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6603-001 6603-001 FRANKLIN patented surfacing plane. Patented by George Franklin of Natick MA for the specific purpose of truing up cobblers die blocks. This version has a closed tote -a little loose- and a wooden fence with iron sole - most versions have an open tote and solid iron fence. 15 inch long all original with chips to the tote edge- a serious hunk of iron and good example of an uncommon patented special purpose plane. Good plus  REW278 150 250 photo
6603-002 6603-002 Shoot board plane. Cast iron 16 inch x 2 inch with offset integral iron handle. 1- one half inch Buck Bros. cutter pitted secured by cap iron with hand forged wingnut. Early and well made. Good plus REW279 100 200 photo
6603-003 6603-003 Bench plane. Unsigned. Resembles a British infill with a rosewood bun in the heel but also has an unusual bulbous turned rosewood knob and an 1- three-fourths inch Buck Bros. cutter. Cast iron body 9- one-half inch sole separate cast iron frog pinned to sole. Big chunk out of mouth and some wear at heel. Unusual and early. Good REW280 100 200 photo
6603-004 6603-004 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. One set of extensions second sweetheart mark on cutter nickel 90 percent and a few small spots of rust pitting on one side of sole minor dings and a few stains on wood. No turnbuckle. Good SAN260 80 160 photo
6603-005 6603-005 STANLEY No. 50 combination plane. Type 5 with decorative metal tote patent date and B casting mark on both body and fence. Plating 80 percent one cutter missing depth stop. Good HOO17 40 80 photo
6603-006 6603-006 STANLEY No. 148 match plane. Nickel plating 95 percent one screw has Stanley mark other plain. Has both unmarked seven-eighths inch cutters. Good plus ESY97 35 70 photo
6603-007 6603-007 MILLERS FALLS No. 714 Buck Rogers jack plane. The name -Buck Rogers- was first applied to this line of planes introduced in 1950 as a complete redesign of the traditional bench plane design with knob and tote made of -unbreakable- tenite thermoplastic larger frog area and ergonomic design. Although modestly labeled by MF -the finest planes in the world- they did not catch on and are highly coveted by collectors. This one is an early type in nice condition with a small spot of grey paint missing behind the frog but 99 percent elsewhere a few small dings on the knob light rust and pitting. Marked Pat. Pending on cheek. Good plus MHT22 100 150 photo
6603-008 6603-008 Lot of two STANLEY No. 39 dado planes. one half inch and five-eighths inch sizes. Both with unmarked cutters sweetheart marks on screwcaps and all parts present except for one screw on side spur of five-eighths inch. The one half inch looks like japanning was retouched 60 percent on five-eighths inch rust spots on both. Good DOR221 40 80 photo
6603-009 6603-009 SARGENT VBM No. 35 dado and rabbet plane. Japanning 50 percent all parts present light surface rust or discoloration in a couple of spots otherwise ok. Good DOR224 40 80 photo
6603-010 6603-010 STANLEY No. 39 dado plane. 1 inch size unmarked cutter Type 3 casting but has Type 2 Stanley circle logo on screwcap japanning 80 percent all parts present. A few spots of rust on blade otherwise pretty clean. Good DOR220 40 80 photo
6603-011 6603-011 STANLEY No. 49 swinging fence tongue and groove plane. More scarce than the No. 48 this one has 85 percent of its nickel plating a few tarnish spots but nothing major has number 97 stamped in body behind cutter that looks original as well as what looks like 98 and 33 stamped on each lever cap which may or may not be original. Knob has small ding and a few light scratches. Good ESY96 45 90 photo
6603-012 6603-012 STANLEY No. 48 swinging fence tongue and groove plane. Nickel plating 90 percent fishscale pattern on handle one screwcap has sweetheart mark and other is plain. Front screw near knob has semicircle Stanley and -Made in USA- on it. One cutter is replacement as it is slightly wider user initials stamped into inside of fence. Knob has light wear. Good DOR223 35 70 photo
6603-013 6603-013 RECORD No. 04- one half smoothing plane. Nickel plating on lever cap near complete cutter good with very light surface rust at top tall knob and tote have slight crackling of lacquer. Japannning 80 percent and looks original however a blue paint splotch on the frog screw and on tote makes me think there may have been retouching. Tote also has some red paint drips at base and partial original decal on top. Some discoloration on sole but nothing major. Good GAN5270 40 80 photo
6603-014 6603-014 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Type 2 front knob but has Type 3 patent date cutter. Japanning 70 percent nickel plating 80 percent one or two spots of pitting on sole but otherwise ok. Good RSR117 35 70 photo
6603-015 6603-015 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Type 4 japanning 60 percent moderate pitting on sole nickel plating on front knob 30 percent. Good PTL18 30 60 photo
6603-016 6603-016 Type 1 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Has proper knobs adjustment wheel cutter has proper mark but only has one screw. Japanning 80 percent surface rust on about half of body nickel plating 80 percent. Cutter sharp. This is the second plane I have seen in the last few months -first was Brown 49 Lot 363- that has a star shape punched in both dovetail lugs and also has a break in one of the lugs in the same exact spot. Good PDM6 50 100 photo
6603-017 6603-017 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604- one half smoother. Type 6 with vee mark on cutter flat top sides and single word Bedrock on lever cap tall knob. Japanning 70 percent some surface rust wear to wood but no major damage user initials stamped on cutter and chip breaker. Sole has some scratching and discoloration. Good PLH664 100 200 photo
6603-018 6603-018 User made bullnose plane. Someone took a bench plane likely a No. 3 sized one and cut off the front at the throat to make it a bullnose and reshaped the top of the cheeks slightly. Has unmarked cutter likely repurposed Union lever cap unmarked lateral and plane bed. Crack in sole at throat japanning and tote ok. Good ESY79 40 80 photo
6603-019 6603-019 STANLEY No. 2 smoothing plane. Later type with orange notched rectangle on lever cap and notched mark on cutter. Tall knob worn on top and missing large chunk out of back base tote has repaired break nickel plating 65 percent cutter sharp throat ok japanning 80 percent. Some surface rust and light pitting. Good- OVR150 40 80 photo
6603-020 6603-020 STANLEY No. 97 chisel-edge plane. Third sweetheart on cutter clean with 95 percent japanning knob good with a few dings. Unfortunately it has one-fourth inch chip off front corner of nose and cutter has miniscule chip as well. Good- SAN48 125 250 photo
6603-021 6603-021 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper. Earlier type metal in decent shape with a few spots of rust here and there japanning 85 percent. Knob has a few dings and a scratch a few small chips off end of tote. Needs new cutter as existing one is only 1- three-fourths inch tall. Good OVR142 50 100 photo
6603-022 6603-022 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS No. 9 bench planes. One with the vee-shaped MF logo traces of red japanning on lever cap but mostly there on frog number 302 stamped behind frog in the bed lacquer on rosewood knob and tote crackling and chip off end of tote knob screw looks replaced spots of rust cutter has small chip. And one with straight MF logo on cutter with Greenfield Mass and Made in USA underneath also has rosewood knob and tote in ok condition red japanning 85 percent some pitting to metal. Good MRA151 154 35 70 photo
6603-023 6603-023 SIEGLEY No. 4C smoothing plane. Good wood tote with checkered pattern handle and only small chip off end tall knob has hairline crack at base screwcap has patent date and slight loss of nickel plating on it and the lever cap japanning 80 percent. A few very small dings in cutter that can be honed out Good REW162 30 60 photo
6603-024 *6603-024 Lot of STANLEY Defiance planes. One looks like a No. 1213 with STANLEY Defiance mark on cutter japanning 80 percent some wear to red stain on wood. Plus what looks like a No. 1213- one half based on the frog but the earlier version with brown stained handles plain cutter japanning good. Good BSR132 180 25 50 photo
6603-025 6603-025 Lot of two No. 3 sized planes. A Type 13 STANLEY No. 3 with tall knob japanning 90 percent replacement cutter marked only -Made in USA- and has wrong lever cap tote and knob have light wear but ok some pitting and rust. And one by DUNLAP with patent marked on cutter tall knob loose tote wood may be replaced as it has no lacquer. Japanning 90 percent some scratching and rust on sole. Good- MRA124 127 30 60 photo
6603-026 6603-026 LIE-NIELSEN No. 140 skew block plane. Pretty sure that is what this is but at the toe where normally the L-N is cast it is been milled out. Identical to the No. 140 has both the steel side plate and brass fence light use and wear but nothing major. Version without the nicker. Normally $200 plus new so heres your chance at a gently used one. Good plus PNG46 75 150 photo
6603-027 6603-027 English STANLEY No. 92 rabbet plane. Nickel plating near mint however has a small amount of white gunk on heel toe and edge of cutter that can likely be easily cleaned has decal on toe. One tiny spot of rust. Looks barely used. Good plus GAN255G 30 60 photo
6603-028 6603-028 PRESTON No. 2509 bullnose rabbet plane. Adjustable version of Prestons rabbet with removable nose 3-seven-eighths inch sole with 1-one-eighths inch cutter. Nickel plating 85 percent a few spots of tarnish small chip in one cheek but throat and cutter are very good. Could use a cleaning but still has plenty of life left. Good plus GAN159G 45 90 photo
6603-029 6603-029 UNION No. 50 bullnose rabbet plane. Unions equivalent to the Stanley No. 75. Japannning 80 percent original cutter with some surface rust but edge sharp. Some light rust on sole as well. Good VTO16 40 80 photo
6603-030 6603-030 BAILEY Victor No. 12 pocket block plane. Missing the cutter adjustment knob and with a chip out of the heel a few tiny dings and very light pitting on cheeks traces of japanning. Good- LHD46 90 150 photo
6603-031 6603-031 STANLEY No. 98 and 99 set of side rabbet planes. The No. 99 is early type with patent date on skate but unmarked cutter nickel plating 75 percent the No. 98 looks like a Type 2 with no date on skate but has -T- mark on cutter nickel plating 70 percent. Both knobs have dings but No. 98 also has crack near screw. Good PTL20 40 80 photo
6603-032 6603-032 SARGENT No. 81 side rabbet plane. One of Sargents rarer planes. Nice and clean with 80 percent nickel plating knob has some wear to lacquer and a few dings Good PTL19 50 100 photo
6603-033 6603-033 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Made in USA fenced version. Notched rectangle mark on both blades. Nickel plating near complete some rust on thumbscrews and miniscule chip on one cutter otherwise nice. Good plus RBN148 35 70 photo
6603-034 6603-034 Lot of two English made STANLEY bullnose rabbet planes. A No. 90 near fine with partial decal on toe good cutter and nickel plating 99 percent. And a No. 92 nickel plating 80 percent cutter has very light pitting spots some surface rust but not much. Good and better ESY99 40 80 photo
6603-035 6603-035 STANLEY No. 95 edge trimming block plane. Type 2 japanning 80 percent and might be retouched in a few spots cutter sharp. Good plus ESY98 40 80 photo
6603-036 6603-036 D. R. BARTON skew rabbet. Offset tote 16- one-fourth inch sole 1-seven-eighths inch wide cutter and marked 1 three-fourths on heel as well as the number 27. Double nickers good. Small chip in throat some staining on top of body minor wear to tote and wedge. Good CLA532 30 60 photo
6603-037 6603-037 UNION FACTORY filletster plane. 14 inch sole 2 inch skewed BUTCHER cutter but fixed fence allows it to cut 1- one half inch both cutter and nicker very sharp tote good. Some staining on one cheek a few small chips in edges of body heel stamped J.A. Moody and comes from the Jock Moody collection. Good plus MDY328 30 60 photo
6603-038 6603-038 Cornice plane. 4 inch lying ogee profile. Good tote and pull rope hole. Has two stamps on the toe one is user and other is faint but looks like maybe P.H. MANCHESTER who was a Providence R.I. maker in the mid-19th century. T. Tillotson cutter well reglued crack in top of tote. Good plus CLA127 75 150 photo
6603-039 6603-039 HOWLAND and CO. jack plane. 16 inch sole with sharp 2- one-fourth inch cutter with partial stamp that I can not make out. Good tote and strike button overall nice. Possibly relacquered a few scratches on sole heel stamped J.A. Moody and is from the Jock Moody collection. Good plus MDY332 35 70 photo
6603-040 6603-040 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. sun plane. Uncommon Sandusky plane stamped -240- on toe under C banner mark. Damage to sole behind throat a few checks in body looks like it is been refinished Sandusky cutter spalled with some pitting. Good DJS84 50 100 photo
6603-041 6603-041 WORRALL patent multiform plane soles. Three which appear to be part of a set with the same Multiform Plane Co and 8-29-54 patent date stamped on toes and brass flower screw in heels that lock the brass blade holders depicted in his later 5-27-56 patent. Two look like a tongue and groove pair both with moving fence and the other is a moving filletster. Filletster has screw hole at rear of body where something looks like it used to be attached side of fence has some damage at screws looks like depth stop missing single boxing has crack. All have same attachment slots on top of body in front and behind the blade some mild dinging and scratching on all. Good PRK239 100 200 photo
6603-042 6603-042 Tailed coffin plane. Body made of solid lignum vitae 4 inch flat sole wedge looks like beech 1- one half inch WM ASH and CO cutter slightly spalled some wear and small chips in body a couple age checks. Good NHF354 35 70 photo
6603-043 6603-043 CROW coffin plane. William and Edward Crow of Canterbury England made planes from 1847 until the late 1880s. This one has the Canterbury stamp as well as user stamps brass plate and thumbscrew on top near the toe adjusts iron depth stop. 8 inch compassed sole 2 inch SORBY cutter some mild scratching and staining a few cracks along brass plate. Good HAN312 40 80 photo
6603-044 6603-044 Lot of four transitional planes. A 22 inch long B Plane from BIRMINGHAM PLANE CO. tote end broken off some wear and chips relacquered. Two 15 inch long one by FULTON and a UNION No. 26 Fulton has crack in tote and wood looks relacquered Union has a couple checks in wood. And a 7 inch UNION No. 21 two holes in one cheek pitting on cutter. Japanning approx. 70 percent on all but the No. 26 which is repainted. Good BSR11 282 307 624 40 80 photo
6603-045 6603-045 Lot of four transitional bench planes. What looks like a STANLEY No. 26 but the wood base may be replacement as it is taller and slightly longer than usual with a tighter throat. Type 13 with 1909 mark on cutter. Plus UNION No. 26 and No. 27 both look relacquered with japanning 50 percent on the No. 27 and touched up on the No. 26. And a No. 23 size FULTON with relacquered wood a few small chips japanning good. Good- and better BSR12 280 281 649 30 60 photo
6603-046 6603-046 J.L. CLUFF razee jack plane. Three-star Maine maker circa 1850 this 22 inch lignum vitae bodied plane has a nice stripe of sapwood running through it that gives the appearance of being laminated from its side. Beautifully made and in nice condition noting some age checks 1-seven-eighths inch BUCK BROS. cutter with MOULSON chip breaker. Area in front of throat looks to be made of oak with wood pegs beech handle in nice condition but has chip off end and could be replacement. A few small chips in edges and wedge. Good plus ESY58 60 120 photo
6603-047 6603-047 Sash plane. Handled double irons unmarked except for initials -JOPR- deeply engraved on toe looks handmade. Two holes in one cheek look like it once had a fence attached large crack in same cheek chip in toe. Good- ESY63 30 60 photo
6603-048 6603-048 ATKINSON panel raiser. 1829-1842 Baltimore maker -A mark 2 stars- mark is faint 3 inch wide skew BUTCHER cutter both fences work fine with mild chipping end of tote missing and smoothed over repair to chip in mouth where wedge meets light chewing on wedge dings on heel and chip in body at top of toe. Good ESY64 50 100 photo
6603-049 6603-049 Lot of four wooden planes. Two coffin smoothers one 7- one half inch sole by E.W. CARPENTER -A mark- and a 6 inch model by SANDUSKY TOOL CO. The heel and toe of the Sandusky are well dinged and the cutter slightly spalled. Plus a 7 inch toothing plane H. CHAPIN UNION FACTORY with proper AUBURN TOOL CO. toothed cutter. And a nicely made old womans tooth router unsigned with a MOSELY No. 6 plow plane cutter. Good and better RYP17 20 25 29 80 160 photo
6603-050 6603-050 Lot of six small wooden planes. A 4 inch compassed sole with 1 inch cutter a 4- one-fourth inch double rabbet plane with one cutter missing a nearly 5 inch long one with heart shaped throat and 1- one-fourth inch straight cutter. Plus three with side fences nailed on all hollows two with decoratively carved teardrop shaped throats and one has tin wrapped around inside of fence. All look user made old and have heavy wear and rust on cutters. Good- VIN287 290 298 30 60 photo
6603-051 *6603-051 ULMIA bench plane. With a 220mm sole and 48mm wide cutter -that is 8 inches and 2 inch to you- beech body with white beech sole. The pride of Germany and one of the best wooden planes being made it will run you well over $100 new. This one looks gently used with a few spots of green paint and some rust on the cutter. Good RDL10 25 50 photo
6603-052 6603-052 Lot of two coffin planes. A 9 inch handled one with razee body by NEW YORK TOOL CO. with an AUBURN cutter tight crack in tote and some chips on wedge spots of rust on cutter. And a 6- one half inch unhandled one by SANDUSKY marked 5 on heel user stamp on toe 1- one half inch cutter also marked Sandusky star scratched in front of throat on top of body some mild dinging and scratching to wood 1 inch long shallow chip to top of one side of throat. Good NHN75 77 30 60 photo
6603-053 6603-053 Lot of five tailed rabbet planes. Unsigned and likely coachmakers looks like boxwood one hollow and four rounds one-fourth inch to three-fourths inch in cutter widths and look to be part of a set with similar shaped bodies and wedges. Overall clean with no major damage possibly polished. Good plus GFR22 40 80 photo
6603-054 6603-054 Lot of two rabbet planes. A coachmakers T-rabbet solid boxwood sole is 6 inch x 2- one-fourth inch tight crack in body hole drilled in sole three user stamps. And a half-rabbet in which the cutter extends across half the sole but with no fence or stop also 6 inch made of a creamy wood that might be boxwood or possibly hornbeam. Unsigned. Both have some stains. Good WOL686 60 110 photo
6603-055 6603-055 BLUM TOOL CO. block plane. Made of jatoba and rosewood 6- one half inch long body runs $199 new. Also has sharpening jig extra frog and a couple extra blades. Looks never used. Fine KGM57 59 61 63 100 200 photo
6603-056 *6603-056 Lot of three tailed rabbet planes. Unsigned a one half inch hollow and 1 inch and one-fourth inch rounds compassed soles probably for coachmaker one handle is a little shorter and may have broken off and had the end rounded over. Good DSD49 20 40 photo
6603-057 6603-057 HOLTZAPFFEL screw box. three-sixteenth inch stamped with their Charing Cross address. Some staining and a crack on one side no tap. Good HANY4 40 80 photo
6603-058 6603-058 Set of two miniature coffin smoothers. Both 3 inch long with seven-eighths inch cutters. Compassed soles with different radiuses. Both have -H.G. Orme- stamped on toes and heels clearly part of a set and very nice. Fine PLH94X 80 160 photo
6603-059 6603-059 Lot of two uncommon wooden planes. A fluting plane that cuts a single one-fourth inch flute by EAGLESHAM AND FOTHERINGHAM of Edinburgh 3-five-eighths inch sole and an unsigned plane with an angled sole probably for cutting dovetails although it has no fence with a skewed cutter and boxed sole. Good plus PLH98X 101X 50 100 photo
6603-060 6603-060 Lot of two rules. An H. CHAPIN No. 14 boxwood four-fold two foot fully brassbound inside pins missing light wear and tarnish. Plus a one-fold one-foot rule with square body unmarked may be bone brass circles inlaid in ends one section is curved at the end from damage or use one pin missing. Good- and better DJS 40 80 photo
6603-061 6603-061 E.M. CHAPIN bone carpenters rule. No. 55. Four-fold two foot German silver and bone. bone is yellow and worn but readable on outside cleaner on inside no major damage. Pin ok slightly sprung. An uncommon rule from the mid-to-late 1800s. Good JRI272 100 200 photo
6603-062 6603-062 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. 36. Wood worn and stained brass has some spots of tarnish pitting on bevel no pins and very slightly sprung. Level is intact. Good- DOR203 40 80 photo
6603-063 6603-063 STEPHENS and CO. No. 95 bone caliper rule. German silver one-fold half-foot slight yellowing and wear a few spots of wear and tarnish to silver number 50 stamped on body underneath caliper slide and on inside of caliper slide. Good DJS334 100 200 photo
6603-064 6603-064 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Type 3 with both patent dates scratch awl but no rule. Nickel plating is 80 percent a couple spots of rust vial wet. Good DOR207 30 60 photo
6603-065 *6603-065 RABONE Chesterman No. 1380 rule. Boxwood with brass ends four-fold two foot some light wear stains and a few paint spots slight tarnish to brass. Good GRN37 15 30 photo
6603-066 6603-066 Lot of three gauges. Two marking gauges look handmade one with square head with wood pin through it to lock it in place the other oval head but flat on one side and a thumbscrew to lock it. Some wear and staining on bodies. Plus a mortise gauge with brass sliding fence ebony body and head cast iron flat locking screw marked with user name several times. Has some wear and chips on head one is large on underside. Pins ok on all. Good ESY124 30 60 photo
6603-067 6603-067 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Ebony head with brass plate on bottom round solid brass stem pins ok. Head has large crack through it and significant chip plus a few smaller chips and cracks. Brass has some dings. Good- DTN216 30 60 photo
6603-068 6603-068 C. NURSE and CO mortise gauge. Rosewood with brass strips in head and screw-adjusted slides for mortise point English-style locking screw. A few indentations or dings in wood Nurse mark on back of head. Good ACS90 30 60 photo
6603-069 6603-069 SHOLL patent mortise gauge. The four-bar version of Christian Sholls 1864 patent. This was the high-end model rosewood with two brass strips in the head. Complete and in good clean condition stamp worn but legible a few chips and scrapes still has all its points although worn down. Good LHD14 50 100 photo
6603-070 6603-070 JOHN WILSON mortise gauge. Ebony body with round head and square stem brass strips in head and screw-adjusted slides for mortise point English-style locking screw. Extremely faint Wilson Sheffield mark with -Corporate Mark- stamped underneath. Some light wear and dinging repaired chip on underside of head user mark on stem. Wilson was a maker of joiners tools that was acquired by Sorby in 1901. Good ACS89 50 100 photo
6603-071 6603-071 Solid brass marking gauge. Looks user made 7 inches long with rectangular head and knurled locking screw. Clean and unmarked. Good plus CLA508 60 120 photo
6603-072 6603-072 Grab bag of zig zag rules. Twelve total. Four by STANLEY including a Handyman No. 86 a Victor No. 856 a No. 6LG and a No. X226. A LUFKIN No. 066D and X46F and six MASTER RULE Interlox of varying sizes including three No. 106 one No. 108 and two X-4. All mostly clean with light wear one X-4 highly worn with a chip. Good HAN546 40 80 photo
6603-073 *6603-073 LUFKIN No. 403 linen tape IOB. Lightly used with 50 foot tape still having bright numbering some wear to leather on edges of case. Box has a couple of split seams label ok. Good DOR200 20 40 photo
6603-074 6603-074 WELSH patented marking gauge. Patented in 1891 by A.A. Welsh it is unique design and relative scarcity make it a very collectible gauge. This one has light wear and a few stains to wood patent date stamped into body is faint like usual one pin may be replaced some corrosion to the brass plates but worth cleaning up. Good PRK197 30 60 photo
6603-075 6603-075 Lot of three sighting levels. One marked BITTCO in leather case marked -Mexico - 5 inch open square metal body with two levels intact black japanning flaking at edges.A 7 inch round brass-bodied one marked KUKER-RANKEN Seattle and Patent 1741422 some wear to black japanning level vial ok in leather case. And a SWIFT and ANDERSON 5 inch square-bodied one in original box with instructions general wear but level ok box missing one end flap and has wear and tear. Good HAN547 40 80 photo
6603-076 *6603-076 Lot of three bevels. One that looks like an early STANLEY No. 25 but thumbscrew is cast iron has 8 inch blade brass ends have light tarnish. A later No. 25 with 10 inch blued blade stamped light wear. And a 8 inch CRAFTSMAN marked on blade some tarnish to brass and spot or two of rust on blade. Good MHT21 25 50 photo
6603-077 *6603-077 Lot of two 8 inch bevels. A HENRY DISSTON and SONS light rust on blade rosewood handle light wear with one small chip brass trim has slight tarnish faint stamp. And a STANLEY No. 25 later type blued blade has a few spots of rust and handle worn no brass ends. Good MRA129 130 25 50 photo
6603-078 6603-078 Lot of two STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. A Type 1 with no scratch awl traces of nickel plating some light rust vial good. And a Type 2 with both patent dates also missing scratch awl nickel plating 80 percent vial good. Good DOR206 40 80 photo
6603-079 6603-079 BELCHER BROS. shoe rule. Boxwood one-fold shoe brass hinges with 12 inch rule on backside and shoe size on inside with sliding wood triangle and other one stationary. Clearly marked Belcher Bros. on inside. In nice condition with light wear and only a couple small stains. Good PRK192 30 60 photo
6603-080 6603-080 WELCH and GRIFFITHS rip saw. 26 inch long blade with nib 6tpi with semi-circle stamp and -Boston- underneath -Cast Iron- and -Warranted- on either side of stamp. Plain 1 inch brass medallion with three split-nut screws in lambs tongue handle. Some discoloration on blade a few spots of pitting and slight bend at end wear to handle and a few chips from top horn. User initials stamped into handle. Good MDY 40 80 photo
6603-081 6603-081 Buck saw. Looks old and probably user made. 22 inch x 7 inch wood frame body 15 inch blade iron tensioner. Age checks and some inactive worm in wood a few cracks are repaired with glue. A couple of small nails in body. Good- SPM342 30 60 photo
6603-082 6603-082 Lot of two saws. What looks like a DISSTON D-8 with thumbhole in handle no visible etch 26 inch blade 8tpi has discoloration and pitting blade is short from use top edge slightly rounded at some point numbers and user name stamped into handle that has one chip out of top horn and some wear. Repair surrounding backside area of top screw. And one also with 26 inch blade 7 tpi stamped MOSES EADON Sheffield a few spots of pitting but mostly clean. Handle ok with a few chips and one crack at bottom beaver medallion and split nuts. Good MDY9 50 100 photo
6603-083 6603-083 Lot of three narrow-bladed saws. Two compass saws both unmarked and with split nuts 13 inch and 15 inch blades. The 13 inch blade one has notch out of the end open handles have mild wear blades have light rust. Plus a pruning saw straight handle with some wear and one spot of discoloration 12 inch blade with rust spots. Good WOL701 40 80 photo
6603-084 6603-084 Lot of four saws. Two keyhole saws one with metal handle cast with -British Made- and 6 inch blade with tip broke off other has 8 inch blade and antler handle with brass ferrule. Plus two brass backed dovetail saws one with 9 inch blade attached with screws to wood handle with brass ferrule other has 5 inch blade brass ferrule has crack nicely carved bulbous handle. All have mild wear. Good WOL702 40 80 photo
6603-085 6603-085 SPEAR and JACKSON No. 26 brass backed tenon saw. 10 inch blade open applewood handle horns have very mild chipping user name stamped on handle and some splotches of paint on bottom horn. Blade has some discoloration but brass has only light wear. Good split nuts. Good HOO9 50 100 photo
6603-086 6603-086 DISSTON mitre saw . 26 inch long saw steel backing stamped Henry Disston and Sons etch is for a MILLERS FALLS Langdon Mitre Box. Some light discoloration spots handle has some wear and chip on top horn some paint splotches. User initials stamped on handle. Good MDY7 30 60 photo
6603-087 6603-087 Lot of two brass back saws. A TYZACK -Gold Seal - 10 inch blade with some spots of light rust plastic handle ok some scratching on brass. And a EUROTOOL with 12 inch blade red lacquered handle with a few scratches overall clean. Both have decent etches and show light use. Good and better MLR8 9 40 80 photo
6603-088 6603-088 Lot of two tools. A steel back saw stamped -STRAW- on backing 10 inch blade open handle has split nuts and chip in top horn. Some pitting on metal. And a saw set marked J. V. HILL handle looks burned on underside with some wear and a small crack brass ferrule. Good WOL697 35 70 photo
6603-089 *6603-089 Saw vise. Bench mounted unmarked 10 inch wide jaws open by lever two large wingnuts control vise and angle of jaws. Japanning 70 percent. One replacement screw at base of lever. Good BKF124 20 40 photo
6603-090 *6603-090 ATKIN and SONS saw set. Wrest-type saw set by the plane and saw makers dating from early 1800s. Some light pitting and rust in a few spots. Good BAS104 20 40 photo
6603-091 *6603-091 Lot of cutters. 4 blank blades one compassed STANLEY with vee logo one 1-three-eighths inch wide toothed cutter and one ATKINS compassed with only about 3 inch of life left. Some spots of discoloration on a few. Good SSA82 20 40 photo
6603-092 6603-092 SIMONDS No. 342 cross-cut saw tool IOB. Looks to be all there but do not hold me to it in fairly good condition in original box but end with label is missing. Has original instructions with some rust stains. Good PLH118X 30 60 photo
6603-093 6603-093 Lot of two No. 227 butt gauges IOB. One by MILLERS FALLS the other by GOODELL-PRATT both clean with only mild wear on G-P. Both boxes have a few split seams most of original label but MF is dirtier. G-P has note on bottom of box in pencil that it was given to the owner in 1912. Good plus BFS275 276 40 80 photo
6603-094 6603-094 YANKEE Offset ratchet kit No. 3600-5. Kit made by NORTH BROS. originally came with ratchet handle and four hex key bits this has those four plus two flat screw bits. Original label inside lid good everything clean and looks unused. Lid has wear of red paint and a few black spots. Good plus BFS253 40 80 photo
6603-095 6603-095 ATKINS No. 100 floor saw. 18 inch blade has some light rust and discoloration faint etch handle worn and has crack through body around medallion and at the base of handle that is repaired with a piece of copper wiring around the whole handle. Good- VTD245 60 120 photo
6603-096 6603-096 Lot of five saws. All 26 inch long. Two DISSTON with light surface rust one with no visible etch 10 tpi and other a No. 7 with good etch and nib 5tpi horns on both have some chipping and crack in top horn of No. 7. An unmarked one with split nuts 26 inch blade with a little life left top horn broken off long ago and smoothed over discoloration on blade. A CRAFTSMAN light etch 8 tpi wheatsheaf carved handle with light wear blade clean and a WESTLINE also 8tpi shows some use and light wear but blade clean with decent etch. Good- and better HAN585 40 80 photo
6603-097 6603-097 Lot of two DISSTON crosscut saws. A 26 inch long one with no etch Canada medallion some wear to handle discoloration and scratching on blade. And one with rusty 26 inch blade pitting Philadelphia medallion wear to lacquer on handle. Good ACS132 133 30 60 photo
6603-098 6603-098 Lot of two saws. A SIMONDS flooring saw no visible etch but likely a No. 58 20 inch blade has rust and pitting moderate wear to handle Simonds Saw and Steel Company ribbon medallion ok. Plus a crosscut DISSTON that has been cut down to a 14 inch blade tips of teeth also have been cut or worn down handle ok with some light wear and user initials on back. Good- DOR215 50 100 photo
6603-099 6603-099 Lot of two saws. A stainless steel surgical backed saw unmarked nickel plated backing and handle good with most of it intact 9 inch blade with 12tpi. Unfortunately blade has one tooth broken with crack 1 inch long in blade above it one or two spots of pitting otherwise this would be a fine saw. Plus a unmarked flooring saw tip of blade broken off rounded fruitwood handle is unique and has some dirt and wear surface rust on blade. Good- ACS46 122 40 80 photo
6603-100 6603-100 GEO BISHOP flooring saw. 18 inch blade with 10tpi patented adjustable handle with locking wingnut faint etch some discoloration and light pitting on blade handle has wear some staining or paint spots and looks relacquered. Good DOR216 40 80 photo
6603-101 6603-101 STANLEY tin sign. Paper backed painted tin sign with yellow and black ink. Stanley notched rectangle logo with the words -Tool Center- below it and a hammer and tape measure depicted. Foam double sided tape on backside corners sign has a few slight bends in some spots so it is not totally square or straight would need a little evening out. One corner is bent. A few slight areas of discoloration on front and back paper is dingy. Good- LEE37 40 80 photo
6603-102 *6603-102 STANLEY Handyman crosscut saw. 26 inch 10tpi with original cardboard sleeve. Blade has a few light spots of rust handle has a few dirt smudges. Good plus VIN310 15 30 photo
6603-103 6603-103 Lot of two STANLEY items IOB. A saw angle guide designed to guide a handsaw to make square and angle cuts and advertised on the box as -more versatile than a mitre box.- Looks to be all there and unused in lightly worn box. Plus a Powerlock measuring tape FM stereo radio also looks unused but I can not guarantee it still works. Box has mild wear on edges. Good plus PLH228X 232X 40 80 photo
6603-104 *6603-104 STANLEY full color prints. Illustrations from 1923 catalog printed on heavy glossy stock with wide borders for framing. Includes boxwood rules zig zag rules iron and wood levels bevels and try squares framing squares braces Bailey and Bedrock iron planes wood bottom and block planes special purpose planes Nos. 45 and 55 planes hammers screwdrivers Everlasting chisels and mitre boxes. Fine BWH81 15 30 photo
6603-105 *6603-105 Framed prints. Black frames with paper backing inside are photocopies of various advertisements for SHAPLEIGH KEEN KUTTER SARGENT MCCLURES MCCORMICK-DEERING and STANLEY. Plus a glossy photograph of a Stanley metal level in black and white. One or two of the frames has some wear on edges most are ok. Advertisements are not of high print quality. 10 frames total. Good BWH 15 30 photo
6603-106 6603-106 STANLEY No. 904 tool chest. Has tag on inside indicating it is No. 904 nearly complete inside decal outside decal is 50 percent. Looks to have nearly all the tools but appears most are replacements as the individual tool numbers do not consistently match but someone did a very good job recreating a similar assortment. A few tools have some surface rust outside of case has crack in bottom corner and top corner is separating from edge some light scratching to wood. Good HAN530 100 200 photo
6603-107 6603-107 Lot of two STANLEY memorabilia. A die-cast model yellow delivery truck with The Stanley Works sweetheart mark and notched rectangle logos on side. Does not look opened but box slightly bent in one corner. Plus a brass sweetheart logo belt buckle made by Alvin Sellens number 215. Good VTO82 30 60 photo
6603-108 6603-108 Lot of advertisements and photo. Seven pages of advertisements some color from Saturday Evening Post Popular Mechanics and Literary Digest for GOODELL-PRATT KEEN-KUTTER STANLEY. In good condition with only a few bent corners or small pieces missing from edges on a couple. Plus a 9 inch x 7 inch antique photograph of two men working in shop repairing chairs and written beneath on 14 inch x 11 inch pasteboard backing is -Daddy-1910 - bend down the middle. Good plus VTO101 50 100 photo
6603-109 6603-109 Lot of two apple parers. One by the C.E. HUDSON CO of Leominster MA that has -Little Star- and patent date 6-9-85 cast into frame. And one by SINCLAIR SCOTT CO. of Baltimore patented 12-1-85 that also peels peaches as the pronged fork is designed to fit around a peach pit. Has decorative hearts in the cast iron gears. Both are clean and no visible damage. Good plus REW1810 1816 40 80 photo
6603-110 6603-110 Lot of two bench-mounted kitchen items. A GREY IRON CASTING CO Perfect Ice Crusher turquoise japanning on stem and handle 60 percent wingnut looks replaced some flaking of patina on main body a few spots of rust. Plus a RIVAL pea and bean huller and slicer nickel plating on head nearly complete stem may have had japanning at one point but not anymore clean with very little rust bench mount screw is replacement. Good EMN17 30 60 photo
6603-111 6603-111 ENTERPRISE cherry stoner. Patented 4-24-83 by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company this one is the nickel plated version with about half left is in nice shape and ready to be used. Good EMN20 30 60 photo
6603-112 *6603-112 Lot of two toasters. Designed to toast bread over fire one has tin pyramid-shaped body with circular bottom and slots in sides that let the heat onto the bread held by wire springs. The other also has a circular bottom but with a star design of holes that allow heat to escape up open space beneath the bread also held by wire springs in a pyramid shape. Rust on both. Good EMN18 25 50 photo
6603-113 6603-113 Counting machine. Made by AMERICAN COUNTING MACHINE 5 inch x 3- one half inch has five numbered tin rollers controlled by a long handle that is spring loaded. Move the handle down to move the counter and still works well. Brass body with front plate also having the Nov. 16. 1897 patent date and a warning to -Keep Well Oiled.- Has holes on base and back for easy mounting. Good plus VTO102 40 80 photo
6603-114 6603-114 Ice skates. Pair of matching left and right strap on style wood base with leather heel strap on one and detached but present on other both have toe straps stamped L28 and R28 on soles. Marked SCHAATSENSTAAL HERCULES on the metal skates which I am assuming is the maker. Partial paper label in the center of one. Some dirt on soles but otherwise pretty clean. Good HAN582 40 80 photo
6603-115 6603-115 Street lamp lighter. 37 inches including 14 inch handle brass stem with attractive crown shaped top. Marked "New York" and -Houchin- so likely manufactured by the Thomas W. Houchin Co. and based on Houchin's patent also marked with number 624. Handle has some wear and discoloration spots brass ferrule cracked. Good EMN 75 150 photo
6603-116 *6603-116 Lot of miscellaneous tools. Two large turnscrews both unsigned one is a graceful English style 27 inch long beech handle with turned brass ferrule and one screwdriver type is 24- one half inch long. Wood has wear and user initials punched into one some surface corrosion. Plus five calipers makers include COASTBILT BROWN and SHARPE WELLES CALIPER CO. 14 inch to 6 inch long legs mostly outside calipers and one BandS -Hermaphrodite- No. 835 caliper dividers. Surface rust on most moreso on larger ones. And we are throwing in a small unsigned brace locking screw replaced 5 inch sweep wood very worn. Good- and better KGM233 234 20 40 photo
6603-117 6603-117 Lot of two turnscrews. A 22 inch long one with short wood handle and brass ferrule decorative flat base. A few chips in handle XX marked on ferrule. And a larger 27 inch one marked D.B. Ames on both sides nice design with iron ferrule wide wood handle with worn chip at hanghole. Good NHF42 30 60 photo
6603-118 *6603-118 Lot of two YANKEE No. 30 ratcheting screwdrivers. One with plain handle and hanghole through it other has red stained handle both have some nickel loss and one has grease stain but appear to work ok. Good NHN261 20 40 photo
6603-119 6603-119 YANKEE No. 100 tool set IOB. Has No. 30A and No. 10A screwdrivers some rust especially on the 10A. All but one bit present missing the No. 15 screwdriver. Box has wear and scratches on outside partial label. Full instruction label on inside. Good PLH48X 35 70 photo
6603-120 6603-120 Lot of seven -perfect handle- screwdrivers. Four appear to be from the same set one is missing pins but wood present and can be fixed others ok. Plus one marked BRIDGEPORT and another with same shaft type and another with hexagonal pins holding wood. Wear on most handles rust on some. Good RML37 40 80 photo
6603-121 6603-121 Lot of two archimedian drills. One unmarked 16 inch version with three-jaw chuck nickel plating ok lignum head has a little chewing on edges works ok. And a nice example of A.H. REIDs -lightning brace- with a little wear to the rosewood knobs and works smoothly. Nice circle of sapwood on top of head that gives it an attractive look- spring that holds bit in is present and Reids 1882 patent date marked on shaft. Good PDM4 5 40 80 photo
6603-122 *6603-122 Wooden well handle. 19 inch x 2 inch x 2 inch with 3 inch x 1- one half inch square hole at one end and 6 inch handle. Two bolts through end with hole wood well worn and has some checks and cracks through it. Good MRA26 20 40 photo
6603-123 *6603-123 Stand sizer. Looks like a ring or washer sizer with consecutively larger edges downward on a square wood base. Smallest and topmost section slightly bent otherwise good. Good ESY130 25 50 photo
6603-124 *6603-124 BURMOS blowtorch. All brass except for steel handle holds a pint of paraffin thumbscrew marked -British.- Brass clean with not much tarnish light rust on steel. Looks barely used. Good VTD254 25 50 photo
6603-125 6603-125 Eel spear. Large and looks handwrought. 6 barbed tines all 6 inch long on 7- one half inch long stem. 14 inch long total. One side of one barb broken off some rust otherwise nice. Good LEE119 30 60 photo
6603-126 6603-126 Lot of two alcohol torches IOB. Both about 5 inch long. A LENK automatic blow torch No. 108 brass body has some tarnish otherwise looks barely used. Box good with some paint flecks and dirt. Plus a JIM DANDY No. 80-B nickel plating worn on one part but rest ok. Box has fading part of end flap detached but present. Good MHT 40 80 photo
6603-127 6603-127 Lot of four soldering irons. 19 inch to 8 inch in length all have copper ends. One has partial BEALL BROS stamp on head rest unmarked. Two have loose or broken ferrules all have worn handles. Good HAN571 30 60 photo
6603-128 6603-128 Lot of two items. A solid brass lock marked SAFE on one side unfortunately it is locked and no key but very clean. Plus an extra large pair of tailor scissors by J. WISS and SONS Newark NJ. Has about 80 percent japanning brass nut with maker stamp nice 8 inch edges good and sharp 15 inch long total. Good plus VTO83 85 35 70 photo
6603-129 *6603-129 BRESSANT hand hair clippers. Has about half of its nickel plating works smoothly and still cuts. Good VTO70 10 20 photo
6603-130 6603-130 Tobacco spear. Steel square hollow body designed to be attached to a stick iron tip stamped with the word Nagley which at first glance appears to be user name but further investigation revealed in a 1902 Farm Implement News Buyers Guide there existed a Nagley Mfg Co. out of Lyons NY that sold -Lightning- tobacco spears. First one I have seen and looks barely used. Good plus WCS35 30 60 photo
6603-131 *6603-131 G. WOSTENHOLM and SON hoof knife. Has the Washington Works Sheffield mark on blade and -I*XL- on stem. Bone handle lightly worn but good no hook at end which may have been broken off and honed down. Good PNG47 25 50 photo
6603-132 6603-132 Banana stylus knife. Writing tool used in southern India and Sri Lanka in the 19th century. Includes a knife blade used to cut banana leaves to shape and a stylus used to scratch writing into the surface of the leaf which is read by rubbing ash into the surface. Nice clean condition and very unusual decorative filework on the stylus brass knob at the end of the handle sanskrit -maybe- lettering on blade. Good plus WOL685 100 150 photo
6603-133 6603-133 VOM CLEFF and CO folding race knife. Also called a timber scribe this version from the German maker has 3- one half inch brass handle with 3- one half inch blade that folds into it. Mark on base of knife user stamp on handle. Nice. Good plus DJS190 50 100 photo
6603-134 6603-134 NEW YORK STENCIL WORKS stencil outfit. 8 inch x 6 inch dovetailed box with sliding lid is stamped on underside of lid of original contents and 1918 date. Contains 1 inch and one half inch brass letters and numbers can not guarantee they are all there but it is a lot. Some have paint on edges from use. Good HOO18 40 80 photo
6603-135 6603-135 Lot of two scorps. First is unmarked but looks manufactured with 70 percent of japanning remaining one handed type with 8 inch single wood handle cast iron body has 5 inch x 4 inch rectangular frame slightly bent in the middle with a bar and a 4 inch slightly curved blade in front that needs sharpening. Handle has a couple stains and checks a few chips at the end. Plus an open type also unmarked 5 inch edge nicely turned 5 inch handles with some wear and staining especially near brass ferrules. Pitting on metal and edge needs slight honing but is still sharp. Good BSR496 497 40 80 photo
6603-136 6603-136 Lot of two fleshing knives. Both unmarked a 2 inch one with most of its green japanning and a slight curve to the 16 inch edge the other 1- one half inch with a more curved nearly 12 inch edge and traces of blue japanning. Green one has handles wrapped with wire and the other has aluminum ferrules and weld marks at edges of blade. Both handles have light wear and stains. Good BSR728 30 60 photo
6603-137 6603-137 Lot of chisels and gouges. Two ADDIS spoon chisels- three gouges including one unmarked one by P.S.andW. and one by BARTON- two GREENLEE chisels one half inch and 1 inch- mortise chisel by PEUGEOT- a CRAFTSMAN parting chisel- two MILLERS FALLS bearing scrapers the No. 382 and No. 581 plus another unmarked one. Plus what looks like part of a CRAFTSMAN set with matching handles includes two gouges one 1 inch skew chisel and a parting chisel. All handles have wear and a few have stains or cracks. Mixed SCK80 75 150 photo
6603-138 6603-138 Lot of two double edged spokeshaves. First is a BONNEYs patent early version with -Tueles Pat Oct 27 63 inch stamped -partial- on bottom of shave as shown on pg.183 in Lamonds book. Lamond discusses that a number of unknowns surround who manufactured this spokeshave how Melzer Tuells name was misspelled on the stamp or why it came to be known as Bonneys patent. Designed with a triangular blade so that it may be used on both sides this one has plain undersides of the handles unlike some examples that are stamped -PAT- or -PAT-63 inch on the underside. Shows very light use some spots of pitting but mostly clean one screw is smaller and may be a replacement. Plus one with flat and concave cutters marked only -Made in West Germany- on one cutter and also cast -60 inch on underside japanning 80 percent. Good CRT111 161 60 120 photo
6603-139 6603-139 Lot of two wooden spokeshaves. One is 13- one half inch long with double 2- one half inch blades held with four screws on the outside of body and two bone guards on either side held in with pegs a few hairline cracks in wood near bone slightly curved handles and a hanghole in one. Splotch of blue paint in middle of body. And a similar looking one with one 3 inch wide prong blade but held in place with screws similar bone guard with light wear to wood on either side 11 inch wide total hanghole in one end. Inside canvas sleeve with two pockets that hold two extra slighly rusty blades. Good DCR129 40 80 photo
6603-140 6603-140 Lot of four scrapers. Two STANLEY No. 82 cabinet scrapers a Type 1 with staining on wood japanning 80 percent with slight rust and screw may be a replacement vee mark on cutter- and a Type 2 with worn handle knob does not have same red stain as handle blade has sweetheart mark japanning 85 percent with few white paint splatters. Plus a No. 70 box scraper handle has cracks and stains and is missing ferrule japanning 85 percent and SRandL mark on cutter screw is a replacement. And a STARRETT No. 194 swivel head scraper missing top wood handle bottom handle has heavy stain at top part and wear. Good BSR495 40 80 photo
6603-141 6603-141 Lot of two wooden mallets. A 7 inch x 4 inch one that is pointed in the middle and a 5 inch x 4 inch rectangular one both look to be made of burl. Each has chips at corners moreso on larger one and some wear with similar looking 8 inch long handles. Good BEN11 30 60 photo
6603-142 *6603-142 Wooden mallet. Round 6" x 4" head with 9" handle shows light use a few spots of paint age checks. Good BKF80 20 40 photo
6603-143 *6603-143 RECORD wooden mallet. Beech 4- three-fourths inch x 3 inch looks never used small spot of what looks like lacquer on 12 inch handle. Fine GAN 20 40 photo
6603-144 6603-144 Lignum vitae mallet. Nice 6 inch x 3 inch rectangular head with nice streaks of sapwood. 1 inch chip on one edge and a couple cracks in head and 15 inch long handle made of what looks like boxwood. Hanghole at end of handle. Good DJS238 35 70 photo
6603-145 6603-145 Lot of four tools. A zax by ACKERMAN and JOHNSON of Bangor PA good leather handle with metal fairly clean user initials stamped below maker mark. A hammer hatchet by COLLINS and CO with -Legitimus- mark some discoloration to metal and long crack in handle. A claw hammer marked -H. CHENEY HARD HITTER TOOL STEEL- with a few spots of light rust user initials lightly worn handle looks original. Plus a SARGENT and CO hatchet some light piting handle worn and large chip from the end and small hanghole. Good BFS2 6 8 18 50 100 photo
6603-146 6603-146 Lot of five hammers. A STANLEY No. 602B one by MARION TOOL CO. one with very worn mark but looks like VAUGHN and BUSHNELL and old unmarked model rusty with loose head and missing cap on handle. Plus a macadamizing hammer used to break up the stones to form the surface of stone roads 3 inch rounded head with some pitting and 10 inch handle. Good KGM124 127 128 132 134 40 80 photo
6603-147 6603-147 Lot of files. 7 total. Makers include SIMONDS DISSTON JOHNSON NICHOLSON EAGLE KEARNEY and FOOT and STUBBS. All but one have tang ends Nicholson has a handle. Lengths 13 inches to 17 inches and all but three have rounded backs. Some paint and rust on all. Good SSA165A 30 60 photo
6603-148 6603-148 Lot of four chisels. A cold chisel and gouge both 1- one half inch wide with octagonal metal handles one with user initials some rust. And two socket chisels one a corner chisel with 1 inch sides unmarked and rusty but no damage to edges. And the other a flat 1- one half inch by BUCK BROTHERS also rusty with a small chip in edge that could easily be honed out both have worn wood handles with iron ferrules at end. Good COL162 163 40 80 photo
6603-149 6603-149 Lot of three MYERS O.K. pulleys. Two marked H-299 other marked 018H and consist of cast iron metal frames with wood wheels. Iron has light surface rust in spots wheels have some wear and staining but overall no major damage. Good SCK66 30 60 photo
6603-150 6603-150 Lot of two double pulleys. One is fully cast iron with large hook traces of japanning and marked only with number 8. And a wooden bodied one with metal rod in the middle and double metal hook at the top some cracks in wood wear and staining. Good SCK53 79 30 60 photo
6603-151 6603-151 Lot of two bowl adzes. Both unmarked. A smaller one with 5 inch across sharp edge 5 inch handle likely a replacement as it is attached with a square bolt and washer. And a larger one with longer body and 5- one half inch very sharp edge 6- one half inch handle worn and may be original crack in wood near head. Overall both are fairly clean. Good WOL528 548 50 100 photo
6603-152 6603-152 Lot of two mitre guides. First is a THOMSON BROS and Co Seavey patent mitre guide marked with name and 3-28-99 patent date that corresponds to Patent 622190. Japanning 80 percent with some spots of light rust. And a LANGDON No. 41 mitre box number and a star casted on the end touted by MILLERS FALLS as an -update- to the No. 40 mitre box and features a tilting saw guide. Japanning 75 percent with some light rust looks to be all there and one screw may be replacement. Good BFS305C 305E 30 60 photo
6603-153 6603-153 Lot of two bowl adzes. Both unmarked and similar in size 8 inch and 6 inch handles. Both have heavy pitting and rust with 6 inch and 6- one half inch edges - longer one was recently sharpened but the other would need sharpening. Wood worn more on longer handle and looks hand carved with rough finish. Good WOL524 540 40 80 photo
6603-154 6603-154 Lot of four hatchet heads. One by the KELLY AXE and TOOL CO. with Vanadium shield mark and TRUE TEMPER stamped on other side a few chips in hammer head edge- one by AMERICAN HARDWARE with their rose -American Beauty- stamp clean with mild pitting- one by KEEN KUTTER with some light rust and dinging- and an unmarked one with poll head and light rust. Good HOO14 40 80 photo
6603-155 *6603-155 DUNLAP groover or dado cutters IOB. Box states they are No. 4889 includes 2 outside and 6 inside cutters with 5- one half inch diameer and five-eighths inch hole. Four of the cutters are inside original sleeves box tattered with one corner missing and a few split seams. Some surface rust. Good BCN195 20 40 photo
6603-156 *6603-156 Adjustable auger t-handle. Unmarked adjustable locking mechanism controlled with wingnut screw at top 15 inch wide with metal end caps on handles wood looks relacquered with some age checks. Has 2 inch wide spur auger bit Good SCK50 25 50 photo
6603-157 6603-157 CUT-ALL SWIVELSAW IOB. Made by the English company by the same name this tool consists of metal japanned and nickel plated handle with two knobs one that locks blades into place and other allows handle to -swivel- to cut at different angles. Comes with three different sized blades -one missing- in original green box lid has one split seam corners worn. Tool near mint with some rust spots on blades. Good plus PLH116X 30 60 photo
6603-158 6603-158 LIE-NIELSEN Independence Carcass Saw IOB. 14 inch long blade with 14tpi brass backed nice open handle. Looks very gently used box ok runs $140 new so heres your chance at a discount. Good plus RML215 75 150 photo
6603-159 6603-159 English STANLEY No. 78 rabbet IOB. Mint in original box with no labels original instructions and paper. Mint BWH116 45 90 photo
6603-160 6603-160 English STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scraper IOB. Mint in original box with yellow label original paper and instructions. Mint BWH122 40 80 photo
6603-161 6603-161 SIMPSON MACHINE TOOL adjustable mortise marking gauge IOB. Simpson Machine Tool Co. which appears to be no longer in existence was a small operation started by Dave Simpson out of Gettysburg PA. This is a double sided marking gauge out of brass and what looks like laminated veneer. Brass has a little tarnish in places otherwise looks unused. Includes small allen wrench to tighen head and instructions. Box ok. Good plus BWH120 30 60 photo
6603-162 6603-162 STANLEY No. 271 miniature router IOB. American version tool near fine with intact nickel. Box is very worn and dirty but intact Type 6 label just barely legible. Good plus REW1609 45 90 photo
6603-163 6603-163 PAUL HAMLER chairmakers shave. 10 inch long rosewood body with brass sole engraved with -Hamler Tools.- A few small spots of rust on blued blade stands between it and Mint. Includes instructions. Postal mailing box -not included- indicates this was bought directly from Paul in September 2011. Fine RML219 60 120 photo
6603-164 6603-164 STANLEY 150th anniversary pocket tape IOB. Mint with instructions included. Mint BWH125 50 100 photo
6603-165 6603-165 ABER PERFECTED saw set IOB. Made just down the road from Fine Tool Journal by the ABER MANUFACTURING CO. in Saint Joseph MI but about 100 years earlier than our existence here. Box label shows patent date of 4-24-17 label is about 60 percent there but what is missing reveals it was originally a cigar box repurposed with Aber label affixed on outside and tin sliding lid. Tool in excellent condition with very little wear or rust. Fine PRK165 60 120 photo
6603-166 6603-166 ELITE boys tool chest. 12 inch x 6 inch x 4- one half inch jointed corner box with 90 percent of original label inside depicting boys constructing a chicken coop. 9 tools and a couple wood blocks inside a few tools may be original. Some scuffs to outside of box no latch. Good RBN37 35 70 photo
6603-167 6603-167 Lot of two boys tool chests. An ELITE TOOL CHEST FOR BOYS looks like originally was No. 420 but that was blackened out and the number 435 is stamped on label to the side. 10 inch x 5 inch x 2-12 inch box outside has been restained but label inside 99 percent complete and depicts boys constructing rowboat. The other is a 10- one half inch x 5 inch x 2 inch EXCELSIOR TOOL CHEST with 75 percent label on the inside. Both have dovetailed corners some wear to wood and have small tools inside ranging from wooden mallet to hatchet- some tools likely not original. Good RBN31 34 50 100 photo
6603-168 6603-168 Lot of three OHIO ART CO. Busy-Boy tool chests. Two manufactured as having -safe vinyl tools- but only one has tools inside - 5 red and green vinyl tools are gently used with a little chewing on a couple. Plus one that seems to pre-date the vinyl tools as no mention of them on the outside art inside are 12 tools which may be original. Inside of lid describes various types of wood joints and types of woods. Outsides of tin boxes have a few scuffs but overall in ok condition. Good RBN290 295 296 50 100 photo
6603-169 6603-169 RECORD T5 jack plane. Designed for heavy use or by beginners it employs a side handle and higher cheeks to assist in operations. This one shows some use but plenty of life left. Tote knob and handle have moderate wear surface rust on body japanning ok but somone painted yellow part of the bed at the heel lever cap has most of its plating cutter sharp. Good PLH465 40 80 photo
6603-170 6603-170 Lot of three STANLEY planes. A No. 78 duplex rabbet later type with dark blue japanning all parts there looks like a casting flaw at the base of the handle and splotch of paint on body near toe otherwise clean. A No. 181 rabbet semicircle mark on cutter and fishscale handle japanning 65 percent and some discoloration on metal miniscule chip in cutter. And a No. 194 fibreboard beveler no blade japanning 85 percent and light wear to tote particularly on one side spot or two of rust. Good and better RSR115 130 141 40 80 photo
6603-171 6603-171 UNION No. 3 bench plane. Japanning 90 percent and I do not think it is repainted. Some gunk and paint buildup in front of throat small chips on end of tote properly marked cutter some small spots of rust. Good BSR724 30 60 photo
6603-172 6603-172 STANLEY No. 40- one half scrub plane. Beech tote and knob third sweetheart on cutter japanning looks original and 80 percent there. Some light scratching on knob and tote chip out of side of top of tote tiny splotch of green paint on one cheek two miniscule chips in throat. Good plus RSR72 60 120 photo
6603-173 6603-173 STANLEY No. 193 fibre board plane. Body clean with 90 percent japaning and a few dings on wood. Has attachments 1A 2 3 4 and 5 plus two cutters and long rods. Good RSR35 30 60 photo
6603-174 6603-174 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane IOB. Looks to be a Type 1 with two patent dates on skate tall chestnut box with sliding lid has no label and has been relacquered. Some chips in one bottom corner and in lid groove at top a few dings. Plane has no cam rest and missing one fence screw but it looks like everything else is there including screwdriver. Wood on one handle has split and repaired with cloth tape. Nickel plating 80 percent small crack in wood at base of tote couple small chips in rosewood fences. Has four cutter sets in original boxes labels 70-85 percent blades look to be all there but do not quote me on it. Good NHF249 400 800 photo
6603-175 6603-175 STANLEY No. 46 combination plane. Type 10 or 11 missing slitter nickel plating 90 percent few chips on horns of tote fence and knob have light wear has one set of 12 cutters in plain wood box with ink stamped -One Set Cutters.- Good OVR148 40 80 photo
6603-176 6603-176 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 3 no long rods but has short rods depth stops and slitter. Japanning 50 percent wood good except for a few chips at base of knob and tote. Has one cutter set in black stained box and no label. In user made wooden storage box. Good BHR318 75 150 photo
6603-177 6603-177 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 3 or 4 short rods and one depth stop only missing front depth stop screw and fence screws -one is replacement thumbscrew-. Chip at base of knob and crack in tote with chips at tip. Traces of japanning. In user made wooden storage box. Good- BHR142 40 80 photo
6603-178 6603-178 SARGENT No. 1080 combination plane. Has 21 cutters in cloth roll plus one in the plane cutters mostly clean with a spot or two of mild pitting. Has only long rods but one short rod is in cloth roll too. Also has tattered original instructions with taped parts and one part of front page missing. Very small chips to tip of tote some wear and crackling of lacquer knob has some dings. Rosewood fence has light groove on inside otherwise ok. A few spots of light rust. Good COL219 50 100 photo
6603-179 6603-179 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 8 long rods and one cutter only has both depth stops but no slitter someone has repainted all but bottom strip of fence with silver paint. Rosewood fence has chip off end and crack through it tote has wear but ok. Missing knob. Good- NHN192 30 60 photo
6603-180 6603-180 SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plane. Later type with the church key blade lock and fence with rosewood strip and "No. 2" casting knurled brass thumbscrews. Figure 110 in PTAMPA I. 70 percent nickel mild wear on beech tote some chips on rosewood one cutter. Good JRI25 40 80 photo
6603-181 6603-181 SIEGLEY No. 2 combination plane. Later type with the church key blade lock and fence with rosewood strip "No. 2" casting on frame for rosewood fence and -Siegley- cast on side handle similar to Figure 110 in PTAMPA I but with flat locking fence thumbscrews. 75 percent nickel japanned on inside area of body that attaches to fruitwood tote tote has a splotch of paint otherwise in good condition short rods and one cutter. Good JRI27 40 80 photo
6603-182 6603-182 STANLEY No. 46 combination plane. Type 10 or 11 70 percent nickel plating and some light rust knob and tote have light wear chip from bottom horn of tote. Rosewood fence only has very mild chipping on one corner. One cutter. Good JRI107 30 60 photo
6603-183 6603-183 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 42 plane. Type 6 missing second depth stop but has slitter and front depth stop. No filletster fence and non-filletster fence is from a Type 7. Fence rods skate as well as three-eighths inch cutter are extremely pitted. Tote is slightly loose a few dings to gunmetal but generally ok. Good- JRI55555 100 200 photo
6603-184 6603-184 STANLEY Millers Patent No. 43 plane. Type 4 last type with long horn on tote. At some point it was painted silver over top the japanning and about 75 percent remains. Top tote horn has chips on both sides a few small chips on bottom of tote. A couple dings to brass parts surface rust in some areas. Has five-eighths inch cutter. Good DOR86 100 200 photo
6603-185 6603-185 STANLEY No. 41 Millers Patent plane. Type 9 has both fences two depth stops but no slitter japanning 50 percent has extra cutter handle has light wear to lacquer. A few spots of light rust and a tiny spot of white paint. Good DCR297 150 300 photo
6603-186 6603-186 STANLEY No. 43 Millers Patent plane. Type 9 nickel plating 80 percent. Tip of tote missing and rounded over crack in wood near top nail. Fence has two holes drilled through on either end initials stamped above cutter in body. Sweetheart mark on skate. Good DOR87 75 150 photo
6603-187 6603-187 Lot of seven block planes. A STANLEY No. 9- one-fourth Type 21 japanning 80 percent notched rectangle blade needs sharpening. STANLEY No. 120 Type 2A with six pointed star with hole lever cap lightly worn hole drilled in sole near heel. A UNION No. 102 repainted. One similar to a STANLEY 102 with the hole in the lever cap that looks decorative. A sweetheart era No. 9- one half very clean with a few spots of rust on the lever cap. A No. 220 with japanning worn on knuckle cap. And an unmarked one that looks like a 110 body painted white at some point rusty front knob loose lever cap has 70 percent japanning. Good- and better LBD414 417 419 420 442 445 1001 40 80 photo
6603-188 6603-188 Lot of five block planes with original decals. Three STANLEYs including a No. 110 No. 118 a Handyman and a Defiance. All with full or majority of decal Defiance has most wear to japanning at 70 percent a few have wear on knobs. And a BELKNAP BLUEGRASS with bakelite knob with light wear japanning 80 percent. Good FNK314 324 343 344 370 30 60 photo
6603-189 6603-189 Lot of three tools. A STANLEY No. 98 side rabbet plane nickel plating gone Type 1 with patent date slightly overstamped. Unmarked cutter chipped at end knob has mild dinging some pitting to metal in a few areas. Plus two bullnose rabbet planes a No. 75 by STANLEY and a No. 4 by MILLERS FALLS. Japanning nearly gone on the Stanley about 65 percent on the MF. Notched rectangle mark on Stanley and good cutter MF has small chips in cutter edge. Both have surface rust. Good HAN 40 80 photo
6603-190 6603-190 Lot of two instrument makers planes. Cast brass body with flat sole 2 inch long boxwood handle throat has steel soldered to front. And a 1 inch coffin shaped smoother with -IBEX- cast into lever cap. Good plus CLA482 483 50 100 photo
6603-191 6603-191 Lot of two STANLEY tools. A No. 202 bench dog used to anchor a work piece to work bench these have Schades 11-30-09 patent and were made from 1911-1929. No japanning a few spots of surface rust. And a No. 101 miniature block plane with black and red japanning 95 percent notched rectangle on cutter. Good and better LBD518 592 35 70 photo
6603-192 6603-192 STANLEY No. 98 and 99 set of side rabbet planes. Type 1. The No. 98 is in better shape with minimal nickel loss and small chip at end of rusty cutter hairline crack in knob. The No. 99 has about 50 percent nickel rusty T mark on cutter knob has dinging. B casting mark on both. Good VIN284 60 120 photo
6603-193 6603-193 Lot of two UNION block planes. A No. 100 tailed number cast in bed japanning 60 percent. And a No. 101 unmarked but see PTAMPIA 1 page 311. Blade has partial union mark under lever cap japanning nearly complete. Good VTO18 20 35 70 photo
6603-194 6603-194 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Made in USA fenced version. Notched rectangle mark on both blades. Very clean with only a few small spots of rust nickel plating near complete. Good BAS102 30 60 photo
6603-195 6603-195 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet. Type 1 without fence- moderate nickel loss but no flaking- both cutters have sweetheart marks. Good plus REW1161 50 120 photo
6603-196 *6603-196 Lot of three STANLEY transitional planes. Two No. 27s one a Type 12 with a SIEGLEY cutter and other has late style lateral and frog but has Type 6 Bailey stamp on brass knob and Bailey stamp on chip breaker. Wood worn and water damaged on both more severe on the latter which has a replaced sole that isalso heavily damaged and tote in rough shape. Plus a No. 127 Liberty Bell chip at end of tote japanning mostly there some staining to knob especially otherwise ok. Poor and better MRA29 30 31 20 40 photo
6603-197 *6603-197 Lot of two No. 35 transitional planes. One by UPSON NUT CO. cutter rusty and can not make out a mark edge has chips wood has staining and dings japanning 80 percent. And a STANLEY Type 11 or 12 with WINCHESTER lever cap a few splotches of paint light rust tote cracked and worn japanning 80 percent. Good- MRA32 33 20 40 photo
6603-198 *6603-198 Lot of two horned planes. 9- one half inch long one with 2 inch repurposed STANLEY cutter might be made of maple decorative beading on cheeks number 2 and dings on heel horn has chip on edge. Staining on body and a screw hold in front near toe. And a smaller one that looks to be made from oak with 1- one-fourth inch MOULSON cutter horn short and attached with flat head screw a few stains. Good ESY71 25 50 photo
6603-199 *6603-199 Wood tap. 5 inch x 2 inch body with 2 inch handles unmarked other than number 8 but nicely made some staining on base has 1 inch wood screw. Good HAN588 20 40 photo
6603-200 *6603-200 KEEN KUTTER K27 transitional plane. Tote and corners have mild wear japanning 80 percent. Knob has glued crack throat has been narrowed. No blade - add one and you are in business. Fair VTD252 15 30 photo
6603-201 6603-201 Lot of three coffin planes. Two by ISRAEL WHITE a square bodied one with a B mark -1 star- 7 inch sole and other is traditional coffin shape 7- one half inch sole with stamp similar to the B mark but no stars on either side of PHILADA. Both look to be made of beech square one has 2 inch MOTTRAM cutter wedge broken at bottom and the other has 2 inch STANLEY cutter. Both have some wear and staining. Plus a boxwood one marked only with user name 2 inch BUTCHER cutter 8 inch compassed sole a few checks in body and dings at heel small chip in throat. Good ESY67 35 70 photo
6603-202 *6603-202 Lot of two planes. A coffin plane marked R. Goff at toe which could be user 8 inch long sole beech 1- three-fourths inch wide blade made by UNDERHILL AXE CO. Plane has multiple large checks in body area in front of throat replaced long ago and shows much use some light rust on cutter. And a horn plane with 7 inch sole with 1-three-eighths inch cutter that isonly marked with the number 6 a couple times. Wear and staining to wood a few checks. Good MRA42 135 20 40 photo
6603-203 *6603-203 ENSENORE WORKS coffin plane. Ensenore Works was a brand of the Owasco Tool Co. and this one has the A mark -1 star- and 2- one-fourth inch AUBURN cutter. Tight checks in body and some staining edge sharp. Good JPR31 20 40 photo
6603-204 *6603-204 E.T. BURROWES CO. molding plane. Simple three-eighths inch hollow plane by the Portland ME manufacturers stamped on thin board nailed to one side is -Use this tool for fitting Burrowes patent sliding screens- and -if screens do not run easily groove out the shallow a little with this plane.- Writing 99 percent complete and plane in very nice shape. Good plus ESY90 25 50 photo
6603-205 *6603-205 Lot of two molding planes. A decoratively carved Dutch seven-eighths inch round by J NOOITGEDAGT with the -J.N- mark underneath a crown a few stains on beech body. And a P. CHAPIN -B mark- that cuts 1- one half inch ogee bevel boxing missing behind blade on one side some wear to wood. Good- and better COL220 223 25 50 photo
6603-206 6603-206 IOHN GREEN molding plane. Somewhat rare mark from Iohn -John- Green who worked in York England from 1768-1808. Cuts a one half inch round. Some wear and staining from age otherwise a nice example. Good NHF271 30 60 photo
6603-207 *6603-207 SARGENT nosing plane. Double irons cut 1- one half inch half circle typically used for the nose of stair treads. Clean with light use some wear at toe. Good DOR 25 50 photo
6603-208 *6603-208 J. COLTON molding plane. B mark cuts 1- one half inch ogee bevel with double irons. Boxing missing in front of bevel iron a few cracks in remaining boxing. Irons sharp body has age checks but clean. Good- HMS27 25 50 photo
6603-209 6603-209 BIGELOW and BARRUS hollow and round pair. A1 marks -3 stars- cuts three-fourths inch bodies clean with only a few scuffs. Cutters have some light pitting spots but edges sharp. Good plus WCS33 45 90 photo
6603-210 6603-210 WM WOODWARD adjustable sash plane. A mark -2 stars- with thumbscrews through bottom of body to adjust pegs through top. Wedges slightly chewed some light staining on body screws have a couple chips on threads user initials on toe. Good HAN320 30 60 photo
6603-211 6603-211 Lot of beading planes. 17 total mix of center beads and side beads in variety of widths. Almost all boxed many fully with 6 having hammerhead boxing. Planes in a mix of conditions many have cracked or loose boxing checks in body wear and staining most cutters ok some wedges chewed. Makers include 2 by PARKER HUBBARD and CO -2 star mark- 1 by AUBURN 2 by J. DENISON -2 star mark- 1 by A and E BALDWIN 1 by SANDUSKY 2 by CONWAY TOOL 1 by H.L. JAMES 1 by H. CHAPIN 1 by GREENFIELD 1 by ISRAEL O. BEATTIE -2 star mark- 1 by WARNER and DRIGGS -2 star mark- 1 by ROWELL and GIBSON 1 by E and T RING and CO and 1 by J. GIBSON. Various HMS26 100 200 photo
6603-212 6603-212 Lot of hollows and rounds. 19 total. 11 are AUBURN TOOL marked No. 180 on heels three are sets 8 10 and 16. 16 round has large check through back heel others have wear and staining. And the rest are four hollows 2 4 6 8 and one round 18. Plus seven hollows and rounds not pairs of various makers including J. GIBSON GREENFIELD HOWLAND SANDUSKY -no cutter- and OWASCO. All in decent condition with some light wear or stains. And we are throwing in some sort of handmade specialized plane that looks like a compassed sole coachmakers rabbet but cuts a bead. Good- and better HMS29 75 150 photo
6603-213 6603-213 Lot of three BRIDGEPORT crate opener hatchets. One marked Matchless and the other Shinola both state Pat Appl For. Matchless has full wood handle also marked -Bakers Coconut - Shinola has partial wood handle. Plus a No. 121 also with partial wood handle with some staining. All have some rust and dinging. Good SCK56 61 67 40 80 photo
6603-214 6603-214 Lot of three broad hatchets. Roughly 4 inch edges. One marked OVB and other two unmarked. All have some rust one unmarked is pitted with nice handle other handles have wear. Good SCK51 57 72 30 60 photo
6603-215 6603-215 Stirrup adze. Unmarked looks like it has a laid-on edge. Burl handle is old and has some chips and stains- blade has some surface rust but is intact. Good example of a primitive tool. Good HAN569 30 60 photo
6603-216 *6603-216 Lot of two edge tools. A drawknife by DOUGLASS MFG CO. with 9 inch curved edge sharp fixed handles highly worn blade pitted but has plenty of life left. Plus a STANLEY No. 85 spokeshave some spots of rust and worn handle with user initials. Good MRA15 136 25 50 photo
6603-217 6603-217 Lot of two hand machetes. Also called sugar cane knives. Both German made one with JPA TIGER medallion in handle and other has more round shape and marked on blade WandB with two machetes crossed logo. Tiger blade sharp WandB has a few chips. Both handles have some wear but ok. WandB handle also has copper wire wrapped around it looks manufactured that way. Different. Good HAN315 40 80 photo
6603-218 6603-218 Slaters ripper. For replacing slate shingles reaches under the old slate to break the nails and release the slate. 25" long overall with metal handle unmarked with pitting. Good HAN543 40 80 photo
6603-219 6603-219 WM. BEATTY and SON hatchet. Cow mark on head which has some dinging but overall clean with good 3 inch edge. Handle has a few checks and light wear. Good VTO87 40 80 photo
6603-220 6603-220 Lot of three drawknives. 8 inch WITHERBY 9 inch PECK STOW and WILCOX and 14 inch WINSTED EDGE TOOL WORKS. Witherby has adjustable handles other two are fixed. Winsted has most rust and wear on handles other two moderate wear and light rust. Good HAN542 40 80 photo
6603-221 *6603-221 Scorp. Unmarked 4- one half inch edge could use a little honing some pitting brass ferrules on handles ok handles have some wear and a few cracks. Good HAN567 20 40 photo
6603-222 6603-222 E.W. WALKER and CO. hand adze. Cast with name and -No. 2.- Maker may be a farm implement company out of Goshen IN in the late 1800s but this is the first mark I have seen. 3 inch edge has a few tiny chips with long hammer poll at other end traces of japanning short 7 inch handle with wear. Good ACS60 40 80 photo
6603-223 6603-223 Lot of two adzes. A fairly clean one by PLUMB with plain square mark 4- one half inch edge 31 inch handle with a few chips near head a couple dings near mark. And one with moderate rust on head 5 inch edge still rather sharp 25 inch handle has crack at end otherwise ok. Looks to be marked -Rodgers- which were manufacturers of railroad adzes in the turn of the century. Good HAN586 40 80 photo
6603-224 6603-224 Lot of two axes. A double bit 5 inch edges looks modern unmarked except for letter W or M cast on one side black paint on head about 70 percent. And a single bit also looks relatively modern red painted head is unmarked also 5 inch edge has some pitting. Both with decent 32 inch handles single bit one is painted blue at end. Good JPR350 351 30 60 photo
6603-225 *6603-225 Carpenters adze. Unmarked 4 inch edge could use a cleaning and has some light rust 28 inch handle has some inactive worm. Plus throwing in an extra 36 inch handle that has a few stains otherwise ok. Good JPR354 355 25 50 photo
6603-226 6603-226 GIFFORD-WOOD CO. No. 611 ice axe. 3 inch slightly rounded edge with 3 inch long spike poll on other end clearly marked. Gifford-Wood made a variety of ice-related tools. Metal pretty clean with a couple small dings 25 inch handle has a few chips near head but ok. Good plus HAN587 40 80 photo
6603-227 *6603-227 Axe. Single 4 inch edge sharp some pitting unmarked. 22 inch handle has been relacquered has either wear spot or grip groove created some circular stamps in wood. Good HMS30 20 40 photo
6603-228 6603-228 Lot of PECK STOW and WILCOX chisels in canvass roll. 12 bevel edge chisels total from 2 inch to one-eighths inch. About half have the PSandW mark all are socket chisels with minty matching handles and look never used. All have spots of surface rust likely from storage but clean that up and it is a darn nice set. Good plus HAN 125 250 photo
6603-229 6603-229 T.H. WITHERBY socket chisel set IOB. Box originally held set of 12 from 2 inch to one-eighths inch and this one has all but the five-eighths inch. Plus has KEEN KUTTER one half inch mortise chisel and JAMES SWAN seven-eighths inch chisel in there too both missing handles as well as the three-fourths inch Witherby missing handle. All the rest have a variety of handle types but most look the same one has large chip rest have variety of wear. Nice green label on inside lid of box about 85 percent there with light wear around edges outside side label 70 percent. Box has light wear. Chisel blades have some light rust but nothing major and most still nice and shiny and look barely used. Good plus NHF411 200 400 photo
6603-230 6603-230 Lot of three chisels. 2 inch one by JAMES SWAN with light pitting but edge good handle has chip at end near ferrule otherwise nice. And two more by BUCK BROS. one is a 1- one-fourth inch nice edge a few dings to body of blade handle ok. Other is three-fourths inch with some surface rust and ok handle. Good DOR205 50 100 photo
6603-231 6603-231 Lot of six chisels and gouges. 3 gouges one half inch and 1 inch by KEEN KUTTER and five-eighths inch by BUCK BROS. all fairly clean with good edges. And an unmarked 1- three-fourths inch chisel with large decoratively carved handle and iron ferrule ding in body- seven-eighths inch and one half inch chisels by J. BEATTY seven-eighths inch has some pitting and brass ferrule at end of ok handle one half inch has some wear on handle small chip in side edge but carving edge good. Good VTO81 60 120 photo
6603-232 *6603-232 Lot of three STANLEY levels. A 18 inch No. 00 with sweetheart mark 28 inch No. 3 stamped -Genuine Cherry- on side and 12 inch No. 104. All have some dinging and wear No. 3 and 104 both have hangholes No. 00 most worn out of them all but has traces of some sort of decal. All vials ok No. 3 top one looks replaced. Good- and better JPR81 82 83 25 50 photo
6603-233 6603-233 Lot of three wooden levels. Two No. 1s by STRATTON BROS. 24 inch rosewood and 26 inch mahogany. 24 inch has some warping of top brass plate some dinging. 26 inch has one replaced vial one or two dings some light tarnish. And a 26 inch No. 3 with H.S.B. and Co. OVB mark some paint splatters and staining on body brass tarnished and top plate has slight bend on one side one vial dry. Good- and better MRA2 3 5 30 60 photo
6603-234 6603-234 Lot of two wooden levels. An unbound mahogany level by STRATTON BROS. 30 inch brass tips and distinctive Stratton sidelights level vial replaced a few dings in wood. And a super clean GOODELL-PRATT NO. 4326 fully brass bound 90 percent decal both vials original and wet. Good and better REW286 295 50 100 photo
6603-235 *6603-235 STRATTON BROS No. 1 level. 24 inch fully brassbound mahogany both vials intact and look original. Brass has tarnished and wood has quite a bit of staining and wear to lacquer. Good- HAN559 15 30 photo
6603-236 6603-236 R-D COMPANY Anglevel IOB. Marked -Patent Pending - maker is out of Flint MI. Aluminum frame level with yellow plastic front dial in center with red pointer inside to determine angle and top and side double levels on either end. Looks mint in veneer edged wood box with dark stain and brass hinges some wear and corner of veneer missing. have not seen many much less in box. Mint NHF364 35 70 photo
6603-237 6603-237 RABONE sighting level. 8 inch rosewood body with brass ends and front plate side level clearly Rabone but not marked. Some light rust on screws and top level vial dry but side one ok. Wood and brass both good. Good EMN5 30 60 photo
6603-238 6603-238 P.H.VOGEL aluminum level. Patented in 1919 and sold for a short period by the Vogel company of New Britain which was sold to Chapin-Stephens and ultimately acquired by Stanley. The ones with the original Vogel mark are rarest which this one has. 18 inch aluminum frame similar to Figure 13-12 on pg. 199 of Rosebrooks -American Levels- book but this one is missing a side level other two are ok. Japanning 70 percent some dinging but otherwise in nice condition. Good PRK141 40 80 photo
6603-239 6603-239 GOODELL-PRATT No. 4524 brassbound level. 24 inch mahogany stock with only minor dinging slight tarnish to some brass all vials wet. A good example of one of GPs most attractive levels. User initials stamped on one side. Good DSD69 30 60 photo
6603-240 6603-240 Lot of two razee jack planes. Both unmarked one has rosewood body and other looks to be carved from burl. Rosewood one has boxwood wedge and tote tote has tip missing and 2 inch MOULSON cutter. Replaced area on sole in front of throat has split at the screw some scratching to body. Burl one also has 2 inch MOULSON cutter a few large chips to body and tip of tote small spots of staining on cheeks. Good- CRT171 172 30 60 photo
6603-241 *6603-241 J. COLTON jack rabbet plane. 2 star mark 17 inch long with open handle and sharp 1- three-fourths inch skew cutter. Double nickers. Small hole in one cheek chewing on wedge and chip off end of tote. Small chips in throat age checks particularly around escapement. Marked 1-five-eighths on heel. Good NPL2 25 50 photo
6603-242 *6603-242 Rosewood razee fore plane. 21 and and half inches long. Tote and throat have a few small chips and a few dings and overall ok but may have been reglued into body. Age checks throughout body user name on toe and unfortunately it needs a 2 inch cutter. Good BKF169 25 50 photo
6603-243 6603-243 CONWAY TOOL CO. standing filletster. 2 inch DWIGHTS FRENCH skew cutter with integral fence nicker 16 inch long toted beech body. Overall clean with a few small chips at throat. Good plus GAN5455 35 70 photo
6603-244 6603-244 GREENSLADE badger plane. Popular in England the badger plane has the ability to cut a deep rabbet with its skewed edge but longer jack plane size. This one is 18- one half inch long with a 3 inch HOWARTH cutter tote worn at end a few checks stains and scratches in beech body. There is a crack in the cheek where the blade peeks out which is a common occurance and repair on badger planes. On top in front of the throat is stamped -Cast Steel Iron Warranted- and in front of tote are some more age checks. Good GAN5454 30 60 photo
6603-245 6603-245 Lot of two razee jointer planes. A 22 inch by D.R. BARTON with large oval mark. Some dinging and age checks particularly in front part of body wear on the wedge but sharp 2- one half inch cutter and in overall decent condition. And another 22 inch one with shorter body mark is faint on one side but looks like J.R. TOLMAN -2 stars- some chewing on top part of toe wedge and tote. 2 inch cutter sharp insert in front of throat cutter is marked but I can not make it out. Good- and better SSA245 251 30 60 photo
6603-246 6603-246 Lot of three transitional planes. A 24 inch STANLEY No. 31 Type 10 toe chewed cutter rusty. A 15 inch SIEGLEY with top of tote chipped off some staining to body. And a 18 inch STANLEY No. 28 with sweetheart cutter and Bailey cast around knob some light rust on cutter tote has repaired crack light wear and staining on wood. All have scratches to sole. Good- and better SSA236 252 253 30 60 photo
6603-247 6603-247 SCIOTO WORKS jointer plane. 22 inch long beech body stained dark 2- one half inch OHIO TOOL cutter some light paint flecks on majority body tote has light wear on top and slightly loose at base but no major damage somewhat long check in body behind tote a few other smaller ones elsewhere. What makes this jointer unique is a rather long stamped message on one cheek that says -Bought By John D. Schick before 1880 Peru Ills -to- son John H. Chicago May 1906.- Good NPL14 30 60 photo
6603-248 6603-248 Lot of two bench planes IOB. A RECORD 04 mint with traces of original protective coating on cheeks and sole. Box damaged on one end otherwise ok. And an ANANT A10 rabbet plane also mint in a slightly damaged box. Mint BWH117 118 60 120 photo
6603-249 6603-249 English STANLEY No. 4 IOB. Mint contractor grade 12-904 plane with original instructions. Some writing on inside flap of box otherwise like new. Mint BWH121 40 80 photo
6603-250 6603-250 STANLEY DEFIANCE No. 1203 bench plane IOB. Plane is near mint except for a few tiny spots of rust on toe in box with original paper box has complete label with a bit of writing staining on a few areas of the box but seams all good with no major damage. Fine OVR105 30 60 photo
6603-251 6603-251 Lot of three English STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 271 miniature router a No. 75 and No. 90 bullnose rabbet planes. All near mint in original boxes with paper. No. 75 is contractor grade. Boxes clean and undamaged. Fine BWH112 113 119 40 80 photo
6603-252 6603-252 STANLEY No. 192 rabbet plane IOB. Plane looks unused with only slight wear to japanning on one side of handle and slight loss of nickel plating on screw cap. Box and cutter both have notched rectangle marks box has some wear and staining label 95 percent lid has a couple split seams and a water stain. Good plus RBN270 50 100 photo
6603-253 6603-253 Lot of two block planes IOB. A STANLEY No. 110 later type with decal on lever cap slightly skewed looks barely used with a small splotch of white paint on frog and some spots of light surface rust on sole box has staining and $3.98 price on side has original store tag in box with some rust on it. And a DUNLAP 3185 near mint except for one tiny chip at toe box has one small hole in rear lid label ok Good plus and better RBN276 353 30 60 photo
6603-254 6603-254 English STANLEY No. 71 router. Mint complete with all parts including instruction and store tag box good label has scuff in top corner. Mint RSR8 50 100 photo
6603-255 6603-255 Lot of two No. 8 sized jointer planes. A UNION No. X8 with vertical post cutter marked Union Tool Co. New Britain CT. Japanning 90 percent name and patent date cast behind tote knob has some dings and tote has chip in one side near top a couple small areas of surface rust. And an OHIO TOOL No. 329 with Thistle Brand cutter japanning 70 percent knob stamped with number 12 and handle stamped -Pattern Lab 6P8.2.- Has chip out of front corner cheek knob and tote have mild wear a few spots of surface rust. Good and better VTO15 17 125 250 photo
6603-256 6603-256 Lot of two No. 4 sized planes. One by BRIDGE TOOL CO. made by Stanley with Bridge mark on cutter plain lever cap corrugated sole chip at tip of tote and a little loose at base some dings on knob japanning 85 percent. And a slightly wider one by SARGENT VBM No. 409 light wear to wood japanning 90 percent overall clean. Good plus VTO30 46 40 80 photo
6603-257 6603-257 Lot of three STANLEY aluminum totes. 3- one-fourth inch long bases notched rectangle mark and -Made in USA- on either side some light wear and one looks milled at top two have S casting marks. Good BSR136 30 60 photo
6603-258 6603-258 STANLEY No. 11 beltmakers plane. Type 1 with removeable frog cutter has faint 1892 patent date mark japanning retouched very light pitting at top of blade handles have light wear good throat. Good LHD68 100 200 photo
6603-259 6603-259 STANLEY No. 12- one half veneer scraper. Later type with Stanley Rule and Level on cap screw block letter mark on cutter japanning touched up handle has a few dings but overall good. Rosewood sole has some scratching and one small chip at toe throat has been widened to 1- one-fourth inch no poke-through. Good SAN258 40 80 photo
6603-260 6603-260 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Type 1 with 1916 patent date on cutter plain cap screw japanning 85 percent has both nickers a few spots of rust but nothing major. Unfortunately no depth stop and has fence from No. 78. Good- SAN261 40 80 photo
6603-261 6603-261 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Type 1 with no number cast into sole L Bailey patent date cast into rear screw japanning 90 percent handle ends are somewhat more pointed than usual no cutter. Plus extra veneer scraper handle but not for this model of No. 12 as screw holes are too close together some wear arond base of holes otherwise nice. Good RML216 210 50 100 photo
6603-262 6603-262 Lot of two UNION bench planes. A No. 4C size with traces of japanning a few chips and dings in wood which looks relacquered crack in tote. And a No. 5C size japanning 90 percent some light paint flecks at heel a few chips in end of tote and also a reglued crack hanghole at toe. Light spots of surface rust on both. Good BSR313 314 30 60 photo
6603-263 6603-263 STANLEY A5 aluminum jack plane. Tall knob notched rectangle mark on cutter plating on cap 95 percent tote has a few chips at end and flakes in lacquer yellow japanning in notched rectangle mark on lever cap almost complete some scratches and dinging in body as they were prone to have. A few spots of rust at top of cutter hairline crack at base of knob. Good BSR620 60 120 photo
6603-264 6603-264 Lot of two BIRMINGHAM PLANE CO. bench planes. George Mosher was a Stanley employee who ripped off the basic Bailey design changed it just enough to get his own patent and started the Birmingham Plane Co. which became better known for its T-shaped rabbet planes. These are No. 3 and No. 4 size planes and these so-called -B Planes- marked with -B Plane Co- and the patent date were manufactured only for a couple of years and are fairly uncommon. Both have B. Plane patent marks on cutters No. 3 has twisted end lateral adjuster where No. 4 is straight wear and chips off end of totes knobs have light dinging japanning 85 percent on both some black gunk on side of frog and blade on the No. 3 size that can probably be cleaned off scratching and spots of light pitting on some of the body. Good and better BSR631 110 220 photo
6603-265 6603-265 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS No. 9 planes. Equivalent to the Stanley No. 4. One has replacent lever cap and properly marked cutter is stamped with number 14 twice a few dings to body tote and knob have lacquer worn off. Other has proper lever cap with nearly complete nickel plating but red japanning missing from mark marked cutter has some light surface rust some spots of white paint on bed light wear to wood. Both have japanning retouched. Good BSR174 175 30 60 photo
6603-266 6603-266 STANLEY No. 87 scraper plane. Rarest of the Stanley scrapers with the non-tilting handles and no side escapement. This one has 90 percent japanning tote is a little loose and a little gunk on one side of handle from what looks like a sticker also has small ding or reglued chip near base. Cutter slightly rusty and has vee mark a couple tight cracks at base of knob some wear at tip of tote. Has small chip in sole at toe nickel plating on screwcap 70 percent. Good RML220 300 500 photo
6603-267 6603-267 STANLEY No. 10- one half carriagemakers rabbet plane. Type 1 with adjustable throat and washer under knob S casting mark behind frog. Tote reglued in middle and chips off end of tip a few small dings and hairline crack at base of knob some pitting to metal especially on sole at toe one cheek has two letter V carved into it near heel. Tiny chip in corner of cutter. Good LHD67 120 240 photo
6603-268 6603-268 STANLEY No. 104 Liberty Bell smoothing plane. Type 1 with patent date cutter and 10-5-75 patent date on cheek decorative cap screw. Japanning 80 percent some discoloration on blade sole has a few tiny spots of pitting tote and knob ok except for small crack at base of knob. A few small dings in cheeks. Good LHD69 100 200 photo
6603-269 6603-269 SARGENT VBM 722 tilt handle jointer plane. Japanning 70 percent knob has some wear and dings at base tote may be a replacement and has hairline crack in middle a few dings on tip nickel plating on lever cap 90 percent. A few chips at tope of one cheek some light pitting and faint milling marks on sole. Good DOR232 125 250 photo
6603-270 6603-270 SARGENT VBM 722 jointer plane. Tilt handle has some wear and a cracks at base tote unfortunately also cracked in middle and tip has broken off and will need to be reglued. Japanning and plating both 95 percent metal clean with only a few spots of very light rust two long scratches in sole up at the front. Good- DKN 100 200 photo
6603-271 6603-271 Lot of four STANLEY bench planes . Three No. 4 planes one corrugated all with notched rectangle marks on cutters and kidney shaped lever cap holes plating missing on one and mostly there on others. Japanning 70-80 percent knobs have wear one tote looks painted black but others ok. Plus a No. 5- one-fourth japanning 75 percent tote rough with large chips and wear and crack in middle knob ok sweetheart mark on cutter and one patent date behind frog. Rust spots on all. Good- and better MRA146 148 152 153 50 100 photo
6603-272 6603-272 Lot of two STANLEY bench planes. A No. 3 with notched rectangle mark on cutter and lever cap three patent dates behind frog knob and tote have light wear and dinging japanning 90 percent some scratching and surface rust on sole. And a No. 5C Type 11 with T mark on cutter and three patent dates behind frog. Knob and tote have light wear tote has some paint splotches japanning good some rust especially on sole. Good OVR151 40 80 photo
6603-273 6603-273 Lot of two block planes IOB. A SARGENT 307 adjustable throat mostly clean with only a spot or two of rust and japanning 90 percent box ok with 95 percent label and some wear at edges. And a SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. No. 3700 metal clean japanning 95 percent with some wear at top of lever cap a ding and some crackling of lacquer on knob box ok. Good HAN561 30 60 photo
6603-274 6603-274 Lot of three STANLEY No. 3 smoothing planes. Looks like a Type 11 Type 12 and Type 7. All are rusty knobs have dinging. Type 11 has cracked tote and wood at base has large chip japanning ok. Type 12 has good japanning some cracks in knob at base tote has mild chipping. Type 7 has gouges in tote and knob crack in knob tip of tote missing japanning 70 percent. Good- and better BHR347 40 80 photo
6603-275 6603-275 JNO. M. BARKLEY wedge arm plow plane. A mark -2 stars- made of what looks like beech brass tips with a few loose wedges chewed marked with number 3 on heel a few age checks in body cracks and chip in shoulders. Good- ESY83 35 70 photo
6603-276 6603-276 SANDUSKY No. 120 screw arm plow plane. Beech body handled all parts present some light wear and staining from age threads and one outer nut has small chips but no major damage some light rust on skate tote has very light wear. Sandusky cutter. Good ESY86 100 200 photo
6603-277 6603-277 HOLBROOK wedge arm plow plane. Brass tips and thumbscrew arms are graduated in inches to aid in setting fence some age and wear wedges have chewing user names on toe. Good ESY84 45 90 photo
6603-278 6603-278 MATHIESON and SON wedge arm sash filletster. Sole fully boxed brass tips 1- one-fourth inch skewed blade brass depth stop and thumbscrew tote ok. Wedges replaced chips at throat. Good GAN446 40 80 photo
6603-279 *6603-279 User made plow. OHIO TOOL CO. one-fourth inch center bead plane has had a side fence and arms attached through the body and arms locked in place by decorative cast iron thumbscrews at top of body. Unfortunately no cutter. User mark on side. Different. Good ESY89 25 50 photo
6603-280 6603-280 SANDUSKY No. 120 handled plow plane. Beech body screw arm nicely carved nuts and boxed fence. Thumbscrew missing on side but good condition one at top chips on threads a few large and one chip on outer nut. wedge ok with light chewing on one side a few light stains. Good ESY85 40 80 photo
6603-281 *6603-281 Lot of two unhandled planes. A sash filletster by A HOWLAND with skewed 1- three-fourths inch cutter large side escapement like a rabbet has brass depth stop but nicker gone major chipping on threads and one outer nut only half present other cracked. Fence has deep gouge. And a plow that looks like it had a mark at some point but has been ground off large check and crack at base of toe and heel threads have a few chips crack in one outer nut one inner nut missing fence broke off at some point and has repair with screws poking through top pitting on metal and wedge replaced. Poor and better ESY88 91 25 50 photo
6603-282 6603-282 MOSELEY and SON wedge arm plow plane. Unhandled brass church window depth stop brass inlay and caps on arms end of arms have inlaid cross marks with darker wood wedges look like replacements some staining on body from age proper marked cutter. Moderate crack in cheek beneath depth stop. Good- HAN308 35 70 photo
6603-283 *6603-283 Lot of seven GREENFIELD TOOL CO. plow plane blades. All marked some faintly with some surface discoloration or light rust but edges good except for one or two with small chips. Good GRN39 20 40 photo
6603-284 6603-284 Handled screw arm plow plane. Mark too faint to read. Beech body with rosewood handle could be replacement and has tip of tote missing and smoothed out and crack where it meets body. Boxwood nuts nice with minimal wear boxwood shoulders have crack in one threads have a few small chips but no major damage and has boxwood inner fence screwed onto beech one. Repair in body behind one outer nut. Good ESY87 30 60 photo
6603-285 6603-285 IRWIN auger bits IOB. Box with slide out tray missing 3 bits and rest are a mix of IRWIN UPSON MILLERS FALLS etc. Label inside box 95 percent. Box has some light crackling to veneer missing top latch hinges ok with one or two pins missing. Good RML 30 60 photo
6603-286 6603-286 OHIO TOOL CO. patented auger bits IOB. All present 13 total and marked with Ohio Tool Co and -Bailey Bit- with October 22 1889 patent date. Bits clean red paper backing about 50 percent present user name stamped on inside of box outside of box has wear particularly to lid some staining. Very rare set of bits. Good plus VTO86 100 200 photo
6603-287 6603-287 Set of IRWIN auger bits IOB. 13 bits most clean with a few having spots of rust all marked IRWIN. In original box with slideout tray label 99 percent present but has some fading in spots missing both latches hinges ok but a couple pins missing some wear to box and a few stains. Good plus DOR211 40 80 photo
6603-288 6603-288 STANLEY No. 743 breast drill. Near mint with blue gear drive all parts present in original box with brown paper. Unfortunately one side of box missing so no label some dirt on box and light wear. Fine LWN10 40 80 photo
6603-289 6603-289 WILLIAM MARPLES ultimatum brace. Ebony body with brass frame two tight cracks in the grip head has a few small chips and scratches one-third of bone ring missing. Small crack at top shoulder some light tarnish to brass sliding chuck. Good NHF50 150 300 photo
6603-290 6603-290 STANLEY No. 923 bit brace IOB. Brace relatively clean with some light surface rust in a few spots 8 inch sweep on top of a little bit of original brown paper marked -11.95 inch in black pen above the chuck plating has a little tarnish. Box has label similar to Type 9 one split seam on top and bottom parts stain on one corner that also contains about half the label a couple holes in the lid. Good LWN9 50 100 photo
6603-291 6603-291 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS breast drills. A No. 10A with nickel plating 95 percent japanning on gear drive and breast plate about 50 percent handles ok with light wear vial wet good two-jaw chuck. And what looks like a No. 130 handles look like rosewood and one has crack through the length of it filled with glue. Three-jaw chuck ok japanning 50 percent vial wet Good MHT17 50 100 photo
6603-292 6603-292 GOODELL-PRATT No. 20 breast drill. With D-ring handle and intact original leather chest strap. Red-paint well crackled but readable japanning 60 percent strap has some light cracking and wear. Good MHT20 30 60 photo
6603-293 6603-293 Lot of two hand drills. A GOODELL-PRATT No. 259 paint may be touched up on gear drive japanning good orange paint stripe around shaft near handle. Three-jaw chuck needs a little tinkering as one jaw would not move wood ok. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 5 rosewood handle and crank knob side knob looks like red stained hardwood has 10 bits in head. Wood has some wear especially on top of head traces of japanning on body and red paint 65 percent on gear. Good- and better VTD248 40 80 photo
6603-294 6603-294 Lot of two GOODELL-PRATT breast drills. No. 219 with 85 percent paint on gear drive and japanning about the same some wear to wood handle a few spots of rust two-jaw chuck ok. And a No. 246 with about 75 percent red paint on gear shaft japanning 50 percent rust on shaft wood lightly worn three-jaw chuck ok. Good MHT 40 80 photo
6603-295 6603-295 HOUSE patented hollow auger. One of the rarest and most elaborate of the hollow augers patented in 1915 by Samuel House of St. Louis. Intact and functioning with depth stop japanning 90 percent. First I have seen. Good plus PLH54X 80 160 photo
6603-296 *6603-296 STEARNS adjustable hollow auger. Japanning 70 percent rusty but cutter still sharp has depth stop but is also rusty. Good MRA36 25 50 photo
6603-297 6603-297 Adjustable die brace tool. Chucks into a brace and has rotating jaws with four different thread sizes. Marked -Alam- and -Pat. Pending-- I do not know if it was patented but I do not think I have seen another. Good plus PLH53X 50 100 photo
6603-298 6603-298 QUIMBY BACKUS brace wrench adapter. Backus inventive genius serial litigant and Senator from Vermont patented this gadget to convert a bit brace into a wrench in 1879 -although its marked with an 1880 patent date though hard to read-. It was manufactured both with and without a ratchet this one is without which is rarer. Slight nickel loss works smoothly. Good plus PLH193X 80 160 photo
6603-299 6603-299 TAYLOR patent hand-tenoning machine. Patented by Henry Taylor of Rockford in 1911 and manufactured by the Taylor Tenoning Machine Co. Looks like a wheelwrights tool but in fact designed -to form tenons on billiard cues to receive the bone ends to which the leather tips are connected.- Slight nickel loss. Good plus PLH196X 80 160 photo
6603-300 *6603-300 PECK STOW and WILCOX patented tool handle. Patented by Obed Peck on March 20 1888 and marked as such on tool. Consists of wood handle with two cast iron plates with wingnuts and bolts that grip square auger heads. Some staining and wear has 1- one-fourth inch spur auger bit in it. Plus we are throwing in a 48 inch iron auger handle with double-end threaded connector at end and a three-fourths inch spur auger bit screwed in in case you need to drill any holes 4 feet away from you. Good JPR187 353 25 50 photo
6603-301 *6603-301 C.P. CROSSMAN and CO. patented auger handle. 12 inch size nicely turned wooden handles with brass center that is stamped with name and -Patented November 1850.- Some chips in wood and slight tarnish in spots on brass but overall nice. Good HOO20 20 40 photo
6603-302 6603-302 Lot of two small vises. Machinists vise marked only -Pat Applied For- with grease pad in small circular screw-on base and a small japanned bench-mounted one with 1- one half inch jaws marked -Pat June 1885 HandB- that looks barely used. Good plus ESY12 30 60 photo
6603-303 *6603-303 SARGENT saw vise. Cast No. 90 and Sargent on front jaw 95 on back jaw japanning 60 percent surface rust could use a cleaning but looks to be all there. Good MRA17 20 40 photo
6603-304 *6603-304 Tire drill. Primitive looking version unmarked except for -Pat Appl- and likely held in place by vise as no way to attach to a bench square chuck turned by long handle with cracked wood grip. One side of threads flat not sure if that was intentional or is damaged. Heavily covered with rust but I do not see any other visible damage. Good MRA19 20 40 photo
6603-305 *6603-305 O.W. BURRITT and BRO combination clamp and drill. Used by blacksmiths and wheelwrights primarily to drill holes for carriage and tire bolts made by the Weedsport NY company and marked -Patent Applied For- but does not appear to have been granted. Cast iron body approximately 17 inches across with holes in base to affix to bench. Handle rotates brass chuck toward moveable fork at other end. Rusty but could be cleaned up. Good MRA18 25 50 photo
6603-306 6603-306 Lot of four braces. Two by STANLEY- one is a Defiance No. 1250 with some loss of plating wear on head and grip flathead screwdriver bit in chuck 1 inch sweep and the other a No. 945A with 8 inch sweep in better shape but has what looks like a ding or casting flaw on chuck wood looks relacquered name etched on underside of head. Plus two in not as nice shape one marked -Fulton Special- and Goodells No. 488691 patent date on it and a YANKEE No. 2100 both with moderate loss of japanning dings on body and wear to wood. Yankee also has flathead bit in chuck. Good- and better VTD249 50 100 photo
6603-307 6603-307 Armorers brace. Large flat head cast iron has traces of japanning so clearly manufactured but unmarked. 15 inch tall with a 1 inches sweep. Good ACS113 40 80 photo
6603-308 6603-308 Gentlemans ball brace. Thumbscrew locked chuck with auger bit tall carved head and large grip light surface rust. Some staining to wood head tight. Good ACS55 30 60 photo
6603-309 6603-309 MILLERS FALLS No. 502 corner brace. 10 inch sweep in decent condition with slight loss of plating and light rust in spots wear to wood two-jaw chuck good. Good DOR212 40 80 photo
6603-310 6603-310 HEYSINGERs patented cast-iron leather washer cutter. Has about half its japanning and both original thumbscrews blades sharp. Good plus PRK175 40 80 photo
6603-311 6603-311 Lot of two Scottish style hexagonal braces. Both steel. One by MATHIESEN the other unmarked. Mathiesen one is clean with light pitting unfortunately missing brass plug a few chips in underside of head. Other has brass plug moderate surface rust chuck does notappear to work chip in edge of head and a few cracks. Good- and better ACS56 57 60 120 photo
6603-312 6603-312 Lot of three primitive pod braces. Two with spoon bits one with center bit. One has metal spring release for pod others are regular friction fit. A few chips checks and staining but overall decent for age. Good CDE946 1698 1702 30 60 photo
6603-313 6603-313 Lot of three Sheffield style braces. Two plated one by HENRY BROWN and other by TILLOTSON with his unique rotating chuck lock. Tillotson has plain brass button in head and also a crack on one side of head Brown has his eagle mark medallion in head but unmarked chuck. Bodies look like red beech in gently worn overall condition with a few stains and checks. Brown head a little loose with chip in edge crack in body near head. And an unplated one with overstamp that looks like -Arthur Edinburgh.- Brass button missing on head red beech body has user stamps works fine. Good CDE931 1733 50 100 photo
6603-314 6603-314 Lot of three braces. All look to be made of beech. One primitive looking with wide flat head some dinging in body nice patina. An unplated brace with tall carved head and inlay button center bit in chuck with loose pushbutton but still works. And a TILLOTSON plated brace with pushbutton chuck brass button missing pushbutton also a little loose and large chip out of side of head which is a little tight. Some staining on body. Good- and better ESY101 40 80 photo
6603-315 6603-315 Lot of two plated braces. Both beech one by SLATER and other by PARKER and THOMPSON who are better known for their rotating handles on braces which this one unfortunately does not have. Both with pushbutton chucks but PandT has larger iron button instead of the usual brass. Slater missing brass button in head crack in body near head a few dings and age checks. PandT has a couple cracks in head chip near bottom brass plating chuck slightly loose. Good CDE1750 40 80 photo
6603-316 *6603-316 Primitive brace. Very large flat head 4 inch across with short rather square beech body several user names and initials iron ferrule has hairline crack head held on with square nut at end and has old repair to top shoulder with large piece of copper. Good- HAN539 25 50 photo
6603-317 6603-317 JAGUAR auto tool kit. Semi-circular clam shell metal case with foam inside the lid this tool kit was used for work on most early Jaguar sedans like the MK X. Includes 4 spanner wrenches pliers monkey wrench grease gun with instruction sheet DUNLOP bleeder tube in tin two screwdrivers inside Tommy bar and spark plug. Looks to be missing tire air gauge and maybe the spark plug wrench. Black japanning 80 percent with some minor wear to outside of case. This kit is uncommon and this one is in very good condition. Good plus DEN42 120 240 photo
6603-318 *6603-318 MORRILL patent saw set No. 5. Marked with 2-24-89 and 1214-80 patent dates and cast -5A- in body and -5B- on one handle. His largest saw set at 15 inch long a few spots of rust and works smoothly. Good PDM7 15 20 photo
6603-319 *6603-319 Pipe cutter. Unmarked except for 10B 14 inch long with bulbous metal handle at end twists bottom jaw. Clean in good condition and would still work today. Good HAN584 20 40 photo
6603-320 *6603-320 COES monkey wrench. 10 inch perfect handle also marked BILLINGS on other side light surface rust jaws good and wood has some wear and staining. Good VTD253 10 20 photo
6603-321 *6603-321 Large monkey wrench. 21 inch long with perfect handle can not see any markings but metal is greasy and has some rust so may be underneath the gunk. Handle has staining. Massive. Good COL228 20 40 photo
6603-322 6603-322 Lot of crescent wrenches. 19 total most 4 inch size but one is 2 inch. Makers include mostly CRAFTSMAN J. H. WILLIAMS J.P. DANIELSON DIAMOND TOOL UTICA PSandW etc. Most clean with only a few spots of rust on some. One marked W. Germany painted red. Good plus VTD 30 60 photo
6603-323 *6603-323 Lot of two welding chip hammers. One marked -Superior Welding Hammer- and the other nickel plated and unmarked. Springs good Good HAN581 20 40 photo
6603-324 *6603-324 CRAFTSMAN chain drill. Japanning 75 percent some light rust could use a cleaning. Two jaw chuck ok. Good SCK70 20 40 photo
6603-325 6603-325 BAUER patented button hole cutter. Marked with 7-17-72 patent date only and likely an early version of patent 129 309 by Peter Bauer of Newark NJ. This was later manufactured by J. WISS and SONS. Cast iron and brass body with spring handles blade punch and brass depth stop on one side rotating brass ring on other side. Some dings in brass ring from punch blade has small chip works ok. Uncommon. Good PDM8 35 70 photo
6603-326 6603-326 Wine cellar hammer. Cast iron hammer hollow with sliding corkscrew. -La debondeuse de justinian garcin marseilles- cast into sides. 10 inch long 16 inch extended. Good WOL752 50 100 photo
6603-327 6603-327 Large burl mallet. 6 inch round head with 4 inch handle some checks in edges and one along full edge. One chip from edge both sides have indentations in middle from use Good- DGO6 30 60 photo
6603-328 6603-328 Lot of two mallets. A 6 inch x 3- one half inch rectangular head made of lignum vitae 9 inch handle. A few larger chips from edges but still attractive. And a smaller 4- one half inch x 2 inch made of maybe oak one end has wear from use 13 inch handle has wire wrapped near top. Both have hangholes. Good DJS239 40 80 photo
6603-329 6603-329 Large hoop splitter. Conical shape with three blades set at 120 degrees. Painted black on handle and gold on body. Heavy and weighs at least five pounds. Good ALV528 30 60 photo
6603-330 6603-330 Lot of six tack hammers. Only three marked one STANLEY one SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE one WATERSONS DETROIT. Stanley one still has 75 percent of original decal a couple handles have staining one has hanghole overall ok. Good NW317 323 324 326 327 350 30 60 photo
6603-331 6603-331 Lot of two hammers. C. HAMMOND No. 0 cobbler hammer with clean head and looks like handle replaced. Plus an unmarked claw hammer with worn and paint splotched handle. Good- and better NHN329 30 60 photo
6603-332 6603-332 Double claw hammer. Not marked and not sure who made but there are a handful of examples out there. Unicast body with top claw and smaller bottom claw that sits almost flush to handle. Has light use with some small dings to poll and top claws. Spots of rust and some scratching to surface. Handle looks original with some cracks at top and bottom. Different. Good PDM1 100 200 photo
6603-333 6603-333 HEBBLETHWAITE patented nail puller. Patent No. 529384. Stepped claw for extra leverage when pulling nails. Also sometimes referred to as a hammer-wrench combination. Has replaced handle head has a few small spots of rust marked FULTON UTILITY and was advertised in the 1915 Sears and Roebuck catalog as the Fulton Utility Hammer. Good PDM3 75 150 photo
6603-334 6603-334 Lot of two hammers. A WARNER and NOBLES tack hammer with square poll and 80 percent nickel plating and some rust on head handle has some light stains but overall good. And an unmarked paving or chipping hammer with flattened back chisel edge chips on sides of poll some rust hanghole. Good- and better WCS34 40 80 photo
6603-335 6603-335 Bridgebuilders rabbet. Unsigned 28 inch sole looks like oak 2-seven-eighths inch skewed cutter. Sawtoothed nicker that has been moved to a new position. Someone has screwed two steel T-brackets into the sole apparently just for display but seems like a lot of trouble. Wood has some tight checks but overall good condition. Good DTN410 100 160 photo
6603-336 6603-336 Circular plane. 12 inch long compassed sole looks to be old and handmade rather than manufactured. Body composed of two sides held together with three bolts through the body. 2- one-fourth inch wide cutter marked OHIO TOOL CO. Tote tip broken off and cracked at base which is repaired with iron plate. Staining on body and general wear throat has chip rust on metal. Good- GFR352 30 60 photo
6603-337 6603-337 Dado plane with offset tote. one half inch skew cutter with nicker unmarked but nicely made. Some mild chips on wedge and fence corners a few stain spots otherwise nice. Good GAN456 40 80 photo
6603-338 6603-338 Lot of two wood planes. A 16 inch long jack plane by DEWEY and BROWN -partial stamp 4 stars- 2- one-fourth inch wide cutter marked what looks like HUMPHREYSVILLE MFG. Body has decorative groove carved on all sides about an inch from the top tote tip short and may be old smoothed break age checks and a few scratches in sole a chip or two from edges cutter has some discoloration and light rust. And a nosing plane by A. SMITH -B mark- 1- three-fourths inch skew semicircular cutter 14- one half inch long body with tote marked 10-8 x one-sixteenth on heel. Tote end has broken off mild wear to wood rust spots on cutter. A 16 inch long jack plane Good- and better GFR38 50 100 photo
6603-339 *6603-339 Lot of wood planes. Two tongue cutting planes a wide one by E BALDWIN with DWIGHTS AND FOSTER cutter some staining and fading to body a few dings and other by A and E BALDWIN with some light wear to body. Plus six molding planes a lightly worn seven-eighths inch side bead by OHIO TOOL CO. a tongue and groove pair by KENNEDY and WHITE both with heavy wear and staining and some damage to the fences an unmarked sash plane and unmarked skew rabbet both missing cutters and sash plane has initials carved on top and large screw or rope hole in back and a short skew rabbet by Z.J. MMASTER -D mark- with some staining and paint spots. Good- and better HMS16 28 25 50 photo
6603-340 6603-340 Lot of tool catalog reprints. 13 total. Includes Bench Work in Wood by Goss Wilkinson and Co Millers Falls No. 24 42 and 1887 H.D. Smith Henry Disston 1902 catalog Russel Jennings auger bits price list Orr and Lockett 1898 Stanley No. 102 No. 139 No. 28. All fairly clean and look unused. Good plus VTO90 50 100 photo
6603-341 6603-341 Lot of books. 13 total. Includes Sargent Identification Guide by Heckel Wrenches by Schulz Tool Collectors Guide to Value by Barlow EAIA 1999 directory Collecting Antique Tools by Kean Table Saw Techniques by Cliffe A Price Guide to Antique Tools by Kean The Woodworkers Bible by Blandford A Museum of Early American Tools and Reverence for Wood by Sloane and Restoring Antique Tools by Kean. Plus Keen Kutter and Winchester pocket guides by Walter. All except Barlow in decent or lightly used condition Barlow in poor condition. Various VTO92 50 100 photo
6603-342 6603-342 Lot of six books. Five original catalogs including STARRETT No. 26 BROWN and SHARPE No. 32 SIMONDS Guide for Carpenters pocket book LUFKIN No. 7 plus Building Age and Builders Journal from May 1923. Plus a good copy of OHIO TOOL CO. No. 23 catalog reprint. Original books are worn some writing in the Starrett Lufkin has cut in edge of cover and first 4 pages or so cover of Building Age tattered. Good- and better VTO91 75 150 photo
6603-343 6603-343 Lot of 10 catalog reprints. Reprints for Sargent Planes Disstons The Saw in History Zenith Tools and Cutlery Lufkin Measuring Tapes and Rules Jackson and Tyler Price List Tower and Lyon No. 95 Grimshaw on Saws Otto Young and Co. Keen Kutter Catalog No. U and Vaughan and Bushnell No. 27. All in nice or gently used condition. Good VTO89 40 80 photo
6603-344 6603-344 Lot of two original publications. A STANLEY Rafter and Framing Squares original booklet printed in 1927 some stains on front and foxing of pages and cover yellowing of pages front cover at top detaching but it is all still there. Plus a DISSTON and SONS 1911 catalog hardcover and glossy pages includes 1911 and 1913 discount sheets loose inside. Cover has some stains and wear plus a gouge in backside a few pages bent or loose at spine mostly black and white illustrations but a couple of pages are in color. Some fading of inside cover. Good- and better WNR2 3 75 150 photo
6603-345 6603-345 PTAMPIA II by Roger K. Smith. Hardcover clean and unused. Dustjacket good. Fine RSH 40 80 photo
6603-346 6603-346 Lot of two hardware catalogs. TODD-DONIGAN IRON CO. Louisville KY catalog No. 6 from 1912. Hardcover has wear and some missing from the spine 506 pages some yellowing. And one from JAMES C. LINDSAY HARDWARE CO. Pittsburgh PA from 1925. Hardcover with wear at edges cover of spine and rear cover completely detached but present 676 pages have some colored illustrations and are fairly clean with a little yellowing. Good- RJR 40 80 photo
6603-347 6603-347 Dealer lot of pocket tapes. 31 total. Makers include STARRETT STANLEY LUFKIN BARLOW GALPAR FARRAND MASTERRULE. Most metal cases some plastic about a third are advertising rules for southern California businesses most clean and look unused a few have mild wear. A few in original box or packaging. As is no returns. Various HAN551 50 100 photo
6603-348 6603-348 Dealer lot of pocket levels. 15 line levels including STANLEY No. 87 and 187 aluminum including Defiance and Handyman one brass 187 one unmarked plastic. A brass RABONE pocket spirit level two STANLEY No. 81 3 inch and 3- one half inch a STANLEY No. 34 in 4 inch size but no base No. 39- one half inch sweetheart mark with good japanning two 4 inch No. 38- one half. A bench level with patent 1 786 309 on base which corresponds to John Hawthorne and Langdon Leas 12-23-30 patent a 6 inch cast iron machinist level that looks manufactured but is unmarked with webbing. Plus a couple 5 inch pocket levels a wood ANCHOR brand level and rule and an unmarked 6 inch wood level. Most clean and nice all vials intact. As is no returns. Good HAN555 50 100 photo
6603-349 6603-349 Dealer lot of wrenches. A Bovee patent pivoting head nut wrench manufactured by ATCO a STEELCRAFT No. 125 a 6 inch SPEEDNUT a 10 inch FORDSON a couple pipe wrenches including HAMMOND BILLINGS and SPENCER etc. A few monkey wrenches from COES S.I.S. and ROBINSON patent. Three bicycle wrenches including MOSSBERG HERCULES and BILLINGS and SPENCER. And a double ended hex wrench marked -Tungsten Spark Plugs Always on the Job.- 16 or so total. Some with rust and dinging. As is no returns. Various ALVvarious 50 100 photo
6603-350 6603-350 Dealer lot of miscellaneous tools. A STEPHENS and CO. No. 36 combination rule with some staining vial wet brass ok bevel seems stuck. A BAY STATE cloth rule in brass case INTERLOX No. 106 rule metal zigzag rule and STANLEY No. 53- one half drafting rule slightly worn with some stains. Unmarked 1-seven-eighths inch chisel with some rust spots and another unmarked one-fourth inch one five-eighths inch brass chisel slightly curved in body REMINGTON ice pick RICHARDSONs keyhole saw small screwdriver made with file and twisted decorative stem STANLEY No. 271 router and four chisel handles. As is no returns. Good RYP317 318 319 80 160 photo
6603-351 6603-351 Dealer lot of tools. Mostly marking gauges parts and a couple complete including Stanley No. 65 most look handmade and are unmarked. A few other parts like saw handle and turnscrew handle rock hammer head one-fourth inch BUTCHER chisel unmarked 8 inch rusty adjustable handle drawknife with handles worn and ferrules broke MASTER Tuffboy pocket tape gimlet SARGENT wing locking calipers FRAY No. 08 brace two cast iron plumb bobs etc. As is no returns. Various HMS31 40 80 photo