The 6504 Auction ended Sunday, June 19th, 2016.

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6504-001 6504-001 Cast iron side rabbet. User made- unusual design with 1 and a quarter inch cutter that extends across half of sole. Heavy cast iron body with beech tote -open slot on side to insert cutter- which is bedded at a very steep angle and marked -1858 Cherry Works. Well made and different. Good CEB1 100 200 photo
6504-002 6504-002 Level with bone inlay. A 30 inches unbound level on which the sights have been replaced with bone- and bone inlays have been added to both sides and the top rail. Wood has a couple of major chips and the level vial is broken. Good PLH327 75 150 photo
6504-003 6504-003 HELB Patent Grade and Level Finder. Patented and manufactured in Railroad PA often mistaken for a railroad tool this was one of the more successful gravity inclinometers judging by the number that have survived. This is the variation with the porthole vial- and has been cleaned but not obnoxiously. Good dial all original. A nice example of a level that if not truly rare is a wonderful gizmo. Good DJS142 175 350 photo
6504-004 6504-004 TOWER and LYON level with Wood patent pop-up sights. 24 inches light colored wood. Has been cleaned and probably lightly sanded mark on vial plate is weak but legible. Both sets of popup sights work. Good DJS144 90 180 photo
6504-005 6504-005 STRATTON BROS. No. 10 Machinists Level. 18 inches long and absolutely immaculate. The long versions of Strattons iconic brass-bound rosewood levels are much less common than the shorter versions and this one is simply gorgeous with crystal clear stamp and no damage to wood or binding. Fine DJS157 200 400 photo
6504-006 6504-006 STRATTON BROS. No. 10 machinists level. The long versions of Strattons iconic brass-bound rosewood levels are much less common than the shorter versions and the 16 inch model is the rarest. Very clean with corners only slightly bumped. Good plus DJS155 150 300 photo
6504-007 6504-007 STRATTON BROS. No. 10 machinists level. 12 inch the longest version with the distinctive end-mounted plumb vial. Early version with one patent date. Rosewood with brass binding very clean. Good plus DJS158 125 250 photo
6504-008 6504-008 Sighting level. These levels with an internal mirror so they can be sighted from above show up occasionally and sometimes have partial paper label but the maker has never been clearly identified. This is the 12 inch version and has probably been sanded- there is no trace of a label. Good plus DJS153 50 100 photo
6504-009 6504-009 Lot of two British levels. A 10 inch MARPLES boxwood with full bass top plate and brass feet some mild staining but good green bubble and an unmarked Scottish-style rosewood with elaborate brass trim one chip next to top vial cover. Good plus CDE2359 60 120 photo
6504-010 6504-010 Lot of two English levels. A J. RABONE and SONS- rosewood with uncommon sliding vial protector. The other is unsigned but looks like a PRESTON and SONS- ebony with thick top plate. Both are 8 inches with rounded ends full top plates and brass feet. The Preston is immaculate- the Rabone has some wear but no major damage. Good plus and better DJS251 258 120 200 photo
6504-011 6504-011 STANLEY No. 5-one quarter junior jack plane. Type 12 first sweetheart. Super clean near mint. Fine DKN93 50 100 photo
6504-012 6504-012 STANLEY No. 605C Bed Rock jack plane. Looks like a Type 4 with 4C mark on blade Bed Rock lever cap but has B casting mark in bed. Tote has small chips and small crack at base- knob has toolbox dings. Some surface rust on body japanning may be repainted. Good DOR161 100 200 photo
6504-013 6504-013 STANLEY No. 105 Liberty Bell plane. Type 1- patent date on cheek mostly polished out. Original cutter and cap iron- cap iron pitted- mark partially obliterated by user stamp. Tote very skillfully reglued and refinished bed probably repainted. Good DJS32 100 200 photo
6504-014 6504-014 STANLEY No. 104 Liberty Bell plane. Type 3 with T mark on cutter- cutter and cap iron both spalled and pitted- light pitting on cheeks- tote very skillfully reglued. Good DJS39 50 100 photo
6504-015 6504-015 STANLEY No. 4 prelateral bench plane. Type 4 with -P- mark on cutter- tote needs to be reglued and chip from tip- japanning 60 percent. Good- BHR297 120 200 photo
6504-016 6504-016 STANLEY No. 2 bench plane. Second sweetheart on cutter -orange mark on lever cap - tall front knob. Slight pitting to sole -wood immaculate. Red lettering on toe. Good plus DJS98 150 250 photo
6504-017 6504-017 STANLEY No. 4 prelateral bench plane. Type 2 with solid adjusting nut and Bailey patent on original cutter. Chip out of end of tote. Good BHR341 150 250 photo
6504-018 6504-018 STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Type 13 but with unmarked lever cap and J mark on cutter. Small chip from tote and lever cap lever. Good CGD243 40 70 photo
6504-019 6504-019 STANLEY No. 171 door router. Part of Stanleys mission to provide a specialized plane for every task. The 171 was designed to cut mortise pockets for door hinges and locks. This one is in decent shape with one reglued tote- one of the three original cutters- japanning about 65 percent. Good JRI309 100 200 photo
6504-020 6504-020 STANLEY No. 5CÊjack plane. Late model with orange rectangle on lever cap and notched rectangle on cutter. Wear but no damage good user. Good plus KMA5 50 100 photo
6504-021 6504-021 Lot of two STANLEY No. 3 bench planes. A Type 13 -smooth sole- with third sweetheart on cutter and 80 percent decal on tote and a Type 11 3C corrugated with vee mark. Both have normal surface discoloration to metal but no rust pitting or damage -japanning near complete good totes and knobs. Two nice clean examples. Good plus THF373 377 110 220 photo
6504-022 6504-022 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Missing fence but has both nickers and depth stop. Sweetheart on cap screw. Japanning mostly worn off. Good- GFR239 80 160 photo
6504-023 6504-023 STANLEY No. 48 swing-fence match plane. Later nickel-plated version some loss of nickel both cutters replacements. Good HMS2 40 80 photo
6504-024 6504-024 Lot of two STANLEY No. 3 bench planes. A corrugated Type 11 3C and a smooth sole Type 12 both with vee marks metal and wood both super clean and undamaged. Good plus THF371 375 120 240 photo
6504-025 6504-025 RECORD No. 043 miniature plow plane IOB. Only 5 and a half inches long and described by Chris Schwarz as the -entry level drug- for plow planes ideal for cutting grooves for drawers. Includes all three original cutters in original packaging and instruction sheet box is tattered but intact. Fine MDY102 60 120 photo
6504-026 6504-026 Lot of one STANLEY block plane and two boxes. The plane is a No. 203- very clean and usable with third sweetheart. The boxes are a Type 7 for a No. 118 and a Type 10 for a 60-and a half -both very clean with all edges intact. Good plus THF379 389 390 40 60 photo
6504-027 6504-027 Lot of two STANLEY block planes IOB. A No. 9and a half and No. 220 -both modern types in original brown cardboard boxes- made in USA. Both look unused with nearly pristine japanning and a few surface rust spots. No. 220 box has end flaps torn. Good plus LKY50 51 50 100 photo
6504-028 6504-028 Lot of three block planes. STANLEY No. 110 Type 4 with six pointed star and J mark on cutter- SIEGLEY SBS double-ended plane equivalent to a Stanley 130 and an unmarked nonadjustable type with slip-in lever cap. Surface rust and wear but no damage. Good PWY7 75 125 photo
6504-029 6504-029 Lot of two block planes. A SARGENT No. 106 with the -gull wing- nut securing the lever cap most japanning gone and a STANLEY No. 102 -Type 2 with semi-circular mark on cutter -50 percent japanning -hole in front finger rest. Good CGD230 242 50 80 photo
6504-030 6504-030 Lot of two block planes. A FULTON double-ended block and bullnose equivalent to a Stanley No. 130 loose knob. And an unmarked squirrel-tail type -5 inches long-lever cap has some excess from the mold. Good BSR553 559 50 90 photo
6504-031 6504-031 METALLIC PLANE CO. patented block plane. The plane shown in plate 212 of PTAMPIA I with -Excelsior Cutter Patented Metallic Plane Co. stamped into cutter and -Patented stamped in sole. Unfortunately the lever cap has broken off at the line of the clamping screw - still works but you would need a lever cap for it to be compete. Still a very rare plane. Good- BHR85 60 120 photo
6504-032 6504-032 METALLIC PLANE CO. block plane. The plane shown in plate 212 of PTAMPIA I. Like most examples the end of the delicate lever cap has broken off. A rare plane that needs a replacement lever cap. Fair BHR65 50 100 photo
6504-033 6504-033 Mystery tailed block plane. The size adjustable throat and tail assembly are right for a Stanley 9-and three quarters inches -and it has a Bailey 1867 patent cutter -but the knob is sold cast iron -the lever cap is solid with no locking mechnism -you have to tighten the screw and the knob is laminated. Plus the profile is a little off with a dip near the tail. User made or a patent I do not recognize. Either way well made. Good plus DJS92 100 200 photo
6504-034 6504-034 STANLEY No. 46 combination dado plane. Type 11 appears to have been lacquered- one cutter- one depth stop. Good DST15 60 120 photo
6504-035 6504-035 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane with cutter sets. As far as I can tell it is complete except for the short rods CC mark on skate has about 50 percent nickel plating a little wear to wood parts could use a light cleaning. Has cutter sets 1-4 in original wood boxes - no lids. It looks all there but need to be sorted into their correct boxes labels mostly intact except for set 4. Comes with Kenneth Roberts 1982 Stanley combination plane booklet and reprint booklet of the Stanley combination plane instruction sheets. Good plus KMH1 125 250 photo
6504-036 6504-036 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 41 plane. Type 9 with nickel plating mostly worn off no filletster bed cutter or slitter. Good JRI157 100 180 photo
6504-037 6504-037 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 43 plane. Tote has the long top horn of a Type 4 but the body has the slitter -rear depth stop missing. If you look close the top horn has been replaced but they did a very nice job. Otherwise very clean example of a Type 6. The initial -H carved in relief in tote. Good JRI10 150 250 photo
6504-038 6504-038 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 41 plane. Body is Type 5 but there is a mix of screws - the wraparound fence- cutter lock and depth stop have two-piece beaded screws but the outer fence has solid screws with screwdriver slots. Metal and wood very good. Good JRI7 275 450 photo
6504-039 6504-039 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 41 combination plane. Type 4 missing its filletser bed and fence- depth stop- and fence locking screws. Fence cracked on one side. But rest of what is there is in nice shape. Good BHR44 100 180 photo
6504-040 6504-040 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 101 screw-arm plow. Beech body and fence boxed with boxwood arms and nuts. Very clean with only minor chipping to threads and on one inside nut original OTC cutter. Good plus DJS41 200 300 photo
6504-041 6504-041 OHIO TOOL CO. screw-arm plow. Nice clean example of OTCs basic beech plow- some light dinging and a few tight checks- threads and nuts very good- missing side locking screw for depth stop- some wear to wedge- original OTC cutter- light stamp. Good plus JRI90 100 175 photo
6504-042 6504-042 BENSEN and CRANNELL screw-arm plow plane. Beech body and fence good- good boxwood arms and nuts noting one tight check in the rear arm shoulder- missing depth stop locking screw- Moulson Bros. No. 2 cutter- slightly spalled. Good JRI44 100 175 photo
6504-043 6504-043 D. MOSELEY and SONS moving fillestster plane. Has the rare -cupids bow boxed- all wedges look original- chip from bottom of fence- cutter wedge has damage. Dirty but would clean up well. Good WOL521 100 200 photo
6504-044 6504-044 KIMBERLY patent three-arm plow plane. Unhandled version of the only British three-arm adjustable plow- beech- patent number and Kimberly and Sons mark on toe -faint missing the wingnut. Good GAN18 100 200 photo
6504-045 6504-045 HIELDS sliding filletster plane. Wedge-locked arms with brass tips- nicker held by boxwood wedge- brass depth stop. Double dovetail boxing. Skewed Ibbotson cutter. A very nice example. Good plus DJS78 120 240 photo
6504-046 6504-046 Handled French molding plane. Quirked bead and dropped astragal 1- and quarter inch wide. Marked -T. Garnier and the wood looks like cormier Peugeot cutter. 10-and a half inch sole is boxed at toe and heel with lignum. Unusual skewed throat. Tote pinned from both sides. A very unusual and well made plane. Fine ACS19 60 100 photo
6504-047 6504-047 Double razee jointer. Has a good Auburn Tool Co. cutter and they may have made the plane although the only mark on the toe is a-12. 16 inches long strike button. Fine DTN360. 60 120 photo
6504-048 6504-048 GRIFFITH OF NORWICH moving filletster. Double dovetail boxing and brass depth stop. Chamfered edges. Waxed. Fine PLH421 125 250 photo
6504-049 6504-049 Solid ebony chamfer plane. Unsigned but probably English with a Mathieson cutter. Adjustable fence to set the width of the chamfer. 7- and a half inches long. A couple of minor checks. Fine PLH330 90 180 photo
6504-050 6504-050 Compass sole coffin plane. Marked -S. Stone -a New Hampshire wheelwright whose mark is unrated in AWP. Uncommon brass sole insert. Super clean- intact strike button in heel- probably repolished. W. Greaves cutter. Fine DJS15 60 120 photo
6504-051 6504-051 Unfinished rosewood plow plane body. Nice piece of wood- tote is finished but body still rough cut. Use it as a push block or a paperweight- or finish it yourself. Good MDY90 40 80 photo
6504-052 *6504-052 AUBURN TOOL CO. skew rabbet. Offset tote -16 inch sole -1 and three eights inch wide- with two original nickers. Slight damage to wedge otherwise near mint. Fine DST161 30 60 photo
6504-053 6504-053 Three star maker fenced scotia plane. Made by EBENEEZER BERRY of Beverly MA -good clear B mark. 16 inches long- tote looks like maple. 2 inches wide -fence attached by screws. A couple of checks. Fine DTN356 80 160 photo
6504-054 6504-054 Pair of LR CROWN TOOL CO. panel raisers. Tiger maple bodies skewed right and left blades cut 1 and a half inch profile. Planes marked -L.R. with crown stamp on one and flying bird on other. Blades have surface rust otherwise nice examples from this modern Bath ME maker. Good plus KMH4 100 200 photo
6504-055 6504-055 S. ROWELL set of plank match planes. Cuts a half inch tongue and groove -13 and half inch sole. Very good condition for age some inactive worm. Rowell worked in Troy NY from 1828-1832 this is his B mark. Good DST163 40 80 photo
6504-056 6504-056 Lot of two wooden planes. Both unsigned and user made. A 17 and a half inch grooving plane with leather lined fence- integral grip built into body- and pull rope holes. And a double shoulder rabbet- 13 and a half inch- wedge badly worn- a half circle cutout in the body behind the toe. Good DTN289 354 80 150 photo
6504-057 6504-057 Door plane. Unusual form used to cut door stiles. Whelan Fig. 737 left. 15 and a half inches long- two cutters- tote has been reglued. Pull rope hole. Good DTN267 75 150 photo
6504-058 6504-058 J. R. TOLMAN long shipbuilders rabbet plane. 24 inch sole -1 inch square cutter- double escapement. Has two cutters mounted face to face so one serves as a cap iron which I have only seen in shipbuilders rabbets. B mark. Good plus DTN413 75 150 photo
6504-059 *6504-059 MILLERS FALLS No. 106 carving tools set. Clean and virtually unused in original see-through plastic case. Case dirty with some tape residue on backside- tools clean. Good plus SGN14 25 50 photo
6504-060 6504-060 Lot of eight chisels. Various makers including BUCK BROS -CHARLES BUCK -KEEN KUTTER -CRAFTSMAN -W BUTCHER-JAMES CAM some unmarked. Bevel and straight styles socket and tang. 1 and three quarters inch to 1 inch wide edges. Handles and collars in varying conditions. One Buck Bros has chips in edge -some have surface rust -most have clean edges. Good- and better SSA163C 75 150 photo
6504-061 6504-061 Lot of four T. H. WITHERBY socket chisels. A mortise chisel with a half inch edge and three straight edge chisels with nine sixteenths inch- 1 inch and 2 inch edges. Some spots of surface discoloration and light rust but edges sharp. Handle on 2 inch has a few dings- others are good. 1 inch handle made of lighter wood. Good SSA163B 50 100 photo
6504-062 6504-062 Lot of three WINCHESTER bevel-edge chisels. 1 and three eights inches-one half inch- and three eights inches. The half inch is clean with a good handle -other two have surface rust and worn handles with one crack -three eights inch has some pitting. Nothing that a good cleaning and a couple of new handles would not cure. Good- and better PWY11 40 80 photo
6504-063 6504-063 Lot of two narrow pigsticker chisels. Both one eights of an inch. A WITHERBY with socket handle -12 inches. And a JAMES SWAN with tang handle and striking end -9 and three quarters inches. Both sharp and clean with undamaged hickory handles. Good plus DJS631 75 125 photo
6504-064 6504-064 Lot of two decorative tools. A beautifully shaped turnscrew with handle made of layers of horn in different colors 12 inches long. And a combination hammer and core sampler of some kind possibly a cheese tester. Good plus PLH271 318 75 150 photo
6504-065 6504-065 Lot of six PEXTO bevel edge socket chisels. 2 inches to three eights of an inch blades- blades clean and look never used. Two handles have fading or wear on lacquer but rest are good. Good plus NHN251 100 200 photo
6504-066 6504-066 Lot of STANLEY Everlasting bevel edge chisels. Six No. 40s from one eights of an inch to 1 and a half inches- plus a three quarter of an inch No. 20. Some have sweetheart marks. Well used but also well cared for good blades and solid handles. Good plus NHN89 140 280 photo
6504-067 6504-067 Slick. 3 inch edge- 28 inch long including handle. Partial mark looks like PECK- STOW and WILCOX. Blade has some spots of light rust and needs sharpening- handle has wear and staining- a large splotch of white paint- some leather grip and tape on handle end. Good MRA9 40 80 photo
6504-068 6504-068 Slick. 3 inch curved blade stamped -Higgins. Nearly 27 inches long in total nicely turned handle has some stains and light wear. Blade has spots of pitting and dings. Good GAN217 40 80 photo
6504-069 6504-069 Lot of two clapboard tools. One with about 50 percent of red japanning and partial black label that looks like it says -Champion at the bottom but can not make out the manufacturer. Blade is nearly 4 and a half inches across and 27 inches long. And smaller one marked D. SIMMONS- blade a little over 4 inches wide and 23 and a half inches long. Both have D handle with wooden grip and spots of surface rust but are overall nice. Good GAN233 234 60 120 photo
6504-070 6504-070 Farriers buttress. Smith made 20 inches long with hand-carved handle with a couple of cracks. Well made primitive tool. Good CGD270 40 80 photo
6504-071 6504-071 Lot of three edge tools. Two 2 inches wide slicks both show heavy use or grinding on surface and dings- both unmarked. One is 14 inches long total- other 20 inches. Longer one has large chip out of top surface near edge. Plus a 1-and a half inch BUCK BROTHERS chisel some pitting but edge sharp handle has wear. Good- and better HMS10 40 80 photo
6504-072 6504-072 D.R. BARTON drawknife. 10 inch blade a little surface rust but no damage to wicked sharp blade solid handles. Good plus NHN190 30 60 photo
6504-073 6504-073 Smith made drawknife. Extra large with 14 inch blade- 2 and a quarter inch wide- 23 inches overall hickory tang handles. Tang has broken off at the end of one but its still solid. Good plus CDE2016 35 70 photo
6504-074 6504-074 Lot of two drawknives. A 10 inch D. R. BARTON and an 8 inch model with a mark that consists of an -E in a diamond. Blades have been cleaned and have some minor surface pitting that does not affect the edges -solid original handles. Good plus CDE2014 2113 40 80 photo
6504-075 6504-075 Lot of two drawknives. A WITHERBY with 10 inch edge -mark faint -handles have stains and light wear but good. Blade has some pitting and mild surface rust- sharp edge. And an unmarked one 6 inch edge rust on metal -wood worn -edge good. Good SSA213 214 30 60 photo
6504-076 6504-076 Lot of two small drawknives. One is marked only -Cast Steel- 4 and a half inch wide- the other is unsigned and probably smith made- 6 and a half inches. Both have some surface rust but undamaged sharp blades and good handles. Good plus CDE2108 2110 40 70 photo
6504-077 6504-077 A J. WILKINSON folding handle drawknife. 8 inch blade- light surface rust- some chipping to one handle. Good PWY8 30 60 photo
6504-078 *6504-078 Small drawknife. 5 inch blade -unmarked -a couple of miniscule chips that can be sharpened out. Nice turned wood handles with a few stains. Good PNG26 20 40 photo
6504-079 6504-079 Lot of two chairmakers braces. One with a fixed spoon bit and 8 inch sweep and one with clothespin bit and 10 inch sweep. Both well made and undamaged. Good plus HAN529 536 65 130 photo
6504-080 6504-080 CHAIRMAKERS BRACE. Super clean unmarked brace -spoon bit -large head. 8 and a half inch sweep. Fine DJS628 50 100 photo
6504-081 6504-081 Lot of two primitive braces. Both hand carved with single bit - one spoon -one screwdriver. Larger one has a nice ball shaped handle that is a little stiff but turns. Nicely made. Good HAN524 548 50 100 photo
6504-082 6504-082 Lot of two pod braces. Both have Scandinavian shapes -pod with spoon bit held by metal spring -good heads -one boxwood -one with boxwood button. Good HAN540 545 50 100 photo
6504-083 6504-083 SCHOFIELD patented brace. Sheffield style plated brace with George Schofields 1848 patent for the spring-operated chuck. Marked -Reg. April 20 1848 No. 1420 on the chuck lever. Crack in rosewood head -one screw missing from plating on reverse side. A very uncommon brace. Good HAN576 90 180 photo
6504-084 6504-084 ROBERT MARPLES improved octagon plated Sheffield brace. Robert Marples -aka the other Marples- was granted in 1857 this registered design patent for an -Improved Double-Bound Carpenters Brace with Octagon Compound Lever Pad to compete with William Marples patented ultimatum design. These are far more rare than the ultimatum designs Robert produced when Williams patents expire see Reg Eatons The Ultimate Brace. Beech and both wood and brass have gotten dinged over the years. Head has bone ring and good Hermitage Works medallion. No major damage. Good plus BJL103 300 600 photo
6504-085 *6504-085 Sheffield brace. Unplated beech ebony head with brass medallion -pushbutton chuck marked -W. Palser Junr. Wood worn but not damaged. Good ACS13 30 60 photo
6504-086 6504-086 Lot of three primitive bow drills. Each with a fixed cast iron bit one end ground down and hand carved knobs. Each about 12 inches long with turned grooves for the bow. Plus a five sixteenth of an inch gimlet. Good DTN457 60 120 photo
6504-087 6504-087 Lot of three thumbscrew locking braces. A No. 30 by HARRY S. BARTHOLOMEW of Bristol CT early brace manufacturer who invented the method of sliding the turned grip onto the stock before bending it- 8 inch sweep. Plus two unmarked examples- one with an unusual brass chuck. Pewter ring holding the handle ferule on one has come loose- otherwise good. Good and better CDE338 647 659 50 80 photo
6504-088 6504-088 Gents ball handle brace. Unusually nice example of the type with good walnut head and intact grip- 7 inch sweep. Good plus CDE656 30 60 photo
6504-089 6504-089 Lot of three L.L. DAVIS braces. Two ratcheting braces marked with Bolens patent on the ratchet knob -one early type with fluted brass collar and one with later checked type. Plus an uncommon non-ratcheting version. All with Davis distinctive gutta percha grip. Good and better CDE344 345 352 60 120 photo
6504-090 6504-090 H. BOKER ball brace. Manufactured by Hermann Boker of Germany and sometimes known as -gentlemans braces. This one is unusual in that it has a pushbutton spring chuck instead of the more common thumbscrew. Missing the round wooden grip that gave them their name -but what is left is in very fine condition. Good - CDE433 40 80 photo
6504-091 6504-091 KEEN KUTTER KK16 ratcheting brace. Almost certainly made by Peck Stowe and Wilcox for KK -with Obed Pecks patent chuck but a later enclosed ratchet. Unusually deep 16 inch sweep. Super clean with a beautiful cocobolo head -works smoothly. Has the KK mark on the chuck -partially worn but legible and model number on the body. A quality brace. Good plus CDE347 60 120 photo
6504-092 6504-092 ARMSTRONG patent brace. Patented 10-28-84 and manufactured by Arthur Armstrong of Plainville CT with its unique lever-actuated chuck. Rated A in Pearson -a very rare brace in impeccable condition. Good plus CDE355 150 250 photo
6504-093 6504-093 KEUFFEL and ESSER drafting kit in leatherbound wooden travel case. 13 and a half inches x 6 inches x 2 inches wooden case with leather covering -fancy latches -leather strapped handle with KandE stamp. Inside is divided into two sections containing pencils -a CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 65 and a half inch four-fold -one-foot rule -a KandE triangular rule with built-in shelf to hold it -some KandE wooden drafting stencils and a K and E paragon drafting kit in blue velvet lined case with all tools intact but some have spots of rust and a K and E wiping cloth for paragon drawing instruments. Most items marked with name F.M. Maichle -who marked the outside of the case twice as well and year 1920 and -Beta Sigma on triangular rule. Leather has cracked and come apart from wood in some spots from age. Good MHT14 60 120 photo
6504-094 6504-094 ALVIN engine-divided set of draftsmans rules. Five 13 inch rules -Nos. 250 -253- 255 -258A and 280A and one one 6 and three quarters inches -No. 266. Boxwood with celluloid strips one needs regluing. All by Alvin and Co. of West German marked -US Std. In a nicely made felt lined dovetailed box. Fine MDY104 50 100 photo
6504-095 6504-095 GRAMERCY IMPORT CO. draftsmans kit. Complete and in absolutely immaculate condition with nine sets of compasses -dividers etc. one with ebony handle spare pencil leads and additional points in an bone box. In its original wooden box with -2400 plate. Made in Germany and probably dates to 1950s or 60s. Users name written on bottom in magic marker. Mint MDY89 75 150 photo
6504-096 6504-096 STANLEY No. 92 bone rule. Four-fold -one foot -narrow -unbound. Moderate yellow staining throughout -looks like exterior was never ruled. Good pins -tight joints. Good plus BHR103A 125 250 photo
6504-097 6504-097 Lot of three bone rules. 6 inch unbound straight-edge sector rule -unmarked -scales on both sides. A small chip in bottom edge and some wear otherwise good. And unbound two straight-edges marked -France -a little over 6 inches long and nearly one half inch tall -one yellowed and numbers worn and other dirty and faded. Good SGN543 50 100 photo
6504-098 6504-098 Lot of two bone caliper rules. An unmarked one-foot four-fold -german silver bound -with outside numbering completely worn off -if it had it at all and inside markings clear. Crack near one inside hinge body yellowed and some staining. And a STANLEY No. 38 one-fold -6 inch caliper rule -silver has a couple of chips -front stamps faded and user initials carved into it -a few numbers faded on reverse -crack near one pin -yellowed. Good- SGN544 75 150 photo
6504-099 6504-099 Lot of two bone caliper rules. One marked No. 95 and a half -one-fold -6 inch - may be STEPHENS & CO. Some chips from bone and silver -yellowing -numbering decent and pin good. And a JAMES GARGORY 3 inch long with stamp faded -brass-bound -bone and numbering faded and a few spots yellowed -chip out of bone near end. Brass dinged and a few spots of tarnish. Good- SGN545 100 200 photo
6504-100 6504-100 Sliding shoe rule. Unsigned but marked 1827 -folding stem -sliding wooden jaws carved to look like shoe soles -with locking brass plate. Good plus MDY69 100 160 photo
6504-101 6504-101 Lot of four RABONE boxwood rules. A No. 1167 three-foot -four-fold with light wear but numbers still bright -good pins. A No. 1360 three-foot four-fold with moderate wear and a few stains -two pins missing. A No. 1380 two-foot -four fold with pins missing -light wear and a few spots of tarnish on brass. And a two-foot -four-fold marked both J. Rabone and Sons Makers and J.B. Hunter Company Boston Mass. ruled in inches but also marked in red numbers every three quarters of an inch. Rule shows very little use beyond a small scratch on outside face and some damage near one pin. Good and better VTD 233 50 100 photo
6504-102 *6504-102 Lot of four STANLEY boxwood rules. Three four-fold -two-foot including a No. 62 brassbound with sweetheart mark -one pin missing otherwise pretty clean with only mild wear. A No. 73 rule -missing 2 pins -a few worn chips -brass good. A No. 84 brassbound missing 2 pins -slightly sprung -wood good noting a couple of scratches. And a No. 32-one half -one-foot -four-fold caliper rule some staining -tarnish and one scratch on brass. Good VTD127 137 154 203 30 60 photo
6504-103 6504-103 Lot of two WINCHESTER rules. A No. W62 brassbound two-foot -four-fold slightly sprung and missing one pin -light scratching and wear. And a No. 9568 -two-foot -four-fold -sprung and hinges stiff -has all pins -major staining on one side. Good- and better VTD236 40 80 photo
6504-104 6504-104 Lot of four CHAPIN-STEPHENS boxwood rules. All two-foot -four-fold. A No. 60 brassbound with double brass arches -pins missing -some wear but nice. A No. 63 with one pin remaining -mild wear. A No. 58-half an inch with single brass arch and nicely beveled inside edges -one pin remaining and some light wear and tarnish. And a brassbound No. 49 marked only Stephens and Co. outside dirty -one pin missing -a crack near inside arch -user initials on brass. The Stephens and Co. name was changed in 1901 to Chapin-Stephens and the Stephens and Co. rules are more scarce. Good VTD230 100 200 photo
6504-105 6504-105 STANLEY No. 42 shipsmith bevel. 12 Inch -clearly marked No. 42 on both sides but not marked Stanley. Two brass bevel blades in pretty clean condition -boxwood has some spots of staining and light wear. Somewhat uncommon. Good VTD187 60 120 photo
6504-106 6504-106 STANLEY No. 32 caliper rule. English version with metric scales -light wear and tarnish to brass. Missing one pin. Good SGN542 40 80 photo
6504-107 6504-107 STANLEY No. 64 boxwood rule. One-foot -four-fold in crisp condition. Only flaw is one missing pin and one light scratch on inside face. Scarce rule. Good plus VTD212 60 120 photo
6504-108 6504-108 Lot of two boxwood scale rules. Both unmarked -one bright and crisp with a little bit of ink on top edge -the other has some fading and light wear from age but still nice. Good plus VTD110 111 30 60 photo
6504-109 6504-109 STANLEY No. 24 combination square and bevel. The least common 12 inch size with rosewood handle. Unmarked but has Sept. stamped in handle so originally marked with Trauts 9-4-77 patent. Refinished but well done. Good VTO79 60 100 photo
6504-110 6504-110 Lot of two S.A. JONES sliding bevels. Steel blades and rosewood and brass handles with wingnut locking screws -one 14 inches x 10 inches and one 12 inches x 8 and a half inches. Solomon Jones of Hartford is better known for his marking gauges -bevels by him -particularly in this size -are not common. Mild dinging and surface corrosion to brass. Good VTO27 35 110 200 photo
6504-111 6504-111 Lot of two TIDGEWELL and CO. sliding bevels . Steel blades and rosewood and brass handles with thumbscrew locks -one 14 inch x 8 and a half inches and one 6 inch x 4 and a quarter inches. Tidgewell worked in Middletown CT -around 1850 and the mark is not common -these are super clean with nice clear marks. Good plus VTO28 78 100 180 photo
6504-112 *6504-112 Lot of measuring tools. Two rosewood handled bevels -with 10 inch and 12 inch blades -STANLEY No. 62 boxwood rule -dirty but intact and STANLEY No. 163 string level in original plastic vial -lid loose. Mixed CGD290 304 305 316 30 60 photo
6504-113 6504-113 Lot of three bevels. An 8 inch STANLEY No. 25 -blued blade clean -handle nice -lock lever is a little rusty. A WINCHESTER No. 9758 with 8 inch blade and nice rosewood handle -some tarnish to brass -a few spots of pitting. And an unmarked one with 8 inch blade and brass wingnut -blade slightly bent. Good- and better BKF175 40 80 photo
6504-114 6504-114 Lot of five bevels. Four STANLEY No. 25 two older with 3-16-97 patent dates on 8 inch and 10 inch blades. A 6 inch and 8 inch with notched rectangle marks on blades and Stanley stamped into handle. And an unmarked one with decorative shell thumbscrew 8 inch blade with some discoloration. Handles generally good but a couple have light wear -the 6 inch has the most wear. Good FNK465 468 469 477 478 40 80 photo
6504-115 6504-115 MARCHANT calculator. The Marchant company of Oakland CA was the one of the first makers of electro-mechanical calculators -which used the old pinwheel design of mechanical adders but were driven by an electric motor rather than a hand crank. This one appears to date from the 1950s -it is missing its electrical cord and is not functioning but if you like to take these things apart this one is for you. 15 inch square -9 inches tall and heavy. Good- BCN84 50 100 photo
6504-116 6504-116 ENTERPRISE MFG CO patented tobacco cutter. Cast iron -marked with the Philadelphia maker and patent dates 7-25-71 and 1-20-85. Rusty but still works -traces of japanning. Good BSR515 40 80 photo
6504-117 *6504-117 VENUS pencil holder with refill leads. Tin lithograph holder for No. 214 medium pencils -some dings but has 95 percent of its original paint and inside label complete. Has sliding box of half dozen pencil refill leads No. 842 -with 5 left inside it. Good plus SGN286 15 30 photo
6504-118 *6504-118 Chopper. 6 inch wide straight blade -7 inch tall with what looks like curved boxwood handle. Some spots of surface rust -marked Warranted Steel on blade but no maker. Good PNG23 25 50 photo
6504-119 6504-119 C. S OSBORNE leather skiving or trimming knife. Round edge -brass collar with nice rosewood handle. Blade very clean with a small chip out of one end. Stored in dark leather sheath. Good plus SGN462 40 80 photo
6504-120 *6504-120 Lot of two knives. A 1 inch straight edge made by PFEIL -some staining on handle but blade sharp. And a Japanese made 2 inch skew edge with protective wood holder with user initial on outside -some spots of rust -edge sharp. Good SSA163D 15 30 photo
6504-121 *6504-121 HELLER hoof knife. Bone or antler handle -2 and a half inch sharp blade with Heller stamp -light wear to handle but overall very nice. Good plus PNG29 30 60 photo
6504-122 6504-122 Oil can. Unusually nice brass can with 3 inch diameter body and 2- and a half inch spout with screw arm tip. Unmarked but looks manufactured. Solder around the joint -do not know if its original or an old repair. Good plus MDY81 60 120 photo
6504-123 *6504-123 NEO APPLIANCE CO. Flush-o-Matic Toilet Sanitizer salesman sample. At least thats what it looks like. Round enameled metal bowl with product information in gold lettering from this Philadelphia company. Toilet plunger and silver float hang from bottom and moved up and down by lever at top. Unique. Good plus PNG36 30 60 photo
6504-124 *6504-124 J.B. CROFOOT CO patented tacker strip stapler. Patented 4-27-17 and 3-11-24 and manufactured in Chicago -nickel plated body with patented rubber Velvocap push pad. Nickel plating nearly complete -push pad has some age cracking but generally good. Get yourself some strip staples and you are in business. Good plus SGN313 30 60 photo
6504-125 6504-125 Hand corn planter. Unmarked but looks identical to patented corn planter by Sylvester P. Babcock of Adrian MI patented 10-29-89. Metal seeding box with wooden handle. Handle moves up and down to engage the seeder. Metal has light surface rust and traces of japanning -handle has some dings and wear. Somewhat rare. Good BSR 50 100 photo
6504-126 *6504-126 German loom shuttle. Marked Gebruder Schmeing and 6-56 appears to correspond to Patent Number 3848644. Sides have lacquer worn or water spots -otherwise nice used condition. Good MRA41 20 40 photo
6504-127 *6504-127 Wooden bucket. Marked I COOLIDGE on bottom -12 inch tall and 10 inch wide opening two wooden hoops keep it together. One wood panel is longer and has hole for rope at top. Has age stains and wear. Good HAN577 20 40 photo
6504-128 6504-128 Northern Pacific Railroad torch lighter. Very large and used in a variety of manners on locomotives and mines. Tin oil canister with handle measures 16 inch long with brass shut off valve and 18 inch spout with cloth wick. Clean with only a few dings and rust spots. Empty and ready for your backyard bonfires. Good BSR1G 50 100 photo
6504-129 6504-129 Transcontinental Railroad sample. A 4 inch section of railroad track. Paper label says it was cut from the Central Pacific line over the Donner Pass that formed part of the first transcontinental railroad and was obtained from the Plumas County Museum. Good plus GFR203 80 160 photo
6504-130 6504-130 Chinese ink line. Well made with graceful shape -looks like original line tied to cast iron peg -ink reservoir with original batting. 7 inches long. Good MDY91 60 120 photo
6504-131 6504-131 GRAY BROS Patented corn sheller. Clamshell type hand sheller. Gray Bros Pat. 1870 Louisville KY is cast into the surface. There were several shellers patented in 1870 but this looks like Pfeifers 1-18-1870 patent. Metal is in near fine condition -one leather strap broken -may be replaced. Good plus DJS172 125 225 photo
6504-132 6504-132 Eel spear. 7 barbed tines -3 and a half inches long -on handwrought cast iron head with screw-tip end -presumably to screw it into a wooden rod for use. A few tips slightly bent -looks intentional. 9 inches long in total. Some rust but overall in good shape. Good HAN296 40 80 photo
6504-133 *6504-133 Lot of three ice hooks. Two unmarked with wooden handles -5 and a half inch hooks and tongs with square handle also unmarked but possibly made by the National Ice Co. and missing the identifying wooden handle with traces of japanning. Good DST644 656 30 60 photo
6504-134 6504-134 SARGENT No. 148 ripsaw. 23 inch skewback -5 tpi. Blade is clean -etch faint but readable -good applewood handle with wheatsheaf on one side. Sargent did not make their own saws and ones marked by them are not common. Good plus BFS193 60 120 photo
6504-135 6504-135 GEO. H. BISHOP patented backsaw. Patented in 1906 by Frederick Wuest but manufactured by Bishop after they relocated to Lawrenceburg IN and usually marked with the Lawrenceburg location. Blade is clamped by a bar that allows it to be slid up or down for variable cuts or reversed entirely to use teeth of a different pitch. Came in various lengths this is the 12 inch version -decent etch -handle has some paint splotches and wear but no chips. Good BFS82 35 65 photo
6504-136 6504-136 RICHARDSON BROS. backsaw. 14 inch -marked on back -blade has mild surface rust -good handle with wear but no damage. Richardson made saws in Newark from 1860 until they were bought by Disston in 1890. Good GAN212G 60 120 photo
6504-137 6504-137 Lot of two GEO. H. BISHOP patented backsaws. Patented in 1906 by Frederick Wuest but manufactured by Bishop after they relocated to Lawrenceburg IN and usually marked with the Lawrenceburg location. Blade is clamped by a bar that allows it to be slid up or down for variable cuts -or reversed entirely to use teeth of a different pitch. Came in various lengths -these are 12 inch and 14 inches in good condition -12 inch has niced clear etch -tight crack in 12 inch handle. Good GAN276G 80 140 photo
6504-138 6504-138 R. GROVES and SON steel back saw. Good 14 inch blade and clear stamp on back from this Sheffield manufacturer. Grove was in business 1824-1888 but the split nuts and larks-tongue handle mark it as early. One chip from side of handle. Good BFS234 30 60 photo
6504-139 6504-139 SIMONDS saw with blue enamel 2.50 medallion. A No. 62 skewback -26 inch 9 tpi crosscut. For a short time around 1900 Simonds manufactured saws with the price cast into the medallion with cobalt blue enamel which must have been awkward when they wanted to raise the price. Super clean blade and handle with good etch and immaculate wheatsheaf. Good plus BFS182 60 120 photo
6504-140 *6504-140 Bow saw. Unsigned but looks manufactured -17 inch blade -threaded rod stretcher with wingnuts -has 2 and 3 stamped on frame. Good plus DST641 25 50 photo
6504-141 6504-141 Lot of two handsaws by Boston makers. A Peerless by BandW CO. 22 inch -8 tpi crosscut -etch readable -some tight cracks in handle. And an ATKINSON SAW WORKS No. 7 -26 inch 8 tpi crosscut very clean with handmade blade guard. Good and better BFS206 208 60 120 photo
6504-142 *6504-142 Marvel aluminum No. 1018 hacksaw. ARMSTRONG-BLUM CORP. of Chicago was known primarily for power tools and this may have been designed for a power hacksaw but it can also be used by hand. Good PWY1 20 40 photo
6504-143 *6504-143 Lot of three steel backed dovetail saws. A 12 inch one -unmarked -with light rust and wear on handle -a 10 inch Japanese one with some discoloration and worn handle -and a 6 inch one by MARPLES -with some pitting and spots of rust -handle has staining -has wood blade guard. Good SGN254 25 50 photo
6504-144 *6504-144 Lot of two hacksaws. A DISSTON cast iron frame with horned wooden handle -10 inch blade missing handle worn and some spots or rust but overall nice. And an unmarked one with some rust and curved wooden handle -bottom half inch of handle may be missing on both sides -11 inch 3tpi blade. Good- DST612 633 20 40 photo
6504-145 6504-145 STANLEY No. 46 combination dado plane. Early type -floral body. The good -has detachable guard plate and thumbscrews. The bad -missing depth stop -handle -most of its japanning -and could use a really good cleaning. Has one cutter-chipped. Good- GRN20 40 80 photo
6504-146 6504-146 STANLEY No. 39-three fourth dado plane. Type 3 -light overall pitting that does not affect function. Good DST13 80 160 photo
6504-147 6504-147 STANLEY No. 191 rabbet plane. Third sweetheart. Super clean and crisp with depth stop and nickers. Fine DKN109 40 80 photo
6504-148 6504-148 Lot of two STANLEY No. 248 weatherstripping planes. Both generally clean and complete and look like they have been lacquered. Both have only an eighth inch cutter. One has cotter pins in the end of the arms. One has the name Stanley milled out of the body for some reason which Ive never seen. Good DST22 26 80 160 photo
6504-149 6504-149 STANLEY No. 289 skew and rabbet plane. Type 1 but with vee mark on cutter. Complete -some light surface corrosion -japanning 75 percent. Good BHR293 150 250 photo
6504-150 6504-150 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes. A No. 191 with first sweetheart on cutter and a modern No. 192 japanning 90 percent on both. Good plus DST20 21 50 100 photo
6504-151 6504-151 Lot of two STANLEY No. 39 dado planes. A Type 2 and three eights of an inch -complete and a Type 4 -five eights of an inch with sweetheart on cap screw -missing its depth stop and nickers and with light pitting. Good and better DST11 12 100 180 photo
6504-152 6504-152 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes. A Type 1 No. 190 with J mark on cutter -japanning 90 percent. And a later model No. 192 that needs a cutter. Good DST19 25 50 100 photo
6504-153 6504-153 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane. Type 11 WWII era model with japanned body and rosewood tote. Full set of 17 cutters in original wooden box with 50 percent decal. One depth stop -original nickers -no shaving deflector. Good plus DST16 80 160 photo
6504-154 6504-154 Lot of two STANLEY jack planes. An aluminum A5 -third sweetheart on cutter -surface rust and grime and some paint speckles on tote -good nickel and orange paint on lever cap. And a No. 5-and one half -Type 7 with third sweetheart on cutter -needs a good cleaning -tip of tote sheared off. Good PWY10 75 150 photo
6504-155 6504-155 Lot of two SARGENT No. 414 jack planes. One has no lateral adjuster oval New Haven logo on blade Sargent and Co. 414 cast in bed behind tote. Japanning 80 percent short knob and tote have some chips and dents overall pretty clean. Other is later model has slightly wider body oval logo on lever cap tee-shaped logo on blade. Remnants of scotch tape around tall knob but I do not see any damage beyond some dings and small crack at base tote has wear a few dings and well-reglued crack. Japanning good a few spots of rust. Good VTO22 53 75 150 photo
6504-156 6504-156 STANLEY No. 6C corrugated fore plane. Third sweetheart on cutter. Tall knob and tote overall good with light wear and dings -small chip from top horn -japanning 80 percent -one patent date behind frog. Good NHN189 30 60 photo
6504-157 6504-157 STANLEY Defiance No. 1245 jack plane. Mostly clean with only a few spots of rust -tote and knob have mild wear. Good plus FNK137 25 50 photo
6504-158 6504-158 UNION No. 4 smoothing plane. Marked with name and 10-22-89 patent on blade -and name and model cast into bed behind frog. Knob and tote have light wear -a spot of paint on knob -a couple of chips from throat. Japanning 80 percent. Good VTO12 30 60 photo
6504-159 6504-159 STANLEY No. 2C bench plane. Notched rectangle mark on blade and lever cap -tote and knob have a few small dings but overall good -very light surface rust on body that can be easily cleaned -japanning 75 percent. Good SGN398 150 250 photo
6504-160 6504-160 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper. Later type -sweetheart mark on adjustment screw -knob and tote are very nice -japanning nearly complete -blade unmarked. Good plus SGN310 125 250 photo
6504-161 6504-161 MILLERS FALLS No. 7 smoothing plane. Type 2. Equivalent to a Stanley No. 2 -polished and bed repainted. Original cutter. Very slight chipping to edge of tote. Good plus DJS44 175 300 photo
6504-162 *6504-162 MILLERS FALLS No. 900 smoothing plane. Clean with only a spot of paint on knob and some light pitting -grey japanning good-sticker on lever cap. Good DJS43 25 50 photo
6504-163 *6504-163 STANLEY Defiance No. 1204 smoothing plane. Red laquer tote and knob -some wear on both but moreso on top of knob. Stippled lever cap -japanning nearly complete. A few spots of paint on knob -slight pitting on sole. Good DJS35 25 50 photo
6504-164 6504-164 MILLERS FALLS Buck Rogers No. 709 plane. Type 1. Near mint with a few minor scratches to the grey paint. Fine DJS49 125 250 photo
6504-165 6504-165 FULTON No. 2 size plane. Near mint condition -proper marked Fulton cutter. Fine DJS96 40 80 photo
6504-166 6504-166 CHAPLIN PATENT No. 5 jack plane. Manufactured by Tower and Lyon but not marked. Has O.R. Chaplins Patent cast around knob and -5 in bed -highlighted in red. Steel knob and tote. Unmarked cutter. Pitting on metal and has been polished. Good DJS37 60 120 photo
6504-167 6504-167 METALLIC PLANE CO. bench plane. The Perfected model based on Palmer and Storkes patent. Adjustable throat - sliding plate is brass - nonadjustable cutter. Metal pitted throughout -tote is rounded over and reglued -big chip out of throat. A plane with issues. Fair DJS38 30 60 photo
6504-168 6504-168 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 02 smoothing plane. Plane is near mint with only some very minor chips to tote. Has a Stanley cutter. Good plus DJS95 150 250 photo
6504-169 6504-169 Bow drill. Unusually long at 13 inches and well made -rosewood and brass -press-in chuck -wood unmarred and works smoothly. Good plus WOL403 100 200 photo
6504-170 6504-170 GOODELL-PRATT tool handle. 8 inch long -body is ebony or similar wood with rosewood cap -broken and reglued. Seven tools including chisels and gouges. Very uncommon G-P tool. Good DJS626 60 120 photo
6504-171 6504-171 KEEN KUTTER tool handle. Very clean KK mark with Patent Pending 5 and a half inches long -rosewood. Includes nine tools -one with chipped blade. Good plus DJS171 60 120 photo
6504-172 6504-172 Lot of two wooden tools. DISSTON stair saw -worn but undamaged and unmarked bow drill -all wooden -looks like walnut -some scratches. Good JRI322 478 50 100 photo
6504-173 6504-173 Lot of reciprocating drills and screwdrivers. A GOODELL-PRATT No. 102 reciprocating drill -no bits -an unmarked jewelers drill -a MILLERS FALLS No. 55 ratcheting screwdriver -and an extra screwdriver we are throwing in. Good and better BSR584 586 50 80 photo
6504-174 6504-174 MILLERS FALLS tool handle. Marked only with the date of Amidons 1-14-68 chuck patent although its not exactly the same this tool handle has been reported but is very scarce. Unusual solid brass handle 7 inch long with seven tools. Very uncommon handle in very clean condition. Good plus DJS625 125 200 photo
6504-175 6504-175 MILLERS FALLS No. 4 tool handle. Exceptionally nice example of MFs tool handle based on Charles Amidons 1868 chuck patent undamaged rosewood handle nickel near fine all 10 tools present. You will look a long time for a better example. Good plus CGD313 90 180 photo
6504-176 6504-176 Lot of three tool handles. A STANLEY No. 306 complete set of 12 tools black finished handle with some wear to finish. An unmarked J.S. FRAY 5 and a half inch rosewood handle with tight crack 8 tools. And a solid boxwood model marked with what appears to be Clements 3-19-67 patent manufacturer unknown and rare 7 tools tight crack in body. Good and better DJS627 150 250 photo
6504-177 6504-177 Lot of two tool handles. Both unmarked. One has a carved horn handle and brass chuck four tools. The other has a bulbous shape of rosewood five tools. Good and better DJS179 80 160 photo
6504-178 6504-178 GOODELL BROTHERS No. 1 automatic drill IOB. In original tin box with 50 percent of outside design worn but inside blue label about 80 percent there. Has one drill unmarked and no bits. Also in case is a JOHNSON and TAINTERS push drill similar in design and from which the Goodell brothers supposedly copied their design. Both drills have tarnish on bodies some dings. Good SGN280 50 100 photo
6504-179 6504-179 Lot of four sash templates. Sash templates -sometimes called templets were used by sashmakers to lay out the complicated joints necessary to fit window sashes together and were generally made by planemakers. Two have brass ends one has another strip nailed into side to extend that side. One marked H. Sweet and five eights of an inch -rest are unmarked. In nice condition. Good GFR144 40 80 photo
6504-180 6504-180 Screwbox and tap. Made by JOHN WILSON of Sheffield. Five eights of an inch. Two piece beech and rosewood body. Good plus ACS31 50 100 photo
6504-181 6504-181 ECE Block Plane Salesmans Sample. 3 and a half inch long model of the E.C. Emmerich block plane with original medallion. Does not have the lignum sole of ECE planes and instead has advertising motto stamped on sole. Good plus ALV683 30 60 photo
6504-182 *6504-182 Lot of two mitre gauges. At least that is what I think these are. One is a metal frame 6 inch x 2 inch x 2 inch marked with a stamp I do not recognize and the number 76. Other is solid wood looks like cherry 7 and a half inches -angled side and 5 inch on other side. Good BKF114 20 40 photo
6504-183 6504-183 WINDSOR beader. Second type early version not stamped with patent dates but has original paper label very faded. Ebonized wood in above average condition ebonizing not worn off at sole as it usually is. One cutter wheel with fluting cutters. Good DJS137 100 200 photo
6504-184 6504-184 Lot of five miniature brass spokeshaves. All unsigned -largest is 4 inches across. Both compassed and convex soles with different handle types. Good plus BJL102 100 200 photo
6504-185 6504-185 Lot of two shaves. MILLERS FALLS No. 1 -Cigar- shave one of MFs signature tools patented by Albert Goodell before the founding of Goodell-Pratt 10 inch model with rosewood handles super clean. And a SNELL and ATHERTON No. 7 heel shave. Good plus DJS108 138 80 160 photo
6504-186 6504-186 L and I.J. WHITE broad axe. New England style broad axe with a curved handle but ground on both sides so possibly reground at some point. Very clean head with Whites 1837 Buffalo mark 6 and one quarter inch blade with some minor chips solid 30 inch original handle. Good plus SPM306 90 160 photo
6504-187 6504-187 Double-bitted felling axe. Unsigned 9 inch wide head with 4 and a half inch blades -surface rust but no damage -solid 29 inch original handle. Good SPM310 30 60 photo
6504-188 6504-188 BLOOD and CO. broad axe. One-sided hewing axe with 11 inch blade. Blood and Co. was a mark used by Isaiah Blood of Ballston NY during the 1860s. Head has surface discoloration but no damage and wicked sharp 20 inch curved handle looks like it used to be longer but original splintering at the eye. Good SPM307 60 120 photo
6504-189 6504-189 COLLINS and CO. lipped shipwrights adze. 3 inch spiked poll 5 inch blade head has rust but most paint and no damage 28 inch handle looks like old replacement old leather sheath. Good SPM309 40 80 photo
6504-190 6504-190 J. BEATTY broad axe. Double-sided super clean head with 9 inch blade and good clear mark 23 inch solid handle. Good plus SPM311 60 120 photo
6504-191 6504-191 BRADY broad axe. One sided hewing axe with 11 inch blade has a light mark that begins -BR but the -Mount Joy PA is clear so undoubtedly by one of the Brady clan that made edge tools in Mount Joy in the 1860s. One chip from blade but still sharp also has users initials -23 inch curved handle is splintered at the eye and a little loose but looks original. Good SPM308 60 120 photo
6504-192 6504-192 Broad axe. Single edged 9 inch blade 16 inch original handle angled for left-handed use. Unmarked Good CGD236 50 100 photo
6504-193 6504-193 Broad hatchet. Single edge 6 and three quarter inch blade straight 17 inch original handle. Unsigned head has some pitting but no damage to edge. Good CGD351 40 80 photo
6504-194 6504-194 BOLTON short-handled side axe. 10 inch blade with some chips including one large one at the top. -BOLTON PORTLAND- cast into blade there were a couple of Boltons making edge tools in Portland ME in the early 1800s. Original 10 inch handle with an old riveted cast iron strap repairing a split. Good GFR196 80 160 photo
6504-195 6504-195 WM. T. WOOD and CO. ice hatchet. 13 inch head with 17 inch original handle -a little loose. Wood of Arlington MA -was a leading maker of ice tools until 1905. Good CGD273 50 90 photo
6504-196 6504-196 C. HAMMOND No. 3 lathemakers hatchet. 7 inch head 13 and a half inch original handle -very clean with super clear Hammond mark. Good plus CGD343 40 80 photo
6504-197 6504-197 Lot of three handforged hatchets. Shinglers hatchet very clean with tight original handle ice hatchet some pitting old replaced handle and double-bladed mortising handle looks original but loose. Good and better CGD267 268 308 80 140 photo
6504-198 6504-198 Lot of two plumb bobs with reels. Both brass one acorn with rectangular reel and other conical with round reel. Both have light tarnish and use strings have some age and dirt and wood reels have chips and stains on both. Good LBD138 30 60 photo
6504-199 6504-199 Large plumb bob. Made by O.J. KUKER brass with steel tip 9 inch long and 64 oz engraved USAF 210. Has quite a bit of wear some dings and stains and a few spots of tarnish. Good BSR464 35 70 photo
6504-200 6504-200 Brass plumb bob. Turnip shaped 5 inches long loop soldered to top. Some dinging. Good CGD293 40 70 photo
6504-201 *6504-201 Lot of three brass plumb bobs. One carrot shaped GENERAL No. 800-12 in original box looks barely used box in scuffed condition but good. And two carrot shaped one unmarked and other MF CO No. 54 both have a few tarnish spots but overall very clean. All 12 oz with steel tips. Good and better NW835 881 1388 30 60 photo
6504-202 6504-202 Lot of two plumb bobs. Both unsigned. Carrot shaped steel 7 and a half inches -and tear drop -cast brass 4 inch. Good CGD294 295 40 80 photo
6504-203 6504-203 Flat brass plumb bob. In the shape of two discs with weighted points on either side and string winds up between the discs like a yo-yo with a notch in one disk to hold it all in place after it is unwound to desired length or hold string for storage. Marked only H WEBB. Some spots of tarnish and old price sticker of 175.00. Not sure who made it but its different. Good plus NW118 50 100 photo
6504-204 6504-204 STANLEY No. 2 plumb bob. Brass with steel tip not marked. Scratches and dings and some black marker on top which can be easily removed. Good DOR119A 75 150 photo
6504-205 6504-205 STANLEY No. 5 plumb bob. The largest reel type Stanley made. Very nice copper wash a tad bit of rust on steel point. Good plus DOR119B 75 100 photo
6504-206 *6504-206 Lot of three miniature plumb bobs. Smallest plumb bobs I have seen. All are identical made of brass and three quarter inches long with gold colored string. Unmarked. Good plus LBD154 30 60 photo
6504-207 6504-207 Lot of four small brass plumb bobs. Two with steel tips two carrot shaped one octagonal one acorn. All between 1 and a half inches and 2 and a quarter inches long and in overall nice shape with some dings on a couple. Good plus LBD133 140 141 145 40 80 photo
6504-208 6504-208 Lot of four brass plumb bobs. A 3 inch carrot one some dings a 3 and a half inch apple shaped and very clean a 3 inch acorn shaped with some dinging and a 2 inch apple shaped with light dings. All have steel tips. Good and better LBD127 129 134 152 40 80 photo
6504-209 6504-209 Lot of two cast iron plumb bobs. Teardrop shaped -2 and three quarters inches and 3 and one quarter inches -loops cast into body. Good CGD291 292 55 95 photo
6504-210 6504-210 M. CRANNELL screw-arm plow plane. Body and fence look to be rosewood. A few chips from the threads some dings on body. Mounted on board with 8 Humphreysville cutters plane itself has Moulson Bros cutter wedge slightly chewed. Cutters have a few spots of discoloration but are overall clean. Board itself isnt anything fancy and has some chewed up spots. Good NW1996 100 200 photo
6504-211 6504-211 OHIO TOOL CO No. 102 screw-arm plow plane. Unhandled solid boxwood super clean condition threads immaculate wedge has some minor dinging original OTC cutter. User name stamped on toe. Fine JRI43 150 250 photo
6504-212 6504-212 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 105 bone-tipped plow plane. Solid boxwood throughout four bone tips that are yellowed and cracked but intact reglued cracks in tote and front shoulder. Threads are in poor shape wedge so clean it may be a replacement. Original OTC cutter. Some spots of discoloration on body. Good JRI73 125 200 photo
6504-213 6504-213 H. L. JAMES unhandled beech plow plane. Brass and iron skate pretty clean brass thumbscrew James Cam cutter. Some checks in fence and body a couple small cracks in nuts chips in screw arms a deep gouge thats been smoothed with age behind blade on rear surface of body wedge worn a few dings and discoloration on toe. Marked with user initials and No. 121. Overall a nice user. Good PNG25 30 60 photo
6504-214 6504-214 Lot of four small wooden planes. Unusual solid boxwood side rabbet with skewed cutter and bullnose rabbet steel soled coffin and ebony soled coffin. All unsigned and nicely made. Good and better JRI132 134 75 150 photo
6504-215 6504-215 Lot of six coffin-shaped smoothing planes. Most are English by MATHIESON MARPLES VARVILL and SONS and H. WILSON. One is from the SCIOTO WORKS and one unmarked. Condition generally good with some wear and dinging but no major damage. Good and better DST166-171 80 140 photo
6504-216 6504-216 Lot of two coachmakers t-rabbet planes. Both beech bodied. One is nearly 6 and a half inch long with 1 and a half inch wide blade flat bottom marked with user name I Sorby cutter. Other is also flat soled 6 and a quarter inches long slightly shorter body 1 and a half inch wide cutter looks like replacement made from a Marples blade and is slightly too wide for the sole also marked with user name. Good and better PNG24 30 60 photo
6504-217 6504-217 VAUGHAN patent steel soled plane. Patented 7-23-72 by Thomas Vaughan of Boston and marketed by him consisted of a standard beech bench plane with a cast steel sole. Marked by Vaughan on the toe four stars in AWP and rated R2 by Blanchard and Larsen. Most examples are 8 inches and unhandled like the one in PTAMPIA I-page 130. This is the second or third example I have seen with a tote. 10 inch coffin shaped sole strike button Moulson Bros. cutter. Light stamp damage to end of tote. Good GAN185 80 160 photo
6504-218 6504-218 Rosewood coffin smoother. Unsigned but very nicely made nearly 9 inch long lighter and attractive grain with matching wedge and D.R. Barton cutter -a couple of scratches and chips on sole. Good JRI142 75 50 photo
6504-219 6504-219 Rosewood coffin smoother. Unsigned and nicely made -about 8 and three quarters inches long dark rosewood with a beech wedge and Moulson Bros. cutter -cracks and chips near heel and toe. Good JRI115 75 150 photo
6504-220 6504-220 Lot of two UNION FACTORY toothing planes. One has long toothed cutter the other has shorter fluted Butcher cutter slightly spalled. Each has 6 and a half inch sole. Good CGD336 338 40 80 photo
6504-221 6504-221 Lot of two wood bottom planes. A STANLEY No. 22 transitional Type 16 with second sweetheart on cutter wood good with one ding in sole. And a Chaplins patent No. 75 handled bench plane made by TOWER and LYON original cutter with faint mark old split in toe repaired with bolt through body. Wood on both polished. Good and better DJS36 40 90 150 photo
6504-222 6504-222 Lot of two STANLEY transitional planes. A Type 11 No. 35 smoothing plane with 1892 patent cutter and B casting marks and a Type 12 No. 27 with 1892 patent cutter. Both nice and clean with good wood and japanning nearly complete. Good plus CGD335 337 100 160 photo
6504-223 6504-223 Lot of three wooden jack planes. 16 inch sole by AUBURN TOOL CO. marked No. 12 16 inch with a mark too faint to read and a CHARLES BUCK cutter and a 19 inch razee body unsigned with MOULSON BROS. cutter spalled. All in decent as found condition wedge on the Auburn may be a replacement. Good SSA238 241 243 50 100 photo
6504-224 *6504-224 Lot of two STANLEY No. 24 wood bottom smoothing planes. A Type 6 prelateral clean with most of its japanning chip in throat scratch on one cheek. And a Type 11 japanning 70 percent knob worn user initials on heel a few chips in body. Good BKF35 36 20 40 photo
6504-225 *6504-225 Old womans tooth router. Unmarked -rectangular grooved body -6 and a half inches across -half an inch cutter. Good plus DT131 25 50 photo
6504-226 6504-226 STANDARD RULE CO. No. 33 razee body jointer. 28 inches. Toe is marked Standard Rule but cutter is Upson Nut Co. which succeeded to Standard Rule in 1888 and continued to use the Standard name. Uses Rusts 1883 patent cutter adjustment and Karrmanns 1889 lateral. Tote has a major chip and some checks in body. Good DTN411 80 160 photo
6504-227 *6504-227 AUBURN adjustable sash plane. Good screw threads nuts good with a few dings wedges a little chewed some staining and paint spots on body marked No. 165 on heel and some pencil markings as well small chip in one throat. Good BCN 20 40 photo
6504-228 *6504-228 OHIO TOOL CO. adjustable sash plane. 1 inch fully boxed skew blades -thread arms have a few small chips -nuts good -wedges slightly chewed -body has a few stains but in overall nice condition. Good GAN224G 20 40 photo
6504-229 *6504-229 Lot of three molding planes. A SANDUSKY fully boxed one eights inch bead a quarter inch hollow marked -J Dawson Montreal in script lettering. And an unmarked ogee that has profile and side fence attached and may have been a modification to rabbet plane as it has oval shave escapement similar to a rabbet. Top of plane stamped -Joh Weiss Sohn Wien and number 24. All three have some wear and staining ogee is the worst. Good and better DT133 30 60 photo
6504-230 6504-230 N. NUTTING sash plane. 3 stars. Double iron cuts rabbet and ovolo profile wedges good some dings owner stamp and staining on toe marked 1-one eighth on heel. Good GAN240G 50 100 photo
6504-231 6504-231 E. C. RING hollow and round pair. A mark -1 star 1 and a half inch matched hollow and round -wedges have light chewing -some stains and a paint spot -marked 22 on both heels. Good GAN273G 30 60 photo
6504-232 6504-232 C. HARWOOD molding plane. Cuts 1 inch ogee C mark -2 stars boxed quirk spring marked initials -OK stamped on top near wedge notch carved behind wedge near heel. Boxing has a couple of cracks wedge ok some wear of lacquer on toe and heel. Good GAN228G 40 80 photo
6504-233 6504-233 T. TURNER moving filletster plane. Queens Rd Sheffield maker. 1 and a quarter inch skew blade has all parts including depth stop and nicker. Moving fence has crack at middle screw but rest is nice. Body has heavy stains and checks from use and age. Good GAN232G 30 60 photo
6504-234 6504-234 T.J. TOLMAN double side bead. A mark -2 stars. Cuts right and left three eights of an inch bead -fully boxed with central fence. One or two small spots of damage on boxing wedges have very light chewing some staining on body. Good GAN56G 40 80 photo
6504-235 6504-235 F.J. GOUCH skew rabbet plane. Gouch was a planemaker in Worchester MA in the mid-1800s -2 stars. Nicely made plane with double nickers 2 inch cutter -wedge lightly chewed -rear bun shows light use. Some spots of staining. Good GAN236G 40 80 photo
6504-236 6504-236 Lot of four yardsticks. Three by LUFKIN two are marked No. 7122 but one is narrower with fractions of a yard on reverse and a 45 inces No. 7127 with fractions on same side super clean with hanghole. And a STANLEY No. 41 with sweetheart mark. Two are marked approved NY and Penn and one NY PA and Ala. Good and better DST665 666 667 671 50 80 photo
6504-237 6504-237 Lot of two log rules. One by LUFKIN and one by CLEVELAND RULE. Both are 42 inches with square brass heads and bulbous ends. Both have Scribners scales. Moderate wear -Lufkin is worse but clearly legible. Good DST664 668 40 80 photo
6504-238 *6504-238 LUFKIN No. 8192 tailors square. Boxwood with brass reinforced corner 14 inches x 24 inches marked in both inches and reduced-size inches to allow measurements to be transferred to patterns easily. Like new. Fine DST954 30 60 photo
6504-239 *6504-239 STANLEY OF LONDON folding yardstick. Two part 5 inch yardstick folds in the middle with a brass locking mechanism. Boxwood has darkened but very clean. Good plus DST672 30 60 photo
6504-240 *6504-240 Lot of two calculating rules. A KEUFFEL and ESSER CO. No 1632W engineers triangular scale with sliding case a little over 18 and a half inches long. One spot on rule appears to be burned but rest good with a little discoloration from age and a piece of tape with a user name written on it. Case worn and ends missing. Plus an unmarked 22 inches long sliding rule wooden with a center slide section marked in percentages other sections have varying scales. Some stains and light wear. Good SGN546 25 50 photo
6504-241 6504-241 Lot of three folding shoe rules. All boxwood and unsigned stem folds in two and jaws fold flat for easy storage. The one that looks oldest is smaller and has brass rather than wood jaws with some writing on one side -part says its just half size -but that one also has warped stem. Good and better MDY66 73 77 125 200 photo
6504-242 6504-242 Lot of four try squares. A STANLEY No. 20 10 inch sweetheart mark some light discoloration and pitting on blade wood lightly used condition. And an unmarked 10 inch one with quatrefoil inlay rosewood handle has moderate wear on handle and some pitting on blade. An 8 inch HENRY DISSTON nice blued blade clean handle trefoil inlay. And a 12 inch blade one heavily worn and stained handle with four circle brass inlays blade unruled and has some pitting. Good and better BKF104 105 108 111 40 80 photo
6504-243 *6504-243 Lot of three try squares. A STANLEY No. 20 7 and a half inches marked with just block letters Stanley and 12-29-96 patent date a KEEN KUTTER 6 inch and what looks like a STANLEY No. 20 4 and a half inches but unmarked. All three have light surface rust 4 and a half inch has some pitting and scratches handles on all three have some dings and light scratches. Good SGN551 25 50 photo
6504-244 6504-244 DISSTON and MORSS try square. 16 inch unruled blade light rust spots 11 inch rosewood handle. Good mark user initials lightly carved. Bench rest missing. Good GAN108 40 80 photo
6504-245 6504-245 Lot of three bevels and squares. A STANLEY No. 16 improved mitre square 10 inch blade early type of walnut infill handle and J mark on blade polished but still nice. And a set of two user made wooden try squares one try square with ogee end and one 45 degree. Good and better DJS207 209 100 150 photo
6504-246 6504-246 SIMON patented automatic square. Patented 7-8-19 by Henry Simon of Laguna Beach CA and manufactured by SIMON and SKIDMORE MFG CO. It has a hollow aluminium handle with flush three quarter inch diameter brass spring loaded push button allows blade to pivot around the handle. The other side has a large 1 and an eights of an inch diameter knurled wheel for when tool is used as a bevel or protractor when blade is pivoted to other side of handle. Blade and handle have dings and pitting some rust. Uncommon. Good SGN380 60 120 photo
6504-247 *6504-247 STANLEY No. 1 metric square. Uncommon variation on the combined miter and square graduated in inches on one side and centimeters on the reverse. 6 inch blade with some discoloration and surface rust iron handle. Good PWY12 30 60 photo
6504-248 6504-248 Lot of three metal rules. Two by L.S. STARRETT an 18 inch No. 600 and a 24 inch No. 410 both are marked No. 4 grad and Tempered both have four scales from an eighth of an inch to one sixty fourth of an inch and a brass five eights of an inch shrinkage rule by WEBER and SONS of Philadelphia a hang hole has been drilled into the end that partially obscures the name. Good and better THF306 307 309 60 100 photo
6504-249 6504-249 Lot of two GOODELL PRATT No. 379 hand drills. Both have rosewood head and knobs. One with only black japanning 85 percent rest clean. Three-jaw chuck. Has 7 of 8 original fluted drill points in head. Wood lightly worn on side handle rest is very nice. Crank handle collar has crack. Other has black japanning at 90 percent and gear has been painted grey. Wood worn knob collars tarnished crank handle cracked. Has 13 bits in head. Good plus NHN139 142 40 80 photo
6504-250 *6504-250 Lot of two egg beater drills. A breast drill with green and black paint 80 percent clean marked only -Germany. Breast plate has casting flaw on one edge drill operates smoothly. And one marked CRANE MFG CO handle and knob have light wear and in good shape japanning retouched. Good and better NHN143 322 30 60 photo
6504-251 6504-251 Lot of Two GOODELL-PRATT hand drills. A No. 49 with hollow brass handle clearly marked with Landfairs 1895 chuck design. And one that looks like an early version of No. 5 with 6 -of 8- original fluted bits stored in rotating brass head brass collet type chuck and rosewood knob mounted directly to drive wheel. Good plus DJS181 60 120 photo
6504-252 *6504-252 STANLEY No. 618 hand drill. Sweetheart mark solid handle wood knobs and handle worn and some staining. Three jaw chuck gear orange and black paint look original and crackled orange is all there black is 70 percent. Some rust spots nickel plating 80 percent. Marked Patent Appld For. Good NHN137 20 40 photo
6504-253 6504-253 O.W. BULLOCK eggbeater drill. 10 and a half inch solid cast iron drill with distinctive O.W.B. mark cast into stippled background on handle. Bullock of Springfield MA primarily manufactured watchmakers tools. Drivewheel has some pitting but teeth intact good japanning and rosewood head. No bit. Good plus DJS629 75 150 photo
6504-254 6504-254 Lot of two early MILLERS FALLS drills. A No. 1 early frame with Pratts 1877 patent two-jaw chuck and hollow rosewood handle no bits big chip out of rosewoodknob. And a No. 4 jewelers drill with collet style chuck. Both have good red paint that may have been refreshed at some point. Good and better DJS630 80 160 photo
6504-255 6504-255 MILLERS FALLS No. 20 bench mount with breast drill. Handcranked bench mount with a MILLERS FALLS No. 12 breast drill attached. Mount has company name plate screwed on with No. 20 engraved japanning 80 percent in clean working condition. Crank wheel knob has crack in ferrule. Breast drill has about 70 percent japanning and name Williams scratched into red paint on gear handle worn. Good plus MHT11 100 200 photo
6504-256 6504-256 WALLER patent hinge mortising tool. This elaborate gizmo designed to be clamped to a door frame to cut the hinge mortises was patented in 1926 by John Waller of Los Angeles and sold by the WALLER TOOL CO. of Chicago for a few years before being acquired by STANLEY who labeled their version the No. 291 mortiser. Marked patent applied for 17 inch long in near mint condition in user-made box. Fine SGNB53 60 110 photo
6504-257 *6504-257 Nose auger. 1 and three eights inch diameter 15 inches long hand-whittled wooden handle. Surface is oxidized but not pitted. Has T. Mayston cast into it a name I havent been able to locate. Good PWY9 30 60 photo
6504-258 6504-258 YANKEE No. 1003 bench mounted . 19 inches tall -grimy but seems to work properly. Good BFS302 60 120 photo
6504-259 6504-259 STANLEY No. 55 universal combination plane IOB. Looks to be complete and all there including both rods and cam and depth stops. Has one cutter in body marked 55 and complete sets 1-4 with lids and labels nearly complete one lid has a chunk missing in front center. Plane clean with only light dirt in some spots and shows only very light use. Has more modern screwdriver. Box has wear one side has had a lip glued on to help keep lid in missing on other side crack in bottom label only 40 percent there. Good plus plane BSR639 250 500 photo
6504-260 6504-260 STANLEY No. 8C corrugated sole jointer plane. Type 7 with 1892 patent on cutter tip of tote cracked and needs regluing. Good HMS1 60 110 photo
6504-261 6504-261 Rebuilt STANLEY No. 7 jointer. Tote and knob are both replacements and the lever cap is a cast brass reproduction. Still a solid No. 7. Good ACS26 50 100 photo
6504-262 6504-262 STANLEY Bed Rock No. 604 bench plane. Type 6 with second sweetheart on cutter. Metal has a couple of dings but no damage wood near fine. Good plus THF372 75 150 photo
6504-263 6504-263 STANLEY Bed Rock No. 603 bench plane. Early Type 6 with vee mark on cutter. Extra clean example. Fine THF370 80 160 photo
6504-264 6504-264 STANLEY Bed Rock No. 604C bench plane. All the characteristics of a Type 5 but with a low knob so probably transitional. 1892 patent date cutter some light surface pitting small chip from bottom edge of lever cap japanning 60 percent -good wood noting a tight closed crack in tote. Good plus THF374 75 150 photo
6504-265 6504-265 STANLEY No. 5-and one quarter jack plane with integral fence. Stanleys junior jack modern type with orange lever cap and notched rectangle. Very clean slight loss of nickel on lever cap clear finish on sides. The fence is brass and rosewood fitted to the plane and very well made. Fine MDY107 75 150 photo
6504-266 6504-266 Lot of two bench planes. A STANLEY No. 5 and a quarter inch junior jack sweetheart mark well reglued tote with School mark on it 19 engraved in cheek. And a GROZ No. 5 14 inch sole made in India by Groz tools near mint. Good and better SSA23 25 90 150 photo
6504-267 6504-267 UNION No. 7C jointer plane. Japanning 60 percent handle and tote have worn lacquer and smoothed chips on horn lever cap has a few chips some pitting on cheeks sole and throat good. Good BSR318 35 70 photo
6504-268 6504-268 MARSH No. M5 corrugated sole jack plane. Manufactured by H.C. Marsh of Rockford IL before it was acquired by Stanley. Near mint condition -very slight wear -near invisible -to edge of tote. Original marked Marsh 2 inch cutter. Fine DJS33 75 150 photo
6504-269 6504-269 UNION No. 5A jack plane. Japanning 90 percent knob good tote has some stains and a reglued crack at base near screw. A few specks of paint on body a few chips on one cheek scratches on sole hanghole in heel. Light surface discoloration in spots. Good BSR600 40 80 photo
6504-270 6504-270 Lot of two STANLEY scrub planes. A No. 40 worn tote and P mark on cutter japanning 70 percent rust spots on body and cutter sole has rust and pitting tall knob looks relacquered. And a No. 40-one half with beech handle vee logo on cutter tote has slight wear knob dark and likely a replacement japanning 80 percent some spots of rust especially on cutter sole has a few spots but mostly clean. Good- and better BCN153 75 150 photo
6504-271 6504-271 Lot of two No. 3 bench planes. A UNION with most of its japanning good throat. Some scratching on sole and pitting and dings on body lacquer worn on tote and knob and a few small dings. And a SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE DIAMOND EDGE corrugated sole blade heavily pitted body and sole has some pitting but not as bad knob and tote worn but decent japanning 50 percent. Good- and better FNK139 144 30 60 photo
6504-272 6504-272 STANLEY No. 603C Bed Rock bench plane. Flat sided model corrugated sole has light scratching vee mark on cutter rust and pitting on body a few chips and scratches in tote and knob small chips in throat. Good- BCN 60 120 photo
6504-273 6504-273 WINCHESTER bench plane. No. 4 size with 9 inch sole. Overall minor surface corrosion lacquer on tote has wear but no real damage. Good japanning proper marked cutter. Good PLH331 75 150 photo
6504-274 6504-274 Long turnscrew. 23 inch -blade made from a file with decorative wasp-waist pattern turned boxwood handle. Good plus DJS198 50 100 photo
6504-275 6504-275 Lot of three turnscrews. A 15 and a quarter inch model with rosewood handle marked -Douglas Mfg. Co. Douglas was founded in 1856 in Seymour CT and also had a factory for edge tools in Vermont. It was purchased by James Swan in 1877. Plus a 9 and a half inch unsigned model with some blade pitting and a crack in its handle and an 11 inch screwdriver. Good and better DJS632 60 120 photo
6504-276 6504-276 Lot of two turnscrews. A 15 and a half inch model unsigned with walnut handle and a 12 inch model with beech handle. Blade is marked C.H. Co. and handle has a faint mark that looks like -___LS HARDWARE CO. Some dings to handle. Good plus DJS217 60 120 photo
6504-277 6504-277 Wood clamp. Somebody put a lot of work into this clamp and it shows. Maple -13 inches bar -1 inch x three quarter of an inch -17 inch turned wooden screw. In immaculate condition and much nicer than your average clamp. Fine DTN404 100 200 photo
6504-278 *6504-278 Lot of STANLEY screwdrivers. Four No. 20 Hurwood screwdrivers of various lengths one with Bell System mark in a box that originally held No. 171 screwdrivers. Good BHR338 30 60 photo
6504-279 *6504-279 Lot of two Yankee ratcheting screwdrivers. A No. 30A in original box lightly used condition with some slight rust and paint spots on knurling and a carved letter G into the handle rest is near mint. Box has some wear with a few split seams mostly on one end of lid but label mostly intact someone wrote a price on it in black marker. And a No. 130A gently used with flathead bit in it. Good SGN548 30 60 photo
6504-280 6504-280 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Type 2 cutter has been sharpened down and marked Stanley in block letters japanning 50 percent some pitting on sole handles in nice shape. Good NHN285 35 70 photo
6504-281 *6504-281 STANLEY No. 81 cabinet scraper. Nickel plating mostly complete with light wear rosewood sole decent but has a crack. Sweetheart mark on blade. Good SGN250 25 50 photo
6504-282 6504-282 Lot of two STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scrapers. Early type with straight leading edge and sweetheart on clamping bar and later version with concave edge and notched rectangle mark on cutter. Japanning near complete on both. Good plus CGD232 235 40 80 photo
6504-283 6504-283 STANLEY No. 56-and a half -coopers spokeshave. 19 inch with 3 and a half inch blade. Japanning mostly worn off and light rust to cutter but no damage. Good PWY2 75 150 photo
6504-284 6504-284 Brass patternmakers shave. Unmarked but looks manufactured -with a 2 stamped in the body. Several user name marks. 10 and three quarter inches across 2 and one eights inch cutter. Light dinging. Good plus DJS107 50 100 photo
6504-285 *6504-285 SNELL and ATHERTON shoe shave. Clearly marked and complete japanning 70 percent. Good plus JRI249 20 40 photo
6504-286 *6504-286 STEARNS No. 8 spokeshave. Unmarked but with Stearns distinctive decorative yoke. Original cutter japanning 90 percent. Good plus CGD234 30 60 photo
6504-287 *6504-287 STANLEY No. 151 adjustable spokeshave. Clean USA made japanning 95 percent -sweetheart mark on blade. Good plus NHN63 30 60 photo
6504-288 6504-288 Lot of two spokeshaves. A PRESTON No. 1391A adjustable 10 inch shave with the adjustment inset into the blade nickel mostly worn off and an AMT semi-circular brass shave japanning mostly complete. Good SSA622 60 120 photo
6504-289 6504-289 Lot of two ratcheting braces. One by PECK STOWE and WILCOX with Reisings 1884 patent ratchet controlled by two pins not listed in Pearson and unique to PSandW braces. Unusual 6 inch shallow sweep and hard to find this ratchet in good condition. And a FRAY No. 085 with the ratchet mechanism with flip-out pawls usually attributable to Ellrichs patent 8 inch sweep. Good plus CDE348 353 75 150 photo
6504-290 6504-290 Lot of two SPOFFORD chuck braces. An example of the early all-metal version produced by FRAY and PIGG the metal has been cleaned and the mark is very faint but the sweep 12 inch is cast into the underside of the head. And a No. 110 produced by JOHN S. FRAY after he parted company with Pigg very clean with good walnut head and grip 10 inch sweep. Good and better CDE322 323 60 120 photo
6504-291 6504-291 Lot of two English braces. A hexagonal body steel brace by Wm Marples very clean ebony head has tight crack and missing one brass screw securing it to plate original James Bee auger bit 8 inch sweep. And an unmarked gents ball handled brace with thumbscrew chuck head a little loose and with a tight crack 7 inch sweep. Good plus DJS11 12 80 160 photo
6504-292 *6504-292 Smith-made brace. Extra long neck -26 and one inches overall -8 inch sweep -hand-forged thumbscrew chuck - iron pad. Well made and graphic form. Good CDE85 30 60 photo
6504-293 6504-293 GOODELL TOOL CO. brace with integral hollow auger. Based on Albert Goodells 1911 patent and available both as a traditional hollow auger designed to be chucked in a brace and in an integral model good examples of the integral model are uncommon. This one is nice and clean with depth stop. Good plus CDE356 60 120 photo
6504-294 6504-294 Lot of three ratcheting braces. A STANLEY -Bell System No. 2101 with 10 inch sweep and Yankee mark on head a MILLERS FALLS No. 82 with 9 inch sweep and an unmarked one with fully boxed ratchet 10 inch sweep and heavily lacqured head and grip. All work well the Bell System is a little stiff. Good and better CDE329 340 342 60 120 photo
6504-295 6504-295 Lot of five drilling tools. Two unsigned thumbscrew chuck braces a MILLERS FALLS No. 44 brace a patented brace that is unmarked and I do not recognize rusty and chuck in poor condition and a YANKEE No. 135 push drill IOB mechanism frozen and with extra spring. Fair toGood CGD265 309 330 324 50 80 photo
6504-296 6504-296 STANLEY Yankee No. 2101 bit brace. Manufactured by Stanley after it acquired North Bros. in 1944 these are widely considered to be among the finest braces ever made. This one the uncommon 14 inch sweep is in near fine condition with only minor nickel loss. Rosewood head and grip have wear but no damage. Chuck and ratchet are good as new. Good plus HMS5 60 120 photo
6504-297 6504-297 STANLEY No. 982 corner brace. Designed to fit between joists and in other tight spaces. Nickel loss and surface rust but works smoothly and a good user. Comes with a five eights of an inch IRWIN auger bit. Good CDE466 30 60 photo
6504-298 6504-298 Lot of two smith-made braces. Both unsigned. Longer one has a hand-forged wingnut chuck and good carved wooden head 7 inch sweep the other has a rectangular friction chuck and large flat folded iron head 6 inch sweep. Well made and graphic design. Good plus CGD329 331 50 90 photo
6504-299 6504-299 Lot of two gents ball-handled braces. One with push-button chuck stained wooden handle hexagonal body with decoration by grip the other is plainer with thumbscrew chuck and nicely shaped head. Both have 7 inch sweep. Good plus CGD323 333 45 90 photo
6504-300 6504-300 Lot of two lever-action chuck bit braces. Unsigned. Both have variations of the Taylor-pattern lever action chuck in good working order. Cast iron heads one with a brass insert with 2 and a half inch symbol stamped in it. One has hexagonal and one round stock. 8 inch sweeps. Good plus CGD322 332 50 90 photo
6504-301 6504-301 Marked TAYLOR patent brace. Jeremy Taylor received his patent in 1836 the only earlier brace patent was destroyed in the patent office fire of 1836 and no examples are known. Taylor-pattern braces are frequently found but this one is actually marked J. Taylor Patent which is uncommon. It also has a faint marking that looks like Hebron - where Taylor lived - and the number 21. It is not marked by Increase Wilson who manufactured many of Taylors braces. It also has an unusual flat cast iron head approximately a quarter of an inch thick. A nice and uncommon example of the earliest American patented brace. 8 inch sweep. Good plus CGD327 100 200 photo
6504-302 6504-302 Lot of two FRAY Spofford-type braces. A 7 inch sweep by Fray and Pigg with an auger bit and a 10 inch sweep by John Fray. Both clean and undamaged. Good plus CGD325 326 40 80 photo
6504-303 6504-303 Set of wooden trammel points. Fixed and sliding wedge-locked heads beech with iron points 5 and a half inches long on 27 inch beam. Nicely made. Good plus DJS340 50 100 photo
6504-304 6504-304 Panel slitter. User made 13 inch stem looks like hickory heads may be cherry. Wedge holding the fence looks original. Brass lined fence and foot -solid brass wedge for cutter. A couple of user stamps on it. Very nice and attractive. Fine BJL104 40 80 photo
6504-305 *6504-305 Panel gauge. Stem looks to be made of elm head looks like oak. Stem is ruled wedge locked head. Hang holes in both ends of stem. Crack in head near wedge lock pen mark on one side of head some wear and old water or mold stains but still attractive. Good ESY44 30 60 photo
6504-306 6504-306 Panel gauge. Unsigned beech 22 inches long fixed point with some left brass screw locking head with a couple of nice checks. A modern screw eye has been inserted in the end for hanging. Nicely made and attractive. Good plus MDY95 50 100 photo
6504-307 6504-307 Lot of five gauges. What looks like a STANLEY No. 77 mortise gauge No. 71 double stem gauge two No. 78 mortise gauges and an unmarked mortise gauge similar to the No. 77 but different brass inlay around the thumbscrew. All in used condition with scuffs and dents some splotches of paint on a couple brass tarnished on a few. Good- and better HMS17 30 60 photo
6504-308 *6504-308 Rosewood mortise gauge. Solid brass rectangular head thumb-activated mortise point slide. 10 inch stem with a couple of chips. Good points. Good NW1345 30 60 photo
6504-309 6504-309 STANLEY No. 60 marking gauge. Stanleys oldest cast iron gauge manufactured from 1874-1897. Good example with about 60 percent japanning some discoloration of stem small spot of paint. Good ESY38 60 120 photo
6504-310 *6504-310 BRIDGE CITY BR-6 bench rule. Zero-glare style a few light scratches and dings. 20.00 new. Fine MDY67 15 30 photo
6504-311 6504-311 BRIDGE CITY MG-3 marking gauge. An MG-3 marking gauge 8 inch long beam brass and rosewood scaled in both inches and centimeters. They are not making them any more but they were 129.00 new in 1997. From the John A. Jock Moody collection and marked with his name and Bridge City Founders Circle number. A few light scratches is all that separates it from Mint. Fine MDY76 50 100 photo
6504-312 6504-312 I. SORBY mortise gauge. Ebony stem and oval head very clean with original finish internal screw adjustment and both points very sharp. Has a nearly complete green and red Sorby Punch brand decal which I have never seen before. Fine MDY65 100 200 photo
6504-313 *6504-313 Lot of two marking gauges. Both rosewood one by THOS WALES and SONS with a square brass thumbslider to move pins and an unmarked fancier one with brass thumbscrews to adjust pins and head and brass inlay strips on head. Both have a few dings but overall nice. Good SGN383 20 40 photo
6504-314 6504-314 Lot of two STANLEY marking gauges. A No. 197 patternnmakers gauge a couple of chips from rosewood head but otherwise very clean sweetheart mark. And a No. 98 mortise gauge some nickel loss pins worn down. Good and better CGD344 346 100 180 photo
6504-315 6504-315 E. LEITZ portable microscope body. German silver plated microscope body by the famous optical firm of ERNST LEITZ of Wetzlar Germany in original wooden box. 9 inches x 3 and a half inches. No lenses. Good GAN245G 60 120 photo
6504-316 6504-316 CAL MACHINE CO. gravity inclinometer in the original box. Mantle clock style inclinometer with green painted glass face manufactured by the Cal Machine Co. of Rockford IL. I have seen a couple of these but never one in the original box with instructions. Box has split seams but intact some of the green paint has flaked off the glass. Good MAG10 75 150 photo
6504-317 6504-317 KEUFFEL and ESSER 7385T Wyteface steel tape IOB. 100 ft new old stock mint in original plastic case inside original paper box. Box has one corner torn and some light wear but otherwise intact. Fine MHT10 30 60 photo
6504-318 6504-318 Wantage rod. Used by gaugers to measure the amount of liquid in a barrel. 16 and three eights of an inch long eight scales including barrel half barrel puncheon hogshead and pipe. Unsigned but in super clean near mint condition with original finish. Fine THF328 60 120 photo
6504-319 *6504-319 WADSWORTH HOWLAND CO. drafting set. Small set of trammel points with three interchangable points small caliper points and a small tube. All parts are there in a green velvet lined four and a half inches by two and a half inches case stamped -21 in silver lettering on the outside of the top case. Case has some wear spots. Good plus PNG33 30 60 photo
6504-320 6504-320 Lot of three measuring tapes. A 50ft LUFKIN HC-213 in original box with instructions tape looks unused box dirty with a few spots of damage. A KEUFFEL and ESSER 100ft Favorite Wyteface gently used but clean and nice and a CRAFTSMAN 100ft sold by Sears Roebuck and Co tape has light use but case is clean and nice. Good plus HAN519 40 80 photo
6504-321 6504-321 LUFKIN steel surveying tape. 50 ft tape in a 4 inch circular case made specifically to hold a leather strip intended to be strapped to a leg. Tape has a few light spots of rust but overall tape and case clean strap in decent shape. Good plus VTO51 40 80 photo
6504-322 6504-322 SCRIBNERS Lumber and Log Book. The lumbermans handy companion pubished in 1895 including 190 pages of tables for converting logs to board feet and other topics 4 and five eights of an inch x 3 and a quarter inches. Worn with some foxing but all pages are intact and fully legible. Plus a clamp-on rule level no name or its unreadable but could be a Davis -significant oxidation and pitting and one locking screw missing. Rating is for the book. Good THF363 50 100 photo
6504-323 6504-323 Lot of measuring tools. 4 inch boxwood rule with level Clarke Fore St. under vial STANLEY No. 93 butt gauge with sweetheart mark and STANLEY No. 30 angle divider nickel is mint but missing lower blade. Mixed GAN186 40 80 photo
6504-324 6504-324 Lot of five large calipers. All friction joint -three with 19 inch legs -one LUFKIN and two STARRETT. And a LUFKIN with 21 inch legs - and a LUFKIN with 17 inch legs. Three have screwknob adjustments. Most have spots of rust -one 19 inch Starrett heavily rusted. Good- and better MHT13 40 80 photo
6504-325 6504-325 Lot of seven calipers. 4 inch outside ones marked F.B. Pillsbury with a five point star some pitting but otherwise nice. STARRETT 6 inch combination caliper and dividers with rotating legs legs discolored and a few spots of pitting. ANGULUS friction calipers with 7 and a half inch legs and two 7 inch spring calipers by LUTZ and CONSOLIDATED TOOL WORKS a few spots of rust. Pretty clean unmarked 6 inch friction calipers and STARRETT extendable legs wing-style calipers a few spots of rust but mostly clean. Good HAN515 40 80 photo
6504-326 6504-326 Lot of five dividers. Uncommon WEATHERHEADS 2-18-78 patented wing dividers 7 and a quarter inch legs with replaceable tip few spots of discoloration and some user initials. A.T. KOOPMAN sliding lock dividers marked Pat Applied For -9 inch legs -has a pencil holder -some discoloration and user name stamp. An unmarked spring one with 12 inch legs -pretty clean. A LUFKIN spring calipers 8 inch legs some discoloration. And STARRETT spring calipers 6 inch legs rust spots. Good HAN518 40 80 photo
6504-327 6504-327 LUTZ drafting proportional dividers in original case. In original black snap case with instructions replaceable tips. Looks unused a few small spots of damage to case. Good plus HAN294 40 80 photo
6504-328 6504-328 STARRETT No. 224 Micrometer Set AA IOB. Range 0 to 4 inches -set appears to be all there plus a few extra in box micrometer has about 60 percent japanning left and in decent shape accessories are good. Box heavily stained and lacquer missing from outside of lid label on inside lid 90 percent but dirty. Plus a decimal equivalents chart for Continental-Diamond Fibre Co. in box as well. Good ESY49 75 150 photo
6504-329 *6504-329 Lot of two STARRETT No. 436 outside micrometers. A 3M-4M and a 2M-3M both have about 80 percent japanning and both have user names and numbers scratched into backside. Larger one has small section that looks repainted. Both work smoothly. Good JPR113 20 40 photo
6504-330 *6504-330 Traveller. Cast iron has about 60 percent of red japanning left wheel numbered 0-24 inches good pointer open handle. Some spots of rust but overall pretty clean. Good JPR67 20 40 photo
6504-331 6504-331 Traveller. Unsigned Green River type -wooden handle -7 and a half inch diameter -metal cleaned but still has nice patina. Good plus DJS633 40 80 photo
6504-332 *6504-332 Lot of two travellers. Both unsigned one with open loop cast iron handle pitted traces of red paint rim ruled. And one with 8 inch wheel and wooden handle pitted rim ruled few dings in handle. Good - and better BJL101 20 40 photo
6504-333 6504-333 Double calipers. Wrought iron unsigned and smith made. Very light surface pitting no damage. 14 inches long. Good plus DJS216 50 80 photo
6504-334 6504-334 Hand forged double calipers. 17 inch long -looks smith made mostly clean and works smoothly. Good ESY45 30 60 photo
6504-335 6504-335 Set of brass trammel points . 1 and a half inch square brass bodies -7 inches long overall with iron points. Handforged locking wingnuts. One is stamped with user initials. Good plus BJL100 50 100 photo
6504-336 6504-336 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Later type with no patent dates has all parts except for rule. Nickel plating nearly complete very clean. Mounted on a STANLEY No. 68 folding rule. Good plus FNK67 60 120 photo
6504-337 6504-337 Lot of two brass trammel points. Both unmarked -one set smaller and square bodied with 2 inch steel points and pencil holder -some light tarnish. Other set larger and rectangular bodied with removable 1 and a quarter inch steel points and large knurled screws and user initials. Both on one keeper bar. Good and better NW906 30 60 photo
6504-338 6504-338 PUTNAMS improved cloth chart fabric rule in original box. The metal version is seen more often than this wooden version and this is the first wooden version in a box I have come across. It consists of a 20 inch diamond-shaped boxwood stem covered with specialized scales and sliding wooden jaws on nickel plated collars. Clean with only one or two dings. Cardboard box with blue interior is in several pieces dirty and stained and looks all there but do not hold me to it. Has the original instructions pasted to bottom of box dirty and with a few scribbles on it but complete. Good plus tool only DST636 50 100 photo
6504-339 *6504-339 Lot of STANLEY No. 3320 corrugated fasteners IOB. Five boxes each of which originally held 100 five eights x 5 fasteners in a larger box that originally held 8. Inside boxes are very clean larger box is worn and taped with good label. For the Stanley collector who has everything else. Good BHR337 30 60 photo
6504-340 *6504-340 PUTNAMS improved cloth chart fabric rule. Patented in 1907 and manufactured in Washington IA this gizmo measures the amount of cloth on a bolt without unwinding it. A few dings but metal calipers work smoothly and charts turn with no visible damage. Calipers have a few specks of paint. Good MHT12 30 60 photo
6504-341 6504-341 BRIDGE CITY AS-24 adjustable square. 24 inch long satin chrome plated blade fixed and rotating heads both rosewood. They are not making them any more but it would have cost you 139.00 new. Mint MDY93 100 200 photo
6504-342 *6504-342 Lot of two clamping tools. Small bench vise 1 and a half inch wide jaws extend to about 1 and a half inch long opening -unmarked but nicely made. And a STARRETT No. 161A machinists parallel clamp 2 inch jaws expand to 1 and a quarter inch wide -some rust spots -these are 59.00 new. Good NHN62 56 25 50 photo
6504-343 *6504-343 STANLEY No. 49 bit gauge IOB. Black japanning good looks unused. Box clean good label with only very mild wear. Good plus DOR66 20 40 photo
6504-344 *6504-344 BROWNIE MFG CO No. 44 C clamps IOB. 6 clamps in box that originally held a dozen iron clamps with 1 and a half inch opening -generally clean. Box has some dirt and some damage to top front flap -two seams split on bottom. Good SGN234 30 60 photo
6504-345 6504-345 Lot of two boxed English tools. A WODEN No. X190 doweling jig near mint in sliding lid finger jointed box with instructions. And a MACO patent template 8 and a quarter inches wide with brass fingers a little loss of nickel and box is worn but complete. Good plus and better. ACS18 21 40 80 photo
6504-346 *6504-346 STANLEY Nos. 191 and 192 rabbet planes. Japanning 80 percent on 192 60 percent on 191 both have sweetheart cutters but missing depth stops. Some rust especially on handles. Small chip in sole near throat of 191. Good DOR65 30 60 photo
6504-347 6504-347 FRANKLIN patented surfacing plane. Patented by George Franklin of Natick MA for the specific purpose of truing up cobblers die blocks. This is the earlier version with hand-stamped name. Depth stop has two old repaired breaks. 15 inches long a serious hunk of iron and good example of an uncommon patented special purpose plane. Good JRI1071 100 200 photo
6504-348 6504-348 STANLEY No. 78 duplex rabbet. Notched rectangle logo sweetheart mark on blade japanning nearly complete but looks repainted in some spots. Has depth stop and fence. Good plus NHN280 30 60 photo
6504-349 6504-349 ST. JAMES BAY jointer fence. Adjustable fence that fits all bench plane sizes from No. 3 to No. 8. Silicon bronze. 90.00 new never used includes extra knob. Mint MDY108 75 125 photo
6504-350 6504-350 SARGENT VBM No. 1068 combination match plane. Flips over to cut tongue or groove. Plating about 70 percent there some surface rust could use a cleaning. Good DOR84 50 100 photo
6504-351 6504-351 STANLEY No. 386 jointer gauge. Nickel has some wear and surface corrosion but complete. Good DT117 40 80 photo
6504-352 6504-352 Infill shoulder plane. 8 inch sole 1 and a quarter inch cutter. Steel body with japanned grooves in front of body. Rosewood infill in poor condition especially the wedge. I Sorby cutter decent. Sole and cheeks have small circular surface rust spots that could be easily cleaned. Good- JLA250 60 120 photo
6504-353 6504-353 Infill shoulder plane. Unsigned and looks user made. Cast body infill looks like black walnut 1 and a half inches wide. Mouth has been filed at an angle to open it and has a couple of chips. AUBURN TOOL CO. Thistle brand cutter. Good DST23 80 160 photo
6504-354 6504-354 BUCK infill coffin smoother. Unhandled with 7 and a half inch sole. Dark rosewood infill gunmetal lever cap marked with maker and 242 Tottenham Ct Rd -last three words are slightly overstamped. 2 and a quarter inch SORBY cutter. Small chip in throat surface rust and dings on body -light pitting on cheeks and sole -front bun has either major wear or a smoothed out chip in most of top. Good GAN346 150 300 photo
6504-355 6504-355 Infill shoulder plane. Unsigned and user made. Unusual design in which the iron body completely encloses the rosewood infill including the top. Brass lever cap with an extra tapped hole. Good PLH335 90 180 photo
6504-356 6504-356 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster Plane. Patent date on blade and plain cap screw so possibly Type 1. Fence rusty and looks like replacement as it does not sit in correct placement on body but has both nickers and depth stop. Japanning 75 percent light rust in a few spots. Good SGN268 80 160 photo
6504-357 6504-357 Lot of nine finger planes. Eight STANLEY No. 101 including an aluminum bodied one and an unmarked cast iron one grey japanned lever cap. Varying conditions but at least half are clean. Good and better FNK342 391-395 401 402 404 30 60 photo
6504-358 6504-358 STANLEY Nos. 98 and 99 right and left handled side rabbet planes. Both have patent date on skate which marks them as pre-1910. Nickel plating 50-60 percent on both some rust and the pair needs a really good cleaning. Good DT123 124 40 80 photo
6504-359 6504-359 STANLEY No. 15-one half block plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter 331 cast under lever cap. Some surface rust good japanning on lever cap. Good knob. Good PWY6 100 200 photo
6504-360 6504-360 STANLEY No. 65 low angle block plane. Looks like a Type 3 with knuckle joint lever cap. Has some paint and spots of rust on lever cap but nickel still overall good. Adjustable throat good japanning 80 percent. Would clean up nice. Good BKF145 40 80 photo
6504-361 *6504-361 Lot of two STANLEY block planes IOB. A No. 9 one quarter -later type with notched rectangle. Japanning good some rust on sole and one cheek. Box dirty stained and tattered but label 90 percent there. And a G12-247 made in USA no label on lever cap plain blue box missing two end flaps but plane in lightly used condition with only a few small spots of discoloration on sole and light wear on cheeks. Good DOR2 35 30 60 photo
6504-362 6504-362 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter Hand-ee grips on side nickel plating 70 percent some spots of rust. Good SGN549 40 80 photo
6504-363 *6504-363 STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane. Early type with SRandL in two arched lines on blade small thumbscrew. Throat and blade good a few scratches on sole. Japanning 80 percent with a few spots of rust but overall clean. Good plus BKF225 25 50 photo
6504-364 *6504-364 No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane. Looks like a Stanley but has a Jordan Germany circle logo on blade and the number 75 with line below it on the lever cap. Some pitting on cheeks japanning 80 percent lever cap and front nose part have chips but blade good. Good- FNK403 20 40 photo
6504-365 6504-365 VERITAS NX60 low angle block plane. Veritas top of the line block plane made of nickel-resist ductile iron with stainless fittings. Has the A2 cutter. A few very light scratches almost can not see them. The prettiest block plane you will ever see in near mint condition. 357.00 new. Fine MDY110 200 400 photo
6504-366 6504-366 Miniature plow plane. Unsigned and Im not sure if its a model or a working tool. 3 and a half inches long -body is two brass plates with rosewood infill -solid brass shoulder with rosewood fence slides on two steel rods with knurled locking screws -mounted on a wooden block. Not old but very well made. Fine MDY75 100 200 photo
6504-367 6504-367 STANLEY No. 95 edge trimming block plane. Type 2 japanning retouched a few chips in outside edge of fence below trademark and one very small chip in throat otherwise nice and clean. Good DOR44 40 80 photo
6504-368 6504-368 Handled skew rabbet plane. Unmarked but has nice attached handle that looks original to the construction two nickers and 2 and one eights inch blade. Some checks in body and mallet marks on toe. Horn on handle nice. Good SGN405 30 60 photo
6504-369 *6504-369 Gutter plane. Unmarked with 1 and three quarter inch MOULSON cutter 15 inches long with some wear and stains a few paint spots piece of wood wedged behind blade to keep it in place better. Tote horn may have been broken off and smoothed down long ago. Good BKF31 20 40 photo
6504-370 6504-370 SHENEMAN and BRO crown molder. A1 mark cuts 2 and a half inch ogee user names stamped into one cheek GREEN cutter some checks in body tote nice and overall an attractive plane. Good GFR6 60 120 photo
6504-371 6504-371 Pump log plane. At least thats what it looks like. Integral fence and cuts a 3 and a quarter inch hollow in planks that are fitted together to form a pipe. Unmarked except for a few user stamps tote horn has a reglued crack some staining on body. Ding in outside of fence a few spots of inactive worm otherwise nice. Good GFR4 40 80 photo
6504-372 *6504-372 E BALDWIN tongue cutting plane. Blade marked L WIGHTS and FOSTER plane has some discoloration and worn lacquer in spots wedge has chunk out of upper middle tote has light wear plane marked 1-one quarter and with user stamp. Good HMS16 25 50 photo
6504-373 6504-373 E. C. EMMERICH horned smoother. Hornbeam body with a dovetailed lignum vitae sole. Metal has surface rust plane has had some use and wear a couple of chips in throat some carving into the horn at base. Good- KMH3 30 60 photo
6504-374 6504-374 User-made grooving plane. Very unusual design with cast iron foot protruding 1 and a quarter inches below the sole with a ledge to serve as a depth stop. The cutter is included in the iron foot and cuts a half inch groove or rabbet. 7 inches long well designed and made for a special purpose. Plus a coachmakers rabbet with unusual stepped brass sole missing cutter and wedge. Good and better JRI326 328 60 110 photo
6504-375 6504-375 HNT Gordon smoothing plane. Made of Gidgee wood -8 and one eights inch x 2-5 inch body. Looks never used 2 inch blade. New one by this Australian maker would run you close to 220.00 US dollars. Comes with instruction pamphlet. Fine KMH2 100 200 photo
6504-376 6504-376 Lot of two specialized wooden planes. A coachmakers quirk router 16 inches long with brass sole plate and fence in very nice condition. And a coopers plucker with compassed sole big chips from sole and wedge. Good and better GFR258 100 180 photo
6504-377 6504-377 Lot of two specialized wooden planes. A coopers plucker with compassed sole manufactured by A. MACKENZIE of Aberdeen with a MATHIESON cutter. And a wooden bat-wing scraper user made well worn. Both in well used condition but no major damage. Good JRI330 464 50 100 photo
6504-378 *6504-378 Coopers howell. Used to cut a bevel around the inside of the barrel to fit the head. This one is unmarked with a Barton cutter 15 inches long and 5 inches wide 2 and a quarter inch curved blade. Some stains and remnants of paint a few cracks in curved plane body and a hang hole. Good- MRA40 20 40 photo
6504-379 6504-379 Coopers howell. Plane type handle brass sole and iron wear inserts spalled cutter. Good JRI329 50 100 photo
6504-380 6504-380 I. LUND handrail shave. London maker fully boxed blade and adjustable fence very nice arms. Blade has some rust and is unmarked but edge sharp. Nice. Good plus GAN59G 40 80 photo
6504-381 6504-381 Sun plane. 12 inches long with 2 and a quarter inch L and IJ White cutter. Body clean with some old chips from sole at toe throat has a few cracks and checks in body. Wedge may be replacement. Good ESY41 30 60 photo
6504-382 *6504-382 Continental style plow plane. Unsigned but clearly continental cutter marked JHW. Screw arms are fixed in the body and locking nuts recessed into the fence. There is a major chip on the outside just behind the rear arm but otherwise good with nice age. Good DBE1 20 40 photo
6504-383 6504-383 Core box plane. Unmarked. Nicely carved from boxwood with large knob and smooth ridges where it appears you can rest your hand in order to grip the plane with both hands. Some stains but overall in really nice condition. Good plus ESY39 40 80 photo
6504-384 *6504-384 Old womans tooth router. Boxwood rectangular body nicely made with brass plate that holds a quarter inch cutter. 5 inches x 3 and a quarter inches x 2 and a quarter inch body looks relaquered a few scratches on sole. Attractive. Good SPM251 25 50 photo
6504-385 6504-385 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 113 nosing plane. Cuts 1 and a quarter inch semi-circle double cutter. Nice clean condition with minor wear to wedges C mark. Good plus DST134 30 60 photo
6504-386 6504-386 Set of two J and J GIBSON astragals. A three quarters of an inch and a 1 inch one. Both nice clean condition with some minor stains and checks -user name deeply overstamped on heel -some damage to one wedge. Good HMS8 50 100 photo
6504-387 6504-387 ISRAEL WHITE moving fillester plane. Mark is not one listed in AWP. Its similar to mark G but stamps are in a different order. Multiple user stamps throughout the body and moderate wear or water damage to one side. Wedge chewed missing nicker and depth stop. Side of plane is boxed with rosewood couple of chips out of it and fence has some chips on its top side. Blade sharp. Good- HMS15 30 60 photo
6504-388 6504-388 Lot of three molding planes. Two side beads a half inch by BARRY and WAY and three quarter inch by D.O. CRANE. Both boxed some staining and checks in body wedges decent. And a skew rabbet with partial stamp - all that is showing is BROWN in script lettering not sure if it is J.S. or J.T. but wedge shape similar to J.T. BROWN profile in AWP -could be 4 stars if it is J.T no guarantees. User initials looks possibly polished or relaquered scratch on one cheek. Good MMY86 40 80 photo
6504-389 6504-389 Boxwood complex molder. Quirk astragal ovolo and bead 2 and a half inch total. Unsigned. 9 and a half inch pull rope hole and a plug that may be an old repair. Good plus DTN271 75 150 photo
6504-390 6504-390 Lot of three NY maker molding planes. An boxed ogee by COLLINS UTICA -2 stars a rabbet with two steel fences by A. HOWLAND -C mark 2 stars and an ogee by Z. J. M MASTER boxed with spring marks. Boxing good on both ogees fences on rabbet have some tarnish. Some scratches on Collins and Howland but overall pretty clean. Good and better MMY83 50 100 photo
6504-391 6504-391 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 152 reeding plane. Cuts four reeds with attached fence three holes drilled in side. C mark. Good DST216 50 100 photo
6504-392 6504-392 IRWIN auger bit set in original box. 10 bits -1 inch to a quarter of an inch -nine look original but a quarter of an inch looks like may be replacement and is marked Bluwin twice where rest are marked only Irwin. Label behind bits good on both top and bottom of box box has some scuffs and stains on outside. Bits look barely used - some spots of tarnish but mostly clean. Good plus ESY48 40 80 photo
6504-393 6504-393 Patented drill container. Two examples of the drill bit containers patented in 1902 by Thomas Abraham and assigned to the Morse Twist Drill company. Cylindrical with brass tops. One has several cracks the other in good condition. Good and better MAG26 100 180 photo
6504-394 6504-394 JENNINGS auger bits in box. Bits marked Wrights Jennings 13 bits from 1 inch to a quarter of an inch -very clean with only a couple spots of discoloration on a handful. Box nice with only minor wear and good hinges and latch. Good plus ESY47 40 80 photo
6504-395 *6504-395 Lot of 13 bits in holder. 1 inch to a quarter of an inch spur auger bits. Some are IRWIN and GREENLEE most are CLIMAX. In two-level bit holder with no lid hole in back so it can be hung on wall. Bits have some surface rust spots -holder has wear and paint. Good MRA39 30 60 photo
6504-396 *6504-396 Lot of seven large spur auger bits. 2 inch to a half inch in size. One R.B. CO. -one IRWIN -rest unmarked. 12 inches to 21 inches in length -most have spots of rust and pitting. Good HMS14 20 40 photo
6504-397 *6504-397 Set of IRWIN auger bits in canvas roll. 2 inches to a quarter inch all Irwin but one Greenlee. One has end dipped in red paint most clean with a few spots of rust on a few. Canvas dirty but complete. Good SGN68 30 60 photo
6504-398 *6504-398 Lot of bits. An IRWIN No. 22 micro-dial expansive bit seven eights of an inch to 3 inches in original box. Bit still has most of red paint on one end very little rust. Box has one split edge but has excellent top and side labels. Plus six auger bits in green canvas roll most GREENLEE one WINCHESTER. Canvas shows some age. Good and better SGN231 236 25 50 photo
6504-399 *6504-399 Lot of two GREENLEE expansive bits in original packaging. A No. 6 -seven eights of an inch -3 inch large setfast -in original box and inside original green sleeve -sleeve is stiff and cracking from age bit looks unused box in lightly worn condition. And a No. 900 bit 24 inch extension in original canvas sleeve seams have come apart on one side and end of sleeve and has 70 percent of original label tool looks unused. Good plus SGN232 25 50 photo
6504-400 *6504-400 Lot of various files. About 20 or so of various widths and grit flat and round largest is 12 inches. Some rust on a few. Good SSA165 10 20 photo
6504-401 *6504-401 KEEN KUTTER round bastard files IOB. 5 files in box that originally held one dozen. Files have some surface rust box has wear on edges but label at one end mostly intact and corners good. Good DST617 632-635 20 40 photo
6504-402 6504-402 Lot of three plane irons. Two by Bridge City marked block plane low angle block unused with original edge protection. Third is the same size 4 and a half inches long 1 and a half inches across but unmarked and wrapped in Ferro-Pak paper. Mint MDY105 115 116 50 100 photo
6504-403 6504-403 JOHNSTON combination brace wrench. Johnston received two patents for this combination tool which was manufactured by Peter Lowentraut of Newark NJ. This is the earlier rarer version marked only with the earlier 1894 patent. Loss of nickel and surface rust wood is worn but intact. Good PWY4 40 80 photo
6504-404 6504-404 Hollow auger. One I have never seen but clearly manufactured. Has a cast iron sleeve to hold the dowel which makes it unusually long and heavy. Surface grime and discoloration but looks complete. Different. Good CGD315 50 100 photo
6504-405 *6504-405 STILLMAN patent sawset. Earliest of the patented sawsets patented in 1848. This is the larger version with four adjustments which is much less common than the smaller version. Clean and complete. Good plus CGD340 30 60 photo
6504-406 6504-406 PERFECT HANDLE valve lifter wrench. 12 inch knife type handle small chip from end. Good CGD299 30 60 photo
6504-407 *6504-407 SARGENT perfect handle nut wrench. Marked with Ellrichs 1-14-96 patent and probably made by Peck Stow and Wilcox for Sargent 12 inch some chips from jaw. Good PWY3 20 40 photo
6504-408 *6504-408 Copper soldering iron. Looks only lightly used nice copper head with square wooden handle. Handle has small chip off end. Good plus HMS12 20 40 photo
6504-409 6504-409 Lot of two tire bolt wrenches. A STANLEY No. 1 red finish about 65 percent No. 1 and Stanley cast into body but the Y partially cut off. Wood knob stained but good. And a nearly identical one possibly the early version made by LEAVENS MFG CO but marked only -Pat Applied For with traces of japanning and some spots of rust particularly on handles. Wood knob worn. Good ESY43 125 250 photo
6504-410 *6504-410 Lot of two CLEVELAND TWIST DRILL CO Ezy-Out screw extractor sets No. 15 and 15A. Both in original wooden boxes with most of their original labels on lids. Both sets complete No. 15 has a few spots of surface rust No. 15A is clean. Good plus SGN259 30 60 photo
6504-411 *6504-411 HENRY BOKER saw wrest. All metal double sided no stop but not sure it had one. Some spots of surface rust. Good GRN25 30 60 photo
6504-412 *6504-412 Lot of two small sharpening stones. 4 inches x 1 and a half inches unmarked stone in dark stained hardwood box light use. And a CARBORUNDUM No. 118S Fine sharpening stone 4 inches x 2 inches in original box unused with stamp on stone still visible. Box has some wear and small spots of damage but overall good. Good and better SGN361 20 40 photo
6504-413 *6504-413 BROWN patented oilstone holder. Patented 4-26-1870 by Homer Brown of Hamilton IL. Stone is clamped between two legs and tightened with wingnuts. Appears to have original stone with some use. Legs have some wear and quite a bit of pitting one leg chipped. Wooden dowel connecting legs good. Good NW1371 30 60 photo
6504-414 6504-414 ATKINS back saw. 25 inches long steel backed nice clean handle with only a few small chips may be relacquered. Blade has light pitting a few spots of rust. Good ESY50 40 80 photo
6504-415 6504-415 DISSTON No. D-8 crosscut saw. 5-one half tpi. Good etch handle with thumbhole decent some chipping on horns spot of what looks like paint. Blade discolored with a few spots of rust. Good ESY52 30 60 photo
6504-416 6504-416 JAMES TURNER backsaw. 14 inch blade 18 tpi steel backed with three split nuts. Handle a little loose and large chip from underside of top horn. User intials stamped on both sides of handle. Some light pitting a spot or two of rust and a few scratches. Blade may have been cleaned up. Good HAN259 75 150 photo
6504-417 6504-417 DEANE and CO hand saw. Blade is marked Deane and Co. London Bridge and German Steel. There was a Deane and Co. ironmongers formed in 1700 but Simon Barley does not list them as a sawmaker in his encylopedic work. 14 inch blade 10 tpi London style open handle with split nuts no medallion handle has a split and chips from upper and lower horns. A rare saw. Good- WOL517 100 200 photo
6504-418 *6504-418 Handled stair saw. 6 inch blade with nicely horned body and handle. Some wear and a small chip from wood. Good GAN 20 40 photo
6504-419 *6504-419 Stair saw. 8 inch long good handle wood lacquer worn held in place with brass screws some deep scratches on one side. Good- HMS4 20 40 photo
6504-420 6504-420 Smith-made shave. Semi-circular blade 2 and a half inches across. Arms are 8 inches long folded around wooden handles. A nice primitive tool. Good plus DJS202 50 100 photo
6504-421 6504-421 KEEN KUTTER drawknife. 8 inch blade ebony handles. Metal has been cleaned and KK mark is faint but still legible. Very sharp. Good plus DJS200 60 100 photo
6504-422 6504-422 Lot of two open scorps. 4 inch and 4 and a half inch blades 4 inch one with replacement copper collars the other plain. Handles nice on 4 inch and look relaquered but worn in one spot other handles are stained but no major damage. Some pitting on 4 inch blade and needs resharpened other has filing marks and user name engraved into it. Good DST614 653 30 60 photo
6504-423 6504-423 Lot of two open scorps. Unmarked 4 and a quarter inch across blades one more curved than the other. Handles decent one pair looks like replacement handles and other are stained with some wear. Blades have some pitting and rust but edges clean and sharp. Good DST654 655 30 60 photo
6504-424 6504-424 SANDUSKY grasshopper router. Cuts two narrow parallel grooves for bell wire or weatherstripping. Cast iron cross piece holds two wooden handles on either side. Clean and nice example of an uncommon gizmo. Good plus DJS106 100 200 photo
6504-425 6504-425 Lot of two mystery tools. Both manufactured but unsigned. One appears to be a hand-held vice with jaws locked by a sliding ring. The other has a flat brass disc with a slot closed by rotating the handle. Good ALV147 540 40 80 photo
6504-426 6504-426 Lot of five bicycle wrenches. Two by MOSSBERG a No. 74 and a No. A-1 two by BARNES TOOL CO. and a BILLINGS and SPENCER. All in generally good conditon with some surface rust and dinging to jaws. Good and better ALV159 287 289 60 120 photo
6504-427 6504-427 Lot of four quick-adjusting wrenches. Two sliding-collar types both 6 inches long one marked Solingen Germany the other has a mark that looks like SUL. A Helix 8 inch stainless steel wrench patented in 1971 very clean but the thunb-activated slide is rusty. And a 5 inch wrench with a trademark that is partly obscured but looks like C.C.B. nickel about 50 percent. All work smoothly. Good and better ALV134 564 658 50 100 photo
6504-428 *6504-428 Lot of two pliers. Cutting pliers patented by William Bernard and manufactured by the WILLIAM SCHOLLHORN Co. of New Haven based on his 9-25-94 patent and one based on his 5-6-90 and 7-19-92 patents. Clear markings and very clean. And a set of Parrot Head pliers patented in 1920 and manufactured by the PARROT HEAD TOOL CO. of Oklahoma City no connection to Jimmy Buffet nickel about 50 percent. Good and better ALV110 155 277 25 50 photo
6504-429 6504-429 Unbreakable multi-tool. Combination quick-adjust wrench hammer and pry-bar covered by a 1954 design patent and manufactured by the G.M. Co. of Long Island City NY. 8 and a half inches long like new. Fine ALV485 50 100 photo
6504-430 6504-430 ELGIN Adjustable Alligator wrench. Patented in 1897 and manufactured by the Star Manufacturing Co. of Carpentersville IL this is the 7 inch version and is marked Compliments of Old Style Maple Syrup. Nickel plating is nearly complete with a couple of missing patches at the jaw -works smothly. Good plus ALV92 40 80 photo
6504-431 6504-431 Dowel threader. Unmarked but this gizmo has to be manufactured and probably patented. Different size bushings were inserted so that dowels could have threads cut by the adjustable blade. Japanned and in very nice condition. Good plus ALV632 40 80 photo
6504-432 *6504-432 COES bicycle wrench. 5 inches with oval handle marked Coes on one side 12-24-01 patent and Made in USA on other side of jaws. Works smoothly. Good plus ALV282 15 25 photo
6504-433 *6504-433 SCHOLLHORN cutting pliers. Patented by William Bernard and manufactured by the WILLIAM SCHOLLHORN Co. of New Haven based on his 5-6-90 and 7-19-92 patents. Clean with clear markings has majority of nickel plating work smoothly. Good plus ALV155 15 25 photo
6504-434 6504-434 Combination bicycle wrench and pliers. Center adjusting bicycle wrench with the wrench body forming one leg of a pair of pliers. Has a French name that is hard to read. Some surface corrosion but works smoothly with good jaws. Good ALV288 40 60 photo
6504-435 6504-435 Lot of six center-nut bicycle wrenches. Various makers shortest is a Junior No. 1 by FRANK MOSSBERG. Jaws mostly good with some dinging all work smoothly. Good and better ALV29 98 123 149 296 319 60 120 photo
6504-436 6504-436 KIBBON KATCH-KWIK adjustable alligator wrench. Patented in 1929 by Joe McKibbon and manufactured by the MCKIBBON UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. of Nashville TN -Schulz No.693. The circle in the middle of the body can be turned with the thumb to partially close the jaws. This is the 18 inch version and is marked with the manufacturer and Patent Pending. Surface oxidation but works fine a very uncommon and gizmoish wrench. Good plus ALV458 60 120 photo
6504-437 6504-437 Combination nut and pipe wrench. The name cast into the side looks like -Bonhill but it is worn so I can not be sure. Also says -Sure-Grip Wrench and -No. 1 Patented. Jaws tighten with a nut on the end of the handle has a hole through it to insert a pin to help. 11 inch long -good nickel plating. Good plus ALV279 50 100 photo
6504-438 6504-438 BEMIS and CALL combination wrench. 15 inch long-nut version of the wrench based on William Bemis 1873 patent. Dirty and surface rust and grime obscures the name small chip to the side of the pipe wrench jaw insert a tight crack in the wooden handle. Works smoothly. Good ALV271 40 80 photo
6504-439 *6504-439 Lot of three S-shaped wrenches. A BEMIS and CALL 10 inch adjustable an unmarked 12 inch double box end -probably smith made and a double-ended alligator with a chip broken out of one end. Good ALV579 20 40 photo
6504-440 6504-440 Patented fencing tool. Patented in 1873 by Henry Gore of Goshen IN as a staple puller the manufactured version also included a hammer head to make it a more convenient fencing tool. 9 inches long. An uncommon tool. Good plus ALV397 40 80 photo
6504-441 6504-441 CARLL Patent combination wrench. Patented in 1913 by Addison Carll of Pennsylvania. The jaw can be removed and reversed for use as a nut or pipe wrench. Marked with the patent date and -P.T. Co. 10 inch surface rust but works smoothly. Good ALV256 50 100 photo
6504-442 6504-442 WALDEN-WORCESTER ratcheting wrench. Patented in 1909 by Frederick Walden -Schulz No. 150 this is the square nut version. Nickel is near perfect stamped with patent date. Good plus ALV105 60 120 photo
6504-443 6504-443 Ratcheting wrench. This thing has to be patented but theres no mark on it. A round ratcheting head with wagon nut type jaws closed with a knurled wheel. There is a clear plastic edge on the handle. Jaws a little chewed up but works very smoothly. Good plus ALV264 60 120 photo
6504-444 6504-444 Wagon wrench. Unmarked but definitely manufactured jaws tighten with a large wingnut on the end. 8 inch long good nickel plating but slightly pitted works smoothly. Good ALV263 40 80 photo
6504-445 6504-445 Lot of two adjustable wrenches. An unmarked BAY STATE quick-adjusting monkey wrench Schulz No.476 patented by Frederick Walden in 1904 8 inch jaws a little sprung but works smoothly. And a self-adjusting HELLER BROTHERS Masterwrench Schulz No.328 the 6 inch size worn but working. Good ALV120 261 50 100 photo
6504-446 6504-446 Self-adjusting pipe wrench. Patented by Frederick Walden in 1920 and manufactured by W-W Mfg. Co. which Walden formed after selling Walden Manufacturing. The production model is considerably simpler than the patent and lacks the adjustable jaws but its clearly marked with the patent date. Some nickel loss and surface corrosion. Good ALV261 60 120 photo
6504-447 *6504-447 Lot of two self-adjusting wrenches. A 10 inch unmarked one -a few spots of tarnish but jaws work smoothly. And one marked -Made in Germany and No. 1 Self-Adjusting Wrench. 6 inches long -a few dings -jaws work smoothly. Good ALV177 269 25 50 photo
6504-448 6504-448 Lot of two EIFEL plierenches. One early Eifel-Flash version marked with Eifels original 1916 patent and sold by the Flash Sales Co. of Chicago in a leather pouch and one later version marked with both patents and sold by American Plierrench Co. of Chicago in a burlap pouch both in nice clean condition with extra jaws. Good plus ALV109 464 80 160 photo
6504-449 6504-449 Lot of two center-nut motorcycle wrenches. A 7 inch BILLINGS and SPENCER and a Girder Major No. 93 by JOSEPH LUCAS of England. Grimy but no rust and work smoothly. Good ALV512 30 60 photo
6504-450 6504-450 SHARK adjustble alligator wrench. Patented in 1910 and manufactured by RICHARDS MFG. CO. of Aurora IL -Schulz No.23. This is the 8 inch version with nickel loss and surface rust but good jaws and no damage. Good ALV278 50 100 photo
6504-451 6504-451 Lot of two wooden mallets. Octogonal shaped one with a 6 inch x 3 and a quarter inch head painted red white and grey with good handle. And a larger round head one 9 inches x 4 inches -some dings and wear cracks on either side of where the handle passes through the head but has nice patina and plenty of life left in it. Good NHN244 246 35 70 photo
6504-452 *6504-452 Lot of two rectangular wooden mallets. An older very worn one with large chips especially on top staining and traces of tar on body and handle. And a cleaner one some wear and light staining but no major damage light stain spots user initials stamped in it. Both are approximately 7 inch x 4 inch heads. Good- and better HMS11 30 60 photo
6504-453 6504-453 Lot of five hammers. Three ball peen two unmarked one STANLEY with remnants of label on handle some wear and staining on handles. And two small claw hammers one with Plumb mark on handle and Phila Tool Co on head other is smaller unmarked with 3 inch wide head and 8 inch long handle. Both nice. Good and better NHN323 328 30 60 photo
6504-454 6504-454 PETERS patent lasting hammer. Patented 1-22-78 -marked with incorrect date by Patrick Peters of Natick MA. Includes an awl on the poll side to make a starter hole for wooden shoe pegs. Doesnt include the spring found on some examples around the awl. Head well used original worn handle. Good- CEB4803 80 160 photo
6504-455 6504-455 Lot of two hammers. HAMMOND No. 1 cobblers hammer in fine condition and an unsigned ice hammer. Both have good solid handles that appear original. Good plus CGD283 284 40 80 photo
6504-456 *6504-456 Lot of three claw hammers. A square head with a long ago broken tip of one claw thats smoothed over a round head both unmarked in used condition. And an adjustable head with spring-activated lever marked Taiwan on handle. Good- and better PNG27 10 20 photo
6504-457 6504-457 Lot of two strap hammers. Larger one with 13 inch handle is smith made and somewhat crude straps held on with old square head bolts smaller one with 10 inch handle is more finely made and could be manufactured has an -0 stamped in the side. Old handles metal cleaned but still nice patina. Good plus DJS203 60 120 photo
6504-458 6504-458 THAYER Patent combination tool. Good example of the combination hammer rule screwdriver and pry bar based on Thayers first 1862 patent. Metal has been cleaned and has some light pitting one locking screw is a modern replacement. A tool with a high gizmocity factor. Good DJS213 80 160 photo
6504-459 6504-459 ELKHART BRASS MFG CO fire hydrant wrench. Marked Spanner Tool and made of aluminum. Shows only light use. Good GRN26 20 40 photo
6504-460 6504-460 Chisel. Very unusual design. The chisel is s-shaped 18 inches long with a half inch blade like a turning or parting chisel but instead of a handle it is fitted into a wooden case so that the edge just protrudes from the end. I think the case was not for storage but was to be used in lieu of a handle possibly with the idea of giving the turner more surface to grip and better control. The chisel itself is marked Richardson Maker Uppingham and the cast has brass plates at both ends but the one at the cutting edge has broken off with part of the wood the broken part is included. Good- THF326 50 100 photo
6504-461 6504-461 Adze. Unmarked with some surface pitting but still quite clean decent handle with chip out of the end. Head is a little over 8 inches long. Good HMS13 20 40 photo
6504-462 6504-462 Lot of books and reprints. Woodworking Planes by Alvin Sellens 1978 edition book has a little bit of water damage in one corner dust jacket has some tears and stains. The Stanley Catalog Collection 1855-1898 the 1989 publication with clean pages and dustjacket ok. And Otto Young and Co. Stearns and Co. Stanley 1888 price list Stanley 1874 Tools and Hardware catalog Stanley 1867 price list and Stanley No. 102 catalog reprints and reproductions all fairly clean with some having a bit of wear on covers. Good BCN201B 30 60 photo
6504-463 6504-463 STEWART SPIERS planes tool print. Print of seven Spiers planes with separately matted caption. Framed and matted. 15 and a half inches x 18 inches. Some scrapes to frame. Good plus LBD683 50 100 photo
6504-464 6504-464 Lot of tool catalogs. A Frost and Barrett Autumn 1962 Tool Catalog thats a little dirty and bent and a Buck and Ryan Tools for the Woodworking and Building Trades Edition T from 1963 with a little wear. And three related catalogs involved in a merger -John Rabone and Sons Catalog No. 31 from February 1960 that is bound in a folder with original complimentary copy letter and includes a retail price list booklet James Chesterman and Company 1962 catalog and a Rabone Chesterman Limited Catalog No. 1 from July 1963 -the first catalog since the merging of John Rabone and Sons and James Chesterman and Company. Good PLH261 60 120 photo
6504-465 6504-465 STANLEY TOOLS by John Walter. Paperback second edition. Near mint looks unused only a few small dings and scuffs on edge of cover. Pages crisp and clean. Good plus DORB1 100 200 photo
6504-466 6504-466 Lot of woodworking books. Shop Drawings of Shaker Furniture and Woodenware Volumes I and II Colonial Furniture Making for Everybody Making Mechanical Marvels in Wood Wheelmaking- Wooden Wheel Design and Construction The Art of Making Elegant Wood Boxes Making Shaker Furniture 52 Weekend Woodworking Projects and How to Build Shaker Furniture. All in like new or gently used condition. How To Build Shaker Furniture and Colonial Furniture Making for Everybody have some staining on cover. Good BCN210A 35 70 photo
6504-467 6504-467 Dealer lot of five wood levels. A 14 inch DISSTON and SONS No. 27 immaculate in user made wooden sleeve. A 24 inch BAKER-MCMILLEN Eclipse. A 24 inch GOODELL-PRATT later softwood model but very crisp. And two STANLEYS -a 24 inch No. 3 with third sweetheart and a 28 inch No. 5 with early mark and level vial probably replaced. All vials wet. As is no returns. Good and better SGN304 75 125 photo
6504-468 6504-468 Dealer lot of four sheet metal levels. All resemble those made for various users by ACME LEVEL of Cleveland. A 15 inch level with rotating inclinometer vial marked by MARSHALL-WELLS HARDWARE nice condition with some of its original gold paint. A 26 inch triple-vial model marked DIAMOND EDGE 50 percent japanning And two 24 inch models with star cutouts both with no visible mark a wide model painted red and a narrow model with about 50 percent japanning and some dents. All vials good. As is NO RETURNS. Good SGN547 60 100 photo
6504-469 6504-469 Dealers lot of STANLEY levels. Two No. 38-one half one sweetheart with most of its nickel and yellow vial and one with patent date on top and nickel 80 percent. Two No. 39 oil burner levels one with end broken and japanning badly worn and the other with good japanning. Three torpedo levels a No. 259 and No. 269 and a Defiance No. H1293 all with light to moderate wear. And a No. 39-one half Type 1 with about 60 percent japanning. All vials wet. As is, no returns. Good- and better BHR401 100 200 photo
6504-470 6504-470 Dealers lot of wooden spokeshaves. Seven straight shaves and one curved. Four have brass wear plates including the curved. Most are fixed blades two have brass thumbscrews. None are marked besides one stamped Cast Steel. Varying conditions many have stains and some wear most in good used condition. As is NO RETURNS. Good HAN523 40 80 photo
6504-471 6504-471 Dealers lot of hammers. Four tack hammers including one marked Watersons Detroit and one PEXTO. One SIMMONS claw and one MASTER MECHANIC claw. A small bronze mallet and a bronze hammer made by LIXIE. And four rock hammers including one by SHAPLEIGH and one by STANLEY. 12 total. Most in good shape some have paint and rust. Majority of handles good. As is no returns. Various NWVarious 30 60 photo
6504-472 6504-472 Dealers lot of calipers and dividers. 15 total mostly calipers. 9 STARRETT 1 MILLERS FALLS 3 BROWN and SHARPE and 3 LUFKIN. 3 and a half inches to 13 inches in size -includes spring and friction joint. Some rusty -many clean. As is NO RETURNS. Good- and better MHT16 60 120 photo
6504-473 6504-473 Dealers lot of STANLEY block planes. 10 total. Three No. 120 two early types and one later two No. 110 one a 5a with star cap other with plain lever cap. A Defiance with most of red sticker on lever cap. A No. 118 a Handyman H102 and two No. 220 both Type 2. All have partial japanning only a couple have more than 70 percent japanning. Rust on a few blade on one 220 is chipped but rest look good. As is no returns. Good- and better BHR482 50 100 photo
6504-474 6504-474 Dealers lot of plane parts. Totes knobs wedges maybe a blade or two in various conditions. Might be a saw handle in there as well. For both wooden and metal planes. About 25-30 total parts. As is no returns. Various MMY87 50 100 photo
6504-475 6504-475 Dealers lot of molding planes. 23 total. About 10 have no maker names rest have makers such as AUBURN A. HOWLAND D. MALLOCH T. HALL GREENFIELD UNION FACTORY MOSELEY and SON D. COPELAND. Both compound and simple cuts many have boxing a few have paint and one has broken wedge. Varying conditions but many are clean. As is no returns. Various MMY85 50 100 photo