosewood No. 161 near mint and No. 74 most worn of the lot. Good and better RSH61 100 200 photo
6503-060 *6503-060 Lot of four gauges. Three appear handmade including a cutting gauge with a cut down plane blade as its marking point. Other two are more crudely made. Plus a CROWN miniature one with brass thumbscrew 6 inch stem and 1 and three-fourths inch head appears unused. Good SSA 197, 199, 204, 207 15 30 photo
6503-061 *6503-061 Ebony mortise gauge. Looks English brass inlays user stamp some wear on one side and crack in head a few small paint flecks. One pin worn. Good- BHR329 20 40 photo
6503-062 6503-062 Four star maker mortise gauge. Marked P. QUIGLEY NEWARK NJ on head along with several user stamps. Quigley was a maker of levels and carpenters tools primarily in San Francisco but made tools for only a short time in Newark from 1849-1850. Mark is similar to B mark in AWP but also has Newark NJ underneath. Rosewood gauge has some staining and dings along stem brass-plated head slightly worn with a few scratches deeper scratching on brass near pins on stem brass thumbscrew has some dings pins good. A very rare gauge. Good SSA196 50 100 photo
6503-063 6503-063 STANLEY No. 92 butt and rabbet gauge. Stanleys top of the line gauge used for laying out door hinges and strikes but can also be used as a marking gauge. Has the often missing steel scribe sweetheart mark on head shows only light use and a little bit of surface rust on steel brass and wood good. Nice example. Good plus BHR328 50 100 photo
6503-064 *6503-064 STANLEY No. 72 double marking gauge. Has Trauts patent date on one stem. some small stain spots wear along one stem from the screws and some ink marks along head from use good points. Good RSH500 20 40 photo
6503-065 6503-065 Lot of two STANLEY marking gauges. A No. 71 double stem with brass plated head and bars brass thumbscrews and shoes. Properly marked on stem shows light use but in very nice condition. And a No. 62 with faded rule marks point slightly bent some dings and a couple small chips. Good and better CGD339, 310 40 80 photo
6503-066 6503-066 Lot of four cast iron levels. All 24 inches. Two Stanley 36s one with solid web and brass vial covers and one with reinforced rib and steel vial covers and one 36G older type with no vial covers. And a Starrett grooved base. All bubbles original and wet no damage japanning 80 percent and better. Good and better DST533,535,536,537 80 150 photo
6503-067 6503-067 Lot of two Stanley No. 237 alumninum levels. Both 24 inches. One older type without name cast into side one vial broken and newer type with black paint about 80 percent chip out of top rail. Both have eclipse vial protectors with sweetheart Good COL194,195 40 70 photo
6503-068 6503-068 Lot of two levels. A 24 inch version of the pretzel DAVIS and COOK level. And a 24 inch version of the L.L. DAVIS tall form cast iron inclinometer. Both levels have rust and corrosion and each have a crack in the frame. Vials wet some japanning left on both. A good fixer-upper project for anyone inclined. Good- JRI909, 910 200 350 photo
6503-069 6503-069 Lot of five Stanley levels. No. 23 declivity. 26 inches No. 30 masons with hang holes. 26 inch No. 2 worn and missing plumb vial. 26 inch No. 3 missing level vial and what looks like a 30 inch No. 16 without the Hand-ee grove missing a couple of screws. Stocks all worn but no major damage except as noted. Mixed COL186,188,189,191,193, 40 80 photo
6503-070 6503-070 Lot of two wooden levels. 24 inch H.M. Pool with double vial windows screws rusty and missing a couple gouge on one sideand a 30 inch Keen Kutter cherry one adjustable plumb vial. Good COL187,192 40 80 photo
6503-071 6503-071 Type 1 Stanley No. 11 level. 30 inch rosewood stock eagle mark is worn but visible. Stock is in very nice shape with sharp edges some tarnish to brass all original screws plumb vial dry. Good COL190 50 100 photo
6503-072 6503-072 WINCHESTER 9866 level. 24 inch long vials wet looks repainted all black. Vial covers have slight tarnish big W letters cast into both sides. Good JRI907 30 60 photo
6503-073 6503-073 Lot of four draw knives. A 10 inch by DUNLAP dinging to top but blade clean handles worn. A 8 inch LAKESIDE EXTRA small amount of pitting handles have wear to black paint. And two FULTON 8 inch and 10 inch some surface rust on the 10 inch and small chips from blade of 8 inch. Handles have some wear to black paint. Good HAN351 50 100 photo
6503-074 6503-074 Lot of two WITHERBY draw knives. One marked 7 with 7 and a half inch blade surface rust and blade needs sharpening handles have some scuffs and staining. And one marked 9 with 9 inch blade spots of pitting and a few tiny chips in blade edge. One handle has cracking around collar spots of staining. Good- HAN355 30 60 photo
6503-075 6503-075 JAMES SWAN draw knife. 10 inch clean blade adjustable handles. Blade is very sharp one small chip that could easily be fixed. Has nice wooden blade protector held in place with leather string. Good plus MDY26 40 80 photo
6503-076 6503-076 Lot of three GREENLEE 10 inch draw knives. All have clean blades one could use sharpening handles have varying stages of wear and a couple of dings but no cracks. Good HAN359 50 100 photo
6503-077 6503-077 Lot of four turnscrews. All unmarked or mark illegible 11 and a quarter inch to 21 inches in total length one with red painted handle slight wear and one chip other handles have wear and a few cracks. Light surface rust. Good JRI1155, 1157, 1158, 1164 30 60 photo
6503-078 6503-078 Lot of four large chisels. Two bevel edges 1 and three quarters inch by EVERKEEN and a 2 inch unmarked except for a few user stamps. Plus a 1 and three quarters inch one by BUTCHER and a 1 and seven eighths inch marked P. MERRILL and Co. Butcher handle is clean and may be replacement rest have varying states of wear. Blades have some pitting surface rust. Good DST422, 506, 509, 511 50 100 photo
6503-079 6503-079 Carving tools. 3 marked with patent date 3-12-89 by Ezra Bowman from Lancaster PA -two marked Bowman and Musser and one marked Ezra F. Bowman and Co. on collars- plus 2 with same design as the Bowman but with brass collars one states E.F.B. Pat Apl. For on blade so may be earlier versions of the patented design. And 6 other carving tools with wood handles including Hauser and Co Vautier Bellium and G. Antoine Glardon one unmarked. And 2 small jewelers style handles 2 punches with a brass handle and a bone handle with crack and 12 extra blades 2-4 inches long. Good JRI933 80 160 photo
6503-080 *6503-080 Lot of T-handle gimlets and augers. 9 total. Varying styles of wood handles from 4 inchs to 2 inches long. One 2 inch handle is metal. A few have surface rust but most clean. Good JRI932, 1134 20 40 photo
6503-081 6503-081 Lot of three turnscrews. One marked T. Brown 21 inch long collar and handle nice light pitting. A 22 inch long one marked HSB with nice copper collar and good handle surface discoloration on blade. And a 16 and a half inch one with partial mark that could be user mark handle worn and a chip out of end Good JRI1154, 1160, 1161 30 60 photo
6503-082 6503-082 Lot of four striking tools. Large ball peen hammer marked by Diamond Edge double-peened brick hammer by W. Nye of Kansas City hand-forged straight poll adze with original handle and unmarked bung pick hammer. Good and better NW289,307,548,549 60 100 photo
6503-083 6503-083 Lot of four cobblers hammers Three have names cast under the claw Montgomery Ward -plated head- Sears Roebuck -loose handle- and Champion. Original handles. Good DST377,378,397,495 40 70 photo
6503-084 *6503-084 Lot of two stoneworkers hammers An Ampco H-10 beryllium nonsparking brickworkers hammer with nonslip handle and a coal hammer marked Omaha Semi-Steel Foundry Co. chip out of handle. Good DST398,420 20 40 photo
6503-085 6503-085 Hand forged hammer Unusual design heavy with right angle turn in head. Obviously for a specialized purpose. Possibly wagon pin hammer or for some type of stone work. Good plus NW259 30 60 photo
6503-086 6503-086 Lot of two Stanley bench planes No. 3 and No. 4 both circa type 9 or 10 with Bailey on toe and 1892 patent cutters. The No. 3 has a chip from the tote and some surface rust No. 4 has a small chip from the lever. Good and better BHR272,276 60 100 photo
6503-087 6503-087 Stanley No. 57 core box plane One set of wings extension turnbuckle J mark on cutter. One of the channels that holds one of the wings on has broken but both pieces are present so a little J.B.Weld and youre good to go. Good- DOR137 100 200 photo
6503-088 6503-088 Lot of two Stanley No. 182 rabbet planes Both missing depth stops one has cutter with J mark the other cutter missing. Good- BHR280,281 30 60 photo
6503-089 6503-089 Stanley Bed Rock No. 604C Type 3 but with S mark on cutter B casting marks tote reglued and some light rust. Good BHR278 60 120 photo
6503-090 6503-090 Stanley No 5 and a half C jack plane Type 10 with T mark on cutter overall surface rust and japanning 60 percent small chip out of edge of lever cap. Good BHR187 40 80 photo
6503-091 6503-091 British molding plane. Early 1 and a half inch ogee made by I. SYM who worked in London from the mid to late 18th century. A couple of owner stamps a small amount of water spots dents -particularly on heel- but otherwise in extremely nice condition for its age. Good plus ASG16 40 80 photo
6503-092 6503-092 Lot of three wooden planes. Small boxwood moving filletster made by MCVICAR of Perth and sold by J. DOBIE of Argyle St. 7 and a half inch long body boxed quarter inch blade. One or two checks and dings otherwise nice and clean. A half inch reverse ogee molding plane by J. WELSH of Dundee a check and some wear at the toe some sort of ink-stamp with numbers behind the blade on the top that has partially worn off otherwise good. And an unmarked quarter round body has decorative etched outlines blade looks to me made of a repurposed file. Some wear and staining. Good and better LMY8, 9, 16 40 80 photo
6503-093 6503-093 Matched pair of N. NUTTING tongue and groove planes. B mark from this 3-star Maine maker nicely made handles in decent condition with only a few wear spots cuts quarter inch. Iron fences have some rust and paint a few checks and stains on bodies. Good GAN127G 50 100 photo
6503-094 6503-094 Lot of three half inch profile planes. A H. CHAPIN -A mark- No. 8 hollow and round pair light wear to wood and gouge in rear of hollow that doesnt effect use. And a AUBURN rabbet plane marked No. 181. Spot of red paint and light use but overall good. Good CKE30, 31 30 60 photo
6503-095 6503-095 Four star molding plane. Made by J. Gehrig who worked in eastern PA circa 1800. 2 and an eighth inch wide and cuts a scotia astragal. Body and wedge quite worn with scrapes and dings some checks and inactive worm. Not a pretty plane but somewhat rare. Good- GSW1 50 100 photo
6503-096 6503-096 Lot of two adjustable sash planes. One by WILLIAM WARD with overstamped E mark -2 stars- brass diamond surrounds on adjusting screws. Very clean wood and cutters boxing and wedges have a few chips. And one by G. W DENISON A mark brass circle around adjusting screws boxing has a couple of cracks wedges lightly chewed. Also has stamp of New York City hardware dealer REED and AUERBACHER. Good GAN192G 40 80 photo
6503-097 6503-097 Lot of two molding planes. One by MATHIESON with crescent moon stamp 1 three eighths inch wide that cuts a beak and large round. Some dents at heel a few dings and wear spots owners stamps in several places a couple of dots of paint. Otherwise very nice. And a fully boxed center bead by JOSEPH BUCK of London 1844-1863. Very nice and clean with undamaged boxing a couple of user stamps wedge and body only have a few dings. Good plus GAN209G, 213G 40 80 photo
6503-098 6503-098 Lot of five rosewood handled try squares. Three Stanley No. 20s. A 4 and a half inch and 12 inch with sweetheart marks and an unmarked 7 and a half inch plus a Sargent 7 and a half inch and an unmarked example with 10 inch wide unruled blade. All handles have wear and a chip out of the Sargent blades have normal surface oxidation. Good BHR283 50 80 photo
6503-099 6503-099 Lot of two try squares. One by T. TURTON and SONS the successor to W. GREAVES and SONS with a 12 inch unruled blade. Rosewood handle with brass edge and four brass diamond eschutcheons. Blade has slight pitting handle has some dings and chips at end. And an unmarked one with 12 inch lightly ruled blade brass and rosewood handle has a few chips and a large hang hole through middle one spot of tarnish on brass light pitting on blade has brass quatrefoil eschutcheon. Good GAN225G 30 60 photo
6503-100 6503-100 Lot of two STANLEY try squares. One of Stanleys least successful and least common designs the No. 14 adjustable 6 inch Type 1 with some pitting on blade but clear patent mark. And a 10 inch No. 12 later type with Stanley stamped into the blade surface rust on blade and rounded corners. Good BHR284 50 100 photo
6503-101 6503-101 STANLEY No. 24 combination bevel and try square. 4 inch and 7 inch arms no mark but unmistakably Stanley. Rosewood handle brass thumbscrew and ends all in excellent condition blade has light pitting. Hard to find size. Good plus MAG77 50 100 photo
6503-102 6503-102 Connecticut maker try square. Marked Nelson and Hubbard who are Middletown CT makers from the mid-1800s. 18 inch unruled blade rosewood handle with brass edge and bench rest quatrefoil eschutcheon. Blade good with only light spots of discoloration handle looks relacquered but shows only light use. Good plus NHN315 40 80 photo
6503-103 6503-103 Ebony handled try square. Unmarked except for a couple of user stamps 12 inch blade discolored with slight pitting but overall good brass quatrefoil eschutcheon and edge have some dinging. Handle has some checks and a few chips. Good JRI333 35 70 photo
6503-104 *6503-104 SARGENT No. 3B framing square. 16 inch x 24 inch clean except for a few small spots of surface rust white etched numbering still crisp. Good plus NHN338 20 40 photo
6503-105 6503-105 EAGLE SQUARE MFG CO No. 14 framing square. Eagle Square Mfg Co can be traced back to the 1817 patent of Silas Hawes of Shaftsbury VT and eventually the company merged with Stanley in 1916. 16 inch x 24 inch arms with early eagle trademark pre-Stanley. Some surface rust and pitting but numbers clearly visible. Good- GAN229G 20 40 photo
6503-106 6503-106 EAGLE SQUARE MFG CO No. 10 framing square. Eagle Square Mfg Co can be traced back to the 1817 Patent of Silas Hawes of Shaftsbury VT and eventually the company merged with Stanley in 1916. 8 inch x 12 inch arms with early eagle trademark pre-Stanley. A few spots of surface rust but mostly clean and numbers good. Good CGD367 30 60 photo
6503-107 6503-107 Souvenir steel carpenters square 8 inch by 10 inch. Given by the Eagle Square Co. of Shaftsbury VT in commemoration of a meeting of the New England Tool Collectors Association and inscribed N.E.T.C.A. May 2 1998 with their eagle trademark. Only 50 or so marked this way. Only a very few light scratches near mint. Fine RSH508 50 100 photo
6503-108 6503-108 Lot of four bevels. All unmarked but look similar to Stanley No. 25. 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch sizes rosewood and brass handles. 6 inch has chips in top of body. 8 inch has brass wingnut edge broken off but still works 10 inch handle worn 12 inch has staining and traces of red paint. All have surface rust on blades. Good- GAN210G 25 40 photo
6503-109 6503-109 Lot of measuring tools. Unmarked 6 inch ruled try square blade rusty with paint spots brass and rosewood handle has wear. A 10 inch mitre square rosewood and steel handle has user stamp blade rusty. And 3 bevels one 12 inch unmarked rusty blade and dinged rosewood handle. A later STANLEY No. 25 10 inch blade pitted and handle has chips and wear. And adorable 4 inch blued blade by CROWN with 2 and a half inch walnut handle brass wingnut logo worn on handle and a few dings. Various SSA138, 142, 189, 191, 194 30 60 photo
6503-110 6503-110 Lot of three bevels. Uncommon 6 inch DISSTON and MORSS faint mark elaborate brass locking screw and rosewood handle. Surface rust and a few small dings. A 6 inch KEEN KUTTER with nice blued blade rosewood and brass handle good. And a 10 inch STANLEY No. 18 Eureka Flush T bevel blade marked Bodmers patent a few spots of rust on it. Unfortunately has 4 hang holes but very clean overall. Good and better CGD248, 359, 406 30 60 photo
6503-111 6503-111 Lot of three travelers. A Little Giant by WELLS BROS and CO of Greenfield MA 8 inch ruled wheel with good wooden handle with only slight wear. Wheel has slight pitting and some surface rust. And one that looks like either a highly pitted version of the Little Giant by WELLS BROS or someone made their own and copied pattern. Handle worn and cracked. And an unmarked one with metal handle 8 inch ruled wheel painted gold with about 80 percent of the paint remaining. Good- and better GAN134 40 80 photo
6503-112 6503-112 Lot of two travelers. A Little Giant by WELLS BROS and CO of Greenfield MA. 8 inch ruled wheel with wooden handle. Wheel good with only slight pitting handle nice except for crack near base and small chip. And an unmarked one with metal handle 8 inch wheel with backside and front spokes are painted red ruled on front japanning on handle 75 percent and slight surface rust. Good GAN221G 40 80 photo
6503-113 *6503-113 Lot of two handmade travelers. Both handcarved. Larger one has 6 and a half inch unmarked round wheel 11 and a half inch long handle a few dings but nice aged patina. Other is smaller with 2 and a half inch numbered wheel and brass pointer 7 and a half inch handle with hanghole. Some light wear but nice. Good SPM179, 252 40 80 photo
6503-114 6503-114 Fancy corkscrew. Unmarked handle looks like rosewood with foil cutter and brass collar. Missing brush on one end some surface rust. Good JRI1135 40 80 photo
6503-115 *6503-115 MARPLES T-handle auger. 2 and a quarter inch handle out of what looks like ash. One eighth inch bit Marples Sheffield England and the number 6 stamped on handle. Bit clean handle has a few stains and cracks where bit meets handle. Good GAN206G 15 30 photo
6503-116 6503-116 PHILLIPS patent plane parts. One plane body with blade depth stop and fence rod but no fence or tote. Body in decent shape with a few spots of rust screwcaps have a few dings. And one that has only a tote but it is cracked and large chip from tote part of the body has been painted grey and some surface rust. If youre trying to rebuild a complete one of these rare planes this lot is for you. Fair JRI15, 31 150 300 photo
6503-117 6503-117 Lot of four STANLEY No. 39 dado planes. A quarter inch with 75 percent japanning vee mark looks to be all there. Two three quarter inch a Type 2 with 70 percent japanning all parts few spots of rust and one with about half its japanning some rust no blade slitters or depth stop. And seven eighths inch with about 60 percent japanning improper half inch cutter but everything else there handle says Patent Applied For. Good- and better FNK147, 150, 154 150 300 photo
6503-118 6503-118 Lot of two STANLEY No. 78 duplex rabbet and filletster planes. An early type with Millers handle blade and body only japanning 75 percent with some rust and paint spots. And a later type with fishtail handle has all parts but the depth stop and bullnose screw notched rectangle mark on blade japanning 70 percent. Good- and better FNK146, 151 25 50 photo
6503-119 6503-119 E. C. STEARNS No. 6 jointer gage. Designed to attach to a jointer plane. 9 inches long with E. C. Stearns Syracuse NY cast into body. Has about 70 percent japanning a few spots of corrosion but overall in decent condition. Good BKF106 30 60 photo
6503-120 6503-120 STANLEY No. 48 swinging fence match plane. Nickel plated version some loss of nickel on tote and fence but otherwise nice and clean. Proper cutters. Good BKF141 40 80 photo
6503-121 6503-121 STANLEY No. 15 block plane IOB. Later type maybe Type 20 blade and body have light rust japanning nearly complete. Box has some water stains and fading wear on edges. Label decent. Good plus BHR332 40 80 photo
6503-122 6503-122 STANLEY No. 42 saw set in original box. Japanning good partial sticker on handle metal has a few spots of rust but mostly clean. Instructions included box has some slight bend inwards and label has a few scuffs two small holes in lid but has a nice green painted label on the lid stating it is a New Design with a depiction of the new design and listing different new features. Good plus NW1901 40 80 photo
6503-123 6503-123 Lot of three STANLEY No. 750 chisels in box. They are in a No. 55 box which is in good condition with only a couple of scuffs. Chisels are a quarter inch half inch and three quarters inch look unused extremely nice handles but ends crackling a bit. Fine DOR6 40 80 photo
6503-124 6503-124 Lot of two STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 220 block plane later type with notched rectangle mark on blade japanning nearly complete and only a spot or two of surface discoloration on body. Box has a few holes in the base and a large hole through top some flaking label good. And a No. 4 smoothing plane late type handles and knob black notched rectangle mark on blade and lever cap japanning and nickel plating on lever cap both nearly pristine one or two spots of surface rust but generally very clean. Box unfortunately looks like it was crushed at one point several holes and tears in bottom and one or two smaller rips in top of lid tape around bottom edges label decent. Good plus (tools only) MLD44, 56 50 100 photo
6503-125 6503-125 Lot of two STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 49 bit gauge tool looks mint box has wear -moreso on one edge of lid- and label is about 50 percent. And a No. 42 pistol grip saw set looks unused with original instructions box has wear to lid label good. Good BHR336 30 60 photo
6503-126 6503-126 STANLEY No. 59 doweling jig IOB. Includes all six original guides and close to mint. Box has some writing on top a couple of water marks light wear label has a few spots missing but overall good. Good plus DST77 30 60 photo
6503-127 6503-127 STANLEY No. 9 and a quarter block plane IOB. Plane is near mint notched rectangle blade plane number on side cheek. Has some spots of light surface rust. Box has light wear but intact and nice. Fine BJL301 50 100 photo
6503-128 6503-128 STANLEY No. 271 miniature router IOB. American version tool mint with perfect nickel Type 7 sweetheart box is worn but intact. Fine RSH58 40 80 photo
6503-129 6503-129 STANLEY No. 44 bit and square level IOB. Designed to be clamped onto drill bit or square. Gold lacquer clean and complete level vial wet box good with some wear in one spot on top of lid good label. Good TKY209 40 80 photo
6503-130 6503-130 STANLEY No. 4 trammel points in box. Could be original box but label states nickel plated and these are japanned. Earlier style metal good with only light spots of tarnish japanning complete. Box has a few stains and tape at two corners. Good plus DOR237 30 60 photo
6503-131 6503-131 STANLEY No. 138 Universal level sights IOB. Sweetheart mark japanning and brass good look near mint. Box has no label but is original light wear and fading but intact. Fine TKY201 35 70 photo
6503-132 6503-132 Lot of two metal planes. MILLERS FALLS No. 9 smoothing plane their equivalent of Stanley No. 4. This one has wear and dings to knob and tote body has some rust japanning 80 percent nickel plating on lever cap nearly complete properly marked blade and marked on side of plane. And a jack plane 13 and a half inches long no maker on body but blade marked SIMMONS japanning 90 percent some rust frog and screw seem smaller than most of the major manufacturers so not sure who made this one. Good FNK132, 136 25 50 photo
6503-133 6503-133 Lot of two STANLEY Foursquare No. 1104 planes. One with most of its japanning knob and tote have some wear to lacquer good blade with very small amount of surface rust. And one with 80 percent japanning some rust knob and tote decent. Good DOR19 30 60 photo
6503-134 6503-134 Lot of two SHELTON patent planes. Two nice examples of the unusual blade adjustment mechanism patented by Cornelius MacAller and sold by the Shelton Plane Co. in the 1930s. A No. 04 9 and a quarter inches long and 2 and three eighths inches wide and has Shelton No. 04 cast in toe and tall knob patent number and Made in USA in bed in front of tote. Other appears to be the No. 03 size 9 inches long and 2 inch wide body no information cast into toe also has patent information and Made in USA cast in front of tote but stamped into the bed between them is SHELTON. Knobs and totes on both are decent japanning on No. 04 is 80 percent nearly complete on No. 03. Both have same lever cap but different style thumbscrews on each. Somewhat uncommon planes. Good FNK135, 143 40 80 photo
6503-135 6503-135 STANLEY No. 239 five-thirtysecond Inch special dado plane. Third sweetheart and patent date marked on cutter japanning 85 percent a few spots of surface rust. Good plus DOR118 60 120 photo
6503-136 6503-136 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Sweetheart mark on cap screw missing the fence japanning 80 percent. Good DOR41 30 60 photo
6503-137 6503-137 SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plow plane. Not marked with the Siegley name but very similar to the one pictured in Plate 20 on page 101 of PTAMPIA I. Short rods one cutter rosewood bottom on fence. Has most of nickel plating some corrosion and discoloration japanning about 70 percent tote decent. Good JRI24 60 120 photo
6503-138 6503-138 E. SMITH unhandled screw arm plow plane. The E is faint but Im pretty sure this is the work of Ezekiel Smith who worked both in Massachusetts and Provincetown C mark. Looks like black walnut an unusual wood for a plow with a dent on one side and some shrinkage cracks and chip where wedge meets body but overall very attractive plow by New England maker. Threads have a few small chips one outer nut cracked age checks Moulson Bros. No. 8 cutter slightly spalled. Good plus JRI99 75 150 photo
6503-139 6503-139 E and C CARTER handled plow plane. Looks like boxwood thats been stained dark worn chip out of tote wedge chewed some chips on threads outer nuts have some chips as well. Fence ok with slight wear at bottom brass and iron skate nice. Comes with 8 SPEAR and JACKSON blades surface rust. Good GAN261 50 100 photo
6503-140 6503-140 IOHN GREEN wedge arm plow plane. Iohn -John- Greens rare early mark dated from 1768-1808 faint. Replaced arm wedges nice brass caps surface corrosion and pitting on skate user stamps some checks in body but fairly nice for its age. Good REN7 100 200 photo
6503-141 6503-141 H. BROWN and SONS large screwbox. Marked 2 and a half inches has two vee blades to cut grooves and includes large wood screw. 7 and a half inch body with 4 and a half inch handles 4 metal screws adjust box. Some checks in body and a few stains otherwise pretty nice example. Good plus GAN23G 40 80 photo
6503-142 *6503-142 Large screwbox. 3 inch rusty blade has chip screws in decent shape with only a few chips handles good. Decoratively carved edges on wood some inactive worm. One large chip in throat. User stamp. Good SPM199 20 40 photo
6503-143 6503-143 Screwbox and tap. Cuts 1 inch. 10 inch unmarked coffin shaped body has light wear and a few chips some checks pretty clean and nice. Includes large metal tap. Good plus MKJ244 40 80 photo
6503-144 *6503-144 Lot of four wooden spokeshaves. Look craftsman made some have plane blades cut down as scrapers one has no blade or screws. Light use a few stains but overall good. Good SSA629, 630, 631, 639 15 30 photo
6503-145 6503-145 Lot of British spokeshaves. Three by MARPLES 1 and three fourths inch 2 inch and 2 and a half inch blades one with hanghole. One by D. FLATHER and SONS 2 inch blade. And a larger one with 3 and a half inch blade no maker but looks British in style brass guard user stamps and hang hole. Some wear behind blade of Marples shaves light wear on others. Good SSA628, 632, 637, 633, 638 40 80 photo
6503-146 *6503-146 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 51 spokeshave notched mark on blade japanning nearly perfect a few spots of surface rust stand between it and fine. And a No. 80 cabinet scraper early type with leading edge straight across rather than convex. Sweetheart mark on cutter japanning about 80 percent and a few spots may have been touched up some gold paint on one handle. Good and better BKF127, 131 20 40 photo
6503-147 6503-147 DEXTER HARRINGTON No. 5 spoke shave. Southbridge MA maker of leather and shoe shaves with patents in the 1870s. This one is 9 and ahalf inches long with convex blade and brass guard. Has almost complete label. Wood in very good condition for its age with only a ding or two and a hanghole. Good plus SSA157 30 60 photo
6503-148 6503-148 BAILEY No. 11 split frame patented spokeshave. Based on the 6-19-66 patent has traces of japanning L. Bailey stamp and patent date on blade some spots of surface rust on blade brass thumbscrews good has hanghole but no cracks. Good ASG17 100 200 photo
6503-149 *6503-149 MILLERS FALLS Cigar spokeshave. One of MFs signature tools patented by Albert Goodell before the founding of Goodell-Pratt. 10 inch model. Cocobolo handles have some wear some pitting to metal but in generally better condition than most are found. Good MRA120 20 40 photo
6503-150 *6503-150 I. P. HYDE heel shave. Not marked but unmistakably Hydes. Only traces of japanning blade has discoloration. Some surface rust. Good MRA119 15 30 photo
6503-151 6503-151 PRESTON ovolo sash shave. One of Prestons less common shaves with double cutter to cut right or left handed ovolo profiles. Cuts five eighths inch -marked on blades- has about half its japanning cutters sharp but some pitting on blade. Good BKF226 35 70 photo
6503-152 6503-152 TOPPS bevel and framing tool. Early type spots of light surface corrosion but tables and trademarks readable handle has a few dings and chips but overall in decent shape brass wingnut good. Good DTN218 25 50 photo
6503-153 6503-153 STANLEY No. 1 Odd Jobs with rule. Stanleys iconic combination level bevel marking gauge and square. Type 3 with proper rule. The tool itself has about half its nickel plating vial wet scribe ok. Rule is harder to find and this one has it but its missing its point at the end. Good PLH319 50 100 photo
6503-154 6503-154 Lot of three patented measuring tools. An adjustable square marked PAT July 11 1911 and probably patented by George Hall inventor of the Odd-Jobs. Possibly a roofing square has some surface rust angle adjusted by screw and washer. A CHALLENGE CUTLERY CORP try and mitre square patented by Philo Fox and marked with his 11-24-85 patent date some spots of discoloration but in pretty nice condition. And a CROOKSTON TOOL CO ABC combination bevel square patented 2-16-09 surface rust on most of body but all there. Good SGN379 50 100 photo
6503-155 6503-155 Lot of three angle measuring tools. Two STANLEY No. 30 angle dividers one has all parts no nickel plating but in nice condition with sweetheart mark other missing blade but has screw and has spots of nickel plating. And a HUTCHINSON patent combination square -patent 1636637- in nice condition. Good SGN388 40 80 photo
6503-156 6503-156 Lot of measuring tools. A 15 ebony and brass cartographers parallel rule some wear more so on back side some tarnish but still attractive. And two outer calipers one is a STARRETT based on Liljas 2-6-85 patent very unusual with only a spot or two of rust and a user stamp. The other is a friction type marked Charles Adams and 1875 with several spots of rust. And a miniature celluloid pocket rule no maker traces of ink along bottom edge otherwise in very nice condition. Good MKJ337, 358 30 60 photo
6503-157 6503-157 CHAPLIN patent combination square. Has rule marked Chaplins Patent Reissue May 4 1880 and manufactured by STANDARD TOOL CO. Head has most of its japanning surface rust and a spot of red paint. Rule has spots of rust some pitting and user intials stamped. Fairly rare especially with rule. Good SGN389 50 100 photo
6503-158 6503-158 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS tools. A combination square with 12 inch tempered rule marked M.F. CO Made in USA japanning on square 85 percent strangely where level normally is located it is solid and no hole to insert level. Maybe MF made them without levels for a short time. Plus a No. 405 stainless steel pocket caliper rule only a few spots of surface rust stand between it and fine. Good and better RSH118 25 50 photo
6503-159 *6503-159 Lot of three dividers. A crudely handforged set with wingnut at joint that locks it one 9 inch leg and pencil holder on end of other leg different. A spring-loaded one unmarked with 8 inch legs and a wing-style one by PECK STOW and WILCOX marked 10 with 9 inch legs and some light pitting. Good MRA116, 117, 118 15 30 photo
6503-160 *6503-160 Lot of four calipers. One wing-style by PECK STOW and WILCOX 6 inch legs and brass joint light pitting. And three 5 inch spring-loaded ones one unmarked other two by STARRETT and GOODELL-PRATT. All have a couple of spots of rust but generally good. Good HAN230 15 30 photo
6503-161 *6503-161 SADLER BROS No. 8 calipers. Marked with patent number 2808651 and assigned to the Rehoboth MA company this is designed to determine the thickness of optical lenses. Brass and sterling silver the two screws at one end position on either side of the lens and it automatically calculates thickness on the ruled brass strip at other end. Fairly clean with only a few rust spots. Different. Good TKY205 15 30 photo
6503-162 *6503-162 Lot of two measuring tools. A handforged set of winged dividers 10 inch legs and thumbscrew lock. Some surface rust but works smoothly. And a FRARYS Improved spring balance brass face slightly tarnished with half of black japanning on casing around spring ring at top and hook at bottom. Surface rust. Good CGD153, 342 20 40 photo
6503-163 6503-163 Lot of two try squares. Both with rosewood handles 6 inch blades trefoil inlays. No marks on either light pitting on both blades but overall nice and clean. Good plus TKY207 30 60 photo
6503-164 6503-164 Stanley No. 2 mitre try square. Appears to be Type 2 with two Winterbottoms patent dates on rosewood handle 7 and a half inch size blade has light pitting but pretty clean and numbering visible. Brass edge has a few dings and owner initials handle has a couple of chips but overall very nice example. Good TKY206 30 60 photo
6503-165 *6503-165 KEEN KUTTER No. K12 square. 12 inch x 8 inch arms some discoloration numbers legible user name etched into it a couple of times. Good SGN387 20 40 photo
6503-166 6503-166 Lot of machinists tools. 12 steel rules both straight edges and conversion rules from 3 inch to 12 inch various makers including STARRETT GENERAL BROWN and SHARPE. Most very clean a few spots of rust on a couple. And a GENERAL caliper rule No. 729. And 3 pairs of pocket dividers including a shiny pair marked GERMANY another one is brass one marked PAT 17308. Good plus SSA166 30 50 photo
6503-167 *6503-167 Lot of six zig zag rules. 2 metal a LUFKIN 1206F with some surface dirt and a couple paint spots and a STARRETT No. 451 with surface rust on body but numbers fairly legible. And a STANLEY Victor Engineers rule No. 816 STANLEY No. 108 LUFKIN extension rule a DURALL Golden Rule and a SPARTON Heavy Duty. No. 108 paint worn and Lufkin extension dingy with rust. Good- and better MRA240, 245, 247-251 20 40 photo
6503-168 6503-168 Lot of four INTERLOX sliding rules. Four nice clean examples of the Interlox brand by the Master Rule Mfg. Co. of New York. Three No. 106s and one of the much less commonly found 8 inch No. 108. One of the 106s and the 108 are near mint the other two are in good clean condition one with a little yellow paint. Good and better SGN318A 75 150 photo
6503-169 6503-169 Lot of three metal zig zag rules. Two Lufkins a 6 ft aluminum No. 1206 in near mint condition and a 4 ft steel No. 1174 with some surface oxidation but no rust. And a 6 ft aluminum Rustless Rule by the Rustless Rule Co. of Buffalo worst condition of the three with surface pitting and looseness in joints but intact. Good and better SGN318B 40 80 photo
6503-170 6503-170 LUFKIN steel measuring tape. 50 ft has some discoloration but numbers still good handle has a few dings but overall a nice example and ready to use. Good BKF117 30 60 photo
6503-171 6503-171 Lot of four bevels. A 6 inch SOUTHINGTON Hold Fast with unique locking lever. A 6 inch STANLEY No. 18 Eureka T-bevel with Stanley on one side of body and 7-14-03 patent date on other has half its plating. A DISSTON 6 inch sliding T-bevel light pitting on blade. And a 8 inch KEEN KUTTER sliding T-bevel blade pitted. Good SGN 40 80 photo
6503-172 *6503-172 Lot of two pocket tapes. A WALSCO Mechanics Pal 6ft long in circular steel case clean. And a STANLEY No. 348W Glide-o-matic with end broken off. Good- and better TKY203 10 20 photo
6503-173 *6503-173 Lot of three butt gauges. STANLEY No. 95 and No. 95 and a half both with surface rust japanning 70 percent on No. 95 with sweetheart mark and user initials vee-mark and traces of japanning on No. 95 and a half. And one marked GOODELL TOOL CO. with some surface rust but has majority of nickel plating. Good SSA146,147,149 15 30 photo
6503-174 6503-174 STANLEY No. 3 trammel points. Notched marks on points. Bodies are nearly pristine on red stained keeper bar. Good plus TKY210 50 100 photo
6503-175 6503-175 Grasshopper marking gauge. Beautifully made of rosewood and red mahogany with locking wedge. Theres one scribing point in the arm and a hole for another. One old repaired split. Extremely attractive grain. Good BHR285 40 80 photo
6503-176 6503-176 Panel gauge. Dark rosewood 17 inch long with 8 inch wide head brass trim at pin brass thumbscrew has slight tarnish body has a few dings and scratches large chip from one end. Good JRI244 25 50 photo
6503-177 6503-177 STANLEY No. 85 and a halfpanel gauge. For my money the 85 and a half is one of the prettiest tools Stanley ever made and this one is made from two beautiful pieces of rosewood with some sapwood on the head giving it character. Marked with the patent date but not the model number as was typical. A few dings and scratches on body small chip in stem at pin but all there and still very beautiful. Good plus CGD59 40 80 photo
6503-178 6503-178 Lot of drafting instruments. German dividers in box several calipers and dividers of different makers in Dietzgen case and a Lutz case marked U. S. Government Property Set 1 with 11 drafting pieces inside most are made by Lutz. Plus about 10 or so plastic drafting templates with assorted calculations or designs and various makers. Good RSH122, 124 50 100 photo
6503-179 6503-179 Lot of two BRIDGE CITY tools IOB. The SA-1 scratch awl 5 inch scratch awl with nicely turned rosewood handle. And a JH-1S jointmakers soft face hammer 2 and a half inch wide brass head and hickory handle original owner intials engraved in head. Both mint in good boxes with certificates of authenticity. Both tools are discontinued and would have cost you 90 dollars when they were on the market. Mint MDY22, 30 40 80 photo
6503-180 *6503-180 YANKEE No. 130A spiral ratchet screw driver IOB. Looks barely used metal nice and shiny but handle has wear around largest part. Has original bit envelope with 3 bits. Original box with green lid has one flap seam torn but all still there with some wear along seams label 50 percent. Good DST629 20 40 photo
6503-181 *6503-181 ALLIGATOR No. 27 steel belt lacing IOB. For belts quarter inch to nine-thirtysecond inch look unused in box with original paper. Some surface rust on a few box in dirty but good condition with original factory tape on outside. Good plus TKY213 20 40 photo
6503-182 6503-182 MILLERS FALLS Blu-flex hack saw blades IOB. New old stock 10 mint blades in gold colored slide-box with only very light wear and excellent label. Blades all have original labels as well. Fine RSH120 50 100 photo
6503-183 6503-183 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS tools IOB. A No. 2014 Drill Stand for the 914 electric drill looks unused with near fine japanning and box slightly worn. And a No. 2310 Dyno-Mite Right Angle Drive looks lightly used with a little bit of grime near sticker includes instructions box has tear on lid seam and some dinginess otherwise good. Good plus RSH115, 121 30 60 photo
6503-184 *6503-184 HENRY H. TAYLOR graining combs. Set of 12 in original tin box still has much of its brass plating and 90 percent of original label. Combs still in nice shape. Good plus MKJ304 25 50 photo
6503-185 6503-185 Lot of two BRIDGE CITY commemorative tools IOB. The CT-4 angle divider with 6 inch brass and rosewood handles and 4 and a half inch brass blade. Dead mint discontinued and previous market price was 174 dollars. And a DS-6 double square made of rosewood and brass with 6 inch stainless steel blade. Shows light use but near mint original owner initials engraved discontinued and previously priced at 84 dollars. Both have certificates of authenticity in good boxes. Fine and mint MDY19, 21 100 200 photo
6503-186 6503-186 Lot of two IRWIN auger bit sets in original boxes. A complete set of 13 from quarter inch to 1 inch in size in box with metal holding brackets for each bit and original green cardboard backing indicating sizes of the bits. Outside has about 70 percent of original label. Box has some scratches and staining missing half the lock so it no longer stays shut. Bits have some light surface rust and cardboard backing has tear in one spot. And the IRWIN Borcase auger bit set. 12 pretty clean bits total from quarter inch to 1 inch. 10 of them IRWIN 1 Diamond Head 1 Greenlee. Box has 70 percent of original orange finish moderate scratches and light wear 75 percent of original from label lock button still works. Good and better SGN306 75 150 photo
6503-187 6503-187 LAKESIDE spur auger bit set in box. Bits marked Lakeside 13 total from quarter inch to 1 inch in size in what appears to be original box stamped with 5-30-1893 patent date has traces of original label on side but nothing legible hinges good but missing one brass plate on side. Bits look mint. Good plus DORB 40 80 photo
6503-188 6503-188 GOODELL PRATT No. 316 chain drill. Japanning 80 percent some surface rust good chuck overall in nice shape. Good DST502 30 60 photo
6503-189 *6503-189 Lot of Sheffield spur auger bits. 6 total. Half inch to 1 inch in size 5 by RIDGWAY 1 by MARPLES. Fairy clean with only a few spots of discoloration. Good CDE2668 15 30 photo
6503-190 6503-190 Lot of two draw gauges. A brass and rosewood handled model by C.S. OSBORNE nice and clean and an unsigned nickel-plated mode nickel 90 percent. Plus a drawknife chamfer guide with spots of rust but nice. Good and better MKJ366 75 150 photo
6503-191 6503-191 Lot of six cobblers hammers. Two have European look with faces from 1-eighth inch to 2-eighths inch wide largest is a HAMMOND two appear to be marked USMC -United Shoe Machinery Co- C and D one European has user initials hammered into it. All have dings a few more than the others one USMC looks like it has a handcarved handle HAMMOND handle has very long chip running half its length. Light rust on a couple. Good- and better NW222, 328, 330, 338, 339, 341 40 80 photo
6503-192 *6503-192 Lot of two mallets. One with 2 and a quarter brass head nice 9 inch handle with some masking tape at end. And one with 3 inch wooden barrel-shaped head nicely carved decorative lines on head and 8 and a half inch turned handle. Light dinging on both but overall in good shape. Good plus NHN331 20 40 photo
6503-193 6503-193 Lot of three hammers. Two advertising coal hammers one stamped W. F. BURNS Davenport Hotel Bldg with -Hit us for a Coal Order on other side handle and head painted red at some point with about half the paint remaining some dings. And one stamped Fred S. Brooks Fuel Service with Majestic Smokeless Coal on other side. Large chip out of hammer head handle in nice shape. Plus a small handforged wire-handled pick-hammer with hook at one end 5 and a half inch head some surface rust but overall in good shape. Good NW360, 372, 386 40 80 photo
6503-194 6503-194 Lot of three metal bodied hammers. One is a decorative tack hammer with round head face at one end of head and tack puller on other and another tack puller at end of handle. No maker mark but looks cast and has traces of japanning. A cast iron carpenters hammer marked only with number 8. And a crate opener hammer-prybar marked B-R MFG CO CHICAGO IL. PAT APPLIED on one side other side stamped Compliments of Kellogg Toasted Corn Flake Co. on other. Traces of nickel plating some surface rust but generally in good shape. Good ALV457, 467, 500 40 80 photo
6503-195 *6503-195 Metalworking hammer. Generally used for forging in blacksmithing this one is unmarked 7 inch wide head with 1 inch and 1 and a half inch faces on either end 13 inch handle slightly loose and may be replacement as it looks too new head has dinging and some surface rust on top. Good ALV507 20 40 photo
6503-196 6503-196 Large FAIRMOUNT body work hammer. For work on auto bodies and fenders. Narrow curved 8 and a half inch head with bulb at end and square head with eye -slightly loose- 12 inch handle good. Stamp faint but has maker and No. 155. Different. Good NW1588 25 50 photo
6503-197 6503-197 Lot of handled tools. STANLEY NO. 2 patented excelsior tool handle one bit body in excellent condition. And a 5 and a half inch metal ice pick advertising CUTLER ICE CO. a few dings on one side but overall clean. Good TKY211 30 60 photo
6503-198 *6503-198 Lot of YANKEE ratcheting screwdrivers. 5 total from 17 inches long to 9 and a half inches long. No. 30A with fine handle and nice body with one spot of rust. 131A 30 30A have worn handles and some discoloration on bodies but overall decent. No. 44 missing half of its plating. Good SGN276 15 30 photo
6503-199 *6503-199 Lot of screwdrivers. Six perfect handle style all flat heads and some have surface rust with handles in varying worn conditions 7 inch and 8 inch WINCHESTER flat heads with heavily worn and chipped handle on 7 inch and a NORTH BROS. Yankee ratcheting screwdriver with screw holder looks early with very faint patent dates 11-2-97 and 1-22-01 on rachet gear case handle worn. Plus a steel ice chipper with solid ball as handle and some sort of striking mallet with round metal ball at end. Good- and better MRA168-171, 173, 174, 185, 188, 204, 206, 210 20 40 photo
6503-200 6503-200 MILLERS FALLS No. 61A spiral ratchet screwdriver IOB plus auger bits. Tool looks barely used very light wear on handle few spots of surface rust. Has three flat head bits and original bit envelope. Box has some wear and seam coming apart on one side but has worn but good has top and side label. Plus a half inch spur auger bit by WINCHESTER a quarter inch auger bit by H. BOKER a three-eighth inch sized plastic advertising bit by STANDARD TOOL CO. of Cleveland OH in which the end screws off to store items inside and a very nice 8 and a half inch long chrome plated advertising letter opener in the shape of a bit for IRWIN AUGER BIT CO. Wilmington OH. Good plus MKJ359 25 50 photo
6503-201 *6503-201 18th century flint striker. Looks hand forged shape looks European 6 inch long with some surface rust but in overall nice condition. Good MKJ360 20 40 photo
6503-202 *6503-202 M.C. MEITH ticket punch. Used primarily on railroads this one punches a sort of square-ish bell shape. Some surface rust but works smoothly Meith maker stamp on side faint. Good MRA114 15 30 photo
6503-203 6503-203 LEB SALES CO. pocket tool kit. Marked with flag mark and Pat. Pending at base still has most of its nickel plating 10 tools inside handle including saw blade two rules calipers dividers gouge flat head etc all under 3 inch long. Tool itself is 4 inch long. Good TKY212 50 100 photo
6503-204 *6503-204 Lot of two pry bars. A 10 inch double headed one marked Kelsay Feed and Grain Urich Creighton Blairstown with a few dings and very light spots of rust. And a RIMAC crate combination pry bar hammer and nail puller with some discoloration but in good shape. Good NW641 10 20 photo
6503-205 *6503-205 Lot of two glass cutting tools. A MILLERS FALLS glass tube cutter inner red japanning good but only traces on outer body overall good condition. And unmarked glass nippers has most of its nickel plating works smoothly. Good MRA109, 113 20 40 photo
6503-206 *6503-206 BOSTITCH B7 hog ring stapling pliers. Marked with patent number this is an early version of the similar modern version that costs around 30 dollars. Some spots of surface rust works smoothly. Good MRA101 10 20 photo
6503-207 *6503-207 Lot of three jewelers hammers. Two by G-M CO. MFG INC. with wire style handles a mallet with a wood end and metal end and one riveting hammer. Plus one unmarked mallet with solid knurled grip handle. All three have spots of surface rust Good BKF178 10 20 photo
6503-208 *6503-208 G. E. GAY patented ratcheting screwdriver. Marked with 12-17-78 patent date on handle an example of the Gay patent that was purchased early on by North Bros. making the Augusta ME drivers quite rare. Ratcheting mechanism still works smoothly minimal surface rust on blade handle has chip at top of plate one stain on handle otherwise in very nice condition for its age. Plus two turnscrews 11 inch one by BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE 12 inch by STANLEY both have wear to handles a few cracks in handle and dings in brass collars. Good SGN279 20 40 photo
6503-209 *6503-209 Lot of three handled tools. A tool handle with six bits -one chipped- wood good a flat head screwdriver with knurled grip and short shaft and wood handle and a PROTO right angle screwdriver with aluminum handles. Good MRA183, 209, 212 10 20 photo
6503-210 *503-210 JOHNSON and TAINTERS push drill. Somewhat scarce fully brass drill marked with 10-5-69 patent date on cap. Still has faint anodized decoration in a few spots works smoothly and overall in good shape. Good plus SGN277 20 40 photo
6503-211 6503-211 Lot of two New York makers patented screwdrivers. A CRESCENT TOOL CO. screwdriver hammer an early product for the Jamestown NY company first offered around 1915 and patented by J. E. Johnson on 2-6-17. This is the hard to find 4 inch version where the handle rotates to become a light hammer or t-handle for more leverage while rotating screws. A neat gizmo. Plus a C.A. MANN and CO of Buffalo NY patented screw-holding screwdriver with 5-18-99 and 6-15-99 patent dates on shaft also on shaft are spring-loaded jaws that hold the screw in place and slide up and down the shaft with a cam lock lever. Surface rust in a few spots light wear on wood handle otherwise in nice shape for its age. Good MRA208, 211 40 80 photo
6503-212 6503-212 ILTIS single bit axe. German maker marked Orig. ILTIS with a stamp of what looks like a bear and also stamps of a lobster and a jellyfish on reverse side. 5 and a quarter inch blade could use sharpening some surface rust but no deep pitting. Eye is a little loose 31 inches long handle worn and has a few chips. Good NW1432 30 60 photo
6503-213 6503-213 DOUGLAS AXE MFG CO broad axe. Marked with Douglas MA maker and also Cast Steel Warranted Mfd by M. Hunt. Head has a scrape or two and a 1 inch chip out of body and half inch chip from top edge corner. Some surface rust and pitting handle has some wear and a few cracks but overall nice but slightly loose at eye. Good GAN237G 40 80 photo
6503-214 6503-214 Stoneworkers toothed axe. Sometimes called a bush hammer it is used to smooth out roughed spots of sandstone or limestone before finer tools are used. 8 inch wide unmarked head has some rust and pitting and about a dozen small spots of silver paint on one side. Handle slightly loose a few checks in the wood and a little curling of wood up by eye. Good NW560 25 50 photo
6503-215 6503-215 Lot of two shipwright adzes. A DOUGLAS AXE MFG CO Sharp Mfd with partial maker stamp 4 inch blade has small chips and needs sharpening poll has some dings 24 inch curved handle has staining and a few dings. And an unmarked one with beveled sides to 4 and a half inch edge a few miniscule chips to edge poll good and looks unused 26 inch curved handle. Spots of surface rust and light pitting on both heads. Good ESY2, 4 40 80 photo
6503-216 6503-216 WM BEATTY and SON mortise axe. Beatty was one of the premier edge tool makers in Chester PA and this has his Chester mark with a faint steer outline above it. 9 inch wide head 13 and a half inch handle has one or two stains and one chip but overall nice some pitting and spots of discoloration on head and sharp edge. Plus two C. HAMMOND axes. A No. 2 hatchet 3 and a quarter inch edge handle has chip near head and split at end. And a No. 4 axe 5 and a quarter inch edge good handle nail wedged in eye. Good plus CGD190, 282, 285 50 100 photo
6503-217 6503-217 LOT OF THREE OPEN-HANDLED STIRRUP ADZES. All open-handled triangular types. One with a Burys and Co. No. 1 blade decorative end but missing its strap and wound with copper wire. The other two have unmarked blade and original iron strapsone has a triangular piece glued on may be old repair the other has a walnut handle with some decorative carving. Good- and better LBD279,294.295 80 150 photo
6503-218 6503-218 Ice axe. Unmarked 6 and a half inch long rounded blade on one end 4 spike poll on other end. Tight 15 inch handle dark stain. Light pitting and some surface rust on head. Good NW299 40 80 photo
6503-219 6503-219 Fraternal IMPROVED ORDER OF RED MEN bronze axe head. The fraternity established in 1834 descended from the Sons of Liberty and is still chartered by Congress whose name originated because the Sons of Liberty dressed as Mohawk Indians when they participated in the Boston Tea Party. Axes such as this one with an emblem of an eagle and the word T.O.T.E. -Treaty Of the Eagle- which was supposedly the password to get into meetings were given to members as gifts or during induction ceremonies. No handle just the head but in decent condition though could use a cleaning one small chip on top edge. Unique part of American history to say the least. Good plus NW1505 40 80 photo
6503-220 6503-220 Lot of KEEN KUTTER hatchets. Two hammer hatchets 3 and a quarter inch and 4 inch blades. 3 and a quarter inch handle has several bad chips and cracks other one is in fine condition. A 4 inch single bit with good handle a 3 and three fourths inch edge hatchet head no handle. And a shingling hatchet has about 70 percent nickel plating decent handle with one chip at end. All have spots of surface rust and miniscule chipping on blade edges but nothing serious Good NW292, 293, 295, 296, 305 40 80 photo
6503-221 6503-221 Lot of two STANLEY No. 7 jointer planes. A 7C later version with orange rectangle mark on lever cap and cap has most of its nickel plating tall knob sweetheart mark on blade small chips out of end of tote. And a No. 7 looks like a Type 7 or 8 with vee mark on blade S casting mark patent date on lateral adjuster. Both have japanning retouched. Good DOR99, 102 40 80 photo
6503-222 6503-222 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 5C corrugated vee mark on cutter tote and knob have a few dings japanning may be retouched. And a No. 6 with vee mark on cutter three patent dates behind frog tote has large chip out of tip some dings in knob japanning 70 percent. Spots of surface rust on both. Good DOR112,117 40 80 photo
6503-223 6503-223 STANLEY No. 608C Bedrock jointer plane. Flat top sides corrugated sole. Type 6 with Bedrock lever cap and X mark on blade two patent dates behind frog. Some surface rust and a heavy spot of rust on one cheek tote has chip off tip high knob good japanning 70 percent. Good DOR133 75 150 photo
6503-224 6503-224 STANLEY No. 10 bench rabbet plane. Type 7 1892 mark on cutter. Body mostly clean except for some toolbox dinging. Japanning looks repainted tote may be refinished. Good DOR105 50 100 photo
6503-225 6503-225 CHAPLINS No. 1207 corrugated jack plane. Knob and rubber tote good lever cap has traces of nickel plating japanning 70 percent blade has some surface corrosion. Sole appears to have casting flaw or chip. Good DOR130 50 100 photo
6503-226 6503-226 Lot of three STANLEY block planes. A No. 60 low angle later type nickel on lever cap 70 percent japanning mostly there user intials stamped in one cheek. A Defiance No. 1247 with blade marked as such japanning may be repainted knob has crack at base. And a No. 110 late model with yellow sticker on lever cap japanning and knob good lever cap has tarnished. Good DOR91, 92, 106 30 60 photo
6503-227 6503-227 Lot of two STANLEY No. 120 block planes. A Type 1 with five-point star lever cap japanning 60 percent replaced knob. And a Type 2 with six-point star with hole in lever cap traces of japanning some pitting on metal. Stanley Rule and Level semi-circle mark on both blades Type 2 also has Pat Apl 1876 on blade Type 1 has some user light etching of numbers on blade and body. Good- and better BHR277 100 200 photo
6503-228 6503-228 Lot of two STANLEY Type 1 block planes. A No. 203 V logo on blade 203 cast into underside of lever cap large knob Stanley on adjustment wheel japanning 60 percent. And a No. 120 with five-point star lever cap japanning 70 percent semi-circle SRandL mark on blade some light surface rust. Lever cap has crack and repaired on underside with molded piece of metal screwed into it. Good- and better BHR289 50 100 photo
6503-229 6503-229 Lot of two STANLEY No. 65 block planes. A Type 1 with wood knob has small amount of japanning plating on lever cap about 50 percent patent date behind the frog. And a Type 2 with adjustable throat japanning and plating near complete miniscule chip at throat. Good BHR286 100 200 photo
6503-230 6503-230 STANLEY No. 61 block plane. Somewhat uncommon japanning good nickel plating on lever cap 75 percent knob has a few toolbox dings. Blade has notched rectangle Made in USA mark that looks like more modern replacement. Miniscule chip at throat. Good BHR290 75 150 photo
6503-231 6503-231 Lot of two STANLEY No. 100 and a half squirrel tail block planes. Both with red lever caps japanning 70 percent on one nearly complete on other except for one spot on toe both have notched rectangle marks on blades. Soles good. Good DOR94 60 120 photo
6503-232 6503-232 STANLEY No. 7 jointer plane. Looks to be a Type 7 S casting mark on lever cap no Bailey on toe japanning 30 percent third sweetheart on cutter. Miniscule chip at throat dings in knob and tote tip of toe expertly reglued and has user stamp. Some surface rust in spots. Good- AGS3 40 80 photo
6503-233 6503-233 Lot of plane parts. Several types of screws and washers five or six knobs -one unfinished rest look like from Stanley planes-. Plus two wooden totes and what appears to be a frog from a Stanley plane. Good JPR19, 23 25 50 photo
6503-234 6503-234 Wooden D router. Graceful and graphic form with rounded grips made out of a light wood thats in nice condition. Shows light use with only a few dings and light scratching cutter held by hand forged wingnut. A pretty router. Good TKY200 35 70 photo
6503-235 6503-235 CHAPIN-STEPHENS handled plow plane. Boxwood CHAPIN-STEPHENS handled plow plane -A Mark- with E.M. Chapin a quarter inch cutter. Chips on threads and body checks in body wedge has light chewing spots of surface rust. Nuts ok. And a H. CHAPIN -B mark- 1 and a half inch molder ogee with boxed quirk some chips and checks in the body including one large one that extends into most of the top user stamp blade has rust and pitting. Few spots of staining. Good- and better CKE28, 29 40 80 photo
6503-236 6503-236 Lot of five AUBURN TOOL CO. molding planes. Quarter inch half inch and two 1-and-a-half inch rounds and a three fourths inch hollow. Three fourths hollow and one 1-and-a-half inch round have 2 star mark. Quarter inch has some water damage others in lightly used or very nice shape. Good and better MMY84 40 80 photo
6503-237 *6503-237 Lot of four molding planes. A three eighths inch rabbet by SANDUSKY with overstamped mark and light use a quarter inch boxed side bead by CHAPIN-STEPHENS with some wear to sole and body a nice one eighth inch boxed side bead by DOSCHER PLANE and TOOL CO. and half inch unmarked round in very nice condition. The Chapin and the Doscher were owned by a J.M. Muth with the former stamped and latter has name penciled on heel. Good and better BGE4 20 40 photo
6503-238 6503-238 R.A. PARRISH hollow plane. A mark -1 star- 1 and a half inch blade a few user marks and some dings in heel wedge has light chewing otherwise very clean and nice plane. Good plus CGD247 30 40 photo
6503-239 *6503-239 Moving filletster plane. Very nicely made. Seven-eighths inch cutter has moving aluminum fence attached by screws good nicker adjusted by large handforged wingnut wedge good. Mark on heel looks like HBF Co. and No. 79. A couple of dings but overall very nice. Good plus CGD246 20 40 photo
6503-240 6503-240 MOCKRIDGE and FRANCIS coachmakers compassed rabbet plane. B1 mark 1 and three fourths inch wide cutter slightly compassed sole wedge has only light wear user initials carved into several times a few scrapes on sole dings and check or two in body but overall nice plane that the original owner clearly didnt want to lose. Good CGD252 30 50 photo
6503-241 6503-241 Lot of four handsaws. A KING PHILIP No. 42 warranted superior medallion 26 inch blade has light pitting and surface rust 7 tpi handle has light wear and paint spots. An ATKINSON SAW WORKS No. 7 26 inch blade 8 tpi good etch handle has some sort of weird stain or remnants of label and a few chips blade has staining. An IROQUOIS No. 49 crosscut that has 20 inch blade 7 tpi good etch of a Native American riding a horse handle has nickel plated warranted superior medallion blade fairly clean with only a few spots of pitting and light staining handle has letter H carved into back and some wear and paint but horns good. And a 26 inch rip saw with etch too faint to read 5 tpi no medallion -only 3 screws- handle has light wear and a little chewed top horn blade has staining and surface rust spots. Good BFS209, 211, 223, 225 50 100 photo
6503-242 6503-242 Lot of three S. SIMONS HARDWARE CO. saws. Two 24 inch and one 26 inch all with Simons Boston MA etch warranted superior medallions but one has Glovers 12-27-87 patent date as well. Two with 6 tpi one 7 tpi handles have light wear but good horns some rust staining pitting spots on blades but generally in decent shape. Good BFS212, 227, 228 30 60 photo
6503-243 6503-243 Lot of three SIMONDS saws. A No. 8-and-a-half skew back with decent etch though some discoloration and a few rust spots on 26 inch blade 9 tpi handle has some stains crack at base and chip in bottom horn. What looks like a No. 372 skew back with light etch 26 inch blade with some rust 9 tpi handle has wear four small holes drilled into each side horns lightly chewed and bottom one has chip. And a 24 inch blade one with 7 tpi crescent moon etch looks like it says No. 5A. Good nib Handle bottom has brass reinforcement plate top horn half chipped off good crescent moon medallion light wear and spots of surface rust. Good BFS207, 210, 222 40 80 photo
6503-244 6503-244 Lot of three backsaws. Steel backed. One by R. GROVES and SONS. 14 inch blade 12 tpi needs sharpening split nuts good medallion handle has some wear and blade has some staining. And a DISSTON post 1918 handle has wear and a few chips good medallion surface rust on 14 inch blade 14 tpi. And one with etch I cant make out warranted superior medallion so possibly a hardware store saw. Theres a couple of user stickers on blade that can be removed. 12 inch blade 14 tpi needs sharpening spots of rust handle worn and chip in bottom horn. Good SSA120, 121, 122 25 50 photo
6503-245 6503-245 Lot of two DISSTON No. 7 saws. A 18 inch one with 12 tpi still has about a third of paper label around the medallion some light pitting and discoloration etching faint good nib handle has light wear and a small old chip on bottom horn. And what seems to have originally been a 16 inch but is now 15 and a half inches from being cut down 10 tpi discoloration on blade but etch good nib gone only a few spots of light pitting top horn has old chip some wear and staining on handle. Good GAN117 40 80 photo
6503-246 *6503-246 Lot of two saws. Keyhole saw warranted superior medallion handle looks repaired and relacquered two extra blades. And a pad saw rosewood handle and brass collar blade has surface rust handle has a few stains and user stamps. Good- and better JPR43 20 40 photo
6503-247 *6503-247 Lot of three steel backed dovetail saws. All 10 inches long. Two unmarked 18 tpi one with red painted handle other looks like applewood. And a 12 tpi CRAFTSMAN Kromedge. All three have spots of surface rust hangholes but overall in decent shape. Good plus SSA130, 1332, 134 20 40 photo
6503-248 6503-248 A. T. BINKERD patented saw clamp. Patented 11-24-96 and marked with that date as well as 7-29-95 for the self-fastening mechanism this was marketed as a portable saw vise that is easily folded for storage or transport. It appears there are two spurs on the base of the clamp that are driven into a bench when in use. This one was clearly used often as it has many file marks in the edge of the clamp but the padding on inside of one jaw is mostly intact. Only traces of original japanning some surface rust otherwise in decent shape for its age. Different. Good TKY208 30 60 photo
6503-249 6503-249 Small salt saw. Very nice rosewood handle well-reglued break and 3 and three-fourths inch brass blade has some mild scratching but overall a very pretty saw. Good MKJ356 35 70 photo
6503-250 *6503-250 Lot of two keyhole saws. One by PEUGEOT and CIE with 7 inch long blade and only a few spots of rust. Other is an ATKINS with rusty blade but nothing deep 9 and a half inch blade. Handle on Atkins good with a few paint makrs and some light wear Pugeot and Cie handle has staining paint and part of bottom horn chipped off. Good- and better TKY204 20 40 photo
6503-251 *6503-251 Lot of two junior hacksaws. Unmarked. Iron one with 8 and a half inch blade other nickel plated body with 6 inch blade. Good plus JPR42 10 20 photo
6503-252 6503-252 ATKINS saw filer. Marked with 11-14-93 and 1-12-97 patent dates and Indianapolis Ind. Has traces of nickel plating no file but wood and japanning on base good. Good BFS304 50 100 photo
6503-253 *6503-253 Lot of three wood clamps. 19 inch wide jaws with 20 inch threaded arms some chips and wear. 13 inch wide jaws with 17 inch threaded arms one or two chips and stains but overall clean. And 13 inch wide jaws with 14 inch threaded arms good handles have a few stains. Good BGE3 20 40 photo
6503-254 *6503-254 Lot of five saw sets. One looks like a STEARNS Potters patent one is a DISSTON dont recognize the other three. All have coating of rust but nothing deep complete and functional. Good MRA102-104,106,107 15 20 photo
6503-255 6503-255 CLAMP. Dosch Speed Clamp No. 16. Manufactured by the Smith and Egge Mfg Co. known primarily for locks and sewing machines this large clamp has 16 inch long wooden jaws that extend 17 inch wide and are moved up and down the threaded metal rods by turning a large wingnut that releases the lock on the threads. Stamped with patent date 4-6-13 and Bridgeport Conn. along with manufacturer and clamp number. Wood has some surface wear and a crack along the edge of one jaw threads good with very light surface rust. Good DOR139 50 100 photo
6503-256 6503-256 Lot of two STANLEY routers. A No. 71 Type 8 knobs good except for some user initials stamped into them one quarter inch cutter no foot. And a No. 71-and-a-half Type 5 one half inch cutter knobs have some dings and wear mounted on steel plate. Both appear to be repainted. Good NHN283, 284 30 60 photo
6503-257 *6503-257 Bronze cast of a STANLEY No. 71 and a half router. Copy of a Type 1 knobs look handcarved and are decorative. Has five eighths inch cutter made from a file decorative brass thumbscrew. Whoever made it went through a lot of trouble to recreate it. Attractive looking. Good DCR323 15 30 photo
6503-258 6503-258 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 2 knobs have a couple of cracks around screws and bases and are worn one quarter inch cutter clamp is a replacment and not black japanned plane japanning about 60 percent. Good- BKF154 25 50 photo
6503-259 *6503-259 STANLEY No. 271 mini-router IOB. Looks unused with instruction sheet only apology is user initials written on plane and box in black marker. Fine BKF 25 30 photo
6503-260 6503-260 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 9 one half inch cutter knobs have toolbox dinging and a few small stains japanning 85 percent has foot. Good plus DST330 25 50 photo
6503-261 6503-261 STANLEY No. 82 one handed scraper. Later version with maroon stained handle and knob. Near mint condition with a couple of minor nicks in the handle japanning immaculate. If you need to have an 82 in your collection this is the one for you. Good plus RSH48 35 70 photo
6503-262 *6503-262 DIKEMAN MFG CO. patented scraper. Somewhat uncommon patented 11-6-06 and manufactured in Norwalk CT. 11 inches long 3 inch blade has ball joint to connect head with handle that allows scraping at a variety of angles. Head marked with patent date and other patents pending. Head and blade have discoloration and rust spots handle has some scrapes ball joint still works smoothly. Overall in decent condition with plenty of blade left for you to try it out for yourself. Good BKF173 20 40 photo
6503-263 6503-263 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane IOB. Appears to be Type 7B and looks to be all there with 65 percent nickel plating but could use a light cleaning. Handle and knob good with some light dings skate has light wear has one set of 17 cutters in original box with label -label good except for one scratch through it- that includes beading plow and dado cutters. In original finger lock box that has a few chips and cracks some wear and lid has some chips so doesnt slide in anymore has partial label dings but about 60 percent there. Good plus MAX118 60 120 photo
6503-264 6503-264 STANLEY No. 55 universal plane. Looks all there and a later type in modern craftsman made dovetailed sliding lid box. Nickel plating 70 percent wood has some dinging but overall good some light rust in spots. Has all 4 cutter boxes and cutters labels 80 percent except No. 2 is 50 percent. Also comes with original instruction book with some wear and staining and a reproduction instruction book. Craftsman made box has some damage to back corner and split on one side that could easily be fixed with some elbow grease and wood glue rest of it very nicely made. Good HAN379 150 300 photo
6503-265 6503-265 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 3 looks to be all there plus cutter set of beading plow dado cutters inside tin case screwed into board that lays flat against bottom of user-made box. Plane has been repainted knob and tote have light dinging but good very few spots of rust and overall very clean example. User made box has wear and water stains on lid and one side in particular no lock hinges ok. Good MAX120 75 150 photo
6503-266 6503-266 Brass rack. 15 and a half inches tall with four 7 inch arms with round caps ring at top and 6 inch wide base. In nice condition. Not positive of its original purpose -towel stand?- but you could display your plumb bobs on it. Good plus BEN3 30 60 photo
6503-267 6503-267 Lot of two KODAK junior cameras. A No. 2C A-130 Brownie and a No. 1A A-116 with rangefinder. Both appear to mechanically work fine 2C does not have plunger 1A does. 2C lens appear foggy but 1A looks fine. Both in nice condition. 2C has good case with some wear at edges 1A case has leather cracking and some wear but generally good for age. Cant guarantee they work but very neat. Good GFR281A 60 120 photo
6503-268 6503-268 NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY store display canister window lid. Lid to a countertop canister that opens on hinge on left side brass plated frame around 9 inch x 8 inch glass window with green and white logo above it. Overall 10 and a half inch square 1 and three quarters inch tall side marked patent applied for. A few spots of wear and tarnish a couple light scratches on logo overall in very nice condition. Good plus GFR282 40 80 photo
6503-269 6503-269 KODAK six-20 brownie box camera. US version made between 1933-1941. Features two focusing zones 5-10 feet and beyond 10 feet selected by a spring-loaded lever below the lens and an aperture selection slider. Lenses and camera body could use a light cleaning art deco designed front has a few scratches. Good plus GFR281B 30 60 photo
6503-270 *6503-270 UNIVERSAL CAMERA CORPORATION automatic titler. Used to make titles for your home movies in original box and looks like 1950s or earlier. Different. Good plus MKJ300 15 30 photo
6503-271 6503-271 ENTERPRISE cherry stoner. Patented 4-24-83 by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company this one has had its japanning retouched but only has a few spots of rust and is in nice shape and ready to be used. Good BCN211 25 50 photo
6503-272 6503-272 COLEMAN LAMP and STOVE CO. No. 4A gas sadiron. Made from 1929-1948 this Instant Lite model with its cool blue color was very popular and had a self-cleaning gas tip similar to the mechanism used on Coleman lanterns and camp stoves. This one has a nickel plated gas tank with about 70 percent plating left and about 60 percent plating on rest of body handle base marked with product and patent info handle itself has wear to blue paint -about half left- blue enamel has a few small chips but majority intact and nice. Some spots of surface rust. Good BCN119 30 60 photo
6503-273 6503-273 Lot of two J. DUKAS and Co shoe shine brushes. Both marked Made in Germany and appear to be horsehair bristles with about a 2 inch worn spot in middle of both. One advertises Roos Bros. Clothiers of San Francisco and other advertises The Rothenberg Co. Old Judge Kentucky Whiskey also in San Francisco. Light wear and a few stains on wood handles overall nice. Good GFR280 30 60 photo
6503-274 *6503-274 Lot of two STANLEY pocket items. A No. X6LG advertisment 6 inch rule and a 3 inch pocket powerlock tape 39-130. Rule in very nice condition a little surface rust on tape. Good TKY214 15 30 photo
6503-275 6503-275 Lot of STANLEY items. A Stanley Works sweetheart brass display case plaque nice condition with one small ding and a few spots of light tarnish 3 and a half inch by 2 and a half inch. Plus 4 spurs for a No. 45 2 spurs for a No. 5 both in original envelopes -no screws-. Good plus MAX385 30 60 photo
6503-276 6503-276 Lot of two Japanese ink line sumitsubos. One looks like it is carved into the shape of a bird may be a turtle with traces of black ink in well but no string or ink. Crack through front of body. And one with nicely carved wheel and curved shape some red ink inside but no line white glass bead around opening for line. Good HAN521, 522 40 80 photo
6503-277 6503-277 Miniature keg. Might be a small barrel or a reproduction of a barrel or keg to scale. Has two iron rings with rust on them wood stained dark or aged sealed with cork -nothing inside-. 8 inch tall and 4 inches wide. Different. Good SPM27 30 60 photo
6503-278 6503-278 Pump drill. 12 inch steel shaft with some pitting with brass flywheel nicely turned rosewood handle. Unsigned. Good WOL500 30 60 photo
6503-279 6503-279 String winder. Looks like the kind used in gardens to mark sections or rows with a flat end to stake it in to the ground. Cast iron pretty clean. Good plus SPM239 30 60 photo
6503-280 6503-280 Lot of two grease boxes. Rotating lids one is 5 and a half inch long coffin shaped with cast brass flower on lid some grease inside and a tight crack in stained body. Other is 6 inch oval shaped with elaborate cast brass chandelier on lid small ball of grease inside some staining on outside but in good shape. Good REN40 35 70 photo
6503-281 6503-281 JOHN HERRING and SON Lot of plane irons. Two unopened packages one contains three 1-and-a-half inch cutters and one contains three 1-and-a-quarter inch cutters. In their original wrapping paper including labels marked in Thai characters dont know why but Herring cutters frequently come with these. Good plus GAN3002 50 100 photo
6503-282 6503-282 Lot of nine miniature tools. REMINGTON screwdriver with plastic handle wrench marked Made in Germany wrench marked A G and J Product pliers hatchet hammer hammer screwdriver miners pick ball peen with rosewood handle and brass ball peen with knurled grip. All 4 and a quarter inch to 2 and a half inches in size and almost all very clean except for hatchet that has a couple spots of surface rust. Good plus MAX172 40 80 photo
6503-283 6503-283 Lot of four rosewood handled tools. An unmarked straight edge with 2 inch blade and two putty knives one 3 inch unmarked blade and a 1 inch blade marked JUDSON CUTLERY CO. NY plus a 4 tined fork marked J. ENGLISH and HUBERS. 3 have nice rosewood handles and brass collars and caps fork has what looks like walnut all in overall nice condition. Good plus SPM274A 30 60 photo
6503-284 *6503-284 Set of three miniature planes. Unsigned. Each is made of two brass side plates with rosewood infill between them brass lever caps. All are 3 inches long includes a bullnose a nine-sixteenths inch smoother and a half inch smoother with rounded ends. They show light use and some scratching on bodies. Good REN20 15 30 photo
6503-285 6503-285 Lot of two Wisconsin makers bench grinders. AMERICAN HYDRAULICS INC. Fond du Lac WI American Champion No. 46 6 inch wheel green painted body and red handle in good shape with about 90 percent paint left not a lot of wear on wheel. And one by PRAIRIE DU CHIEN TOOL CO. Prairie du Chien WI No. 24 Sturdibilt 4 inch wheel green and red painted body with black handle looks repainted with about 95 percent paint left handle good wheel looks barely used. Good plus MHT 40 80 photo
6503-286 *6503-286 No. 145 Excelsior boys tool chest. Good red label on inside lid depicts a jockey on a horse and two New York state seals archimedian drill TWIX bevel square Handy Andy small square scratch awls two small nail pullers inside -not part of orginal chest-. Wood box has crack in base some dings wear and lock missing but has hook hinges slightly loose. Good HAN383 20 40 photo
6503-287 6503-287 THE CHALLENGE No. 1 eyelet press. Made by E. L. Sibley Bennington VT and market with several patent dates. Gold gilding and labels about 75-80 percent japanning 90 percent. Works smoothly. Good plus HAN276 50 100 photo
6503-288 6503-288 Lot of two grommet kits. C.S. OSBORNE and CO. No. 235 midget grommet dies size 0 in the original box with good label. And a HANDI-GROMMET size 2 in box with assortment of grommets and washers in box as well. Good plus HAN375 25 50 photo
6503-289 6503-289 Sharpening stone. Unmarked 8 inch x 2 inch in 9 and a half inch x 3 inch wood box. Stone looks unused box looks like mahongany and has dark staining on outside. Good SPM55 30 60 photo
6503-290 6503-290 CRYSTOLON GIANT No. JUM22 combination oilstone. Looks unused with good label on inside of original metal box felt liner protecting stone. Box has a few scuffs and dings but generally good. Good plus DCR53 50 80 photo
6503-291 6503-291 Lot of two tools IOB. KIMBALL MFG CO. Bevil Devil made by the Royal Oak MI company and marked Patents Pending looks to be all there with screws fences and blades in original blade box. Original wood box still has 95 percent of label in good condition with only a couple of scuffs. And a J.P. HYDE No. 777 wallpaper trimmer looks almost new in box with extra blade tool has about 95 percent nickel plating box scuffed at edges with good labels. Good plus HAN363, 371 40 80 photo
6503-292 6503-292 Large handforged winged dividers. 16 and a half inch legs long wing locked with decorative 2 and a half inch wide wingnut surface rust on body but still works. Good WOL529 30 60 photo
6503-293 6503-293 Lot of two measuring tools. Unsigned plumb square 10 inch x 12 inch dark wood with nailed on brass decorations lightly dinged brass plumb bob is a good fit for the cutouts crack on one arm. And a similarly decorated 16 inch mantle level with two brass decorations nailed on a 5 and a half inch brass plate on top with double level vials one brass decoration has small crack wood has some dings. Good WOL356, 365 75 150 photo
6503-294 6503-294 Lot of metal rules. A LUFKIN No. 1086 one-fold two-foot brass one some tarnish spots and a few light bends but overall ok. A LUFKIN 36 inch two-fold steel one light wear and some surface rust. A STARRETT No. 432 one-fold two-foot light tarnish on brass and a few slight bends. And a RABONE No. 1243 nice and shiny brass with only a few spots of tarnish. Good VTD234 50 100 photo
6503-295 6503-295 Lot of two engineering slide rules and bevel. Both unmarked two-foot one-fold boxwood with brass slide and ends one marked with user name J. Bryant other T. W. Cook. Staining on both pins good one has large chip missing from end and no brass cap as well as crack on other edge. Other one sprung but in decent shape minus the stains. Plus an ebony and brass double blade bevel. User carved A1727H on one side brass blades have some tarnish some paint spots and general wear. Good- and better VTD232 35 70 photo
6503-296 6503-296 Lot of five KEEN KUTTER boxwood rules. 3 two-foot four-fold ones Nos. K630 and K840 and E.C. SIMMONS No. 680 Redline. And a No. K360-and-a-half caliper and a K180 two-foot one-fold. All have staining and wear K630 in best condition. K180 sprung a few chips and some paint spots. SIMMONS and K360-and-a-half have heavy staining. Good- and better VTD235 30 60 photo
6503-297 6503-297 Lot of four UPSON NUT CO. boxwood rules. All two-foot four-fold. No. 61 No. 62 No. 68 and No. 78-and-a-half. No. 62 and 78-and-a-half are fully brass bound. All have some wear and staining but nothing extreme. Good VTD131 40 80 photo
6503-298 6503-298 Lot of six STANLEY boxwood rules. 6 four-foot two-fold including a No. 51 No. 61 No. 72 and a half sweetheart English No. 7 No. 68 and sweetheart No. 27. No. 68 and No. 27 near mint others have some wear and staining. Plus two unmarked four-fold one-foot boxwood rules near mint marked No. 1 and No. 65. Good and better VTD132, 155, 166, 170, 172 40 80 photo
6503-299 6503-299 E. A. STEARNS and CO No. 54 caliper rule. Some yellowing especially on front about a third of the ivory around caliper near hinge is missing someone wrote their name in the bed behind the caliper and initials on inside German silver ok with a few spots of light tarnish pin good. Good- PLH280 100 200 photo
6503-300 6503-300 Lot of four boxwood rules. A RABONE and SONS two-foot four-fold one with brass trim some staining and one or two small chips but overall good. A RABONE No. 1380 with some wear and fading to numbers. A CHAPIN marked H. Chapins Son Co. No. 18 brass trim numbers slightly worn user stamp on back. And a H. CHAPIN No. 40 engineers rule two-foot one-fold some fading and stains slightly sprung. Good HAN215 50 100 photo
6503-301 6503-301 Brass and iron breast drill. Clean cast iron body unmarked screw-pin style chuck gear drive is cast bronze with heart shapes rosewood handle. 15 inch long. Different and attractive. Good plus VTD240 40 80 photo
6503-302 6503-302 FULTON breast drill. 3 jaw chuck good. Has 70 percent of red japanning on gear and partial label half there handles have light wear and small scrape on one surface rust on a few spots japanning 80 percent. Would clean up nicely. Good BGE3 25 50 photo
6503-303 6503-303 RUSBY patent drill. Patented 12-3-12 by J. H. Rusby. Handles good with light wear traces of japanning some spots of surface rust no breast plate. Two jaw chuck works smoothly. Good VTD239 40 80 photo
6503-304 6503-304 NORTH BROS Yankee No. 445 Two speed two jaw chuck nickel plating 80 percent japanning ok handle and knob have wear and a few spots of paint works smoothly and would clean up nice. Good BKF51 25 50 photo
6503-305 6503-305 MILLERS FALLS No. 5A drill. Gear red paint looks repainted rest looks original has 98 percent of original label on handle. Knobs have light wear handle has one or two dings clean chuck. 7 bits in handle. Good VTD238 25 50 photo
6503-306 6503-306 Lot of two hand drills. A RITCHIE WERTZ CO. Dayton OH hand drill with two hook ends that rotate in opposite directions. Tag says it was for winding two-propeller model planes circa WWI. I cant find much on the company beyond that they made model planes so this may be correct. 9 and a half inch long with iron handle and stained hardwood handle japanning 70 percent. And another one with a similar gear wheel 10 inch long red stained handle and dark knob wheel marked Patent Applied For and Made in USA has JACOBS MULTICRAFT keyed chuck -key included-. Good VTD237 30 60 photo
6503-307 6503-307 MILLERS FALLS No. 4 jewelers drill. Somewhat scarce brace. 8 inch long rosewood handle single-speed traces of black japanning works smoothly. Good DST108 40 80 photo
6503-308 6503-308 GOODELL-PRATT No. 84 universal ratchet handle. Two-bit chuck good head japanning about 80 percent nickel plating nearly complete. Good plus PLH439 60 120 photo
6503-309 6503-309 GOODELL PRATT No. 365 high speed hand drill. Not very common has gears enclosed in aluminum case three jaw chuck good some surface rust knob and handles have a few dings 70 percent of red paint on handle some oil stains on outside of gear case crank handle a replacement. Good GAN164 30 60 photo
6503-310 6503-310 Lot of six wrenches. A NEVERSLIP farriers wrench No. 567 with some spots of surface rust and pitting. A CRANDALL EXPERT ratcheting wrench patented 5-13-13 but this one is marked Patent Applied For some surface rust and traces of japanning. A rusty 8 inch LEVERWRENCH CO. wrench jaw still slides well. A rusty coachmakers style wrench-screwdriver combination with 3 bits in knurled handle marked Made in Germany. A 6 and a half inch COES with crack in wood handle and some rust. And a bronze RITTER tank wrench in practically unused condition. Good- and better ALV13, 32, 237, 405, 609, 691 35 70 photo
6503-311 6503-311 HK PORTER New Easy Bulldog bolt cutters. 18 inch long marked with 10-18-92 patent date has traces of japanning but not a lot of surface rust. Size No. 0. Work smoothly. Good DOR82 25 50 photo
6503-312 6503-312 Lot of four wrenches. A BOOS TOOL CORP adjustable wrench with turning handle clean. A REED MFG CO. Erie PA pipe wrench marked with Patent 8-10-87. An IRELAND PIPE WRENCH CO. Boston MA pipe wrench marked with 1903 and 1905 patent dates and about half its nickel plating. A WM HJORTH and CO patented pipe and nut wrench mark faint a few spots of pitting. Plus a FORGED STEEL PRODUCTS CO. Newport PA vacuum grip pliers with some toolbox dinging. Good ALV273, 481, 604, 616, 624 30 60 photo
6503-313 6503-313 XCEL multi-head wrenches. New old stock made by PARK METALWARE CO. out of Orchard Park NY. Has 5 interchangeable heads from three-eighths inch to five-eighths inch and wrench handle pristine in green tin case with nice red label. Some scratching to case but overall nice. Good plus ALV326 30 60 photo
6503-314 6503-314 Lot of three bicycle wrenches. LAMSON and SESSIONS steel wrench with wooden handle J.C. SPIERS marked Patent Pending and an unmarked one with unusual center nut. Unmarked one has pitting other two in very nice conditon. Good and better DEN27 75 150 photo
6503-315 6503-315 TOWER and LYON hammer wrench. Combination hammer nut and pipe wrench patented in 1866. Marked Boardmans Patent harder to find smaller size that is 4 and a half inch long with jaws closed has 95 percent of its nickel plating with a couple small scuffs but nothing major a few light dings on hammer face. Good plus ALV152 50 100 photo
6503-316 *6503-316 Lot of four center nut wrenches. A 4 and a half inch coach wrench marked GANZSTAHL a 4 and a quarter inch KING DICK bicycle wrench and two BILLINGS and SPENCER bicycle wrenches a 5 inch Pierce and 4 and a quarter inch one. All have light dinging and spots of surface rust but overall good. Good ALV162, 163, 165, 286 20 40 photo
6503-317 6503-317 Lot of five reference books. The American Cabinetmakers Plow Plane by John. A. Moody signed copy no dustjacket. Wooden Planes in 19th Century America by Kenneth D. Roberts 1975 hardcover dust jacket tattered. Boxwood and Ivory by Philip. E. Stanley first printing badly tattered dustjacket but book is mostly fine noting some water damage in upper right corner of pages. Steel Square by Townsend hardcover and How to Run a Lathe paperback 41st edition. Good and better BFS155, 156, 158, 166, 168 100 200 photo
6503-318 6503-318 QUALITY IS CONTAGIOUS - JOHN ECONOMAKI and BRIDGE CITY TOOL WORKS. 36 Years Through The Lens of Joe Felzman. Signed limited collectors edition clothbound box set in practically mint condition beautiful glossy photos in hardcopy. Fine CEB 60 120 photo
6503-319 6503-319 Lot of eight woodworking books. Topics include Faceplate Turning Advanced Woodworking the Cooper and his Trade Cabinetmaking Coachmakers Illustrated Handbook reprint 970 Mechanical Appliances and 1800 Mechanical Movements reprints and the Woodwrights Companion. All gently used or like new paperbacks. Good and better BCN 276 30 60 photo
6503-320 6503-320 GILLE HARDWARE AND IRON COMPANY 1898 catalog. Kansas City MO. Original catalog. Binding coming apart so pages loose yellowed and edges tattered but appears to be all there. Cover worn has gilded H. M. EVANS on front center and is in plastic protective sleeve. According to an 1891 Supreme Court case H. M. Evans was a stockholder in Gille Hardware and Iron Company making this truly a rare book. Good- DCR323 75 150 photo
6503-321 6503-321 Lot of eight wood project books. Topics include woodturning Making Wooden Locks The New Yankee Workshop Making Wooden Mechanical Models Turning Boxes Shaker Woodenware Plywood Projects and Making Small Wooden Boxes. Various authors all paperback in gently used or like new condition. Good and better Bcn272 25 50 photo
6503-322 6503-322 Dealers lot of STANLEY block planes. A No. 9 and a half Excelsior Type 8 with broken lever cap Bailey patent mark on blade. Two No. 18s one with nearly all of its nickel plating on lever cap. A nice No. 60 Type 3 A No. 120 Type 9 with most of its japanning a No. 65 Type 2 with 70 percent japanning a No. 65 and a half with most of its japanning. And a No. 19 looks like Type 2 some surface rust and needs a good cleaning. 8 total no returns. Various BHR87, 118, 286 100 200 photo
6503-323 6503-323 Dealers lot of dividers and calipers. 11 total makers include STARRETT CLEAN CUT BROWN and SHARPE PECK STOW and WILCOX LUFKIN. Many have some surface rust but generally in good condition. Plus a pair of tweezers that have center locking mechanism. As is no returns. Good BKF103 50 100 photo
6503-324 6503-324 Dealers lot of drill bits. At least 50 or more bits from one eighths inch to 1 inch many common makers but may be a gem or two in there not sure. All types of bits. In 11 inch x 6 inch x 6 inch tin drawer with wood front and knob. Some have surface rust but a lot are clean. As is no returns. Various CDE2667 30 60 photo
6503-325 6503-325 Lot of eight Auburn NY makers hollows and rounds. A hollow and round each ins sizes three-quarters inch. One inch. One and a quarter inch. One and three quarters inch. Two stamped CASEY and CO. one CASEY KITCHEL and CO. -1 star- five are AUBURN TOOL CO. including a 2 star mark. Only one pair has matching stamps. Some wear and staining on a few checks in a couple overall in decent shape. Good MMY82 40 80 photo
6503-326 6503-326 Dealers lot of hammers. 12 total. Mostly tack hammers including a DUNLAP with partial label on white handle a ball peen a cobblers and one marked LIXIE with red painted head -and soot that needs to be cleaned off-. Makers include WATERSONS with a FAIRMOUNT handle and a FAIRMOUNT with a WATERSONS handle that must have been switched at some point in time SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE CYCLONE FORGE -Australia-. And a brass head mallet with knurled solid metal handle. Handles generally good one or two have a chip and staining. As is no returns. Good NWVarious 40 80 photo
6503-327 6503-327 Dealers lot of 8 ratchet braces. Five STANLEY including a Handyman H1253 with decal on grip a No. 921 a Victor No. 945 a 965N and a No. 923 100 Plus with partial decal on head. A MILLERS FALLS with no number only Made in USA underneath maker stamp. A BELL SYSTEM with plastic head and grip. And a TRUE VALUE. All with 10 inch sweeps. Most pretty clean with a couple having spots of surface rust or tarnish. Good and better MHTVarious 75 150 photo