The 6602 Auction ended Sunday, December 11th, 2016.  Thank you to everyone who participated.

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6602-001 6602-001 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane IOB. Looks to be a Type 1 with two patent dates stamped into skate. Has 4 cutter sets in original wood boxes and labels mostly complete with set No. 2 at 70 percent. Cutters appear to be all there. Has short rods no cam. Nickel plating 80 percent some flecks of paint on wood. Mild wear. In original dovetailed wood box and lid Type 4 label is 70 percent there. Box has wear and a few cracks in the wood. Good plus  NHN 300 500 photo
6602-002 6602-002 Type 2 STANLEY No. 13 circular plane. Later version of Type 2 with no model number but sole riveted rather than screwed. Semi-circular mark on cutter and faint user initials as well. Japanning on body about 70 percent some pitting and rust scratching on sole. Owner initials scratched into side. Good BBG2 60 120 photo"
6602-003 6602-003 Type 1 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Everything is Type 1 except it has a Type 2 cutter adjustment and cutter screw. Japanning 75 percent some surface rust throughout. Unfortunately throat has soldered repair on both sides of it. Good- BBG3 60 120 photo"
6602-004 6602-004 Type 4a STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Has the graduated scale on the interlocking gears on the side of the plane. T mark on cutter. Nickel plating on front knob and japanning nearly complete. Some light rust spots. Good BBG1 50 100 photo"
6602-005 6602-005 Type 3 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Front knob has been replaced with smaller solid knob Q mark on cutter and 6 17 79 on dovetail lug japanning 85 percent. Some surface rust and a few spots of pitting. Good BHR214 50 100 photo"
6602-006 *6602-006 STANLEY Two-Tone plane. The No. 4 smoothing plane size with blue bed and yellow frog and chip breaker in very nice condition. Good plus MAX347 25 50 photo"
6602-007 6602-007 STANLEY No. 602C Bedrock. Type 6 with flat top sides vee mark on cutter wood and metal both in very nice condition. Only apologies are an almost invisible hairline crack on rear left cheek and a couple small dings in tote. Good DOR26 300 600 photo"
6602-008 6602-008 STANLEY No. 603 Bedrock. Type 2 with rounded sides and B casting mark Q mark on cutter. Metal good minor chipping on edge of tote hairline crack in front left cheek. Good BAS100 100 200 photo"
6602-009 6602-009 Lot of two bench planes. A UNION No. 4 mahogany tote and knob plain lever cap appl for faintly stamped on lateral Union No. 4 cast in bed behind frog. Japanning 90 percent a few chips of end of tote dings in knob. And a SARGENT VBM tote good except for a few chips at base knob has repaired crack roughly half inch groove in bed near throat and chip in cheek. Good VTO34 61 35 70 photo"
6602-010 6602-010 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Early type - could be Type 2 based on the profile but no patent date on adjustment screw. Sweetheart cutter cap screw has trademark japanning 90 percent handles have light wear but no major damage. Good plus RSR138 60 120 photo"
6602-011 6602-011 STANLEY No. 130 double-ended block plane. Third sweetheart on cutter japanning 90 percent nice clean example. Good plus RSR102 60 120 photo"
6602-012 6602-012 SARGENT No. 4307 knuckle joint block plane. Good original cutter japanning mostly worn off cap but otherwise nice and clean. Good DJS90 50 100 photo"
6602-013 6602-013 Stanley No. 130 double-ended block plane. Cutter can be reversed for bullnose work unmarked cutter bed repainted S casting mark. Good plus RSR81 50 100 photo"
6602-014 6602-014 STANLEY No. 11 beltmakers plane. Japanning 40 percent 1892 patent cutter some pitting on metal good handle. Good REW1406 60 120 photo"
6602-015 6602-015 Lot of two planes IOB. An ANANT A8 jointer plane near mint in lightly worn box. And a STANLEY No. 5 Made in England mint in original paper. Fine and better BWH107 50 100 photo"
6602-016 *6602-016 CORSAIR jack plane IOB. 13 inch long sole looks barely used plastic knob and tote. Some paint flecks on body and surface rust on sole. In dingy box with a split seam or two. Good plus VTD500 20 40 photo"
6602-017 6602-017 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane IOB. Type 8 with all parts present extra nice cutter box made of oak nickel about 70 percent with some spots of discoloration. Box is complete with good sliding lid and decal on end about 65 percent Good BAS101 125 250 photo"
6602-018 6602-018 Lot of two STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 42 saw set in box with no label has instructions japanning near perfect and a few spots of surface rust box has some staining and hole in corner. And a No. 59 doweling jig made in USA practically mint with instructions box has mild wear. Good plus and better LWN6 7 30 60 photo"
6602-019 6602-019 STANLEY No. 194 fibre board beveler IOB. Plane near mint with 5 extra blades and instructions. Box lid has some staining and a couple split seams but good label. Fine BWH114 40 80 photo"
6602-020 6602-020 Lot of two SIEGLEY jointer planes. One with No. 12 cast in lever cap 23 inch long corrugated sole blade marked Siegley. Tote may be replaced knob has dings bed repainted hanghole at heel. And another corrugated 23 inch one with bed cast Siegley No. 8 and his 12 5 93 patent date on lever cap screw cutter marked Siegley japanning about 50 percent tote has early style faux checkering and has roughness on end knob varnish worn. Rust throughout. Good- and better GAN5420 5421 45 90 photo"
6602-021 6602-021 Lot of three jointer planes. A STANLEY No. 8 with Q mark on cutter and two patent dates behind the frog. About 70 percent japanning paint spots wear and a few check in tote and knob. A SIEGLEY No. 8 corrugated mark on cutter and cast in bed japanning touched up tote and knob have wear. And a TOWER and LYON Chaplins patent 23 inch bakelite tote with a ding or two knob also has dinging blade marked with patents bed has traces of japanning corrugated sole has paint remnants from use. Badly needs a cleaning. Good- and better GAN5269 5419 5422 50 100 photo"
6602-022 6602-022 EDWIN HAHN No. 14 jointer plane. Hahn worked in Wilkes-Barre and may have had a connection with Siegley. This one has a corrugated 23-half inch sole unmarked 2-half half cutter and Hahns distinctive lateral adjustment. Bed cast with No. 14 and lightly stamped E HAHN in toe and heel. Tote with faux checkering and knob have light wear and overall plane could use a good cleaning. May be repainted spots of surface rust user initials in one cheek. Good GAN5418 60 120 photo"
6602-023 6602-023 RECORD No. 07 jointer plane. Records version of the No. 7 jointer plane. Wear to lacquer on knob and tote a few chips on tip of tote japanning 85 percent. A few scratches. Good ACS112 40 80 photo"
6602-024 6602-024 UNION No. X7 jointer plane. Union and 12 8 08 patent date cast into body behind tote vertical post moderate wear on knob and small chips on tip of tote. Japanning 80 percent. Cutter marked Union Tool Co New Britain CT. Some rust and discoloration on body. Good VTO25 75 150 photo"
6602-025 *6602-025 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 7 jointer notched rectangle mark on blade and lever cap tall knob and tote have wear to varnish. Japanning 80 percent some white paint on bed surface rust and small chip in cheek. And a DEFIANCE No. 1245 jack plane with grey japanning mostly clean with only a few spots of rust tote and knob have mild wear. Good FNK137 288 20 40 photo"
6602-026 6602-026 Lot of two BRIDGE TOOL CO. planes. Likely made by Stanley for Bridge Tool Co. of St. Louis. A No. 4C knob and tote have a couple spots of staining japanning 85 percent very light pitting to body cutter marked Bridge Tool Co. And a No. 7C 23 inch long knob and tote have a few dings cutter also marked Bridge Tool Co. Good plus VTO14 21 50 100 photo"
6602-027 6602-027 STANLEY No. 12-quarter veneer scraper. Sweetheart mark on cap iron cutter unmarked bed cast No. 12-quarter but someone has attached a rosewood sole with four small rounded-head screws. Rosewood attachment has a few checks and screws barely poking out in toe. Japanning 90 percent handles have a few grooves on top and underside. Good BWH72 75 150 photo"
6602-028 6602-028 SCRUB PLANE. Stanley No. 40. Fully japanned type with rosewood handle and knob notched rectangle mark on cutter. Doesnt look like it was ever used. Fine RSR134 50 100 photo"
6602-029 6602-029 Stanley No. 48 tongue and groove plane. Nickel plated type nickel on body is immaculate very slight wear but no flaking on fence sweetheart mark on one cap screw cutters unmarked but look original. Fine RSR118 60 120 photo"
6602-030 *6602-030 Stanley No. 193 fibreboard plane. Includes the body rods and attachments 1A 3 and 4. Japanning about 90 percent. Good LBD563 20 40 photo"
6602-031 *6602-031 Lot of three carved braces. One with small head and fixed worn spoon bit missing ferrule. One with larger head and thumbscrew chuck. One with loose head fixed center bit and bone ferrule above the chuck some inactive worm. Good DSD9 18 38 25 50 photo"
6602-032 *6602-032 Lot of two primitive pod braces. Both Scandinavian shaped one with single clothespin type pod the other has a wood screw to hold in place. Outer part of wood screw chipped but screw is fine. Both square chucks one has center bit other auger. A few chips to wood on both and one is possibly polished but overall nice. Good CDE957 1705 25 50 photo"
6602-033 6602-033 Lot of two brass plated braces. One with beech body and ebony head unmarked except for on the chuck push lever which is stamped Patent Lever Thumb Bit. Plain brass medallion. And one with pushbutton chuck marked H. HAWKE also red beech with lignum head with a few chips and cracks and Hawkes Solly Works brass medallion some spots of staining on body. One center bit. Both have wear on plates and rusty screws. Good HAN516 541 40 80 photo"
6602-034 6602-034 BROWN and FLATHER Plated Sheffield Brace. The body has an old repair consisting of a brass plate inserted through the body and fastened by brass pins. Makes it stronger than the original and gives it character. Rosewood head with a couple of cracks pushbutton chuck with good clear mark. Good CDE1684 50 100 photo"
6602-035 6602-035 Lot of three wood braces. Two are handcarved one with iron ferrule and fixed bit the other with brass ferrules and thumbscrew chuck with nicely knurled brass screw head. Both with 4 inch sweep and appear to be made of red beech. And one that looks manufactured but is unmarked with pushbutton chuck 8 inch sweep made of red beech and brass brass button missing on head. Good CDE948 1770 1771 30 60 photo"
6602-036 6602-036 THOS. IBBOTSON plated brace. Beech body with brass plates lignum head with brass button. Pushbutton chuck marked with Ibbotsons Sheffield mark. Head loose at neck some dinging and stains to wood and scratches on brass. Ibbotson braces are not common. Good- CDE1731 40 80 photo"
6602-037 6602-037 Lot of two iron braces. Large unsigned ball handle heavy frame good walnut grip and handle with brass ferrule and collar 9-half inch sweep. And a smith-made brace with hand-whittled wood head and hand forged wingnut 12 inch sweep. Good plus REW92 104 60 120 photo"
6602-038 6602-038 Cage head brace. Four spoke head 11 inch sweep hand-forged wingnut chuck. Good plus LEE124 50 100 photo"
6602-039 6602-039 L.L. DAVIS brace. Early nonratcheting version of the patented brace manufactured by the well known level manufacturer brass chuck sleeve rosewood head and gutta percha grip 14 inch sweep. Good plus REW49 50 100 photo"
6602-040 *6602-040 Gentlemans ball-handle brace. Walnut pad and grip thumbscrew chuck with replaced thubmscrew a few older chips and checks on wood. 7 inch sweep. Good LBD459 20 40 photo"
6602-041 6602-041 GARDINER HOLT patented brace. Good clean example of Holts 1880 patent chuck marked by Holt Mfg. minimal nickel loss rosewood head and grip 6 inch sweep. Good plus REW43 50 100 photo"
6602-042 6602-042 HENRY PAISLEY ultimatum style brace. Ebony body and head brass has only light tarnish and a few dings. Ebony has a couple checks and several user names stamped throughout. Bone surrounding brass medallion on head missing. Some light rust on screws. Good GAN394 150 300 photo"
6602-043 6602-043 ROBERT S.W. SLACK ultimatum style brace. Small Sheffield maker ebony and brass body. Nice lignum head with a few dings and some spots of black paint nice brass button. Brass on body has a few user stamps and a few chips including one on grip and some more black paint on body brass has light wear. Good GAN397 125 250 photo"
6602-044 6602-044 Shipwrights adze. Has an illegible makers name and Portland -presumed Maine- cast into the head 4 inch flat blade with 2-quarter inch square pin poll 26 inch original handle. Poll is used to drive old nails or knots below surface to avoid damaging blade. Good plus REW1743 50 100 photo"
6602-045 6602-045 Mortising axe. Unmarked and probably smith made 1-three quarters inch blade good solid 18 inch handle. Good SPM380 30 60 photo"
6602-046 6602-046 T. H. WITHERBY slick. 3-half inch blade good clear mark handle is an elaborately turned replacement 27 inch. Good plus BEN9 50 100 photo"
6602-047 6602-047 I and H SORBY kent side axe. Clearly marked with Sorbys Golden Fleece trademark tne number 4 and Steel Head on the poll. 4-half blade with some surface pitting but still sharp old 14 straight handle. Good SPM383 50 100 photo"
6602-048 6602-048 Lot of two hatchets. A STANLEY Bell System linemans axe with the square hole for use as a wrench and a KEEN KUTTER For Sportsmen hatchet with the wild duck trademark and spalled poll. Both are worn but undamaged with freshly ground edges. Solid old handles. Good MLR10 11 50 100 photo"
6602-049 6602-049 Lot of two edge tools. A double bit adze handforged 9 inch wide with 6-half inch handle. Some pitting on metal and forging flaw near one edge a few stains on handle. And a froe also handforged 8 inch edge and 15 inch handle with split at top but otherwise nice. Spots of rust on both. Good SPM236 326 30 60 photo"
6602-050 6602-050 JAMES CAM pruning chisel. Socketed chisel 2 inch wide with hook on side used for pruning small branches or vines. Metal heavily pitted with age 1-half inch crack at socket edge. Good mark. Different. Good- SPM355 30 60 photo"
6602-51 6602-051 BEALL BROS. hatchet head. Shaped like a lathing hatchet but heavier and marked by Beall Bros. of Alton IL who specialized in mining tools so presumably for mining use. Also has a 4 cast into the octagonal poll. 3-quarter inch blade 10-quarter inch long. Good NW1477 50 80 photo"
6602-052 6602-052 BRADY broad axe. Double bevel hewing axe with 9-half inch blade has a clear Brady Lancaster PA mark. 25 inch straight handle with long split some tarnish on blade but otherwise good. Good COL236 50 100 photo"
6602-053 6602-053 BEATTY broad axe. 10-half inch long single side edge marked Beatty Cast Steel 3 inch with traces of red paint. 14 inch handle has wear and light stains. A few spots of surface rust. Good COL232 40 80 photo"
6602-054 6602-054 Lot of three edge tools. A double-bitted felling axe unsigned 4-half inch edges surface rust but no damage solid 29 inch original handle. And two broad hatchets one unmarked with 4 inch single side edge some pitting to metal 12 inch handle has chip near head otherwise good. And a PLUMB with 5 inch edge anchor mark 12 inch handle with a ding or two but ok. Good SPM310 375 381 50 100 photo"
6602-055 6602-055 WILLIAM BEATTY broad axe. 10 inch single side edge mark cleaned slightly traces of gold paint or label beneath mark letter B stamped on backside. 13 inch curved handle has checks and inactive worm. Forging flaw near blade that doesnt appear to effect use. Good COL231 40 80 photo"
6602-056 6602-056 Lot of two broad hatchets. One with 5 inch single side edge and partial mark that looks like FARWELL OZMUN and KIRK hardware dealers out of St. Paul MN. 13 inch handle with a few stains metal has some dinging but edge good. And another 5 inch single side edge one stamped onlywith number 4 12 inch handle with wear and stains some surface rust on metal and a chip from back corner. Good REW1741 1742 40 80 photo"
6602-057 6602-057 Lot of two coopers howells. Used to cut a bevel around the inside of the barrel to fit the head. One with worn wood and some staining iron bolts and nuts wedge chewed 2-quarter inch Barton cutter. And another stamped into wood Mannebach Bros wood in better shape iron bolts and nuts has brass wear plates on base and hang hole. User initials stamped and written in bottom with nail heads. Unfortunately the 3 inch cutter and wedge are missing. Good- GAN 30 60 photo"
6602-058 6602-058 Core box plane. Unsigned and made by a patternmaker. 13-half inch long of laminated wood with 6 inch wings. Toted. Some holes drilled in wings two of which are used to hang it by wire. Nicely done. Good plus DSD30 50 100 photo"
6602-059 6602-059 Lot of four coopers howells. All unsigned and probably user made sizes from 8 inch to 13 inch across good original wedges and cutters average wear. Good DSD44 45 80 140 photo"
6602-060 6602-060 Lot of two coffin smoothers. Both 8 inch and unsigned one looks like red mahogany and has a 1-three quarters inch Hearnshaw Bros. cutter and a nice wedge with knob the the other is beech and wider with an unmarked 2-quarter inch cutter. Normal toolbox wear. Good and better CLA535 544 60 100 photo"
6602-061 6602-061 Rosewood horned plane. 10 inch sole two piece body held together with three bolts that look original. 1-three quarters inch cutter with cap iron is marked C. Jennings and Co. Patented Sept. 1 1888 which isnt a US patent date. Good plus LBD494 40 80 photo"
6602-062 6602-062 Handled infill smoothing plane. 7-quarter inch iron body looks similar to a Norris but unmarked. No bridge only wood wedge. 2-quarter inch Sorby cutte. Tote has no major damage bun missing its strike button. Surface rust wear to wood and some paint splotches. Wood clean up nicely into a good user. Good- PLH71X 90 180 photo"
6602-063 6602-063 Handled infill smoother. Unsigned and an unusual design that I dont recognize. Cast iron body 8 inch sole. Rosewood tote and infill secured by two screws through sole. Tote tip is chipped and cracked with parts ot it possibly reglued. Gunmetal bridge bun and tote have some dinging and letter X carved in both sides of tote a few tiny chips in sole. 2 inch Sorby cutter and chipbreaker are heavily pitted. Good PLH70X 100 200 photo"
6602-064 6602-064 W.J. ARMOUR infill plane. 6-half inch iron body with compassed sole gunmetal bridge marked with Armours name and London rosewood infill. Chip on corner of bun and on wedge some overall wear. Owner name stamped several times. 2 inch Sorby cutter. Tight crack in sole and cheek at throat and a couple repaired cracks at rear strike button. Some spots of green paint. Throat has some chips. Armour appears to have had an association with planemakers John Moseley and Son or possibly worked for them at some point. Good- GAN423 150 300 photo"
6602-065 6602-065 Steel infill chariot plane. Unsigned but two user names stamped into wedge. Wedge looks like light mahogany and is carved to include a knob. Theres a metal plate screwed to the body under the cutter to tighten the wedge dont know if its original or an old repair. 7-half inch sole 1-three quarters inch unsigned cutter. Good plus CLA74 150 300 photo"
6602-066 6602-066 BRIDGE CITY commemorative hand vise. Very clean nice rosewood handle extremely light surface rust in a few spots in original velvet-lined wooden presentation box with one broken hinge. This is discontinued but was originally 200 dollars. Good plus BWH101 75 150 photo"
6602-067 6602-067 BRIDGE CITY commemorative squevel No. 1 IOB. Made of rosewood and brass and in velvet lined wood box with mild wear slight tarnish to brass in spots. Good BWH106 35 70 photo"
6602-068 6602-068 STANLEY commemorative screwdrivers IOB. 2 flathead screwdrivers made for the 150th anniversary in original wooden box with number 00492 on lid both tools and box mint inside original cardboard box with some fading and light wear. Mint BWH102 50 100 photo"
6602-069 6602-069 RABONE Chesterman No. 1626 level IOB. 12 inch version with complete label on one side vials intact. Wood has a few scuffs. Box has wear and staining especially on lid and one corner ripped but otherwise intact labels overall good. Good plus PLH227X 50 100 photo"
6602-070 6602-070 STANLEY No. 44 bit and square level IOB. Designed to be clamped onto drill bit or square gold lacquer nearly complete level wet. Clean. Green box has wear and a hole on top. Good plus DOR140 35 70 photo"
6602-071 6602-071 Lot of two BRIDGE CITY tools IOB. An end-locking t-bevel number 205 in the signature series mint. And a folding caliper rule also mint and number 205 in the series. Boxes have some dirt and staining Fine BWH99 100 40 80 photo"
6602-072 6602-072 Lot of two BRIDGE CITY scratch awls IOB. A small one SA-1 looks unused but has some extremely light surface rust spots on metal and a large one SA-2 near mint. Both in boxes with light wear and instructions. Good plus and better BWH110 111 50 100 photo"
6602-073 6602-073 Lot of four block planes IOB. A STANLEY No. 110 red body made in USA nickel plating and japanning good some spots of surface rust especially on sole. Box end detached but present some staining. A 7 inch GREAT NECK grey japanned body looks mint. Box has some tears and wear. And two CRAFTSMAN No. 3704 adjustable throat one red box and one blue box one mostly clean with grey japanning the other has some blue spray paint in spots. Boxes have wear and staining. Good and better KGM38 39 41 42 40 80 photo"
6602-074 6602-074 LIE-NIELSEN No. 97-half small chisel plane IOB. Mint in box never used. Box also like new. Mint BWH108 100 200 photo"
6602-075 6602-075 Lot of two English STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 71 router with three extra cutters mint box good with a mild stain spot or two. And an adjustable throat block plane near mint box has some warping and a few small tears. Fine and better BWH104 109 35 70 photo"
6602-076 6602-076 J. DENISON screw arm plow plane. Beech plow with boxwood nuts and fence super clean condition with a couple of very small chips in the threads. Moulson Bros. No. 2 cutter. Fine CGD18 120 200 photo"
6602-077 6602-077 AUBURN TOOL CO. boxwood screw arm plow. Solid boxwood throughout a couple of stains or chars on toe and body light chipping on arm. Cleaned and polished and Auburn mark is faint but just legible. Unmarked cutter with pitting. Good plus DJS80 100 180 photo"
6602-078 6602-078 AUBURN TOOL CO. No. 89 unhandled screw arm plow. Beech throughout darkly patinated but undamaged. Turned finials on arms rope turning on nuts. Tiny chips on threads heel has a lot of dinging. Good plus CGD19 100 180 photo"
6602-079 6602-079 GLEAVE combination filletster plane. Uncommon form designed to function as either a sash or moving filletster two depth stops beech with corner boxing boxwood wedges look original. Very clean example of an uncommon plane. Gleaves Oldham Street mark. Fine GAN431 150 250 photo"
6602-080 6602-080 D. KIMBERLY patent three arm plow. Decent example of the only English center arm plow. Wood darkened throughout but undamaged red japanning on bridge is abouit 50 percent missing the wingnut as is often the case wedge very worn owners mark on toe obscuring the Kimberly mark. Good GAN220G 100 200 photo"
6602-081 6602-081 HIGLEY and HICKS unhandled screw-arm plow. Body is a light straight grained wood that could be boxwood and has been cleaned. Unfortunately the nuts dont match and one is a replacement I think the rear one. Higley and Hicks made planes in Ohio City now part of Cleveland in the 1850s their mark rates three stars. The Hi and final s are very faint. Good DJS1000 80 150 photo"
6602-082 6602-082 GREENFIELD TOOL CO. No. 537 screw-arm plow. Beech with boxwood nuts and arms. Finish has worn off but plane is undamaged and very clean. Greenfields B mark a little light but clearly legible. Good plus GAN231G 80 150 photo"
6602-083 6602-083 EMIR screw arm plow. Very uncommon plow marked EMIR the trademark of Emmerich -Berlon- Ltd. the English toolmaker. Unusual design with inner nuts flush with the body and high square shoulders on the fence. Probably dates to the 1950s wood is worn but no major damage. The only one Ive seen. Good NPL12 60 120 photo"
6602-084 6602-084 UNION FACTORY unhandled screw arm plow. Beech with boxwood nuts and arms. Very clean with only minor thread chips wedge is worn. Good plus CGD17 80 150 photo"
6602-085 6602-085 Lot of two fenced English planes. Screw-arm unhandled plow by VARVILL and SONS with the Ebor Works mark and several user marks beech body has wear but no serious damage wedge is worn. And a moving filletster marked T. Ward which I couldnt locate but typical English design boxed brass tips at least one wedge replaced. Good and beter GAN5141 5142 100 160 photo"
6602-086 6602-086 Unhandled screw arm plow. Unsigned but looks English with church window depth stop. Beech with rosewood nuts and arms turned finials with some wear and moderate chipping. 7-half inch long. Good GAN235G 60 100 photo"
6602-087 6602-087 SARGENT and CO. No. 743 unhandled plow. Beech with boxwood nuts and arms. Body has wear and some staining but would clean up nicely rope turned decoration on nuts a couple of small chips on the threads wedge has mild wear heel dinged. Good BFS284 60 100 photo"
6602-088 6602-088 Lot of three STANLEY marking gauges. A No. 66 with sweetheart mark a No. 77 rosewood adjustable mortise gauge and an unmarked No. 162 with the face plate and an extra hole in the head. Apart from that all have normal wear and good points. Good and better LBD404 406 612 50 80 photo"
6602-089 6602-089 Lot of Two Mitre Squares. A STANLEY No. 2 based on Winterbottoms patent and an unmarked one with the same design and a brass and rosewood handle. Both have 6 inch blades with mild pitting and rounded corners. Handles are good noting that the brass has slightly separated from the wood on the Stanley. Good LBD309 316 30 50 photo"
6602-090 6602-090 Lot of three layout tools. A rosewood bodied mortise gauge with external thumbscrew slide brass locking thumbscrew on head stuck some staining and dings in body points ok name scratched into stem. And what looks like handmade marking gauge ruled stem wood locking screw on head stem end cracked at point and overall worn. Plus a 3 inch try square with rosewood and brass handle brass diamond eschutcheon stamped O.E. Denney. Good BEN10 30 60 photo"
6602-091 6602-091 Lot of two try squares. A brass reproduction of a DISSTON No. 5-half blade unmarked with some surface rust a couple light spots of tarnish. And an 8 inch STANLEY No. 20 try square light pitting on blade wood has a few dings. Good NHF342 30 60 photo"
6602-092 6602-092 STANLEY No. 60 marking and cutting gauge. Early and uncommon with 1874 patent date faint on stem japanning 70 percent pin worn down. Good REW1220 60 120 photo"
6602-093 6602-093 Lot of two marking gauges. A STANLEY No. 91 good japanning only a few spots of rust pins good. And a steel and iron one stem has ornate turning on end crack at pin. Good and better REW1217 1221 30 60 photo"
6602-094 6602-094 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Brassbound ebony stem and what looks like lignum head. Both pins worn down staining and some scratches on head smoothed out chip in ebony dinging on brass on stem user stamps Good LBD532 30 60 photo"
6602-095 6602-095 Lot of two mortise gauges. A STANLEY No. 77 some dings in rosewood pins decent. And a similar one where pin slides with push and pull of square brass knob unmarked one pin worn general wear and dinging to body and brass. Good LBD380 381 30 60 photo"
6602-096 6602-096 Lot of three gauges. Unmarked cutting gauge beech with two iron locking thumbscrews brass strips and concentric circles stamps all along the edges of stock. End with cutter brassbound. A few chips in wood and in one spot on brass strips. And two marking gauges - one rosewood with brass end boxwood locking thumbscrew good pin with user stamp and one made of boxwood with brass strips stock has crack and is stamped with letter 10 and what looks like a clover. Good SPM359 360 361 40 80 photo"
6602-097 6602-097 Trammel points with long points. Unmarked 1 inch x 1-half inch brass pair with locking screws on top and 5-quarter inch steel points one point slightly bent at end on 8 inch wood keeper. Light surface rust in a couple spots. Good CLA33 35 70 photo"
6602-098 6602-098 Set of large trammel points. User made solid cast brass with steel tips 10-half inch long locking screws with engine-turned knurling original keepers on a 10 inch keeper bar. Good plus DSD21 75 150 photo"
6602-099 6602-099 Set of trammel points. Brass bodies steel points decorative thumbsrews 7 inch long total some scratching and tarnish on 8 inch wood keeper. Good CLA20 30 60 photo"
6602-100 6602-100 Trammel points with pencil. A small square-bodied brass pair with decorative top locking screws and screw-in pencil holder with pencil 2 inch steel points. Top locking screws stamped 753. Light surface rust spots. On 5-half inch long total and on 5-half inch keeper.   ACS58 30 60 photo"
6602-101 6602-101 STANLEY Nos. 4 and 5 trammel point sets. The No. 5 set of machinists trammel points is one of the rarest sets of Stanley trammels this is the japanned version with minor loss one has some loss of nickel but the other is ok. And a set of No. 4 points one with the pencil holder nickel 90 percent. Both on keeper bars. Good plus REW1218 1219 80 160 photo"
6602-102 6602-102 Large drafting tools. Made of ebony and brass and likely a vector set as they appear to fit together with a pin and hole on brass ends. One has a 40 inch straight edge marked Stanley London which is likely W.F. Stanley as the manufacturer. Some chips in edges one large near end hanghole a few dings in brass. Other part has 16 inch long adjustable locking edges unfortunately the top edge has broken and is detached and will need to be repaired. Different. Fair and better ACS128 129 50 100 photo"
6602-103 6602-103 Lot of two sets of trammel points. One set has cast brass bodies slightly keystone shaped 6-half inch long steel points with large locking wingnuts on top. Unmarked crack in base of one some dings. And one with plated brass bodies about half plating remains 5-half inch long points also plated large flat-top knurled locking screws. Both on keepers. Good WFN7 8 50 100 photo"
6602-104 6602-104 STANLEY Odd-Jobs. Type 2 vial replaced traces of nickel plating some surface rust. Good- BCN132 30 60 photo"
6602-105 6602-105 STANLEY Type 1 Odd-Jobs. Hall and Trauts patent date stamped on reverse and S casting mark which is uncommon. Very slight nickel loss on one edge. Good plus DJS224 60 120 photo"
6602-106 6602-106 5 pocket levels. STANLEY Nos. 40 and 41 some surface rust and japanning loss. An unmarked one that is 3-half inch long screw missing brass top plate and most of its japanning and one similar in faceplate design but iron 3 inch rusty and worn. And an uncommon solid brass-bodied AUTO-LITE No. 8079A with flip-up vial cover 3-half inch long with a few spots of tarnish but overall good. All vials wet. Good- and better SPM349 50 100 photo"
6602-107 6602-107 Trammel points. 1-half inch long brass bodies with 2-half inch iron points knurled edge locking knobs. User stamps on both a few spots of tarnish. Good BAS103 30 60 photo"
6602-108 6602-108 Trammel points. 5 inch long square brass bodies decorative steel points nice knurled locking screws looks like at one point they were fully nickel plated but it is worn on square bodies and mostly there on rest. Stamped 1 and 2. On keeper. Good WFN10 35 70 photo"
6602-109 6602-109 Decorative D-router. Has three eighths inch cutter held by decorative iron wingnut with brass washer and protective inside plate. Sole is also brass. Unmarked some wear to wood and scratching on brass 2 inch crack on one side wing of the body. Nicely made. Good GAN5458 50 100 photo"
6602-110 6602-110 Gullwing shave. Brass compassed sole unmarked 2 inch cutter beech body. Some dings and staining to wood wedge has a few cracks and hole drilled in one side cutter has pitting and surface rust. Brass has very light scratching. Good CLA434 40 80 photo"
6602-111 6602-111 Lot of two tools. A coachmakers router with cast iron adjustable fence and wear plate 15 inch long with one eighths inch inch cutter some staining. And what looks like wooden laundry pliers 20 inch long look handmade some chips and wear to wood. Good VTD 30 60 photo"
6602-112 6602-112 Lot of four wood shaves. All but one have brass thumbscrews diamond inlays and blade guards and marked Cast Steel on blade. Wear on all but the plain one has the most wear and staining. Three have hang holes. One stamped Bagshaw and Field Philadelphia on handle. Good SPM362 364 365 366 35 70 photo"
6602-113 6602-113 Tapered rounder. 5 inch x 2-quarter inch square body with 2 inch handles and 2-quarter inch cutter attached with two screws. Wood has nice patina some dings and wear and several user stamps. Cutter sharp. Good DJS285 30 60 photo"
6602-114 6602-114 L and IJ WHITE concave spokeshave. 17 inch wide overall with nicely turned handles but missing ferrules. 2-quarter inch wide blade stamped lightly on backside with Buffalo mark. Some oxidation of metal but in fairly nice condition for a rare shave. Good SPM235 75 150 photo"
6602-115 6602-115 Lot of two KUNZ No. 80 cabinet scrapers. One has decal and marked blade both have about 90 percent of green japanning. One with decal has wingnut screw to hold blade other has thumbscrew and unmarked blade. Surface rust on both. Good RML2 35 70 photo"
6602-116 6602-116 Lot of two STANLEY spokeshaves. A No. 62 blades unmarked japanning only on underside of handles as well as patent date and B casting mark. A few spots of surface rust. And a No. 65 cutter marked with circular mark including Haynes 2 2 seven eighths inch patent date with adjustment slot partially through the mark japanning 80 percent some surface rust. Good HAN553 80 100 photo"
6602-117 6602-117 Lot of three STANLEY tools. No. 11 beltmakers plane patent date on cutter japanning repainted a few chips out of wood handle but otherwise good some pitting and surface rust. A No. 81 scraper rosewood bottom shows light use nickel plating nearly complete cutter marked Stanley but only about 2-half inches of life left. And a No. 66 hand beader nickel plated model about 65 percent left. One cutter and rounded fence only. Good FNK185 190 191 60 120 photo"
6602-118 6602-118 STANLEY No. 66 hand beader. Has the tall brass screw of a Type 1 but also has Stanley and the patent date cast into body. The screw is slightly stripped so it doesnt quite tighten a washer would fix that. Straight fence one double-ended cutter japanning 90 percent. Good RSR53 40 80 photo"
6602-119 6602-119 Windsor beader. Marked with both of Pool and Wiliams 1885 patents has both original irons. Made of ebonized wood and cast iron brass tips on handles. Wear to wood and heavy pitting to metal. Good- CLA308 60 120 photo"
6602-120 6602-120 Brass instrument makers plane. Squirrel tail handle flat sole unmarked except for BB-3 on underside of handle three quarters inch blade attached with screw small spots of tarnish but overall clean. Good BCN207 35 70 photo"
6602-121 6602-121 Lot of four brass shaves. Three are marked Leos and with user initials fourth only has user initials. All are 4 across with 1 cutters one is convex rest are flat soled. In nice condition. Good plus NHF326 50 100 photo"
6602-122 6602-122 STEARNS flexible sole shave. Patented by Herbert Coe of Phoenix in 1900 the flexible sole allows it to be convex concave or flat. The spokeshave equivalent of the No. 113. An uncommon shave in good condition locking screw replaced japanning 50 percent. Good HAN574 50 100 photo"
6602-123 *6602-123 STANLEY No. 51 spokeshave. Japanning intact sweetheart cutter that has a couple of unusual slots in it maybe from another model but works here. Good plus RSR109 15 30 photo"
6602-124 6602-124 KEUFFEL and ESSER Champion 100 foot tape. Based on Willie Keuffels 1900 patent. Clearly marked and in near mint condition. Fine VTO39 60 120 photo"
6602-125 6602-125 Large dividers. Made of brass and steel clean decorative form 13 inch legs round head screw at joint. Unmarked. Good plus WOL704 40 80 photo"
6602-126 6602-126 Lot of seven spring calipers. 9 inch to 3 inch in length two are BROWN and SHARPE rest are STARRETT. Most have surface rust a few are clean. Good MHT69 30 60 photo"
6602-127 *6602-127 Lot of two wood tools. A gauge with 15-half inch long ruled wood bar and two 3-quarter inch x 2 inch triangular markers with locking thumbscrews. One has crack at top near thumbscrew wood worn and stained. And a small handmade beader two toothed cutters on either end and head with large decorative knob locking screw. One side of head is cut at an angle allowing stem to be positioned downwards to cut. Small hole in head small crack in wood where cutter sits. Different. Good- and better WCS28 25 50 photo"
6602-128 6602-128 Lot of two bevels. One is unmarked rosewood with brass ends light dinging 10 inch blade with a few spots of pitting and scratches brass locking wingnut. And a smaller one with the BELKNAP BLUEGRASS mark on 6 inch blade rosewood body and locking screw brass ends have slight tarnish light wear blade nice with blueing. Good VTO32 47 35 70 photo"
6602-129 *6602-129 Lot of four measuring tools. Two STANLEY t-bevels 10 inch including a No. 18 in excellent condition with almost all its nickel plating and only one small spot of pitting on blade and a No. 25 with blued blade handle has a few flecks of paint and light wear very litle use. Plus a STANLEY No. 20 try square 6 inch light wear and tarnish on blued blade. And a 6 inch TRUE VALUE also with wear scratches on blade. Good plus RSR22 23 20 40 photo"
6602-130 6602-130 STAR TOOL CO. patented bevel. Marked with the patent date 11 55 67 registered to L.D. Howard of St. Johnsbury Vermont and manufactured by Star Tool. 4-half inch rosewood body with brass tips 6 inch square cut blade. Surface corrosion on blade and tarnish to brass but no damage and would clean up nicely. User stamp on back. Good ASG210 40 80 photo"
6602-131 6602-131 HOWARD patent bevel. Not marked but unmistakable as one of his 11 5 67 patented bevels 8 inch blade with brassbound rosewood body this is the version with the level but unfortunately someone cut into the rosewood and removed the level completely and repaired with piece of rosewood. No idea why anyone would do that but beyond a few dings and chips and some surface rust this is the only major flaw on this uncommon bevel. Good- LEE89 40 80 photo"
6602-132 6602-132 Bevel. Could be manufactured but is unmarked roughly 8-half inch x 1 inch laminated wood body with metal diamond eschutcheon on both sides with pin through it that holds the 7-half inch steel blade and allows it to rotate 360 degrees through the body. Has protective steel ends. Some staining and wear to wood one or two chips in wood blade has a few spots of pitting and a couple scratches. Good VTD 40 80 photo"
6602-133 6602-133 Lot of two bone rules. One or both may be made by AUTHENTIC MODELS who make replicas of antiques based upon the label on underside of box. One is two-foot four-fold rule and other is one-foot four-fold caliper rule. Both made of bleached bone and brass and are ruled in inches and centimeters. Some slight yellowing in areas. Good MDY378 40 80 photo"
6602-134 6602-134 Leg double calipers. Nearly 6 inch long unmarked. Some mild pitting but no major damage. Good WCS24 50 100 photo"
6602-135 6602-135 Lot of three KERSHAW BROS. Eagle bevels. A 12 inch cast Eagle and Trademark with eagle on each side of body some mild tarnish and surface rust. And two 6inch - one cast Eagle on both sides user name etched twice and one with a side cast Trademark with eagle and other side is plain brass and looks like replacement. On all the blade is marked with Kershaw Bros and Pat Apld For. Good LEE92 50 100 photo"
6602-136 *6602-136 Metal yardstick. Unsigned in immaculate unused condition in original blue mailing tube. I think its gold-colored aluminum. By far the nicest yardstick youll ever own. Fine MAX365 10 20 photo"
6602-137 6602-137 Lot of four rules. Three RABONE rules including a No. 1190 four-fold three-foot rule with intact integral level wood is crisp and minty on inside some wear and staining on outside wood tarnish on the brass. A No. 1185 four-fold four-foot clean with only a few scratches slight tarnish to brass. And a No. 1380 Chesterman barely used and very slight tarnish to brass. And an unmarked boxwood bevel rule 13-half inch long with 12 inch bevel edge metric markings up to 35 centimeters. Good and better GAN5456 50 100 photo"
6602-138 6602-138 Lot of four rules. A TWO-AXE four-fold three-foot very slightly sprung. A SMALLWOOD four-fold 28 inches long some tarnish and two pins missing. A HOCKLEY ABBEY minimal staining and wear slight tarnish to brass slightly sprung but nice. All three are boxwood with brass ends and marked in both inches and centimeters. Plus a STANLEY No. 66-three quarters four-fold three-foot brassbound with sweetheart mark some fading and staining to body pins missing. Good VTD97 107 197 40 80 photo"
6602-139 6602-139 Lot of two STANLEY rules. A No. 5 carpenters rule two-fold two-foot brassbound some staining and wear pins ok. And a No. 18 sweetheart mark more wear and staining than the No. 5 pins missing brass slightly tarnished. Good- and better LBD93 95 30 60 photo"
6602-140 6602-140 J. RABONE and SONS carpenters slide rule. Boxwood with brass ends protractor and slide extension. Back edge rounded down a long time ago and well done good pins markings still nice. Brass has little tarnish small chip on edge overall nice. Good NHF338 40 80 photo"
6602-141 6602-141 STANLEY No. 15 carpenters slide rule. Brassbound two-fold two-foot with brass slide extension. Wood has some toolbox dinging and light wear brass looks lightly polished both pins good overall in nice shape. Good plus LBD99 60 120 photo"
6602-142 6602-142 Lot of two rosewood bevel rules. Both marked Hamburg and look very similar 7-half inch long has two brass bevels that fold out to make it 13 inch long total. And a 12 inch long with one brass bevel that folds to make it 22-half inch long. Both have pins in wood as markings and stamped numbers bevels also ruled. Smaller one in nice condition light wear and a little tarnish to brass larger one has good wood but bevel is bent and tarnished hinge pin may be a replacement some pins missing on backside. Good- and better VTD85 95 30 60 photo"
6602-143 6602-143 CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 036 inclinometer rule. Invented by L.C. Stephens in 1858 and sold by Chapin-Stephen for many years before it became the Stanley No. 036 wood worn and a couple very light stains brass only slightly tarnished on edges bevel and pin nice. Level is intact. Good LBD61 60 120 photo"
6602-144 6602-144 STANLEY No. 62C caliper rule. One of Stanleys rarer rules two-foot two-fold with brass edging and caliper. Sweetheart mark some wear and general dinginess to outer wood and tarnish to brass all pins good. Good LBD68 45 90 photo"
6602-145 6602-145 Lot of two uncommon STANLEY sweetheart caliper rules. A No. 83C caliper some staining and wear to outside brass has some tarnish pins ok. And a No. 62C staining on inside and outside one pin missing. Good LBD64 66 60 120 photo"
6602-146 6602-146 Pocket engineers rule. Unmarked. One-fold nine inches long with various engineering scales on boxwood body brass hinge. A couple small stains small hairline crack near bottom edge but overall nice. Good plus LBD63 30 60 photo"
6602-147 *6602-147 Lot of machinists and pocket rules. A couple of metal folding rules by STARRETT including a small zig-zag and a No. 471 both with some staining. Two machinist conversion metal rules one by LUFKIN one by SCULLY-JONES and CO. A white plastic pocket rule with rosewood veneer strip in middle. And six pocket caliper rules five are metal including an unmarked brass one one STARRETT a MCGRATH an EXECUTIVE a BURNDY. And a LUFKIN boxwood with brass caliper staining and caliper slightly bent. Good- and better GRN21 25 50 photo"
6602-148 6602-148 Lot of three MILLERS FALLS hand drills. Two No. 2s one with flat rosewood head mushroom shaped side handle crank handle looks like replacement and has a stain traces of red japanning black is 60 percent no bits. And one with red stained hardwood head and handles red japanning looks repainted some wear to wood 4 bits in head. And a No. 980 two-speed eggbeater drill one of MFÕs larger hand drills no bit storage in head traces of japanning wood has moderate wear and a splotch of paint up near top of head. All have three-jaw chucks and surface rust. Good RML3 60 120 photo"
6602-149 6602-149 Lot of two hand drills. A MILLERS FALLS No. 77 clean with light wear mark on handle prior to Greenfield location. And a STANLEY No. 624 japanning 65 percent hande has a few dings dark stained hardwood handles 6 bits in handle some surface rust. Three-jaw chucks. Good AED45 46 40 80 photo"
6602-150 6602-150 MARPLES No. 423 hand drill. Clean Jacobs three-jaw chuck black lacquered handles lightly worn and blue japanning nearly complete. Good plus RJR37 30 60 photo"
6602-151 6602-151 MILLERS FALLS No. 85 single-speed radio hand drill. Has most of original decal on handle 8 bits in handle japanning 90 percent light surface rust. Three-jaw chuck has lose jaws that may need repair. Good GRN34 30 60 photo"
6602-152 *6602-152 Lot of three archimedean drills. Two with wood heads one large mushroom shaped and other smaller ball shaped and handles both with wear and staining more so on one with smaller head. And a weighted one all metal stamped Hobbies. Two have bits in chucks. Good BCN170 25 50 photo"
6602-153 6602-153 Bow drill. Steel shaft beech handle with brass ferrule and drum. Friction chuck. Good plus DJS182 50 100 photo"
6602-154 6602-154 Bow drill and bow. Nicely turned from beech decorative knob on handle iron shaft with brass chuck nut includes one bit 9-half inch without the bit. Comes with an 18 inch bow that was originally intended for a pump drill. Fine DJS31 60 120 photo"
6602-155 6602-155 Small drill press. Unmarked 16 tall with eggbeater drill three jaw chuck green and black japanning with red painted handle may have originally had a vise in the base. Japanning 70 percent handle has light wear some surface rust and grime still works smoothly. Good MHT73 60 120 photo"
6602-156 6602-156 YANKEE No. 555A breast drill. Five position ratcheting mechanism two-speed shift lever on crank has 6 patent dates under stamp japanning 60 percent and has traces of label nickel plating 75 percent wood handle lightly worn two-jaw chuck missing support handle. Good- AED48 60 120 photo"
6602-157 6602-157 MILLERS FALLS No. 118 breast drill. Three-jaw chuck red drive gear with 70 percent of original triangle decal one handle stained red other is not. Level vial wet japanning 70 percent. Overall clean with light wear to handles. Good MHT77 40 80 photo"
6602-158 6602-158 Lot of two YANKEE drills IOB. A No. 30A clean with some mild dinging to handle includes three flat-head bits. Box has good top label tape around front corners of lid and bottom which covers side label light wear to edges. And a No. 133H mostly clean some wear to paint on handle and remnants of sticker has bit set in container also a 2-half inch MILLERS FALLS No. 1 plumb bob also in the drill box. Box label mostly there 10 small punch holes in lid edges worn bottom covered in brown tape and one split seam in bottom corner. Good plus OVR117 40 80 photo"
6602-159 6602-159 Lot of two breast drills. A GOODELL-PRATT No. 245 red stained handles black japanned body and red drive gear with 70 percent original decal. Some light wear to nickel plating japanning 75 percent. Unfortunately chuck needs repair as one jaw appears missing and other two are loose. And a NORTH BROS. Yankee No. 1445 good three jaw chuck red stained handles and especially the head have wear 80 percent japanning slight loss of nickel plating. Good- and better MHT81 50 100 photo"
6602-160 6602-160 Mixed Lot of Chisels. Seven firmer chisels mostly bevel edged including 2 inch L and IJ WHITE other makers include WITHERBY and BUCK BROS. one corner chisel all with socket handles all with wear but no damage good blades. Good and better JPR174 100 180 photo"
6602-161 6602-161 Lot of flat-bottomed lipped auger bits. Eleven bits widths up to 1-half inch and lengths up to 20 inch all have pointed ends presumably designed to fit an auger handle unsigned. Good GAN277G 100 160 photo"
6602-162 6602-162 Lot of six heavy mortise chisels. Very heavy duty widths from 1 inch to half inch various makers including MARPLES MATHIESON BRADES four have no handles. Good plus GAN5457 80 140 photo"
6602-163 6602-163 Lot of Five Chisels. Two pigstickers one gooseneck two long paring chisels makers include MELHUIS and TYZACK some unmarked. Good and better WOL390 80 160 photo"
6602-164 *6602-164 Hoop driver. Steel with wood handle with crack 9 inch long. Good- BHR 20 40 photo"
6602-165 6602-165 Mixed lot of chisels and floats. Four LIE-NIELSEN floats including quarter inch and three eighths inch mortise floats a cheek push and a face float. Plus two paring chisels two pigstickers a gooseneck and two unhandled corner chisels. English makers. Fine MDY384 140 200 photo"
6602-166 6602-166 Set of five carving chisels. Appear to be a matched set but not marked. Two rounded ends two slanted one flat gouge. Good plus PLH225X 75 150 photo"
6602-167 6602-167 Lot of two Japanese double-bladed mortise chisels. One is three quarters inch with quarter inch between blades the other a litte narrower 10 inch long used but undamaged. Good plus MDY381 30 60 photo"
6602-168 6602-168 Lot of tools and handles. Three chisels including one mortise one bevel marked RELIANCE and half inch one that has thick square body with laid-on edge and partial mark for P. MERRILL and CO. Plus several wood handles various styles three carving chisels and a t-handle auger. Good HMS25 30 60 photo"
6602-169 6602-169 Set of five Japanese mortise chisels. Widths from three quarters inch to quarter inch 10 inch long hollow ground appear almost unused. Fine MDY382 100 150 photo"
6602-170 6602-170 Set of three GARRETT WADE carving tools. Two three eighths inch bent skew chisels right and left handed and a five sixteenths inch bent chisel. Fine MDY383 60 100 photo"
6602-171 6602-171 Set of Five SARGENT firmer chisels. Widths from 1-half inch to half inch all bevel edged except the 1-half inch 14 inchs long with good socket handles wear but no damage in old canvas roll with a tear. Good plus BFS285 120 200 photo"
6602-172 6602-172 Lot of two core box planes. Both made by a patternmaker. One stamped A.L on toe solid triangular body with 8 inch sole and 2-quarter inch sides glued in tote and knob. Other unsigned curved body with steel plated sole 6-three quarters inch long with 4 inch and 4-three quarters inch wings knob. Both very nicely made. Good plus WCS22 25 60 120 photo"
6602-173 6602-173 Lot of two MOCKRIDGE and FRANCIS rabbet planes. An 1-quarter inch flat sole rabbet with pitted cutter and worn sole and a 1 inch convex sole with original bone plate in front of throat. Good- and better DJS480 40 80 photo"
6602-174 6602-174 Bullnose chisel edge plane. User made wooden body 6-three quarters inch long carved tote with old repaired crack. Good WCS26 30 60 photo"
6602-175 *6602-175 European smoothing plane. 6-three quarters inch sole with 2 inch cutter. No markings. Good ACS64 20 40 photo"
6602-176 6602-176 European roughing plane. 4-half inch sole 1-quarter inch cutter slightly rounded decorative rosette carved in wedge. Good ACS65 30 60 photo"
6602-177 6602-177 Steel soled roughing plane. 12 inch long by 2-quarter inch wide sole steel plate wih some pitting has a W. BUTCHER 1-five eighths inch cutter with rounded end and wide throat for roughing out. Unusual design. Good BHR176 30 60 photo"
6602-178 6602-178 Steel soled smoother. Coffin shaped sole 4-half inch long unusual hand-carved knob at rear 1-three quarters inch SANDUSKY cutter initials stamped on wedge some wear but no major damage. Different. Good ESY68 35 70 photo"
6602-179 *6602-179 Lot of two wood bottom jack planes. STANLEY No. 26 Type 8 wood okay except end of tote neatly cut off metal good and another one thats the right size of a 26 but looks like a replacement wooden body with no trademark on toe tote missing end and reglued. Good- MAX180 196 20 40 photo"
6602-180 6602-180 LIBERTY BELL PLANE. Stanley No. 122. Type 4 block STANLEY mark on cutter that was used in 1909 only wood very good with some minor scratches on sole japanning 75 percent. Good plus LBD562 50 100 photo"
6602-181 6602-181 Lot of three STANLEY wood bottom planes. A No. 24 Type 12 wear to lacquer on one cheek japanning 80 percent some wear to knob and corners scratching to sole. And two No. 25 one a Type 10 with 65 percent japanning other is Type 11 with B casting mark on lever cap japanning 50 percent Both have some dings staining and wear to wood surface rust. Good BHR343 35 70 photo"
6602-182 6602-182 Carriagemakers tailed rabbet plane. Unmarked looks continental coffin shaped sole BUTCHER cutter. Chipping at throat two holes in one cheek some staining and light dinging. Well made. Good BHR342 30 60 photo"
6602-183 6602-183 Coffin plane. Body made of lignum vitae CHARLES BUCK cutter wedge looks like boxwood throat roughly cut or has some smoothed out chips. Some dinging at heel and on wedge. 1 inch crack at top edge of throat where wedge meets. An attractive plane. Good DJS1 40 80 photo"
6602-184 6602-184 Stop chamfer plane. Unmarked includes an internal stop to regulate the depth of the chamfer cut. Toe marked with user name G. Baines. 1-half inch cutter good and stamped with either an inkwell or smokestack not sure. 7-three quarters inch long. Some light wear and staining surface rust. Good CLA701 50 100 photo"
6602-185 *6602-185 E and J EVANS sun plane. Used by coopers to even up the end of staves. Two star B mark E and J Evans was a partnership that operated 1841-85 in Rochester NY. Wood has some tight cracks in sole at throat a few stains ok wedge unmarked cutter with pitting and chips. Also chips and wear at throat hanghole at toe. Good- BHR345 25 50 photo"
6602-186 6602-186 Lot of two 8 inch long coffin planes. One by OGONTZ TOOL CO. marked with number 3 at toe paint and staining on wood and on 2-one eighths inch SANDUSKY cutter a few chips in wood and wedge has checkered pattern scratched into it good strike button. Other is a SANDUSKY with 2 inch BUCK BROS cutter some wear and staining to wood strike button worn shallow dinging in toe some surface rust. Good RDL8 30 60 photo"
6602-187 6602-187 MOSELEY and SONS set of hollow and round pairs. Both evens and odds Nos. 1 through 14. Plus an extra No. 3 round a fully boxed double bead and a partially boxed side round. All stamped with same user name T. Simmons. Some have severe staining on side or sole a few have chewing on bodies and on several wedges. Majority have rusty cutters and a few are bent at top. General wear and tear on most. Good- MMY 175 300 photo"
6602-188 6602-188 STANLEY No. 50 light combination plane IOB. Looks dead mint rosewood handle appears to be all there including 17 clean cutters in wood box. Box has split seams on lid small tear in bottom edge writing on lid and nearly complete label. Fine OVR100 100 200 photo"
6602-189 6602-189 STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scraper IOB. Sweetheart mark on tensioning bar japanning 70 percent a few spots of surface rust. Box has light wear writing on side label 60 percent. Good OVR98 30 60 photo"
6602-190 6602-190 STANLEY No. 48 tongue and groove plane IOB. Sweetheart mark on one cap screw in excellent overall condition noting one small chip at base of handle knob has mild wear includes original instructions -also with sweetheart logo- and extra wide cutter in original envelope. Looks barely used. Box has some damage to paper on lid a couple splits in seams on bottom. Good plus OVR112 75 150 photo"
6602-191 6602-191 CRAFTSMAN No. 3730 rabbet IOB. Plane looks barely used with only one very small spot of japanning loss includes fence and depth stop box has fading on lid two split seams in bottom and good label. Fine OVR116 35 70 photo"
6602-192 6602-192 Lot of two STANLEY block planes IOB. A No. 203 very little loss of japanning some light surface rust in a few spots box has quite a bit of paper torn on lid otherwise ok label 99 percent. And a No. 9-half with original paper adjustable throat one small spot of japanning looks repainted light rust. Box has dirt and one seam torn good label. Both have notched rectangle mark and are made in USA Good plus OVR120 35 70 photo"
6602-193 6602-193 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes IOB. A No. 75 made in USA later version some surface rust. Box has one small tear in seams and light wear. And a No. 79 side rabbet made in England fenced version nickel plating good with mild spots of tarnish. Box good. Good plus OVR114 121 30 60 photo"
6602-194 6602-194 Lot of two STANLEY block planes IOB. Nos. 118P and 120. Both mint and later versions with notched rectangle marks and original decals. No. 118P has original store tag. Boxes have light wear. Fine OVR102 115 35 70 photo"
6602-195 6602-195 STANLEY No. 207 bench stop IOB. In box for a half-dozen one bench stop in original paper notched rectangle mark looks unusued with some light surface oxidation. Box has good label but three split seams. Good plus PLH113X 30 60 photo"
6602-196 6602-196 Lot of two No. 3 sized planes. A STANLEY No. 3 with sweetheart mark on cutter one patent date behind frog tall knob has a couple dings tote cracked at base some scratching on one cheek japanning 70 percent. Traces of decal on tote. And one marked only Made in USA behind knob and on cutter slightly wider than a No. 3 but same length red lacquered wood no lateral adjuster. Japanning 70 percent tote cracked at base light wear. Good- RSR36 75 35 70 photo"
6602-197 6602-197 STANLEY Victor No. 20 circular plane. Early nickel plated version with model number on adjustment knob. T mark on cutter plating 85 percent a few small spots of rust. Good plus RSR99 75 150 photo"
6602-198 6602-198 STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter hardwood handle and tote japanning 85 percent. Lacquer has crackling on tote knob has two cracks at base. Cutter stamped with letter K on back. Good BSR596 40 80 photo"
6602-199 6602-199 STANLEY No. 4-half. Type 7 japanning 90 percent metal clean. Tote has well repaired cracks near base and at the tip slight discoloration on sole tiny chip in sole at heel. Good RSR34 60 120 photo"
6602-200 6602-200 STANLEY No. 39 dado plane. Three quarters inch size with nearly complete japanning which may be repainted. Has number 413 stamped into body near depth stop. Nice and clean. Good RSR66 20 40 photo"
6602-201 6602-201 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Patent date on cutter and sweetheart mark on cap screw. Has proper fence and depth stop japanning 80 percent throat and cutter good. Good plus BSR592 80 160 photo"
6602-202 6602-202 STANLEY No. 49 tongue and groove plane. Nickel plating 75 percent has number cast into bed and scroll pattern on handle also has the letter S cast behind the blade. Cutters unmarked knob has crack at base what looks like a casting flaw on one of the skate edges behind the cutter as it has nickel plating on top. Good plus RSR95 80 160 photo"
6602-203 6602-203 Lot of three corrugated sole jack planes. A No. 5C by EDWIN HAHN who worked in Wilkes-Barre and may have had a connection with Siegley. 14 inch sole cutter properly marked. Wood tote and knob have chips nickel 40 percent on lever cap some surface rust japanning repainted edge sharp. A SARGENT No. 414C japanning 80 percent wood has a few dings surface rust on cutter and lever cap chip in top of cheek. And a STANLEY No. 5-halfC Type 11 aluminum replacement tote japanning 90 percent rust on metal. Good RML7 60 120 photo"
6602-204 6602-204 Lot of two No. 5 sized planes. Both corrugated one by MILLERS FALLS with japanning 80 percent tall knob has minor wear some rust on cutter and lever cap good tote. And a KEEN KUTTER K5 japanning repainted surface rust cutter properly marked tote tip has small chips wear to knob. Good RML8 40 80 photo"
6602-205 6602-205 STANLEY No. 45 parts and cutters. Two cutter sets for the sweetheart era model No. 1 and No. 2 in original slightly dirty boxes with 90-95 percent labels. Boxes have a total of 21 and the remaining two presumably are in the plane per the instructions on the label cutters have a bit of surface rust. Plus short rods depth stop cam rest and original instructions with moderate staining. Good- OVR372 50 100 photo"
6602-206 6602-206 Lot of three STANLEY bullnose rabbet planes. Two No. 90s both with sweetheart mark on cutter and hand-ee grips throats good nickel plating about 70 percent on one and 50 percent on other. Surface rust on both. And a No. 92 cutter unmarked toe stamped with sweetheart mark large dent and cracking in one cheek with FLK stamped over it and its almost like someone was trying to make a finger grip ding on other cheek stamped 386 on underside of throat nickel plating 70 percent surface rust. Good- and better HAN557 75 150 photo"
6602-207 6602-207 C.E.JENNINGS No. 305 Steers Patent smoothing plane. 14 inch sole with rosewood strips mostly intact with some chipping at heel and toe and a few shallow gouges in middle strip. Cutter sharp and marked with Jennings and Steers patent date Japanning looks repainted in the rear of the bed has white paint on knob and about 2 inch of the heel bed with flecks on rest of body. Tote tip missing cracked in center and loose surface rust on most of metal. Worth restoring if you want an example of Steers uncommon patent. Good- RML10 75 150 photo"
6602-208 6602-208 Lot of two jack planes. A STANLEY Bedrock No. 605C Type 2. Repainted knob has tight crack near screw tote has small chip on side some areas of surface rust. And a VAUGHAN and BUSHNELL No. 905C Vanadium with the characteristic flat top sides japanning repainted wood ok surface rust on most of metal. Good RML9 100 200 photo"
6602-209 6602-209 Lot of four wrenches. A 10 inch HANDE WRENCH CO. quick adjust a 10 inch RIDGE TOOL CO. No. 110 screw nut adjustable a REINHARD MCCABE Model 10 quick adjusting and a MATHEWS Never Stall combination wrench pliers crowbar and screwdriver. Thumbscrew has been replaced with flathead screw otherwise works fine. All have some surface rust. Good ALV150 462 50 100 photo"
6602-210 6602-210 Lot of three wrenches. A 15 inch ROGERS PRINTZ and CO patented -6 9 08- quick adjust wrench marked at handle end works smoothly. And two smaller 9-half inch ones that look extremely similar in design but are unmarked. All have surface rust. Good ALV524 641 660 40 80 photo"
6602-211 6602-211 Lot of four wrenches. A WHEATON faucet wrench marked Patented Feb 5 1918 and 7-HW. A CHANDLER CO. Yoke wrench marked Patent Pending. A W and C WYNN and CO combination adjustable wrench hammer 11 inch. And a BOYNTON Patent screw adjust pipe wrench marked with 6 14 1887 patent date. All have surface rust and dinging. Good ALV404 419 461 468 60 120 photo"
6602-212 6602-212 Lot of two patented wrenches. 10inch BAXTER patent double ended wrench that looks just like William Baxters first model wrench patent of 2 12 1856 with the round headed thumbscrew. Larger head marked on each jaw Patent 1856 and Feby with illegible numbers. Uncommon and in pretty decent condition with very little rust and mild dinging. And a 14 inch HARRIS WRENCH CO. swivel head wrench and marked Patent Pending for which the patent was eventually granted on 3 1 1932. Some surface rust but works smoothly. Good ALV447 450 40 80 photo"
6602-213 6602-213 Railroad wrench. Marked RFP Railroad W -Richmond Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad- and cast underneath is number 010091. Some surface rust otherwise intact and massive. Good ALV367 35 70 photo"
6602-214 6602-214 Lot of eight wrenches. A 6 inch U.S. WRENCH CO Bohn Quickfit with 70 percent nickel plating 6 inch GIRARD WRENCH MFG CO adjustable stamped Frisco. Four 5 inch bicycle nut wrenches including a HERCULES GIRDER No. 91 by JOSEPH LUCAS LTD one by ACME and L and S CO with slightly worn wood handle. And two 4 inch ones one unmarked and the other a BILLINGS. Spots of rust on a few but generally clean. Good ALV88 124 295 60 120 photo"
6602-215 *6602-215 Lot of three tools. A COLUMBIA patented tack hammer and nail puller wood handle has light wear and spots of rust on metal. A E. T. CO. patented -5 4 20- antiskid chain tool used to spread and close links of tire chains some light pitting to metal. And EAGLE CLAW wrench pliers patented 10 6 03 also with light pitting. Good ALV103 117 434 25 50 photo"
6602-216 6602-216 Lot of five swivel head adjustable wrenches. Two 6 inch ones by LARCOLOGY and SPEEDNUT WRENCH CORP a 7 inch FASTFIT WRENCH No. 11 Made in England an 8 inch TRIG-O-MATIC with red paint around pin in head and a 10 inch LARC-O-MATIC. Rust on a couple rest clean and all work. Good ALV440 444 445 455 40 80 photo"
6602-217 *6602-217 Lot of six adjustable wrenches. A 4 inch BILLINGS and SPENCER a 7 inch MERIT STILLSON a 6 inch ERIE TOOL WORKS STILLSON and three nickel plated ones with some wear including a 5 inch by MOSSBERG a 5-half inch by L and S CO. and nearly 6 inch one marked only Germany. Good VTD502 20 40 photo"
6602-218 6602-218 HENRY HILL patented adjustable wrench. Marked with the August 6 1978 patent this is an example of the scarce 7 inch size in decent condition. According to the patent this was a malleable iron adjustable wrench with a hammer head. Has a few splotches of black paint metal slightly pitted and small chip from top jaw. Works smoothly. Good VTD501 30 60 photo"
6602-219 6602-219 Lot of three wrenches. An uncommon 7 inch BENTON adjustable marked Patent Pending with 90 percent of nickel plating on handle user name scratched into body twice. A 6 inch patented -Nov. 1907- adjustable CRAFTSMAN TOOL CO. Conneaut OH who manufactured milling machinery from 1917-1925. And an 8 inch adjustable one cast Ever Grip and Pat No. 1153050 on inside stem. A couple spots of rust but all overall pretty clean. Good ALV437 472 619 50 100 photo"
6602-220 6602-220 Lot of six plumb bobs. Four brass carrot shaped 6 inch to 4 inch in length one with long stem made by W. and L.E. GURLEY one K and E others unmarked. One is attached to a rusty DANDY REEL. Plus two large ones one brass and other steel. Steel one is nickel plated 70 percent remains and attached to wood stringwinder Good NW882 885 868 873 1102 1151 40 80 photo"
6602-221 *6602-221 Lot of three cast iron plumb bobs. All turnip shaped two are 4-half inch and one is 2-half inch. Unmarked all have surface rust smallest has a ding and traces of japanning. Good- CLA713 724 20 40 photo"
6602-222 6602-222 Lot of three brass plumb bobs. Two 5-half inch one GENERAL other unmarked and smaller 3 inch one also unmarked. All have steel tips and light dinging. Good CLA717 721 726 30 60 photo"
6602-223 6602-223 Lot of six mostly brass plumb bobs. Five are brass in onion turnip cylinder shapes 4 inch to 2-half inch in length one has user stamp all have mild dinging. Plus a bell shaped cast iron one with side wing looks almost like shape of candle snuffer but base is solid. Good WOL676 707 40 80 photo"
6602-224 6602-224 Lot of three plumb bobs. Two 3-half inch one turnip shaped cast iron and other cylindrical with knurling and user name etched on it and one brass turnip shaped with some dings and holes drilled near tip. Good CLA714 722 723 30 60 photo"
6602-225 6602-225 Type 12 No. 45 combination plane. Includes screwdriver cam both sets of rods depth stop 2 cutter sets in small original boxes -20 cutters total- with green label nearly complete on one and 60 percent on other. Also has original instructions plus small envelope with Stanley Rule and Level Co stamped in corner addressed to The Emporium Walsh- LA tattered but mostly complete. Plane looks barely used with mild wear and a chip on tip of tote and in rosewood fence nickel plating near complete. In handmade oak box with Robert Priors name on top which is also stamped on cutters. Mr. Prior took nice care of this plane. Good plus RML1 100 200 photo"
6602-226 6602-226 Type 7A STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Has 18 cutters 16 of which are in homemade wood box cam rest extra japanned depth stop long rods only. Tip of tote chipped and some red paint on it traces of white paint on top of knob nickel plating 70 percent chip in bottom of rosewood fence has some rust and could use a cleaning. In handmade white painted box. Good NHF250 40 80 photo"
6602-227 6602-227 PILLIOD machinist chest. Oak chest with six drawers and brass pull knobs. Nice leather wrapped handle on top and brass edged corners. Bottom drawer has nice Pilliod logo nearly complete. Green felt in only one drawer rest have remnants. Top drawer has stain in corner. Light wear on outside wood mainly on bottom. Includes keys. Good HOO11 75 150 photo"
6602-228 6602-228 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 4-halfC sweetheart mark on cutter notched rectangle on lever cap tote has 75 percent of original label original japanning 70 percent and touched up wood has some dinging but no major damage knob looks relacquered. And a No. 5C looks like a Type 9 with a Type 8 lateral adjuster japanning 80 percent some dinging to wood and tote relacquered. Surface rust on metal. Good DOR107 113 40 80 photo"
6602-229 6602-229 Lot of three No. 4 sized planes. A SHELTON based on MacAllers 1932 patent for cutter adjustment. Wear to japanning minor dings to wood but nice example of an uncommon patent. A STANLEY G4 Type 1 with Pat Apld For behind the frog japanning 75 percent user initials stamped in both cheeks mild wear knob has hairline crack at base. Scratching on one cheek spots of surface rust. And GTL brass bodied plane with Norris style adjuster brass lever cap knob looks replaced some wear chip in front cheek. Good HOO16 100 200 photo"
6602-230 *6602-230 STANLEY No. 5 jack plane. Later type tall knob and orange rectangle lever cap japanning ok some surface rust on metal. A good user. Good KGM44 20 40 photo"
6602-231 6602-231 Lot of two STANLEY No. 2 bench planes. One looks like a Type 8 with number cast in toe and B casting mark on lever cap. Chips off end of tote knob has light scratching cheeks have some toolbox dinging japanning ok some surface rust spots cutter needs honing. Other also has most characteristics of Type 8 but no number at toe tote also has a chip and worn knob large chip from front cheek at toe surface rust spots scratch at throat and has a filled hole through the sole underneath the knob. Good- and better HAN 100 200 photo"
6602-232 6602-232 Lot of two STANLEY Bedrock planes. A No. 606C Type 3 with rounded sides no japanning three chips in toe knob and tote have slight dinging and some cracks at base of knob. Dings in cheeks some spots of surface discoloration. And a No. 604 mix of Type 5 and 6 parts japanning looks retouched in a few spots tall knob and tote ok metal has one or two very small spots of surface rust otherwise clean. Top of right cheek has well-repaired crack. Good KGM43 46 75 150 photo"
6602-233 6602-233 Lot of two planes. CHAPLINS Improved No. 207 jack plane marked Chaplins Improved on cutter and around base of knob patent dates on cheek hard rubber tote. Knob has some wear hole in sole where knob screw is tote has worn chip off end hanghole in toe traces of japanning surface rust. And a UNION No. 6 has Stanley 1892 patent cutter plain lever cap knob has a few small chips dings on knob japanning 85 percent sole has milling marks some surface rust. Good DOR114 128 50 100 photo"
6602-234 6602-234 Lot of four STANLEY planes. A No. 3C Type 10 some dinging to wood japanning 90 percent user initials on tote. A No. 4 later type nickel plating on kidney style lever cap 85 percent some paint spots japanning 90 percent wear to wood. A No. 5 Type 11 with Sargent blade crack in tote dinging to wood plain lever cap some surface rust and needs a cleaning. And a No. 6C looks to be a Type 8 a few chips and dinging to wood japanning 75 percent surface rust. Good BHR288 60 120 photo"
6602-235 6602-235 STANLEY No. 9-three quarters tailed block plane. Circa type 11 with hand-ee grip cutter has J mark B casting. Surface corrosion and dirty japanning mostly worn off lever cap knob is good. Good PLH183 130 260 photo"
6602-236 6602-236 STANDARD RULE No. 15 adjustable block plane. Based on Solon and Arthur Rusts 1883 patent. This is the less common adjustable throat version Japanning about 50 percent light surface corrosion. Proper cutter with faint mark. Good PLH250 100 200 photo"
6602-237 6602-237 Lot of three STANLEY planes. Four Square version of the 5-quarter jack plane Type 2 with sweetheart mark on cutter stippled lever cap with logo and about half of decal on cheek. No japanning tote ok with a few dings tall knob looks like screw is replaced. A No. 5-quarter sweetheart mark on cutter japanning 70 percent tote replaced with aluminum one tall knob has light dinging surface rust on cheeks and cutter. And a No. 5 T mark on cutter 3 patent dates behind frog a few small chips on tote knob as mild wear japanning repainted surface rust. Good DOR14 109 115 40 80 photo"
6602-238 6602-238 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 90 bullnose rabbet made in England front sticker has slid down and is slightly askew plating near complete with only a few small spots of rust. And a No. 95 edge trimming plane made in USA notched rectangle mark on 1 inch cutter japanning 75 percent light surface rust lever cap screw may be a replacement. Good DOR 40 80 photo"
6602-239 6602-239 Lot of two STANLEY Gage planes. A G5 Type 1 wth Pat. Appld For cast in front of tote and no G prefix on number. Japanning 80 percent tote looks relacquered knob has some dinging spots of surface rust and some areas of pitting. Large chip at top of left cheek. And a G6C Type 3 japanning 90 percent wood good except for chip on tip of tote only a couple spots of surface rust. Good- and better DOR134 116 100 200 photo"
6602-240 6602-240 LUFKIN RULE CO. Magic Pattern rule and chart. Patented in 1890 by Angus McKenzie and designed to lay out complex patterns on sheet metal. The magic rule is a glorified set of trammel points with additional flexible attachments to lay out curves. Lufkin simultaneously copywrited the magic chart a linen chart illustrating various types of patterns. The rule is near mint the chart is lightly soiled but still clear. In its original 51 inch wooden box with slightly cracked label inside lid. Has some loose blue velvet in the box as well which Im not sure was original. Fine SGN821 125 250 photo"
6602-241 6602-241 MARPLES level with trammel points. A 36 inch long level looks to be made of rosewood with side and top yellow vials. Brass plate on top of level marked Marples and with patent number 423896. Two 7 inch long rosewood and brass trammel points attached one missing its point with steel thumbscrews on top to lock them. Hanghole in one end. Some dings in wood and a couple chips along edges otherwise pretty clean. Good SGN822 40 80 photo"
6602-242 6602-242 VOGT patented sighting level. Patented by William Vogt of Oakland CA in 1887. The laminated construction was supposed to keep it straight and it also includes slide up sights on the ends. The patent described a swiveling plate that could be attached to a post but none of the known examples have it. This one is marked pat applied for which makes it early. Uncommon Good plus SGN823 150 250 photo"
6602-243 6602-243 Mortar clinometer. Brass body used for artillery and likely from WWII era marked BWC Ltd. 1945 near fine. Good plus SGN 50 100 photo"
6602-244 6602-244 Lot of two early wooden levels. A 29-half inch rosewood level by LAMBERT MULLIKEN and STACKPOLE of Boston level vial replaced but plumb original label worn to illegibility. And a nice clean HALL and KNAPP No. 8 28 inch mahogany brass half tips with the New Britain eagle mark. Good and better NHF202 203 80 150 photo"
6602-245 6602-245 Lot of four STANLEY gauges. Two No. 77 mortise gauges one with sweetheart and one with plain Stanley mark both clean with plenty of point and original shoes. And two No. 92 brass stem butt gauges both have their original scribes one is marked and has an extra hole drilled in the head the other is unmarked and very clean. Good and better SGN827 60 120 photo"
6602-246 6602-246 Lot of four STANLEY levels. A No. 38-half with japanned sides and sweetheart mark two No. 39-halfs with stippled sides one with sweetheart -worn- and one plain Stanley mark a 6 inch No. 34V with notched rectangle near mint in user made box. Good and better SGN825 100 180 photo"
6602-247 6602-247 LANGLAIS patent angle bisector. Uncommon layout device patented in 1894 by Joseph Langlais of Berkeley CA. Wood handles have some wear and one largish chip mild surface rust to blade works smoothly. Good plus SGN828 60 120 photo"
6602-248 6602-248 Lot of two early Massachusetts makers wooden levels. Both 24 inch. A later type rosewood level by J and H.M. POOL of Easton MA heavy brass half tips and double level sight hanghole. And a mahogany JOHN W. HARMON No. 8 no tips level sights. Wood on both has wear and rounded edges but no damage brass is good screws and vials all original. Good plus SGN824 826 100 160 photo"
6602-249 6602-249 Lot of six STANLEY levels. A 24 inch No. 21 Victor brassbound small brass plate marked with 3 patent dates and number 21 stamped in wood in one end moderate dinging to wood and some wear vials wet. A 18 inch No. 00 sweetheart heavy staining to wood. A No. 0 with notched rectangle mark and No. 2 sweetheart both 24 inch with heavy wear to wood replaced vial and paint on No. 0 and hanghole in No. 2. A 20 inch No. 103 paint spots and wear to wood. And an early No. 00 painted black arched trademark on tarnished brass plate no finger grooves wear and dinging. A couple missing brass plug. Good- and better BHR287 40 80 photo"
6602-250 6602-250 Lot of three DAVIS No. 8 inclinometers. The 12 inch and 24 inch versions manufactured by M.W. ROBINSON with Davis Pat and MWR cast below level vial. Japanning 80 percent vials wet nickel plating on vial covers about 70 percent. Some surface rust on both but more so on the 24 inch. And 18 inch one manufactured by THE DAVIS LEVEL and TOOL CO. with company name and patent dates on brass plates beneath the vial traces of japanning surface rust vial covers have significant tarnish one vial missing but other two are wet some paint specks and a few small chips in edges. Good- and better NW1807 1808 1809 150 300 photo"
6602-251 6602-251 Lot of four STANLEY 18 inch metallic levels. Two No. 36G with extra heavy ribbing and eclipse vial covers - one has nickeled brass the other just brass - and both painted with orange and blue paint on each end. A No. 37 also with eclipse vial covers about 50 percent nickel plating and some silver paint on it. And an aluminum bodied No. 237 looks repainted with user intials on one end. All vials intact. Good FNK246 251 252 261 50 100 photo"
6602-252 6602-252 DAVIS patent level. M.W. ROBINSONS version of Davis 6 inch No. 5 carpenters level with Davis Pat and MWR cast below level vial. Brass vial covers surface rust and japanning 75 percent vials wet. One side has chipped off corners on both top and bottom rail. Good- HAN2Y 75 150 photo"
6602-253 6602-253 Lot of two AKRON Eclipse levels. Two 12 inch versions by Baker McMillen but only one is marked mahogany with full brass top plate and tips and distinctive vials enclosed in protective glass tubes. Both have a few chips in body and a couple spots of tarnish unmarked one is stamped with FEDERAL RUBBER CO and ML-12-2 on wood as well as one replaced screw on top plate. Good PRK78 75 150 photo"
6602-254 6602-254 Double-Sided Disston and Sons Level. One of Disstons less common levels it has vials on both sides for reversible use and two sets of opposed plumb vials. 28 inch cherry with brass tips and good marking. Good plus DUP1 120 240 photo"
6602-255 6602-255 Lot of three edge tools. Two adzes both unmarked. One with 3-half inch edge 25 inch curved handle rusty. And one with longer body 4 inch edge 22 inch handle possibly relacquered metal looks japanned. And a TRUE TEMPER grubbing hoe 4-half inch edge also marked G60 some surface rust 36 inch straight handle. Good- and better SCK46 47 52 30 60 photo"
6602-256 6602-256 Lot of two axes. A NORLUND felling axe mostly clean with 4 inch edge and 23 inch curved handle staining from what looks like label on handle. Has leather sheath also stamped Norlund with some staining. And a BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE Iroquois one with 4 inch curved edge and 30 inch curved handle with bulbous end. Some pitting to metal wear on handle but overall ok. Good SCK22 24 30 60 photo"
6602-257 6602-257 Lot of two hatchets. A STANLEY hatchet-wrench 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 traces of japanning handle appears to be original with some wear and paint flecks. Plus a bearded hatchet partial mark of circle with anchor in middle and T--itz which Im not sure what that is. 7 inch edge metal mostly clean 11 inch slightly curved handle has staining. Good BSR508 510 40 80 photo"
6602-258 6602-258 Cobblers last and four shoes. 14 inch tall last with 4 inch wide base unmarked but mostly clean. Plus four shoes two large and two small. Small ones have numbers 5 and 2 number 5 has chip at front edge of hole others look ok with traces of surface rust but overall good. Good ESY59 30 60 photo"
6602-259 6602-259 Lot of two items. A motor oil can by JOSEPH LUCAS marked No. 38 4 inch x 8 inch and made of brass. Push button works smoothly has some tarnish. And a SIMPLEX LAMP CO. vaporizer lamp typically used medicinally with camphor or water placed in top chamber with heating chamber below to vaporize the contents in the top and expelled into nasal passages. Marked with NY company name at the base wick looks barely used some surface rust and tarnish on metal. Good PLH124x 127x 40 80 photo"
6602-260 6602-260 Powder horn and duck decoy. 12 inch long powder horn base closed off looks like original whittled plug in tip slot at base for strap. Wear and staining with age some of rim at base has broken off. Plus a wooden duck decoy with copper base unmarked and possibly handmade 8 inch long. Some wear at base of head paint splotches in a few spots. Good PLH222x 607 40 80 photo"
6602-261 *6602-261 Lot of three items. A 6-half inch tall candle holder with 3 inch circular base and handle in back painted orange partially melted candle in base and soot on back piece. An ice cream scoop 3-half inch wide open cone with 4-half inch handle and thumbscrew at top that turns two metal pieces on the inside wall of cone to presumably scrape off any left over. And a small brass item not sure what its use was but has 2 inch wide triangular base with 1-half inch flower silhouette sides and rectangular metal piece between them - possibly a lamp of some sort. Good RDL12 13 17 25 50 photo"
6602-262 *6602-262 Ice skates. Two wood soles with buckled leather toe straps each a different style roughly 11 inch long. Some large chips and wear on the wood of each light surface rust. Good RDL14 20 40 photo"
6602-263 6602-263 Cast iron plaque of civil war soldier. Not sure what it was for. 8 inch tall model of infantryman leaning on his rifle with GAR -Grand Army of the Republic- cast into the base. Has surface rust but no damage and well done. Good PLH636 60 120 photo"
6602-264 6602-264 AUDEAIR PARIS opera binoculars. 4 inch wide by 2 inch tall thumbscrew in middle extends it another inch brass with nickel plated bridges. Glass needs cleaning but still works very small hole near large lens and splotch or two of white paint. Good RDL11 30 60 photo"
6602-265 *6602-265 Oil can. Pressed steel 3 inch tall by 11 inch long affixed with brass plaque that says BRAIME which is likely the Leeds company of Braime Pressings started in 1888 and still exists today. Slide top and push button still work some light surface corrosion but otherwise nice. Good REW1910 20 40 photo"
6602-266 6602-266 Lot of two miners sticking tommies . Shorter than most 6-half inch and 8 inch. Unmarked and probably smith made. The shorter one has wire wrapped around the shaft which looks like original decoration rather than a repair. Good HAN211 60 120 photo"
6602-267 6602-267 Lot of three items. A fishing gaff used to pull fish onto the boat by slipping hook into the gills marked only Made in Great Britain 13 inch long brass stem with wood handle and traces of black paint hook extends 12 inch. A brass anchor door knocker or decoration 5 inch tall. And what looks like a can opener 6 inch long cast iron and looks like a fish with ball handle 2 inch blade screws into body and comes down beneath head of fish. Ball end cast Preston on one side and shield with initials J R and K on other. Never seen one before. Good PLH126x 582 62X 75 100 photo"
6602-268 6602-268 Iron spur. Handforged and unmarked 6 inch x 4 inch has both buttons. 6 point spur is 3-half inch wide. Some surface rust but in nice shape for age. Good PLH122x 50 100 photo"
6602-269 *6602-269 Cast iron boot jack. Beetle shaped but without hanghole in end like many others have. Unmarked. Top painted black underside repainted red. Good DJS261 20 40 photo"
6602-270 *6602-270 LANDERS FRARY and CLARK No. 2 universal food chopper. Traces of nickel plating clean with very little rust handle and body cast with patents assigned to this New Britain CT company. Good SHY1 15 30 photo"
6602-271 6602-271 Lot of kitchen items. A table-mounted grinder made of cast iron and tin with carved wood plunge at top part of body is painted green and cast with word ELSA in gold lettering wood knob on handle soldered to spout is brass plate with Shearns Health Food Stores 234 Tottenham Ct Rd which was a popular vegetarian store in the early 1900s. Plus ten bottle and can openers engraved with several different beer manufacturers including ACME BALLANTINE NARRAGANSETT COORS BUDWEISER etc. Some tarnish on a few. Good PLH132X 35 70 photo"
6602-272 6602-272 Lot of two tools. An example of Heysingers 2 11 79 patent chopper with triple blades set into a bentwood handle lightly worn and marked with patent date with blades still sharp. And a toast rasp 6 inch long by 2-quarter inch wide wood handle with brass ferrule tang is bent back 90 degrees for easy use. Light rust on metal but still works well. Good PLH125x 131x 35 70 photo"
6602-273 *6602-273 Rug beater. Heart shaped twisted wire with most of its black paint wood handle that has been painted red 31 inch long. Plus two pairs of scissors one 12 inch long marked Gold Seal and the other 9 inch long marked T.D.L. both with partial black paint remaining and some spots of rust -more on the 9 inch. Good JPR143 227 230 20 40 photo"
6602-274 *6602-274 GOODELL CO. double cherry pitter. Cast iron with wood knob handle mounts to table and cast on underside with Goodell Co. Atrium MA. Cherries are placed into the two curved plates roll downward and the forked lever pits the cherries which fall through hole below the cherries are then pulled off the forks using the cast iron plate on the back and roll down the piece of slanted wood. Light surface rust but still works. Good RDL15 15 30 photo"
6602-275 *6602-275 Cutlery knife . Looks to be for cakes or bread handle carved from knotty piece of wood to give it texture a couple of checks from age. Knurled steel ferrule 10 inch long serrated blade with faint etch of the AMERICAN CUTLERY CO. Victory line some slight pitting and surface rust. Good PLH133x 15 30 photo"
6602-276 *6602-276 PETER PAN bread knife. Wood frame with 10 inch blade screwed onto it and label on frame that states Say PETER PAN to your Grocerman. Some staining and wear surface rust on blade. Peter Pan bread was manufactured by the P.F. Petersen Baking Company in Omaha NE from the early-to-mid-1900s. Good RLD16 15 30 photo"
6602-277 *6602-277 LEES advertising saw. 8-quarter inch long saw with wood handle and brass screws etched with Trident Brand Steels by Lees of West Browich and a trident symbol. Traces of red paint on handle blade clean with only a spot or two of pitting. Good PLH188x 25 50 photo"
6602-278 6602-278 Lot of two desk tools. Combination letter opener and seal hammer 6 inch long with nicely turned bone handle and brass head and a very decorative cast seal stamp that looks gilded - if your initials are A.D. its just what you need. Fine WOL689 50 100 photo"
6602-279 *6602-279 Conical pestle. 11 inch long and made of what looks like beech likely used with metal conical sieve. Wood smooth with nice finish but some scratching at end of cone from use good bulbous handle grip. Good plus SPM267 25 50 photo"
6602-280 6602-280 Lot of eight hollow and round planes. one eighths inch quarter three eights and 1 inch pairs of hollows and rounds however none are from same set with matching marks. Makers include MOSELEY HOWARTH JOSEPH H. GIBSON CRANNELL and DENISON. All overall clean with mild wear or staining. Some wedges very lightly chewed. Good RYP316 40 80 photo"
6602-281 6602-281 Lot of two early 18th century molding planes. Two ogees one by ROBERT WOODING and the other by JENNION. Wooding was a London planemaker in the late 1600s and early 1700s and John Jennion was his apprentice in 1724. Jennion is spring-marked some general wear to body inactive worm light staining. Wooding also has a couple stains light wear especially around throat a few dings. Both cutters have light rust. Rare. Good TKY137 120 240 photo"
6602-282 6602-282 Lot of four early molding planes. A half inch hollow and round pair by H. WETHERELL 3-star A mark but missing the CHATHAM. A double-bladed sash plane by A. SMITH A1 mark -2 stars- and a single boxed ogee-bead-bevel by ISAAC FIELD A mark. Smith and Field are spring-marked. All have wear and staining and some rust on cutters Smith has a chip on side of one wedge. Good TKY136 60 120 photo"
6602-283 6602-283 Lot of five side beads. All single boxed three are MOSELEY one has Broad St. address one has Holburn address other just says London. three eighths inch seven eighths inch and 1 inch sizes. And two by MATHIESON quarter inch and half inch. The quarter inch has 95 percent of original decal on one cheek. Wedges ok with light chewing on a couple no major damage to boxing light wear or stains on plane. A couple have some pencil marks. Good WOL537 549 565 568 569 50 100 photo"
6602-284 6602-284 Lot of two THO GRANT molding planes. Both have 3 star marks which are a combination of marks A and B with the New York under his name but also has crowned user initials - same initials on both. One has cove-astragal profile other is 1 inch round. Both have some moderate wear and staining on toe some spots of inactive worm but overall decent. Good TKY133 50 100 photo"
6602-285 6602-285 Lot of three molding planes. A three quarters inch hollow by MALOY who worked from 1800-1820 and a three eighths inch hollow and round only one marked J. STOVER who also worked circa 1800-1820 other unmarked. Maloy has wear on edges Stover looks relacquered with a few chips. General wear and hanghole near heel on all. Good- NPL4 5 40 80 photo"
6602-286 6602-286 ROBERT WOODING round plane. Robert Wooding was a planemaker in London from 1693 to 1728. Wooding apprenticed with Henry Shawe and Thomas Granford in the late 1690s and made planes until 1728. This is a 1-quarter inch molder has a few user stamps and dings in heel a circular scratch in one cheek light wear cutter rusty. Overall in good shape for rarity and age. Good WOL394 80 160 photo"
6602-287 6602-287 Lot of three large 2-star molders. All single boxed. A wide reverse ogee by RANDALL and BENSON marked 8-8 on heel with significant dinging spring-marked wedge moderately chewed boxing has a few chips. A bevel-ogee by LYON and SMITH Cincinnati heel marked five eighths inch with a few deep dings small chip at toe boxing has light wear at heel wedge ok. And a fillet-ogee by BENTON EVANS and CO. Rochester spring-marked six eighths inch on heel some staining and light wear boxing has crack. Cutters clean except Benton has spots of rust. Good TKY138 50 100 photo"
6602-288 6602-288 Lot of four molding planes. Two by THOS. NAPIER a half inch round and half inch side bead both have A mark -2 stars-. Side bead has slight wear to single boxing at toe some stains lightly chewed wedge round plane is clean with user stamp on toe and number 5 in heel. Plus two side beads by J. STILES one is a B mark with date 1819 -two stars- other is D mark -1 star-. Marked one eighths inch and 2-8 on heels. 2-8 is side boxed and one eighths inch is fully boxed both with cracks. Small chips to edges and boxing a few stains wedges ok. Good TKY134 60 120 photo"
6602-289 6602-289 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. handled dado plane. Marked with number 61 on toe near mint except for mild wear on outer edge of escapement and edge of body at the tote. Tote itself is clean with no damage. Nice brass thumbscrew. Good plus GAN321G 50 100 photo"
6602-290 6602-290 Lot of two planes and a jointer fence. A MILLERS FALLS No. 9 -equivalent to a Stanley No. 4- Type 3 minor surface rust. A 14 inch jack plane marked only Made in USA by one of the Stanley imitators. And a STANLEY No. 386 jointer fence very clean. Good and better DST400 125 225 photo"
6602-291 6602-291 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. Two sets of extensions rod with proper turnbuckle two extra short rods J mark on cutter B casting mark on body and S on extensions. Sole has 50 percent nickel loss good wood. Good plus HOO8 180 300 photo"
6602-292 6602-292 Lot of three user made metal plow planes. All put together from miscellaneous parts two with totes two have single arm one has dual cutter holders -one for bullnose work-. Ingeniously made and different. Good VTD450 60 120 photo"
6602-293 6602-293 Brass reproduction of STANLEY No. 71 router. Well made and heavy duty brass casting of a Type 8 with steel knobs no shoe on throat closer single adjustable cutter. Good DJS266 50 100 photo"
6602-294 6602-294 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 14 complete with throat closer four original cutters and usually missing fence. Nickel intact with a few flecks of rust. Fine REW1582 50 100 photo"
6602-295 6602-295 NORRIS No. 7 shoulder plane. A good example of Norriss Yorkshire pattern shoulder plane in the largest 8 inch x 1-half inch size. Dovetailed steel sole -and marked steel on toe- dark rosewood infill. Original cutter numbered to plane. User marks on toe a few minor dings. Good plus ACS50 250 500 photo"
6602-296 6602-296 Infill shoulder plane. Gunmetal body with sweated steel sole ebony infill. 1-quarter inch x 7-three quarters inch sole low profile. A large closed crack in the wedge and some minor pitting on the sole. Good ACS49 150 250 photo"
6602-297 6602-297 Infill shoulder plane. Unsigned cast iron body with beech infill. Wide mouth. Some slight pitting and a couple of casting flaws in the body beech has some staining and one large gouge near toe. Good BSR601 100 200 photo"
6602-298 6602-298 No. 11 beltmakers plane. Dont know who made this but it wasnt Stanley. The casting is different the lever cap has a different design and an 11B cast into the reverse and the sliding front piece just has an 11 cast into it. The cutter has a circular mark with KC -or CK- stamped into it. Japanning near complete a little surface rust. Good ACS69 40 80 photo"
6602-299 6602-299 Lot of six CORSAIR Great Neck backsaws. All are mint with applewood handles steel backing and 12 inch blades with what looks like protective coating in cardboard sleeves. 12 tpi. Look never used. Mint MLR32 60 120 photo"
6602-300 6602-300 Lot of two steel backed mitre saws. A CRAFTSMAN with 26 inch blade 10 tpi laminated handle has slight wear especially to lacquer surface rust. And an unmarked one with 24 inch blade medallion says Made in U.S.A. some wear and surface rust. Both have scratching from cleaning. Good MLR33 30 60 photo"
6602-301 6602-301 Lot of two DISSTON backed saws. A dovetail saw steel backed an example of the Jackson line from the late 19th century Warranted Superior medallion. Open handle 10 inch blade with 12 tpi some scrapes and wear on handle and chip from top horn and discoloration on blade could use a sharpening. And a 14 inch backsaw 12 tpi and SONS stamp and medallion dates it to 1888-1890. Handle has some staining chip in bottom horn odd discoloration and light dent pattern on front and back of blade teeth need sharpening blade slighly bent. Good- TKY131 35 70 photo"
6602-302 6602-302 Lot of two handsaws. One by C.E. JENNINGS 26 inch blade 8 tpi faint Arrowhead etch. Good wheatsheaf carving on handle with Jennings eagle medallion. Crack in handle through medallion some light wear mild scratching to blade and discoloration. And a 21 inch one with Tip Top and bird on a branch etch which may be made by Bishop. 8 tpi Warranted Superior medallion some wear to handle blade has discoloration spots. Good LEE30 31 40 80 photo"
6602-303 *6602-303 Lot of three saws. Two open handled both unmarked one with 19-half inch blade and 10 tpi good nib handle has light wear and hole between screws. Other has 14 inch blade and may be shortened down since end is perpendicular end has been hammered and is bent handle has traces of red paint 7 tpi. And a DISSTON last model medallion -1955-1990- 20 inch blade with 10 tpi no etch wear and staining on handle chips on both sides of top horn. Good- TKY130 25 50 photo"
6602-304 *6602-304 Lot of three 18 inch handsaws. A DISSTON 240 made between 1945-50 faint etch top horn chipped off user initials on handle blade needs sharpening 14 tpi. A SIMONDS ok etch some surface rust and pitting on blade 10 tpi post-1922 medallion green paint staining and wear on handle. And an unmarked one with no etch Warranted Superior medallion handle ok with a scratch between screws and dings up near horn pitting and surface rust. Good- and better BKF55 56 57 25 50 photo"
6602-305 6602-305 Fret saw. Frame only looks to be made of birch 22 inch by 6-quarter inch with 5 inch handle stamped with SORRENTO WOOD CARVING CO. and 12 13 1870 patent date. Iron blade holder brass thumbscrew and ferrule. Some light wear but no major damage. Good SPM341 50 100 photo"
6602-306 6602-306 Craftsman made bow saw. Nicely made of cherry and decoratively carved clean 14 inch blade light wear but no major damage. Plus a coping saw marked Made in Germany 6-half inch blade can be tensioned at either end by turning wooden handle or the adjustment nut. Frame is 5 inch deep looks to have only light use. Good plus CKE20 50 100 photo"
6602-307 6602-307 AUXER and REMLEY bowsaw. Early Lancaster PA planemakers from 1869-1870 -3 stars in AWP-. Clearly marked and in decent shape for age. Wood generally nice two tight cracks in both arms near bow some rubbing marks near one handle one arm has small groove carved around it. Both turned handles have a few light spots of staining. 15 inch blade clean leather tensioner looks new good toggle which rests into notch in bow. Good SPM343 50 100 photo"
6602-308 6602-308 Lot of two handled coffin smoothers. A SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 29 10-half inch with 2 inch Sandusky cutter right handed tote user initials and plate in front of throat missing. And an OHIO TOOL CO. No. 7-three quarters 10-quarter inch with 2 inch OTC cutter user name on toe. Good and better GAN309G 313G 60 100 photo"
6602-309 6602-309 Lot of three wood planes. A moving filletster marked I. CLARK. The mark is unrated in AWP but thought to date to 1820 has heavy round chamfers brass depth stop and boxed edge very good condition. C.B. JAMES and CO ship hollow 7-seven eighths inch coffin shaped plane with 2 inch concave SANDUSKY cutter. James was a Detroit hardware dealer in the 1850s this is the B mark -three stars-. Normal wear but no damage mark is very light. Plus a rabbet by H.S. KELLOGG OF Indianapolis A mark -three stars- very clean but light mark and missing its nicker wedge. Good and better WCS31 32 100 200 photo"
6602-310 6602-310 Sawtooth croze. Used by coopers to cut the groove for the barrelhead. This one is marked L.T. Colby who was probably the user and maker and he did a nice job. 12 inch across with a wedged post holding the cutter. Looks almost unused. Fine JRI332 50 100 photo"
6602-311 6602-311 PRESTON and SONS coachmans side router. Also called a jigger and used to cut grooves for panels or panes. See Whelan p. 356. 16 inch wooden body with adjustable iron plate to hold the cutters. An uncommon Preston tool. Good plus ACS83 90 180 photo"
6602-312 6602-312 C. NURSE wheelwrights jarvis. 12 inch across with brass-plated hollow sole. Overall dinging but no damage. Good plus ACS79 60 100 photo"
6602-313 6602-313 E. STEADMAN and SONS tapered rounder. 12 inch across and tapers from 1-half inch to 1-one eighths inch. Marked E. Steadman and Sons Estd 1890 BHam 1916. Overall dinging but no damage. Good plus ACS91 50 100 photo"
6602-314 6602-314 Lot of two user-made wood planes. Rabbet plane with unusual profile including integral tote and front horn 11 inch x 1 inch sole. And a very well made sill drip plane -Whelan Fig. 13 - 68- marked P. Wyatt. Fine WCS29 30 60 100 photo"
6602-315 6602-315 STANLEY No. A5 aluminum body jack plane. Early type with patent date cast into body block STANLEY mark on cutter with chips on edge that would need to be honed out. Faded orange paint on lever cap. Good plus COL154 60 120 photo"
6602-316 6602-316 STANLEY No. 105 Liberty Bell jack plane. Longer version of Stanleys steel-bottomed Liberty Bells body has typical surface rust and light pitting but nothing major japanning near 100 percent good knob and tote. Cutter is unmarked but looks original. Good plus COL155 50 100 photo"
6602-317 6602-317 STANLEY No. 6C corrugated sole fore plane. Type 1892 patent on cutter an extra nut has been added to the bolt that secures the tote japanning worn good wood. Good DST287 40 80 photo"
6602-318 6602-318 STANLEY No. 5-halfC corrugated fore plane. Early Type 12 with first sweetheart japanning 90 percent good metal and wood. Good plus DST291 50 100 photo"
6602-319 6602-319 STANLEY No. 5-quarter junior jack plane. Late model with stained hardwood tote and hard rubber adjusting knob notched rectangle on cutter and lever cap. Japanning 95 percent light surface rust in spots good wood. Good plus DST288 30 60 photo"
6602-320 *6602-320 STANLEY No. 113 circular sole plane. Late version B casting mark cutter has Hubbards True Value mark. Overall surface pitting a brazed crack in the right cheek and an unbrazed one in the left. Good- DST10 20 40 photo"
6602-321 6602-321 PAGOMA No. 4-half bench plane. Probably made by Stanley for the Paxton and Gallagher Hardware Co. of Omaha and marked with the PAGOMA shield on the cutter. Crack in left cheek two reglued cracks in the tote one of which needs to be redone. Good- DKN121 30 60 photo"
6602-322 *6602-322 STANLEY No. 5-quarter junior jack plane. Type 13 third sweetheart on cutter notched rectangle on lever cap. Some surface pitting on cutter and cheeks. Chip out of tote which has unreadable decal. Good DKN101 20 40 photo"
6602-323 6602-323 SARGENT No. 708 auto-set plane. 8 inch sole. Albert Pages 1915 blade adjustment patent cast into body original 1-three quarters inch marked cutter. Very clean example of Sargents answer to the Bailey design. Good plus DKN117 80 150 photo"
6602-324 6602-324 SARGENT No. 710C auto-set plane. 10 inch corrugated sole. Albert Pages 1915 blade adjustment patent cast into body original 2 inch marked cutter. Very clean example of Sargents answer to the Bailey design. Corrugated versions are not common. Fine DKN125 150 250 photo"
6602-325 6602-325 Lot of two metal braces. A MILLERS FALLS No. 502 Corner Brace the less common version with the 10 inch sweep. Very clean condition slight wear to handles and a little surface rust. Plus were throwing in a SARGENT No. 7508 brace with a frozen chuck that needs some TLC 8 inch-not included in the Good plus rating. Good plus BFS262 283 70 140 photo"
6602-326 6602-326 Lot of two metal braces. A Millers Falls ratcheting No. 1710 with Lion chuck and a John S. Fray No. 112 with rosewood and pewter grip with a tight crack and very nice cocobolo head. Plus an Irwin No. 1 expanding bit. Good AEDF43 44 60 110 photo"
6602-327 6602-327 Lot of three metal braces. Two of OBED PECKs less common patented chuck designs his 10 13 63 patent with a sliding collar and 9 23 79 patent with locking wingnut both rated as A -fewer than five examples known- in Pearson. And an unusual unsigned one with a spring-activated chuck and ogee-curved body pewter rings holding the grip need repair. All are rusty but intact. Good PLH290 305 306 100 180 photo"
6602-328 6602-328 Lot of four ratcheting metal braces. Two STANLEYs a No. 965N and a Bell System brace both with 10 inch sweeps an unmarked one with a 10 inch sweep and a DIAMOND EDGE DE 114 with a 14 inch sweep. All have various degrees of surface rust -the Bell System is pretty clean- but they all work although a little oil wouldnt hurt them. Good BKF66 67 69 70 60 100 photo"
6602-329 6602-329 KNOWLES and CO drawknife. 10 inch blade bulbous peened handles that look like walnut. Marked Knowles and Co. Sheffield an uncommon mark. Well used but still sharp user initials. Good DJS133 50 80 photo"
6602-330 6602-330 Lot of five drawknives. Four with fixed handles 8 inch to 10 inch blades including makers G.I. MIX and CO WINSTED EDGE TOOL WORKS OHIO TOOL CO and HARTFORD. Handles have wear and dinging and one has a split. Surface rust on most. Plus a folding handle one by J.S. CANTELO marked with 6 30 91 patent date one handle has large chip near ferrule general wear and faded red paint. 8 inch blade sharp and has light staining but clean. Good HAN 40 80 photo"
6602-331 6602-331 F. MOUNTFORD and SONS large drawknife. 11 inch x 2-half inch curved blade 20 inch wide total marked with the Sheffield maker and 6 letter Ms in rectangular stamp. 5 inch fixed handles some pitting and surface rust on body. Good ACS108 35 70 photo"
6602-332 6602-332 Lot of two PALMER locking drawknives. Both with 8 inch edges with wingnut-locking handles. One marked Palmer and Meadville PA and the other marked Welloct which was made by Palmer who primarily manufactured pliers. Wear to wood on handles surface rust on both. Good LKY29 30 60 photo"
6602-333 6602-333 Lot of two large drawknives. One is 21 inch wide total with 7 inch edge stamped McGreg which could be partial stamp due to pitting and rust on metal. 4-half inch long whittled tree branch for handles. And what looks like a scorp made from a large file with a highly curved shape 14 inch wide total with edge tapering to 1-half. Also has handles made from tree branches. Good DCR 30 60 photo"
6602-334 *6602-334 Small drawknife. 7 inch wide total with 4-half inch edge made from file 2 inch carved wooden handles are worn with some dinging some spots of surface rust on metal. Good DCR1000 15 30 photo"
6602-335 *6602-335 Drawknife. Nicely made but unmarked 6-quarter inch slightly curged edge with nicely turned handles and iron ferrules. Edge nice and clean only a few small spots of pitting handles have a few stains. Good NHN16 20 40 photo"
6602-336 6602-336 Lot of three scorps. All unmarked two look handforged with 4 inch and 3 inch edges highly worn handles and rusty chips in edges. And one that may be manufactured with nicely turned handles and brass ferrules 6 inch edge some light surface rust and tiny chips in edge. Handles have a few cracks. Good- and better WCS27 30 60 photo"
6602-337 6602-337 Scorp. Unmarked other than Cast Steel nicely turned ebony handles with brass ferrules and 5-half inch edge sharp but could use some straightening as one edge is longer than other. Some light pitting but no major rust handles have dinging and one has large split that was filled with what looks like glue. Good DTN1152 40 80 photo"
6602-338 6602-338 Lot of two bung hole augers. Both 13 inch long with 10 inch tee handles. One has traces of red japanning and both have good tips. Good SPM323 30 60 photo"
6602-339 6602-339 Lot of two JAMES SWAN bung hole augers. One with measurements three quarters to 1-half on the body wood handle with red stain clean and looks unused. And a larger one with measurements from 1-quarter to 2 plain handle tiny spots of pitting. Both have clear swan figure mark. Good GAN312 40 80 photo"
6602-340 6602-340 Lot of two tools. A turnscrew 25 inch long total. 17 inch blade has slightly tapered end turned handle overall nice with a half inch chip filled in a few checks and dings. Unmarked except for user name O.E. Denney. And a t-handled tap possibly handforged marked T. SNELL JI. three quarters inch in diameter teeth good 14 inch wood handle Good BEN13 30 60 photo"
6602-341 *6602-341 Lot of two turnscrews. Nicely made 17 inch long one with concave end and turned wood handle double stamped with the letter U and nice brass ferrule. Light wear to wood metal clean. And a more primitive looking 11 inch long one which uses a repurposed file iron ferrule old wood handle with some chips and wear. Good SPM325 25 50 photo"
6602-342 *6602-342 Auger bit handle. For square bits with iron wingnut locking mechanism 15 inch wide with nicely turned handles unmarked. Some slight dinging and staining but overall nice. Good JRI321 20 40 photo"
6602-343 6602-343 Auger ratcheting tee handle. Similar in style to the Millers Falls version with ratcheting mechanism and removable handle but this one has longer handles brass ferrules and a smaller chuck. Unmarked but clearly manufactured and in super clean condition. Good plus SPM322 40 80 photo"
6602-344 6602-344 STANLEY No. 8 tool handle IOB. Near fine with only one small ding in red lacquered handle metal clean with what looks like small grease spot. Box has 80 percent of label some writing on lid otherwise good. Good plus PLH117X 40 80 photo"
6602-345 6602-345 YANKEE No. 1991 jewelers vise IOB. Manufactured by NORTH BROS. vise can be detached from swivel base with locking knob near mint and comes with v-grooved steel block for irregular shaped work. Includes original Yankee Tools product page. Box has full label one seam partially split on lid light wear. Fine PLH178X 40 80 photo"
6602-346 6602-346 Lot of two turnscrews. An uncommon STANLEY turnscrew based on Curtiss 1871 patent for fastening the blade to the handle with molten lead 10-half inch long marked with patent date on the blade blade slightly pitted and tight crack in handle. Plus an unmarked 4-half inch miniature model. Good LBD375 376 30 60 photo"
6602-347 6602-347 Lot of six turnscrews. Unique brass disc handled one with two 1-half inch long blades marked WOLSLEY on both sides another with heavy brass oval handle with a few dings one with smaller flat circular brass handle with one eighths inch inch edge that has chip in it and circular dings on brass. And three wood handled ones two with ebony handles and brass ferrules including one with twisted decorative blade and another with twisted blade and what looks like a walnut handle with staining. A few small chips in wood handles. Good WOL709 40 80 photo"
6602-348 6602-348 Lot of three tool handles. One has G.W. Wrights 8 12 84 patent date on ferrule handle looks like boxwood possibly made by Sargent. 8 rusty bits in handle wear and scuffs to wood and nickel plating 60 percent. One unmarked with lightly worn rosewood handle nickel plating 50 percent threads have a couple chips 9 bits. And a larger rosewood handled one by BUELL BROS. some wear and scratching to wood threads have light chipping surface rust on metal 7 bits in handle. Good GRN31 45 90 photo"
6602-349 6602-349 Race knife. 2 inch blade 3 inch rosewood handle with copper ferule moderate surface rust user name Frumble stamped in three places. Good plus PLH93X 30 60 photo"
6602-350 6602-350 FRAY tool handle. Rosewood handle nickel plating 40 percent with a little bit of tarnish on ferrule threads good with one or two miniscule chips handle good with a couple small dings 7 clean bits. Good RYP 30 60 photo"
6602-351 6602-351 BROWN and SHARPE micrometer. 14 inch overall with 6 inch deep jaws and wooden handle. Light surface rust japanning on cutouts is intact one bolt has chipped head. Good CRT101 40 80 photo"
6602-352 6602-352 Lot of two GREENLEE knockout punch sets. Used primarily by electricians to punch holes in metal for electrical conduit. A No. 737 for 1-half inch and 2 inch diameters and a No. 735 for smaller diameters. Complete in their original leather cases with straps. Good plus JPR175 229 50 100 photo"
6602-353 *6602-353 Set of number stamps. Super clean complete set quarter inch in original box by the GREENFIELD STEEL STAMP CO. of Greenfield MA. Fine VIN305 10 20 photo"
6602-354 6602-354 BEMIS and CALL combination pipe and monkey wrench. Based on Bemiss 1873 patent which was the basis for the companys combination wrench line. 14 inch wood handled stamped 2 75 some surface rust and pitting but jaws are good name is just legible. Good REW1785 30 60 photo"
6602-355 6602-355 WRIGHT patent quick-adjust pipe wrench. Patented by James Wright of Canton OH in 1910 and 1911 and sold by A. HARVEY and SONS of Detroit. Clearly marked 14 inch metal handle japanning about 50 percent jaws work smoothly. Good LEE75 30 60 photo"
6602-356 *6602-356 YANKEE No. 75 reciprocating drill. Made by NORTH BROS. pre-Stanley enclosed mechanism 16 inch long mild surface rust. Works smoothly in driving mode but reversing switch not functioning. Good- UNK 10 20 photo"
6602-357 6602-357 Lot of three tools. An 8 inch quick-adjusting wrench by the MASTERENCH CORP. of Turlock CA smooth jaw variety minor rust and nickel loss a 10-half inch pair of blacksmiths tongs very rusty and an aluminum mold for lead fishing weighths by UNITED SPORTS CO. Good MSN6 7 40 80 photo"
6602-358 6602-358 Lot of three sheathed knives. 10 inch with 5 inch blade brass guard horn handle carved as a horse hoof and foreleg unsigned but with Made in England on leather sheath. 6-quarter inch with 3 inch blade marked Wesko USA tool leather sheath with forest scene. 8 inch with 4 inch blade handle has green enamel and cast brass horsehead blade has Made in Finland and some -presumably- Finnish words fitted tubular leather sheath with Made in Finland. And a 7 inch gunsmiths screwdriver with long brass handle. Good and better DCR104 105 106 114 90 180 photo"
6602-359 6602-359 Lot of three adjustable wrenches. Two WESTCOTT curved handle crescent type wrenches manufactured by Keystone Manufacturing Co. of Buffalo both 6 inch one is a No. 78 the other unmarked with replaceable jaw and open handle. And a combination double ended nut and pipe wrench patented and manufactured by J.H. FERGUSON of Dayton OH 5 inch long. All have some surface rust and pitting and some dinging to jaws but no damage. Good MAX370 385 40 60 photo"
6602-360 6602-360 STANLEY No. 89 clapboard gauge. Stanleys first tool designed specifically for spacing and attaching clapboards clearly marked with Justin Trauts 1888 patent. Some nickel loss. Good SPM350 30 60 photo"
6602-361 6602-361 KEUFFEL and ESSER No. 620015 Planimeter IOB. Used to measure the area of irregular shapes on a drawing. Tool and plastic box are mint including original instructions in an outer pasteboard box that is worn but complete. Fine BSR727 40 80 photo"
6602-362 6602-362 Compass part. Brass 8 inch wide engraved with year 1733 as well as East and West and ruled on both sides on outside edge. Has several holes through the middle and one hanghole. One crossbar is cracked staining and a chip or two. Unusual. Good LEE110 50 100 photo"
6602-363 6602-363 Lot of three measuring tools. Two unmarked rosewood handled sliding T-bevels with brass trim and locking wingnuts one with 7-quarter inch handle and 10 inch blade and one with 8-half inch handle and 12 inch blade and owner marks normal wear. And a 12 x 8 all steel EAGLE SQUARE CO. layout square mark partly obscured but still readable. Good and better CGD280 360 367 60 120 photo"
6602-364 6602-364 MILLERS FALLS No. 240 chisel and plane iron sharpener IOB. Near fine condition with a little surface rust easily cleaned and japanning 95 percent. Box has one split seam but is intact with complete label includes original instructions. Good plus TKY129 40 80 photo"
6602-365 6602-365 L.S. STARRETT No. 439-18 builders combination square. The 18 inch version of Starretts seven tools in one combination tool. Theyre still selling them and a new one will run you over 400 dollars this one is as close to new as youre likely to find. Mint MDY379 200 400 photo"
6602-366 6602-366 L.S. STARRETT 18 inch combination square set. Complete with all original parts a few specks of surface rust. Fine MDY375 125 225 photo"
6602-367 6602-367 Lot of two rosewood handled try squares. One with 8 inch handle and 12 inch blade the other with 12 inch handle with bench rest and 18 inch blade. Unsigned although smaller one has some faint lettering that I think is owners name. Both have wide unruled blades with some pitting handles are worn but ntact one tight crack. Good ACS62 50 100 photo"
6602-368 6602-368 Lot of two L.S. STARRETT measuring tools. 12 inch combination square set with rotating protractor and center finder but missing the square. Whats there is near mint. And an example of the bevel protractor patented by Starrett on 5 10 92 and listed as item No.360 in Starrett catalog No.21 uncommon and near mint. Good plus and better MDY376 80 150 photo"
6602-369 6602-369 C.S. OSBORNE draw gauge. Nice brass and rosewood handle some minor pitting on the bar but overall very solid and attractive gauge. Good plus LEE98 40 70 photo"
6602-370 6602-370 Lot of miscellaneous tools. A LUFKIN No. 543 tape measure STARRETT metal bevel -rusty- interesting 12 inch rule comprised of samples of different woods beech BUELL BROS. tool handle with nine tools and small unsigned turnscrew. Mixed MSN4 17 18 21 22 40 80 photo"
6602-371 6602-371 Lot of three jack planes. Two made of rosewood both unmarked. One is 17 inch razee style with 1-three quarters inch MOULSON cutter and chipbreaker wedge chewed at top and missing bottom prong large chip at toe and gouges in sole repaired crack in cheek with brass plate tip of tote chipped looks relacquered. Other is 20 inch long some large chips from one cheek that have been smoothed large crack through body at heel tote is made of stained boxwood with mild wear wedge has light chewing. And a 17 inch long ebony one with razee body BUCK cutter boxwood wedge and beech tote -could be replacements- chips and cracks at toe scratching on sole some dings to body. Good- JRI111 113 133 40 80 photo"
6602-372 6602-372 Handled screw-arm plow plane. Massive looks European unmarked very large inner and outer nuts and 3-half inch wide fence. Large brass washer and square nut in front of chewed wedge tote has tip missing. Decorative shoulder unmarked three eighths inch cutter. Significant cracking at toe but arm threads and nuts look free of any major damage. Good ESY5 50 100 photo"
6602-373 6602-373 YOUNG and M MASTER very wide complex molder. C mark 2 stars. Body is nearly 4 inch wide cuts 2-half inch ogee bevel single boxed stamped Inch in heel as well as user name three quarters inch wide wedge ok BUTCHER cutter with XI carved on it. Lightwearand one crack in boxing a stain or two. Overall nice. Good GAN471 40 80 photo"
6602-374 6602-374 Sun plane. Unmarked with 2 D.R. BARTON cutter. Some chips in throat and sole at heel large ding in one cheek hanghole and some roughness in sole wedge lightly chewed body has nice patina. Good- DST102 30 60 photo"
6602-375 6602-375 COPELAND and CO. sash coping plane. The type with the fence at a right angle has the Copeland A mark staining particularly at toe user name on heel wedge has been carved down screws have light rust cutter edge has chip at corner. Good ESY62 40 80 photo"
6602-376 6602-376 PENNELL and MILLER wedge-arm tongue cutting plane. A mark three stars. Pennell and Miller were planemaking partners in the mid-1800s in Philadelphia. BUTCHER cutter cuts half inch tongue wedges have ends broken off and are worn checks in body at toe crack in cheek where wedge meets the body and in front of tote some staining tote has chips on tip. Crack in sole and side of cheek at throat. Good- ESY60 40 80 photo"
6602-377 6602-377 Set of IRWIN auger bits IOB. Complete set of 13 bits original wooden dovetailed box with complete decal and instruction book. The bits appear to never have been used except for a few spots of sawdust and rust on the half inch box has some paint spatters on lid and needs regluing but otherwise immaculate. Fine BWH103 80 160 photo"
6602-378 6602-378 MOSSBERG socket set. Two Mossberg ratcheting handles - Nos. 350 and 355 - with what looks like a complete set of sockets extensions and accessories in original box that looks like its been given a coat of black paint. Some surface rust as to be expected. Good BFS44 30 60 photo"
6602-379 6602-379 Set of IRWIN auger bits IOB. Complete set of 13 bits original wooden dovetailed box with no decals. All of the bit shanks have been painted black but the bits themselves are in immaculate condition. Box is dirty but intact with all original spring clips. Good plus RML4 60 120 photo"
6602-380 6602-380 YANKEE No. 100 tool set IOB. Includes No. 30 spiral ratchet No. 11 and No. 15 ratchets plus all blades drills and other attachments. Handles show wear from honest use but otherwise clean and functioning. In good original wood box with nice complete label with instructions inside. Fine BFS45 50 100 photo"
6602-381 6602-381 Miniature tool kit. Sixteen tools including hammer various pliers gimlets hand vise knives and files in a canvas and leather roll. The catalog description -included- says it is a WWII era Swiss watchmakers tool kit. In near mint condition. Fine MDY360 80 160 photo"
6602-382 6602-382 Auger bit grab bag. A total of 30 bits various sizes and makers plus two adjustable auger bits all in good clean condition in a wooden box. Good and better LBD491 40 70 photo"
6602-383 6602-383 Collection of watch fobs and chains. A total of 17 fobs and chains including decorative gold filled and sterling plus a selection of watch winding keys magnifying glass watchmakers rule and two knives all in a wooden cigar box. Fine MDY386 120 200 photo"
6602-384 6602-384 LEVIN precision watchmakers micrometer. Very delicate and precise micrometer with what looks like green marble handle in fitted box lid partially detached. Louis Levin and Son has manufactured watchmakers lathes and precision instruments since 1939. Good plus PLH115X 50 100 photo"
6602-385 6602-385 Two sets of drafting instruments. One is an intact set two compasses and an adjustable divider with some extensions mostly brass and electrum and unsigned in a tray in a fairly plain 7 inch x 4 inch box. The other is more of a grab bag 16 total dividers compasses and extensions different makers including W.F. STANLEY and HOPGOOD plus an unsigned brass protractor and ebony parallel rule no trays but in a mahogany box with replaced hinges. All in decent shape with some surface rust. Good and better WOL696 100 200 photo"
6602-386 6602-386 Lot of 6 hammers. Two SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE claw hammers one stamped Saint Louis and one with white painted handle marked Hickory No. 1 half CW and has triple claw -smaller claw ends on each end of larger claw- that could be a Plumb patent. A KEEN KUTTER ball peen with initials stamped a SNAP-ON body work hammer. A SELSOR patent combination hammer unmarked but unmistakeable with some dinging and rust on head and wear to handle. And what looks like a bricking hammer 9 inch long head with flat ends thin handle. Handles generally worn some surface rust on a few. Good NW128 75 150 photo"
6602-387 6602-387 Lot of 6 small hammers. A brass head jewelers hammer 2 inch ball peen a CONKLIN patent tack hammer with partial stamp showing 12 10 67 and 2 23 69 patent dates a 4-half inch tack hammer a claw hammer and a metalsmith hammer. The Conklin patent has 1 inch chunk missing from wood in handle staining and light wear on handles of others. Metal mostly clean. Good NW325 354 383 979 1654 30 60 photo"
6602-388 *6602-388 Lot of four hammers. A 2-half inch ball peen a body work hammer with round textured and square flat head a small hatchet head hammer with 2 inch edge and square grooved head with chip and a strapped tack hammer. All unmarked ball peen has good handle but rest have wear and body work hammer has thumb groove. Good- and better BKF180 20 40 photo"
6602-389 6602-389 Lot of two hammers. A CHENEY No. 777 patented adze hammer Type 2 no handle half inch chip on one side of hammer head chisel edge has been sharpened. And an unmarked cross peen blacksmithing hammer 5 inch wide head user initals HY nice 10 inch handle clean. Good- SPM276 285 40 80 photo"
6602-390 6602-390 BRADES CO. slaters stake. 10 inch edge with 3-half inch spike stamped below spike back edge spalled and bent near front. Handle has some cracking near ferrule. Good CLA 30 60 photo"
6602-391 6602-391 CHENEY No. 777 adze hammer. Clean with sharp edge and nice head. Handle good with a bit of stain at top and metal possibly painted black or polished. Still one of the nicer examples Ive seen and looks barely used. Good plus DJS272 40 80 photo"
6602-392 *6602-392 Body work hammer. Might be marked but I cant read it. Stamped with letters S.S. and Solid Steel. Has 2 inch circular head 6 inch long total with 10 inch handle. Light wear on handle and surface rust on metal. Good PLH65X 25 50 photo"
6602-393 6602-393 Calipers and traveller. Carved wood calipers unmarked 19 inch legs held together with bolt and square nut clean. And a caliper that looks manufactured with 9 inch cast iron wheel and wood handle. Wheel has traces of japanning cross bar has soldering on either end so could be repaired unruled and rusty handle worn. Looks primitive. Good- and better SPM324 248 30 60 photo"
6602-394 6602-394 Double calipers. Unmarked possibly handforged 21 inch long with some surface rust but they still work. Good BEN12 35 70 photo"
6602-395 *6602-395 Handmade wooden wing calipers. 20 inch legs one has metal tip and other has inserted pencil -needs sharpening- with iron ferrule and wingnut to lock pencil wood screw locks the iron wing. Some light wear nicely made. Good SPM339 25 50 photo"
6602-396 *6602-396 Panel gauge. Made of dark stained hardwood possibly oak 20 inch long wooden lock screw pin ok has scratched rule marks on underside user stamp but no maker mark. Some wear but no major damage. Good SPM386 25 50 photo"
6602-397 6602-397 Panel gauge. Made of what looks like rosewood 19 inch stem head and stem marked A WILLS in large letters wooden locking screw not ruled a couple dings in head and overal light wear. Good BKF160 30 60 photo"
6602-398 6602-398 Handforged wing dividers. Unsigned 15 inch long nicely made and work smoothly with good knurled locking screw. Good plus PNG41 30 60 photo"
6602-399 *6602-399 Lot of two tools. Handforged wing calipers with 12 inch legs nice decorative design clean. And a bench dog used to anchor work piece to work bench. Horseshoe shaped traces of japanning unmarked. Good SPM332 371 20 40 photo"
6602-400 6602-400 BROWN and SHARPE combination tool. The No. 4 half inch rule and center finder are in very clean conditionn the square head has some wear to japanning and is missing its scribe good level vial. Good plus PNG43 40 80 photo"
6602-401 *6602-401 SHARPS patented automatic framer. Aluminum marked with patent number which corresponds to the three eighths inch 1938 patent by Emory A. Sharp of Salem OR. As the try square blade is moved it also moves a marker along 3 different framing scales on the body. Japanning is 80 percent a few spots of rust. Different. Good PLH88X 25 50 photo"
6602-402 6602-402 CASSELLS Cyclopaedia of Mechanics eight volume set. Early 1900s note inside cover states it was specially prepared for subscribers and not sold at bookstores. All are in good condition some yellowing of pages but covers have only mild wear spines good and only Vol. IV has wear to cover at spine. Good plus SGNB1 60 120 photo"
6602-403 6602-403 Patented Transitional and Metallic Planes in America 1827-1927 -PTAMPIA I-. Signed 1981 Deluxe First Edition book number 74. Crisp and clean looks new. Fine KMA2 50 100 photo"
6602-404 6602-404 THE HAMMER reference book. Authors Ron Baird and Dan Comerford paperback and signed by Dan. Some wear on cover and a few slightly dogeared or bent pages some dirt on a couple edges but overall pages mainly clean. Good JOG12 100 200 photo"
6602-405 6602-405 STANLEY TOOLS by John Walter. Paperback second edition. Light use and some mild dirt on edges small crease in top corners of front and back cover spine ok pages clean. Good RMLB1 60 120 photo"
6602-406 6602-406 Lot of two books. AMERICAN LEVELS AND THEIR MAKERS by Don Rosebrook near mint crisp and clean. And a STANLEY Catalog No. 120 1994 reprint also minty clean. Mint JPR158 160 40 80 photo"
6602-407 6602-407 Lot of three books. Two by Philip E. Stanley A RULE CONCORDANCE AND VALUE GUIDE and A SOURCE BOOK RULE COLLECTORS both with clean pages a little smudge on bottom of the Source book. And THE AMERICAN PATENTED BRACE by Pearson also clean pages with light wear to cover and some dirt on bottom. Good plus JRP146 153 75 150 photo"
6602-408 6602-408 Lot of two books. CARPENTRY AND BUILDING Volumes IV from 1882 and X from 1888. Both missing cover on spine but half of one and all of the other is located loose inside the cover. Pages yellowed but clean illustrations nice. Cover corners worn. Good- SGNB2 100 200 photo"
6602-409 6602-409 Lot of three books. AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Thomas L. Elliott gently used. And THE STANLEY CATALOG COLLECTION 1855-1898 and Volume II both gently used. Good RMLB2 40 80 photo"
6602-410 6602-410 Dealers lot of cutters. Makers include RECORD KUNZ NORRIS E.C.E. STANLEY including one in tattered original paper HOCK ST. JAMES BAY TOOL CO. ULMIA BUCK BROS. Some new some look lightly used. Many are replacement cutters for Stanley planes. In dovetailed wood box. As is no returns. Good plus MDY259 60 120 photo"
6602-411 6602-411 Dealers lot of chisels and gouges. 24 total from 2 inch wide to one eighths inch wide most are chisels but several are gouges and a few other miscellaneous carving tools thrown in too. Makers include BARTON OHIO TOOL CO. GREAVES BUCK BROS. STANLEY etc. Handles mostly good a few have splits or wear. One gouge has chip in edge. As is no returns Good- and better HAN 75 150 photo"
6602-412 6602-412 Dealers lot of block planes. Fifteen total. Includes a STANLEY No. 110 sweetheart MILLERS FALLS No. 87 one by SEARS England a MOHAWK SHELBURNE MILLERS FALLS No. 16 with chip in top of cheek CRAFTSMAN No. 304 chip in lever cap a STANLEY No. 110 with decal an AMERICAN BOY a DUNLAP a MILLERS FALLS No. 1455B STANLEY No. 220 a NATIONAL TOOL No. 110 a LUETKEMEYER CO. double ended and an ATLAS TOOL CO adjustablet throat with small chip in lever cap. Japanning varying most have wear but overall majority are clean. As is no returns. Good MRAvarious 50 100 photo"
6602-413 6602-413 Dealers lot of rules. Sixteen total. Includes a ROE No. 1467 caliper rule a JAWCO No. 68 a STAR LEADER an EAGLE RULE MFG No. 22S what looks like a CHAPIN No. 10 a CRAFTSMAN No. 3921 caliper rule a CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 65 a ZENITH No. 651B a M.W. and CO. No. 1800 one marked No. 7011 and Made in British Empire one made in China a PRESTON and SONS No. 3116 a couple unmarked and two are compliments of Vonnegut Hardware Co. and Ricketson and Schwarz Milwaukee. Most have varying degrees of staining and wear most boxwood but some brassbound a couple clean. As is no returns. Various VTD 75 150 photo"
6602-414 6602-414 Dealers lot of hammers. A bronze mallet with 3 inch head a blacksmithing mallet with rusty 5 inch head a brick hammer with stamp that looks like TRUE TEMPER and rusty head with paint on underside unmarked ball peen hammer what looks like a blacksmithing hammer with large head primitive looking mallet with one end larger than the other and heavy head a picture framing or glaziers hammer with rotating triangle at one end and two tack hammers - one with metal handle. All have rust and wear. Nine total. As is no returns. Various MSN1-3 11-16 40 80 photo"