6604 Fine Tool Journal Spring 2017 absentee auction

Auction endsed June 18th, 2017.

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6604-001 6604-001 BUCK infill shoulder plane. Steel body with 7- three - fourths inch sole and 1- one-fourth inch cutter fill and wedge look like rosewood. Toe and cutter both have partial Tottenham Court Rd stamps likely made by Norris for Buck. Small chip in edge of throat dinging and pitting on cheeks and sole and some spots of rust. Good  GAN170 100 200 photo
6604-002 6604-002 Unsigned infill bullnose plane. Steel body with rosewood wedge 1 inch cutter marked with what looks like a whale but I could be wrong. Nice tight mouth with a few miniscule chips mild dinging and a couple spots of surface rust and some wear to wedge. Good ASG75 70 140 photo
6604-003 6604-003 Infill shoulder plane. Polished brass body with ebony fill and wedge unmarked and could be user made. 1- one-fourth inch cutter sole is 7- three - fourths inches long slight wear at throat and some dings in heel. Staining on one cheek near throat and at heel a few spots of rust on cutter. Good ASG60 75 150 photo
6604-004 6604-004 SPIERS steel cased rebate plane. three - fourths inch rebate with 9 inch sole rosewood infill and wedge Spiers Ayr and user mark stamped into toe. A few spots of dinging on cheeks metal polished light surface rust in a couple places wedge looks replaced cutter short. Has crack in fill at toe and heel throat looks slightly widened. Good- GAN171 80 160 photo
6604-005 6604-005 STANLEY No. 13 flexible sole plane. Type 4 with first type lateral adjustment 1892 patent cutter japanning 50 percent. Good LHD92 90 150 photo
6604-006 6604-006 STANLEY No. 47 adjustable dado plane. Early japanned type japanning 75 percent. Chips from upper horn of tote. No cutters. Good LHD82 100 200 photo
6604-007 6604-007 STANLEY No. 50 light plow. Type 2. 60 percent japanning no cutters. Good PTL28 90 180 photo
6604-008 6604-008 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 6. No cutters slitter or rear depth stop. Nickel about 70 percent crack in rosewood fence but wood otherwise good. Good PTL31 100 180 photo
6604-009 *6604-009 WINCHESTER double end block plane. Made for Winchester by Sargent and is based on the No 227. 7- three - fourths inches long with 1- five - eights inch iron marked ñWinchester Trade Mark No. 3094.î Has about 60 percent japanning knob ok a couple chips in the throats. Good REW1169 20 40 photo
6604-010 6604-010 STANLEY No. 2 plane. Circa Type 14 with notched rectangle on cutter. Significant pitting on rear left cheek and japanning bubbled there looks like it sat in water. Good- PTL6 75 150 photo
6604-011 6604-011 STANLEY No. 48 swinging fence match plane. Type 1. Cutters unmarked may be from a different plane. Japanning 85 percent. Locking pin and other moving parts are stiff but nothing a little 3-in-1 oil wouldnt fix. Good plus PTL24 80 160 photo
6604-012 6604-012 STANLEY No. 10- one-half bench rabbet plane. Early type with adjustable mouth. 1892 patent cutter - mark very faint - . theres an old repair to the left cheek where a mending plate has been pinned neatly across the break. The screw holding the lever cap has chunk missing hidden by the lever cap and the tote has roughness and a chip user name stamped in cheek. Good LHD79 75 150 photo
6604-013 6604-013 EVANS patent flexible sole plane. Often mistaken for the later and more common Stanley No. 13 this plane was patented by George Evans of Maine in 1862 and manufactured by R.H. Mitchell. Brass plaque on the cheek is missing and theres a tight crack japanning mostly worn off Humphreysville cutter. Good LHD90 60 120 photo
6604-014 6604-014 STANLEY No. 6 prelateral fore plane. Type 2 J mark on lightly pitted cutter tight crack in knob and end of tote rounded over japanning mostly gone but nickel good user name stamped lightly on cheek. Good LHD95 80 160 photo
6604-015 6604-015 SIEGLEY No. 9C jointer. 19- one-half inch corrugated sole No. 9 cast into lever cap lateral adjustment original Siegley marked cutter tote has gunstock checkered pattern and some chips from end. Overall surface rust but no damage japanning 80 percent. Good PLH683 60 120 photo
6604-016 6604-016 STANLEY No. 105 Liberty Bell jack plane. Type 3 1892 patent cutter japanning worn on lever cap otherwise 75 percent tote has some wear but no damage. Good LHD83 75 150 photo
6604-017 6604-017 STANLEY No. 113 flexible sole plane. Primarily a Type 1 but front knob doesnt have patent date and cutter adjustment has only one aperture. Japanning 50 percent. Good LHD89 75 150 photo
6604-018 6604-018 KEEN KUTTER No. K5- one-halfC jack plane. Made by Stanley with B casting mark original cutter with faint mark crack in right cheek small chip from end of tote japanning nearly intact. Good LHD80 60 120 photo
6604-019 6604-019 CHAPLINS No. 1205 patented bench plane. Manufactured by Tower and Lyon corrugated sole non-adjustable throat proper original cutter hard rubber tote. See PTAMPIA I figure 199. Paint on knob worn nickel plating largely rubbed off four patent dates on left cheek partially worn. Good LHD85 75 150 photo
6604-020 6604-020 STEERS No. 306 fore plane. Featuring Steers patented composite sole with dovetailed rosewood strips to reduce friction worn at the toe and with some chips gone but above average shape. Tote has been reglued and has a large chip from the end more problematic is a chip from the top of the left cheek right by the cutter. Good- LHD94 60 120 photo
6604-021 6604-021 STANLEY No. 4- one-half smoothing plane. Early Type 12 with vee mark on cutter japanning nearly intact wood good. Good plus LHD84 100 200 photo
6604-022 *6604-022 EMIR screw arm plow. Very uncommon plow marked EMIR the trademark of Emmerich - Berlon - Ltd. the English toolmaker. Unusual design with inner nuts flush with the body and high square shoulders on the fence. Probably dates to the 1950s wood is worn but no major damage. Good NPL12 20 40 photo
6604-023 6604-023 Modified SANDUSKY rabbeting plane. Unusual plane that I assume has been modified by the user. It cuts a three - fourths inch rabbet and has had a steel plate mounted on the sole and a sliding brass fence mounted on the left cheek. In addition the throat has been opened up to resemble a rabbet but only half way through. Has the special C1 mark. Good PTL30 50 100 photo
6604-024 6604-024 Coachmakers wedge arm plow. Only 6- one-fourth inches long with a short slightly compassed skate. Nice clean condition noting one crack in the tote. Two holes in the fence look original and designed to allow an attachment. Arm wedges look original. Good PLH166 60 120 photo
6604-025 6604-025 Bridle arm plow plane. Unsigned good wooden locking bridle mechanism with brass screw no tote but a turned handle on the right wedge is worn body could use cleaning but no damage. HH stamped on toe. Good PLH186 60 120 photo
6604-026 *6604-026 Large screwbox. Unmarked but well made good 3 inch cutter. 5 inch long wood handles attached to 5 inch long iron screws one is missing brass ferrule. Some inactive worm and surface rust otherwise in decent shape. Good HAN319 30 60 photo
6604-027 6604-027 HENRY G. WHITE wedge arm groove plane. Henry was the orphaned nephew of Israel White was raised by Israel and took over his business on his death. This is his C mark - 2 stars - some wear and checks from age a crack in one arm and the sole and fence have three rosewood inlays each screwed into them - a couple of screws missing - could be intentional or a repair not sure. Some widening of area behind cutter at top of body. Good HAN311 40 80 photo
6604-028 *6604-028 BARTON coopers howell. Used to cut a bevel around the inside of the barrel to fit the head. Made of what looks like cherry with 3 inch properly marked cutter and partial Barton stamp on wood with hanghole through it one iron bolt looks replaced wedge a little chewed some wear on base and repaired crack at throat. Good EMN15 20 40 photo
6604-029 6604-029 Lot of three compassed planes. 4 inch and 6 inch long coffin planes and 7- one-half inch rabbet all compassed lengthwise in varying gradients. 6 inch is by D. MALLOCH and SON with double headed eagle mark and other two are unmarked. Light wear on all rabbet has scratch in heel. Good CLA685 687 694 40 80 photo
6604-030 6604-030 Lot of four small coachmakers rabbet planes. Three cut hollows of varying widths including one with integral side fence and groove carved at top of plane and one has tail. And a regular rabbet with 3- one-fourth inch sole. Most marked with user names typical wear. Good CLA45 446 447 458 35 70 photo
6604-031 *6604-031 Old womans tooth router. Unmarked rectangular grooved body 5- one-half inches across one-half inch cutter is repurposed plow blade marked with number 7. User stamps. Good ESY94 20 40 photo
6604-032 6604-032 Coachmakers beader. Thats what it looks like to me it has center iron fence and two one-half inch wide bead cutters on either side which can be individually adjusted to differing depths. Single beech wedge rosewood body with straight handles brass plate on top and iron plate on bottom. Some tarnish to metal and a few chips and scrapes to wood. User stamps. Well made and attractive. Good plus HAN562 40 80 photo
6604-033 *6604-033 D router. Appears handmade out of what looks like oak 9- one-half inches wide with three - fourths inch cutter. Wood split at mouth some scratching to sole user stamp. Good EMN19 20 40 photo
6604-034 6604-034 Lot of two STANLEY transitional jointer planes. Both a Type 6. A No. 32 with slightly loose tote and chip in front corner. W.T. Propert 1884 painted on rear cheek japanning 75 percent. And a No. 34 with chips off end of tote japanning 80 percent some staining on sole. Good REW647 650 40 80 photo
6604-035 6604-035 STANLEY No. 35 prelateral transitional plane. Type 4 A mark on cutter toe stamp very faint wood good with original lacquer some roughness to edge of tote. Good LHD99 60 120 photo
6604-036 6604-036 STANLEY No. 122 Liberty Bell plane. Type 1 with proper marked cutter stamp on toe is faint wood undamaged with much original lacquer japanning 75 percent. Good plus LHD97 60 120 photo
6604-037 *6604-037 Small rabbet plane. 7- one-half inch sole with three - fourths inch cutter body is only 1- one-half inch tall. Unmarked with a few stains. Good REW1374 20 40 photo
6604-038 6604-038 H. SWEET and CO. wooden jointer. 26 inch sole 2- one-half inch Moulson Bros. cutter cap iron highly polished. End of tote chipped on both sides otherwise very clean. Sweet worked in Stephentown NY circa 1850 four stars in AWP. Good JSW17 50 100 photo
6604-039 6604-039 Coachmakers skewed rabbet. Unsigned but very nicely made 3- one-fourth inch flat sole 1-1 - 6 inch skewed cutter. Fine DTN97 50 100 photo
6604-040 6604-040 Complex molding plane. Two cutters bevel with lying ogee quirk and scotia 2 inch total profile. Marked with the script signature of Thomas Melville of Aberdeen also has a user name in what looks like the same script. Good plus PLH252X 60 120 photo
6604-041 6604-041 E and J EVANS molding plane. Lying ogee with bevel 1- one-half inch boxed looks like it may originally have had a second bevel but cutter altered. B mark faint. Good plus PTL35 60 120 photo
6604-042 6604-042 OHIO TOOL CO. tongue and groove plane. Combination plane that cuts three-eighths inch tongue and groove. Marked with crudely scratched user initials and a triangular pattern of punches on the toe stamped 75 on the heel. Wood and metal near fine. An unusual OTC plane. Good plus LBD240 60 120 photo
6604-043 6604-043 E.F. SEYBOLD complex molder. Bevel ogee and quirk 2- one-half inches wide lignum boxing on quirk. Seybolds C mark with user name on toe wood overall good with some mild staining and a tight check. Good LBD238 60 100 photo
6604-044 6604-044 ARNOLD and CROUCH moving filletster. 1- one-fourth inch skewed Humphreysville cutter boxed original nicker brass depth stop. A couple of dents and scratches wedge a little rough. Good plus PTL36 60 120 photo
6604-045 6604-045 Complex molding plane. Marked H. Boyd which seems to be user name cuts 1- one-half inch astragal and scotia spring marked single boxed with one crack. A few spots of staining and a couple scratches otherwise in nice shape. Good REW762 30 60 photo
6604-046 6604-046 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. skew dado plane. Cuts a three - fourths inch dado original skew cutter and double-spur nicker. C mark and 62 stamped on toe along with a user mark and a small hole. Very light beech super clean. Good plus PLH108X 50 100 photo
6604-047 6604-047 Lot of three STANLEY No. 3 levels. One unusual early 29 inch version with Type 3 mark no hand-ee grip not marked wood is worn and missing two screws the other two are 28 inch and marked one with intact adjustment screw covers. Good and better LHD106 50 100 photo
6604-048 6604-048 Lot of two CHAPIN-STEPHENS levels. Both 30 inch and brass-tipped one is laminated rosewood - lamination starting to separate - with sideviews the other cherry with above-average wood no sideviews. Good LHD104 40 80 photo
6604-049 6604-049 Lot of two wooden levels. An L.L. Davis No. 25 30 inch cherry level brass very good but wood is worn on edges and ends and a 28 inch by William Johnson of Newark brass tipped hang hole looks like wood has been sanded some chips. Good LHD103 40 80 photo
6604-050 *6604-050 STANLEY No.8 masons level. At 42 inches long one of Stanleys longest levels and a hard one to find. Good sweetheart mark nearly complete label on top rail brass has scratching and discoloration and edges have wear but no serious damage good vials. Good plus LHD77 30 60 photo
6604-051 *6604-051 Double calipers. Probably smith made one outer leg moves but other seems locked some pitting but only traces of surface rust. 23 inches long. Good DTN445 20 40 photo
6604-052 6604-052 Lot of two STANLEY tools. Set of No. 2 trammel points Type 1 crisp and clean points not marked. And a No. 92 butt and rabbet gauge brass stem with no thumbscrew at end but instead has brass flathead screw some tarnish rosewood head has some dings and wear Pat Peng beneath block Stanley mark. Good- and better DOR202 50 100 photo
6604-053 6604-053 Brass double calipers. 16 inches long and massive 1 inch wide iron screw in middle initials RPOB carved on both sides. Some dinging and mild pitting but still nice. Good SPM529 40 80 photo
6604-054 *6604-054 TOPPS bevel and framing tool. Early type spots of light surface corrosion but tables and trademarks readable handle has some scratching and wear to lacquer but overall in ok shape brass wingnut has about 75 percent nickel plating. Good PRK182 25 50 photo
6604-055 6604-055 Lot of three squares. One looks like a STANLEY No. 2 plated try square Type 2 with heavily pitted and rusty 6 inch blade wood is very worn and stained brass side plate not flush with wood anymore crack at base of handle. An unmarked 10 inch mitre square that looks like it could be made by MARPLES based on the four round rivets has rusty blade and an X carved into one brass side plate handle worn with a few user stamps. And a STANLEY No. 20 try square with 12 inch blade some staining and a few chips on handle including large one in upper corner blade pitted with hanghole at end Poor and better ESY114 40 80 photo
6604-056 *6604-056 UNIQUE UNIVERSAL slide rule IOB. Wood frame 11 inch by 1- one-half inch with laminate scales on front and conversion charts on back tacked on with small pins. Missing the plastic frame cursor and one pin on backside some yellowing. Sliding case has been painted brown and some has gotten on instructions on inside of case. Good ACS42 20 40 photo
6604-057 *6604-057 Lot of three measuring tools. What looks like a GOODELL PRATT No. 371 combination square on a 6 inch straight edge marked No. 4 vial wet and japanning 80 percent some rust on rule. A CRAFTSMAN depth gauge protractor in what looks like original box some rust spots otherwise good. And a LUFKIN tempered steel rule 9 inches No. 2604 with some spots of rust otherwise ok. Good MHT25 20 40 photo
6604-058 *6604-058 Washer cutter. Looks fairly modern nicely carved rosewood with brass top plate and rod with elaborate brass thumbscrew. Clean and looks never used. Good plus CLA798 30 60 photo
6604-059 *6604-059 PRESTON brass mitre templet. Used to mark mitre cuts 5- five - eights inches wide and marked Preston England. Clean. Good plus MDY316 25 50 photo
6604-060 *6604-060 Drafting square. That is my best guess. Made of boxwood and brass pins 9 inch center straight edge can be adjusted up and down with locking knurled brass thumbscrew. Brass collar loose at thumbscrew a few user stamps. Light wear. Good GAN185G 25 50 photo
6604-061 6604-061 Iron frame try square. Unmarked but looks like a Stanley No. 10 one of the least common Stanley squares. 3 inch rosewood inlaid handle 4 inch blade with some light pitting. Good BHR 40 80 photo
6604-062 6604-062 Lot of measuring tools. Four calipers including a 4 inch by BROWN and SHARPE an unmarked 5- one-half inch a 5 inch marked PEC 8005 all fairly clean and work fine and a 7 inch one with brass locking thumbscrew on the one moving jaw and some pitting on metal marked only H. SMITH 1896 for which I cant find any patent. And a STANLEY No. 122 combination square japanning 85 percent and a few light spots of rust on straight edge missing scratch awl. Plus an Improved CURRANS Wheel Gauge stamped as such and with 2 - 16 - 1904 patent date which corresponds to patent US752526. Used particularly for railroad tires as the 5 inch scale is divided into 32nds which was required by the railroads. Nickel plating 95 percent with a few spots of pitting clean and good example of a fairly uncommon gauge. Good and better VTD255 40 80 photo
6604-063 6604-063 TOPPS framing square. Type 2 blade has light tarnish but all markings legible handle good with user initials. Good plus PRK144 50 100 photo
6604-064 6604-064 SIMON and SKIDMORE locking bevel. Uncommon combination square-bevel with push button locking mechanism patented in 1919 and manufactured in Laguna Beach CA. Aluminum body steel blade. Good plus PRK208 80 160 photo
6604-065 6604-065 HALSTED and ACKERMAN try square and bevel. The earliest patented combination square and bevel patented in 1855 with a fold-out bevel blade in the brass handle marked with the patent which is unusual modest tarnish but no rust user name stamped in handle. Good plus PRK178 100 180 photo
6604-066 6604-066 SMITH sliding rule. Rarest of the extensible sliding rules based on Waterburys 1876 patent and manufactured by E. Smith and Co. of Rockford. Extends to 38 inches with board tables and one of the two usually missing trammel points and pencil holder. Outside has a few stains but inside is clean. Good PLH187 60 120 photo
6604-067 6604-067 STANLEY No. 15 carpenters sliding rule. Boxwood some light staining straight and tight with pins brass slide is stuck but could be fixed with a little coercion. Good PLH263X 60 120 photo
6604-068 6604-068 Lot of two measuring tools. A No. 50 stainless steel combination rule by E.P Johnson Co. of Chicago and an unmarked brass 2- one-half inch turnip shaped plumb bob. Good and better PRK187 240 50 100 photo
6604-069 6604-069 STANLEY FOUR SQUARE No. 7366 tape measure. 6 foot tape near mint condition. Fine PLH262X 60 120 photo
6604-070 6604-070 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Stanleys iconic combination layout tool advertised as 10 tools in one. This is the Type 1 in immaculate condition and in addition to having Halls original 1888 patent cast in the front has Hall and Trauts 1888 patent stamped on the rear which is very unusual. Everyone needs a Odd-Jobs and this is a very nice one. Fine PTL25 60 120 photo
6604-071 6604-071 Lot of three rules. All two-fold two-foot boxwood. STANLEY Nos. 15 and 18 and a BELCHER BROS. carpenters rule with brass slide. All have wear and staining the No. 16 has some paint splotches and both Stanleys are missing one pin. Good- PLH89X 60 100 photo
6604-072 6604-072 Lot of four saws. Combination saw and try square like the ones marketed by DISSTON very faint etch that looks like The Sterling 25 inch 8 ppi crosscut domed steelnuts no medallion good handle BROWNE No. 3 20 inch panel saw faint etch 12 ppi crosscut split nuts that look like they have been replaced 26 inch with unreadable etch nib 10 ppi crosscut and an old Disston with what looks like a Disston and Son etch and also a second etch for Schweitzer Mfg. 26 inch rip handle very rough with large crack flat head split nuts one missing entirely and two missing their nuts. Good- and better LHD110 50 100 photo
6604-073 *6604-073 Lot of two saws. KEEN KUTTER 26 inch 10 ppi crosscut good nib and medallion faint etch one chip from top horn. And a DISSTON 26 inch ripsaw 10 ppi with the WWI style Disston Phila 1 inch medallion edge barely perceptible bottom horn sheared off handle. Could be a No. 12. Good LHD108 30 60 photo
6604-074 6604-074 Lot of two HARVEY PEACE saws. A P68 Perfection with clear etch 26 inch 10 ppi crosscut handle has Buells patented contoured handle - marked - top horn chipped dirty. The other is 26 inch 8 ppi crosscut etch very faint handle has crack and bottom horn missing. Both have the patented handle reinforcement characteristic of Peace. Good- and better LHD109 40 80 photo
6604-075 6604-075 Lot of two specialty saws. Floor saw with DISSTON etch and Phoenix medallion 19- one-half inch blade 8 ppi teeth continue around top handle worn and scratched but intact with one crack and what looks like a BISHOP metal cutting keyhole saw with lever locking blade but etch is too faint to read blade is 18 inch and mildly pitted handle intact. Good plus LHD111 80 120 photo
6604-076 *6604-076 COOK patent saw set. Spring hammer type patented by Roswell F. Cook in Dec. 23 1873 and typically manufactured by E.E. or A.E. Cunningham of Worcester Mass. Roswell constantly tinkered with his design so many variations exist this is the earliest and simplest version of the patent unmarked but mechanism looks like the patent drawing. Has about 80 percent japanning works well. Fairly uncommon. Good REW1307 30 60 photo
6604-077 6604-077 MATHEWS patent hinge mortiser. Patented in 1888 by James Mathews of Minneapolis second one we have seen but dont know who made them. It has a heavy brass head with elaborate blade adjustments you set the size of the hinge and then hit it with a mallet. A number of chips in the blades otherwise very clean. Good PLH255X 60 100 photo
6604-078 6604-078 Double caliper. Flat stock with turned wooden handle with iron ferule 13 inches long hang hole near end looks original. Good PLH64X 50 100 photo
6604-079 6604-079 Combination tool. A weird one even by combination tool standards. A pair of pliers the handles lock together to form an alligator wrench at the other end plus a hammer head and screwdriver blade. its marked patented March 31 1908 which was the date of a patent issued to one Norman McAslan of Yorkshire IA but it is actually based on McAslans simplified patent of 1910. 7 inch long like new and never seen another. Fine PLH253X 80 160 photo
6604-080 *6604-080 PEXTO Bell System tool. Not sure what it does possibly for cable pulling 9 inches long with hook on one end and rod on the other perfect handle worn and a little loose. Good PLH258X 30 60 photo
6604-081 6604-081 E.P. PRESTON No. 1396S patented stringing router. Japanning about 50 percent no cutters. Good PLH260X 80 160 photo
6604-082 6604-082 Lot of two rosewood spokeshaves. One unsigned 11 inches with flat brass sole and locking nuts the other is 5 inches with a compassed brass sole and good I. SORBY decal. Good plus PLH265X 60 120 photo
6604-083 *6604-083 Lot of two STILLMAN patent saw sets. Both unmarked 6 adjustment style but with different handles in fairly good clean condition. Good REW1308 30 60 photo
6604-084 6604-084 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS shaves. A No. 1 cigar shave 10 inch model with 2 inch cutter marked with patent date nickel plating 70 percent some traces of red paint in throat. And a fairly uncommon No. 2 11 inches long based on Lanfairs 1893 patent featuring a removable shoe that could be repositioned to change the profile of the sole and removable handles some mild pitting. Both have rosewood handles with some wear No. 2 has spot of thick lacquer and small chip in wood and No. 1 has hairline crack in one handle. Good REW1278 1279 40 80 photo
6604-085 6604-085 Lot of two STANLEY No. 71 routers. A Type 8 with one-half inch cutter and a Type 10 with one-fourth inch and v-shaped cutter. Plating nearly complete on the Type 8 about 70 percent on the Type 10. Wood has some wear. Good plus OVR101 40 80 photo
6604-086 6604-086 Lot of three spokeshaves. A PRESTON ovolo sash shave five - eights inch marked on cutters and Lamb tongue cast in handle. Japanning 80 percent cutters good. A CINCINNATI TOOL CO convex spokeshave name cast into body and stamped in cutter traces of japanning light rust handles have wear and stains cutter has a few nicks. And an F.A. HUMPHREY patented cavity shave similar to the MF cigar shave but much rarer patented in 1882 by Frank Humphrey of Worcester Mass and sold in various types and lengths. This is 9- one-fourth inch with removable solid rosewood handles 65 percent nickel plating and some wear small spot of black paint on sole. Good DOR210 60 120 photo
6604-087 6604-087 STANLEY No. 71- one-half router. Type 5 with adjustment wheel and 2 cutters with notched top and one has patent date stamp. Clean knobs have light wear. Good RSR132 40 80 photo
6604-088 6604-088 Lot of five shaves. An unmarked double shave with convex and flat soles that looks similar to ones made by SMITH and SON no japanning and mouth a little widened in corner of flat sole. A SNELL and ATHERTON shoe shave clearly marked no japanning brass fence and sole. And three STANLEY shaves - a No. 60 with 70 percent japanning and good cutters a No. 64 with sweetheart mark on cutter and repainted and a No. 51 with thumbscrew missing and also repainted. Good ESY105 50 100 photo
6604-089 *6604-089 Lot of two shaves. An ANANT A151 spokeshave in barely used condition. And a wooden shave with nicely aged patina and clean freshly sharpened blade. Good plus JPR45 47 15 30 photo
6604-090 6604-090 STANLEY No. 67 universal spoke shave. One bottom no fence. Wood fine nickel 70 percent. Good DJS174 40 80 photo
6604-091 *6604-091 MILLERS FALLS No. 67 router. Equivalent to the Stanley No. 71. Black body and knobs has all three cutters some rust light wear but overall clean. Good plus RML36 30 60 photo
6604-092 6604-092 Lot of two STANLEY tools. A No. 67 universal spoke shave with one bottom no fence. Wood ok nickel 75 percent. And a No. 83 cabinet scraper later model with beech handles smaller style roller looks original. Nickel plating 80 percent light wear to handles. Good DOR209 50 100 photo
6604-093 6604-093 Windsor beader. Type 2 early version with wood not ebonized and not stamped with patent dates one cutter wheel light wear brass cleaned and may be lightly polished. Good DOR208 75 150 photo
6604-094 6604-094 Lot of two STANLEY spokeshaves. No. 55 concave with sweetheart cutter and No. 63 with notched rectangle. Japanning very good slight rust to cutters. Fine RSR38 58 60 120 photo
6604-095 6604-095 Dowelling jig. What looks like a perfect model of a Stanley No. 59 except that its cast of solid brass. Why? Your guess is as good as ours. With five guides and both holders in sliding lid box. Good plus PLH706 50 100 photo
6604-096 6604-096 GOODELL-PRATT No. 34 scraper IOB. Wooden handle with two double-ended scraper blades for four edges total near fine with some corrosion on blades box intact with good label. Good plus PLH254X 30 60 photo
6604-097 6604-097 Lot of three sets of RECORD No. 130 cramp heads. Each set can be attached to a 1 inch board of any length to make a bar cramp - or clamp if you prefer - . In like new condition boxes worn but intact. New sets will run you around 45 dollars each. Fine PLH267X 100 150 photo
6604-098 6604-098 LORD patent saw file. Patented in 1898 and manufactured by Lord Witter and Park of Worcester MA. A 16 inch steel bar with triangular files mounted at the proper angle to grind several saw teeth at once. Tool is very good with some surface rust box has split seams and missing ends but fully intact label. Never seen another. Good plus PLH259X 60 120 photo
6604-099 6604-099 STANLEY No. 135A Yankee drill IOB. Includes a set of three regular bits in original envelope plus two phillips bits two countersink bits and a No. 66-530 Hex-a-matic nut driver attachment. Some crackling in the finish on the handle but metal is like new box intact with good label. Good plus PTL29 60 120 photo
6604-100 6604-100 STANLEY No. 100- one-half squirrel tail block plane IOB. Late model with red lever cap and notched rectangle. Near mint with a few traces of easily cleaned surface rust box fully intact with corner staples and Type 11 label. Fine PRK180 60 120 photo
6604-101 *6604-101 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. A No. 61 low angle block plane with sweetheart mark on cutter and a No. 101 miniature with brazed repair. Good- and better PLH264X 30 50 photo
6604-102 *6604-102 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A Type 6 No. 6 japanning 80 percent light chipping at end of tote dinging to knob discoloration to metal but no visible pitting. And a Type 6A No. 8 with patent date on chipbreaker Q cutter tip of tote missing japanning 50 percent red paint at throat. Good ESY95 30 60 photo
6604-103 6604-103 Lot of three STANLEY metal planes. A No. 5 with T mark on cutter and two patent dates behind frog lever cap chipped and knob has large chips at base heavily pitted and tote cracked. A No. 6 with notched rectangle mark on cutter but one patent date behind frog tip of tote missing tall knob japanning 60 percent Sargent lever cap. And A No. 7 that looks like Type 6A japanning retouched some glue on bed at toe two holes in one cheek likely for attachment and user initials punched into side. Good- JPR353 354 356 30 60 photo
6604-104 6604-104 Lot of miscellaneous planes. Six total including a SARGENT VBM No. 227 double end block plane with 50 percent japanning some scratches on sole could use cleaning. Rest are STANLEY including No. 22 with rusty cutter a Type 6A No. 3 with moderate wear a No. 4C with sweetheart cutter repaired crack in tote large rust spot on sole tall knob japanning repainted. And two block planes a No. 110 rusty with some white paint and a No. 120 with 50 percent japanning and replaced knob. Good- JPR12 14 34 55 58 61 30 60 photo
6604-105 6604-105 STANLEY No. 148 tongue and groove plane. seven-eighths inch. Nickel plating 80 percent vee mark on one cutter screw cutters unmarked light rust in a few spots. Good PTL17 35 70 photo
6604-106 6604-106 Lot of two STANLEY No. 39 dado planes. A three - fourths inch with sweetheart mark on screwcap japanning 40 percent a few spots of rust. And a seven-eighths inch with larger knurled screws. japanning 80 percent small hole in cheek near handle a few scratches on sole. Good DOR219 50 100 photo
6604-107 *6604-107 Lot of three planes. A SHELTON No. 4 sized based on MacAllers 1932 patent for the cutter adjustment. Rusty and paint on cheeks japanning 80 percent nickel plating on cap nearly complete tote and knob have wear. Could clean up ok. And Two block planes one a MILLERS FALLS No. 46 with some light surface rust nickel plating 65 percent some white paint on japanning throat has been filed and a STANLEY No. 110 surface rust on cutter missing knob japanning ok. Good- and better VTD250 20 40 photo
6604-108 6604-108 Lot of three STANLEY transitional planes. A Type 5 No. 27 patent date on chipbreaker japanning 80 percent good throat and some overall dinging to wood. A Type 6 No. 28 hairline crack and number 70 stamp on knob repaired crack in tote 70 percent japanning. And a Type 6 No. 29 with patent date on chipbreaker wear to wood and some old chips japanning 70 percent. All have totes a little loose and wear to tote ends. Good REW637 638 639 40 80 photo
6604-109 6604-109 Lot of four transitional planes. Three STANLEYs - a No. 22 Type 10 and No. 35 Type 12 both with 1892 patent cutters and a No. 135 Liberty Bell Type 12 with T mark. And a LAKESIDE 15 inch jack plane. The Lakeside is in nice condition the three Stanleys are mixed with dinging and paint splotches but no major damage. Good and better PTL39 60 120 photo
6604-110 *6604-110 WILLIAM ROSS coffin smoother. 7- three - fourths inch sole 1- seven-eighths inch Humphreysville cutter with mild pitting some checks in toe and sole roughness to end of tote chip from throat. A mark. Good PTL33 20 40 photo
6604-111 *6604-111 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. coffin shaped smoother. 7- three - fourths inch sole clean with nice patina some dings around strike button on heel. Sandusky mark on cutter overstamped. Has proper mark on toe and number 3. Good plus REW922 25 50 photo
6604-112 6604-112 P. M. PECKHAM adjustable sash plane. B mark - 2 stars - double dovetail boxing large boxwood thumbscrews. Several user stamps on toe and heel marked five - eights as well on heel. Boxing has a few cracks and crack in both inner throat areas some wear to sole near toe. Good- REW520 30 60 photo
6604-113 *6604-113 ARROWMAMMETT WORKS adjustable sash plane. Screw arms with boxwood knobs elliptical ovolo pattern A mark. Fine PTL32 30 60 photo
6604-114 6604-114 MULTIFORM PLANE tongue and groove cutter. Not marked stamped 76 on toe and one-half on heel missing one wedge and cutter no handle. Good PRK237 50 100 photo
6604-115 6604-115 Lot of two STANLEY mortise gauges. A No. 74 double-arm with full plated brass head marked with patent date and a No. 92 top of the line butt and mortise gauge with rosewood head and brass stem includes the usually missing steel scribe marked Stanley. Good and better LHD73 50 100 photo
6604-116 6604-116 Lot of two STANLEY mortise gauges. A No. 71 double-arm with brass strips in the head unmarked and a No. 92 top of the line butt and mortise gauge with rosewood head and brass stem includes the usually missing steel scribe marked Stanley. Good and better LHD74 50 100 photo
6604-117 6604-117 Lot of three STANLEY gauges. A No. 161 beech marking gauge with the curved face plate marked with patent dates only and two No. 77 rosewood mortise gauges one nice and clean with patent date the other is more worn missing brass shoe and points worn down. Good and better LHD76 60 110 photo
6604-118 6604-118 Lot of two STANLEY gauges. A No.66 rosewood marking gauge with mustache plate marked with patent date only and a No. 92 top of the line butt and mortise gauge with rosewood head and brass stem includes the usually missing steel scribe early patent pending type user name. Good plus LHD75 60 110 photo
6604-119 6604-119 KEEN KUTTER mortise gauge. Rosewood 6- one-half inch square head with brass plate and locking screw internal screw mechanism points still sharp mark a little worn but still clear. Fine PRK195 100 180 photo
6604-120 6604-120 STAR TOOL cam-locking mortise gauge. Patented by Wessel Brodhead in 1868 but more commonly identified with Star Tool the exclusive manufacturer. This is the rosewood mortise gauge version with adjustable internal screw mark is faint but legible points a little worn down but still there. Good plus PRK193 100 200 photo
6604-121 6604-121 THOMPSON patented mortise gauge. These uncommon and attractive gauges are either unmarked entirely or simply marked patent applied for but the consensus is that they are examples of Thompsons 1900 patent. See Bachellar p. 112. This one is rosewood and brass and more closely resembles the patent in that it has knurled brass locking screws rather than the thumbscrews more often found. 8 inches long points still sharp user name stamped three times. Fine PRK190 100 200 photo
6604-122 6604-122 SHOLL PATENT mortise gauge. The three-bar version of Christian Sholls 1864 patent. This was the high-end model rosewood with brass trim and six brass discs in the head boxwood locking screw. Complete and in very clean condition good clear stamp still has all its points although worn down. Good plus PRK199 100 200 photo
6604-123 6604-123 Lot of three STANLEY jointer planes. Two No. 8Cs a Type 10 with 80 percent japanning and some rust tote ok but has initials carved in. And one with third sweetheart on blade 80 percent of original decal on tote which has a few minor chips on end. Surface rust on metal tall knob notched rectangle on lever cap with no orange. And a later type No. 7C also with notched rectangle mark on lever cap with good orange paint wood has light wear japanning good notched rectangle mark cutter. Good OVR134 135 144 40 80 photo
6604-124 6604-124 OHIO TOOL CO. No. 327 fore plane. 18 long with Thistle brand cutter and marked Pat Applied For beneath it. Tote tip well repaired on end a little lose at base knob has light wear. Throat and cutter good japanning 90 percent some light surface rust spots. Uncommon. Good VTO45 50 100 photo
6604-125 *6604-125 SARGENT No. 714 jack plane. Includes the autoset feature. Light surface corrosion and some spots of rust but nothing serious wear to lacquer on wood japanning 70 percent. Good DOR228 30 60 photo
6604-126 6604-126 Lot of two STANLEY bench planes. A No. 4 Type 10 japanning touched up in a couple spots tote has a few small chips off end user initials punched in cheeks and a few spots of rust otherwise good. And a No. 5- one-half with vee mark on cutter three patent dates behind frog wood has light wear and old ding in side of tote surface rust japanning 70 percent. Good BHR346 30 60 photo
6604-127 6604-127 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. A No. 18 Type 2 with no nickel on lever cap japanning touched up user name on one cheek a few spots of pitting on sole. And a No. 140 with sweetheart mark on cutter japanning may be repainted nickel plating 80 percent. Good SPM432 40 80 photo
6604-128 *6604-128 Lot of four block planes. Three 7 inch low angle block planes one by GREAT NECK TOOLS of New York one by WODEN TOOLS of Sheffield both in near-mint condition. A CRAFTSMAN No. 619.3732 low angle knuckle-joint adjustable that could use a cleaning and a STANLEY No. 103 with semi-circular mark on cutter about half its japanning and some spots of rust. Good and better KGM33 35 36 194 20 40 photo
6604-129 6604-129 BIRMINGHAM B-plane No. 120. That is my guess it has the B-plane mark on the cutter but bed of plane unmarked and resembles a No. 120. Wood knob ok lever cap screw a little chewed japanning 70 percent some chips in bed at heel a couple cracks in lever cap a few spots of pitting. Good- DOR218 30 60 photo
6604-130 *6604-130 Lot of two STANLEY scrapers. A No. 12 veneer scraper early type with plain screwcap japanning retouched and chips to wood someone has screwed in about one-half inch of wood on bottom rust spots has SANDVIK replacement blade. And a No. 80 cabinet scraper sweetheart mark on tensing bar japanning 70 percent unmarked cutter good some discoloration on sole but ok. Good- and better JPR77 78 30 60 photo
6604-131 *6604-131 Lot of two STANLEY cabinet scrapers. A No. 80 with vee mark on tension bar and blade traces of japanning and one arm has welded repair but seems solid. And a No. 81 vee mark on cutter nickel plating 70 percent rosewood sole ok with only a few small chips on edges. Good- and better MRA28 121 30 60 photo
6604-132 6604-132 Lot of two scrapers. A SARGENT No. 53 scraper plane one of Sargents less common planes good beech sole with traces of green paint japanning repainted. Has properly marked cutter. And a STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper early type with unmarked screwcap handles have light wear japanning retouched block letter Stanley mark on cutter. Sole has some discoloration but ok. Good DOR226 40 80 photo
6604-133 6604-133 STANLEY No. 11 belt makers plane. Later type vee mark on cutter japanning 80 percent some wear to wood and rust spots. Good DOR227 40 80 photo
6604-134 6604-134 STANLEY No. 12- one-fourth veneer scraper. Japanning nearly complete cutter has sweetheart mark and looks barely used Made in USA cast in body behind frog wood has light wear and a few small dings overall clean. Good plus DOR225 125 250 photo
6604-135 *6604-135 STANLEY No. 281 butt gauge and mortiser. For making mortises for hinges notched rectangle logos has most of its japanning a few rust spots. Good RSR 20 40 photo
6604-136 *6604-136 STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scraper. Notched rectangle on cutter sweetheart mark on tension bar japanning nearly complete throat looks widened. Good GRN38 20 40 photo
6604-137 *6604-137 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper. Later type with mark on screwcap wood has some wear and staining semicircle mark on cutter japanning retouched discoloration to metal but no visible damage. Good OVR96 20 40 photo
6604-138 6604-138 Lot of rules. Several straight edges including one with various calculations a No. 1138 by RABONE and a No. 4277 by SMALLWOOD all with wear and a repaired crack and staining on the calculating one. Plus two drafting rules both by ASTON and MANDER one 36 inches long and the other 23 inches long with curved edges both marked with same user name. Good- and better ACS131 40 80 photo
6604-139 6604-139 Lot of three measuring tools. A nickel-plated double stem marking gauge with octagonal head that looks very similar to BARRETTS patent. Unmarked except for Pat Applied For on base of head so must be early stems unruled some spots of rust and plating 80 percent. Plus two STANLEY No. 30 one missing blade and screw at bottom but other complete both clean with nickel plating near complete. Good plus DOR198 50 100 photo
6604-140 6604-140 Lot of three framing squares. A SARGENT No. 600R take down square some rust and wear on screws 3-146 in silver pen near screws. And two framing squares by SARGENT and SOUTHINGTON CUT CO. Southington has had about 2 inches cut off one end some rust spots Sargent has some light rust. Good DOR201 50 100 photo
6604-141 *6604-141 Lot of two CONWAY CLEVELAND log rules. One looks near mint other has some wear on handle end and loss of lacquer in one spot but overall clean with good numbering. Good plus EMN1 25 50 photo
6604-142 6604-142 Lot of three take down squares. One by JENNINGS marked with 6 - 21 - 10 patent date and mostly clean with some light pitting spots. One manufactured by NICHOLLS marked with 4 - 23 - 01 patent date and based on Barkers 1909 patent has user made wooden sleeve that holds both arms when apart and instructions typed onto the sleeve metal discolored but numbers are white. And another NICHOLLS framing take down square in original canvas sleeve also marked with 4 - 23 - 01 patent date and mitre cuts for various angles from polygon to dodecagon. Good HAN538 60 120 photo
6604-143 6604-143 PHILO FOX patented combination square and miter. Marked with Foxs 1 one-half 4 - 85 patent clean example with light pitting and a few light scratches. Good PRK236 40 80 photo
6604-144 6604-144 TAINTOR patent framing tool. Patented in 1910 by Charles Taintor of Elizabeth NJ this is one of those ridiculously elaborate layout tools that proliferated around 1900 with numerous arms that unfold to enable the user to lay out various angles. Some mild pitting otherwise ok. Works smoothly. Good PRK207 50 100 photo
6604-145 6604-145 Lot of three chisels. Two are 2 inch bevel edge by JAMES SWAN and OHIO TOOL CO. The Swan has leather wrapped handle with large chunk out of it edge is good a few dings in metal. Ohio has good handle and edge moderate dinging. And a 1- one-fourth inch by HIBBARD SPENCER BARTLETT and CO. with partial OVB mark good edge handle has some wear and staining light rust spots. Good DST424 426 526 40 80 photo
6604-146 *6604-146 Lot of leatherworking tools. Two punches labeled 8 and 10 two edging tools marked three - fourths and five - eights one-fourth inch and three-eighths inch square gouges. And two rivet setters marked 2 and 3 both with spalled ends. Plus were throwing in a hoop driver 2- one-half inches wide solid iron partial stamp looks like J.M. Lowel and an X carved near it on handle. Good HMS32 30 60 photo
6604-147 6604-147 HORTON and ARNOLD gouge. Very faint partial mark but I think this is by the New York City makers of Samuel B. Horton and William Arnold who made tools from around 1853-1865. Gouge is 1 inch wide and 7- one-half inches long with 8- one-half inch handle that looks like it could be original but relacquered. Edge good. Good AED39 40 80 photo
6604-148 *6604-148 Double blade hacksaw. Small and nicely made black painted bulbous handle with nice iron frame and brass center bar with brass tightening wingnut. Marked with owner J.E. Collins on both sides 6 inch blades have seen a little use but seem ok. 10- one-half inches overall. Good plus DST593 30 60 photo
6604-149 *6604-149 Stair saw. Well made unmarked body and blade wood looks like cherry and is very clean 6 inch wide blade looks older with some discoloration. Brass nuts have some wear. Good plus EMN14 20 40 photo
6604-150 6604-150 Carving chisels. 15 total 5 of which are by ADDIS and one by IBBOTSON rest unmarked. All with brass ferrules and most with similar handles. Widest is one-half inch down to one-eighths inch wide and various sizes and styles in between. some staining and wear on handles tools ok. Most are gouges a few have slightly bent necks. Good WOL694 50 100 photo
6604-151 6604-151 MILLERS FALLS No. 106 carving tool set IOB. 6 total virtually unused with clean blades and handles. Box has some light wear but label on inside of lid good. Fine PTL21 40 80 photo
6604-152 6604-152 Lot of five Swedish bevel edge chisels. One five-sixteenths inch marked SVEA with original green label on handle and a few chips from wood. Rest are E.A. BERG Eskilstuna in five - eights inch one-half inch 1 inch and 1- one-half inch good ferrules and light wear to handles. All edges sharp. Good plus HAN570 50 100 photo
6604-153 6604-153 Lot of chisels and gouges. 12 total including two BUCK BROS crank neck gouges 1 inch and one-half inch. Two 2 inch one-half inch three - fourths inch and five - eights inch chisels plus one 1 inch gouge all by BUTCHER. Two mortise chisels one-eighths inch by WITHERBY and three-eighths inch by BEATTY. A one-half inch chisel by JAMES SWAN and unmarked 1 inch chisel. Some are tang others socket ends. Rust on some a few edges have nicks. A couple have mild pitting. Various handles with some staining. Various CGD408 60 120 photo
6604-154 6604-154 Lot of carving tools. 3 brad awls by MARPLES mostly clean with some wear to brass ferrules and a few spots of rust. Plus four MILLERS FALLS carving tools from a No. 107 carving set some wear and dirt on handles and rust spots on metal. Plus a STANLEY hurwood brad awl some rust but overall ok and an extra rosewood tang handle with brass ferrule. All inside MARPLES brad awl box that originally held 12. Good RBN105 40 80 photo
6604-155 6604-155 Set of eight numbered plow plane cutters. Unmarked but in good clean condition two are shorter from sharpening. Good plus MKJ276 80 120 photo
6604-156 6604-156 KELLETT patented triple plane iron. Patented and sold by Frank Kellett of Chicago apparently he didnt actually make any planes but tried to market this design for use in other planes. See PTAMPIA II p. 176. 2- one-eighths inch light surface corrosion but clearly marked. Good PRK204 40 80 photo
6604-157 6604-157 STANLEY Ready Edge blade IOB. 2 inch size with sweetheart mark and Ready Edge below it on iron original box missing one flap on base and other flap has corners torn sleeve ok other than staining. Some rust spots on cutter. Good WFN20 30 60 photo
6604-158 6604-158 STANLEY everlasting butt edge chisels. Six No. 50s in 2 inch 1- one-fourth inch 1 inch three - fourths inch three-eighths inch one-fourth inch sizes. All with notched rectangle mark and patent dates stamped handles have light wear and 2 inch has red painted handle with about half worn off. Most edges look recently sharpened a couple need miniscule chips honed out all have spots of surface rust. Dinging on handle ends. Good PRK184A 100 200 photo
6604-159 6604-159 Lot of three mortise chisels. Two 6 inch long one by VOM BERG and other by SORBY with pig stamp. Sorby handle clean but other has staining and iPiS carved in side. Edges good and clean. And a 4- one-half inch long one by GOBEL and CO. with handle chipped at end edge needs slight honing. Good HAN316 50 100 photo
6604-160 *6604-160 Lot of two ELITE tool chests for boys. Manufactured by the AMERICAN MANUFACTURING CONCERN fingerjointed wood chests No. 425 and No. 50 both with 90-95 percent of original labels inside lid. No. 425 is the smaller of the two and depicts building a chicken coop No. 50 depicts a rabbet house and workshop. Both have miscellaneous miniature tools inside most likely not original including hammers mallets level screwdriver pliers t-handle tap etc. Both have dinging and wear to wood No. 425 has chip in outer lid corner. Good RBN287 288 30 60 photo
6604-161 *6604-161 Carved woodworker figure. Gentleman in grey overalls and blue shirt holding a hammer and saw with nails in his mouth handcarved with sticker from Aldon Accessories LTD. 12 inches tall. Good plus SPM600 30 60 photo
6604-162 *6604-162 Woodworking clock. 15 inches by 11 inches. Carved wood clock with hammer chisel saw and plane inlaid into sawblade using various types of wood with brass numbers and clock hands. Looks like it still works but battery is dead. Nicely made by Roger Knapp of Cissna Park IL. Good DJS245 30 60 photo
6604-163 *6604-163 Lot of four OHIO ART CO. Busy-Boy tool chests. Metal boxes. Two empty one has what looks like the original vinyl tools inside. One has three very small plastic tools including hammer and screwdriver regular metal pliers and an aluminum square. Some rust spots on all. Good RBN291-294 30 60 photo
6604-164 6604-164 Lot of five brass instrument makers shaves. Combination of flat compassed and concave soles. Three are from the same set all 3- one-half inch wide fourth is the same size but from a different maker and the fifth is 6 inch wide with a flat sole and Flasche engraved in one arm. Good plus MKJ271 60 120 photo
6604-165 6604-165 LOUIS MARX and CO miniature toy tools. A collection of 13 from the premier toymaker including a bench plane hand and backsaws framing and ball peen hammers hatchet brace drill pipe wrench two wrenches calipers and try square. All in good clean condition some mild flaking on a couple. Good and better MLR6 100 200 photo
6604-166 *6604-166 M-WTCA 1982 meet favor. Large yellow ceramic ashtray in shape of Illinois with 1720 hand adze and Mid-West Tool Collectors Association 1982 in relief in the center. 11 inches x 12 inches. Made by Royal Haeger Pottery of Dundee IL who closed their doors in May 2016. There is a chip and repaired crack in upper right corner. Good- DJS360 20 40 photo
6604-167 6604-167 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Type 1 super clean but missing its pencil holder and scribe. Good RSR150 30 60 photo
6604-168 6604-168 Lot of antique photographs. A daguerreotype of a woman with Charlotte Elizabeth Keyes Davis labeled on back of leather case that has red silk lining on lid which has come detached. A tintype of a gentleman in leather case with lid that does not appear to match as lid is labeled Grace Georgine Davis a loose tintype for a young girl and a papermounted photo with Prescott and Gage Photographers of Hartford CT on back and labeled Marian Louise Bartlett. Good GFR83A 40 80 photo
6604-169 6604-169 E.A. STEARNS No. 53 bone caliper rule. German silver edging and caliper significant fading on outside but less on inside. Missing one pin some green tarnish on one arm some stain spots. Stearns was acquired by Stanley who manufactured rules under the Stearns name until 1892. Good- SGN866 50 100 photo
6604-170 6604-170 bone caliper rule. Unmarked except for faint etching that looks like Compliments of West King Lumber Company which is possibly the Louisiana company that was sold in 1909. German silver yellowing on outside slightly sprung inside fairly clean. Good SGN893 60 120 photo
6604-171 6604-171 STANLEY No. 3 caliper rule. 1 foot 2 fold brass bound boxwood rule. One of Stanleys rarer rules manufactured from 1900-1917. Slightly sprung with a few stains. Good SGN860 30 60 photo
6604-172 6604-172 BRIDGE CITY AS-14 adjustable try square. 12 inch blade with 7- one-half inch brassbound rosewood handle and retractable brass bench rest. Has some wear and tarnish but overall in decent shape. Jock Moody initialed handle in brass at bottom of one side number 725 in the series is stamped on other side. These ran 160 dollars new but are no longer made. Good MDY288 60 120 photo
6604-173 6604-173 Lot of three BRIDGE CITY squares. 6- one-half inch and 9- one-half inch mitre squares and a try square with 6 inch blade. All are of brass and rosewood construction some tarnish in a few spots to brass and light wear on rosewood. Good MDY289 291 75 150 photo
6604-174 6604-174 Lot of three small BRIDGE CITY squares. HDS-1 and HDS-2 dovetail squares and a TS-3 double square. All with 5 inch brass blades and rosewood handles. Some spots of tarnish to brass especially on HDS-1 light wear. Good MDY287 60 120 photo
6604-175 6604-175 Lot of two BRIDGE CITY bevels. A TB-3 sliding t-bevel with rosewood and brass handle and 12- one-half inch blade clean with light wear. And a TB-1 t-bevel with brass blade and rosewood handle light wear. These ran roughly 120 dollars and 80 dollars each but are discontinued. Good MDY286 304 50 100 photo
6604-176 6604-176 Lot of two marking gauges. A BRIDGE CITY MG-2 which uses steel discs rather than pins clean with light wear. Discontinued but ran 155 dollars new. And an unmarked japanese style one with rosewood head and double stem brass plate and knurled thumbscrew. Blade on either end of each stem in nice shape. Good MDY297 298 75 150 photo
6604-177 6604-177 WILLIAM GREENLIEF log caliper. Has the distinctive bullet-shaped cutout in the brass jaws. Some of Greenliefs calipers have his named spelled Greenleaf and the Greenlief versions seem to be earlier. 42 inch beam darkened and stained but still legible. Brass has tarnish rusty points. Jaws still work fine. Good LEE42 150 300 photo
6604-178 *6604-178 STANLEY No. 240 extensible rule. Extends from 2 feet to 4 feet one of Stanleys less common rules Stanley mark faint. Good SGN300 30 60 photo
6604-179 6604-179 Lot of five English boxwood rules. Four by JOHN RABONE and SONS a Vulcan two-fold two-foot with reverse arched joints a No. 1165 four-fold two-foot blindman a No. 1380 four-fold two-foot and a unbound narrow two-fold two-foot. Plus a E.P. PRESTON unbound two-fold two-foot. Some staining no major damage. Good SGN853 80 150 photo
6604-180 6604-180 STANLEY No. 5 carpenters rule. Type 2 two fold two-foot marked Damaged but looks pretty good to us. Good plus SGN852 80 150 photo
6604-181 6604-181 STANLEY No. 31 folding shrinkage rule. Mark a little faded but undamaged. Good SGN850 50 100 photo
6604-182 6604-182 STANLEY No. 4 extra thin carpenters rule. Two-fold two-foot surface mounted hinge. Slight fading. Good SGN851 80 160 photo
6604-183 6604-183 E.T. BURROWES extensible rule. A four section rule that slides out to 48 inches Patented 3 - 24 - 91 by Edward Burrowes. A rare Burrowes tool. Good overall one worn chip in edge. Good SGN855 60 120 photo
6604-184 6604-184 E.A. STEARNS engineers slide rule. According to Phil Stanley these are the most elaborate rules ever made crammed full of different specialized tables. This Stearns example is a two-foot two fold brass bound. Brass edges rounded some staining but legible has its pins. Good SGN858 70 140 photo
6604-185 6604-185 J. WATTS caliper rule. Two-fold two foot rule by this uncommon early Boston maker. Good SGN854 50 100 photo
6604-186 6604-186 Lot of four STANLEY boxwood rules. A No. 1 two-fold two-foot No. 12 two-fold two-foot caliper No. 94 carriagemakers Stanleys only four-fold four-foot with sweetheart and No. 66- three - fourths four-fold three foot with sweetheart. Some staining but no major damage. Good and better SGN856 80 150 photo
6604-187 6604-187 Lot of four STANLEY boxwood rules. Two No. 26 two-fold two-foot caliper rules one with chip along slide No. 66- three - fourths four-fold three foot with block STANLEY mark super clean and a No. 78- one-half double arched fully bound four-fold two foot with block STANLEY mark. Good and better SGN857 80 160 photo
6604-188 6604-188 PHOENIX CO. locking arm plow plane. Overall clean with two wood thumbscrews to lock arms brass thumbscrew depth stop HATTERSLEY iron. Stamped No. 146 on heel. Some mild pitting on skate. Good RSH54 30 60 photo
6604-189 6604-189 MATHIESON sash filletster. Beech double boxed all wedges look original waxed a few scratches and one brass arm tip a little loose. Good PHE8 80 140 photo
6604-190 6604-190 VARVILL and SONS sash filletster. Single boxed beech body may be recently stained dark with applewood nuts and shoulders one outer nut may be replacement. Good GAN5125 30 60 photo
6604-191 6604-191 JOHN DENISON unhandled screw arm plow plane. B1 mark - 1 star - . Boxwood body and fence nuts look like applewood. Checks in body including large one on toe and staining. A few chips on threads nothing major. BALDWIN TOOL CO cutter. A few cracks in outer nuts one looks repaired. Good- RSH95 30 60 photo
6604-192 6604-192 MACKAY BURLEY and HEYS sliding arm filletster. Boxed brass tipped arms wedges all look original with moderate wear boxing a little loose. Uncommon Glasgow maker. Good PHE6 50 100 photo
6604-193 6604-193 Lot of two small plow planes. Both unmarked. One with 5- one-half inch long body with sliding arms and fence like a plow but a nicker like a dado brass skate and tips. Staining a crack in one arm and some chips on nicker wedge. And a wedge-arm plow with what looks like a fence from a larger plow as its a bit to long for the 6 inch body the sole and skate are compassed overall clean. Good GFR52 54 40 80 photo
6604-194 6604-194 CASEY KITCHEL and CO handled plow plane. Plane made of what looks like a dark rosewood bone tips on all four ends inner nuts have steel edges brass depth stop thumbscrew. Tote has crack but tip ok bone has a few cracks as well. Chip on front end of skate and a few scuffs elsewhere. Skate has pitting. Unfortunately it is missing cutter and wedge but still a nice looking plow. Good JRI78 200 400 photo
6604-195 6604-195 Lot of two wood planes. Both appear to be modified from larger planes. One is a modified rabbet plane cut in half at the blade to make a bullnose with 1 inch cutter and other is a three-eighths inch ogee cut with beech body cut down to 6- one-fourth inches long with fence screwed on. One spot of inactive worm and a few small stains rabbet has moderate staining. Good JBN5 30 60 photo
6604-196 *6604-196 Old womans tooth wooden router. Unmarked rectangular grooved body 6 inches across one-half inch SORBY cutter. A Barwick has stamped his name on it in several areas. Wedge has a chip some wear. Good JBN3 15 30 photo
6604-197 6604-197 Lot of four planes. 2 coffin planes one with 5- three - fourths inch long compassed sole unmarked with five - eights inch MARPLES cutter and other with 7- one-half inch long sole slightly compassed lengthwise by TJ TOLMAN - 2 stars - and 1- one-half inch MOULSON cutter. Plus a chamfer plane by BOOTH BROTHERS Dublin 1- one-half inch unmarked cutter. And a 6 inch long unmarked toothing plane with 2 inch HILDICK toothed cutter grooved sides. All in generally clean with smaller coffin plane having most wear. Good JBN7 40 80 photo
6604-198 6604-198 Lot of five coachmakers planes. One tailed round plane rest unhandled including two hollows with compassed soles one hollow with flat sole and one rabbet. All 3 to 4 inches in length with tailed one 5 inches all unmarked. Some staining on a few. Good NHF350 322 30 60 photo
6604-199 6604-199 Lot of four small coffin planes. Two with coffin soles one width wise and other length wise two with flat soles. All unmarked other than user marks. All have staining and a few chips. One has hole in top of cutter one has GREAVES cutter. Good JBN4 30 60 photo
6604-200 *6604-200 Lot of two small planes. A 4 inch long rabbet plane with brass sole and one-half inch cutter. And a 3- one-half inch long hollow wood has been stained or painted a brown color small crack in sole at throat one-half inch cutter. Good JBN2 20 40 photo
6604-201 *6604-201 Lot of three tailed coachmakers planes. 5 inch long one has one side of blade and body concave and other convex different. Crack in body below tail. 5 inch round and 7 inch rabbet with slightly convex body lengthwise possibly carved from burl. All unmarked with user stamps. Good JBN6 25 50 photo
6604-202 *6604-202 YOUNG and M MASTER ogee plane. A mark - 1 star - . Single boxed has pull hole at toe cuts five - eights inch spring marked. Has chip in sole at toe and a few spots of staining but mostly clean. Good TKY140 25 50 photo
6604-203 6604-203 J. KELLOGG hollow and round planes. Four sets numbers 6 16 18 and 24. Rest are singles for 8 hollow 12 round 14 hollow and 20 hollow. All have holes near toe which could be pull holes but are quite small so may be hang holes. A few have staining and light wear. B mark 12 total. Good GAN226 50 100 photo
6604-204 6604-204 Lot of three S.E. FARRAND planes. A hollow and round pair marked with number 16 1- one-half inch cutters a few stains otherwise in good shape. And a single boxed 1 inch ogee with moderate wear and age checks. Farrand was a planemaker and dealer in Newark NJ - 1 star - . Good TKY142 35 70 photo
6604-205 6604-205 Lot of three user made braces. All have pod bits and pinned rotating heads one chairmakers nicely made with spoon bit in a pod held by a hand-carved thumbscrew 9 inch sweep one with 6 inch sweep friction fit pod with auger bit the third is the most primitive 6 inch sweep with long narrow head friction fit pod with broken off square bit. Good and better CDE964 1696 1699 75 150 photo
6604-206 6604-206 WILLIAM MARPLES Ultimatum brace. The classic Marples ebony Ultimatum. Brass has overall dinging a couple of cracks in the infill big chunk out of the rim of the head. Good- PLH571 80 160 photo
6604-207 6604-207 Lot of four Sheffield style braces. W. MARPLES plated beech body with good ebony head and brass insert D.FLATHER plated beech body with what looks like mahogany head with brass insert two unplated beech one by JOHN WILSON with large pushbutton and cracked rosewood head and the other unsigned with bone or bone button in ebony head with chip. Good and better CDE1715 1748 1763 80 150 photo
6604-208 6604-208 Lot of three Sheffield braces. All beech with rosewood heads. Two plated one ROBERT MARPLES with very worn mark and tight crack in rosewood head one SLATER very clean with rosewood head. And an unplated MOULSON wood worn and head cracked. Good and better CDE1690 1691 50 100 photo
6604-209 6604-209 Lot of two Sheffield braces. One is a MARPLES Ultimatum with what looks like beech infill which is rare but its not in good shape brass badly dinged a couple of big cracks in the infill and a replaced improper head but grip is good. The other is a plated brace of ebony unusual for a non-ultimatum unsigned with pushbutton chuck plating is missing a screw head has crack. Good- JRI182 402 120 200 photo
6604-210 6604-210 C and T PILKINGTON joiners brace. Good clean example of Pilkingtons improved joiners brace beech with good ebony head fancy lever-style chuck. Good plus NHF37 300 600 photo
6604-211 6604-211 Lot of three metal braces. All unmarked two with screw-locking chucks and wooden heads one Taylor-type on which the chuck lever is stuck. Good BKF72 73 74 40 80 photo
6604-212 6604-212 Lot of two patented metal braces. NOBLES 1865 patent with split sleeve chuck held by slip ring rosewood head with edge chips on brass stem 9 inch sweep and a MILLERS FALLS No. 1 with the LYNAM patented ratchet 10 inch sweep with lignum head. The Lynam design was a failure because it did not allow for the chuck to be locked and was produced only between 1871 and 1873. Both patents are rated B in Pearson. Good plus REW37 52 90 150 photo
6604-213 6604-213 Lot of three metal braces. Good clean example of Abel Streeters 1867 patent in unusual 12 inch sweep size with rosewood head and brass stem metal slightly pitted. An armory type with solid metal head and10 inch sweep marked 1952 C 265 and Wall and Co. Ltd. which is a civil engineering firm in Dublin. And one with a Taylor-type spring locking chuck with an unusual brass fillet that operates the chuck. Good and better CDE394 436 911 100 150 photo
6604-214 6604-214 Lot of two metal braces. A MATHIESON hexagonal steel brace with spring operated chuck and rosewood head 9 inch sweep and an unmarked one probably smith made scandinavian style with thumbscrew locking chuck. Good and better CDE416 424 80 140 photo
6604-215 6604-215 ROBINSON patented wrench brace. Patented by Sylvanus Edward Robinson 12 - 25 - 77 and sometimes manufactured by LOWENTRAUT this one is marked Robinson Crank Wrench and Brace Newark NJ on top jaw and there is an R on lower jaw. Brace has dark stained or painted head and grip brass ring at head is cracked and brace loose at grip metal on brace and wrench has pitting jaws slightly sprung some surface rust. Uncommon. Good CDE1969 50 100 photo
6604-216 6604-216 Lot of three metal braces. A ratcheting brace by RIDGE TOOL CO. of St. Louis 10 inch sweep a STANLEY No. 966-10 with sweetheart mark and unmarked 8 inch Bartholomew patent with thumbscrew chuck. Good and better CDE638 711 745 60 100 photo
6604-217 6604-217 THOMSON Scottish brace. Hexagonal iron body lever-action chuck marked by Thomson of Glasgow. Wooden head has tight crack. Unusual to find one of these marked. Good DCR63 50 100 photo
6604-218 6604-218 Armorers brace. Solid brass to avoid sparks unmarked 6 inch sweep. Good plus NHF44 50 100 photo
6604-219 6604-219 J.D. RANDALL leather skiving plane. Heavy duty plane 17- three - fourths inch long solid cast iron with depth stop and wooden handle and knob two blades meeting at 90 degree angle. Randall of Cincinnati was a major manufacturer of tools for the harnessmaking industry. Good CLA128 100 180 photo
6604-220 6604-220 NORRIS infill bench plane. 7- one-half inch sole with tapered sides 2 inch original cutter adjustable infill looks like mahogany. Surface rust on sole otherwise near fine. Good plus CLA62 100 200 photo
6604-221 6604-221 Infill bench plane. Unsigned cast steel shell with infill screwed from sides 8 inch sole with tapered sides 2 inch Ward and Payne cutter with Marples cap iron very nice light mahogany infill small amount of surface rust. Good plus CLA64 100 200 photo
6604-222 6604-222 Infill bench plane. Unsigned but looks like Norris cast iron shell stained hardwood infill with reglued tote 8 inch sole with tapered sides 2 inch Ward and Payne cutter with Robt. Sorby cap iron some surface rust on sole wood has some wear. Good CLA 80 160 photo
6604-223 6604-223 Shooting board plane. Unmarked but looks manufactured. 16 inch sole 2- one-half inch cutter with a lever cap secured by a wingnut offset steel handle. Well made and different. Good plus CLA 90 180 photo
6604-224 6604-224 FALES patent plane body. The basic plane body that forms the heart of the famously complicated combination plane. Think of it as a Fales starter kit. Good RSH2 50 100 photo
6604-225 6604-225 Bullnose infill plane. Gunmetal body with ebony wedge 3- five - eights inch x 1 inch sole. Wedge has a couple of chips and is marked KE 159 user name stamped on body and wedge cutter made from a file. Good CLA488 80 160 photo
6604-226 6604-226 STANLEY No. 212 scraper plane. Script logo T mark on lever cap screw cutter unmarked. Some scratching and rust spots on body and small speck of gold paint on cheek edge sole has some rust and spots of pitting two are small but deep near toe. Japanning 90 percent. Good RML221 300 600 photo
6604-227 6604-227 Lot of two STANLEY No. 18 knuckle joint block planes. A Type 4 with J mark on cutter and a Type 12 with vee mark both in decent shape with nickel wear on lever cap - worse in the Type 4 - . Good PHE3 60 100 photo
6604-228 *6604-228 CRAFTSMAN No. 3732 knuckle joint block plane IOB. Similar to a Stanley No. 18 nickel plating complete with a few spots of rust japanning good a few spots of rust on toe and discoloration on cheeks and sole. Original box intact but has duct tape covering lid except for label. Good BSR605 25 50 photo
6604-229 6604-229 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Has 95 percent japanning and 70 percent of original decal on handle sweetheart mark on cap screw. Clean. Fence is a Sargent replacement. Good plus RBN145 75 150 photo
6604-230 6604-230 STANLEY No. 239 weatherstrip plane. Sweetheart mark japanning touched up no depth stop otherwise good. Good RBN144 75 150 photo
6604-231 6604-231 STANLEY No. 95 edge trimming plane. Later type with notched rectangle mark on body and on cutter japanning 90 percent lever cap screw may be replacement. Good plus RBN147 60 120 photo
6604-232 6604-232 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Early unfenced version with sweetheart marks on both cutters very slight nickel loss along edge. Good plus PTL23 60 120 photo
6604-233 6604-233 Lot of two tools. A miniature nonadjustable wrench with a fold-out screwdriver blade and a pin probably automotive marked MOD 1879 2- one-half inch long lightly pitted. And what looks like the cutter assembly from a croze cast of solid brass with a heavy brass wingnut. Good PRK205 50 100 photo
6604-234 6604-234 Lot of four violin maker tools. Two adjustable clamps one fully metal and other has plastic spring knob both unmarked and gently used. And two turning peg shaves smaller and larger sizes both marked TR inside a diamond. very light surface rust but sharp and appear to work well. Good JBN8 100 200 photo
6604-235 6604-235 Jewelry box. Nicely carved from what looks like tiger oak. Has top compartment with floral motif carved inset in lid mirror on inside lid two drawers and a hidden compartment beneath the drawers in the base. All are lined with red velvet. Very nicely made and in good shape. Good plus SAN206 60 120 photo
6604-236 6604-236 Large machinists chest. Two locks marked GERSTNER but center may be replacement CORBIN lock has no markings and looks like a Gerstner but I cant guarantee it. 11 tin bottom drawers lined with green felt some have newer replaced felt. No mirror or key. AUDELLS machinist handy book in center drawer. Leather handle has wear repaired chip near top compartment a few chips in edges and a couple stains otherwise nice. Good HAN 100 200 photo
6604-237 6604-237 Small wood machinists chest. 14- one-half inch x 9 inch x 7- one-half inch oak chest with brass corners and knobs behind front panel are 5 drawers containing a mix of tools including calipers pliers pocket files a few leatherworking tools and gravers piks thickness gauge etc. Red felt lining looks like recent replacement. Light wear to wood and some of leather on handle is fraying otherwise in nice condition. Chest is unmarked but copper plate on top stamped C.F. Boaz. Has original key that works with lock. Good plus DJS54 75 150 photo
6604-238 6604-238 Lot of two boys tool chests. A BUDDY L tool chest 23 x 11 x 7 inches with red and black paint on outside no inside drawer partial decal of Buddy on inside lid. Various tools inside including 8 bits inside red wood canister panel gauge red wood mallet and two STANLEY tool guide books with various types of Stanley tools and their use on each of the 32 pages one is a little tattered and marked as copywrighted in 1935 by The Stanley Rule and Level Plant the other in better shape but not marked with date. Wear and paint spots on chest and circles drawn on inside lid. Plus a BOYS FAVORITE TOOL CHEST No. 2725S 17 x 9 x 7 inches fingerjointed has most of original decal with some pencil marks on it. Tools inside include hammer saws braces clamp square mallets etc. Some may be original. Box in decent shape except loose hinges. Good- and better RBN13 15 50 100 photo
6604-239 *6604-239 Carpet tack box. 15 inch x 10 inch x 7 inch fingerjointed box with leather handle on lid and various stenciling on the sides. Red label inside lid is for The Plymouth Rock Steel Carpet Tacks by Loring and Parks of Plymouth MA with copyright of 1888. Inside are 6 compartments of varying sizes that have miscellaneous items including 7 inch x 3 inch wood print blocks for letters N P and S two sections of railroad rail for the Ocean Shore Railway and the San Francisco Zoo Train rail. Plus two locks one marked Adlake and what looks like some sort of model of what might be some sort of window sill or glass framing patent model as it is marked Kawneer Pat. and is a 2 inch x 2- one-half inch model of a tiered metal holding piece of glass in place. Good GFR83 30 60 photo
6604-240 6604-240 UNIVERSAL No. 2 food chopper IOB. Large family size manufactured by Landers Frary and Clark of New Britain CT. All parts are very clean but box is very ragged. Good plus REW1972 40 80 photo
6604-241 *6604-241 5 STAR HANDY TOOL IOB. Tool acts as a knife lawn mower sharpener scissor glass cutter and bottle opener. Wire handle has aluminum head and mounted blade. Clean with original instructions box tattered at one end and repaired with tape other end flap detached but present. Good RBN109 20 40 photo
6604-242 6604-242 C.S. OSBORNE home upholstery repair kit IOB. Appears never used with intact original decals and likely from the 1960s green cardboard box has compartments for stretcher tack hammer tack remover to boxes of tacks and two needles plus instruction book and advertising poster. 2 corners torn on lid of box and a little dirty otherwise good. Good plus RBN298 35 70 photo
6604-243 6604-243 Lot of two breast drills. A MILLERS FALLS No. 200 two-speed ratcheting drill with two-position crank handle includes the auxiliary breast plate clamped on for heavy work red paint on gear wheel is worn and a GOODELL-PRATT two-speed looks like a No. 6 red paint and decal on gear wheel unusually good. Both with three jaw chucks. Good plus REW370 404 60 120 photo
6604-244 6604-244 GOODELL-PRATT No. 316 chain drill. Designed to be used with drills that didnt have integral chain drill you loop the chain around the wood being drilled and it helped force the drill through the work. The deluxe model with patented feed rate adjuster. These are usually found in dog meat condition but this is very nice with near perfect japanning and minimal rust. Good plus REW114 50 100 photo
6604-245 6604-245 YANKEE No. 1555 ratcheting two speed breast drill. Manufactured by pre-Stanley North Bros. good japanning on gear wheel but worn on frame one handle some minor surface rust gears unchipped and works smoothly. Three jaw chuck. Good AND15 40 80 photo
6604-246 6604-246 RUSBY patent extendible drill. One of the most gimmicky of the breast drills with its extendible neck to fit into tight locations second type breast pad is missing as it almost always is but otherwise in good condition including often-broken sliding handle catch. Good REW383 40 80 photo
6604-247 6604-247 Lot of two tool handles. One by MILLERS FALLS 7 inch long rosewood handle five tools one jaw chipped but still holds. The other is by BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE 6 inch long beech five tools collar tarnished. Good SGN849 35 70 photo
6604-248 6604-248 Lot of three tools. KEEN KUTTER tool handle super clean example with rosewood handle knurling has one spot where it looks like a pliers was used on it nine tools crowbar has one wing broken. A STANLEY YANKEE No. 251A ratcheting tap wrench like new. Plus were throwing in an unmarked eggbeater style hand drill japanning worn but still works. Good and better HOO38 39 40 80 150 photo
6604-249 6604-249 Lot of two hand drills. Both unmarked single speed with jam-type chucks. One looks like a larger version of the Whitney jewelers drill sold by Tower and Lyon 13 inch long with remnants of silver paint. The other has a solid gear wheel 1 12 inch long with cast iron head with two chips from edge. Good RJS52 53 50 80 photo
6604-250 *6604-250 BOSTON CLIPPER hedge trimmers. Consists of double sided blade on a track that slides along teeth to give a nice straight edge to hedges. Blade attached to brass base with locking thumbscrew springs at one end allow blade to gently stop. Two handles one painted red and other green light wear. Good PKL352 30 60 photo
6604-251 *6604-251 YANKEE No. 131A ratcheting screwdriver. Brass body ok with some slight dinging and one small stain near handle which is worn. Stamped with North Brothers 12 - 1 one-half inch 3 patent date and Made in United States of America instead of USA which makes me believe this is an early version. Good REW1871 30 60 photo
6604-252 6604-252 Yankee Tool Set No. 100 IOB. Wooden case 3 screw drivers and bits. Very clean and complete inside label complete with only a few spots of light dirt. Outside of box relacquered but good. Fine REW1803 60 120 photo
6604-253 6604-253 Lot of three brass shaves. One with repurposed STANLEY blade one with brass thumbscrew locking lever cap all likely user made but very well done. Clean. Good NHF118 119 122 30 60 photo
6604-254 6604-254 Lot of two STANLEY spokeshaves. A No. 52 with sweetheart cutter and lightweight No. 54 with notched rectangle cutter. Both very clean japanning on the 52 about 95 percent. Good plus RSR57 61 50 100 photo
6604-255 6604-255 A.E. JOHNSON No. 7 heel shave. Super clean example of the earliest version of the shave by this uncommon Oxford MA maker. Lamond pp. 78-81. Brass wear plate. Fine RSR113 60 120 photo
6604-256 6604-256 E.C.STEARNS flexible sole shave. Patented by Herbert Coe and manufactured by Stearns. See Lamond page 235. This is the 10 inch version. Super clean japanning has a few flakes. Good plus RSR69 80 160 photo
6604-257 *6604-257 Brass sash shave. Likely user made open rectangular handles with two cutters set at an angle toward the middle number 4 stamped on backside of each five - eights inch cutter. Clean. Good NHF38 25 50 photo
6604-258 6604-258 Lot of two tool handles. One by MILLERS FALLS 6 inch mahogany handle 20 tools very clean but decal worn off and an unmarked Buell Bros. type 5- one-half inch rosewood handle nickel worn seven tools. Good and better RSR88 60 110 photo
6604-259 6604-259 Lot of two YANKEE No. 130A spiral screwdrivers IOB. One is near mint with original set of three bits and original paper the other has wear to the wood finish and four bits and still works smoothly green boxes intact with original Stanley labels. Good and better MKJ264 40 80 photo
6604-260 *6604-260 Lot of two turnscrews. First is 28 inch blade made from a file with Joe Roth stamped near handle beech handle with steel ferrule second is 27 inch unsigned with thinner blade mahogany handle with brass ferrule. Good plus SPM336 30 60 photo
6604-261 6604-261 Archimedean drill. Brass head and knob with elaborate knurling and design 13 inch long iron shaft one-fourth inch circular chuck. Good PLH200X 40 80 photo
6604-262 *6604-262 Lot of two archimedean drills. Both with wood knobs and heads one with smaller screw style chuck and four jewelers bits other has more traditional two jaw chuck. Both with 10 inch iron shafts. Wear to wood. Good ACS85 86 30 60 photo
6604-263 6604-263 Lot of three YANKEE screwdrivers. A No. 133 H IOB near fine with very little wear box tattered but overall ok. A No. 135 with red lacquer nearly gone but rest clean with Phillips head bit. And a No. 30A with light wear and mild tarnish to brass. Good HAN583 40 80 photo
6604-264 *6604-264 Lot of four screwdrivers. Two by GREENLEE including No. 457 ratcheting with light wear on handle but overall clean and No. 447 IOB clean with ligh wear. And two spiral style by GOODELL PRATT both with some wear and tarnish. Good MHT24 30 60 photo
6604-265 6604-265 BRIDGEPORT HARDWARE CO. tool handle. Very uncommon design with a thumbscrew activated chuck clamping the tools in place. 7- one-half inch long handle looks like ash 11 tools included. Good plus DJS178 50 100 photo
6604-266 6604-266 Lot of two tool handles. Short version of the MILLERS FALLS rosewood handle a couple of tight cracks but works smoothly includes six tools. And an unsigned egg-shaped rosewood one that Ive seen before 5 inch long includes 11 tools. Good and better DJS 60 120 photo
6604-267 *6604-267 Lot of three blow torches. One by MONTGOMERY WARD and CO as marked M.W. and CO on burner this was one of the first torches marketed by Montgomery Ward and likely manufactured by Turner Brass Works who had a similar model. Some wear to body and handle rust spots on burner. And a similar one with partial logo for PRENTISS WABERS Preway torch with bakelite handle and knob some scratching to base and light rust. Plus a smaller gold painted alcohol torch by OTTO BERNZ with horizontal burner. Good DCR 30 60 photo
6604-268 6604-268 Lot of five small blow torches. Two brass ones by LENK 5- one-half inch and 6- one-half inch tall both with nearly complete labels and fairly clean. One with a wider base by DUNLAP with complete label and a silver japanned one by FULTON. Plus burner style one by PRECISION SCIENTIFIC CO. Chicago and also marked HUMBOLDT MFG CO. Base painted gold with some staining. Good MHT27 40 80 photo
6604-269 *6604-269 Lot of two alcohol blow torches. One by DUNLAP in original box and protective sleeve with 70 percent of original label. Box has some wear and staining but no major damage. Includes cleaning wire. A few rust spots. And a similar smaller one unmarked nickel plated clean. Good MHT28 20 40 photo
6604-270 *6604-270 Lot of three alcohol burners. A brass Acme Alcohol Torch by JAS. GAFFNEY CO NY. with single tank uncommon. And a nickel plated LENK Automatic Blowtorch No. 66 clean in original tattered cardboard box with directions and cleaning wire. and an unmarked all brass two-tank unit could also be by Lenk. A few dings and mild wear. Good REW1820 30 60 photo
6604-271 6604-271 Lot of three hand scrapers. A STARRETT No. 194 swivel head with a few scrapes to black paint on handles some rust spots looks barely used. An A.E. BENNETT fixed head one of Buffalo NY some mild wear to wood some rust has most of its nickel plating on blade holder. And a fully metal one with DREADNAUGHT cast into red painted body that is bent at nearly 90 degrees and looks designed to be used in a pulling fashion to scrape. About half the paint remaining. Good RML41 44 53 35 70 photo
6604-272 6604-272 STANLEY No. 82 cabinet scraper. Type 1 with split fork handle and no spring adjustment. Some green paint on head and knob japanning nearly complete otherwise some rust on Sweetheart cutter handle has 90 percent of original decal and some dirt or paint specks. Good RML211 40 80 photo
6604-273 *6604-273 STANLEY No. 70 box scraper. SR and L mark with patent date on cutter some rust and pitting on sole crack in handle near ferrule and some staining. Traces of japanning cutter sharp. Good AED49 20 40 photo
6604-274 6604-274 STANLEY No. 85- one-half panel gauge. Made from a beautiful piece of rosewood. Unmarked as usual a few dings and scratches on body one-half inch long chip in opposite end from the scribe brass has a few spots of tarnish otherwise good. Good DJS253 40 80 photo
6604-275 *6604-275 STANLEY No. 83 cabinet scraper. Wide roller looks proper moderate corrosion on cutter nickel 80 percent handles have wear and a few dings. Good SAN269 30 60 photo
6604-276 6604-276 Lot of two brass shaves. One with solid handles marked LEOS with a lion hanghole and user name clean. And one that looks user made with open handles repurposed Stanley cutter the number 2 stamped on underside. Good NHF121 123 30 60 photo
6604-277 6604-277 Brass router. 7- one-half inch brass body looks hand cast with small holes drilled through it presumably to reduce friction. Raised wings on front serve as grip with brass thumbscrew in middle to hold three-eighths inch wide cutter. Some moderate tarnish. Good NHF39 30 60 photo
6604-278 *6604-278 Homemade scraper. Small handheld scraper that consists of 3 inch x 1- one-half inch wood block with repurposed E.C. Atkins cutter inserted. Different. Good AED42 20 40 photo
6604-279 *6604-279 STANLEY No. 81 cabinet scraper. Nickel plating good except for wear on handles. Rosewood sole might be replacement. Some spots of rust. Good SAN297 30 60 photo
6604-280 6604-280 Rams horn scraper. Very unusual and nicely made beech with what looks like a maple laminate base with semi-circular steel plate blade clamped by hand-forged wing-nuts. 1 12 inch across. Good plus DTN294 60 120 photo
6604-281 6604-281 Lot of two wooden scrapers. Both user made and well done one is oak with steel sole and clamping plate the other has a concave steel sole open throat and wooden wedge AB initials both 11- one-fourth inch across. Good plus REW1413 1416 50 100 photo
6604-282 6604-282 Lot of two cabinet scrapers. Both unsigned and user made. One has a single handle made of laminated mahogany and maple 8- one-fourth inch long blade clamped in a steel sole held by a brass wingnut the other is two handled oak with steel sole and clamp plates 1 1 inch across. Good plus REW1411 1414 80 160 photo
6604-283 6604-283 User-made router. Rectangular body 6 inch x 2- one-half inch brass plate with well made cutter adjustment. Nicely made. Fine PLH96X 50 100 photo
6604-284 *6604-284 Lot of two STANLEY No. 25 bevels. Both with 8 inch blades with sweetheart marks one has partial decal on one handle other has 90 percent decal. Some tarnish to brass and a few spots of surface rust. Good OVR113 30 60 photo
6604-285 6604-285 Leather burnisher. Shaped like a drawknife 16 inch across cast iron with head wrapped with level turned wooden handles. Good MKJ262 30 60 photo
6604-286 6604-286 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane. Stamped with Pat Apd For and script logo on skate looks to be all there and has 4 cutter sets in original boxes with labels nearly complete except for Set 2 which is about 60 percent. plane has most of its nickel with only a few spots of flaking including side handle. Wood good other than minor wear. Has reproduction instruction booklet. Inside very well constructed fingerjointed box with hinged lid and latch and top handle. Some water stains on box otherwise ok. Good FNK3 200 400 photo
6604-287 6604-287 STANLEY No. 45 plane. Looks to be a Type 4 with patent date on skate and on slitter. Looks to be all there including screwdriver and 17 cutters in wood box with old advertisement for the No. 45 glued to it as well as a couple nickers nailed to it. Plane is clean with majority of nickel plating stored inside nicely dovetailed user made box with light wear. Good plus AND13 100 200 photo
6604-288 6604-288 FULTON No. 5329 combination plane IOB. Shows little use with 95 percent nickel plating a few spots of light pitting wood ok cutters in cloth roll looks to be complete. Box has about 60 percent of original label some clear tape holding it on wear significant wear on lid. Good BSR633 50 100 photo
6604-289 6604-289 WARDS MASTER No. 45 combination plane. Made by Stanley for Montgomery Wards and identical to the Stanley No. 45. Later type looks to be all there except short rods nickel plating 80 percent some spots of rust. Has extra depth stop with it that looks from a dado plus two extra fences from dado plane. Three cutter sets in original wood box and another set in user made wood holder. All are inside user made box looks like pine. Good NHF187 60 120 photo
6604-290 *6604-290 STANLEY Two-Tone smoothing plane IOB. Red and yellow japanning nearly complete some light flaking of wood lacquer small chip off end of tote small ding in one cheek. Box is in tattered pieces but most is there. Good - plane only - LTL 30 60 photo
6604-291 6604-291 STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scraper IOB. Sweetheart mark on tension bar and cutter has 95 percent of original decal above thumbscrew japanning nearly complete very light rust on a few spots of sole. Box has some wear and tear to paper wrap on lid box is a bit bent and two split corners label 80 percent. Good plus RML237 35 70 photo
6604-292 6604-292 STANLEY No. 5- one-fourth junior jack plane IOB. Later type looks never used a little roughness to lacquer a couple spots of light rust on cutter and lever cap. Box is side flap style with notched rectangle black and yellow label light wear. Comes with instruction book a few pages have tore away from staples. Good plus RML233 40 80 photo
6604-293 6604-293 STANLEY Victor No. 1105 jack plane IOB. Plane in good condition japanning may be touched up in a few spots a couple small chips at end of tote. Box has a few split corners label mostly there with pencil writing on it. Good plus LTL 40 80 photo
6604-294 6604-294 STARRETT No. 194 universal scraper IOB. Near mint with a few small surface rust spots looks unused. Box has a few splits and small gouge in lid but good label Fine RML241 40 80 photo
6604-295 6604-295 CHASE-HOLBROOK fly-tyers vise IOB. Made by the R.S. Chase Co. of Boston like new in undamaged box with good label and original instructions. Fine MKJ252 50 100 photo
6604-296 *6604-296 STANLEY No. 75 rabbet plane IOB Made in England. Japanning 95 percent box decent metal clean. Good plus RJR48 20 40 photo
6604-297 6604-297 Lot of two STANLEY No. 100- one-half block planes IOB. Notched rectangle marks on both cutters red lever caps some light surface rust japanning nearly perfect boxes have original waxed paper and Type 8 labels one split seam. Good plus RSR112 80 160 photo
6604-298 *6604-298 Lot of two BUCK cutters in box. A 1- one-fourth inch round cutter marked BUCK BROTHERS and a 1- one-half inch cutter marked CHARLES BUCK both inside Charles Buck box for 1- one-half inch irons with some wear to lid and about 70 percent label intact. Good RBN94 20 40 photo
6604-299 6604-299 Lot of two bench planes. A STANLEY No. 6C Type 10 japanning retouched tote good and knob has light dinging some surface rust. And a UNION No. 8 with Stanley cutter lever cap chipped on bottom japanning repainted tote cracked and tip sheared off knob has W carved into it and some dings. A few rust spots. Good- and better JPR52 57 40 80 photo
6604-300 6604-300 Lot of four STANLEY smoothing planes. A No. 3 later type with orange kidney hole lever cap japanning ok. And two No. 4s one has sweetheart cutter and one patent date behind frog corrugated sole and 80 percent japanning one is more modern with some nickel loss on lever cap but japanning 95 percent. Plus a Defiance line equivalent of the No. 3 in good overall condition. Some surface pitting and rust spots on most. Decent users. Good MRA147 155 156 157 50 100 photo
6604-301 6604-301 STANLEY Bedrock No. 605- one-half plane. Type 3 with rounded sides B casting marks 1892 patent cutter. SR and L lever cap. Japanning may be retouched not sure. Wood good a few discoloration spots on metal tote has number 700 stamped into side. Good DOR230 100 200 photo
6604-302 6604-302 STANLEY No. 148 match plane. seven-eighths inch in clean condition with 90 percent nickel plating notched rectangle mark on tongue cutter some light pitting in a few spots. Good plus DOR222 40 80 photo
6604-303 6604-303 STANLEY No. 48 swinging fence match plane. Nickel plated version with only slight loss of nickel otherwise nice and clean. Cutters look proper. Good DOR231 40 80 photo
6604-304 6604-304 Lot of two WINCHESTER bench planes. A No. 3010 and No. 3015 both with proper cutters and lever caps with partial red japanning rest of japanning looks retouched on both. Wood has some wear and dinging and crack at base of knob of 3015. Some light pitting and discoloration. Good DOR233 60 120 photo
6604-305 6604-305 Lot of two possibly CRESSON saws. The unique facet of these saws is the iron plate protecting the handle and the domed nuts. Both have very faint etches that include the word Standard larger one also says London Spring Steel. Ive seen a similar design on saws by Walter Cresson a Philadelphia contemporary of Henry Disston. One is 26 inch 8- one-half ppi rip walnut handle with a couple of chips but no major damage straight-sided steel dome nuts. The other is 28 inch 4- one-half ppi rip beech handle with one large chip from top horn nuts are brass and rounded. Good LHD107 100 180 photo
6604-306 6604-306 Lot of two SIMONDS saws. A 26 inch Simonds No. 51 with clear etch handle good with a few dings 10 tpi could use sharpening. And a 18 inch with faint BAY STATE SAW WORKS etch which were Simonds mid-grade saws after acquiring the company in the late 1870s. 7 tpi handle good but relacquered letter A stamped between medallion and middle nut. Spot of rust near nib. Good BFS312 313 30 60 photo
6604-307 6604-307 Lot of two saws. A 22 inch crosscut saw by BOSTON SAW CO. with light etch 11 tpi handle has some scuffs with chips to horns a few spots of mild pitting. And a 10 inch backsaw by DISSTON and SONS brass backed with Philad a U.S.A. underneath the Disston stamp on backing. Has Disston and Sons medallion. Some tarnish and scratching to brass handle has repaired crack and a few dings. User stamp. Mild pitting on blade. Good BFS310 311 50 100 photo
6604-308 6604-308 DISSTON backsaw. 14 inch 14 tpi old style handle with deep notch and chip from top horn very clean medallion. Good JRI1290 40 80 photo
6604-309 6604-309 DISSTON and SONS dovetail saw. Open handle steel backed 8 inch blade has some mild pitting crack in top horn and some staining on handle. Disston and Sons medallion. Good RBN160 40 80 photo
6604-310 *6604-310 Lot of two dovetail saws. One with straight handle 6- one-half inch blade unmarked but looks manufactured a few light rust spots but overall clean. And one that looks user made with laminated 8 inch handle and 6- one-half inch blade held in place with brass backing and hex screws. Good MDY358 20 40 photo
6604-311 *6604-311 Lot of two fret saws. Both aluminum frames. A No. 130 by ABEL with 4- one-half inch blade 6 inch frame handle has small scuff screws rusty. Other by GARRETT WADE with 4 inch blade and 12 inch frame handle good. Good MDY356 25 50 photo
6604-312 6604-312 Lot of two DISSTON No. 4 backsaws. An older 1 12 inch model top horn chipped etch legible and a later 14 inch model handle has some wear but intact good etch. Good JAR554 555 50 100 photo
6604-313 6604-313 Lot of six saws. A PENNSYLVANIA SAW CORPORATION 14 inch backsaw with some light surface rust and dirt but good handle. Two 26 inch DISSTON crosscut D-23 and a D-8 with thumbhole both with discolored blades etches light chips and wear on handles. A 26 inch ATKINS No. 54 with faint etch handle has moderate wear but no major damage. An unmarked 20 inch with rusty discolored blade and wear on handle. Plus one that looks similar to a DISSTON No. 29 combination saw but has no etch other than the rule on both sides 25 inch blade scratch awl missing handle has staining and blade has light rust. Good - and better HOO12 21 60 120 photo
6604-314 6604-314 Lot of three saws. A HENRY DISSTON and SON No. 7 26 inch with 7 tpi visible etch but staining on blade a few spots of rust handle ok with light wear and user initials punched in one side. One with illegible etch plate on handle horns broken off and smoothed down 26 inch with 8 tpi. And a 24 inch BAY STATE SAW WORKS blade has some discoloration but fairly clean no visible etch wheatsheaf handle ok with a small chip in top horn. Plus a leather saw case by BUCKINGHAM model 6221 28 inches long some staining and water damage. Good TKY139 35 70 photo
6604-315 6604-315 Bow saw. Walnut frame 29 x 15 inches nice twine tensioner and rod 17 inch blade. Handles have a few stains and crack in one. Scratch or two but otherwise very nice. Good JSW31 30 60 photo
6604-316 6604-316 UNION adjustable hack saw. Clean with majority of nickel plating with a little wear on adjustment bar handle has light wear but good KRON 12 inch blade. Good plus AND16 30 60 photo
6604-317 6604-317 Ice saw. 26 inch iron blade with 1 tpi characteristic tooth pattern for ice saw. Metal handle has cast name that looks like Bodenstein. Traces of red paint. Good AND21 30 60 photo
6604-318 6604-318 Lot of two lettering sets. A KEUFFEL and ESSER Doric No. 61 looks barely used and complete a few spots of rust on pencil holder. Label has a couple stains wood box ok inside original pasteboard box. And a STAEDTLER MARS No. 975-12LM set never used in case and includes several pens lettering guides ink compass adapter etc. In original pasteboard box that has some wear on edges but intact has purchase price tag of 358 dollars. Plus were throwing in a DIETZGEN Excello No. 4632 straight edge in original box 19 inches long near mint. Good plus and better WFN21 22 23 125 250 photo
6604-319 6604-319 BROWN and SHARPE machinist kit IOB. 7 pieces including calipers dividers center finder steel rule and hardbound book in nice 15 inch x 8 inch fingerjointed box with latches looks never used. Beyond some scuffs and a chip to outside of case the kit is near mint. Fine FNK6 40 80 photo
6604-320 6604-320 Hand-forged adjustable dividers. 15 long with a sliding locking arm very well made. Good plus REW971 50 100 photo
6604-321 *6604-321 Dancing leg calipers. 3- one-half inches long a couple spots of surface discoloration brass rivet in center nicely made. Good DCR199 25 50 photo
6604-322 6604-322 Large brass trammel points . 3 inch long square brass bodies with 3 inch steel points both with pencil holders through the body in front. Clean with just a few spots of rust on points. Good PTL5 35 70 photo
6604-323 6604-323 UNION TOOL CO. Shaver patent bevel and protractor. Uncommon tool marked with Shavers 6 - 11 - 18 patent clean with majority of japanning and only one spot of rust on protractor. Scrape on backside arm. Good DJS54B 75 150 photo
6604-324 6604-324 Lot of two travelers. Both user made one with a solid disk and pointer of sheet metal and turned wooden handle the other is wrought iron with looped iron handle. Good BDE15 50 100 photo
6604-325 6604-325 STRATTON BROS. No. 1 brassbound rosewood level. 28 inch rosewood version with two patent dates brass has a few spots of tarnish a few dings and one small chip in wood. Plumb vial cracked but level vial wet. Good LHD63 40 80 photo
6604-326 6604-326 Lot of two travelers. Both fully metal one by WILEY and RUSSELL marked Green River Tire Wheel a few spots of rust and flaking. And unmarked one with twisted handle unruled possibly user made. Good DGO4 35 70 photo
6604-327 6604-327 Brass square. Brass blade and brass edged handle of what looks like mahogany or light colored rosewood unmarked and possibly user made. User name etched in one edge of handle. Some tarnish to brass and small chip in wood around one brass peg. Level in handle looks like newer replacement. Good PNG49 40 80 photo
6604-328 6604-328 Brass trammel points. Bell shaped cutout style 5 inches long by 2 inches wide with knurled locking thumbscrews. One has pencil holder on side. Piece of yardstick as a keeper. Unmarked. Good LEE138 30 60 photo
6604-329 *6604-329 Caliper trammel points. Look like STARRETT No. 59 with the caliper legs inserted no divider points both have surface rust. Good DOR192 25 50 photo
6604-330 6604-330 Brass wheel traveler. Unmarked except for Patent with numbering on one side one brass pointer with handwrought iron handle and second pointer. Nicely made a few spots of rust and dinging but overall clean. Good plus DJS139 40 80 photo
6604-331 6604-331 Modified DAVIS No. 8 level. Someone cut out the midsection of a No. 8 level by Robinson japanning 70 percent one corner has soldered repair. Vial wet. Good- LHD70 30 60 photo
6604-332 6604-332 Lot of two brass trammel point sets. Unmarked set with square bodies and steel knurled thumbscrews some light dinging but overall nice. And a STANLEY No. 2 pair in good condition with both shoes. Good plus RSR146 35 70 photo
6604-333 6604-333 Drafting kit. Unmarked set with 12 brass and steel pieces plus brass protractor and an extra plastic protractor. Inside wooden box with lift-out tray and compartment underneath. Has lock but no key. Good DJS339 40 80 photo
6604-334 *6604-334 J RABONE and SONS pocket level. 3 inches with slot and screw to attach to rule or square steel body with brass top plate yellow vial slight tarnish. Good UNK 30 60 photo
6604-335 *6604-335 Brass protractor. 3- three - fourths inches wide ruled but unmarked a few spots of tarnish. Good VTO63 10 20 photo
6604-336 6604-336 SAWYER TOOL MFG CO steel rule set. 3 inch 4 inch 6 inch 9 inch and 12 inch rules in slotted rosewood holder that hold 3 more rules not present. All etched in cursive with company name and Fitchburg Mass USA. Rules have some spots of surface discoloration rosewood has a few stains but overall nice. Good DST595 30 60 photo
6604-337 *6604-337 Laminated square. Looks like alternating boxwood and rosewood layers on both stem and blade hanghole at end unmarked and nicely made with some wear. Good DJS210 20 40 photo
6604-338 6604-338 Artillery level. Unmarked except for A-182590 4- one-half inch long level with rotating brass vial cover and inside metal case with 10 inch base. Vial wet. Good HOO15 40 80 photo
6604-339 6604-339 Lot of two STRATTON BROS. levels. A brass-bound No. 1 26 inch in mahogany 26 inch and an unbound No. 2 24 inch mahogany. Strattons mahogany levels are rarer than the rosewood models. Good and better SGN840 60 100 photo
6604-340 6604-340 Lot of two STANLEY No. 208 boxes of 3 inch level vials. Both boxes originally held a dozen one now has five and the other four plus a 2 inch. Boxes complete with one Type 7 and one Type 10 labels original sawdust. Good RBN101 103 50 80 photo
6604-341 6604-341 Two boxes of STANLEY proved level vials. Both in wooden finger-jointed box with Type 6 labels - faded but complete - only one has sliding lid. One is for 2- one-half inch vials but it actually contains 20 vials of varying lengths up to 3- one-half inch no sawdust. The other is for 1- one-half inch vials and actually contains 14 shorter vials of different lengths in original sawdust. Good BFB95 60 120 photo
6604-342 6604-342 Lot of two levels. Near mint example of L.S. STARRETT No. 133B engineers and plumbers level the 15 inch version of Starretts classic inclinometer with only minor damage to japanning. Starrett is still making these and you can buy a brand new one for around 400 dollars. Plus were throwing in a nice example of a STANLEY No. 3 carpenters level with sweetheart mark. Good plus AND18 19 100 150 photo
6604-343 6604-343 British adjustable level. Unsigned but weve seen several of these. Mahogany 1 12 inch full brass top plate and ends fancy cutout for plumb vial adjustable foot to level uneven surfaces. theres a hole in one end plate that looks intentional. Level vial replaced. Good- PKL 30 60 photo
6604-344 6604-344 MARSHALL Scottish level. 10 inch ebony with full brass top plate and feet rounded ends brass patinated but no damage marked Marshall Glasglow Warranted Good JRI221 60 100 photo
6604-345 6604-345 Lot of two cast iron levels. One marked OSKO Level a maker Im not familiar with maybe European 23- one-half inch x 1- seven-eighths inch green japanning and an 18 inch MILLERS FALLS Type 2. Japanning has moderate wear and theres some surface rust mostly on the OSKO but no damage to the cast iron and all corners intact. Good and better SGN841 60 100 photo
6604-346 6604-346 MERRIMAN adjustable level. Patented 10 - 31 - 1911 by Frederick Merrimen of Alameda CA and manufactured by the Plomb Tool Co. of Los Angeles. Designed to be attached to a separate stock the vial rotates and clicks into position at 30 45 60 and 90 degrees. Sheet metal with some surface corrosion. A very uncommon level. Good SGN842 60 120 photo
6604-347 6604-347 Brass bench level. 5 inches brass flat bottomed body with green-lined vial marked only D. Lyon it its original turned boxwood container. Good plus PLH257X 60 120 photo
6604-348 6604-348 Lot of two STANLEY TOOLS IOB. 34V eclipse level near mint with instructions intact box with Type 6B label and a set of six No. 22 dowel pointers individual wrapped in original paper some nickel loss intact box with Type 10 label. Good plus RSR111 90 150 photo
6604-349 6604-349 Lot of two STANLEY levels. A No. 30 cherry adjustable in very nice condition with vee trademark and a No. 90 mahogany with overall wear but no major damage. Both 28 inch. Good and better LHD105 40 80 photo
6604-350 6604-350 Lot of two STANLEY levels. A No. 50 with adjustable side vials cherry 26 inch and a No. 2 30 inch mahogany missing one of its two adjustment covers. Wood on both has worn edges but no damage. Good SGN839 40 70 photo
6604-351 6604-351 Lot of two wooden levels. A very clean DISSTON rosewood brass-bound 24 inch x 2 inch tall based on William Disstons 10 - 29 - 12 design patent and 24 inch STANDARD RULE single vial worn but undamaged. Good and better SGN838 60 100 photo
6604-352 6604-352 STRATTON BROS. No. 1 brassbound rosewood level. One of the most attractive levels ever made this is the earliest version with just the 1872 patent 26 inch wood has some wear and a couple of scratches on one side but nothing major vials wet. Good plus LHD102 50 100 photo
6604-353 6604-353 J.W. ANDREWS wooden level. Nice example of the Hudson Valley style by this early Albany maker 27 inch mahogany two side-mounted adjustable vials one with Andrews name and eagle mark plus top vial. Edges a little rounded but no damage. Good SGN637 50 100 photo
6604-354 6604-354 Lot of four wooden levels. BAKER MCMILLEN 26 inch early type with single level vial and plumb no tips JOHN S. RABONE 24-one half -inch single level and plumb vials and two by H. CHAPIN and SONS both with single plumb and level vials one 28 inch and one nice 30 inch with brass tips. All wood is at least good all vials original and wet. Good and better SGN837 60 120 photo
6604-355 *6604-355 Surface gauge. Unmarked but likely by STARRET missing one screw in base and some surface rust. Good MRA27 30 60 photo
6604-356 *6604-356 Lot of two STANLEY levels. A 26 inch No. 3 sweetheart mark brass tarnished and heavily stained and dinged but still has 95 percent of label on top vials wet. And a 16 inch No. 104- one-half also with sweetheart mark and wet vials brass tarnished and some paint and staining on wood has 85 percent of label on top. Good- HOO19 30 60 photo
6604-357 6604-357 STANLEY No. 24 bevel square. Early type possibly Type 2 as it has slotted blade and faint patent date on walnut handle 10 inch version mild pitting on blade. Good LHD66 35 70 photo
6604-358 6604-358 Lot of six plumb bobs. Three brass carrot shaped between 5 inch and 4 inch in length including one that looks fairly new and shiny and another by DIETZGEN an unusual 2- one-half inch square shaped steel one and two other steel ones around 3 inches including one with knurling around top and middle. A few rust spots. Good NW853 838 1138 1141 1142 1190 35 70 photo
6604-359 6604-359 Lot of plumb bobs. Six total. Two steel pencil shaped ones both 4 inches a nearly 7 inch conical brass one and smaller 4- one-half MILLERS FALLS and 5 inch STARRETT conical steel ones. And a 3 inch brass torpedo shaped one. Most have surface rust. Good NW845 1109 1116 1189 1227 1237 40 80 photo
6604-360 6604-360 STANLEY No. 24 bevel square. Early type with slotted blade and faint patent date on rosewood handle 8 inch version mild pitting on blade. Good LHD64 40 80 photo
6604-361 *6604-361 Draw gauge. Unmarked brass and rosewood style with 32 and 33 stamped on underside. Wear to wood and tarnish to brass no blade rust. Good- RML30 20 40 photo
6604-362 6604-362 STANLEY No. 25 bevel. 8 inch version Type 1 with brass wingnut good rosewood handle blade has mild pitting. Good LHD65 40 80 photo
6604-363 6604-363 Lot of two marking gauges. One is unmarked double stem and looks similar to the Stanley No. 71 and a rosewood mortise and marking gauge by MARPLES with some tarnish to brass and wear on wood. Points ok on both. Good NHN12 27 30 60 photo
6604-364 6604-364 P. SARGENT quirk lying ogee with bevel. 3 inch profile 15 inch solid double boxed good tote. Sargents A mark - two stars - . Cutter has a mark that looks like Ullia Mash and Co. slightly spalled. Plane body in immaculate condition. Good plus GFR 80 160 photo
6604-365 6604-365 ISRAEL WHITE quirk ovolo with bead. 2 inch profile double boxed with rosewood BUCK BROS. cutter 13- one-half inch sole good tote. Whites L mark with SL journeyman mark. Tight check in toe. Good GAN57 50 100 photo
6604-366 6604-366 GABRIEL badger plane. 14 inch sole 2- one-eighths inch skewed WARD cutter unusual wooden depth stop two holes that may have attached a fence chip from tote. Good JSW23 50 100 photo
6604-367 6604-367 R.W. HENDRICKSON panel raiser. 2- three-eighths inch skewed DWIGHTS FRENCH cutter light wear and a few old chips on edge of tote 15- one-half inches long. A couple of age checks. Hendrickson made planes and ran a shop in New York City 1859-1870 this is the 2 star mark. Good GAN 40 80 photo
6604-368 6604-368 ATKIN and SONS witchet. Also known as a rounding plane or adjustable rounder. Very nice condition 1 12 inch long with a 3- one-fourth inch cutter two turned adjusting screws with minimal chipping to threads marked with Atkins name on both halves and the cutter. Good plus REW1455 80 160 photo
6604-369 6604-369 Interchangeable sole plane. Unsigned 15- one-half inch sole has two soles one flat and one slightly concave and marked 6 strike button good tote. Plane is unsigned but the matching cutters are Ohio Tool Co. Good HOO47 50 100 photo
6604-370 6604-370 S. F. WILLARD matched set of table hollow and round. Both with integral fence cut 1- three - fourths inch. Bodies are clean with some mild wear and scratching dings on heel. Willard made planes in Roxton Pond Quebec in the late 1800s. Good UNK 30 60 photo
6604-371 6604-371 Lot of four molding planes. A three - fourths inch hollow by GREENFIELD TOOL and an unmarked single boxed snipe bill plane both with moderate wear and dinging. And a seven-sixteenths side bead looks like GREENSLADE but is overstamped single boxing cracked and stained plane worn with inactive wood. Plus a five - eights inch center bead by BENSEN and CRANNELL double boxed with chipping body has stains and wear. Small hole drilled in heel. Good- and better HOO44 40 80 photo
6604-372 6604-372 Lot of four English molding planes. 1- three - fourths inch ogee by HEATHCOTT and LINLEY single boxed and spring marked. Two bevel ogees by KING and CO. and KING and PEACH 2 inch and 1- three - fourths inch both single boxed. And a 2- one-fourth inch bead fillet scotia triple boxed but center boxing half gone by WATKINS SALOP rope hole. All have some wear and user stamps a few are large. Good CLA804A 50 100 photo
6604-373 6604-373 Lot of five English molding planes. A quirk cove by MANNERS two scotia astregal by S. ROWELL and MIDDLETON and three-sixteenths inch and five-sixteenths inch boxed side beads by BEWLEY. Moderate wear on all user stamps with a few large. Good CLA804B 40 80 photo
6604-374 *6604-374 Lot of three molding planes. A HOWLAND hollow and round pair 1- one-sixteenths inch cutters heels marked with 14 and No. 180. A few spots of staining wedges and cutters ok. And an E. T. BURROWES CO. three-eighths inch hollow for fitting Burrowes patent sliding screens with instructions printed on thin board nailed to side of plane. Good RYP312 RYPG1 20 40 photo
6604-375 6604-375 O.R. CHAPLIN patent jointer plane. An unmarked example of Chaplins patent in the uncommon 24 inch jointer length with corrugations cast into sole and bed unmarked cutter. Plastic tote a little loose nickel plating flaking on cap iron. Someone screwed in a spirit level into the front part of the bed behind the knob. Two holes drilled in sole behind tote. Could use a cleaning. Good COL225 40 80 photo
6604-376 6604-376 SIEGLEY No. 7 jointer plane. Light surface rust japanning 80 percent. Could use a cleaning wood has some wear and dings. Corrugated sole has a few spots of pitting. An unusual jointer for the Siegley enthusiast who has everything. Good COL227 30 60 photo
6604-377 6604-377 STANLEY Bedrock No. 605- one-halfC plane. Extra wide version of the Bed Rock jack plane. Type 4 with patent date cutter B casting mark on frog and lever cap. Cap also has 5- one-half cast on underside. Lateral has patent date. Japanning 80 percent some rust tote has been skillfully reglued knob ok lever cap has chip on bottom right corner cutter has nick. Could use a cleaning. Good DOR229 100 200 photo
6604-378 6604-378 STANLEY No. 4- one-half plane. Later type with notched rectangle mark on lever cap and cutter kidney shaped hole lever cap plastic frog adjustment screw. Tall knob and tote ok with light wear. Japanning 95 percent surface rust. Good OVR143 60 120 photo
6604-379 6604-379 Lot of two STANLEY No. 4 sized planes. A later type No. 4C with notched rectangle and kidney shaped hole lever cap tall knob cutter unmarked japanning 85 percent tote a little loose. Few small spots of red paint. And a Type 9 No. 4- one-halfC patent date on cutter tote has some chips on one side and reglued near base dings to knob and cheeks. Lever cap is plain with small chip at end. Good- and better ESY77 70 120 photo
6604-380 *6604-380 Lot of two smoothing planes. A later type STANLEY No. 3 body with a Birmingham B Plane cutter and Bedrock lever cap. Wood ok metal has surface rust. And a CRAFTSMAN No. 4C size with chip in front cheek japanning ok but has paint splotches surface rust wood ok. Good- VTD251 20 40 photo
6604-381 6604-381 EDWIN HAHN No. 14 jointer plane. Hahn worked in Wilkes-Barre and may have had a connection with Siegley. This one has a corrugated 23-and-a-half inch sole and Hahns distinctive lateral adjustment. Slight wear to edge of tote bed looks repainted. A rare plane. Good COL252 100 150 photo
6604-382 6604-382 TOWER and LYON corrugated sole jointer plane. With corrugations cast into the 22 inch sole. Original cutter clearly marked with both O.R. Chaplins 1872 patent for the plane design and John Towers 1876 patent for the tote. Very clean example of an uncommon plane. Good plus COL253 100 150 photo
6604-383 6604-383 Lot of three STANLEY secondary line planes. Two FOURSQUARE planes Nos. 1104 and 1105 the 1104 has a badly reglued tote and both cutters slightly spalled. And a DEFIANCE jack plane in very clean condition slight loss of grey japanning. Good and better BSR131 60 120 photo
6604-384 6604-384 Lot of two STANLEY planes. No 148 match plane very clean nickel intact sweetheart on tongue cutter and vee on cap screw. And a No. 4 bench plane Type 14 with third sweetheart reglued tote with partial decal. Good and better PHE2 4 80 150 photo
6604-385 6604-385 STANLEY No. 72 chamfer plane. Early type with japanned thumbscrew. Cutter might have patent date but too faint to read. Japanning 90 percent and not repainted wood fine. Good plus OVR99 200 400 photo
6604-386 6604-386 STANLEY No. 113 flexible sole plane. Type 1 front knob very worn but undamaged japanning about 75 percent proper cutter with marking faint but just legible. Good LEE914 100 200 photo
6604-387 6604-387 STANLEY No. 2C corrugated sole bench plane. Type 10 or thereabouts with T mark. No number cast into the bed which is the case with some No. 2s. Body clean but has chip at base of knob and repaired crack in tote. Good plus BSR531 200 400 photo
6604-388 6604-388 STANLEY No. 2 bench plane. Late type with orange mark on lever cap and notched rectangle on cutter. Varnish worn but wood undamaged light surface rust. Good BSR526 100 200 photo
6604-389 6604-389 Lot of two STANLEY bench planes. A BEDROCK No. 603 looks like Type 5 but with low knob - cracked - and sweetheart cutter light surface rust good tote. And were throwing in a DEFIANCE No 3 type varnish mostly worn off tote and knob but undamaged. Good HOO22 25 120 160 photo
6604-390 *6604-390 STANLEY claw hammer. 28 oz hammer notched rectangle mark on cheek with 40-28-oz below. Some dinging but face pretty good handle lightly worn and marked Witte 33-LH a few specks of paint. Good NW745 20 40 photo
6604-391 6604-391 H. CHENEY claw hammer. Smaller size about 4- one-half inches wide with 1 inch face stamped H. Cheney Hammer Co. Tool Steel on cheek near neck but the H. Cheney part is faint. Head is very slightly used handle looks original with some wear and small crack near top. Stains and letter N carved into it. Some dings to metal and chip at top of face. Good REW1346 30 60 photo
6604-392 6604-392 Lot of two claw hammers. A CHENEY patented nail holder hammer like new except for some traces of surface rust and a small MAYDOLE shaped like a framing hammer but only 9 inch long with light head. Both have nice tight original handles some paint splatters on the Maydole. Good and better SGN845 40 80 photo
6604-393 6604-393 Lot of two tack hammers. One by C.S.Osborne with hickory inlaid handle the other is from Harrison NJ but the name is obscured by surface rust good rosewood inlaid handle. Apart from cleanable surface rust but in very good undamaged condition. Good SGN846 40 80 photo
6604-394 6604-394 Lot of four hammers. A HOBBS patent crate opener marked Wrigleys Nips - Candy Coated Gum - a cigar cutter hammer marked Greenville Cigar Mfg Co. top half of a ROBERTSON patent bill posting hammer perfect if you happen to have the bottom and a strapped tack hammer probably user made. Good SGN847 40 80 photo
6604-395 6604-395 Lot of hammers. Two cobblers hammers one by HAMMOND of Philadelphia the other unmarked a STANLEY No. 91- one-half 16 oz framing hammer the head of a nail starter hammer an paving hammer a plain-faced claw hammer a tack hammer with remnants of a decal and as a bonus a bed wrench. Mixed MRA various 60 100 photo
6604-396 6604-396 Goosewing axe. Touchstamp is letters FGF around a goatÍs head 13- one-fourth inch edge has a few nicks some surface rust. 21 inch handle has some mild wear and a few chips. Left handed. Good REW1736 50 100 photo
6604-397 6604-397 D. I. PACKER broad axe. Woodbury NJ maker of edge tools in the mid-1800s. 9 inch blade double sided still sharp with no nicks. 8 inch handle is original or old well-patinated replacement. Good plus ASG19 60 120 photo
6604-398 6604-398 HACKDEVIL adze. 4 inch edge 10 inch long body marked with E5865 some rust and wear but edge sharp. Slightly curved 27 inch handle has some light wear and some staining. Comes with protective leather sheath. Good MRA25 30 60 photo
6604-399 6604-399 UNDERHILL EDGE TOOL CO. slick. 3 inch wide sharp edge 28 inch long total including 13 inch nicely turned handle with a few small dings. User stamp spots of light surface rust. Good LEE52 60 120 photo
6604-400 *6604-400 Lot of two axes. A mortising axe unmarked and probably smith made. Minimal rust 9 inch head 24 inch handle is old but not original needs a wedge. And a modern axe by SNOW and NEALLEY Bangor ME. Light use and some rust but still in good working condition. Good LEE44 935 25 50 photo
6604-401 6604-401 Lot of three adjustable wrenches. A Wizard No. 9 patented in 1922 and manufactured by WAKEFIELD WRENCH CO. of Worcester MA a WHITMAN and BARNES Hercules 11- one-half inch long jaws slightly sprung and a 9 inch CRESCENT. Good plus DEN3 7 60 90 photo
6604-402 6604-402 STANLEY Defiance No. 1240 wedge vise IOB. Screws to the workbench or floor and uses wedging action to lock large pieces slid into it. Tool is near new box complete with split seams. Good plus SAN72 30 60 photo
6604-403 6604-403 JORGENSEN No. 1623 hold-down clamp IOB. 3 inch jaw. Clamp is near new with a little surface rust mounting bolt has more rust includes original instruction sheet box complete with one split seam. Good plus RBN106 30 60 photo
6604-404 *6604-404 Set of four FORD open end wrenches. Marked 9N17014 on one side and marked 9 10 21 and 22 on the other side. Each is ruled from 1 inch through 9 inch. Some dings no serious rust or damage. Good plus MRA137-140 30 60 photo
6604-405 6604-405 Stock marking tool. Patented by Samuel J. Brighton of Fairfield IA and consists of heavy duty pliers with a blade at the end that cuts against a copper pad. Designed to mark stock ears noses or horns. Marked Brightons and Pat Apr 23 01. 10- one-half inch. Good plus PKL335 50 100 photo
6604-406 6604-406 Lot of two socket wrench sets. An uncommon Billmont master wrench - Schulz No. 186 - manufactured by E.G. GUTHARD of Chicago includes two sockets missing the cross handle but any metal rod could be used and a FRANK MOSSBERG No. 355 set with handle and seven sockets. Good MLR20 28 60 100 photo
6604-407 *6604-407 Lot of two automotive tools. A specialized wrench of some sort labeled NORTHLAKE MANUFACTURING of Peoria and what looks like a wagon wrench with a bead breaker for tire removal. Good DEN29 30 60 photo
6604-408 6604-408 Lot of five MAYTAG cutout wrenches. Two No.2s a No.3 and two No.6s. Some minor surface pitting on a couple no significant damage. Good MRA70-74 50 90 photo
6604-409 *6604-409 BILLINGS and SPENCER bicycle wrench. 4- one-fourth inch long with the Billings B trademark they started using in 1926. Good DPN6 15 30 photo
6604-410 *6604-410 Set of 11 G. MUSGRAVE pinch dogs. 2- one-half inch across surface oxidation but no rust or damage. Good plus DGO12 30 60 photo
6604-411 *6604-411 Lot of two boxed English tools. A WODEN No. X190 doweling jig near mint in sliding lid finger jointed box with instructions and outer pasteboard sleeve. And a MACO patent template 8- one-fourth inch wide with brass fingers a little loss of nickel and box is worn but complete. Good plus and better ACS18 21 20 40 photo
6604-412 *6604-412 Lot of three BROWN and SHARPE machinist tools. Two micrometers and a No. 607 depth gauge all etched with what I presume are inventory numbers. In plain sliding fingerjointed box that has some dirt and chips. Plus were throwing in two empty fingerjointed boxes for a WINNER soldering iron No. 2 and CONNECTICUT VALLEY MFG CO auger bits. Both have ok labels and the Winner has directions inside. Good JPR28 30 15 30 photo
6604-413 6604-413 Lot of three STANLEY No. 59 doweling jigs IOB. Two more modern both with instructions and one with missing bottom half of box and no guides other complete with all six guides and both look clean and unused. And one in box with Type 8 label clean with 5 guides box has some staining. Good and better RBN273 30 60 photo
6604-414 6604-414 Lot of four STANLEY items IOB. A No. 44 bit and square level clean in good box. A No. 138 level sights fine with sweetheart marks box has writing but otherwise ok. A No. 95 butt gauge slight nickel loss includes instructions box good. And a No. 271 router plane sweetheart mark on label plane clean but cutter rusty box ok. Good and better RSR147 35 70 photo
6604-415 *6604-415 STANLEY No. 180 extension bit IOB. 18 inch clean includes additional 18 inch long rusty drill bit. Box good. Good plus DOR213 10 20 photo
6604-416 *6604-416 STANLEY No. 59 doweling jig IOB. Japanned body 6 guides in box with Type 6a label. Box has some stains on lid and a few small tears tool clean. Good plus DOR199 20 40 photo
6604-417 *6604-417 Lot of two British tools IOB. A TECTOOL two cutter plough plane which consists of wood handle with japanned stem that has two cutters attached with bolts and can be adjusted to cut a groove from one-sixteenths inch and up. Inside box is two extra cutters what looks like a depth stop and spanner wrenches to tighten nuts on the bolts. Box dingy with writing but has label. Plus a JUNIOR block plane No. 12 some rust and green japanning 80 percent box tattered with partial label and a hole in lid. Good ACS45 105 20 40 photo
6604-418 *6604-418 STANLEY Yankee No. 03-043 push drill IOB. Minty clean with 9 bits in handle original paper in unmarked original box with tear in middle of one flap. Fine RBN274 25 50 photo
6604-419 *6604-419 STANLEY No. 42 pistol grip saw set IOB. Clean with 60 percent of original decal on japanned body marked No. 42W on underside of handle. Includes instructions box with Type 8 label a bit tattered. Good plus PNG45 20 40 photo
6604-420 6604-420 STARRETT No. 645 universal heavy duty dial test indicator IOB. Complete in gently used condition has majority of label on inside lid and outside lid box has some scuffs and chip in one corner but otherwise ok. Good RBN300 35 70 photo
6604-421 6604-421 RUSSELL JENNINGS auger bit set No. 32- one-half IOB. Nice crisp label on inside lid bits clean and look unused box has a few stains and scuffs on outside but good hinges and overall decent. Good plus NHF61 40 80 photo
6604-422 6604-422 HUOT drill bit set. 55 bits in 6 fold up trays in bottom of box and 60 bits in tray that flips up. Bits marked HS. Also includes 20 very small bits in case marked 61-80. Set looks clean and unused. Good SAN59 60 120 photo
6604-423 *6604-423 NATIONAL COURSE No. 321 tap and die set. Tungsten speed complete 12 pieces in original wood box with clear plastic sliding lid. Good AND1 20 40 photo
6604-424 6604-424 Set of L.K. KNOTT APPARATUS CO. bar magnets. Pair of 6 inch long steel magnets marked N and S. In original sliding lid wooden box with instructions on lid. The Knott company of Boston made scientific instruments for the school market. The magnets have become demagnetized but could be recharged. Good SGN848 40 80 photo
6604-425 *6604-425 GRAND RAPIDS SASH PULLEY CO. window mortising bit tool. It holds 3 bits that turn together to make the mortise for the window pulley. Missing one of the bits and side guide rod but has other two bits. Stamped 4421 on one end. Some rust on bits. 8- one-fourth inches x 4- three-eighths inches. Good GFR250 20 40 photo
6604-426 6604-426 BRUNO TOOLS No. 201-B adjustable bit. Includes two auxiliary cutters and original allen wrench. Manufactured by Bruno Tools of Beverly Hills - really - and marked patent pending. In a fitted wooden case that could be original but has no label. Never seen another. Good SGN843 50 100 photo
6604-427 6604-427 KEEN KUTTER No. K20 razor hone. 5- one-half inch x 2 inch with Keen Kutter name engraved into the surface in its original tin box markings faded but clearly legible. Good SGN844 50 100 photo
6604-428 *6604-428 XACTO No. 83 knife chest set. Two all-metal blade holders and one with bakelite handle plus 8 blades in bladeholder on inside lid and a complete label behind them. 8 or so extra blades including a few inside two original blade pasteboard boxes. A few light rust spots box ok with light wear and nearly complete label on outside. Good plus RBN289 25 50 photo
6604-429 6604-429 Lot of tools. A WM P WALTERS SONS 16 inch panel saw that looks made by Disston for this mid-19th century Philadelphia dealer 9 ppi with split nuts and faint etch. A KNEW CONCEPT 5 inch fret saw looks barely used with light rust on blade a STANLEY No. 25 T-bevel less common 12 inch length good rosewood handle a STANLEY No. 62 brass bound four fold two foot rule worn but legible and a BUCK BROS three - fourths inch skew chisel handle has brass ferrule and black stripe painted beneath it. Good- and better KGM1 8 97 157 159 40 80 photo
6604-430 6604-430 Lot of three WINCHESTER tools. A hammer hatchet with good handle freshly sharpened edge a few dings in hammer face. A 12 inch No. W104 level vials wet some stains and two nails at one end. And a No. W4 smoothing plane clean with most of japanning a ding or two in knob tote ok. Good DOR204 50 100 photo
6604-431 *6604-431 Letter stamps. three-eighths inch letters from A to Z plus a period and ampersand in wood box. Unmarked. Good PTL7 20 40 photo
6604-432 *6604-432 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS No. 1550 number stamps IOB. one-eighths inch and three-sixteenths inch sizes both 0 to 8 gently used. Both have good box labels three-sixteenths inch has part of lid missing on one side. Good PTL 8 20 40 photo
6604-433 6604-433 Lot of bench plane cutters. Two unmarked in 2 inch and 3- one-half inch sizes three STANLEY sweetheart blades each in original paper inside bottom part of original box one has 80 percent of paper and other two complete. Plus three STANLEY block plane irons inside original box blades look used but box has most of original label. Plus were throwing in a GENERAL No. 4047 drill gauge in original sleeve. Good and better HAN550 40 80 photo
6604-434 *6604-434 Lot of plane parts. Various parts including two block plane lever caps three bench plane tote screws depth stop and a dozen or so screws and nuts. Good OVR155 10 20 photo
6604-435 6604-435 Lot of two tools. A 5 inch version of BILLINGS and SPENCER patented screwdriver handle marked with 3 - 15 - 92 and 2 - 4 - 96 patent dates where the four different sized retractable flat head bits inside the body of the handle with rosewood grip at end. In good condition with most of its nickel plating. And a BROWN and SHARPE thread gauge that measures from 1-20 with only a few small spots of rust. Good VTO84 40 80 photo
6604-436 *6604-436 T handle corkscrew. 3- one-half inch rounded wood handle with wire corkscrew unmarked. Good VTO71 10 20 photo
6604-437 *6604-437 Small hatchet. one-half inch hammer poll with 2- one-fourth inch hatchet edge handle is a little over 7 inches long. Some rust on metal wood good. Good PNG48 20 40 photo
6604-438 *6604-438 Lot of bits. 6 auger bits mostly IRWIN 23 spade bits including some by BROWN and FLATHER and WELLS 6 paddle bits and a couple others thrown in. Most have rust but nothing severe. As is no returns. Good AED64 30 60 photo
6604-439 *6604-439 Lot of three toasters. All electric by STAR RITE 75000 LANDERS No. 75312A and UNIVERSAL No. E947. Universal is most tarnished but other two pretty shiny still with light wear. No cords on any of them. Good EMN21 30 60 photo
6604-440 6604-440 Lot of 10 ice cream scoops. 8 are the mechanized scraper type including 4 by GILCHRIST 1 by BENEDICT 1 PEERLESS 1 HAMILTON BEACH 1 unmarked. And two conical ones with thumbscrew that controls scraper including patented one by Henry Keiner and Edward Williams with KW thumbscrew and other marked Clads Dish. Some have wear and rust overall ok. Good EMN26 35 70 photo
6604-441 *6604-441 Lot of three kitchen items. Two ENTERPRISE MFG CO. cherry stoners including No. 1403 black japanning 80 percent a few rust spots and No. 1463 with about half its nickel plating. And a READING HARDWARE apple parer medallion has patent dates some surface rust especially on gears. Good EMN20 24 20 40 photo
6604-442 *6604-442 W. BEATTY and SONS meat cleaver. 9 inch edge body curved at top with nice walnut handle some checks and a few spots of rust but overall in good condition and still sharp has hanghole. User initials stamped in backside of body. Good EMN48 30 60 photo
6604-443 *6604-443 Lot of two sadirons. A PEERLESS by the American Specialty Co. with a bottom compartment to house hot coals and detachable handle. Has back flap in base to also allow for addition of hot slug. Front part of base has piece broken off otherwise in decent shape. And an unmarked one similar to the Coleman gas irons with some wear to wood on handle nice decorative base and top. Good EMN22 25 50 photo
6604-444 *6604-444 Ice tongs. One side of handle marked Sharon Coal and Ice Co. Sharon PA. Other side has Bell Phone 242. Tongs have surface rust but work smoothly. Good COL247 10 20 photo
6604-445 *6604-445 Lot of eight CREAM TOP spoons. Designed to skim the cream off the top of milk bottles with S shape that allows it to be hung from rim of bottle. Marked Cream Top and with patent dates. Most have tarnish. Good EMN28 25 50 photo
6604-446 *6604-446 Lot of two sadirons and trivets. Solid cast iron sadirons one marked only 8 other a No. 5 by Thomas Loring Blackwood NJ. The No. 8 has some pitting and surface rust. One trivet is a Iwantu type by Strause Gas Iron Co. of Philadelphia other is American Beauty Iron by American Electrical Heat Co. Both with a few spots of rust. Good EMN23 20 40 photo
6604-447 6604-447 Lot of STANLEY instructional posters and tool guide. 8 double sided pasteboard posters depicting various Stanley tools and how to use them. Plus a Stanley tool guide book The Tool Box of the World similarly with various types of Stanley tools and their use on each of the 32 pages marked as having copywright in 1935 by The Stanley Rule and Level Plant. All inside black carrying case with handles. Good SAN60 35 70 photo
6604-448 *6604-448 Lot of two hardware company catalogs. A hardbound copy of catalog No. 16 from the THOMSON-DIGGS COMPANY wholesale hardware dealers out of Sacramento no visible date but based on offerings likely from 1915-1920. And a NICHOLS DEAN and GREGG catalog No. 60 of blacksmith supplies and heavy hardware from St. Paul MN. Looks to be from 1925 or so. Some tears on cover and water damage and dirt but majority of pages seem ok. Good DCR 30 60 photo
6604-449 6604-449 STANLEY TOOLS by John Walter. Paperback second edition shows moderate use and wear with some creases in cover and spine spine loose at bottom some staining to outer edge a few pages have creased corners. If youre looking for a good workshop copy this is it. Good- RBN128 40 80 photo
6604-450 6604-450 Lot of four pocket books. A 1908 hardcover edition of The Steel Square and Its Uses wear to cloth on cover and spine a bit loose. A CARNEGIE STEEL COMPANY Pocket Companion from 1923 containing useful information and tables regarding steel. Some pencil marks on a few pages light wear to soft cover. A 1941 Steel Square Pocket Book in fairly good condition. And a GREENFIELD TAP AND DIE CORPORATION Small Tools Catalog No. 29 from 1929 with light wear but overall in nice shape. Good- and better RBN126 35 70 photo
6604-451 *6604-451 Lot of STARRETT catalogs. Three No. 26 a No. 26A and a No. 27. Generally in good shape with a couple having light wear or dirt on covers. Plus a GREENFIELD TOOLS catalog No. 39 from 1940 clean. Good RBN127 30 60 photo
6604-452 6604-452 PATENTED TRANSITIONAL and METALLIC PLANES IN AMERICA Vol. II. Hardcover with dustjacket new. Mint RSH 30 60 photo
6604-453 *6604-453 JOHN DEERE Farmers Pocket Companion. From 1905 includes monthly calendar on outside flap a few pages for notes a few pages on John Deere plows and a journal from August 1904 of a man depicting his travels from West Virginia to Philadelphia. Some wear to cover. Good SGN867 30 60 photo
6604-454 6604-454 Lot of catalog reproductions. 15 or so reproduction prints mostly provided by M-WTCA for companies like MATHIESON and SONS NATIONAL SAW COMPANY LUFKIN STANLEY 1867 1870 1879 and 1892 price lists DISSTON LANG and JACOBS HOOLE WORKS HIRTH and KRAUSE I.B. FARRINGTON FOLDING SAWING MACHINE WHEELER MADDEN and BAKEWELL PHELPS MFG. CO. Plus a How to Make Wooden Planes book by Perch and Lee. Most clean with owner name on covers. Good RJR17 40 80 photo
6604-455 6604-455 Dealers lot of wrenches. 19 total. Several adjustable pipe wrenches including a GORDON automatic HELIX RICHARD MCCABE CO. STIX-ON HACOMER SPEEDNUT etc. One with spring jaws from UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. A RICHARDS MFG CO. Shark wrench 8 inches and another similarly shaped one with spring activated jaw adjustment but unmarked. All have varying degrees of rust and wear. Plus a combination tool manufactured by EDWIN LOUDERBACK and CO. and patented by Erdman and Phillips which is a combination of combination of pliers screwdriver hammer punch hand vise pipe wrench wire cutters and about anything else you could probably think of. Some light pitting but clean. As is no returns. Good ALVvarious 75 150 photo
6604-456 6604-456 Dealers lot of block planes. Two STANLEY No. 220s and four similar ones by other makers like SARGENT and CRAFTSMAN. Two STANLEY No. 110 both missing knob. Two adjustable throat one by COLUMBIA with chip at throat and other by STANLEY. All have most of their japanning some rust spots on a few knobs worn or cracked on a couple. Good- and better MRA79 81 88 89 92-95 98 222 40 80 photo
6604-457 6604-457 Dealers lot of rules. Six are four-fold one-foot makers including E.A. STEARNS H. CHAPIN or unmarked and one marked SANFORD WHIP CO. bound and unbound and a two-fold one foot No. 10. All decent. Plus five two-fold two-foot by STEPHENS and CO E.A. STEARNS J.G. GRAVES STANDARD RULE and H. CHAPIN. Most have staining but nothing too extreme. As is no returns. Good and better SGN859 862 60 120 photo