The 6601 Auction ended Sunday, September 11th, 2016.

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6504-001 6601-001 BRIDGEPORT store display board. For screwdrivers with Neoprene cushion grip and 50 percent greater turning power. Yellow painted board has wooden blocks attached with hinges to hold the screwdrivers through the slots. Brightly colored with blue red and bright neon orange lettering. Light wear on the edges and a few small scratches but otherwise still bright and nice. Good plus  VTD240 50 100 photo
6504-002 6601-002 STANLEY No. 902 tool set. Good solid box outside label gone but inside decal intact. Has 13 tools out of original 20 and most not original. Good No. 3 with sweetheart mark on cutter and intact tote decal. Good SGN178 90 180 photo
6601-003 6601-003 WM MARPLES and SONS infill shoulder plane. Cast steel body rosewood infill 1 inch sole with very tight mouth. Marples is stamped on the wedge and it also has a Marples cutter with plenty of iron left. One long chip from the side of the wedge user stamps on wedge and a few spots of surface rust otherwise it is in very clean condition. Good plus JRI127 125 250 photo
6601-004 6601-004 STEWART SPIERS infill bench plane. Dovetailed steel body with rosewood bun and open handle tote 8 inch straight sided sole 2 inch Marples cutter gunmetal lever cap with small Spiers Ayr mark. Appears to be an example of the Improved Pattern No. 7 but not marked as such. Tote has been reglued so well it is almost invisible and has some slight chipping at end. Some light surface rust. Good GAN267 175 325 photo
6601-005 6601-005 Infill bullnose plane. Unsigned solid brass body rosewood wedge thirteen sixteenths inch sole. Unusually decorative profile. Mild dinging. Good DSD28 60 120 photo
6601-006 6601-006 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet. Made in USA. Throat good sweetheart mark on blade nickel plating 80 percent with some wear. Good ACS116 45 90 photo
6601-007 6601-007 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Fenced version. Notched rectangle mark on both blades. Very clean with only a couple small spots of rust. Good plus DOR184 40 80 photo
6601-008 6601-008 STANLEY No. 79 Side rabbet plane. Later fenced type. Absolutely immaculate like it was never used but missing one cutter. Good SGN453 35 70 photo
6601-009 6601-009 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet. Type 1 with proper cutter marked with patent dates nickel about 60 percent. Good REW1361 40 80 photo
6601-010 6601-010 Lot of two STANLEY No. 75 bullnose planes. One with sweetheart on cutter japanning 60 percent the other with notched rectangle japanning 90 percent surface rust on both. Good SGN264 40 80 photo
6601-011 6601-011 Lot of two miniature planes. An aluminum block plane equivalent to a Stanley No 101 marked Foster and produced by FOSTER MFG. of Buffalo and a unmarked violin makers plane with gunmetal compassed sole and handle. Good SGN621 60 100 photo
6601-012 6601-012 Lot of two brass instrument makers planes. One with compassed sole and seven eighths inch toothed cutter and a flat soled one with eleven sixteenths inch cutter that was toothed but now straight edge. Both have ebony infills glued in behind the cutter and ebony wedges with different pattern stamps. Throats roughly cut. Good WOL688 30 60 photo
6601-013 6601-013 Brass router. Handmade and gracefully shaped 4 inch across blade held by decorative thumbscrew. Good plus DSD4 50 100 photo
6601-014 6601-014 Brass router. Unmarked and probably user made graceful winged shape 4 inch across cutter with light rust held by wing nut that looks ground down. Good SGN452 30 60 photo
6601-015 6601-015 S.H. POTTER screw arm plow plane. Potter was a hardware dealer in Terre Haute IN whose mark rates three stars in AWP. The plane is marked 101 and was probably made by Ohio Tool Co. Beech boxed tip of tote reshaped moderate chipping to threads nuts intact slightly spalled OTC cutter. Potter mark is faint. Good DJS18 90 180 photo
6601-016 6601-016 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 104 screw arm plow plane. Clean example of OTCs solid boxwood plow. Threads have minor chips some checks in body and right hand grip tote nuts have dings but uncracked. Some minor chipping in front of throat and wear on one fence arm original OTC cutter. Good plus GAN280 125 250 photo
6601-017 6601-017 Screw arm plow plane. Likely made by MATHIESON and SONS as it has a Mathieson cutter and the wedge fits into a channel in the tote which is characteristic of Mathieson. Uncommon in that it has a decorative curled up toe on the skate and a locking brass wingnut on the depth stop. Red beech turned finials unusually coarse threads. Some overall dinging however has moderate chips and cracks on nuts and user names on body. Unusual. Good JRI55 125 250 photo
6601-018 6601-018 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 96 and a half screw arm plow plane. Nice clean example threads undamaged tight check in one nut and some wear in wedge cutter spalled. Good REW538 120 240 photo
6601-019 6601-019 M. COPELAND unhandled screw arm plow plane. Solid beech plane with unusual elongated nuts and fine thread on screw arms. One inner nut missing and wedge worn. Wm. Ash cutter. B mark. Good- REW472 60 120 photo
6601-020 6601-020 Boxwood unhandled screw arm plow plane. Unsigned but elaborately turned nuts and shoulders resemble the work of J. Hannan of Watertown. Tillotson No. 4 cutter. Big reglued crack in one arm otherwise super clean and very attractive. Good DJS81 100 200 photo
6601-021 6601-021 G.W. DENISON unhandled plow with three star mark. Rosewood with boxwood nuts. Threads near perfect wedge chewed up but original Ward and Payne cutter. Besides Denisons A mark it is marked with New York hardware dealer Cassebeer Reed and Co.s A mark which rates three stars. Both marks overstamped by owners mark but still clear. Good plus SGN429 200 400 photo
6601-022 6601-022 Double marked unhandled plow. Rosewood or dark mahogany body fence and nuts. Boxed. Inner nuts have cracks and have been supplemented by a second set of nuts of more common wood. Threads have significant chipping. Good wedge and clean Sandusky cutter. Nice clear marks from SCIOTO WORKS A mark and St. Louis hardware dealer F.C. SCHMIEDING and CO. A1 mark. User stamp on side skate rusty. Good SGN426 100 200 photo
6601-023 6601-023 MATHIESON moving filletster plane. Boxed very clean condition brass depth stop. Clearly marked with Mathiesons crescent moon mark on toe. Fine DSD23 120 200 photo
6601-024 6601-024 Wedge arm plank groove plane. Unmarked 18th century style. bone wear plates in sole reinforced with original cast iron bolts. Providence Tool Co. cutter spalled. Good plus REW602 60 120 photo
6601-025 6601-025 Lot of three European horned planes. One is a KKOEST and KOLONG patent plane others unmarked all with WEISS cutters and inactive worm. All have moderate wear and age. Good SGN373-375 30 60 photo
6601-026 6601-026 Decoratively carved fore plane. 17 inch long with intricate floral and turnip carvings. Plane made by W. SARJENT of Reading England and carvings may be a user modification but are definitely old. Tote ok plane shows wear and paint flecks 2 and a quarter inch cutter slightly spalled. Good DSD35 50 100 photo
6601-027 6601-027 Wooden plane with saw blade. Appears to be designed to cut rabbets with a movable fence and double cutters but also has a saw blade mounted along the edge to score the wood. That the double cutters and the heavy axe type handles makes me think it was used for heavy or dense stock. Unsigned and solidly built. 18 inches long. Good DSD67 60 120 photo
6601-028 6601-028 Set of coachmakers rabbet planes. Unsigned 5 inch compassed soles one flat and one concave tailed handles. Good DSD50 60 120 photo
6601-029 6601-029 Set of coachmakers fluting planes. Left and right handed with curved integral fences squirrel tail handles and partial bone sole plates. Unsigned. Good plus DSD41 60 120 photo
6601-030 6601-030 Lot of two wooden routers. Both have old womans tooth cutters held by hand forged brass wingnuts. One is D shaped 8 inch across with brass sole plate the other is rectangular 11 inch x 4 inch stamped W. H. Moyer and Son Hatfield PA. Good and better DSD6 42 60 120 photo
6601-031 6601-031 SANDUSKY handled nosing plane. I mark 1 star double irons cut 1 and a quarter inch round. 14 inch long total tote and wedges have some wear and light chipping on edges but overall good with age. User stamps on toe and heel. Good HAN392 30 60 photo
6601-032 6601-032 STANLEY No. 12 and a half veneer scraper. Later type with sweetheart mark on cap screw. Unmarked cutter. Surface rust throughout japanning 90 percent sole has some chips but screws not poking through. Good SGN309 60 120 photo
6601-033 6601-033 STANLEY No. 11 beltmakers plane. Cutter has extensive surface rust and can not read the logo japanning 90 percent with some crackling a couple of dings in the handle but intact. Good SGN283 60 120 photo
6601-034 6601-034 STANLEY No. 11 beltmakers plane. Type 3 vee mark on cutter lever cap lever is pitted good handle. Good REW1407 60 120 photo
6601-035 6601-035 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Type 2 with graceful slope to body 85 percent japanning some surface rust on body and unmarked cutter. Handles good. Good HAN361 30 60 photo
6601-036 6601-036 SARGENT NO. 408C bench plane. Some light pitting original cutter with mark partially obscured good original tote and knob. Good plus DJS94 50 100 photo
6601-037 6601-037 SHELTON bench plane. A super clean example of the 1932 MacAller patent which claimed to replace the classic Bailey adjustment mechanism with a single long screw. Generally mocked by users but interesting looking and every collection needs at least one. You will look a long time for a cleaner one. 9 inch sole. Good plus DJS2 50 100 photo
6601-038 6601-038 SARGENT Hercules No. 1408 smoothing plane. From Sargents low cost Hercules line marked on cutter. Tote reglued. Good REW175 30 60 photo
6601-039 *6601-039 Modified SARGENT plane. Someone has turned a No. 79 rabbeting and filletster plane into a bullnose rabbet. Some japanning blade sharp. Good- SGN782 25 50 photo
6601-040 6601-040 Lot of two WINCHESTER planes. A No. 3025 corrugated jack plane 14 inches long with Stanley lever cap and notched rectangle blade. Japanning 70 percent knob has dinging and tote has tip missing. Numbers 10 and 11 stamped into cheeks. And a No. 3004 smoothing plane 9 inches long surface rust on body japanning 80 percent light dinging to knob and tote. Good- and better FNK128 129 40 80 photo
6601-041 6601-041 Lot of two jack planes. A STANLEY No. 5C with aluminum handle patent date on cutter japanning 80 percent some toolbox dinging. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 14 extremely clean with nearly complete japanning except for a few chips along top of cheeks tall knob and tote good. Good and better DST285 295 30 60 photo
6601-042 6601-042 STANLEY No. 193 fibre board plane. Includes body and slitting cutter attachment. Japanning 90 percent. Minor wear on tote and knob. Good RSR107 30 60 photo
6601-043 6601-043 STANLEY No. 604C Bedrock smoothing plane. SR and L mark on cutter which has been sharpened down a bit flat top sides japanning nearly complete tall knob good tote has repaired crack. Some light dinging to body. Good RSR77 60 120 photo
6601-044 6601-044 STANLEY No. 72 chamfer plane. Patent date on cutter repainted knob and tote have moderate wear and some initials stamped. A few small chips from edge. Overall clean. Good ESY42 100 200 photo
6601-045 6601-045 STANLEY No. 604C Bedrock smoothing plane. Flat top sides vee mark on cutter body has some wear and rust pitting japanning may be retouched. Knob and tote look like replacements. User initials on one cheek. Good- RSR100 75 125 photo
6601-046 *6601-046 STANLEY Foursquare household jack plane. Japanning 70 percent some dings and scrapes on knob and on tote but has about 80 percent of original label. Sweetheart mark on cutter. Good RSR94 20 40 photo
6601-047 6601-047 STANLEY No. 3C bench plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter tall knob japanning 85 percent. Some dings and small chips on cheeks tote has tip sheared off. Good- DST235 30 60 photo
6601-048 6601-048 STRATTON BROS. level. Uncommon type with double plumb vials fully brass bound but with no brass lips on the side views. 26 inch mahogany otherwise looks like a No. 1 but unmarked. Good plus SGN608 60 120 photo
6601-049 6601-049 Lot of two STRATTON BROS. No. 1 levels. A 26 inch rosewood with a replaced level vial and a 30 inch mahogany. Wood has some dings. Good and better SGN611 80 140 photo
6601-050 6601-050 DISSTON No. 70 level. Uncommon example of Disstons full brass bound narrow mahogany level. 24 inches long and 2 inches tall. Very clean with a few minor scratches. Good plus SGN577 60 120 photo
6601-051 6601-051 STRATTON BROS. No. 11 Level. Mahogany 24 inch fully brass bound original vials brass has some tarnish good stock. Good plus SGN567 40 80 photo
6601-052 6601-052 TOWER and LYON level with pop up sights. 30 inch unbound mahogany level with brass tips and the pop up sights patented by Charles Woods. One works smoothly the other is stuck but could be loosened. Stock has rounded edges and minor dinging and has been refinished. Good SGN615 80 160 photo
6601-053 6601-053 AKRON Eclipse level. No. 6 with laminated stock Akrons distinctive protected vials both intact 24 inch brass tips refinished rounded edges. Good plus SGN617 40 80 photo
6601-054 6601-054 STANLEY No. 21 level. The No. 21 is one of Stanleys most attractive and least common levels full brass bound rosewood and manufactured in 1908-09 only. This one is 30 inch and very clean minor dinging but no real damage but it needs a new level vial the one it has is replaced and dry. Good REW344 60 100 photo
6601-055 6601-055 HELB patent inclinometer. Patented and manufactured by Edward Helb of Railroad PA and often mistakenly identified as a railroad level. All original some tight checks in the stock dial has some staining compass needle does not move. Good SGN581 100 200 photo
6601-056 6601-056 MILLERS FALLS cast iron level. Nice example of the 24 inch version of the decorative Millers Falls design. All vials wet no chips in the rails or web japanning good. Good plus SGN575 60 120 photo
6601-057 6601-057 PETERSON patented level. Nice example of the uncommon level patented in 1891 by Charles Peterson of Marinette WI. The upper part of the stock was designed to provide protection for the vial and a handle. Found both with a curved upper part as shown in the patent and the less common rectangular shape. Plumb vial replaced and dry and missing cover plate. Good SGN636 100 200 photo
6601-058 6601-058 Lot of four uncommon levels. A sweetheart era STANLEY No. 3 with good label a combination 18 inch rule level and plumb by RULEVEL of Glendale CA marked Pat. Pending a Devil Level also marked patent pending dirtier than most I have seen. Plus an unmarked and unruled 4 inch wooden level that we are throwing in. Good and better SGN582 30 60 photo
6601-059 6601-059 Lot of two English rule levels. Both 12 inch. One is by E. PRESTON and SONS and is unusual in that it is also a shrinkage rule with an early Preston mark rulings worn but still legible. And a near fine example by J. RABONE and SONS clearly marked with Harry Rabones original 1898 patent for the vial container copy enclosed. Good plus SGN770 100 200 photo
6601-060 6601-060 Lot of three British levels. A 9 inch ebony with rounded ends and brass feet by E. PRESTON and SONS. And two torpedos a RABONE No. 1626 8 inch mahogany and a 9 inch rosewood marked W. M. McMaster Belfast. McMaster is a hardware buisness founded in 1896 and still in business today. Good plus SGN767 90 150 photo
6601-061 6601-061 Lot of two 12 inch mahogany levels. One by L.L. DAVIS full brass tips plumb vial appears to have slipped down in the stock which has rounded edges but no damage. And one with a fancy plumb surround that is unsigned but Im sure is English missing both of its vials. Replace the vials and you have got a nice level. Good- and better SGN771 70 130 photo
6601-062 6601-062 Early combination rule level. 12 inch boxwood rule with level vial signed by T. BRADBURN and SON. Bradburn was a rulemaker who worked in Birmingham in the 1840s. The earliest example of this type of level I have seen. 1 and a quarter inch high and near fine with a couple of minor stains. Good plus SGN769 100 200 photo
6601-063 6601-063 Uncommon DISSTON torpedo level. No. A11 aluminum frame almost complete label 9 inch. Good plus SGN768 35 70 photo
6601-064 6601-064 Lot of STANLEY pocket and machinist levels. Two No. 40s with cast iron top plate three No. 41s with sheet brass top plate all in unusually nice condition with original clamping screws. Two No. 46s both Type 2 japanning about 50 percent one has replacement screw. A No. 38 and a half Type 2 nickel about 80 percent and a No. 39 and a half Type 1. Nine total. Mixed SGN467 468 469 100 180 photo
6601-065 6601-065 Lot of 6 DISSTON Keystone wood turning tools. Matching handles includes parting tool spear tip skew angle 2 gouges and round nose. All have keystone stamp on blade and maker on collars. Light wear on handles and some staining blades mostly clean. Good HAN374 60 120 photo
6601-066 6601-066 Lot of 7 gouges. 1 and a half inch to a half inch in width. Most unmarked but one marked GREAVES and one HARLEY. Handles vary in condition one with crack one or two stained majority are good. Good HAN299 60 120 photo
6601-067 6601-067 Lot of six BUCK BROS. turning tools. Diamond parting tool two round nose chisels two gouges one crook neck and 1 inch flat chisel. From different sets but all clean and sharp with good handles. Good and better SGN760 60 120 photo
6601-068 6601-068 WITHERBY framing chisel. 1 and a half inch blade 19 and a half inch long a few dings in the blade that do not affect the edge. Decorative ash handle that may not be original but is very nice with rawhide striking end. Good plus SGN755 45 90 photo
6601-069 6601-069 WITHERBY corner chisel. Cuts seven eighths inch corner 18 inch long nice ash handle that looks original and has no damage. Good plus SGN756 40 60 photo
6601-070 6601-070 BUCK BROS. 1 and a half inch gouge. Socket handle 15 and a half inch long has previous owners name stamped on handle. Good plus SGN752 30 60 photo
6601-071 6601-071 Bark spud. Has A. White cast into blade 18 inch wide good walnut handle. Good plus DSD74 40 80 photo
6601-072 6601-072 WINCHESTER bench chisel. Bevel edged 1 inch blade is near mint socket handle has some wear but intact. Good PLH150X 30 60 photo
6601-073 6601-073 Lot of four BUCK BROS. chisels. Two 1 and a half inch bench chisels from the same set one firmer and one bevel a 1 and a quarter inch bevel and a half inch paring. All sharp and clean with good copper ringed handles the ring on the 1 and a half inch bevel edge has slipped. Good and better SGN761 60 120 photo
6601-074 6601-074 Lot of two corner chisels. An OHIO TOOL CO. with 1 inch edges a few spots of pitting but overall clean with nice handle. And one marked HART MFG CO with curved 1 inch edges with some chipping handle loose surface rust. Good- and better DST459 489 45 90 photo
6601-075 6601-075 Lot of 8 chisels. 2 inch to quarter inch in width including 2 inch BUTCHER and 1 three quarters inch STANLEY and 1 and a quarter inch WITHERBY. Other makers include MASTER MECHANIC LAKESIDE OAKLEAF KEEN KUTTER SAMSON. Blades mostly clean with sharp edges handles have varying degrees of wear. Good HAN303 60 120 photo
6601-076 6601-076 Lot of four crank neck gouges. Three by MARPLES seven eighths inch 1 inch 1 and one eighths inch. And one three quarters inch by HOWARTH. 1 inch Marples has chip on end others ok. Handles all different styles with some wear and staining blades have some light pitting. Good ACS121 50 100 photo
6601-077 6601-077 Lot of 12 chisels in canvas roll. Half inch GREENLEE. 1 inch-1 and a quarter-1 and three quarters inch ERIK ANTON BERG. Half inch and three quarter inch CRAFTSMAN. Five STANLEYs from five eighths inch to 1 and a quarter inch and one 1 and a half inch unmarked. Canvas roll has staining and paint and some holes. Blades mostly clean handles in varying conditions but most good. Good HAN377 50 100 photo
6601-078 6601-078 Set of 5 bevel edge chisels. 1 and a half inch STANLEY No. 60 and four similar WARDS MASTER chisels 1 and a quarter inch to a half inch in width. Edges good with some discoloration spots handles have light wear in dirty canvas roll. Good HAN378 30 60 photo
6601-079 6601-079 Lot of WARD butt chisels IOB. New old stock. Six one quarter inch plastic handle chisels. Chisels appear unused with factory edge box clean and intact. Fine MLR22 150 250 photo
6601-080 *6601-080 MILLERS FALLS chisel set. Looks like a No. 107 set but label mostly worn off. Blades have some surface discoloration handles have light age wear. Sliding lid dovetailed box ok with stain spots. Good HAN307 25 50 photo
6601-081 6601-081 Lot of three STANLEY No. 39 dado planes. Quarter inch half inch and seven eighths inch. Japanning looks repainted on the half inch others have 70 percent. Seven eighths inch missing both slitters some surface rust on the quarter inch. Good- and better RSR82 89 91 75 150 photo
6601-082 6601-082 Lot of two bench planes. A MILLERS FALLS No. 90 smoothing plane japanning 70 percent knob and tote have some wear and tote has some chewing of wood. Light pitting. And a STANLEY No. 3 with notched rectangle mark on cutter and lever cap japanning 90 percent light dinging to wood some pitting on sole and a few spots of rust. Good FNK126 145 40 80 photo
6601-083 *6601-083 STANLEY No. 5 jack plane. Vee mark on cutter japanning 70 percent tote tip has chip wear on knob could use a cleaning. Good BKF143 25 50 photo
6601-084 6601-084 Lot of two STANLEY rabbeting planes. A No. 378 weatherstrip and rabbet plane includes fence rods and one depth stop. Japanning near complete back edge of tote scraped. Notched rectangle mark on cutter. And a No. 192 missing depth stop has sweetheart mark cutter possibly repainted. Good RSR76 50 100 photo
6601-085 6601-085 STANLEY No. 13 circular plane. Post 1879 model with riveted sole. Patent date on cutter. Japanning 70 percent throat good. Light pitting and rust in a few spots. Good RSR101 40 80 photo
6601-086 6601-086 STANLEY Victor No. 20 and a half circular plane. Vee mark on cutter japanning 80 percent some spots of surface rust. Good RSR74 60 120 photo
6601-087 6601-087 STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter. Unlike most scrub planes this is in decent condition with 85 percent japanning and minor rust. Some dinging to knob and tote. Good FNK125 35 70 photo
6601-088 6601-088 FALES patent combination plane. Basic body with one fence and one cutter japanning 75 percent surface rust on fence cutter and rods. Wood has light dinging. Good JRI779 100 200 photo
6601-089 *6601-089 BUCK BROTHERS 9 inch smoothing plane IOB. Clean looks never used includes instructions. In clear plastic bag that discolored metal slightly but can be cleaned off. Current price for new one is 30 dollars. Good plus VTD241 15 30 photo
6601-090 6601-090 RECORD No. 044 Plough Plane IOB. Introduced by Record in in 1930s 8 inch long later model with the screw type blade adjustment and knurled locking screws. Includes rods and four of the original eight cutters. Minor nickel loss. Box tattered but complete with good label. Good MLR19 60 100 photo
6601-091 6601-091 JIFFY fibreboard plane IOB. Marked with Chalmers Patent No. 422596. Bronze sole looks barely used holes on one side for some sort of attachment not present. Box badly damaged and squished with what looks like a large lacquer stain and some holes. Has 1 cent and 2 cent British postage stamps on one corner. Good ACS43 40 80 photo
6601-092 6601-092 DUNLAP No. 3182 smoothing plane IOB. 9 inch long plane with red painted knob and tote and red lever cap screw. Some wear of paint on top of knob but tote good. Japanning good metal clean. Box has a few split seams and some wear label ok. Good FNK652 30 60 photo
6601-093 6601-093 Lot of three STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 42 saw set mint with box in good condition except for red price written on lid. A No. 75 rabbet plane made in USA notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning 95 percent a few light spots of rust box slightly dirty with good label. And No. 138 level sights mint with good box and label but label is slightly askew on front of lid. Fine DST598 599 600 50 100 photo
6601-094 6601-094 STANLEY No. 75 rabbet plane IOB Made in England. Japanning 95 percent box decent metal clean. Good plus RJR48 30 60 photo
6601-095 6601-095 Lot of three STANLEY No. 45 Combination Planes. Two Type 8s and a Type 11 All are missing short rods cam rests cutters and miscellaneous other things. Overall loss of nickel surface rust and dings in tote. Includes a couple of beading stops and a screwdriver. Parts planes sold as is without returns. Fair SGN323 324 327 80 120 photo
6601-096 6601-096 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 15 with third sweetheart on skate. Short rods only no beading stop rear depth stop or slitter or cam rest one cutter only. The wood has all been replaced by very well made rosewood copies of the original. Metal is dirty with some nickel wear but no major peeling. In a sliding lid user made box. Good- SGN773 80 140 photo
6601-097 6601-097 SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plane. Later version with No. 2 cast into skate. All original parts some minor pitting on a couple of locking screws. Minor damage to two part beech and rosewood skate tote is immaculate. In user made sliding lid box. Includes 13 cutters plow and beading and one tongue cutter in smaller user made box. Good plus SGN241 100 200 photo
6601-098 6601-098 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 3. Rivet missing from tote front depth stop short rods beading stop missing replaced knob on rear depth stop slitter. Body has been lacquered user intials. One cutter. Good SGN281 90 180 photo
6601-099 6601-099 STANLEY No. 41 Millers Patent plane. Type 5 missing filletster bed and fence no cutters. Light surface rust japanning worn good tote. Good - SGN410 60 120 photo
6601-100 6601-100 STANLEY No. 46 Combination Plane. Type 12 missing rear depth stop and slitter single cutter crack in knob. Good- SGN623 40 80 photo
6601-101 6601-101 Lot of STANLEY No. 45 cutter sets. A nearly complete regular set with adjustment notches including seven beaders eight plows and the sash cutter in original box no decal with replaced lid. An unnotched set of six plows three beaders and tongue cutter in original box no decal with replacement slitters stapled to side and bottom coming loose. And a unnotched set of seven plows five beaders and tongue cutter in original box no decal. Surface rust but all are sharp and undamaged. Good SGN774 50 100 photo
6601-102 6601-102 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane parts. Short rods cam rest and a set of 23 notched cutters looks like a regular set in a user made sliding lid wooden box. Parts only no plane. Good SGN759 60 120 photo
6601-103 6601-103 M CRANNELL set of evens hollow and round planes. Six sets 18 16 14 12 8 and 4. Planes and blades generally clean with the exception of the number 8 hollow blade that needs small chip honed out and scratching to soles and some staining to number 4. All have user stamps and at least 3 sets have the same user stamp. Good RYP313 100 200 photo
6601-104 6601-104 OHIO TOOL CO hollow and round pair. Marked 8 on heel and number 72 and same user name on toe. 1 and a half inch wide cutters wedges and edges on round plane are slightly chewed. Good RYP314 30 60 photo
6601-105 6601-105 Lot of two sets of hollow and round pairs. Three fourths inch pair by H. CHAPIN UNION FACTORY marked 10 on heel a few stain spots. And a seven eighths inch pair by J DENISON a few spots of inactive worm and a couple light scratches otherwise clean. Good RYP315 40 80 photo
6601-106 6601-106 J.P. COOK molding plane. 3 star Detroit maker from 1850 to 1863 ogee marked seven eighths on heel spring marked. Has some age stains user stamps but overall in decent shape. Good GAN278G 30 60 photo
6601-107 6601-107 Lot of two D.R. BARTON molding planes. A five eighths inch boxed quirk ogee spring marked boxing has a couple of chips a few dings on the body. And a side ogee also marked five eighths on heel a few stains and small scrape otherwise nice. Good TKY132 30 60 photo
6601-108 6601-108 Lot of two planes. A handled groove plane by A and E BALDWIN no cutter iron fence has some rust. And a dado plane by AUBURN TOOL CO. with a few stains and light wear but overall clean. Good HMS19 30 60 photo
6601-109 6601-109 ATF MASTER AMERICAN childrens tool chest. 19 and a half inch x 7 x 4 and a half inch wooden chest with lid that opens into one main compartment. Inside is 6 inch saw small VAUGHAN sportsmans axe 5 and a half inch horned plane two German zigzag rules and one marked Made in USA basic unruled wooden square. Small claw hammer two unmarked block planes and two miniature tool sets one tied to paper that includes roughly 6 inch various tools and other is 1 inch brass tool advertising set for AMERICAN ECONMOBILE in red plastic sleeve. Chest has some wear and staining rust on locks and hinges. Childs name scratched into lid. Good SGN800 30 60 photo
6601-110 6601-110 STANLEY No. 852 tool cabinet. Cabinet only no tools. Has only the sweetheart plaque on front no drawer but rest looks original. Large chip from rear upper left corner. Some light wear and dings no key. Good- BHR402 40 80 photo
6601-111 6601-111 MORSE twist drill set. Set of eight drills housed in a cylindrical mahogany container with 1902 patent metal top manufactured by the Morse Twist Drill and Machine Co. of New Bedford MA. Contains two concentric circles of holes holding eight bits each one from a half inch to nine thirty-seconds of an inch and one from a quarter inch to one sixteenths inch. The large bits are all there and all but one marked by Morse the smaller ones are more of a mixed bag. Wood near fine spots of rust on metal. Good plus SGN510 100 200 photo
6601-112 6601-112 Lot of two CLEVELAND DRILL No. 26 bit sets. In original wooden twist containers. One complete set other has 5 bits. Complete set has highly worn label partial set has good label. Good HAN380 30 60 photo
6601-113 *6601-113 Lot of drill bits and punches in wooden containers. Unmarked complete set of drill bits in container 20 total. Container has some wear and staining and slightly warped so does not fully close. And STARRETT No. S264 center punches 8 total with most of original label on outside of container. Good HAN384 25 50 photo
6601-114 6601-114 BRYAN CORCORAN LTD brass whatsit. Two heads with holes and a sliding knife edge between them. Corcoran was a manufacturer of millstones and a wire weaver and I think metal was forced through the holes to make wires. Just a guess. 8 inch long in good condition and very different. Good plus PLH11X 60 120 photo
6601-115 6601-115 Lot of three brass meter covers. Two are NEPTUNE METER CO one is THOMSON METER CO. One Neptune has had clock retrofitted inside and just needs a battery other empty. Thomson has reading dials for Pittsburgh Equitable Meter Co. All are roughly 3 inch across and mounted on wood plaques. Good HAN251 252 260 40 80 photo
6601-116 6601-116 NEW HAVEN CLOCK CO. eight day travelers clock. Appears to date from the 1920s. In a folding 4 and a quarter inch leather case. 2 and a half inch diameter round face with sweep second hand. Leather has significant wear and split seams clock mechanism runs smoothly and keeps good time. Good PLH136X 60 120 photo
6601-117 6601-117 LENK alcohol torch. Fully brass with wick under screw off cap attached by chain. No handle. Small octagonal thumbscrew fuel opening. Cast Lenk on base. Looks barely used a few small dings on body. Good plus HAN295 30 60 photo
6601-118 *6601-118 KEUFFEL and ESSER drafting pencil lead pointer. Marked patent applied for minor paint loss and surface rust. Good SGN363 20 40 photo
6601-119 *6601-119 GOODELL CO. white mountain apple peeler. David Harvey Goodell invented the apple peeler in 1864 and started Goodell Company and later went on to become Governor of New Hampshire. One of Goodell Co.s products was this White Mountain apple peeler. Cast iron body has surface rust wood handle good still turns and works well. Good RDL2 25 50 photo
6601-120 *6601-120 Patented whatsit. Patented April 13 1886 and with a second non US patent date it has a hollow needle with a spring loaded plunger. Possibly for sewing seed sacks. 9 and a quarter inch long with a wooden handle. Light surface rust. Good SGN765 20 40 photo
6601-121 6601-121 GARRETTS BLACK DIAMOND handmade felling axe head. Single bit 4 and a half inch. Garretts Black Diamond is one of the many trademarks used by the Welland Vale Co. of Ontario. Name is both stencilled and engraved head appears near mint. Fine PLH182X 60 120 photo
6601-122 6601-122 MAJESTIC LOCK CO patented Lockaid tool IOB. Wooden dovetailed sliding lid box marked Made Expressly For Majestic Lock Co. 6 Murray Street New York City N.Y. Inside is the aluminum Lockaid tool gun approximately 4 inch x 4 and a half inch marked with patent 1997362 for which I can not find much on. Gun looks new or barely used has envelope with a few picks inside and a pick in the gun as well. Also has typed up instruction sheet. Similar Lockaid guns are still manufactured and run you roughly 50 dollars new. Good plus TKY126 40 80 photo
6601-123 6601-123 Lot of two promotional items. A STANLEY sweetheart logo belt buckle marked patent pending as well as with the address of Alvin Sellens and Number 280 out of 500. Made of brass 2 inch x 3 and one quarter inch nice condition. And a cast plastic ironworker figurine made to look like brass holding a miniature 3 inch wrench made of aluminum and marked J. H. WILLIAMS and CO. Good ESY65 30 60 photo
6601-124 6601-124 GOODELL PRATT No. 160 clamp on vice. Part of the Toolsmith line and just the thing when you need a temporary vice. 1 and a half inch jaws that meet smoothly with no lateral play red japanning on jaws worn but rest is intact good decal. Good plus PLH52X 50 100 photo
6601-125 6601-125 THOMAS HUDSON badger plane. Popular in England the badger plane has the ability to cut a deep rabbet with its skewed edge but longer jack plane size. This one is 17 inch long with an IBBOTSON cutter tote has chip off end marked 2 and three eighths on heel. Good BKF170 30 60 photo
6601-126 *6601-126 AUBURN TOOL CO nosing plane. Sharp 1 and a quarter inch curved cutter and sole some checks in body especially around the tote some wear and staining paint flecks. Tote ok. Good HMS20 20 40 photo
6601-127 6601-127 SANDUSKY toted rabbet plane. 1 star I mark with 1 and a quarter inch skew cutter sharp double nickers a few chips and stains side tote partially inlaid and tote and wedge have light wear. Overall fairly clean and nice. Good ESY55 40 80 photo
6601-128 6601-128 R WRIGHT crown molder. Three star Philadelphia maker from 1793 to 1797 ogee beak ogee pattern with cut measuring 3 and a half inch and plane measuring 4 and a half inch across including fence. Rope hole in toe cutter marked W DAWSON body has some chips especially on cheek edges and fence. Blade has light pitting and not a spot of rust so may have been cleaned at some point or is replacement. Some age checks in body tote lightly chewed underneath tip but still good. Black marker number on sole that can be cleaned off.  Good ESY40 100 200 photo
6601-129 6601-129 N. CHAPIN and CO panel raiser. Eagle Factory marked No. 199 on heel good tote and body pretty clean except for a few stain spots age checks and a couple small chips including one at throat. Both fences work smoothly boxing ok blade marked but cant make it out due to pitting and could use sharpening. Good ESY53 50 100 photo
6601-130 6601-130 Tap and matching screwbox. Half an inch diameter. Box is 4 and a half inch x 1 and three quarter inch with a cover on two pins. You would have needed a clamp or vise to use it. Well made and stamped F. Hodge. Good SGN491 30 60 photo
6601-131 6601-131 Old womens tooth router. Wood and brass 8 inch x 2 and five eighths inch brass and steel knurled adjustment knobs. Five eighths inch wide cutter. Nicely made. Good plus SPM261 30 60 photo
6601-132 6601-132 Lot of two coffin planes. A 10 inch long one marked B SHENEMAN. C mark 1 star 1 and an eighth inch cutter marked BALDWIN TOOL CO slight cracks where wedge meets plane user stamps. And a 8 inch one by AUBURN TOOL CO with properly marked 2 inch cutter that has pitting wedge chewed at top some staining and overall wear. Good HMS18 30 60 photo
6601-133 6601-133 Lot of three transitional planes. A 20 inch long SIEGLEY with marked blade and USNPS on toe. Green paint on body particularly on heel blade rusty wear and scrapes to wood japanning 70 percent. A 15 inch No. 3416 by SARGENT some staining to knob and tote some cracks at throat japanning decent some rust on blade. And a STANLEY No. 127 Liberty Bell tote tip broken off and has been smoothed over knob has wear heavy wear to toe of plane japanning 60 percent. Good- HOO2 30 60 photo
6601-134 *6601-134 STANLEY NO. 27 and a half transitional jack plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter with some surface rust but has Type 8 stamp on toe tote has some chipping and wear knob ok with minor scratching some chipping on wood bottom. Japanning 90 percent. Good DOR239 20 40 photo
6601-135 6601-135 GAGE TOOL CO. No. 2 patented bench plane. Decent example of the pre Stanley Gage patent design in the 9 and a half inch size. Applewood body has some dings but no major damage small chip from end of tote but metal plate intact tight crack in knob. Good REW231 60 120 photo
6601-136 6601-136 Handmade roughing plane. 1 inch wide sole 12 and a half inch long with file screwed to underside to serve as the roughing mechanism. 1 and a half inch tall front knob and 4 inch x 8 inch triangular tote. Mahogany stain. Different. Good HAN318 30 60 photo
6601-137 6601-137 Sun plane. Unmarked with 2 and one eighth inch wide AUBURN cutter 13 inch long. Age checks in body hanghole behind blade two holes on sole that may have been for fence attachment. Sole has grooves from use. Good HAN313 30 60 photo
6601-138 6601-138 Lot of two coffin planes. A 9 inch long one marked E.W. Ordway which is likely user stamp 1 and five eighths inch MOULSON BROTHERS cutter nice ebony diamond inlay on both cheeks near toe rosewood wedge some rust spots on cutter. And a 7 inch one by SANDUSKY TOOL CO marked Ogontz Tool on the toe and Sandusky on the cutter looks like a repair in front of throat rear strike button has a chip some rust on cutter. Good- and better SSA255 256 30 60 photo
6601-139 6601-139 CHATILLON Peerless meat tenderizer. Patented in 1915 the two rows of pointed teeth can tenderize the toughest meat and the spring loaded bar pushes the meat off the teeth. Just the thing for your next barbecue. Light surface rust and japanning 70 percent. Good SGN763 30 60 photo
6601-140 6601-140 Crimping wheel. Boxwood and brass 6 and a half inch long. This is one of those tools thats just way prettier than it needs to be and a pleasure to hold. Good plus SGN778 50 100 photo
6601-141 6601-141 Lot of two CARBORUNDUM sharpening stones. A round sportsmans stone in original leather pouch snap is torn out but present and a No. 66 knife sharpener covered by design patent D91979 good handle with decal 95 percent intact. Both fron the Carborundum Co. of Niagara Falls. Good SGN777 40 80 photo
6601-142 6601-142 Lot of two leather workers tools. Circle cutter and creasing tool both clean with nice handles. Good SGN779 30 60 photo
6601-143 *6601-143 Bridgeport tool handle in leather sleeve. Six tools in handle screws have chips some light rust on collar overall toolbox dinging. In leather belt attachment sleeve with some wear and spots of white paint. Good HAN365 25 50 photo
6601-144 6601-144 Lot of two race knives. Both 1 and a quarter inch round and roughly 7 inch long with brass ferrules some staining on handles blades fairly clean. Good SGN804 30 60 photo
6601-145 6601-145 Unsigned race knife. Handle looks like walnut single blade type 6 and a half inch overall. Good plus SGN734 40 80 photo
6601-146 6601-146 Unsigned race knife. Double bladed handle looks like walnut with a few dings in it 7 inch long. Good plus SGN735 60 100 photo
6601-147 6601-147 Lot of three tool handles. A GOODELL PRATT 3 inch nickel plated handle where chuck fits into body for storage and pushbutton lock. Comes with two flat head and an awl bit. STANLEY No. 305 and 306. No. 305 is clean with 12 tools notched rectangle mark slightly worn. The 306 has staining on handle only one tool. Good- and better SGN809 40 80 photo
6601-148 6601-148 Lot of two STANLEY No. 2 Excelsior tool handles. Both with 8 bits in handle one more worn with dirty bits and missing chuck pin other more clean and complete. Both with traces of japanning. Good- and better SGN808 40 80 photo
6601-149 6601-149 Tool handle. Unmarked 6 and a half inch long with heavy brass screwcap and rosewood body knurled chuck. Has 9 bits some tarnish on chuck. Good SGN810 30 60 photo
6601-150 6601-150 Lot of three ratcheting screwdrivers IOB. A MILLERS FALLS No. 620A shows only light use and masking residue on handle box has many split seams and pieces that have come off. Comes with additional chuck and bits in wood container. Plus two YANKEE a No. 30A and 130A. 130A looks near mint with original bit envelope and 3 bits 30A has one bit and paint specks on handle. Both boxes have light wear and 99 percent of original label. Good and better SGN799 50 100 photo
6601-151 6601-151 Lot of four reciprocating screwdrivers and drills. Older types without automatic return. One manufactured by F A. HOWARD and based on Allards patent an example of the automatic screwdriver manufactured by the GOODELL BROS. before the formation of Goodell Pratt mark and patent date almost completely worn off and a NORTH BROS. No. 33H reversible. All work smoothly some wear to handles. Good SGN705 50 100 photo
6601-152 6601-152 GOODELL PRATT No. 747 valve grinder. I know its hard to get excited about a valve grinder but this is one of G-Ps less common tools 17 and a half inch long with an unusual rack and pinion lever activated motion. Light surface rust works like a charm. Good plus SGN754 30 60 photo
6601-153 6601-153 Lot of two Yankee reciprocating screwdrivers. A No. 131A made by North Bros. pre Stanley and a Stanley No. 130A. The No. 131A near mint the No. 130A has a worn handle but works smoothly. Two ideal workhorses and perfect users. Both with Phillips bits. Good and better SGN704 40 60 photo
6601-154 6601-154 Lot of three JOHN S. FRAY tool handles. Two with rosewood handles one unmarked but near mint with 10 tools and one marked with tight crack and three tools. And one boxwood marked by Bridgeport Hardware Co. with nine tools. Good and better SGN298 90 150 photo
6601-155 6601-155 Sailors marlinspike. That is my guess anyway. 4 inch long with a heavy brass point and a decorative wooden handle. It is clearly designed to be pushed by the palm. Good plus SGN750 40 80 photo
6601-156 6601-156 Folding multi tool. These gizmos advertised as vest pocket tool kits became popular in the early 1900s and were made by several manufacturers. This one is unsigned and includes eight tools that fold out from the D ring that serves as the handle. Mild surface corrosion 3 inch across. Good PLH191X 60 120 photo
6601-157 6601-157 GOODELL PRATT No. 231 pocket screwdriver IOB. Four bits stored in handle the cap reverses to form the chuck. A clever design and one of G Ps less common tools. Tool is near mint box is heaviliy taped but mostly intact with readable label. Good plus SGN456 40 80 photo
6601-158 6601-158 Lot of three adjustable combination squares. Two by STANLEY No. 21 modern version with slight japanning loss and good scratch awl plus an uncommon No. 122A with double sided level. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 1200. Latter two have more rust and missing their scratch awls. Good and better SGN721 60 120 photo
6601-159 6601-159 Lot of four STANLEY No. 21 adjustable squares. A modern 12 inch with notched rectangle mark in mint condition and three older versions with stippled handles and no scratch awl 12 inch with vee mark and 9 inch and 6 inch with sweetheart. The older ones have some surface rust 9 inch is worst but all clearly readable and usable. Good and better SGN239 60 120 photo
6601-160 6601-160 Lot of two adjustable squares. A 12 inch L.S. STARRETT No. 16 R GRAD ruled in 50ths and 100ths of an inch as well and 32nds and 64ths very clean and an unsigned 12 inch metric rule marked only Made in USA mild surface rust missing scratch awl. Good and better SGN716 40 80 photo
6601-161 6601-161 STARRETT protractor and center finder. No. 490C double bevel protractor and inclinometer mounted on a No. 4 12 inch rule with a center finder also marked Starrett. Japanning on the protractor about 60 percent rule and center finder near fine. Good SGN718 80 160 photo
6601-162 6601-162 Lot of two UNION TOOL CO. adjustable squares. A 6 inch with center finder japanning 90 percent mild pitting on rule scratch awl missing and a 12 inch with grey japanning blank spot in the casting for a level vial but never had one. Good SGN715 60 100 photo
6601-163 6601-163 Lot of three STANLEY No. 20 try squares. A 7 and a half inch with vee mark and two 9 inch one with sweetheart and one with block Stanley mark. The last has some corrosion on the blade but the other two are very clean all have good handles. Good and better SGN493 40 60 photo
6601-164 6601-164 Two sets of STANLEY trammel points. No. 2 Type 1 super clean except that someone has drilled holes through the screws and inserted bars to provide greater leverage actually a pretty good idea. And a No. 1 also Type 1 more worn with short point on one and pencil clamp. Good SGN743 30 60 photo
6601-165 *6601-165 Set of brass trammel points. Square brass bodies 1 inch square one marked T and L. 4 inch long with steel points one thicker than the other. Well made. Good plus SGN744 20 40 photo
6601-166 6601-166 Set of STANLEY No. 2 trammel points. Type 1 crisp and clean points not marked. Fine SGN458 30 60 photo
6601-167 6601-167 STANLEY No. 3 trammel points. Type 3 nice clean set with marked points and pencil holder. Good plus` SGN725 30 60 photo
6601-168 6601-168 Lot of two adjustable inclinometers. One Made by UNIVERSAL MANUFACTURING CO. of New York with a sheet metal base and rotating brass level vial assembly. Other is unmarked but typical of those made by Athol Machine and Standard with a slot for a missing rule Good and better SGN292 60 100 photo
6601-169 *6601-169 STANLEY No. 2 combination bevel and try square. Near mint in the very uncommon 4 and a half inch size. Fine SGN732 25 50 photo
6601-170 6601-170 NICHOLS Take Down Square. Originally copper clad but with a lot of wear and oxidation. Has Nichols rafter layout tables. Also marked 100 B. In original leather sheath worn but intact. Good SGN706 50 100 photo
6601-171 6601-171 SOUTHINGTON HARDWARE takedown square. A little light surface rust on back side with rafter tables otherwise nice and clean. Hang hole probably not original. Cam locking mechanism that could use some lubrication slot a little chewed up. Good SGN717 60 120 photo
6601-172 6601-172 Lot of eight metal rules. Various makers including STARRETT and GOODELL PRATT. All steel except for one unsigned brass sector rule. Includes a MERCER film rule apparently used to measure the cells in a strip of film. Good and better SGN738 50 100 photo
6601-173 6601-173 Lot of four folding brass rules. Three LUFKIN No. 1085s of different eras and an unsigned one. All two fold two foot. All at least good one of the Lufkins is near mint. Good and better SGN737 40 80 photo
6601-174 6601-174 STARRETT No. 22 Drill Gauge with Extras. Mounted on a 12 inch Starrett rule used to grind drill points to a 59 degree angle. Also includes two Craftsman trammel points that clamp to the bottom of the rule not a great design as they tend to tilt. Good SGN720 40 80 photo
6601-175 6601-175 Solid metal slide rule. 12 inch long. Half an inch by five eighths of an inch cross section solid brass and ruled in inches. One side has a slide in it made of darker metal. It is stuck and I do not want to force it. Marked J.H. McCabe Jr. There was a J.H. McCabe in New Jersey who made a gasoline level indicator so maybe this was used in the early days of cars to measure fuel tank capacity. Different and in nice condition. Good SGN740 40 80 photo
6601-176 6601-176 Lot of three calipers. Dancing legs 2 and a half inchs marked Compliments of Snap On Tools plus two sets of outside friction calipers by UNION TOOL and L.S. STARRETT. Good plus SGN457 60 100 photo
6601-177 6601-177 Dancing legs calipers. Unmarked well made 4 inch. Good plus DSD5 60 110 photo
6601-178 6601-178 CAMPBELL patent rule attachment. Deceptively simple tool that clamps onto a rule to make it into a square using a cog locking lever made of brass which has patent date stamped on it. Similar to the Boyes patent but much less common. Fine SGN731 50 100 photo
6601-179 6601-179 STANLEY No. 2 three angle tool. Converts any rule to a square or bevel. Later version marked with William H. Stanley 1911 patent. Near mint. Fine SGN459 80 160 photo
6601-180 6601-180 Lot of two brass plumb bobs. A KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 6481-6. 6 inches long. And an unmarked 3 and three quarter inch long model with integral reel that is likely a STANLEY No. 2. Both in near mint condition. Fine SGN465 60 120 photo
6601-181 6601-181 Brass plumb bob. Unsigned 5 inch long with steel tip onion shaped heavy brass with some dings. Good HMS 30 60 photo
6601-182 6601-182 Lot of 6 plumb bobs. All brass but one. Most conical a few knurled one by GENERAL HARDWARE but rest unmarked. 3 inch to 5 inch in length. Most have light tarnish and some dinging but a couple are in nice shape. Good NW828 839 851 852 857 861 50 100 photo
6601-183 *6601-183 Lot of four plumb bobs. Two 4 inch octogonal including one marked GREAT NECK one cylindrical and one conical one with knurling. Some tarnish and wear on all. All steel. Good BSR725 25 50 photo
6601-184 *6601-184 Lot of three plumb bobs. Two green painted conical steel ones 3 and a half inch long. And a round brass one nearly 2 inch across. Good BSR726 25 50 photo
6601-185 6601-185 Lot of two plumb bobs. One large 6 inch cylindrical one steel with light rust spots and user initials stamped. And 4 inch one marked Compliments of Baroid Sales Department National Lead Company with various types of lead names on each side. Good NW1170 1261 30 60 photo
6601-186 6601-186 Lot of three saws. Two DISSTON one with etch that looks like D-7 26 inch 8 tpi some surface rust handle ok. And a No. 7 Keystone Sawworks 30 inch some pitting around etch handle ok. And a GEO H BISHOP and CO No. 8 with thumbhole 28 inch blade 5 tpi blade has some discoloration spots and streaks handle ok. Good SGN330 332 40 80 photo
6601-187 6601-187 ATKINS No. 69 saw. 23 and a half inch 9tpi blade floral carved handle light etch blade has light pitting and discoloration handle has some wear especially on backside. Comes with original paper wrapping that has some tears and small holes. Good SGN788 40 80 photo
6601-188 6601-188 Lot of three saws. Two with adjustable handles a 23 inch DISSTON and a 18 inch SIMONDS both with some rust and wear but Simonds handle is nice. And an ATKINS No. 100 flooring saw also with some rust and wear. Good SGN337 478 75 150 photo
6601-189 6601-189 Bow saw. User made and nicely done hand carved knobs for 14 inch blade rope stretcher that needs a tightener. Good DSD60 40 80 photo
6601-190 6601-190 Bow saw. Nicely made with turned handles rope stretcher 7 inch blade unsigned but looks manufactured. Good plus DSD59 50 100 photo
6601-191 6601-191 Lot of five saws. An ORIOLE with decent etch some pitting and rust on blade handle lightly worn 26 inch blade with 8tpi. A PENNSYLVANIA SAW CO No. 91 mitre saw in handmade metal and wood sleeve blade has rust spots handle lightly worn 26 inch blade. Two DISSTON No. 7 one 28 inch blade 5tpi mostly clean with some discoloration handle may be relacquered and a 26 inch one with 6 tpi blade dark with very light etch handle lightly worn. A DISSTON D115 Victory with top edge of 26 inch blade looks cut at an angle surface rust light etch handle worn with number 425 stamped on bottom horn. Good- and better SGN334 60 120 photo
6601-192 6601-192 Lot of four DISSTON saws. All 26 inch long. A D8 with thumbhole 26 inch with 5 and a half inch tpi light surface rust and handle good and another D8 with worn plain handle 8tpi fairly clean blade with good etch letter I carved into handle. The D111 made in the 1950s and the last model made in Philadelphia with a nylon handle. No etch blade may have been cleaned medallion has some rust and handle has light wear. And a D95 with rosewood handle good etch 12 tpi a few small chips in handle blade fairly clean. Good SGN787 50 100 photo
6601-193 *6601-193 Lot of two saws. A DISSTON D115 75th anniversary saw with light etch still remaining rosewood handle has some wear and bottom top has large chip 26 inch blade with 8 tpi light rust on blade and blade is slightly curved at end. And a CRAFTSMAN steel backed mitre saw laminated handle has slight wear especially to lacquer 26 inch blade with 10 tpi surface rust. Good- and better JRI1289 1292 25 50 photo
6601-194 6601-194 Lot of five saws. A HARVEY PEACE with 24 inch blade that looks shortened 8tpi metal reinforced handle light etch some discoloration on blade. A 28 inch ZENITH with thumbhole discoloration on blade light etch horns chipped off. A 26 inch DISSTON D12 10 tpi etch good blade mostly clean handle good with a few small chips around nuts IVI carved at top. A 22 inch CRAFTSMAN C8 blade short from frequent sharpening but clean handle lightly worn. And a 20 inch DISSTON American Boy skewback handle has light wear etch faint blade has some light discoloration. Good- and better SGN789 50 100 photo
6601-195 *6601-195 Sharpening stone in wooden box. 8 inch double sided stone with light use in nicely made 12 inch x 3 inch trapezoid box with lid. Good NHN88 25 50 photo
6601-196 6601-196 Lot of three NORTON soft Arkansas oilstones. New old stock unused in their original wooden boxes. 8 inch. Fine SGN322 60 100 photo
6601-197 6601-197 Lot of two NORTON hard Arkansas oilstones. One 8 inch and one 5 inch in original pasteboard boxes. Boxes have a little wear but are intact stones appears unused or close to it. Good plus SGN748 40 80 photo
6601-198 6601-198 Lot of two NORTON India oilstones. Both in original boxes. One 6 inch with slight soiling of box but stone looks unused and one 4 inch round edge type box is worn and stone has been used but still in good shape. Good and better SGN749 30 60 photo
6601-199 6601-199 SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE paperweight. Half round glass paperweight with Shapleighs Diamond Edge trademark in the center. Lettering around the edges is faded but the trademark in the center is crystal clear. A must for any Shapleigh collector Good SGN733 30 60 photo
6601-200 6601-200 Lot of two hones. A GRATH DELUXE HONE in original pasteboard box includes a 5 inch rounded edge hardstone and a small PIKE hone still in original wrapping. Plus a two sided stone hard and soft glued back to back in original leather sheath that is marked Sportsmans Stone and appears to be made by PIKE lettering very faded. Good and better SGN757 40 60 photo
6601-201 6601-201 LUFKIN large log rule. 68 inch long marked with Scribners Decimal C scales. Some light wear and staining looks slightly curved in the middle. Good SGN790 75 150 photo
6601-202 6601-202 Lot of seven tailors squares. Three by S.T. TAYLOR four by LUFKIN. Some wear and staining on most one Taylor has a couple worn chips. Good- and better SGN780 40 80 photo
6601-203 6601-203 Lot of four log rules. Three by LUFKIN one by CLEVELAND RULE CO. All 36 inch long Numbers legible light wear on a couple but overall clean. Good SGN791 40 80 photo
6601-204 6601-204 GATES V belt length finder. Wood head and rule 80 percent of green label left on head with directions. Numbers legible works smoothly. Good SGN794 40 80 photo
6601-205 6601-205 Octagonal log rule. Unmarked 36 inch long and three quarter inch wide worn but numbers still legible. Brass end caps. Good SGN793 35 70 photo
6601-206 6601-206 Lot of two tailor squares. An unusual Banford Coopers KENOSHA KLOSED KROTCH underwear rule made by Lufkin marked Patent Applied For. Some light wear but overall good. And a dress cutting rule invented in 1888 by Miss S.A. NICKERSON Providence RI. Stamped 149 it has brass curved tracing outlines that connect to both sides of the square. Brass has some scratching and overall some wear but nice and unusual. Good SGN795 50 100 photo
6601-207 6601-207 Lot of three log rules. One by LUFKIN one unmarked and one by J. WATTS a rare and early Boston maker and brother of the better known Lawrence B. Watts. Watts one has flat handle rather than bulbous some age and spots of heavy staining. Other two have light wear. All 36 inch long. Plus throwing in a STANLEY No. 34V 24 inch straightedge couple of small chips vertical numbering. Good- and better SGN781 75 150 photo
6601-208 *6601-208 Traveler. Green River type but unsigned 7 inch diameter pointer works smoothly iron loop handle some corrosion around rim. Good DSD8 20 40 photo
6601-209 6601-209 Double calipers. Flat stock 22 inch long. Unlike most both jaws lock with hand forged locked screws. Different and well made. Good plus DSD63 60 120 photo
6601-210 6601-210 Lot of three wing compasses and dividers. One by P. LOWENTRAUT MFG. of Newark 8 inch long and marked No. 8 one by WM. JOHNSON INC. also of Newark 10 inch long with pencil clamp in one leg and marked No. 10 and one by BEMIS and CALL 9 and a half inch long and marked No. 8 with user name stamped on both legs. Good and better SGN741 60 100 photo
6601-211 6601-211 Lot of two STARRETT outside calipers. A 13 inch set with Starrett and Fays 1895 patent adjustment and a 10 and a half inch set. Good plus SGN730 50 100 photo
6601-212 6601-212 Large hand forged calipers. 15 inch diameter well made and works smoothly. Good DSD75 30 60 photo
6601-213 6601-213 STEELCRAFT Precision Caliper. In near mint condition in slightly worn original leather covered box. Includes a General Hardware No. 777 thread depth gauge. Good plus SGN724 40 80 photo
6601-214 6601-214 BRUNING drafting set. Basic drafting set with one compass one set of adjustable and one fixed points with wood handle plus a set of trammel points with one locking screw missing marked Pat. Pending and additional set of points in plastic sleeve. In original wood case in good condition. Good SGN723 30 60 photo
6601-215 6601-215 F. WEBER and CO. drafting set. Super clean set all steel or possibly electrum with minimal rust. Two compasses one articulated with compass extension and dividers two ebony handled adjustable dividers three spring bows and a pencil lead case. Also has four tacks from Keuffel and Esser and original pen wipe. In a nice shagreen plush lined case with some exterior wear but good hinges and clasp. The lack of an Inc. in the name dates it to pre 1919. Extra nice. Good plus SGN708 120 200 photo
6601-216 6601-216 Drafting Set. Near mint condition all steel or electrum with minimal rust. Two compasses one articulated with compass extension and divers ebony handled adjustable divider three spring bows and pencil lead case along with an unusual blue steel that looks like its designed to scratch lines. Unsigned but both compasses have a February 26 1909 patent date which is not a Tuesday so presumably a foreign patent. In an immaculate plush lined case with almost no wear. Fine SGN709 100 180 photo
6601-217 6601-217 STARRETT No. 359 bevel protractor. The owner has scratched his name twice otherwise in near mint condition in original wooden box with original instruction sheet worn but intact. Good plus SGN463 60 120 photo
6601-218 6601-218 Carpenters adze. 4 inch edge with 1 and three quarters inch grooved square hammer head 30 inch curved handle. Some rust and pitting edge needs sharpened. A few letters stamped in worn handle that I can not make out what they say. Good DST920 30 60 photo
6601-219 6601-219 TRU TEST double bitted felling axe. 8 inch wide head with 4 and a half inch edges. Handle marked 28 Cruisers D.B. Axe and No. 9-28 for 2 and a half lb axe. Some surface rust wear on handle and hanghole. Good SCK21 30 60 photo
6601-220 6601-220 LAKESIDE carpenters adze. Sharp 4 inch edge solid 1 and a half inch square head on other end. Traces of japanning light rust 31 inch curved handle has some staining. Good ESY3 30 60 photo
6601-221 6601-221 Broad axe. 12 inch long single edge head is marked but two half inch holes were drilled through so illegible. Some surface rust and pitting. 30 inch handle has some age wear but good. Good SCK43 40 80 photo
6601-222 *6601-222 Double bitted felling axe. Approximately 4 inch edges 8 inch across 27 inch handle has mild wear. Some piting and light rust but fairly clean. Good SCK23 25 50 photo
6601-223 6601-223 HACK DEVIL adze with leather sheath. 10 and a half inch by 4 inch head marked with E586-5. Some rust but edge sharp 27 inch curved handle has wear. Nice protective leather sheath. Good MRA25 30 60 photo
6601-224 6601-224 Lot of two carpenter adzes. Both with roughly 4 inch edges one a half head and other a full head on other side of edge. Both unmarked with rust and pitting. Both handles look replaced one looks new. Good SCK42 40 80 photo
6601-225 6601-225 Lot of three short handled hatchets. A STANLEY Four Square with original 19 inch handle head has surface rust and Four Square mark is worn but clear sweetheart on opposite side. An unmarked single bit felling axe with laid on steel edge and original 18 inch straight handle with some wear but solid head has surface pitting but good edge. And a hand forged single sided axe with unusually heavy head and laid on steel edge touchmark on flat side original 16 inch straight handle worn but solid. Good SPM378 379 382 100 200 photo
6601-226 6601-226 Lot of two adzes. A COLLINS and CO. lipped adze with paper label faded but 85 percent intact still has most paint light rust no handle. And a hand forged carpenters adze surface rust but no damage solid 31 inch original handle. Good SGN776 40 80 photo
6601-227 6601-227 Lot of two hatchets. A KEEN KUTTER machinist pattern hatchet with good clear mark and minimal rust and one by G. SELSOR and CO. of Germantown PA light surface rust and pitting. Both have good solid original handles. Good and better DJS1001 60 100 photo
6601-228 6601-228 SARGENT broad hatchet. Marked with maker and number 5. Nearly 6 inch single edge nice 14 inch handle. Light surface rust. Good BFS7 30 60 photo
6601-229 6601-229 SARGENT hatchet hammer. 3 and a half inch edge with 1 and a quarter inch hammer head 11 inch handle. Some surface rust and overall wear. Needs sharpening. Good BFS5 30 60 photo
6601-230 *6601-230 Broad hatchet. Unmarked 5 inch single edge with 11 inch cracked handle light surface rust but edge sharp. Good RDL7 20 40 photo
6601-231 6601-231 EVANSVILLE Good Service firemans axe. Very clean condition still has almost all red paint good clear mark solid original handle with hang hole. Good plus SGN775 55 100 photo
6601-232 6601-232 Lot of two crate opener hammers. Unmarked but clearly manufactured example with perfect handle that resembles the Bridgeport pattern but partial mark seems to read Redman. And a handforged model with twisted iron handle. Good DJS1002 40 80 photo
6601-233 6601-233 SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE Sportsmen hatchet. Diamond edge logo with dog engraving and For Sportsmen underneath. 4 and a half inch x 3 inch head and handle have a grease layer that needs cleaned off a few spots of light pitting and scratching but otherwise appears in good condition. Engraved script name on 13 inch handle Good DJS709 60 120 photo
6601-234 *6601-234 KELLY AXE MFG CO. hatchet. 4 and a half inch x 2 and a half inch head 12 inch handle with some black tape at end. Logo looks painted red. Some dinging to metal and a small chip in handle otherwise clean. Good DJS710 20 40 photo
6601-235 6601-235 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER hatchets. A broad hatchet with 4 and a half inch edge and 11 inch handle some spots of surface rust and what looks like a casting flaw above the maker stamp. And a hatchet axe with red painted logo fairly clean head with 4 inch edge and 12 inch handle. Good DJS711 40 80 photo
6601-236 6601-236 DIKEMAN MFG CO scraper. Norwalk CT company marked Pat Nov 6 1906 others pending. Ball joint in handle allows either side to be used cam mechanism locks blade. Very unusual one handled scraper. Handle has light wear and staining metal clean. Good REW1424 35 70 photo
6601-237 6601-237 Lot of four scrapers. A GOODELL PRATT No. 296 with both red handles adjustable head one by STEARNS fixed head one by NICHOLLS MFG CO marked Pat Appl For with traces of red paint. And one marked MARTINS with HARGRAVE blade likely by CINCINNATI TOOL CO. 50 percent japanning. Good SGN797 40 80 photo
6601-238 6601-238 Lot of three scrapers. One with a maple handle with striped stain pattern wingnut clamping mechanism has GROVES repurposed blade. A STANLEY No. 70 SR and L semicircle mark on blade japanning 80 percent handle worn but ok. And small one with curved wooden handle and knob unmarked blade held by nut worn. Good REW1419 1422 1423 35 70 photo
6601-239 6601-239 Lot of three scrapers. A HOOK No. 3425 some wear on black paint on handle. A No. 52 by SARGENT with ball joint head handle has some wear and staining no japanning. And another ball joint head by STARRETT 6 inch handle has some staining no blade handle. Good SGN796 30 60 photo
6601-240 6601-240 Lot of two STANLEY No. 82 cabinet scrapers. Both Type 1 one has darker stained handle and knob with 70 percent japanning and vee blade. Other looks repainted with some wear on handle and sweetheart blade. Both have cracks in brass ferrules. Good REW1417 1418 35 70 photo
6601-241 6601-241 Router. 16 and a half inch wide including the 5 and a half inch handles brass plated sole and top One eighths inch blade held in place with wedge and leather strip. Underside of one handle has groove carved in and fence missing. Nice age to the wood. Good HAN369 35 70 photo
6601-242 6601-242 E.C.STEARNS flexible sole shave. Patented by Herbert Coe and manufactured by Stearns. See Lamond page 235. This is the 10 inch version. Light surface rust good japanning. Good SGN512 80 160 photo
6601-243 6601-243 Lot of two shaves. Look like one is rosewood with fully brass shave and the other walnut with brass and steel shave brass thumbscrews and marked WJ inside a triangle. Both clean. Good SGN811 35 70 photo
6601-244 6601-244 Rosewood spokeshave. Brass blade guard 1 and a half inch convex blade has some pitting and held with screw plate. Hanghole on one handle. User stamps. Wood nice and clean attractive. Good HAN317 30 60 photo
6601-245 6601-245 Large gullwing shave. Dark stained 14 inch wide 4 and a half inch blade hanghole on one arm. A few chips in body. Marked W Valentine. Good ACS76 30 60 photo
6601-246 6601-246 Lot of various bits. 18 or so spur auger bits of varying sizes IRWIN KEEN KUTTER GREENLEE BELKNAP. Most have rust but a few are clean. Good CDE2169 30 60 photo
6601-247 *6601-247 Lot of spur auger bits. 8 bits total housed in hinged wood boxes makers include RUSSELL JENNINGS HUMPHREYSVILLE STANLEY IRWIN. Bits fairly clean roughly 6 inch x 10 inch boxes in good shape and ready for you to load your bit sets into. One box missing latch. Good CDE2161 2162 25 50 photo
6601-248 6601-248 ACRABORE spur auger bit set IOB. 13 bits in original 13 inch x 10 inch wooden box with partial original label and stamped U.S. Navy Auger Bit Set with other military information for the set on the lid. A quarter inch to 1 inch bits look barely used box has light wear. Good plus HAN396 40 80 photo
6601-249 6601-249 Box of bits in handcrafted box. Fourteen spur auger bits quarter inch to 1 and a quarter inch nearly all are RUSSEL JENNINGS. And 7 expansion bits various makers and a bag of 8 expansion bit inserts. All clean with one or two having some pitting. But the real gem of this lot is the box the bits are in. Beautifully crafted from what looks like tigerwood or rosewood burl with highly smooth outside varnish and a black lid. 11 and a half inch x 5 and a half inch x 3 three quarters inch with some light scratching in a few spots but overall a very attractive box. Good plus HAN373 75 150 photo
6601-250 6601-250 RUSSELL JENNINGS spur auger bit set IOB. Thirteen clean No. 100 bits A quarter inch to 1 inch in three compartment dovetailed box with complete label. Box has scratching and wear on outside one front hinge is loose but everything is there. Good plus HAN400 75 150 photo
6601-251 6601-251 Lot of three IRWIN bits IOB. Two No. 2 expansive bits and one No. 22 K expansive bit plastic kit with another expansive bit also in the box. All have most of original label some wear to boxes bits clean. Good HAN372 30 60 photo
6601-252 *6601-252 Lot of bits. Two expansive bits one STANLEY and one marked Made in Japan both in incorrect GREENLEE boxes. Two GREENLEE ship auger car bits in tattered original box that held 6. And a CLARK expansive bit IOB with another WRIGHT expansive bit in the box too. Good HAN376 25 50 photo
6601-253 *6601-253 10 bits on ring. Mostly spoon but a couple of auger look handforged on 2 inch ring. Good CDE2702 20 40 photo
6601-254 6601-254 MILLERS FALLS No. 210 bench mounted drill press. Two speed drill has partial label on gear and most of its red paint handle has light wear japanning 70 percent. Has surface grease but would easily clean up nicely. Good plus ACS135 100 200 photo
6601-255 6601-255 MILLERS FALLS No. 22 jewelers bench drill press. Japanning 60 percent base has a few holes as typical but not drilled all the way through. Nice with no apparent cracks or missing parts. Has MF No. 5 eggbeater drill mounted with 80 percent of original label on handle which contains 7 bits and 1 bit in chuck most of original red paint on gear. Good ESY61 175 350 photo
6601-256 6601-256 GOODELL PRATT No. 20 breast drill. The best thing about this drill is the leather chest strap which is complete and supple not cracked and broken as it usually is. Apart from that the paint is badly crackled the gear handle is taped and the chuck and handle are rusty with surface pitting. Still a very uncommon drill particularly with an intact chest strap Good- SGN762 40 80 photo
6601-257 6601-257 CAST IRON BREAST DRILL. Nice age and attractive form 16 inch long set screw locking chuck single speed. There is a chip out of the hub where it joins the gear wheel and a side handle is missing but all teeth are intact. Good PLH213X 60 120 photo
6601-258 6601-258 MILLERS FALLS No. 737 corner brace. Wood fine very light surface corrosion works like a charm. Good plus SGN753 40 80 photo
6601-259 6601-259 Large wooden brace. 40 inch overall with 14 and a half inch integral spoon auger bit 13 inch thrown hand carved with two cast iron mending plates good wooden handle 13 inch sweep. Good plus DSD71 70 140 photo
6601-260 6601-260 Lot of two hand carved pod braces. Both well made with good working heads. One has three clothespin type pods with no bits in them the other a fixed pod with auger bit. Good plus DSD20 60 100 photo
6601-261 6601-261 Lot of two patented braces. Abel Streeters 1867 patent metal head and no grip light overall coating of surface rust but no damage 10 inch sweep. And John Chantrells 1883 patent good rosewood grip and cocobolo head 8 inch sweep minor nickel loss. Good PLH30X 90 160 photo
6601-262 6601-262 Lot of two BACKUS Draper type braces. Quimby Backus acquired Drapers chuck patent and reworked it into this clamshell design with two jaws that are forced together by a cone to grip a square tang. A No. 7 7 inch sweep with beech head and grip worn but undamaged and a No. 8 with rosewood grip and cocobolo head. Good and better PLH28X 37X 60 120 photo
6601-263 6601-263 Coachmakers double router. Very nicely made 15 inch wide with good handles marked J.B. Fenner cast iron fence original wedges and cutters. Crack by one fence. Good plus PLH221X 60 120 photo
6601-264 6601-264 Beam drill. Unmarked. 29 inch wood base 24 inch tall body two wood and cast iron handles turn cast iron gears and thumbscrew chuck smoothly despite surface rust. Folds up and down along curved track and locks with wingnut. Some light wear to wood. No bit. Good SGN196 60 120 photo
6601-265 6601-265 Beam drill. 28 inch base 25 inch tall. Unmarked. Two handles have about half of green paint left rest not painted. 1 inch auger bit gears heavily greased and work. Folds up and down along curved track and locks with wingnuts. Base has a spot where wood is chewed a bit. Some surface rust but overall in decent shape. Good ACS134 60 120 photo
6601-266 6601-266 Adjustable dividers. Set of steel dividers with an elaborate adjustment mechanism. In the original plush lined case on which the hinges have come apart. Both the case and divider are marked Chapon Coquelin which was a Paris dealer in artists supplies. Good plus SGN285 60 120 photo
6601-267 6601-267 Lot of five bevels. Two 10 inch STANLEY No. 18 locking bevels 8 inch No. 25 and 6 inch No. 25 with sweetheart mark and one unmarked 8 inch one with rosewood handle and some scratches on the brass ends. Good HAN388 30 60 photo
6601-268 6601-268 Lot of two bevels. Both with rosewood and brass handles. One is unsigned but manufactured and I think English thumbscrew locking nut 8 inch handle pitted blade. And a STANLEY 6 inch No. 25 near mint with blueing still on the blade. Good and better SGN489 60 120 photo
6601-269 6601-269 FLATHER and SONS bevel. Rosewood and brass body with 9 inch blade. Faint Flather mark and user stamp on body. Blade has some discoloration and a few small spots of rust but otherwise overall nice. Good plus HAN362 40 80 photo
6601-270 6601-270 Rosewood and brass bevel. Unusual form with rams horn locking nut on square headed bolt that forms a diamond pattern 10 inch blade and 11 inch handle. Hang hole drilled through end. Good SGN488 60 120 photo
6601-271 6601-271 Lot of two squares. A STANLEY No. 20 with partial label on handle hang hole beneath the quatrefoil escutcheon a few dings to wood 12 inch blade clean with a few light spots of rust. And a 12 inch HENRY DISSTON with faint stamp on rosewood handle quatrefoil escutcheon has a ding or two some chipping to handle blade fairly clean minus some very light pitting spots. Good HAN366 35 70 photo
6601-272 6601-272 Lot of two English levels. A 4 inch combined boxwood rule and level by E. Preston and Sons uncommon size in immaculate condition and an unmarked 9 inch rosewood and brass torpedo level with a few scratches. Good and better PLH14X 70 140 photo
6601-273 6601-273 Lot of drafting tools. A user made wooden box with both 1802 and 1841 stamped inside of it. There is a wooden right triangle that clearly goes with it and we are also including three brass instruments that probably are not original to it an unmarked square with decorative ogee ends and two protractors one by Eugene Dietzgen and the other unmarked. Good and better SGN751 40 80 photo
6601-274 6601-274 E.G. SMITH patented circular level. Very uncommon level patented in 1898 by Smith of Columbia PA and very uncommon. Some type of gum on inside of window but can easily be unscrewed and cleaned. Good plus SGN728 80 160 photo
6601-275 6601-275 Lot of two center finders. One is unmarked but mounted on a MILLERS FALLS 9 inch No. 4 rule mild surface rust. The other is a STARRETT in its original box tool is near mint but box is falling apart. Good plus SGN742 40 80 photo
6601-276 6601-276 STARRETT No. 87 mercury plumb bob IOB. Tool near mint 6 inch long box worn but intact with one split seam and readable label. Good plus SGN464 80 160 photo
6601-277 6601-277 Lot of two brass plumb bobs. Identical unmarked bobs with steep tips 5 and one half inch long. Both appear unused. In a box which could be original but it has no label so there is no way to tell. Fine SGN746 50 100 photo
6601-278 6601-278 Lot of two A. W. FABER calculating rules IOB. Two very uncommon examples of the calculating slide rules made by Faber before it became Faber Castell in 1905. A No. 365 in near mint condition undamaged box and a version with the rare No. 357 with rare decimal tracker with rotating pointer glass has a couple of cracks and box is worn but with good label. Good and better SGN711 100 180 photo
6601-279 6601-279 STANLEY No. 68 rules IOB. New old stock. Five of the original dozen that would have been in the box. Box type 6B label end is torn out but included label about 60 percent present. Good SGN772 50 100 photo
6601-280 6601-280 Lot of two measuring tools IOB. A UNION No. 330 depth gauge with original wrapping two split seams and wear on box otherwise good. And a STARRETT No. 490 protractor head looks never used box has a few splits and scratches. Good SGN802 30 60 photo
6601-281 6601-281 Trammel Point Set. Unusual configuration one head has traditional point the other a screw adjustment. Cast brass heads unusual narrow 30 inch bar made of dark wood with brass strips along both sides that curve up at ends to keep heads from sliding off engraved plate in middle R.C. Garner. Well made and different. Good SGN722 40 80 photo
6601-282 6601-282 Lot of four STANLEY boxwood carpenter rules. Four of Stanleys less common rules Numbers 59 60 61 and a half and 78 and a half. All have moderate stainings and some missing pins. Good SGN635 120 200 photo
6601-283 6601-283 Lot of seven UPSON NUT Boxwood Rules. Two No. 62 two No. 68 one No. 36 and a half one No. 61 and a half one No. 69. Various degrees of staining some missing pins. The No. 68s are near mint. Sold as is no returns. Mixed SGN624 30 60 photo
6601-284 6601-284 Lot of nine LUFKIN caliper rules. Nos. 014 171 372 two 386 four and 388. Various degrees of staining and missing pins but no major damage Mixed SGN632 50 100 photo
6601-285 6601-285 Lot of five boxwood rules. Two H. Chapin four fold two foot Nos. 14 and 16 and three by Chapin Stephens a No.53 and a half architects rule in nice condition plus a No. 36 and a half and a half and a four fold two foot caliper. Various degrees of staining and missing pins but no major damage. Mixed SGN627 60 100 photo
6601-286 6601-286 E.A. STEARNS No. 35 boxwood rule. Fully brassbound and clearly marked overall mostly clean with one pin missing and slight tarnish to brass in spots. Good JMS1 30 60 photo
6601-287 6601-287 Lot of advertising rules. One tin square with good orange paint advertising the Aetna Boot and Shoe Hardware Co. of Unionville CT plus an one eighths of an inch architects scale a two fold sliding caliper rule and three folding celluloid rules advertising various worthy products. Good and better SGN365 50 100 photo
6601-288 6601-288 Lot of measuring tools. Unsigned fractional caliper wire gauge stainless steel Executive Pocket Pal folding rule and bevel three rules two caliper rules wood try square spark plug gapping tool. Most with advertising slogans. Good and better SGN766 30 60 photo
6601-289 6601-289 STANLEY No. 8C corrugated sole jointer plane. Type 14 with sweetheart mark on cutter one patent date behind frog japanning 70 percent nice knob and tote with only light wear. Surface rust in parts particularly on one cheek. Good DOR181 60 120 photo
6601-290 6601-290 STANLEY BED ROCK No. 607 jointer plane. Flat top sides 22 inch sole. Vee mark on cutter japanning 80 percent light pitting to blade some surface discoloration small chip in blade but decent jointer overall. Good DOR178 50 100 photo
6601-291 6601-291 CHAPLIN patent jointer plane. 21 inch sole manufactured by TOWER and LYON. No patent date or model number cast into body but cutter marked with patent and Tower and Lyon. Plastic tote a little loose. Nickel plating flaking on cap iron knob has light dinging and japanning looks touched up otherwise good example of a rare plane. Good DOR180 40 80 photo
6601-292 6601-292 BRIDGE TOOL CO. No. 5C smoothing plane. Cutter marked with maker and No. 5 cast in bed at toe. Japanning 80 percent some toolbox dinging tiny chip in throat. Wood has some wear. Good VTO41 40 80 photo
6601-293 6601-293 STANLEY No. 605 and a halfC corrugated Bed Rock jack plane. Flat top sides and vee mark on cutter tall knob has repaired crack japanning 80 percent with a few spots touched up. Some chips along bed at toe a couple of surface rust spots. Good DOR176 80 160 photo
6601-294 6601-294 STANLEY No. 105 Liberty Bell jack plane. Type 1 with patent date on cheek and proper cutter. Surface rust and light pitting as typical japanning 70 percent tote and knob have light dinging and chipping. Blade edge has a few small chips. Good DOR179 40 80 photo
6601-295 6601-295 UNION No. 5A jack plane. Japanning 80 percent knob has some dinging and tote has chips on sides. Corrugated sole has mild scratching overall surface discoloration on metal. Good VTO23 40 80 photo
6601-296 6601-296 Lot of two STANLEY No. 40 and No. 40 and a half scrub planes. No. 40 has notched rectangle mark on cutter 60 percent japanning light wear to wood some rust spots. No. 40 and a half has SR and L mark on cutter japanning 80 percent crack in tote. Some light flecks of paint on lever cap. Rust on sole. Good BSR105 106 80 160 photo
6601-297 6601-297 STANLEY No. 605 Bed Rock jack plane. Round top sides with vee mark on cutter japanning 75 percent spots of surface rust. Knob has a few scuffs tote good. One patent date behind frog. Good DOR183 100 200 photo
6601-298 6601-298 SARGENT VBM No. 43 veneer scraper. Similar to the Stanley No. 12 and a half with a wood sole the Sargent version has mahogany handles. 43 stamped into bed japanning 90 percent cutter rusty wood sole has a few light stains some rust on cheeks. Good BFS37 50 100 photo
6601-299 6601-299 Lot of three smoothing planes. Two 9 inch long FULTON smoothers one with paint spots on wood toolbox dinging with some deeper scratches overall light pitting japanning ok. Other has heavy wear to wood cracks at base of knob light pitting green paint on tote but also has 70 percent original label. And a PARPLUS 10 inch plane tote has large chip and scratching wear to knob needs a good cleaning but japanning 70 percent. Good- MRA125 126 128 35 70 photo
6601-300 6601-300 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Looks to be Type 2 cutter rusty and chipped in one corner but looks like Type 1 cutter. Japanning 40 percent. Light surface rust and pitting. Good BSR614 40 80 photo
6601-301 6601-301 UNION No. 411 circular plane. The Union Mfg. Co. also in New Britain was founded by another Stanley brother Timothy and much of its catalog paralleled the Stanley line. This plane is pretty much a direct rip off of the Stanley No. 113 but is much rarer. About 60 percent of the nickel has flaked off the adjustment knob japanning is aboout 40 percent and has surface rust and discoloration. Properly marked cutter. Good BSR609 50 100 photo
6601-302 6601-302 UNION No. X4 smoothing plane. Based on Carleton and Trasks 1904 patent with vertical post adjustment and equivalent to the Stanley No. 4. Some scratching on sole traces of rust in spots chip on tote tip. Mild toolbox dinging japanning 90 percent. Good VTO49 75 150 photo
6601-303 6601-303 STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Vee mark on cutter japanning 85 percent surface rust in several spots tote and knob ok with some light dinging. Good BSR103 30 60 photo
6601-304 6601-304 DERBY PLANE CO. No. 3 sized B Plane. 1 and three quarter inch wide cutter marked B Plane with October 22 89 patent date on cutter tote has scrape near base and wear on tip knob has some dinging japanning 60 percent surface rust and pitting in several spots. See PTAMPIA II pg. 137. Good DOR182 60 120 photo
6601-305 6601-305 KEEN KUTTER KK8 jointer plane. Japanning 65 percent properly marked cutter knob has chip at base tote ok with some dings and initials stamped wood may be relaquered. Corrugated sole. Hanghole in toe. Light pitting and rust spots. Good BSR207 40 80 photo
6601-306 6601-306 Union No. 4 and a half smoothing plane. Roughly 2 and five eighths inch wide - Unions No. 4 and a half is slightly wider than the Stanley version. Cast with maker and number behind the frog cutter marked Union Mfg Co New Britain CT. Tote has two repaired cracks and some chips some wear to knob and user stamps on both. Japanning 85 percent. Good- ACS99 40 80 photo
6601-307 6601-307 UNION No. 4 smoothing plane. Has Stanley blade but Union lever cap and body sole is 2 and three eighths inch wide like a Stanley No. 4 and a half but clearly cast No. 4 in toe. Surface rust on metal japanning 90 percent dings in knob and tote some discoloration on the sole. Good FNK131 30 60 photo
6601-308 *6601-308 STANLEY No. 3 smoothing plane. Made in England tall knob and tote have heavy wear to lacquer japanning 70 percent some surface rust and pitting. Good- ACS98 20 40 photo
6601-309 6601-309 Lot of two STANLEY No. 78 duplex rabbet planes. One with script logo and vee mark on cutter has two lever caps but no fence or depth stop japanning 70 percent. Other notched rectangle logo and cutter mark japanning 80 percent has fence and depth stop some rust spots one lever cap. Good- BSR113 119 30 60 photo
6601-310 *6601-310 Lot of two STANLEY rabbeting planes. No. 181 and No. 192 no depth stops japanning 70 to 80 percent some rust spots. No. 181 has SR and L mark on cutter No. 192 has no cutter. Good BSR112 120 25 50 photo
6601-311 6601-311 Lot of three block planes. Two STANLEYs a No. 101 miniature with intact japanning and a No. 18 knuckle joint Type 14 with first sweetheart surface rust. And a SARGENT No. 1107 Hercules. Good DSD31 41 43 40 60 photo
6601-312 6601-312 STANLEY No. 386 jointer fence. All original very clean with nickel intact. Fine SGN499 60 120 photo
6601-313 6601-313 STANLEY No. 386 jointer fence. Some surface rust and nickel loss a ding out of the side where it looks like it was held too close to a grinder. Good SGN620 40 80 photo
6601-314 6601-314 BAY STATE SAW WORKS No. 98 steel backed saw. The Bay State Saw Works was a small Fitchburg saw company absorbed by Simonds in the late 1870s. Decent etch and medallion 16 inch blade looks lightly cleaned handle has slight wear 12tpi. Good NHN7 30 60 photo
6601-315 6601-315 Lot of two British saws. A MOULSON BROS brass backed saw with open handle split nuts 12 inch blade needs sharpening and has a chip on both ends. User name scratched out of handle. And one marked what looks like DEARDEN SHEFFIELD which I can not find anything on so possibly rare. Nearly 10 inch blade with nib open handle Warranted Superior medallion and one split nut. Spots of pitting on both. Good- and better SGN476 40 80 photo
6601-316 6601-316 Surgical saw. Marked Maw London which likely is S. Maw and Son who sold and made surgical instruments in the mid 1800s. 8 and a half inch steel backed blade with steel horned handle. Some discoloration on blade. Also marked 26 on the bottom horn. Good SGN786 35 70 photo
6601-317 6601-317 Lot of four saws. Two by FREMONT OH makers a household saw by CHRISTY KNIFE CO with ruled ege on top of blade the other by CLAUSS CUTLERY with rusty blade both with wire handles and 12 inch blades. A small jewelers saw unmarked 4 inch blade on adjustable width metal frame with wood handle and brass ferrule some surface rust. And a KEEN KUTTER keyhole saw 13 and a half inch blade with open handle. Good SGN784 30 60 photo
6601-318 *6601-318 Lot of two saws. A stair saw with 6 inch blade and boxwood handle brass screws chip in horn. Looks similar in shape to those made by DISSTON. And a small bowsaw 10 inch blade rusty some wear and age to wood frame and tightening rope. Good SGN479 20 40 photo
6601-319 6601-319 Lot of four DISSTON saws. All 26 inch blades. A clean No. 112 good etch handle ok with only light wear a No. 7 ship saw blade discolored but etch readable handle has moderate wear 5 and a half tpi. A clean No. 12 with nib handle ok etch readable 11tpi. And a D 23 with some light tarnish to blade etch strong handle looks barely used and possibly refinished or replacement 8tpi. Good SGN785 75 150 photo
6601-320 6601-320 Lot of four saws. An ATKINS No. 51 with thumbhole 28 inch top horn gone some blade discoloration 4 tpi. A KEEN KUTTER No. K88 26 inch some surface discoloration and staining throughout light etch handle ok. An ATKINS No. 81 22 and a half inch long 10tpi etch has Sam Sharpe Hardware etch as well some discoloration on blade handle ok. An ATKINS No. 65 26 inch blade discolored but overall pretty clean OH stamped in backside of handle and crack in top horn. Good- and better SGN338 342 60 120 photo
6601-321 6601-321 Lot of four DISSTON saws. Three 26 inch long ones a D 7 light etch blade dark with a few surface rust and scratch spots 7 tpi handle has wear in spots. A D8 8 tpi surface rust dark blade with faint etch handle ok. And a No. 12 Keystone Sawworks light etch some surface discoloration and user name and address etched into blade near handle that has the top horn chipped off. Marked 5 and a half tpi on blade. And another D8 clean 24 inch blade marked Toronto CA blade clean 9 tpi handle relacquered. Good- and better SGN783 40 80 photo
6601-322 6601-322 Lot of six saws. Two 20 inch DISSTONS one is a D 23 other has too faint of etch. A 20 inch HOFFMAN SPECIAL made by ATKINS a 16 inch HARVEY PEACE a 26 inch MORSE WYATT HARDWARE CO made by ATKINS and a 16 inch one with faint etch that may be ATKINS. All have wear on handles and some rust or discoloration on blade. MORSE has chipped horns. Good- and better SGN340 480 60 120 photo
6601-323 6601-323 Lot of two breast drills. A MILLERS FALLS No. 120B red and black japanning nearly complete handles good 3 jaw chuck good and only one or two spots of rust. Plus an uncommon CRAFTSMAN 1071 two speed with level has about 80 percent original japanning handles have some moderate wear but no major damage 3 jaw chuck good. Good plus MHT17 100 200 photo
6601-324 6601-324 GOODELL PRATT double drive gear breast drill. Has most of original red paint and label japanning 60 percent three jaw chuck ok leather strap broken handle good. Extra handle a bit worn. Good RJR56 40 80 photo
6601-325 6601-325 MILLERS FALLS No. 198 ratcheting drill. 60 percent of original paint one handle replaced no bits three jaw chuck ok. Good NHN242 30 60 photo
6601-326 6601-326 Lot of three hand drills. Two MILLERS FALLS a No. 5 and a No. 77. No. 5 does not have any bits in head could use a cleaning japanning 60 percent wood and chuck have moderate wear. No. 77 in a little better shape with 85 percent nice handle and chuck. Plus a STANLEY Handyman H1214 has most of paint on handle and 95 percent of label on gear. Chuck and body have some rust. All have three jaw chucks. Good- and better VTD243 40 80 photo
6601-327 6601-327 Lot of two small cast iron jewelers drills. Both unmarked but both look similar to MILLERS FALLS No. 4 styles. Japanning about half there on both. One has two jaw chuck with knurling and other has what looks like originally two jaw chuck that has been modified to a four jaw chuck. Both have rosewood handles that are attached to side of drive gear. Good RJR50 51 50 100 photo
6601-328 6601-328 Lot of two CRAFTSMAN No. 1071 hand drills. One with three bits in handle wear to wood especially side handle japanning 70 percent some rust on handle and chuck. One with grey japanning 75 percent about half its label 9 bits in handle some dinging to wood but not as bad as other one. Good VTD242 30 60 photo
6601-329 6601-329 British hand drill. Chuck marked 45 Cleave Oldham St. Manchester. Has tubular body and solid metal head with a couple of chips on edges. Three sixteenths inch chuck has square thumbscrew solid metal handles. Some surface rust. Unusual. Good RJR53 30 60 photo
6601-330 6601-330 KIEFFER and AUXER jack plane. Two star Lancaster PA makers from 1863-1869. Super nice and clean plane with double wedges and 2 and a quarter inch BUTCHER cutter good tote some very light toolbox dinging and a mild scratch or two. A few hammer marks on heel. Good plus HOO3 60 120 photo
6601-331 6601-331 Rosewood jack plane. Solid rosewood body with very attractive patterning that makes the plane look two toned with lighter grain on bottom half and darker on top. 14 and a quarter inch long razee body unmarked but has 1 and three quarters inch BUCK BROTHERS cutter. Slight chipping at throat paint flecks on body light scratching on cheeks some staining on tote. Still very attractive. Good JRI137 35 70 photo
6601-332 6601-332 Decoratively carved European rounding plane. Nicely carved horn and tote looks European stamp that looks like trumpeting cherub and letters PH below it on the toe 1 and a half inch blade unmarked. Tote has chipping at end and one side of heel at top has been sheared off for some reason. Good JRI1255 30 60 photo
6601-333 6601-333 Moving fillester plane. Decoratively carved body and decorative depth stop unmarked. Sole and one cheek have some holes for some sort of attachments at some point. Plane has moderate wear on body and wedge. Throat has some staining and chipping. Good- ACS74 30 60 photo
6601-334 6601-334 A HOWLAND handed coffin plane. A mark 2 stars 9 inch long with 2 and a quarter inch wide cutter. Body has some mild scratching staining crack in sole on one side of throat tote good. Good GAN148 35 70 photo
6601-335 6601-335 J. COLTON crown molder. B mark 1 star. Cuts 3 inch ogee with W. BUTCHER cutter. Side fence missing one screw a few dings and scrapes on body and age checks some rust on cutter but still sharp. Good HOO5 50 100 photo
6601-336 6601-336 PRESTON and SONS molding plane. 1 and a quarter inch wide ogee cutter 2 and three fourths inch wide plane body. Scroll writing mark with their London address. Some hammer marks on heel blade has rust spots overall mild wear. Spring marked. Good GAN201 40 80 photo
6601-337 6601-337 Lot of four BOOTH BROTHERS DUBLIN molding planes. One 1 and a quarter inch ogee and three boxed quirk ogees three quarters of an inch 1 inch and 1 and a quarter inch wide. Three have rounded Booth Brothers Dublin mark one has script Booth 35 Golden Lane mark. All spring marked some staining but overall no major damage and pretty clean. Good GAN317G 50 100 photo
6601-338 6601-338 Lot of 6 wood planes. All look European in origin most spring marked and ogee profiles one is fillester. Makers include two by KING and COMP HULL HENRY THOMAS GEO DAVIS. A couple have a spot of black gunk that could be cleaned rest fairly clean with a few spots of staining and light wear. Good- and better GAN64 40 80 photo
6601-339 6601-339 Lot of two moving filletster planes. One by N.L. BARRUS 3 stars nicker missing wedge looks carved down from the original shoulder dovetailed boxing fence a little rough. And one by AUBURN TOOL CO. some staining to body and rust on blade a few spots of dings and light scratching marked No. 118 and half an inch on heel. Good- and better SSA265 294 40 80 photo
6601-340 *6601-340 Lot of two molding planes. Partially boxed ogee by J. KELLOGG B mark marked seven eighths on heel a few dings and scratches blade clean. And a 1 inch round with two fillets spring marked by ROUTLEDGE of Birmingham with light wear and a few hammer marks on heel. Remnants of price sticker on toe on both. Good SSA286 289 25 50 photo
6601-341 6601-341 A HOWLAND hollow and round pair. 1 and a one sixteenths inch cutters heels marked with 14 and No. 180. A few spots of staining wedges and cutters ok. Good RYP312 30 60 photo
6601-342 6601-342 Three star New Orleans maker tongue cutter. To cut tongues on seven eighths inch boards. WM. ARMSTRONGs A mark strong stamp but partly obscured. Also has user initials. Good REW580 60 120 photo
6601-343 6601-343 W.H. POND compass rabbet. Roughly 6 and a half inch long with 1 inch cutter one or two age checks but overall clean. Good plus RYP24 35 70 photo
6601-344 6601-344 Lot of three slide rules in original leather cases. A EUGENE DIETZGEN polymath No. N. 1733 a FREDERICK POST No. 1420 and a KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 4088-3. All rules are in good or better condition cases have wear but the K and E is near mint. Good and better SGN714 90 150 photo
6601-345 6601-345 Lot of two GEORGE W. RICHARDSON slide rules. George W. Richardson made slide rules in Chicago in the early 1900s and rules by him are very uncommon. This includes an example of the Slide Rule of 1917 designed for militry use with brass backing with open windows for quick calculation and an example of the 1812 Pantocrat in original box with missing ends. Good plus SGN710 120 200 photo
6601-346 6601-346 Lot of two slide rules with instructions. A KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 596 duplex with magnifying curser near mint with instructions in original leather sheath with user name written inside flap and a LAWRENCE ENGINEERING No. 10B with original instruction booklet some wear to edges but all pages intact. Good and better SGN713 60 120 photo
6601-347 6601-347 Lot of three pocket slide rules. A PICKETT all metal slide rule 6 inch long near mint in original leather sheath marked by LTV corporation and two KEUFFEL 7 ESSER No. 4097C Ever There with original leather sheaths one near mint with instructions in green pasteboard box intact with some wear user name scratched on back the other more worn with bottom stitching torn out of sheath. Good plus SGN712 60 100 photo
6601-348 6601-348 Lot of three shoe rules. Two by BELCHER BROS. one nice and clean the other more worn and an unsigned model with an unusual spring loaded locking mechanism. Good and better SGN745 60 100 photo
6601-349 6601-349 Lot of two cask measuring rods. One is a ullage rod used to measure small casks and barrels marked No. 44 but with no maker. The other is a 12 inch long tapered square rod with a brass tip that tapers from five eighths inch down to three eighths inch and I am guessing that it was also used for measuring casks and barrels. Both boxwood darkened but no damage. Good SGN739 60 120 photo
6601-350 6601-350 HULTAFORS No. 742 4 folding surveyors target. Six segments unfolds to form 6 foot 6 inch target marked in inches on reverse side. Fine SGN747 30 60 photo
6601-351 *6601-351 Lot of two LUFKIN measuring tools. A No. 981 protractor near fine with very light surface discoloration one slightly bumped corner and a 25 foot cloth measuring tape tape is dirty but intact. Good plus SGN285 765 20 40 photo
6601-352 6601-352 French STANLEY tape measure. Marked Stanley but also marked Made in France with instructions in both languages. A 10 foot yellow tape in a 3 inch square case with red leather. There is a clear pastic window to allow inside measurements and a level vial. It has a 1950s or 1960s look to it. Never seen another. Fine SGN736 50 100 photo
6601-353 6601-353 Lot of two drafting instruments. A KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 1148 pantograph missing the bracket on one arm but otherwise near mint and an unmarked 8 inch parallel ruler ebony and brass. Good plus SGN727 40 80 photo
6601-354 6601-354 Lot of six shrinkage rules. Four by STANLEY an older No. 30 with hang hole two No. 30 and a half one eighths of an inch and three sixteenths of an inch and a 31-and-a-half-E one eighths of an inch. Plus near mint LUFKIN No. 8206 and KERBY and BRO. with hang hole. Good and better SGN726 50 100 photo
6601-355 6601-355 Lot of two board rules. One is clearly a board rule 14 and half inch long with bulbous handle marked by CLEVELAND RULE CO. The other one is 15 inches long with a cast brass hook on the end and a rope wrapped handle that looks original. It appears to be marked V. Lahdendale which I have been unable to identify. It is marked in inches along both sides and in multiples of 5 along the top from 5 to 35 with each interval 2 inch apart. Good SGN484 60 120 photo
6601-356 6601-356 Lot of four boxwood rules. All four fold three foot unbound. Three by JOHN RABONE and SONS Nos. 1167 1178 and 1378 and one by METIOR of Holland. Good and better SGN703 30 60 photo
6601-357 6601-357 Lot of four STANLEY boxwood rules. Four of Stanleys less common rules No. 1 two fold two foot light staining tight with pins No. 13 two fold caliper some staining good pin No. 42 double bevel light wear. And a No. 94 carriagemakers Stanleys only four fold four foot worn but legible and missing its pins a couple of dents. Good and better SGN701 80 140 photo
6601-358 6601-358 Lot of seven STANLEY No. 18 rules. Stanleys most popular two fold two foot carpenters rule. One unmarked two with sweethearts all but one have their pins. Moderate to light staining. Good SGN700 60 100 photo
6601-359 6601-359 Lot of seven LUFKIN brass bound rules. Two four foot No. 4883s Nos. 3881 two No. 771s No. 780 and No. 781. Various degrees of staining and missing pins but no major damage Mixed SGN629 50 80 photo
6601-360 6601-360 Lot of five LUFKIN boxwood rules. Three blindmans rules Nos. 3752B 3851 and 7628 all in good clean conditon and two other four folds Nos. 263 and 3351 with more staining and one crack. Mixed SGN631 30 60 photo
6601-361 6601-361 Lot of eight narrow boxwood rules. All four fold one foot all unbound except STANLEY 65 and a half. Either Stanley or unsigned. Various degrees of staining and missing pins but no major damage. Mixed SGN628 50 80 photo
6601-362 6601-362 Lot of five KEEN KUTTER boxwood rules. One K630 two K680s two K840s. Various degrees of staining and missing pins but no major damage. Mixed SGN625 40 80 photo
6601-363 *6601-363 Lot of files and rasps. A rasp by RODGERS two flat files including one by JOHNSON one triangular file by NICHOLSON and two round files including one by EAGLE. All with wood handles slightly worn. Good NHN262 25 50 photo
6601-364 *6601-364 One handed scorp. 1 inch wide triangular shaped head nearly 14 inch long total including 7 and a half inch wood handle with brass ferrule. Still sharp. Good AED32 25 50 photo
6601-365 6601-365 C.D DICKINSON and SONS broom hammer. Cast steel no rust or pitting good handle 9 inch long. Dickinson made broommakers tools in North Hadley MA from the 1830s into the early twentieth century. Good plus PLH190X 60 120 photo
6601-366 6601-366 Lot of two scorps. Closed scorp 2 and a quarter inch across with gently worn wood handle ferrule may be missing and has string wound around in its place. Clean and sharp. And an open scorp with 2 inch across blade handles have age wear and some discoloration on metal but sharp. Good SPM329 370 40 80 photo
6601-367 6601-367 HERB CHOPPER. Heavy steel blade marked Warranted Steel Sheffield nicely turned handle. Good plus PLH 60 100 photo
6601-368 *6601-368 PECK STOW and WILCOX patented tool handle. Patented by Obed Peck on March 20 1888 and marked as such on tool. Consists of wood handle with two cast iron plates with wingnuts and bolts that grip square auger heads. Some staining and wear chip at the hole on one side. You will have to supply your own bit. Good- SGN801 20 40 photo
6601-369 6601-369 Open scorp. 5 and a quarter inch curved blade with FWB and stag stamp so possibly German good handles with light discoloration on sharp blade. Has a little bit of tape residue that can be cleaned. Good TKY125 30 60 photo
6601-370 *6601-370 BLACK HAWK sickle. 10 inch blade handle good with a couple stains. Good DJS715 15 30 photo
6601-371 6601-371 Lot of four drawknives. A 10 BARTON a 13 inch GREAVES an 8 inch KEEN KUTTER and 10 inch one with folding handles and partial maker stamp that I can not make out. All have some rust and wear on handles but edges sharp. Good SGN798 50 100 photo
6601-372 6601-372 Lot of two coopers tools. Coopers draw knife Horton partially obscured probably William Horton of New York 6 inch blade with one corner chipped good solid original handles. And a two handed open scorp 3 and a half inch across unsigned very nice handles. Good plus DSD54 70 50 100 photo
6601-373 *6601-373 Lot of two drawknives. Both fixed handles one with 9 and a half inch blade and other with 8 inch blade. Both are heavily sharpened down worse on 8 inch. Handles worn some stains. Surface rust on both. Good- DJS707 15 30 photo
6601-374 6601-374 OHIO TOOL CO drawknife. 10 inch slightly curved blade with miniscule chips handles have user name stamps good ferrules overall pretty clean. Good HOO1 30 60 photo
6601-375 6601-375 PACE WHITMAN and CO drawknife. Mid 19th century company marked with company name and West Fitchburg as well as Warranted Cast Steel. 6 and a half inch curved blade has surface rust and light pitting but edge sharp handles have wear and right one is loose with a crack. Uncommon. Good- DJS708 35 70 photo
6601-376 6601-376 Lot of two drawknives. 4 inch blades with angled handles. Tag says they are by PEXTO but there is no mark and they could also be JENNINGS. In either case razor sharp in user made wood sheaths with only minor wear to black painted handles. Good plus SGN729 80 150 photo
6601-377 6601-377 J.S. CANTELO patented drawknife. 7 inch blade with adjustable handles faint patent dates on one handle clean blade with some stains and paint spots on handles. Good SPM265 30 60 photo
6601-378 6601-378 Lot of two fleshing knives. Both with rust pitting and heavy wear. One single edged and the other double edged. Single edge has cracked handles held in place with square nuts. Would sharpen up well. Good BSR723 40 80 photo
6601-379 6601-379 ROCKY MOUNTAIN WILDLIFE PRODUCTS fleshing knife. 13 and a half inch double edges with 5 and a half inch handles. Surface rust but edges still sharp and handles have some wear and use. Good BSR722 30 60 photo
6601-380 6601-380 Lot of two cast iron traps. A STA KAWT No. 1 and a W.A. GIBBS Two Trigger. Both have some surface rust but appear to still work but I did not set them to find out for sure. Good SCK44 30 60 photo
6601-381 *6601-381 Lot of two cast iron ONEIDA traps. A VICTOR No. 2 with strong springs and long chain some rust and pitting. And a JUMP No. 1 and a half with shorter chain and light surface rust. Good SCK123A 25 50 photo
6601-382 *6601-382 Lot of two STA SHARP sickles. Designed for hand weeding with wood handle and removable blade for easy sharpening. One has partial label and some of original red paint both have surface rust and worn handles. Good RDL3 20 40 photo
6601-383 *6601-383 Lot of two jewelers tools. Both cast iron. A small soldering iron 11 inch long overall with 3 inch head has some use and wear. And a small melting pot 2 inch x 1 and a half inch marked JIFFY DIPPER pot can rotate 360 degrees on handle also has some use and oxidation and wear on handle. Good- RDL5 25 50 photo
6601-384 6601-384 Lot of five STANLEY wooden levels. Two No. 96s a solid body 26 inch and laminated 28 inch with small hang hole both with nailed on bindings a 28 inch No. 93 with initials scratched in one side a 26 inch No. 90 and a 30 inch No. 15 laminated. All vials wet good brass wood has some wear but nothing major. Good and better SGN616 150 250 photo
6601-385 6601-385 Lot of four STANLEY wooden levels. A 30 inch No. 3 a 30 inch early adjustable type possibly the version of the No. 2 offered without lips a 20 inch No. 30 masons with one face plate loose and a small framed 18 inch mahogany model nonadjustable brass tips and lips. Wood and metal generally good throughout No. 3 and 30 have some wear and rounded edges the others are nice and crisp. Good and better REW334 342 343 80 160 photo
6601-386 6601-386 Lot of three DAVIS and COOK wooden levels. A 30 inch No. 1 top plate slightly tarnished but wood and Type 2 vial assemblies immaculate a 28 inch No. 6 top plate and tips slightly tarnished wood has rounded edges but no damage Type 1 vial assemblies immaculate and a 30 inch later model with no top plate Type 2 vial assemblies with minor rust some dings in wood. Good and better SGN619 120 200 photo
6601-387 6601-387 Lot of two DISSTON levels. A super clean Disston and Sons No. 16 cherry with brass tips carefully cleaned. And an unmarked older 26 inch version also with brass tips wood is dirty and has some paint splotches but intact. Good and better REW287 60 100 photo
6601-388 6601-388 Lot of two wooden levels. A 28 inch KEEN KUTTER No. KK2 with hang hole and a 28 inch three vial MARSHALL WELLS HARDWARE Zenith adjustable inclinometer with laminated stock made by ACME LEVEL. Wood has rounded edges but no damage good metal and vials. Good plus SGN566 612 60 100 photo
6601-389 6601-389 Lot of two CHAPIN STEPHENS wooden levels. One 30 inch laminated cherry brass tips two screws insert near the tips that may have been the base for sights. The other is 26 inch fully brass bound laminated rosewood and a very attractive level but both vials need replacing not signed but design is unmistakable. Good and better REW282 311 60 120 photo
6601-390 6601-390 Helb inclinometer. Patented and manufactured by Edward Helb of Railroad PA and often mistakenly identified as a railroad level. This is a good example with nice clean sightly yellowed inclinometer dial. Some checks in the wood and chips in the edges of the glass compass cove every level collection needs a Helb. Good SGN613 100 180 photo
6601-391 6601-391 Lot of two travellers. A GREEN RIVER by WILEY and RUSSELL with 7 and a half inch wheel light wear with some traces of japanning. Other is unmarked and unruled looks hand forged 6 and a half inch wheel with wood handle ferrule and handle split. Good- and better DST607 608 30 60 photo
6601-392 6601-392 Wooden traveller. 8 and a half inch unruled and unmarked wheel with 11 inch handle looks hand carved with nice age patina. Wheel held in place with screw and nut. Cast iron hang loop at end of handle. Good JRI767 30 60 photo
6601-393 6601-393 STANLEY 150th Anniversary try square IOB. 8 inch square rosewood handle with brass edge and blade. Looks mint. Box has some light wear on corners and a couple dings. Fine ESY57 40 80 photo
6601-394 6601-394 Ultimatum style mortise gauge with solid brass stem. Ebony and brass head points ok quite a bit of dinging on wood and brass user stamps several times on head. Good ACS109 40 80 photo
6601-395 6601-395 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Both stem and head are made of ebony and brass pins a little worn some dinging overall a crack in the head and small chip in stem. Still an attractive gauge. Good- ACS110 40 80 photo
6601-396 *6601-396 Lot of radius gauges. A three eighths inch gauge by LUFKIN clearly marked with Witchgers 1929 patent a set of 13 gauges with a couple missing by HELIOS in a leatherette pouch with spring loaded handle a set of five brass gauges from five eighths inch to 1 and one eighths inch on a leather strap and advertising Edwards Wire Rope. Good SGN764 20 40 photo
6601-397 6601-397 PFEIL drawknife. Clean 4 and a half inch blade with good handles blade sharp. Good SSA211 30 60 photo
6601-398 6601-398 Lot of two wooden mallets. Both with square heads one 4 inch x 4 inch x 3 inch with square nuts through the body near the 5 inch handle. Other 4 and one quarter inch x 4 and a half inch x 3 and a half inch with 7 inch handle. Both only show light wear. Good RDL4 6 30 60 photo
6601-399 6601-399 Large turnscrew. 25 inch long total with 6 inch nicely turned handle with 1 and a quarter inch brass ferrule. Blade discolored but overall very clean. Good plus SPM335 30 60 photo
6601-400 6601-400 Cobblers fish tail bottom glazer. Used to glaze leather boot soles and heels. Unmarked two wooden handles across a straight cast iron bar with 1 and a half inch convex middle. 15 inch long total. Good AED31 30 60 photo
6601-401 *6601-401 Turnscrew. Large turned decorative rosewood handle brass ferrule 11 and a half inch long total. Some discoloration to metal but overall clean. Good SPM288 25 50 photo
6601-402 6601-402 Lot of three turnscrews. Unmarked 11 and a half inch and 4 and three quarters inch long ones and a 11 inch one by T BROWN. All have brass ferrules handles have light wear and dings. Good SPM333 30 60 photo
6601-403 *6601-403 HARDING MFG CO rosewood handled screwdrivers. Two flatheads one 8 and three quarters inch long and the other 6 and a quarter inch long with brass ferrules. Clean. Good plus SPM330 20 40 photo
6601-404 *6601-404 Toothed masonry chisel. Clean looks never used. 5 inch long with approx 2 inch wide head. Good SPM331 15 30 photo
6601-405 *6601-405 BRESSANT hand hair clippers. Has about half of its nickel plating works smoothly. Good VTO70 10 20 photo
6601-406 6601-406 Race knife. Hammer Brand made by NEW YORK KNIFE CO. of Walden. Nice handle that looks like very dark rosewood mostly clean blade some pitting on one side of collar. Good SGN806 30 60 photo
6601-407 *6601-407 Watchmakers screwdriver set. In 8 and a quarter inch x 2 and a quarter inch wooden box with decorative latch with outside marked Althoff. 10 screwdrivers in green painted slots inside case. Look never used. Good plus AED30 20 40 photo
6601-408 6601-408 MILLERS FALLS No. 109 carving tool set. MFs highest end set of carving tools including nine chisels and gouges. Loss of green paint on striking ends and the No. 1 chisel has staining on the handle otherwise good. Original finger jointed wood box needs regluing but complete good label. Good PLH208X 60 100 photo
6601-409 6601-409 Lot of two Sheffield braces. One by SLATER one by BROWN and FLATHER. Both are brass plated with pushbutton chucks and have bone buttons in lignum heads. Brown and Flather has some tarnish on brass and overall worn with chips stains and scratches. Slater has a few cracks and chips too but a bit cleaner and less tarnish. Good- and better GAN282G 40 80 photo
6601-410 6601-410 Lot of two Sheffield braces. One by W GREAVES and SONS brass plated with brass button missing pushbutton chuck wear to lacquer a few chips ding to brass on chuck some paint splotches. And one by FENTON and MARSDEN ebony head with brass medallion a couple stain spots and some scratching general wear nice brass stem on head. Both have pushbutton chucks. Good- and better GAN279G 50 100 photo
6601-411 6601-411 Lot of three Sheffield type braces. Two unmarked brass plated braces one marked ARTHUR EDINBURGH on chuck and shoulder which is likely David Arthur who along with his family made planes in Edinburgh from 1793 through 1844. One unmarked has brass button and stem for ebony head other two have lignum heads. Arthur has crack in base of head and is unplated. All three have some dinging. Good CDE1730 1747 60 120 photo
6601-412 6601-412 H. HAWKE Sheffield brace. Beech body lignum head with bone button pushbutton chuck marked with maker and Sheffield with eagle arrow design. Some old chips a tight crack and well done repair on upper shoulder quite a bit of wear on base of head above brass collar. User name stamped into wood. Good- GAN281G 50 100 photo
6601-413 6601-413 WM. MARPLES and SONS plated Sheffield brace. Brass plated red beech body ebony head with brass stem and button. Some chipping on body and user stamp pushbutton chuck. Good CDE1728 40 80 photo
6601-414 6601-414 ROSE patent brace. Has metal head so likely manufactured by the Bit Stock Company before Millers Falls began manufacturing in 1869. Marked only with the patent date and someone carved in dot and x patterns after it. Ring chuck works smoothly. A spot of tarnish on the brass of the chuck mild pitting on body head has hole and Oil stamped next to it. A few chips to the rosewood on grip. Still a nice example of the Rose patent. Good CDE913 75 150 photo
6601-415 6601-415 Cast iron brace. Looks very early 18th or late 17th century unmarked. Hand forged cast iron body with thumbscrew square chuck and spoon bit. Small rosewood head has iron collar and stem through it secured with washer. Pitting and light rust on body but nicely made. Good CDE901 30 60 photo
6601-416 6601-416 Lot of two JAMES HOWARTH steel braces. A hexagonal one with lever action chuck 8 inch throw body is pitted a few cracks in the rosewood head with brass medallion. And larger one with 11 inch throw round body rosewood head with brass button has a small stain but no chips or cracks a few light rust and pitting spots thumbscrew chuck. Good CDE909 912 60 120 photo
6601-417 6601-417 Lot of three 10 inch sweep ratcheting braces. A Frays Patent No. 104 marked as such on body with STANLEY also on body and vee mark on chuck. Has about half nickel plating rust spots head and grip lightly worn and user name in head. A MILLERS FALLS No. 32 about 40 percent japanning wood has some dings and wear. And a CRAFTSMAN looks made by MILLERS FALLS BB following Craftsman mark and has similar chuck to No. 772 Lion chuck. Nickel plating good head has wear on edges and grip light wear. Good and better MHT19 50 100 photo
6601-418 6601-418 STANLEY Yankee Accessories store display. 15 and a half inch x 11 inch x 2 inch wood box with gold logo on lid inside lid is laminated compartment labels with price tags. Plastic tray compartments have variety of bits with at least 50 total. Includes Phillips and flat head bits of various sizes and several kinds of drill bits. Most marked Stanley or Yankee and clean. Some wear to outside of box. Good MLR5 50 100 photo
6601-419 6601-419 MILLERS FALLS No. 502 corner brace. Half an inch Barber chuck 10 inch sweep. 95 percent of original label on grip some dinging to wood nickel plating about 95 percent japanning about 60 percent. A few spots of rust. Good RJR54 50 100 photo
6601-420 6601-420 Lot of three ratcheting braces. A CRAFTSMAN No. 4251 with 80 percent of label on grip and majority of red paint on chuck nickel plating ok. A CRAFTSMAN likely made by MILLERS FALLS BB mark and similar to the No. 732 red paint mostly intact on chuck some dinging to the head and wear on grip. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 1950 about half its nickel plating red head and grip have moderate dinging and wear chuck good. Good MHT18 40 80 photo
6601-421 6601-421 MILLERS FALLS No. 737 corner brace. Clean with only light wear on handles in a few spots one or two small chips in lacquer. Nickel plating good with miniscule rust spots in a couple areas. Good plus RSR105 40 80 photo
6601-422 6601-422 STANLEY No. 984 corner brace. Clean looks barely used lacquer on wood good with only a few dings orange stripes on chuck repainted. Nickel plating good. Good plus RSR106 40 80 photo
6601-423 6601-423 MILLERS FALLS No. 182 ratcheting drill brace. Missing the drill attachment so just the brace but otherwise nice and clean and works well. Small ding in grip. Good CDE321 30 60 photo
6601-424 6601-424 STANLEY No. 2101A Bell System brace. 10 inch sweep. Nickel plating good with some spots of rust. Marked Bell System B. Durable and quality brace. Good plus MLR29 40 80 photo
6601-425 6601-425 STANLEY hatchet wrench. Also marked Bell System. Made for utility workers and never a catalog offered item. Likely from 1940 60s blade edge is dull by design and square hole used as wrench. Head is very heavy with some surface rust handle appears to be original with some wear and paint flecks. Good AED36 40 80 photo
6601-426 *6601-426 Caulking mallet. Nicely made with 14 inch long head and 2 inch circular faces. 10 and a half inch handle. Some light rust on iron rings and some spots of wear small scrape to one face but otherwise no major damage. Good RJR55 20 40 photo
6601-427 6601-427 Lot of two edge tools. A broad hatchet unmarked 5 inch edge clean and sharp 12 inch handle has some wear at end. And an axe head also unmarked 7 and a quarter inch wide with 4 inch edge some pitting. Looks recently cleaned and sharpened and all it needs is a handle. Good HMS21 22 40 80 photo
6601-428 6601-428 Lot of two froes. One with 10 inch wide head and nail in loose eye to keep it in place 12 inch handle has some spots of wear. And one with 11 inch head that looks like it was made from large file 10 inch handle. Both have some rust. Good NW1784 1785 30 60 photo
6601-429 6601-429 Lot of two hammers. A rounding hammer with 3 and a half inch wide head and 1 inch circular face 8 and a half inch long handle comes loose from head. And a small mining sledgehammer stamped Oregon and number 311 on the 4 and a half inch wide head with 1 and a half inch square faces 15 inch handle has some wear and chips near head. Good NW387 1003 30 60 photo
6601-430 6601-430 Lot of four hammers. A KEEN KUTTER roofing hatchet with grooved hammer head. A STANLEY riveting hammer marked Bell System with short 7 inch handle. A ball peen hammer with 15 inch long nicely carved handle with bulbous end. And a strap hammer unmarked 1 inch square face 10 and a half inch handle. Straps extend up through the eye. Good NW296 746 1539 1635 40 80 photo
6601-431 6601-431 Lot of two cobblers hammers. A double headed relasting hammer. And a cobblers hammer marked WHITCHER No. 2 not the Peters patent with 8 inch handle and concentric circle grooves on face. Good NW376 1761 30 60 photo
6601-432 6601-432 Lot of two carpenters adze heads. One marked D. SIMMONS AND CO Cohes NY with 4 and a quarter inch edge other unmarked with 3 and a half inch edge. Both have only a couple spots of rust and likely cleaned. Good HMS23 24 30 60 photo
6601-433 6601-433 A.H. REID Lightning Brace. A nice example with a few dings in the rosewood knobs and a few spots of surface rust but no damage to shaft and works smoothly. Spring that holds bit in is present. Reids 1882 patent date marked on shaft. Good BKF63 30 60 photo
6601-434 *6601-434 GARLAND No. 3 split face hammer. No rawhide or rubber faces cast iron head and wood handle only. Handle has some wear head has about half of green paint. Good- TKY127 15 30 photo
6601-435 *6601-435 Bung hole auger. Unmarked 14 inch long total with 10 inch wood handle. Some surface rust and staining. Good DST652 25 50 photo
6601-436 6601-436 Pump drill. Unsigned 13 inch steel shaft with cast brass flywheel turned rosewood handle old leather straps. Split chuck with old bit might need some penetrating oil to get it off. Good plus DSD7 60 120 photo
6601-437 6601-437 Pump drill. 10 and a half inch steel shaft with brass flywheel nicely turned boxwood handle leather cord is broken no bit. Good DSD52 30 60 photo
6601-438 6601-438 Surveyors chain. 100 feet with brass ends. Some rust. Good BKF123 50 100 photo
6601-439 *6601-439 Lot of two tools. A straightpeen hammer with one half inch head that has a chip on edge and a small firemans style axe with 1 and a half inch edge. Both have 8 and one half inch handles and no makers. Hanghole in tomahawk. Good TKY128 20 40 photo
6601-440 *6601-440 Lot of gimlets and augers. T handled in various sizes 2 and a half inch to 5 and a half inch long some have spots of rust or wear on handles. 5 total. Good BKF100 20 40 photo
6601-441 *6601-441 Jewelers swage block. Roughly 2 inch cube with concave circles of varying sizes. Some light rust and a few dings. Good BKF76 20 40 photo
6601-442 *6601-442 STEARNS saw vise. Marked with August 22 99 patent date on jaws this is the style that screws into the bench with four holes total on either side of the body to hold screws. 10 and a half inch wide jaws open smoothly. Repainted black with a few spots of rust and soldered repaired crack to base that does not appear to effect use. Good- HOO4 20 40 photo
6601-443 *6601-443 Bench mounted vise. 2 and a half inch jaws open to at least 3 inch body is roughly 6 inch long. Some paint and very light rust in a few spots still works but could use a little oil. Good HOO6 20 40 photo
6601-444 6601-444 EMPIRE No. 25 bench vise. Made by Erie Tool 2 and a half inch jaws body has rust but still opens and closes pretty smoothly to a quarter inch to approximately 4 and a half inch wide. A few spots of paint and traces of japanning. Good BKF39 30 60 photo
6601-445 6601-445 BRINK and COTTON bench mounted grinder. Still has 99 percent of original label above handle and most of original maroon and black japanning on body. Grinder wheel is also red and looks only lightly used. Wood knob on handle good. Good HOO7 40 80 photo
6601-446 6601-446 Lot of two adjustable hollow augers. One by the A.A. WOOD and SONS CO marked with November 27 1900 patent 70 percent japanning and clean. And one by STEARNS MFG CO Erie PA patented July 17 1866 by J.H. Smith has a little grime but could easily be cleaned. Good REW124 127 40 80 photo
6601-447 6601-447 Lot of two adjustable hollow augers. An early brass and iron version of J.H. Smiths July 17 66 patent and marked as such on the brass clean with some toolbox dinging. And one by the A.A. WOOD and SONS CO black and red paint clean. Good REW125 132 45 90 photo
6601-448 6601-448 Lot of two uncommon patented hollow augers. George Stearns 1878 patent with clamshell jaws no depth stop and William Bonneys 1870 patent with rotating disc marked Ladd Tool Co. No. 40 depth stop and most original paint. Good SGN253 80 160 photo
6601-449 6601-449 Lot of three wagon maker tools. Two half inch hollow augers one is marked with George Stearns March 5 1878 patent although it is a simpler design but still probably made by Stearns. The other is a tenon cutter with no provision for a depth stop marked F.S. and Co. Both clean and sharp. Plus an unmarked spoke pointer. Good plus SGN707 80 120 photo
6601-450 6601-450 Lot of five patented sawsets. Two MORRILL No. 95s in near mint condition one with Apex cast into handle an older MORRILL Apex Special a BUELL BROS. and a TAINTOR Positive No. 7. All but the two 95s have surface rust all work smoothly. Good and better SGN226 50 100 photo
6601-451 *6601-451 DISSTON No. 1 Midget saw set. 6 and a half inch long traces of japanning and some spots of surface rust. Works fine. Good BFS54 20 40 photo
6601-452 6601-452 Lot of two draw gauges. One by C.S. OSBORN of New Jersey with japanned iron handle japanning 60 percent metal good. And a rosewood and brass model unsigned that needs a blade. Good and better SGN511 40 60 photo
6601-453 6601-453 Propeller wrench. That is my best guess as it is cast Searls Mfg Co Make the Best Prop Nuts around edge of hollow handle. Has about 70 percent japanning. Different. Good SGN807 30 60 photo
6601-454 *6601-454 Lot of two INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO center nut wrenches. One marked International Harvester Co and September 7 97 patent date other just has the patent date. Some light surface rust jaws have minor dinging. Good HAN370 25 50 photo
6601-455 6601-455 THE DROPPA fence mending tool. Includes British patent number unusual to find wire fencing tools in England and this one is large clean and functioning. Good plus BJL202 30 60 photo
6601-456 *6601-456 WALDEN WORCESTER automotive speed wrench No. 6018. Often used on an assembly line or for repetitive tasks on large equipment. Patented October 22 18 Nine sixteenths inch size. Wood head is worn surface rust on body. Good AED47 20 40 photo
6601-457 *6601-457 Whatsit. Looks like possibly some sort of wrench that is my best guess. Cast iron 5 inch long handle with 2 inch square head with U shaped cutout. Good AED56 15 30 photo
6601-458 6601-458 Lot of six wrenches. A FRANK MOSSBERG patented center nut bicycle wrench engraved Queen with patent dates on reverse. Another bicycle wrench by BILLINGS and SPENCER. A patented bicycle wrench by JOHN ZILLIOX with patent dates partially stamped on end. A 6 and a half inch VICTOR quick adjust a CROMNA spring jaw that is made in Denmark and a GELLMAN WRENCH CORP spring jaw with patent date April 17 23. All fairly clean and with decent jaws Mossberg jaws are slightly dinged. Good ALV136 235 600 50 100 photo
6601-459 6601-459 Lot of five wrenches. A TROJAN quick adjusting patented July 31 34 11 inch long with 60 percent nickel plating. A WAKEFIELD No. 19 center nut mostly clean. A BOARDMAN combination wrench patented by A. W. Park marked only with the two patent dates and has about half nickel plating and half rust with some pitting. A LAKE SUPERIOR WRENCH CO. 6 inch adjustable clean. And A QUIXET 7 and a half inch rapid adjust wrench by S and A MFG CO a little grease on it but works well. Good- and better ALV176 304 390 469 40 80 photo
6601-460 6601-460 GOODELL quick adjust buggy wrench. Adjusts from three quarters of an inch to 1 and a quarter of an inch patented by Harry Burleigh on November 19 1861 and marked with date but worn see Schultz 233. Has surface rust but still works wood handle has light staining but good. Good AED35 60 120 photo
6601-461 6601-461 Lot of two wrenches. A DURO METAL PRODUCTS CO Chicago IL No. 672 with half inch square drive marked inchPatent Pending inch for which the patent was granted in 1931. And a COCHRAN Speednut also marked Patent Pending which pre dates the 1916 Taylor patent. Both have some mild rust traces of japanning on Cochran. Good AED33 34 40 80 photo
6601-462 6601-462 Lot of 3 hardcover books. BOXWOOD AND bone by Philip E. Stanley First Edition and looks barely used with only very mild wear on edge or two of dustjacket. AMERICAN WOODWORKING TOOLS by Kebabian and Witney First Edition and autographed by Kebabian. Dustjacket has light wear but book near fine. And BRITISH PLANEMAKERS FROM 1700 by Goodman Second Edition dustjacket has tear otherwise nice. Good plus MDY123 60 120 photo
6601-463 6601-463 WITH HAMMER IN HAND by Charles F. Hummel. Second printing hardcover with no dustjacket looks brand new. Good plus MDY125 40 80 photo
6601-464 6601-464 PTAMPIA II by Roger K. Smith. Hardcover autographed to John Jock Moody dustjacket has a few small creases and spine slightly slanted otherwise very nice copy. Good plus MDY126 40 80 photo
6601-465 6601-465 WOODEN PLANES IN 19TH CENTURY AMERICA by Kenneth D. Roberts. Second edition hardcover gently used but still in good condition. Some wear to edges of dustjacket spine a little loose. Good MDY128 30 60 photo
6601-466 6601-466 MANUFACTURED AND PATENTED SPOKESHAVES by Thomas C. Lamond. Signed by the author. Hardcover illustrated identification of the artifacts and profiles of the makers and patentees. 1997 First Edition book in excellent condition including dust jacket with no fading and very little wear. Good plus MDY129 60 120 photo
6601-467 6601-467 Lot of 7 DVDs. Copies of the videos produced by Fine Woodworking magazine. Appear to be homemade copies with xeroxed covers in the case sleeves but some have Notes to the Video Workshop booklets inside case. Topics include Refinishing Furniture Carve a Ball and Claw Foot Introduction to Japanese Woodworking Dovetail a Drawer Carving Techniques and Projects Wood Finishing and Making Mortise and Tenon Joints. I have not stuck them into a DVD player but they likely play fine. Good plus MDY 30 60 photo
6601-468 6601-468 Dealers lot of nine try squares. Five STANLEYs No. 10 with cast iron inlaid handle 6 inch two No. 20s with wedge marks 4 and a half inch and 9 inch and two No. 12s 4 inch and 6 inch. Two DISSTONs an uncommon 4 inch No. 11 and a 6 inch rosewood handle. An unsigned 8 inch with large brass disc in the head and a 6 inch with solid steel handle from MOORE and WRIGHT of Sheffield. As is no returns. Good and better SGN314 90 150 photo
6601-469 6601-469 Dealers lot of sliding t bevels. Sixteen examples of the STANLEY No. 25 workhorse of the Stanley line in various lengths and ages includes a 12 inch type 1 without the hand ee grip and 6 inch type 2 with Trauts 1877 patent in the semi circular mark. Plus a MILLERS FALLS No. 98 with good bluing on the blade an 8 inch DISSTON and an 11 and a half inch unsigned model. All have rosewood handles except the Disston with brass trim one has a trim piece missing and all are in at least good shape with the expected amount of minor scratches and surface corrosion on the blades. As is no returns. Good and better SGN312 190 300 photo
6601-470 6601-470 Dealers lot of STANLEY boxwood carpenter rules. All four fold two foot. Nos. 7 blindman 61 three 62 62 and a half four two with sweetheart 63 66 and a half five two with sweethearts and arched joints one near mint 66 and half A 68 three one sweetheart 70 and 84. Various degrees of staining and some missing pins but no major damage. As is no returns. Mixed SGN633 120 200 photo
6601-471 6601-471 Dealers lot of mostly STANLEY caliper rules. Five No. 32 five No. 32 and a half three No. 36 including two sweethearts four No. 36 and a half with one sweetheart one 36 and a half L and one Lufkin and four No. 136. Plus a Lufkin 386. Various degrees of staining and some missing pins but all legible and at least good with no major damage. As is no returns. Good and better SGN702 120 200 photo
6601-472 6601-472 Dealers lot of leatherworking tools. Tools include skiving knife punches awls pricking irons and wheels cutters and more. Makers include LUTZ OSBORNE CHRISTENSEN BURKE and JAMES SNELL and ATHERTON HARRINGTON and SON HIBBARD. Some have patent dates. Most fairly clean with some light wear a few with moderate wear. 24 total. Plus about 5 screws and turnscrews and an unmarked 3 jaw chuck 6 inch hand drill with wood handle. As is no returns. Good VTD244 120 240 photo
6601-473 6601-473 Dealers lot of wrenches. Thirteen total. Two BEMIS and CALL combination wrenches 12 inch and 10 inch. 10 inch is missing pipe jaw insert. Two KLEIN telegraph line wrenches both 13 inch long and clean. Eight adjustables including WHITMAN and BARNES railroad two auto ones one by WALWORTH MFG. CO. PECK STOWE and WILCOX a WIZARD No. 9 and a couple unmarked. And four alligator ones including a Bulldog by J.H. WILLIAMS one unmarked heavily pitted one and two double ended wrenches by K and B and one marked JR. Most have some wear and pitting some clean. As is no returns. Various MRA220 75 150 photo