6701 Fine Tool Journal Summer 2017 absentee auction

Auction ended September 24th, 2017.

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6701-001 6701-001 STANLEY No. 41 Millers Patent plane. Later model Type 8 traces of japanning crack at area where rods connect at front depth stop -missing- light pitting on skate wood has a few small chips. No filletster fence but has 6 cutters. Good-  LHD135 150 250 photo
6701-002 6701-002 NORRIS No. 8 shoulder plane. Steel dovetailed body rosewood fill and wedge has some wear marked on toe. 9 inch x seven-eighths inch size straight cutter. User mark and Murray Liverpool mark also on toe letter A marked on heel. Spots of rust. Good GAN168G 80 160 photo
6701-003 6701-003 NORRIS No. 8 shoulder plane. Steel dovetailed body with rosewood fill and ebony wedge marked on toe. 8 inch x three-fourths inch size skewed cutter. Same user mark several times on wood. Rear screw missing some spots of rust. Good GAN169G 100 200 photo
6701-004 6701-004 SPIERS infill bench plane. Dovetailed steel 7-one-half inch coffin shaped sole rosewood infill with open tote 2-one-fourth inch I. SORBY cutter. Theres a brass strike button on the bun that I dont recall seeing before. Surface rust with some mild pitting well reglued tote. Good GAN337 175 350 photo
6701-005 6701-005 SPIERS AYR shoulder plane. Steel dovetailed body with rosewood fill and wedge 9 inch x three-fourths inch not skewed. Some rust especially on cutter and a few scuffs to one cheek. Wedge a little chewed. Good GAN167G 80 160 photo
6701-006 6701-006 Infill bullnose plane. Gunmetal body and rosewood wedge with a few small chips 3-five-eighths inch x 1-one-eighths inch. Unmarked has a thin leather shim glued to the wedge for a tighter fit. Heel dinged and a couple tiny nicks in mouth. Good- GAN155G 60 120 photo
6701-007 6701-007 Infill bullnose plane. Cast brass body with soldered sole ebony wedge with well reglued crack strike button on heel Sorby cutter faint user stamp. Good PLH69X 75 150 photo
6701-008 6701-008 HENRY SLATER infill bullnose plane. Gunmetal body and rosewood wedge 3-five-eighths inch x 1-one-eighths inch marked with Slaters Clerkenwell address. SORBY cutter has a thin leather shim glued to the wedge for a tighter fit. Heel and bridge dinged. Good GAN156G 75 150 photo
6701-009 6701-009 Low angle block plane. Gunmetal body with either ebony or dark rosewood wedge and bun. Decorative scalloped bridge and end of wedge. Unmarked 1-one-eighths inch cutter and 3-one-half inch sole. Tarnish to metal and wear to wood. Good PLH238X 60 120 photo
6701-010 6701-010 STANLEY Victor No. 20 circular plane. Early nickel plated version with model number on adjustment knob and patent date on bridge. Notched rectangle mark on cutter plating 85 percent a few small spots of rust. Good DOR241 75 150 photo
6701-011 6701-011 STANLEY Victor No. 20-one-half circular plane. Japanning 50 percent patent date mark on cutter. User names both stamped and scratched into japanning repaired crack in one side. Good- HAN623 40 80 photo
6701-012 6701-012 STANLEY No. 13 circular plane. Type 2 traces of japanning on body but lever cap has majority Baileys patent on cutter. Some spots of white paint and rust light pitting. Good- BHR657 40 80 photo
6701-013 6701-013 STANLEY No. 606C Bedrock fore plane. Flat top sides sweetheart cutter. Tote lacquer worn some spots of green paint on body cracks at base of knob japanning 70 percent. Good KGM252 60 120 photo
6701-014 6701-014 STANLEY No. 12-one-fourth veneer scraper. Sweetheart mark on cap screw cutter marked only Stanley in block letters. handles in good shape japanning 80 percent some spots of surface discoloration. Good RML199 75 150 photo
6701-015 6701-015 Stanley No. 11 beltmakers plane. Later type notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning 80 percent handles have light wear but overall good. A few dings in metal and surface rust on sole. Good DOR234 40 80 photo
6701-016 6701-016 STANLEY No. 2 bench plane. Later type with notched rectangle mark on cutter and lever cap no orange on lever cap logo. Super clean a few spots of light rust on sole and tiny ding near top of lever cap. Good plus RBN143 125 175 photo
6701-017 6701-017 STANLEY No. 12-one-half . Later type with Stanley Rule and Level on cap screw. Japanning retouched double stamped with semicircle mark and notched rectangle marks on either side of cutter rosewood sole and handle have light wear. Good RML202 50 100 photo
6701-018 6701-018 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper . Type 1 with patent date on rear screw and beaded front knob. Semicircle mark and notched corners on cutter wood in good shape. Repainted a few spots of rust. Good RML205 125 200 photo
6701-019 *6701-019 European style roughing plane. 12 inches long with 2-one-half inch WILLIAM ASH cutter but body unmarked. Front and back handles made of what looks like beech age checks in body and wedge. Good BSR425 25 50 photo
6701-020 6701-020 Lot of two primitive planes. An unmarked wedge arm tongue plane with initials AWB carved on top brass ferrules may be replacements skate nailed onto body and one-fourth inch cutter made from file arms attached to fence with large flat-head screws. Short wedge that curves forward some age checks and wear. And a gutter plane 15-one-half inch long unmarked five-eighths inch curved cutter wedge has shim glued to it to help tighten fit. Some stains cracking at throat inactive worm tote has repaired crack at base. Good- HAN 30 60 photo
6701-021 6701-021 Primitive tongue plane. Looks European with thick side handle style fence with metal rod arms several locking screws with flat wide wingnuts including for two depth stops nicker and cutter made from files tote has short horn which may have broken off a long time ago. Good BSR455 40 80 photo
6701-022 6701-022 European combination tongue and groove plane. Unmarked except for IS initials in a few places pull handles in front and rear inactive worm skate on groove side nailed into body with square head nails. Nice age patina. Good NHF5 30 60 photo
6701-023 6701-023 Lot of two European horned roughing planes. Both have diamond shaped dots stamped on the body one stamped much more than the other plus SS initials. One with 1-five-eighths cutter marked what looks like JNH and the other 2 inch WARD cutter. Some age wear and dings. Good HAN593 30 50 photo
6701-024 6701-024 Lot of two horned roughing planes. Likely European both with 1-five-eighths inch cutters and one extremely spalled on end and other marked JNH. Some wear. Good HAN592 30 50 photo
6701-025 *6701-025 Butt mortise plane. Carved F. Schiedeck into one cheek 10-one-half inch x 2 inch beech body seven-sixteenths inch cutter marked 12. Slot has been filled in with 2-three-fourths inch piece of wood so leaves one-fourth inch mouth. Some stains and wear spot of grey paint on wedge. Good DTN387 20 40 photo
6701-026 6701-026 Primitive European panel raiser. At least that is what the sole most closely resembles. 8 inch long body with 2 inch skewed cutter marked -Warranted Good Quality Sheffield.- Fence mounted on arms and locked with wedges that go through the top. Fence and body stamped LVO. Age wear and some chewing of fence wedges. Good NHF4 30 60 photo
6701-027 6701-027 G.W. DENNISON and CO handled screw-arm plow plane. Beech body SANDUSKY cutter threads have light chipping one outer nut cracked tip of tote has ding wood slightly worn especially on fence and wedge. Good COL226 40 80 photo
6701-028 6701-028 A. MATHIESON and SONS handled sash filletster plane No. 18. Unmarked but with characteristic nuts and finial ends has double nickers and double depth stops - one missing. Tote good fully boxed sole. One or two chips on arms. Uncommon. Good DTN321 75 150 photo
6701-029 6701-029 B SHENEMAN and BRO No. 297 handled screw-arm plow plane. Philadelphia makers B mark looks like beech large decorative nuts old repair on fence shoulders with brass plates that go through the fence. Some chips to threads R FAIRCLOUGH and CO cutter. Good- REW460 50 100 photo
6701-030 6701-030 OHIO TOOL CO No. 104 handled screw-arm plow plane. Boxwood BUTCHER cutter crack in front outer nut and in body behind rear outer nut tip of tote reglued moderate chipping on threads. Good- JRI1041 30 60 photo
6701-031 6701-031 Adjustable European sash plane. Unmarked large turned outer nuts with inner nuts at center of body. Some mild staining but in nice shape. Good CLA197 35 70 photo
6701-032 6701-032 Hawk plane. Used to strike a paint line around the hull of a ship. Unmarked 9 inches long with fence that has iron thumbscrews and brass plates. No iron some staining. Good- DTN322 40 80 photo
6701-033 6701-033 SUMMERS VARVILL unhandled plow plane. Beech cutter mark illegible church window depth stop brass diamond inlay on shoulders decorative finials. Some chewing on wedge and outer nut a few chips to threads and hairline crack in other outer nut. Good CLA110 40 80 photo
6701-034 *6701-034 Fenced rabbet plane. Unmarked rectangular arms with brass wingnuts to lock. Also has depth stop running length of body locked by brass thumbscrews. Some light wear. Cutter looks like marked Kleuser. Good CLA699 20 40 photo
6701-035 6701-035 Wedge arm plow plane. Handled wedges look painted red church window depth stop wedge has dark stain beech body decorative tote good cross inlay on shoulder ends with brass caps. Unmarked except for user stamps. Good CLA 60 120 photo
6701-036 6701-036 STANLEY No. 852 tool cabinet. 22 x 14 x 6-one-half with drawer one left side and saw and chisel slots on other side. Brass sweetheart label 80 percent on outside blue label 95 percent on inside has key. Tools are assorted some might be original and includes a Victor handsaw bench vise brace hammer No. 3 bench plane zig zag rule No. 151 spokeshave No. 21 center finder and tool handle both all sweetheart mark. Plus a couple chisels screwdriver pliers and a few bits. Inside drawer are original envelope for DIAMOND hammer drive anchors and a STANLEY corrugated joint fasteners advertising booklet. Hanghole through inside label a few dings and chips on outside one or two light paint spots but otherwise in nice shape. Good plus BHR133 125 250 photo
6701-037 6701-037 Brass faced inclinometer. Double vials on two arms that pivot on hinge at one end. Ruled brass plates on front of both arms made of what looks like slightly worn rosewood. Light illegible stamp on one brass level plate. Hanghole and initials J.H. on ruled brass wing. Looks like boxwood grip was added to one arm at a later time worn and slightly stained. Good WOL680 60 120 photo
6701-038 6701-038 Slitter. 15 inch long decoratively carved body out of what looks like mahogany. 2-one-fourth inch brass plate on bottom with 3 inch slitter through it held in place by brass wedge. W. Daniell stamped his name in head twice. Clean. Good plus WOL683 40 80 photo
6701-039 6701-039 STANLEY No. 46-one-half board rule. Not marked square with brass ends some wear to lacquer but marks still visible. A few stain spots. Good- BHR667 60 120 photo
6701-040 6701-040 STANLEY No. 48-one-half log rule. Marked with Stanley New Britain logo and number hickory octagonal body brass end caps. Some dings and light wear mostly at one area of end but rest is readable. Good BHR668 75 150 photo
6701-041 6701-041 STANLEY No. 49 board stick. Marked with only the number flat with brass ends some wear to wood but numbers still legible. Spots of rust on ends. The number 22 on one side is overstamped. Good BHR666 80 160 photo
6701-042 6701-042 KEUFFEL and ESSER abneys reflecting level. 120 degree circle on side with level. Black finish worn off brass has some tarnish. Good- JRI759 30 60 photo
6701-043 6701-043 W.H. HARLING parallel rolling rule. Boxwood rule 15 inch x 2-three-fourths inch. Horizontal brass bar with rollers on each end that go through the body and allow rule to roll up and down on surface. Two brass knobs on either end. Bar stamped T.A. Hussey. Chip on one corner and dings on others. A few stains and wear. Screw holes may have been widened on bottom of body. Good- JRI668 40 80 photo
6701-044 6701-044 SHOLL patent mortise gauge. Four stem version of the Sholl patent gauge rosewood with brass thumbscrew surrounded by circular brass inlay and brass sliding point for marking mortises with slightly bent grip at end. Three other arms ruled but faint from wear. Head has four screws surrounded by brass circles. Brass strips and points at end of all four arms points moderately worn. Chip in head smaller dings in body and crack at end of one arm. Good LHD114 45 90 photo
6701-045 6701-045 Lot of three wooden braces. Chairmakers brace with wide flat head single pod with spoon bit 9 inch sweep scandinavian birch brace with bone collar around chuck and ball head 7 inch sweep and pod brace with spring locking pod single long-necked pod with no bit rotating head 7 inch sweep. All unsigned and user made. Good NHF77 79 247 90 150 photo
6701-046 6701-046 Lot of two wooden braces. Very nicely made chairmakers brace 9 inch sweep chuck with jaws for interchangeable bits includes on spoon bit wide head with metal button. And a carved pod bit with nice rams-horn head screw to lock the pod no pods 7 inch sweep. Good and better REW15 18 100 150 photo
6701-047 6701-047 Lot of two plated Sheffield braces. An uncommon brace marked -H. Brown Patentee- good ebony head on a brass plate with what looks like copper medallion. According to Reg Eaton Henry Brown -excelled in inventing fraudulent patent claims.- Plus one by MARPLES large crack in head with brass Hibernia Works medallion. Good and better NHF76 246 120 200 photo
6701-048 *6701-048 Wooden pod brace. Walnut nicely shaped one pod without a bit rotating wooden head 8 inch sweep. User initials carved in side. Good CGD405 20 40 photo
6701-049 6701-049 Lot of three plated Sheffield braces. T.E. WELLS pushbutton is stuck and old cast iron repair band Henry Brown with wide flat pushbutton and medallion in head and one with a very faint mark that looks like Marples. Good REW4 6 10 80 150 photo
6701-050 6701-050 L and IJ WHITE slick. 3 inch size 30 inch long including nicely turned handle. Some staining on handle moderate flaking to metal and some rust. A few nicks in edge. Good CLA366 35 70 photo
6701-051 6701-051 Slick. 3 inch has partial stamp I cant make out a few spots of light pitting user initials on backside handle has some wear on end and repaired crack. Good LHD121 40 80 photo
6701-052 6701-052 Lot of two slicks. Both approximately 23 inches long. A 2-three-fourths inch by BARTON and a 3 inch by WITHERBY. Both have some rust Barton has pitting and more wear to handle. Good CLA364 50 100 photo
6701-053 6701-053 Lot of three chisels. 2 inch by BUHL SONS CO some light pitting spots handle ok. 2 inch by WITHERBY overall clean but two chips from edge corners user stamps. 1 inch by NEW HAVEN EDGE TOOL CO. some dings and light rust. Good- and better OVR180 269 354 50 100 photo
6701-054 6701-054 Lot of four carving gouges. 2 inch by BUCK BROS. out canal. 1-one-half inch by CHARLES BUCK and 1-one-fourth inch and three-fourths inch spindle gouges by J. HOWARTH. Handles ok. Good EMN45 50 100 photo
6701-055 6701-055 Lot of three chisels. Two 1-three-fourths inch by BUCK BROS one with bevel edge handles have light wear clean. And a three-sixteenths inch mortise chisel by WOLF with partial decal. Good EMN47 40 80 photo
6701-056 6701-056 Lot of three chisels. A 1 inch corner chisel some surface rust and pitting with large turned handle. And two one-half inch chisels one with illegible stamp and highly split handle and other unmarked with newer replacement handle. Good CLA390 391 395 35 70 photo
6701-057 6701-057 Lot of two chisels. A 1-one-half inch WITHERBY clean with a couple dings and user initial stamp handle has light wear. And a 2 inch PSandW with some surface rust handle has a few checks. Both have nice sharp edges. Good KGM246 247 50 100 photo
6701-058 6701-058 GREENLEE 2 inch chisel. 21 inch long total surface rust and flaking stains on handle. Large ding in edge. Good- CLA365 30 60 photo
6701-059 6701-059 Lot of four 26 inch DISSTON hand saws. Three D-23s 9 and 10 tpis one with the and Sons medallion and earlier etch and other two with later style medallions and etch. Handles have some wear and one has repaired bottom horn. And one that has a No. 112 style handle with wheatsheaf carving but has only partial etch so cant be definitive. 10 tpi Disston and Sons medallion wear to handle but no major damage Good OVR2 3 5 9 60 120 photo
6701-060 6701-060 Lot of two steel backed saws. A 14 inch SIMONDS No. 96 good etch and light wear on handle with user stamp some scratches on backing. And a 16 inch by R. GROVES and SON Beehive Works stamp. Groves was in business 1824-1888 but the split nuts mark it as early. London-style applewood handle with good horns. User intials on backside. Good DOR244 75 150 photo
6701-061 6701-061 DISSTON steel backed saw. 14 inch no etch early Disston and Sons medallion and stamp. Handle ok user initials stamped in several spots. Good OVR4 30 60 photo
6701-062 6701-062 Lot of two saws. An ATKINS No. 100 floor saw etch mostly there 18 inch blade 10 tpi has Nicholson medallion handle has checks. And a lignum vitae tailed stair saw 8-three-eighths inch blade 12-one-half inch long total. A few dings and hanghole. Good EMN46 50 100 photo
6701-063 6701-063 Lot of two dovetail saws. Unmarked 8 inch with brass backing open handle with split nuts chip off bottom horn. And another 8 inch steel back by JOHN COCKERILL large nuts open handle with letter T carved in it. Good DOR 40 80 photo
6701-064 6701-064 Lot of three 10 inch steel back dovetail saws. One by JACKSON with plain keystone medallion closed handle with chip off bottom horn. And two with open handles one by GROVES and SONS with split nuts but back of one nut missing handle slightly chewed but no major damage. And other by BIGGIN and SON also with split nuts and chip off bottom horn. Good- and better DOR243 50 100 photo
6701-065 6701-065 A. COPLEY of London brass backed saw. 14 inch one nut is split but one is not. Closed handle horns have chewing and chips including big one in top horn. User stamp on handle some wear of lacquer. Good WOL375 60 120 photo
6701-066 6701-066 Horned stair saw. Nicely carved from what looks like mahogany with strip of light colored burl at bottom. Unmarked 9-one-half inch blade. A few small dings otherwise in nice shape. Good NHF305 40 80 photo
6701-067 6701-067 Lot of two jewelers saws. Both unmarked with iron frames and wood handles brass ferrules. One with brass wingnuts other has iron thumbscrews. 4 inch blades slight pitting on both. Good CLA763 764 40 80 photo
6701-068 *6701-068 Modified saw. Someone shortened a handsaw down to 13 inches and attached a 9 inch brass depth stop held with handforged iron wingnuts. 10 tpi Warranted Superior medallion in wheatsheaf handle a few small chips. Good OVR290 20 40 photo
6701-069 6701-069 Lot of three handsaws. 26 inch DISSTON D-8 8 tpi partial etch obscured by some rust and pitting handle has some wear with partial decal on top horn. A 24 inch SIMONDS No. 5 7 tpi slight discoloration of blade handle has a couple small cracks. And a 26 inch ATKINS with faint etch been sharpened several times some cracks in handle. Good- and better OVR7 12 13 35 70 photo
6701-070 6701-070 Lot of two crosscut saws. Both 26 inches long unmarked and have button type nuts marked only -Patent-. One has M tooth pattern with the first 3 inches being a 10tpi rip pattern the other is Great American tooth pattern. Wear to handles one has chip from top horn and crack at a nut. Good CLA5653 654 40 80 photo
6701-071 6701-071 Lot of three handsaws. A 20 inch DISSTON D-8 12 tpi blade has some discoloration but etch mostly visible handle worn but no major damage. a 24 inch ATKINS No. 53 9 tpi good etch handle has small chip from bottom horn and a few dings. And a 22 inch DISSTON with partial Keystone Works etch and might be a No. 7. Handle has some chewing on edges and chipped top horn split nuts a few spots of rust. Good OVR6 8 14 40 80 photo
6701-072 *6701-072 Lot of two saws. A UNION HARDWARE hacksaw has most of nickel plating some mild rust handle good. And a 12 inch JACKSON backsaw with worn handle and some scratching to metal. Good OVR294 25 50 photo
6701-073 6701-073 DISSTON D-23 saw. 16 inch post-WWII clean and looks barely used edge of end of saw ground slightly handle pristine. Good KGM259 30 60 photo
6701-074 *6701-074 Lot of two saws. A DISSTON 10-one-half inch keyhole saw that was likely originally 12 inches but tip has snapped off worn handle. And a small 12 inch handsaw with no markings or medallion pitted blade open handle with screws that attach blade on one side only. Good TKY29 31 20 40 photo
6701-075 6701-075 Lot of two DISSTON backsaws. Both 12 inch. One with semi-circle Disston and Sons stamp and pre-1918 handle. Oddly there is a period between -Disston- and -and Sons.- Bottom horn has been skillfully reglued some light pitting small chip in bottom corner of blade. And one with early 20th century stamp also with pre-1918 handle with some red and black paint spots on backside. Good KGM256 257 40 80 photo
6701-076 6701-076 Lot of two saws. A small wood fret saw 5 x 9 inch 4-one-half inch wood handle blade ok. Some staining and checks in wood. And an elaborate iron hacksaw with decorative ends and wingnut brass ferrule 9-one-half inch blade and 4 inch wood handle. Some spots of rust and wear to handle. Good CLA765 770 30 60 photo
6701-077 6701-077 Lot of two DISSTON backsaws. An 8 inch No. 70 dovetail saw open handle with some spots of paint black marker on bottom of blade can be easily cleaned off a little rust. And uncommon No. 9 improved backsaw with ogee blade in front and Reagan patent handle. Some spots of discoloration handle worn and has large chip in top horn. Good- BSR482 200 300 photo
6701-078 *6701-078 Lot of two bow saws. Both look user made and nicely done one with hand carved knobs for 14 inch blade rope stretcher that needs a toggle. Other has 12 inch blade and metal tightener bar light wear. Good DSD60 61 20 40 photo
6701-079 6701-079 Lot of two keyhole saws. A 12 inch by DISSTON and a 8 inch with ATKINS medallion but Disston and Sons inchworm etch on blade. Both handles have some wear and staining. Good OVR326 30 60 photo
6701-080 6701-080 Lot of three planes. All unmarked. Two toothing planes one with 1-one-half inch PEUGEOT FRERES toothed cutter and made of what looks like tigerwood maybe. And other with 2 inch ERIK ANTON BERG toothed cutter made of rosewood some scratching and checks in body. And a 9 inch long coffin plane with 1-three-fourths inch wide AUBURN cutter also rosewood with some scratches and chewed wedge. Good CLA542 682 683 50 100 photo
6701-081 *6701-081 Lot of two planes. A JOH WEISS rabbet plane 1-one-fourth inch skew cutter with spots of rust some wear to wood. And unmarked coffin plane with compassed sole worn rounded cheeks 1-three-fourths inch MOULSON cutter chip in sole and area in front of throat has been replaced. Good- and better AED40 41 25 50 photo
6701-082 6701-082 Wooden plane with saw blade. Appears to be designed to cut rabbets with a movable fence and double cutters but also has a saw blade mounted along the edge to score the wood. That the double cutters and the heavy axe-type handles makes me think it was used for heavy or dense stock. Unsigned and solidly built. 18 inch long. Good DSD67 50 100 photo
6701-083 *6701-083 Lot of two horn planes. 9 inch one with A.L. WHITING and CO cutter ebony sole nailed to bottom that has splits and chips in it. And 9-one-half inch one with PEUGEOT FRERES cutter large letters A R behind horn worn. Good COL221 230 20 40 photo
6701-084 *6701-084 AUBURN TOOL CO nosing plane. Sharp 1-one-fourth inch curved cutter and sole some checks in body especially around the tote wear and staining paint flecks. Tote ok. Good HMS20 10 20 photo
6701-085 6701-085 OHIO TOOL Multiform plane . Thomas Worrall invented this interchangeable tote that could be attached to different plane bottoms in 1854 and manufactured it himself through the Multiform Plane Co. but he also licensed it to Ohio Tool. This is a set of hollow and round planes one-fourth inch and five-eighths inch two bead planes all marked by OTC and with Worralls patent and an unmarked tote that fits them. Tote has large chip on end some light wear to bottoms but overall good. Good WCS37 200 400 photo
6701-086 6701-086 Lot of two routers. Unmarked rectangular grooved body three-sixteenths inch cutter marked WARD 5-one-half inch x 3 inch. And a 4-three-fourths inch by 2-three-fourths inch with round grooved body and unmarked three-eighths inch cutter. Good WOL297 298 30 60 photo
6701-087 6701-087 Lot of two coachmakers t-rabbets. Beech with flat coffin sole straight handle in like new condition by GEORGE HATHERSICH of Manchester with IBBOTSON cutter. And an unsigned squirrel tail model with concave brass sole. Good and better. DSD48 53 75 150 photo
6701-088 *6701-088 Coopers sun plane. 11 inch long unmarked with 2 inch FRANCIS PEARSON lightly pitted. Some chips to end of wedge and throat at sole Good- DSD3 20 40 photo
6701-089 6701-089 Lot of two sash coping planes. Both types with fence and right angles. One by OHIO TOOL marked number 45 on toe and other by J. KELLOGG. Ohio has possible repair on side near throat Kellogg has a few dings. Good CLA 30 60 photo
6701-090 6701-090 Lot of rules and levels. Six STARRETT metal shrink rules Stanley rules Nos. 63 68 94 15 and 18. And a CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 62. Most have wear and staining some water damage. And two STANLEY levels a No. 38-one-half early model with filigreed sides and a No. 260 torpedo with wear and one vial cap missing. Good- and better LKY18 37 41-44 50 100 photo
6701-091 6701-091 Lot of rules. STEPHENS and CO No. 36 combination rule some light wear and a few tarnish spots on brass vial wet. CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 36 caliper rule light wear and No. 5 with a few stains. And five STANLEY rules including a 6 foot zig zag with original sleeve No. 18 sweetheart No. 66-three-fourths with some paint spots an English No. 7 Blind Man sweetheart A No. 36-one-half and No. 68. Good BHR 100 200 photo
6701-092 *6701-092 Lot of tools. A slide rule by PICKETT and ECKEL in leather case a a white plastic POST 1230P divided rule in leather sleeve a CONCISE Chemical Tables and Circular Slide rule in case and a TACRO drafting set with 13 very clean stainless steel pieces in red velvet lined zippered orange case. Good LKY11 12 20 40 photo
6701-093 6701-093 Lot of two rules. A CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 36 combination rule with a few stains vial wet. And a STANLEY No. 78-one-half also with some stains and light wear one pin missing. Good LHD116 60 120 photo
6701-094 6701-094 Lot of four rules. Three brass blacksmiths rules one by RABONE a STANLEY No. 17 and a STARRETT No. 462 some tarnish on all and initial stamps on Rabone. Plus a STANLEY No. 42 ship carpenters bevel wear and a few small stains. Good LHD118 40 80 photo
6701-095 6701-095 CAPT FIELDS improved parallel rule. Boxwood and brass 18 inch long 3 inch wide when closed a few stains on backside and chip on one corner. Good WOL716 40 80 photo
6701-096 6701-096 BRIDGE CITY saddle square IOB. A few spots of tarnish small tear in box otherwise good. Good LHD117 40 80 photo
6701-097 6701-097 J. RABONE and SONS No. 1190 combination rule. A few stains pins good vial wet. Good JRI957 40 80 photo
6701-098 6701-098 Lot of three STANLEY boxwood rules. A No. 81 two-foot four fold board scale rule some mild wear and scratching to outer wood pins good. A No. 76 two-foot four fold some wear and pins gone. And a No. 32 caliper one-foot four fold pins ok slightly sprung with mild wear. Good LHD120 100 200 photo
6701-099 6701-099 Lot of six STANLEY No. 36-one-half caliper rules. One foot one fold. Three marked No. 361-one-half one No. 36-one-half-R rest have sweetheart mark. Some have tarnish and wear one with some paint spots and chipping along caliper arm couple have stains. Good- and better BHR678 40 80 photo
6701-100 6701-100 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS breast drills. A No. 97 with 65 percent japanning and 70 percent of original decal handle has a ding three jaw chuck good. And a No. 12 drive gear and breast plate have most of original green paint but rest of japanning on body nearly gone handles have light wear some rust but two-jaw chuck clean. Good MHT33 75 150 photo
6701-101 6701-101 GOODELL-PRATT No. 279 two-speed breast drill. Scarce drill to find and this one has its leather strap intact. Unfortunately missing wood handle and one plate screw other handle slightly chewed. Aluminum gear enclosure has a few dings japanning on breast plate about 50 percent. Three jaw chuck ok mark on handle slightly worn. Good- MHT89 50 100 photo
6701-102 6701-102 MILLERS FALLS No. 182 ratcheting drill brace. Has about 70 percent red japanning on gear wood ok one tooth missing from gear drive above chuck but still works fine. 1909 patent dates on two-jaw chuck. Good HAN656 40 80 photo
6701-103 6701-103 GOODELL TOOL CO No. 215 universal corner brace . Earlier model traces of japanning and nickel plating handles ok with a ding to one ferrule and a few scrapes to wood jaws good. Marked Pat Apld For. Good REW350 50 100 photo
6701-104 6701-104 Seventeenth century bowdrill. Brass head and iron shaft spool looks like rosewood. Used in Germany by Claus and Christian Ohlinger from 1695 until they immigrated to American in 1725 and purchased from a descendant of the Ohlinger family by Bill Baader in 1967. In excellent condition for age with a couple of dents in brass and chips at bottom and tiny chips in wooden spool. Has numbers 146 painted in white on top of spool. Unique. Good plus BAA214 200 400 photo
6701-105 6701-105 Lot of three corner braces. Two by GOODELL-PRATT a No. 83 with half japanning wood good few spots of rust. And what looks like a No. 84 but wood head replaced with shank and pointed end similar to a boilermakers ratchet drill and a few dings in knurled section. Plus a KEYSTONE MFG CO No. 200 reversible ratchet drill clean with only a few small scratches. Good HAN615 60 120 photo
6701-106 6701-106 Brass frame drill. Large wooden mushroom head with brass ferrule button looks replaced brass frame and gear drive iron handles and two-jaw chuck. A few dings to metal and wood but overall nice. 18 inches long unmarked but well made. Good REW362 50 100 photo
6701-107 6701-107 Lot of two drills. A YANKEE No. 1545 with enclosed ratcheting system three jaw chuck. Clean light wear to wood and small chip in top handle partial instruction decal on side of frame works smoothly. And a GOODELL-PRATT No. 0477 with most of original label on gear drive also three jaw chuck has D-type top handle japanning 80 percent. Good MHT35 60 120 photo
6701-108 6701-108 Lot of two 1071 breast drills. A CRAFTSMAN No. 1071 japanning on body good breast plate looks replaced one handle has repaired crack three jaw chuck. And a DUNLAP No. 107.1 japanning 80 percent some wear to handles three jaw chuck works smoothly. Good MHT34 40 80 photo
6701-109 6701-109 Lot of two single-speed MILLERS FALLS drills. One looks like an early No. 2 hand drill with wraparound frame traces of japanning two jaw chuck faintly marked with 8-14-77 patent date and jaws a little loose hollow handle with 5 bits inside someone carved grooves into bottom section to serve as grip. And a No. 112 breast drill two jaw chuck japanning 60 percent one handle has cracks Good REW359 371 50 100 photo
6701-110 6701-110 Lot of two early iron frame drills. Both with oval frames square chucks single-speed. A breast drill with dark wood grip and handle chuck has several pin holes. And a hand drill with wooden mushroom shaped head red gear drive wood handle chuck has pin hole and letter X carved into it. Some wear to wood. Good REW360 361 50 100 photo
6701-111 6701-111 Lot of two hand drills. A MILLERS FALLS No. 1980 mushroom head with no bits has a couple small cracks and some scrapes japanning 70 percent three jaw chuck. And a GOODELL-PRATT No. 5-one-halfB japanning 75 percent three jaw chuck some wear to mushroom head and handles. Good MHT32 40 80 photo
6701-112 6701-112 Lot of two planes. A STANLEY No. 7C jointer with patent mark on cutter plain lever cap japanning 80 percent some chips of end of tote and spots of rust especially on one cheek. And a CHAPLIN No. 207 jack marked Chaplins Improved on cutter and around base of knob patent dates on cheek hard rubber tote has chip knob has a few dings. Some rust. Good DOR101 128 40 80 photo
6701-113 6701-113 Lot of two planes. STANLEY GAGE No. G6 fore plane Type 4 japanning 50 percent tote has wear on one side and repaired crack. Tall knob ok. And a CHAPLIN No. 1207 with corrugated sole wood tote and knob look like replacements. Good CLA99 102 30 60 photo
6701-114 6701-114 Lot of two CHAPLIN patent planes. A No. 1010 22 inch long jointer wood handle and tote but tote may be replacement japanning 65 percent. And a No. 1007 15 inches long tote loose and likely replacement as it doesnt fit on base well japanning 70 percent. Both have majority of nickel plating on lever cap knobs ok. Blades and cheeks not marked so possibly manufactured by Tower and Lyon. Good- and better CLA100 101 40 80 photo
6701-115 6701-115 SARGENT VBM 722C tilt handle jointer plane. Japanning 85 percent knob and tote have some wear and dings a few chips off end of tote a couple spots of rust and light pitting. Good REW201 80 160 photo
6701-116 6701-116 PALMER and STORKES patent jointer plane. Manufactured by METALLIC PLANE CO. 20 inch corrugated sole adjustable throat. Marked with patents on one cheek proper cutter. Chip breaker has user stamp japanning retouched two chips in mouth milling marks on bottom edge of one cheek chip off end of tote and some dings in knob. A few spots of rust. Good- REW200 100 200 photo
6701-117 6701-117 STEERS patent No. 406 fore plane. William Steers is of course best known for inserting rosewood strips in plane soles to reduce friction but he also patented a cutter adjustment mechanism and the Brattleboro Tool Co. marketed a full line of these planes. Unfortunately this one is missing the cutter adjustment but has characteristic lever cap screw faint patent date mark on cutter. Base of knob and tip of tote missing repaired crack in tote japanning 60 percent rust and could use a cleaning. Good- CLA635 50 100 photo
6701-118 6701-118 METALLIC PLANE CO. patented jointer plane. 20-one-half inches long with adjustable throat corrugated sole characteristic convex lever cap and faucet style 1876 Storke patent cutter adjustment screw. Japanning about 50 percent large chip in front right cheek tote tip broken off. Replacement BUCK BROS cutter. Surface rust. Good- CLA637 60 120 photo
6701-119 6701-119 Lot of two corrugated sole jointer planes. Both with characteristic Siegley style cutter adjustment. A SIEGLEY No. 7 21-one-half inch long hardwood handle and knob japanning 70 percent. Properly marked cutter tote end slightly chewed and a few chips at tops of cheeks. Note This is the actual plane pictured in Roger SmithÕs books PTAMPIA Vol 1 page 106 Photo 113 and PTAMPIA Vol 2 Page 332 Photo 507. And a HAHN No. 9 19-five-eighths inch properly marked on backside of lever cap and on cutter. Japanning 75 percent. Chip off end of pistol grip hardwood tote some wear to tall knob. Good REW203 274 75 150 photo
6701-120 6701-120 OHIO TOOL CO. No. O190 rabbet plane. Japanning about 60 percent vine design on tote. Miniscule chip at throat. Good and better PKL84 40 80 photo
6701-121 6701-121 STANLEY No. 78 bullnose and rabbet plane. Later type notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning 70 percent. A spot of white paint near toe. Good HOO49 40 80 photo
6701-122 6701-122 STANLEY No. 46 combination plane. Looks to be a Type 6 patent date on handle. No slitter or skate depth stop thumbscrew is replaced with modern slotted screw. Chips at top and bottom of tote knob has light dinging japanning 60 percent slots where skate attaches have been widened. Good- RBN139 35 70 photo
6701-123 6701-123 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 3 no slitter or depth stop short rods only traces of japanning pitting and some rust spots. Wood ok with light wear. One cutter. Good- SAN55 40 80 photo
6701-124 6701-124 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane. Type 5 missing one nicker hasone cutter. Has rust on front third nickel plating 65 percent. Good- SAN58 40 80 photo
6701-125 6701-125 RECORD No. 044C plow plane. Hardened plastic tote has partial decal has fence and rods and 2 extra rods but one looks like it goes to a Stanley and 3 cutters. Mostly clean with light use. Good MLR24 30 60 photo
6701-126 6701-126 Lot of two STANLEY routers. A No. 71 Type 10 very clean and looks barely used. And a No. 71-one-half Type 2 nickel plating about half worn on top but mostly complete on sole. Knobs have dinging and some wear user stamp on one knob. Good and better HOO23 28 100 150 photo
6701-127 *6701-127 Coopers howell. The howell was used to cut a bevel around the inside of the barrel. 2 inch slightly curved cutter with mark that looks like GREAVES. 16 inches wide with handles on both sides of body metal reinforcement plates screwed in and someone has painted parts of it black for decoration. Wear from age. Good CLA429 20 40 photo
6701-128 6701-128 Croze. Used by coopers to cut the groove for the barrel heads. Unmarked with brass holder for one-fourth inch blade. Metal plates on body worn edge hanghole. Good CLA430 30 60 photo
6701-129 6701-129 Coopers howell and croze. Howell looks to be made of walnut and handmade clean 2 inch OHIO TOOL cutter a few dings to the wood but overall in decent shape. And a D.R. BARTON croze with v-shaped blade held in place with what looks like piece of lignum vitae and wingnut could be a replacement body has a chip in edge and some flaking at a knot in the grain stamped with circle 1832 Barton mark. Good BSR443 444 40 80 photo
6701-130 6701-130 Core box plane. Wood body tote and knob 5 inch and 8 inch wings. three-eighths inch skewed cutter wedge a little chewed throat widened like a rabbet. Brass plates on edges of longer side. Good MKJ259 40 80 photo
6701-131 6701-131 Large carvers mallet. 6 inches across and 4 inches wide 6-one-half inch handle. Some dings and scratches one small spot of spilled lacquer. Handle may be a replacement. Massive. Good CLA 30 60 photo
6701-132 6701-132 Rounding plane. Unmarked 10 inch x 4 inch body with 3 inch cutter. 4 inch handles on either side and large one-half inch screws through the body secured with tall decorative wingnuts that look handforged. Some inactive worm looks old. Good CLA103 30 60 photo
6701-133 6701-133 String winder. Thats my guess. 7 inch round body with 1 inch deep groove and small knob to hold to wind. Other hand holds 5 inch handle to steady while winding. No string some wear and chips to edge Good CLA 30 60 photo
6701-134 6701-134 Caulking mallet. 16 inch long head with thick metal bands on either ends and thin ones in center 14 inch handle. Clean with only a few small stains on handle well made. Good AED51 30 50 photo
6701-135 6701-135 Lot of drills and screwdrivers. Three pushdrills one by DUNLAP one by GOODELL-PRATT and a YANKEE No. 41. Two archimedean including a YANKEE Handyman No. 33H and one marked GOODELL BROTHERS wood on both has wear. And a turnscrew with faint mark I cant make out handle dirty and a STANLEY No. 66-250 strip driver combination flathead and wire stripper. Most have a few spots of rust. Good OVR309 40 80 photo
6701-136 6701-136 Lot of four turnscrews. A STANLEY turnscrew with circular SRandL mark and patent 16-one-half inches long rust spots dinging and a crack on handle. And three unmarked including 19 inch long decorative one 18 inch long one with brass ferrule and 13 inch long tang one all with light wear and some pitting. Good LDZ120-122 126 35 70 photo
6701-137 *6701-137 Lot of four WOODCRAFT SUPPLY screwdrivers. Made in England 8 inch to 14 inch in length with bulbous handles. Mostly clean with a few spots of rust on a couple. Good DOR247 25 50 photo
6701-138 6701-138 H.D. SMITH perfect handle screwdrivers. 9 total all but one marked with the -sixty-six- patent date mark. All winged style with circle 3 5 6 and 8 numbers on ends. Wood on a most has wear or cracks but overall ok. Good DOR261 50 100 photo
6701-139 6701-139 Lot of tools. A SWALLOW AIRPLANE CO. INC. -Tuffy- aluminum screwdriver two push drills by KLEIN TOOL and YANKEE Bell System two turnscrews with one marked with STANLEY Rule and Level mark and other unmarked. An A.J. JORDAN letter opener or ice pick not sure which and brass grease gun marked TECALEMIT and Made in England. Most fairly clean Klein nicest out of them all. Good and better ALV15 143 197 510 652 667 50 100 photo
6701-140 6701-140 Lot of three chisels. A one-half inch ISAAC GREAVES gooseneck mortise chisel with no handle some surface rust. And what looks like a pair of right and left skewed specialty corner chisels possibly for flooring matching bulbous handles and curved bodies clean. Good CLA393 696 697 40 80 photo
6701-141 6701-141 Lot of four small screwdrivers. Three by YANKEE including a Handyman and two No. 15s all with light wear especially on handles. ANd a DUNLAP Midget No. 1071 also with light wear on handle. Good plus FNK10 23 24 30 60 photo
6701-142 6701-142 Archimedean drill. Nickel plated brass where handle is tube containing 5 bits that moves spiral center. 4 jaw chuck unmarked 10 inches long clean. Good plus REW409 35 70 photo
6701-143 6701-143 IRWIN bit set No. BBM in box. 6 spur auger bits from one-fourth inch to 1 inch with green paper backing in case and most of original green label on lid of box. Lock on front missing hook so does not stay shut. Wood has some wear bits look never used with only a few spots of rust. Good BSR434 30 60 photo
6701-144 6701-144 IRWIN Bluwin spur auger bit set. About half have majority or traces of orange Bluwin labels on stem. Has blue and yellow American Institute of Fair Competition Inc. Guaranty License Label No. 1 on inside of box but no other label. one-fourth inch to 1 inch size. Box has stains and scuffing a few tight cracks one latch missing hook. Good BSR438 50 100 photo
6701-145 6701-145 IRWIN bit set No. BBM in box. Later version with orange paper label behind bits all but one-fourth inch are clean and look not used but one-fourth inch is replacement Greenlee bit. Box has some dirt and light stains. Good BSR435 30 60 photo
6701-146 6701-146 RUSSELL JENNINGS bit set . 13 spur auger bits mostly clean with a few spots of rust in stand-up wood box where lid folds downward. Some light scuffs and wear to box label on one end is no longer legible 1893 patent date stamp on box. Good EMN53 60 100 photo
6701-147 6701-147 RUSSELL JENNINGS No. 100 auger bit set IOB. Most bits clean however 3 have ends sheared off possibly for use in non-square chuck. Yellow label on inside lid good a few trays in top compartment have edges broken off. Only top latch has hook some staining and wear to box. Good- BSR436 35 70 photo
6701-148 *6701-148 Lot of three honing stones. 6 inch to 8 inch in length. One in fingerjointed box one in leather sleeve and one in homemade box. Moderate to light use. Good HAN612 25 50 photo
6701-149 *6701-149 NORTON honing stone. Two layer stone 7 inch x 2 inch x 1 inch light use. In fingerjointed box. Good OVR318 20 40 photo
6701-150 *6701-150 Set of two stamps. three-sixteenths inch numbers with partial label on wood box. And SEARS one-eighths inch letter stamps with risque limerick written on bottom of box in pencil that Ill leave to your imagination. Both have a little rust wear and scuffs to wood. Good LEE120 25 50 photo
6701-151 *6701-151 C.H. HANSON CO. military number stamp kit. Inside lid has company name with Chicago 1942. Box contains most of one-half inch alphabet stamps with P missing and half the numbers missing. Has extra one-eighths inch A F X stamps plus one-fourth inch 2 and U stamps. Box has compartments for brass stamping block for marking utensils and hammer. Some rust especially on hammer and brass block has been heavily stamped. Stain and wear on box. Good- RBN89 25 50 photo
6701-152 6701-152 Lot of three honing stones. A 7 inch x 2 inch silicon carbide from Japan in box with original label some use. A smaller one stamped Franz Swatty Marburg Austria with some chips in edges. And a PIKE Lily White Washita oil stone dirty with a few dings but not much use and label near complete. Good HAN 30 60 photo
6701-153 *6701-153 Honing stone in rosewood box. 7 inch x 2 inch stone inside 9-one-half inch x 2 inch decoratively carved box out of what looks like rosewood. User stamps in a few places. Good CLA 20 40 photo
6701-154 6701-154 STARRETT plumb bob and reel. A No. 507 handled steel tape with No. 515C six inch plumb bob. Light wear to handle and some discoloration of tape overall clean. Good HAN619 40 80 photo
6701-155 6701-155 Lot of three brass plumb bobs. A 6 inch conical in leather holster tarnished with wooden string holder and string. Another 6 inch turnip shaped one and a 4-one-half inch conical both with some dinging. Good LKY31 34 35 36 30 60 photo
6701-156 6701-156 Lot of six plumb bobs. 7-one-half inch to 4 inch in length steel iron and brass including MILLERS FALLS No. 4 a knurled STARRETT and large cast iron acorn shaped one. Rust on most. Good HAN655 40 80 photo
6701-157 6701-157 Lot of seven plumb bobs. 6 inch to 3 inch in length two brass conical rest steel including a STARRETT. A few have knurling. Good HAN654 40 80 photo
6701-158 6701-158 Large brass plumb bob. Pear shaped 4-one-half inch long body with 1-one-half inch long iron tip knurled top. User initials some dings including slightly larger one in middle. Good CLA716 30 60 photo
6701-159 6701-159 Decorative brass plated plumb bob. Looks like its iron coated with brass round with grooves nearly 6 inches tall including large iron hook that looks handwrought. Some dents and dings and a small crack in base. Different. Good NHF45 40 80 photo
6701-160 6701-160 STANLEY No. 5 plumb bob. Type 4 cast iron point slightly ground at end 4-one-half inches long clean. Good LHD11A 50 100 photo
6701-161 6701-161 STANLEY No. 2 plumb bob. 4 inches brass Stanley Rule and Level New Britain Conn is stamped on reel some dings. Good LHD11 60 120 photo
6701-162 *6701-162 KEUFFEL and ESSER brass plumb bob. Conical 4 inch long with steel tip marked 6471-16 light use but overall clean Good DOR188 15 30 photo
6701-163 *6701-163 Brass plumb bob. Conical with rounded top that screws off about halfway down the body steel tip moderately dinging. Good LHD10 25 50 photo
6701-164 6701-164 Lot of two STANLEY tools. A No. 16 mitre square with 85 percent plating a few spots of rust. And less common No. 31 angle divider with rosewood stem some pitting on one arm but nickel plating nearly complete overall clean. Good and better DOR264 100 200 photo
6701-165 6701-165 Lot of three STANLEY trammel point sets. A No. 3 Type 3 notched rectangle marks on points a few dings but clean. And two No. 2s a Type 1 with no pencil socket tip light wear with some slight rust on very long points and a Type 2 with pencil clasp marked with patent date not on keeper like the other two. Good DOR190 191 195 75 150 photo
6701-166 6701-166 Lot of two trammel point sets. STANLEY No. 5 with both short and long points japanning 70 percent no keeper. And STARRETT No. 59A could use a cleaning but overall in good condition on keeper. Good DOR187 196 60 120 photo
6701-167 6701-167 Lot of two measuring tools. A 6 inch STANLEY No. 20 square light pitting on blade. And a MATHIESON No. 11C ebony and brass level marked on brass vial wet some light scratching and brass lightly polished. Good TKY145 80 160 photo
6701-168 6701-168 STANLEY No. 31 angle divider. Clean sweetheart mark small spots of rust. Has original instruction booklet. Good DOR 40 80 photo
6701-169 6701-169 Lot of measuring tools. STANLEY No. 1 trammel points Type 3. A STANLEY No. 41 pocket level Type 5 and a similar one with plain front and japanned. Plus a STANLEY No. 38-one-half level clean with 80 percent plating sweetheart mark. Good RSR47 85 40 80 photo
6701-170 6701-170 Lot of two tools. A pair of GOODELL-PRATT chamfer guides clean with most of their plating. And a pair of large brass trammel points square bodies 5-one-half inches long one missing its clamp screw some dinging. Good DOR185 194 40 80 photo
6701-171 6701-171 Brass trammel points. Brass square bodied with cutouts heart shaped thumbscrews. 6 inches long with initials EJH on both some rust on points. Good CLA40 35 70 photo
6701-172 6701-172 Lot of STANLEY No. 3 trammel points. Type 1 no pencil holder on decorative rosewood keeper with some water stains. Good CLA36 30 60 photo
6701-173 6701-173 STANLEY No. 10 try square. 4 inches rosewood inlay SRandL mark on unruled blade with some pitting. Good DOR262 60 120 photo
6701-174 6701-174 T. BENJAMIN slick. 3-one-half inch edge 33-one-half inches long including the 17 inch wood turned handle. Stamped T. Benjamin Cast Steel NY which presumably is for Timothy Benjamin a maker of edge tools in New York City in 1836-1837. Some dinging and rust spots handle clean and likely replacement and held in place with some sort of foam adhesive. Light pitting but nothing on backside near edge. Good RUS56 60 120 photo
6701-175 6701-175 Slick. Unmarked 3-one-half inch edge 8-one-half inch handle has wear and a few chips looks original and is held on with screw. Some light rust and pitting chip in corner of edge that needs honed out. Good RUS55 35 70 photo
6701-176 6701-176 Lot of two mortise chisels. one-half inch NEWBOULD handle has crack where it meets chisel body brass ring at end. And five-eighths inch one by W. BUTCHER large iron ferrule at top of handle repaired crack and wear to wood. Both have slight surface rust. Good MSV 40 80 photo
6701-177 6701-177 THOMAS DOUGLASS corner chisel. Stamped on one edge with the name of co-owner of Douglass Mfg Co. of Seymour CT. 1-one-fourth edges with pointed center traces of japanning on stem a few spots of rust. Good handle looks too new and likely replacement. Good RUS63 50 100 photo
6701-178 6701-178 Lot of two gooseneck mortise chisels. Large one by IBBOTSON with one-half inch edge some spots of rust. And smaller unmarked one with one-fourth inch edge and brass ferrule on handle. Good RUS58 40 80 photo
6701-179 6701-179 Set of Japanese FUJIWARA SANGYO chisels. All but one have labels. Fujiwara Sangyo has been in operation since 1944 and these look to date to the 50s or 60s. 9 chisels from one-eighths inch to 1-one-half inch in width about half are bevel edge. Some staining on most rust on a few and could use a general cleaning but looks like chisels have seen little to no use. Inside original wood box 16 inch by 10 inch lid has a few cracks. Good MSV20 60 120 photo
6701-180 6701-180 SNOW and NEALLEY CO. axe head. Nicelabel 99 percent there clean 4 inch edge looks never used. Fine MSV34 50 100 photo
6701-181 6701-181 Lot of five chisels. Two one-half inch one marked E. KELLEY and other marked J.W. MIX and CO. A 1 inch P.S. andW No. 1EX and 1-one-fourth inch HSandB CO. Plus a one-half inch corner chisel marked DOUGLASS MFG. CO. A few have rust spots handles on a couple are in rough shape. Good- and better RUS291A 60 120 photo
6701-182 6701-182 Lot of STANLEY No. 45 bottoms. A pair of 12 HandR 10R 8H pair 6HandR plus two 10R all japanned. 3 nosing bottoms one japanned and others nickel plated. Blades include 12 HandR 8HandR two 6H and two 10R. Most have majority of japanning or plating some dirt 6R missing one screw. Good- and better BHR662 125 250 photo
6701-183 6701-183 Lot of five sash templates. 8 inch to 5 inch in length. One is made of beech two look like rosewood and two looks like oak. A couple have brass ends user stamps and some light wear but overall in decent shape. Good CLA557-561 50 100 photo
6701-184 6701-184 Set of STANLEY No. 45 bottoms. 6 8 10 12 HandR pairs plus extra 5H and 12R. All nickel plated except for 6 HandR which is japanned. No cutters some spots of light rust and slight loss of nickel but overall in good shape. Good DOR259 125 250 photo
6701-185 6701-185 STANLEY No. 55 cutter set. Boxes 1 to 4 in original boxes with green labels mostly intact. Box 3 missing slitter otherwise all cutters present. Some light dirt and stain spots on boxes and cutters have a few spots of rust but generally clean. Good plus BHR663 150 300 photo
6701-186 6701-186 OHIO TOOL plow cutters. 6 cutters not numbered with globe stamp at top plus one W. BUTCHER. Some spots of rust a couple very slightly spalled. One or two nicks in edges. Good NHF 50 100 photo
6701-187 6701-187 Lot of two LIE-NIELSEN dowel plates. One with 9 holes and other 7 holes look unused with original paper and instructions. Fine MCY30 60 120 photo
6701-188 6701-188 Lot of three SAMUEL NEWBOULD cutters. 2-one-fourth 2-one-half and 2-three-eighths sizes. Two with chip breakers. Some rust and pitting. Good WOL359 40 80 photo
6701-189 6701-189 Lot of plow cutters. Thirteen total including MOULSON BROTHERS Nos. 1 5 6 7 and 8 five PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. and three unmarked. A few spots of rust or discoloration but mostly clean. Good MSV37 60 120 photo
6701-190 6701-190 STANLEY Bedrock parts. Frog cutter and chipbreaker and lever cap with only Bedrock mark plus extra lever cap that has Stanley Bedrock mark. Traces of japanning and plating some rust patent mark on cutter. Good THF317B 35 70 photo
6701-191 6701-191 Lot of bits. About 35 total various types but mostly spur auger paddle and lipped spoon bits generally clean. Plus name stamps for M.L. Reed C. Engle and J. Cole. Good HMS6 40 80 photo
6701-192 *6701-192 ALUMO 1A grooving plane. Aluminum body a few spots of rust on skate and some pitting dings. Cutter screw is replacement from a Sargent. Good VTD 20 40 photo
6701-193 6701-193 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane. Fishscale handle complete except only has one depth stop and one beading cutter 98 percent of finish. Good plus RSR120 40 80 photo
6701-194 6701-194 Lot of two STANLEY rabbeting and filletster planes. A No. 78 and No. 289 both with script logo on cheek sweetheart mark on cutters. No. 78 has no depth stop or screw japanning 60 percent couple small nicks in throat. No. 289 has been repainted and very light surface rust. Good BSR122 125 75 150 photo
6701-195 6701-195 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 182 with about half japanning no depth stop cutter has Stanley New Britain Conn USA on three lines. And a No. 49 swing-fence match plane nickel plating 90 percent clean. Good and better RSR121 75 150 photo
6701-196 6701-196 STANLEY No. 200 cutter and chisel grinder. Nickel plated version with some flaking and a few spots of rust complete. Good RSR38 35 70 photo
6701-197 6701-197 Lot of two STANLEY No. 386 jointer gauge. Both complete with traces of plating could use a cleaning knobs ok. Good OVR306 313 60 120 photo
6701-198 6701-198 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Early type with semicircle cutout in back center plating 99 percent very clean. Notched rectangle mark on cutters. Fine LHD133 60 120 photo
6701-199 6701-199 STANLEY No. 239 one-eighths inch special dado plane. Type 1 unfenced version with vee mark on cutter japanning 80 percent. Good plus LHD132 125 250 photo
6701-200 6701-200 STANLEY No. 95. Type 1A with script logo and patent date on body and sweetheart mark on cutter. Japanning 80 percent with surface rust. Good OVR126 40 80 photo
6701-201 6701-201 STANLEY No. 238 weatherstripping plane. one-fourth inch cutter with sweetheart mark proper fence japanning 75 percent and could use a cleaning some rust. Good DOR108 60 120 photo
6701-202 6701-202 Lot of four spokeshaves. An ANDREW JOHNSON patented reversible spokeshave later version with round head screws faint double patent date mark on cap some light rust and pitting. A STEARNS No. 10 with 40 percent japanning a few chips in edge. A L. BAILEY No. 8 with faint Boston mark on cutter surface rust screw chewed and nicks in edge. And a BATCHELDER and SON light spokeshave light the top one in figure 4-19 on page 111 in Lamond. Traces of japanning clearly marked blade. Good BHR116 60 120 photo
6701-203 6701-203 Lot of three spokeshaves. A STEARNS No. 8 with replacement Stanley cutter traces of japanning spots of rust. A STANLEY No. 53 adjustable throat sweetheart mark on cutter japanning 80 percent And a brass casting similar to the STANLEY No. 68 with Stanley cutter. Good OVR55 30 60 photo
6701-204 6701-204 Lot of five spokeshaves. Four by STANLEY including two No. 51 and two No. 55 japanning 70-80 percent on No. 55s but mostly complete on the 51s. Plus a L. BAILEY No. 8 with clear Boston stamp some light pitting. Good BHR179 40 80 photo
6701-205 6701-205 Lot of four STANLEY spokeshaves. Two No. 54s one missing thumbscrew with knurled handles other older version with traces of japanning. A No. 52 with sweetheart mark and majority of japanning. And a No. 60 with double cutters marked with semicircle SRandL mark S casting mark on one handle traces of japanning and some pitting. Good BSR673 40 80 photo
6701-206 *6701-206 Lot of two spokeshaves. A UNION No. 117 double shave similar to the Stanley No. 60 cutters marked Union Plane Co. and 117 cast into handle japanning 95 percent. And a STANLEY No. 51 with cutter and handle marked Made in USA and the number 1 cast into other handle some rust on cap. Good OVR56 25 50 photo
6701-207 6701-207 Lot of two shaves. A MILLERS FALLS No. 1 -Cigar- shave one of MFs signature tools patented by Albert Goodell before the founding of Goodell-Pratt 10 inch model with rosewood handles super clean. And an uncommon SUMNER PACKARD No. 2 sole shave Lamond p. 62 marked on body with name patent and number 2 clean with most of its japanning. Good and better RSR46 50 60 120 photo
6701-208 6701-208 Lot of three SEYMOUR SMITH and SON shaves. Two No. 3 double shave with traces of japanning and a few spots of rust. And a No. 1 with 65 percent japanning rust spots and initials scratched on bottom of one handle. All have Seymour Smith and Son marked cutters. Good- BSR674 40 80 photo
6701-209 6701-209 Lot of two STANLEY tools. A No. 65 chamfer shave 80 percent japanning vee mark on cutter. And a No. 66 hand beader japanning 70 percent has both fences but no cutters. Good BHR680 35 70 photo
6701-210 6701-210 Lot of two STANLEY hand tools. A No. 66 hand beader with both fences and 6 cutters japanning 50 percent. Blade and attachment frame and screws are brass missing screw for straight fence. And a No. 67 universal spokeshave needs the fence one cutter and only round bottom. Handles dinged but intact nickel 85 percent. Good- OVR59 261 40 80 photo
6701-211 6701-211 Lot of two shaves. An A.E. JOHNSON heel shave marked with his 7-30-67 patent and Oxford Mass on brass part of body iron sole see p. 78 in Lamond no japanning. And a No. 67 universal shave with flat bottom only one cutter no fence. Handles have some dinging nickel 80 percent. Good- and better ALV200 210 30 60 photo
6701-212 6701-212 Lot of two STANLEY cabinet scrapers. A No. 83 with 70 percent plating some stains and wear to wood wide roller. And a No. 81 with light wear to rosewood sole plating 75 percent DISSTON cutter. Good OVR57 60 40 80 photo
6701-213 6701-213 KEISER patented cabinet shave. This scraper patented by John A. Keiser of Cincinnati OH is covered by patents 300 266 and 305 603. Manufactured by Samuel C. Tatum and Co. this one looks like the patent drawings with traces of japanning cutter looks like replacement. Has photocopies of the 300 266 patent papers though that patent was never produced and the improved clamp patent 305 603 was the manufactured version. Very nice example of an uncommon scraper. Good RML69 60 120 photo
6701-214 6701-214 SARGENT VBM No. 53 scraper. Gullwing design has replacement CLIFTON cutter japanning 75 percent wood has light use. One of Sargents less common planes. Good RML78 60 120 photo
6701-215 6701-215 STANLEY No. 83 cabinet scraper. Superclean looks never used. Wide roller wood has one or two small stains otherwise excellent. Fine RML245 50 100 photo
6701-216 6701-216 Lot of two routers. A STANLEY No. 71-one-half Type 5 plating 70 percent on top but mostly gone on sole one cutter wood has wear and staining. And a SARGENT No. 62 with unusual worm gear to adjust the depth of cut. Someone has attached a brass sole with screws through the body likely to make the throat smaller. Plating 80 percent wood has some wear and dirt on lacquer. Good- and better OVR129 50 100 photo
6701-217 6701-217 Stanley No. 71 router. Type 5 with S casting mark no throat closer one-fourth inch cutter plating 80 percent. Knobs have light dinging but generally ok. Good PTL66 40 80 photo
6701-218 6701-218 KENDALL and VOSE Windsor beader. No cutters or fence plating is 90 percent wood very clean and one handle stamped with September 15 1885 patent date. Good MDY306 75 150 photo
6701-219 6701-219 Lot of two STANLEY No. 71 routers. A Type 5 with S casting mark cutter clamp a replacement traces of plating knobs ok. V carved into body on side. And a Type 14 with most of its nickel plating missing thumbscrew for throat closing device and attachment. Wood has light wear. Good BSR247 248 50 100 photo
6701-220 6701-220 STANLEY No. 71-one-half router. Type 4 plating 85 percent wood has some wear v-shaped cutter. Good OVR320 40 80 photo
6701-221 6701-221 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 5 with throat closer some dinging to knobs plating 85 percent. Good NHF211 40 80 photo
6701-222 6701-222 Lot of four claw hammers. A STANLEY Bell System a TRUE TEMPER an unmarked one and a CHENEY Patent Nail Holder hammer with nail holder on underside of claws. Some spots of rust wear on handles and some paint cracks and most wear to Cheney handle. Good OVR299 50 100 photo
6701-223 6701-223 Lot of five claw hammers. Two 20 oz size including one by VAUGHAN and a CHENEY No. 777 adze hammer Type 3. And three 7 oz by PLUMB SAMSON and BELKNAP BLUEGRASS. All with light wear on handles a few with light spots of rust but generally clean Vaughan has a couple small chips on poll. Good HAN653 60 120 photo
6701-224 *6701-224 Wood mallet. 4 inch x 5-one-half inch head 15 inch handle through the head some staining from age and light wear. Good DJS 20 40 photo
6701-225 6701-225 Lot of four hammers. Two upholstery tack hammers with nail pullers including a CONKLIN patent marked with 12-10-67 patent date. And two crate hammers including one marked DUNLAP and other that looks similar to calvary pin hammer but has nail puller at end. Some rust and wear on all. Good EMN63A 30 60 photo
6701-226 6701-226 Lot of four claw hammers. One marked GERMANTOWN TOOL WORKS with short handle other three are unmarked. Generally clean and in good shape for age some dinging on a few. Good REW1337 1345 1348 1349 40 80 photo
6701-227 *6701-227 Lot of two hammers. A STANLEY riveting hammer clean with partial label on handle and a beryllium non-sparking small sledgehammer with G19708 cast into head some dings. And a whatsit item that is 12 inches long cast iron hollow inside with open end flares at both ends with narrower center one end rounded. Fairly clean with 252 written in white ink. Good UNK 20 40 photo
6701-228 6701-228 Lot of three hammers. A STANLEY cross peen made in England and rock hammer. Plus an unmarked upholstery with wood handle. All clean with light use. Good COL245 30 60 photo
6701-229 6701-229 Lot of six hammers. A glaziers hammer log marking hammer that marks letters DC an upholstery hammer with metal handle US cavalry picket hammer beryllium non-sparking small sledgehammer with Proto and 1430 cast in it and blue handle and small hammer with rounded handle. All with some wear glaziers hammer fairly clean. Good ALV90 222 489 653 657 35 70 photo
6701-230 *6701-230 Lot of three claw hammers. A MAYDOLE a STANLEY -100 Plus - and a BELKNAP BLUEGRASS. All with wear and some dinging stains on hammer. Maydole has article taped to handle that was written about David Maydole hammers being one of the first carpenters claw hammers. Good ALV341 343 344 25 50 photo
6701-231 *6701-231 Lot of two crate hammers. One marked MARKWELL MFG CO. NEW YORK NY other unmarked with claw head that looks similar to calvary pin hammer but has nail puller at end. Good OVR178 20 40 photo
6701-232 6701-232 STANLEY No. 62 low angle plane. Designed for cutting cross and end grains this is one of Stanleys rarer planes. Japanning 90 percent knob looks relacquered sweetheart mark on cutter. Unfortunately is missing tote and has rather large chip in throat. Good- BHR675 40 80 photo
6701-233 6701-233 STANLEY No. 64 butcher block plane. Japanning 90 percent throat good. Tote has repaired crack and some staining knob ok. Missing lever cap. Good- LHD1 200 400 photo
6701-234 6701-234 Lot of two bench planes. A Union No. X5 japanning retouched tote has repaired chip in side and screw at base of tote may be replacement. Has Stanley patent date cutter some pitting on cheeks. And a SIEGLEY No. 4C plane with marked cutter and characteristic lever cap. Traces of japanning but plating on cap 80 percent tote has light wear pitting on cheeks. Good BWH 50 100 photo
6701-235 6701-235 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. Nickel plating 85 percent good tote and knob sweetheart cutter. One set of extensions but turnbuckle is a replacement. Good plus BSR645 75 150 photo
6701-236 6701-236 SARGENT VBM No. 43 scraper plane. Similar to the Stanley No. 12-one-half with a wood sole the Sargent version has mahogany handles. Rust on cheeks and cutter handles have light wear japanning 90 percent beech sole has mild use. Repaired gouge in one cheek. Good RML248 50 100 photo
6701-237 6701-237 Stanley No. 11 beltmakers plane. Later type T mark on cutter japanning 75 percent rusty. Wood ok. Good OVR169 35 50 photo
6701-238 6701-238 Scraper plane. Not sure who made this but it looks like an attempt at something similar to a Stanley No. 12-three-fourths with a thick rosewood sole held on by square nuts black painted handles knurled adjustment screws. No cutter rusty body. Good- RML249 30 60 photo
6701-239 6701-239 STANLEY No. 12-one-half veneer scraper. Looks like a Type 2. Japanning 90 percent handles show light use and IV carved in one handle wood has moderate wear. No cutter. Good- OVR285 40 80 photo
6701-240 6701-240 STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Beech tote and knob veneer on knob gone. Vee mark on cutter and some discoloration japanning 80 percent. Good HMS3 40 80 photo
6701-241 6701-241 R.M. RUMBOLD CO. butt mortise plane. Marked -Pat ApplÕd For- behind frog where patent usually located and -Made in USA- behind front knob. Knobs worn japanning 50 percent. Good CLA97 30 60 photo
6701-242 6701-242 KEEN KUTTER K312 cabinet scraper. Uncommon this one has replacement Stanley cutter japanning 70 percent wear to tote but in decent shape knob has crack and some wear a few paint splotches. Good RML203 120 200 photo
6701-243 6701-243 Lot of two STANLEY corrugated sole jointer planes. A No. 7C with sweetheart cutter plain lever cap japanning retouched tall knob with tight crack at base tote good. And a No. 8C also with sweetheart mark notched rectangle lever cap with most of its orange paint japanning nearly complete but has dime shaped bubble near toe label on tote 75 percent light wear on wood. Spots of light rust on the soles of both. Good plus BWH84 86 60 120 photo
6701-244 6701-244 Lot of two STANLEY jointers. Nos. 7 and 8 both with orange notched rectangle lever caps one with sweetheart mark and other notched rectangle on cutters japanning retouched on No. 8 and 90 percent on No. 7 wood good on both. Tiny nick in throat of No. 8. Good BWH85 87 50 100 photo
6701-245 6701-245 Lot of two STANLEY A5 jack planes. Both with sweetheart cutters and notched rectangle lever caps but only one has orange paint. Tall knobs and totes good with one having traces of decal. One has body a little more dinged and worn than the other a few spots of rust. Good BSR619 621 60 120 photo
6701-246 6701-246 STANLEY No. 604C Bedrock smoothing plane. Flat sided notched rectangle mark on lever cap with 70 percent plating and no orange sweetheart mark on cutter. Repaired crack in tote tall knob ok. Metal has some pitting rust and discoloration a few spots of paint. Not the prettiest and could use a cleaning but a good user. Good OVR139 75 150 photo
6701-247 6701-247 STANLEY No. A4 aluminum bench plane. Sweetheart on cutter patent date behind frog tall knob and tote have moderate wear pitting on cutter and lever cap typical dinging to body small nicks in throat. Good BSR618 40 80 photo
6701-248 6701-248 STANLEY No. 604 Bedrock smoothing plane. Vee mark on cutter notched rectangle lever cap with no orange patent date behind frog low knob has a few tight cracks tote has wear and a little loose. Pitting and darkening of metal. Good DOR 60 120 photo
6701-249 6701-249 Lot of three STANLEY planes. A No. 4 with patent date cutter B casting mark behind frog crudely repaired crack in tote wear of low knob. A No. 40 scrub plane with sweetheart cutter japanning good light wear to wood. And a No. 5 with sweetheart mark badly repaired crack in tote knob and japanning ok lever cap has crack in one side. All have some surface rust in spots. Good- and better OVR27 28 40 80 photo
6701-250 6701-250 MILLERS FALLS No. 502 corner brace. 10 inch sweep in decent condition with slight loss of plating and light rust in spots wear to wood two-jaw chuck good. Good BWH74 40 80 photo
6701-251 6701-251 Brace and bits. A STANLEY Bell System 10 inch sweep two jaw chuck light wear but overall clean. And three auger bits two by BATES and one by GREENLEE and a FORSTNER patent bit with 2-23-86 date on it all inside wood box with sliding lid and yellow label on top for -Extra Auger Bits- manufactured especially for farmers. Good PNG32 38 40 80 photo
6701-252 6701-252 MILLERS FALLS No. 502 corner brace. 10 inch sweep in decent condition with slight loss of plating and light rust in spots and japanning touched up wear to wood two-jaw chuck good. Good MHT37 40 80 photo
6701-253 6701-253 Lot of two braces. A STANLEY No. 945 10 inch sweep clean with two jaw chuck and a RUSSELL and ERWIN with two jaw chuck highly worn and rusty a little squeaky but still works fine. Good- and better KAS1 30 60 photo
6701-254 6701-254 Lot of two 10 inch sweep braces. A MILLERS FALLS No. 732 and PEXTO 8010E both with moderate wear to wood and Pexto has wear to plating and some surface rust. Both with two-jaw chucks. Good KAS2 30 60 photo
6701-255 6701-255 Lot of three tools. MILLERS FALLS No. 108 angle brace attachment and No. 51 sill borer missing handle both could use a cleaning with traces of japanning. And a hand vise with 1-one-fourth inch jaws a couple tiny chips but has majority of japanning. Good- and better MRA21 34 122 40 80 photo
6701-256 6701-256 FRAY No. 107 spofford brace. 7 inch sweep has most of plating on top half but missing on bottom half rosewood has wear but overall ok faint user stamp on head. Good RSR41 30 60 photo
6701-257 6701-257 Small steel brace. Plated with 4 inch sweep knurled locking screw near bottom but has no chuck 1-three-fourths inch wide head is fixed and has Graybill Clinic etched in it so possibly used in a medical clinic. Some of the plating missing. Good HAN634 30 60 photo
6701-258 *6701-258 Lot of three tools. Two three-jaw chuck hand drills including A MILLERS FALLS No. 77 clean with light wear mark on handle prior to Greenfield location. And a STANLEY No. 624 65 percent japanning dark stained hardwood handles with a few dings 6 bits in handle some surface rust. And a WALDEN-WORCESTER automotive speed wrench patented 10-22-18 wear to head and some rust and discoloration on body. Good AED45 46 25 50 photo
6701-259 6701-259 KEEN KUTTER broad axe. Head pitted and a a little rusty but can see the Keen Kutter imprint 10-one-half inch edge 25 inch handle has inactive worm and a few chips. Good- CLA239 40 80 photo
6701-260 *6701-260 Broad axe. 9 inch edge has some chips unmarked some pitting and rust. Handle has crack near head that would need repaired or new handle to use. Fair EDM2 20 40 photo
6701-261 6701-261 Lot of two broad axes. A BEATTY and SON with oxe stamp 5 inch recently sharpened edge 16 inch handle with crack on one side some surface rust. And a fairly clean one with 6 inch edge some spots of light surface rust 13 inch handle. Good EDM3 30 60 photo
6701-262 6701-262 GIFFORD WOOD CO. ice axe. Marked 605 on 14 inch wide head a few chips from end and some surface rust 14 inch handle has light wear. Good CLA246 30 60 photo
6701-263 6701-263 Lot of two axes. A brick axe with 4 inch double heads and marked only Cast Steel 9 inch handle clean. And a strapped fire axe looks English with poll and 2-one-half edge clean with 14 inch handle. Good plus EMN42 44 50 100 photo
6701-264 6701-264 GREAVES and SONS coopers axe. Marked with Greaves and Electro Boracic Steel 10 inch edge has some small nicks that could be honed out some spots of rust. 10 inch handle has large chunk missing lengthwise. Good CLA425 60 120 photo
6701-265 *6701-265 Lot of two edge tools. A broad hatchet unmarked 5 inch edge clean and sharp 12 inch handle has some wear at end. And an axe head also unmarked 7-one-fourth inch wide with 4 inch edge some pitting. Looks recently cleaned and sharpened and all it needs is a handle. Good HMS21 22 25 50 photo
6701-266 6701-266 Broad axe. Heavily pitted head 11 inch edge appears unmarked. With newly replaced 11 inch handle. Good SPM 30 60 photo
6701-267 6701-267 Stirrup adze. 4 inch slightly curved edge stamped with the number one and -India.- Handle good with a few spots of inactive worm overall clean. Good plus LDZ89 35 70 photo
6701-268 6701-268 Lot of two hand adzes. A bowl adze with 6 inch sharp edge looks handforged 5-one-half inch good handle. And one with 3 inch straight edge and nail puller in the middle unmarked 10 inch handle has a few stains. Good LBD282 284 40 80 photo
6701-269 6701-269 Bowl adze. 10 inch long head with 6 edge unmarked and possibly handforged 9 inch handle. Some spots of rust but edge clean. Good WOL606 40 80 photo
6701-270 6701-270 Lot of three small bowl adzes. 1-one-half inch 2 inch and 3 inch edges with varying curve possibly used by chairmakers. All 7 inch handles one is straight with a few chips other two have curved ends. Good LBD281 285 287 50 100 photo
6701-271 6701-271 Lot of two coopers adzes. Both with 2-one-fourth edges one has bolt running through handle into head with washer and nut at end of handle other has handcarved handle both with wear and staining. Good LDZ27 29 50 100 photo
6701-272 6701-272 Stirrup adze. Decorative handle 3-one-half inch edge possibly handforged some wear to lacquer on handle and light rust in spots on metal. Check in one side of handle. Good- CGD58 30 60 photo
6701-273 6701-273 Lot of two double edged adzes. One with 2-one-fourth inch and 2-one-half inch curved edges 4-one-half inch handle with some wear and chips spots of rust but edges good. And one with thicker middle 2 inch flat and 2 inch curved edges looks possibly hand forged 5 inch crudely carved handle with cracks and chips on end. Good- and better LBD220 296 40 80 photo
6701-274 6701-274 Lot of three wooden levels. A STRATTON BROS. No. 1 28 inch fully brass bound mahogany version thats rarer than the rosewood a STANLEY No. 9 adjustable carpenters level Type 1 with good clear eagle mark rosewood 30 inch brass tipped and a STANLEY No. 18 adjustable 28 inch cherry brass tipped. All in good or better condition with original vials normal dinging to wood but no damage. Good and better BHR671 150 250 photo
6701-275 6701-275 Lot of three wooden levels. Two examples of STANLEY levels with the adjustable porthole mounted vials a No. 30 24-one-half inch rosewood very clean and complete and a No. 25 28-one-half inch worn with one vial missing. Plus a DAVIS and COOK 26 inch early type marked -Cooks Patent- nickel top plate worn but intact good vials user name stamps. Good and better REW282 329 150 250 photo
6701-276 6701-276 Lot of two early wooden levels. One by HALL and KNAPP predecessor to Stanley mahogany 29-one-half inch untipped and wood a little worn at ends one plumb and rectangular vial side view on one side only. And a LAMBERT MULLIKEN and STACKPOLE rosewood 25-one-half inch brass tipped very clean sharp mark plumb vial a proper replacement. Good and better REW306 315 120 200 photo
6701-277 6701-277 HELB Patent Grade and Level Finder. Patented and manufactured in Railroad PA often mistaken for a railroad tool this was one of the more successful gravity inclinometers judging by the number that have survived. This is the variation with the porthole plumb vial. Wood and brass very clean good dial all original. A very nice example of a level that if not truly rare is a wonderful gizmo Good plus REW300 150 300 photo
6701-278 6701-278 STANLEY No. 0 level. Good sweetheart mark and nearly intact decal 28 inch moderate dinging to stock. Good BWH1 40 80 photo
6701-279 6701-279 DIETZGEN Abney sighting level. 6 inch long good vernier dial near new condition in original leather pouch with former owners name written in inside of lid. Fine SAN242 125 200 photo
6701-280 6701-280 MILLERS FALLS No. 23 Bench Level. One of the least common MF levels 6- Type 2 with top mounted level vial and two plumbs all vials original very clean with clear milling marks Plus as a bonus a Stanley No. 41 pocket level with thin brass top. Good plus KAS1 60 120 photo
6701-281 6701-281 STARRETT No. 133A engineers and plumbers level. Well above average version of Starretts classic inclinometer which is usually a rusted mess. Very little rust and japanning intact. Level vial a proper replacement. Starrett is still making these and you can buy a brand new one for 435 dollars but wouldnt you rather have one with a little age for a fraction of the price. Good plus ALV569 90 180 photo
6701-282 6701-282 DAVIS patent No. 9 level. Manufactured by M.W. ROBINSON after Davis sold his business to them. 24 inch All vials wet japanning no damage to cast iron but the center strap on one plumb vial is broken doesnt affect appearance or use. Good plus HAN647 80 150 photo
6701-283 6701-283 Lot of two cast iron levels. An L.S. STARRETT Type 2 and a C.E. JENNINGS. Both 18 inch vials good and original some surface rust but no damage. Good and better CLA11 12 80 150 photo
6701-284 6701-284 Lot of two ROBINSON No. 8 levels. Manufactured by M.W. Robinson after he bought out Leonard Davis and still marked -Davis Patent.- Both 18 inch very clean with all corners and filigree intact japanning nearly complete. Good plus HAN648 649 90 150 photo
6701-285 6701-285 Lot of two calculators. A Keuffel and Esser No. 4096M -merchants- slide rule in original case with flap torn and an -Addometer- desk mechanical calculator in original case with instructions missing the stylus as always but you can use a pencil point. Both in like new condition except as noted. Good plus RSR25 26 100 180 photo
6701-286 6701-286 BAILEY TOOL CO. Defiance Model B block plane. About 60 percent japanning with only traces on cap no knob has chip in side of throat. Rust spots a scrape on one cheek. Has partial battleaxe with only -Defiance- above it on cutter. Despite condition issues its still an uncommon plane. Good- BHR86 150 300 photo
6701-287 6701-287 BAILEY Victor No. 0-one-half block plane. Traces of japanning on body and on cap Victor screw. Unmarked cutter has some spots of pitting missing front knob. Throat has been crudely widened on one half and a couple chips in sole. Fair BHR67 100 200 photo
6701-288 6701-288 Lot of two bullnose rabbet planes. A RECORD No. 077A clean body throat has tiny chip in corner. Unfortunately it has soldered brass repair on both cheeks where it looks like top half of body snapped off. Other than that its a pretty nice user. And a PRESTON No. 1347 japanned version without the fence textured cheeks. Marked cutter and cap screw. Japanning 80 percent one-eighths inch chip in corner of throat. Good- JCI36 75 150 photo
6701-289 6701-289 STANLEY No. 9-three-fourths block plane. Has Type 1 body but much later replacement lever cap. Extremely rusty ball has wear and a few cracks splotches of lacquer or paint. Several chips in throat. Fair BHR 40 80 photo
6701-290 6701-290 PRESTON bullnose rabbet plane. Looks like a 1355 some wear to cap scratches on 4 inch sole but no major damage cheek has initials punched into it couple dings in body. Good CLA527 75 150 photo
6701-291 6701-291 Small brass router. Circular 2-one-half inch oval sole with one-fourth inch cutter held in place with a screw. Unmarked. Good DOR266 30 60 photo
6701-292 6701-292 VERITAS blind nailer chisel plane. Marked with Leonard G. Lees patent 4821419 and Made in England. Chisel ok brass a little tarnished on cap. Good DOR265 40 80 photo
6701-293 6701-293 STANLEY No. 96 blind nailer chisel plane. Type 2 with Stanley on one cheek plating 90 percent tiny ding in throat. No chisel. Good DOR 50 100 photo
6701-294 6701-294 Brass instrument makers thumb plane. Decorative bridge ebony wedge has snowflake stamped on it on all sides brass looks polished. 2 inch slightly compassed sole three-fourths inch curved cutter. Good WOL370 40 80 photo
6701-295 6701-295 Handled instrument makers plane. Brass with 1-one-half inch compassed sole one-half inch cutter 3 inch long handle with wood knob at end casting flaw on sole. Good HAN631 30 60 photo
6701-296 6701-296 SARGENT VBM No. 81 side rabbet. Clean with 99 percent of plating unmarked cutters have very light surface rust. Knob has scuff but otherwise nice Good plus DOR268 50 100 photo
6701-297 6701-297 STANLEY 150th Anniversary wood bottom plane IOB. A No. 23 plane with brass plaque on its side stating it was restored for Stanley Tools 150th Anniversary and is number 346 out of 2000. Restored plane looks to be a Type 12 has original box with light wear and paper wrapping and certificate of authenticity. Good plus ESY141 50 100 photo
6701-298 6701-298 No. 04 jack plane IOB. Looks like its made by ANANT but its not marked anywhere. Box has sticker that says -Made in India.- Plane looks never used box has some tears and wear. Good plus BWH76 35 70 photo
6701-299 6701-299 LIE-NIELSEN No. 4-one-half smoothing plane IOB. Plane looks unused with the improved chipbreaker clean with what looks like the signature of Thomas Lie-Nielsen on one cheek which apparently appears time to time on a few planes. No paper or certificates but original box ok with some light wear. Runs 325 dollars new. Fine RBN244 125 250 photo
6701-300 6701-300 ANANT No. 4-one-half smoothing plane IOB. Clean with a small scrape or two on wood looks unused. Box is falling apart a bit and has some clear tape. Fine BWH83 60 120 photo
6701-301 6701-301 LIE-NIELSEN 212 bronze scraping plane IOB. Near mint looks never used with original paper and box in good shape. 175 dollars new. Fine SAN67 100 200 photo
6701-302 6701-302 Lot of three STANLEY tools IOB. A No. 373 butt marker a No. 75 bullnose rabbet both Made in USA types. And a No. 90J rabbet plane Made in England. All clean and look barely used with 99 percent japanning. Boxes have light wear and a stain or two. Good plus RBN254 258 263 50 100 photo
6701-303 6701-303 STANLEY No. 92 rabbet plane IOB. Made in England mint with original paper box has light wear. Fine DOR269 60 120 photo
6701-304 6701-304 STANLEY No. 71 router IOB. Made in England clean and complete and looks never used with original instructions. Box has black staining on top back flap of lid has split seams. Fine RBN245 75 150 photo
6701-305 6701-305 Fence stretcher. 25 inch long wood body with cast iron hook going through it at one end and held in place by large washer and bolt. Wear to wood from age. Nice primitive. Good LDZ34 40 80 photo
6701-306 6701-306 Scorp. Two handled 5 inch across curved blade is sharp and edge looks laid-on. Handles have nice patina from age and a little wear at bottoms. Good CGD341 30 60 photo
6701-307 6701-307 Lot of three edge tools. Two drawknives a 10 inch by JENNINGS with sharp edge and clean handles initials stamped on it and a smaller 5-one-half inch one has seen a lot of use but still sharp edge nice bulbous turned handles. And an open scorp some staining on handles 4-one-half inch edge clean. Good MSV79 50 100 photo
6701-308 6701-308 Lot of two coopers chamfering knives. 5 inch and 5-one-half inch edges one handle has crack but other ok. Some pitting of metal on both and chips on edge of one. Good BSR44 5446 30 60 photo
6701-309 6701-309 Lot of two open scorps. 4 inch and nearly 6 inch edges staining on handles of both but more so on larger one. Some pitting of metal worse on smaller one. Brass ferrules on larger missing on smaller. Good- LDZ56 57 30 60 photo
6701-310 6701-310 WATROUS and CO drawknife. 8 inch with adjustable handles some wear to wood but edge clean. Has chamfer guides attached unmarked brass bodies with rounded screws to attach to blade edge. Good CLA309 35 70 photo
6701-311 6701-311 Lot of two adjustable drawknives. Both with folding handles one by A.J. WILKINSON and CO. with 8 inch edge wingnuts lock that handles in place. Wear to wood and some discoloration of metal. And one by J.S. CANTELO marked with his 6-30-91 patent date 9 inch edge some tight cracks in handles. Both edges ok. Good DEN44 86 40 80 photo
6701-312 6701-312 Lot of two drawknives. One with folding handles by GREENLEE 10 inch edge clean handles nice. Arms marked AV1660 and painted silver. And an 8 inch one that looks hand cast with tang ends and wood ends with aluminum ferrules look fairly new. Good BWH77 30 60 photo
6701-313 *6701-313 Coopers chamfer knife. 4-one-half inch edge is slightly curved looks to be stamped -Rust- into body. Handle has crack and is held in place with old wire straight end is pointed instead of blunt like most. Good COL246 25 50 photo
6701-314 6701-314 Craftsman made scorp. Body looks carved from single piece of beech single handle and large head with 3-one-half inch edge embedded through with ends protruding out other end. Has hole drilled into backside presumably to place your thumb into while using. Some stains on wood edge sharp. Good LDZ89 40 80 photo
6701-315 *6701-315 Lot of two edge tools. A gullwing scraper with wood body 3 inch cutter held in place by small washers and screws some stains but overall nice. And a small one handed open scorp with 2 inch edge and 3 inch handle with brass ferrule. Good NHF43 330 25 50 photo
6701-316 6701-316 J.S. CANTELO drawknife. 8 inch edge one handle marked with 10-9-83 patent date partial maker mark on blade. Clean and works well Good plus LHD131 35 70 photo
6701-317 6701-317 MARPLES and SONS ultimatum style mortise gauge. Rosewood with brass plated head and stem. A chip in head near stem and one at end of stem user stamps and light wear. Good CLA499 40 80 photo
6701-318 6701-318 Marking gauge. Unmarked oval rosewood head with brass top plate and locking thumbscrew. A little wear at end but point is ok M. Block has engraved and stamped his name on it. Light dinging. Good HAN622 35 70 photo
6701-319 6701-319 M.M. BRAINARD mortise gauge. Has characteristic circle imprint on brass and marked with his Green River mark on head. Brass plate at end of stem coming apart from wood a bit end point worn light wear. Good NHF347 35 70 photo
6701-320 6701-320 MATHIESON and SON mortise gauge. Rosewood brass plated on head and stem internal screw. Chips and dings in wood and stem looks like its been purposely shaved down at end pins worn. User mark. Good- HAN650 35 70 photo
6701-321 *6701-321 Rosewood marking gauge. Brass plated with brass locking turnscrews internal screw wood is highly worn with a couple chips brass has some spots of tarnish. Pins ok. Good- DOR263 25 50 photo
6701-322 6701-322 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Ebony stem and head both brass plated good internal screw pins good. Looks barely used. Only marking on it is the letter B. Good plus HAN 40 80 photo
6701-323 6701-323 Scottish mortise gauge. Made by J. DOBIE of Glasgow made of what looks like boxwood brass plated with internal screw. Some scratching and wear to wood tarnish on brass pins ok. A couple user stamps. Good KGM236 35 70 photo
6701-324 6701-324 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Stem looks like ebony but head might be a dark rosewood brass plated on head and stem. Unmarked. Chips in wood on head and stem brass a little tarnished but pins are good. Good- HAN621 35 70 photo
6701-325 6701-325 Drafting square. 10 inch X 13-one-half inch dark wood with ogee ends and decorative brass plates. Good plus WOL590 50 100 photo
6701-326 6701-326 O STODDARD patented drafting compass. Early type marked -Patent Applied For.- Stoddard eventually got his patent on 8-27-72 but the manufacturer is unknown. Heavy brass construction locking wing with vernier fine adjustment legs can either be extended or removed entirely and a pencil substituted. User name on backside. Good plus SPM529 75 150 photo
6701-327 6701-327 BELCHER BROS. carpenters slide rule. Two-fold two foot with brass slide includes Gunters scales for measuring board feet. Boxwood is darkened with some staining but clearly legible old with hand marked numerals straight but missing edge pins. Good JCI11 80 160 photo
6701-328 6701-328 Lot of miniature tools. Nine total including four shaves - two brass two cast iron one with nickel plating with minor peeling - plus a shovel tongs chisel hammer and pick. All appear unsigned arranged with a display box with black tape on edges. Good BES71 80 160 photo
6701-329 6701-329 DAVIS LEVEL and TOOL cast iron inclinometer. The later version of the Davis filigreed level manufactured by Davis LandT with the more delicate filigree no gold highlighting and two detent screws through the top rail. One small section of the filigree missing at the right end japanning about 90 percent. Good PKL196 125 250 photo
6701-330 6701-330 STANLEY No. 94 carriagemakers rule. The only four-fold four-foot rule Stanley made. A hard rule to find in decent condition. Light overall wear but straight and easily legible with good pins and no damage. Good SCA11 80 160 photo
6701-331 6701-331 STANLEY No. 87 carpenters rule. Early type two-foot four fold fully bound in German silver. Lightly yellowed throughout has all its pins some scratches and one closed crack. Good LHD58 100 200 photo
6701-332 6701-332 STANLEY No. 38 caliper rule. Marked Stanley six inch two fold with German silver caliper. Light uniform brown from age. Good LHD61 75 150 photo
6701-333 6701-333 STANLEY No. 40 caliper rule. Marked Stanley one-foot four fold with German silver caliper. Moderate browning one tight crack. Good LHD62 100 200 photo
6701-334 6701-334 Three-arm croze. Unsigned almost certainly European. 7 inch sole some inactive worm three cutters with separated wedges moderate chipping to threads on one arm only. Good plus SPM312 50 100 photo
6701-335 6701-335 Unusual wood jointer plane. 22 inches long unmarked has STANLEY cutter and chip breaker but lever cap looks user made with wood knob on it. Similar wood knob attached to screw behind cutter that when turned adjusts the angle of the cutter. Different. Wood nice and clean with lacquer. Good plus HOO46 50 100 photo
6701-336 6701-336 STANLEY No. 9-three-fourths handled block plane. Type 1 light surface rust throughout and some pitting dinging on ball but no damage japanning mostly gone proper cutter with TM-A.2 mark. Unfortunately has a large chip in cheek at toe. Good- LHD9 100 200 photo
6701-337 6701-337 SARGENT No. 407 bench plane. Number two sized plane Type 4 unmarked cutter clean with reglued crack in tote japanning 85 percent. Name scratched into bed by tote. Good BES33 80 160 photo
6701-338 6701-338 STANLEY Bedrock No. 602. Type 6A with sweetheart mark on cutter notched rectangle mark on lever cap. Mild surface pitting moderate pitting at heel one dent on knob reglued crack in tote japanning 90 percent. Good BES29 150 300 photo
6701-339 6701-339 STANLEY No. 10 rabbet plane. First type lateral with the funky slotted lever cap that Stanley used in the 1880s to make the cutter easier to remove cutter has small J mark tote has skillfully rounded over tip wood otherwise fine japanning 80 percent. Good LHD101 125 250 photo
6701-340 6701-340 E. PRESTON and SONS No. 1347 bullnose plane. The japanned version without the fence. Tight crack in the frame japanning 95 percent few spots of rust on sole. Good ESY136 60 120 photo
6701-341 6701-341 HOBBIES No. 1 miniature plane IOB. The equivalent of a Stanley No. 101 3-three-eighths inch long made by Hobbies Ltd. of Norfolk England. Plane is near mint box worn but intact with good label. Fine STA22 60 110 photo
6701-342 6701-342 STANLEY No. 63 block plane. Rosewood knob and number cast into bed. J mark on cutter. Nickel is so clean and shiny we suspect replating japanning 95 percent and retouched at toe. The No. 63 is one of the hardest block planes to find. Good plus PKL132 60 120 photo
6701-343 6701-343 RUMBOLD butt mortising plane. Patented Christmas Day 1951 by Wilbert Dohmeyer of Crete IL and manufactured by RM Rumbold company. Light overall pitting varnish on knobs is lightly worn traces of japanning. Not that old but unusual and hard to find. Good BES51 30 60 photo
6701-344 6701-344 Lot of two boys tool chests. A Boys Little Daisy Tool Chest No. 114 with good label inside fingerjointed box about a dozen or so tools inside including wood clamps mallets hand drill plumb bob hammer etc. Some wear to edges of box a few stains. And a Young Carpenter O.K. with lift out tray includes small tools like miniature mallet saw wrench carpenters hatchet hammer clamps etc. Label 75 percent with some stains box has moderate wear. Good RBN6 8 50 100 photo
6701-345 6701-345 Battle of Bunker Hill framed photo. Photo of John Trumbulls oil painting inside 19-one-half inch x 15-one-half inch walnut and gold leaf frame. Some flecks of gold leaf missing and a few dings to wood otherwise nice. Good plus JSW30 40 80 photo
6701-346 6701-346 Lot of two small boys tool chests. An ELITE Tool Chest No. 100 good label tools include plane saw hammers rule mallet etc. Fingerjointed box has light wear and a few paint splotches. And a Boys Favorite Tool Chest No. 260 with chisel hacksaw mallet hammer screwdriver etc. inside. Label 80 percent box has some wear Good RBN39 169 40 80 photo
6701-347 6701-347 Lot of two pairs of ice skates. Primitive -Hans Brinker style- with strap-on leather straps wood body with curved iron blades 13-one-half inch overall. One is missing a strap and only has toe loop. Some wear and age. And a pair by UNION HARDWARE CO Torrington CT. All steel with 13 inch blade heel and toe clamps are adjustable by turning screw mechanism for varying length and width. Some rust and tarnish. Good REW1913 1914 35 70 photo
6701-348 6701-348 J. WISS and SONS shears. 12 inch long brass joint marked Patent Applied For and with their star mark which likely dates it to 1880-1889. Traces of japanning some pitting and rust. Some wear to one side of brass joint. Good LDZ84 30 60 photo
6701-349 6701-349 KINZER and JONES scale. Has 75 percent of black japanning and looks to be original with wear in center of two platforms has weights marked 1 and 8 with barely any japanning on those. Good MSV11 40 80 photo
6701-350 6701-350 Lot of four brass locks. All have keys and still work. A little tarnish on a couple. Makers include CHAMPION 6-Lever REESE YALE and ILCO. Good VTO60 40 80 photo
6701-351 *6701-351 CATERPILLAR brass tags. Likely watch fobs 6 total depicting several tractors and cranes on a few leather holders. Most have the names of businesses on the back from New Brunswick Oregon Illinois and New Hampshire. Some tarnish. One leather band highly worn. Good LEE23 25 50 photo
6701-352 6701-352 Lot of two ink lines. Both carved from wood. One is a basic Chinese design with large wheel turned by metal handle and shallow but wide ink basin some dried ink no string. Other is tall and oval with internal string reel that goes through deep circular ink well inside body and out the front. Has string on wheel and string weight detatched but present. Good HAN611 40 80 photo
6701-353 6701-353 Chinese ink line. Well made with graceful shape looks like original line tied to cast iron peg ink reservoir with original batting. 7 inch long. Good MDY91 60 120 photo
6701-354 6701-354 Lot of two farriers buttresses. Both old and primitive with angled stems large wood handles and hand forged bodies. One has large bulbous end with some inactive worm and chips metal fairly clean other has longer round handle with staining from wear and pitted metal. Good LDZ106 107 40 80 photo
6701-355 6701-355 STANLEY No. 60 bevel chisel set. one-fourth inch to 2 inch in width nine total with yellow plastic handles and steel ends some rust on blades and wear to logos on handles but edges generally nice. Inside plastic carrying case with label on back that dates to 1984. Good plus DJS 40 80 photo
6701-356 6701-356 GREENLEE turning tools IOB. New old stock 8 tools that look never used. Box lid has some fading light wear and one split seam in bottom but generally ok. Fine RBN92 40 80 photo
6701-357 6701-357 STANLEY No. 750 bevel chisels. 10 chisels from one-fourth inch to 1-one-half inch wear to lacquer on nearly all one handle has been repainted maroon. All have Stanley No. 750 and Made in USA stamped on them a couple have traces of decal. And an extra 1-one-half inch with notched rectangle mark. Spots of surface rust but most edges good and sharp. Good DOR255 125 250 photo
6701-358 6701-358 Lot of STANLEY chisels. 8 total. Three No. 440s in 1-three-fourths inch 1-one-fourth inch and one-half inch sizes clean with some chewing at end of handles. Three everlasting in one-half inch and three-eighths inch sizes plus two marked G.E. WOOD with his patent dates both one-fourth inch. All fairly clean with good handles. Good DOR253 100 200 photo
6701-359 6701-359 Lot of STANLEY No. 40 chisels. Five total. one-half inch to 1-one-half inch edges. Clean with a few spots of rust on one but others very clean and look never used. All but one have Jones etched on back of black handles two have it also etched on backside of chisel at neck. Good plus DOR254 100 200 photo
6701-360 6701-360 STANLEY-ATHA No. 99 cold chisels. Four with three-fourths inch to 1-one-fourth inch edges with light use a few spots of rust. Inside sleeve that holds 6. Good DOR256 30 60 photo
6701-361 6701-361 Lot of four transitional planes. Three STANLEY including a No. 127 Liberty Bell with Type N stamp a Type 14 No. 28 and Type 8 No. 29. Some wear more so on No. 28. And a SARGENT No. 3415 with light wear and discolored blade. Good CGD31 34 143 144 50 100 photo
6701-362 6701-362 Lot of two STANLEY transitional planes. A Type 6 No. 32 some staining on wood japanning repainted some wear to tote looks a little polished. And a No. 29 also a Type 6 japanning 80 percent some scratching on sole also looks polished. Both have loose totes but No. 29 is worse. Good GME12 14 60 120 photo
6701-363 *6701-363 STANLEY No. 27 transitional plane. Type 14 some discoloration on cutter body pretty clean except for small chip in one cheek and wear on other one or two stains. Tight check in wood on sole. Japanning 95 percent. Good CGD33 25 50 photo
6701-364 6701-364 Lot of two STANLEY No. 21 transitional planes. A Type 3 with traces of japanning on body but about 50 percent on lever cap with screw that looks like replacement knob screw might be replacement too. Proper adjustment nut stamp and knob cutter has Bailey stamp. Metal body cracked at heel wood has staining and light wear small chips on lever cap. Mallet dings on heel. And a Type 11 patent date cutter B casting mark on frog but S mark on lever cap that doesnt look to be repainted but someone got sloppy and theres some on underside of cap japanning 75 percent wood in decent shape discoloration of cutter. Good GME18 19 80 160 photo
6701-365 6701-365 Lot of two STANLEY transitional planes. A No. 129 Liberty Bell knob and tote have cracks vee mark on cutter Type N stamp on toe japanning 80 percent and chip off side of tote tip. And a No. 26 with sweetheart cutter with some rust 75 percent of decal on toe japanning 90 percent wood has light wear. Good and better HOO29 31 40 80 photo
6701-366 6701-366 Lot of two bench planes IOB. A SARGENT No. 1414 jack plane 14 inch sole looks never used with only a couple spots of surface rust from storage. Box has some dirt and writing slight wear. And a STANLEY Handyman No. 1024H clean inside a Defiance No. 1204 box with split seams wear and writing on lid. Good plus LWN24 37 40 80 photo
6701-367 6701-367 STANLEY No. 5 jack plane IOB. Later type super clean except for a little wear to lacquer on tote but plane looks never used. In box with Type 11 label complete one seam on lid is split otherwise in fairly good shape. Good plus RBN247 50 100 photo
6701-368 6701-368 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane IOB. Type 8 except that the sliding section has a threaded hole for the rear adjusting screw but no screw. No chip deflector. 15 cutters in original wooden box. Nickel plating overall immaculate with very slight wear on tote. Type 6 box with damage to lid repaired by masking tape that partially obscures the label. Good plus BWH60 100 200 photo
6701-369 6701-369 YANKEE No. 131A spiral ratchet screwdriver. 24 inches long clean and looks never used. With 4 flathead bits. Box has some light wear and tape damage on a small part of lid label. Good plus RBN347 40 80 photo
6701-370 6701-370 Lot of two ratcheting screwdrivers IOB. A MILLERS FALLS No. 62A light wear with wood tube containing 10 bits which seem a little too small for the MF chuck. Box has a few split seams. And a YANKEE No. 135 clean with one bit in box also with a couple split seams. Good BFS273 281 35 70 photo
6701-371 6701-371 Lot of three STANLEY tools. A clean Type 3 Odd-Jobs plating 99 percent vial wet. A No. 348W tape white tape is broken at around 8 inches so needs replacing. And a No. 59 dowel jig IOB some rust spots has instructions and 4 guides box has some water stains and smells a little musty. Good- and better TKY146 203 40 80 photo
6701-372 6701-372 Lot of three tools IOB. STANLEY No. 59 doweling jig clean and looks never used with 6 guides and instructions. In decent box with only a few stains. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 4 bullnose rabbet clean and unused box in good condition price sticker on one side of label. And an ENCO WOODCRAFT plane which the box claims -shavings will not jam.- 5 inch plane marked that patent applied for by ENTERPRISE MFG CO a few flecks of rust. One flap on box missing. Good plus LWN27 31 41 40 80 photo
6701-373 *6701-373 Lot of level accessories. STEARNS level sights IOB and two boxes of STANLEY level glasses one is a 1-three-fourths inch glass box with one vial inside and other is for assorted with two 3-three-fourths inch and one 2 inch vials and a 3-one-half inch unmarked one inside nickel plated case which could be part of an eclipse level. Good plus NHF412 413 415 20 40 photo
6701-374 *6701-374 STANLEY No. 248 weatherstripping plane IOB. Has 95 percent japanning some rust especially on skate has five cutters also with some surface rust. Box very tattered missing side wall masking tape on it half of label present. Good PTL65 25 50 photo
6701-375 6701-375 STANLEY No. 45 Type 16 combination plane. Notched rectangle mark on skate clean with most of its nickel plating light wear on wood and small chip off top horn. Has combination fence and depth stop long and short rods and cam plus set of 23 cutters in original wood box with cardboard sleeve but missing base of sleeve and has some tears and wear label 90 percent. In nice handmade box with brass lock no key. Good plus MSV107 75 150 photo
6701-376 6701-376 STANLEY No. 45 Type 14 combination plane. Has about half its plating wood ok except for tight crack in knob. Only missing the cam and screwdriver but has small perfect handle screwdriver. Also has envelope with extra spurs. Has both sets of cutters with 60 percent labels I think set 2 might be missing a cutter. In repurposed fingerjointed box with no lid and traces of white label on one side some water damage to box. Good PTL69 75 150 photo
6701-377 6701-377 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Later type with no mark on skate cam only short rods and depth fence some rust in spots plating 85 percent wood ok. Has extra short rod no cutters. Inside handmade box with sliding top lid. Good- HOO42 40 80 photo
6701-378 6701-378 STANLEY No. 193 fibreboard plane. Plane body and various attachments including 1A two 2s three 3s three 4s two 5s rods and several cutters. Some rust on all japanning mostly good. Rosewood good a little crackling on of lacquer on knob. In green painted box with lift out tray some wear. Good TKY40 106 40 80 photo
6701-379 6701-379 Lot of two hollow augers. A Smith patent manufactured by Stearns and an example of the A.A. Woods 1875 patent with the original depth stop. Good plus RW122 126 100 180 photo
6701-380 6701-380 Lot of two hollow augers. The Charles Bonney patent with rotating disc and one by Woods Manufacturing based on the A.A. Woods 1875 patent. Both have original depth stops and japanning mostly intact the Woods has much of its original red japanning. Good plus REW129 133 100 180 photo
6701-381 6701-381 STEARNS patented hollow auger. Unmarked but appears to be an uncommon example of the G.H. Smith patent of 7-17-66 a massive brute at 10 inch long brass and cast iron. Largest one weve ever seen. Good plus REW121 100 200 photo
6701-382 6701-382 Lot of four tools. Two folding handle screwdrivers by Crescent Tool Co. in the 4 inch and 6 inch sizes a Stearns clamshell type hollow auger and a small hand vice. Good TKY49 40 80 photo
6701-383 6701-383 Lot of two hollow augers. A nice example of the Swan 1894 patent with the large hollow cylinder and a Hargrave No. 334 manufactured by Cincinnati Tool Co. original depth stop with red japanning. Good plus REW130 131 100 180 photo
6701-384 6701-384 MILLERS FALLS chain drill attachment. 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. Usually found in dog meat condition but this one is in decent condition locking screw may be a replacement. Good PDM11 40 80 photo
6701-385 6701-385 Lot of two angle brace attachments. Designed to allow drilling in tight corners. One is a Millers Falls based on Anthoines 1875 patent the other is a universal joint type that looks user made and has a hand-forged locking nut. Good REW146 147 60 100 photo
6701-386 6701-386 Lot of three saw tools. Two Morrill pliers type sawsets an example of the Morrill No. 1 based on his earliest patent stamp is blurred and an Apex Special. Plus an uncommon example of Pratts patent saw jointer marked with the 1-20-91 patent date with a file clamped in it. Good plus PWY13 100 180 photo
6701-387 6701-387 Lot of four molding planes. Two side beads including a one-half inch by THOS. APPLETON -A mark- and seven-eighths inch by JNO. M. BARKLEY with mark that looks like A mark but no end dot. A SANDUSKY quarter round or casing molding with fence with 54-three-fourths stamped on toe marked seven-eighths on toe couple of user stamps. And a 1 inch ogee spring marked by L and IJ WHITE. All in decent shape with light wear Barkley has several checks in body and chips in boxing and Appleton has chip in toe. Good PTL90 110 111 124 40 80 photo
6701-388 6701-388 Lot of H. OSBORN hollows and rounds. 4 pairs - 2 10 14 and 16 all marked with Osborns High Street Southampton stamp on heels. Fairly clean with good cutters same user stamp on all. Good BKF221 60 120 photo
6701-389 6701-389 MATHIESON and SON cove plane. 1 inch spring marked with some wear on edges age checks in body. Good LMY24 30 60 photo
6701-390 6701-390 Lot of four molding planes. A SARGENT 155-one-half quarter round or casing molding with fence marked seven-eighths on heel some light staining and No. 623 fully boxed one-eighths inch center bead with some cracks in toe at boxing. A 1 inch ogee by RANDALL and COOK -B mark- single boxed and spring marked and seven-eighths inch nosing plane by A. C. BARTLETT marked 113 on toe with double cutters. Good NHF273 276 285 293 40 80 photo
6701-391 6701-391 Lot of four complex molding planes. A 1-one-half inch bead-bevel-scotia by MELHUISH single boxed and spring marked. Two ogee-bevels including 1 inch by PHOENIX CO single boxed and 2 inch by D.R. BARTON spring marked. And a 1 inch bevel-ogee-quirk ovolo by GLEAVE of Manchester single boxed and spring marked. All have some staining but no major damage. Good PTL89 117 122 123 50 100 photo
6701-392 6701-392 Lot of two saw vises. One marked Made in USA on jaws the other only has number 130 on jaws. Both have large wingnuts to lock vise and clamp japanning 50-70 percent. Good FNK201 202 30 60 photo
6701-393 *6701-393 CINCINNATI TOOL CO No. 22 folding saw vise IOB. Clean with 95 percent of original red japanning box has some scuffs on edges and phone numbers in pen on side fading of color. Good RBN248 20 40 photo
6701-394 *6701-394 STANLEY No. 43 saw set IOB. Tool clean and looks never used. Box has nearly complete label some wear and staining especially on lid but no split seams. Good plus RBN268 20 40 photo
6701-395 6701-395 Lot of six saw sets. One aluminum one with green japanning one with about half its black japanning a BUELL BROS a large STEARNS and one that looks like a MORRILL. Good UNK 30 60 photo
6701-396 *6701-396 Lot of four saw handles. A DISSTON with the thumbhole one with wheatsheaf pattern and two floor saw handles. Wear an all a few chips in horns white paint on the thumbhole one only the floor saws have nuts. Good- BFS245-248 20 40 photo
6701-397 6701-397 Lot of four saw jointer and gauges. Ones by ATKINS DISSTON SIMONDS CRESCENT and one patented by Ezra Post with 12-19-99 patent date -patent 639 285. All have slight rust and wear Post is missing one screw. Good BSR498 75 150 photo
6701-398 *6701-398 Lot of three saw wrests. All unmarked small unhandled one with tang end and one with wood handle and one made from a file. Good DJS295 25 50 photo
6701-399 6701-399 Lot of four saw jointer and gauges. Two by ATKINS including small one marked only Made in USA and two by SIMONDS including a CRESCENT. Some rust on a couple. Good BSR 60 120 photo
6701-400 6701-400 Lot of three saw sets. A SIMONDS saw setting and swaging hammer for crosscut saws a STANLEY No. 42 and a Stanley Handyman pistol grip. Handyman clean other two have light wear. Good BKF86 88 93 35 70 photo
6701-401 *6701-401 STANLEY No. 42 saw set IOB. Tool is clean and looks never used box has wear and a few split seams. Label 70 percent and number 42 written in pen. Has original Stanley packing slip with sweetheart mark on it. Good plus ESY142 20 40 photo
6701-402 6701-402 MOSSBERG No. 7 Socket Wrench set. Handle with significant surface rust two broken extension pieces one deep socket and 14 regular sockets. In original box lid is split but has decent decal. Good- EMN54 60 100 photo
6701-403 6701-403 North East ignition wrench. At least thats what it says on one of the parts. Some type of adjustable ratchet with several different types of blades or points that can be inserted in it. Made in India probably not that old and mint in its original wooden box. Fine SAN254 50 100 photo
6701-404 6701-404 Ratchet socket wrench set. Patented by George Wright on 3-10-14 and manufactured by Chicago Mfg. and Distributing Co. Includes the ratchet handle extension angle extension and seven sockets all in a box that originally held a Yankee No. 100 tool set. Good BSR432 50 100 photo
6701-405 6701-405 Lot of two saw sets. A Buller wrest type designed for use on large circular saw blades with its original paper tag. And one that looks like an overgrown Morrill 15 inch long and also presumably for use on large circular saws marked -L.A. Sayre and Co. Newark.- Good plus BSR500 80 150 photo
6701-406 6701-406 Set of VALULINE box end wrenches. Complete set of 16 double-end open box wrenches in their original tool roll. A couple of the smaller wrenches have some surface rust. Good plus BFS47 40 80 photo
6701-407 6701-407 Lot of four wrenches. A DURO METAL PRODUCTS CO Chicago IL No. 672 with one-half inch square drive marked -Patent Pending- for which the patent was granted in 1931. And a COCHRAN Speednut also marked -Patent Pending- which pre-dates the 1916 Taylor patent. Both have some mild rust traces of japanning on Cochran. Plus two unmarked flat steel wrenches. Good AED33 34 50 100 photo
6701-408 6701-408 Lot of two S-handle adjustable wrenches. A Westcott 10 inch No. 80 and a 12 inch Bemis and Call. Both grimy but complete with good jaws. Good AND2 50 80 photo
6701-409 *6701-409 Combination tool. Combination nut wrench hammer and nail puller. Also has a rotating toothed surface for use as a pipe wrench but loose. 6 inch long. Not marked but looks familiar. Good LEE59 20 40 photo
6701-410 6701-410 BEMIS and CALL combination wrench. 15 inch long-nut version of the wrench based on William Bemis 1873 patent. Dirty and surface rust and grime obscures the name small chip to the side of the pipe wrench jaw insert a tight crack in the wooden handle. Works smoothly Good ALV271 30 60 photo
6701-411 6701-411 Lot of four adjustable wrenches. A COES 12 inch monkey wrench with worn wooden handle a TRIMO 10 pipe wrench by TRIMONT MFG. CO. of Roxbury MA and two sliding-jaw nut wrenches 9 inch long one marked by FORD. Good and better AND3 60 100 photo
6701-412 6701-412 BAKER and HAMILTON hardware catalog. No. 115 likely from the 1960s. Over 3000 pages cover has dirt and wear some writing on pages. Good MLR1 50 100 photo
6701-413 6701-413 PTAMPIA Volume I. Second edition hardcover no dustjacket. Pages clean spine a little bent and some wear to cover. Good OVR385 75 150 photo
6701-414 6701-414 Lot of two plane books. W.L. Goodmans British Planemakers from 1700 hardcover with dustjacket 2nd edition clean and looks barely used. And John A. Moodys The American Cabinetmakers Plow Plane hardcover with no dustjacket 1981 edition also clean with mild wear on cover corners. Good plus PTL76 78 100 200 photo
6701-415 *6701-415 Book. The Modern Motor-Driven Woodworking Shop How to Plan-Operate and Get the Most Out of It. 1930 publication hardcover Volume II by H. Tautz and C. Fruits. Illustrated. Light wear to cover. Good MLR14 25 50 photo
6701-416 6701-416 Four Centuries of Dutch Planes and Planemakers. By Gerrit van der Sterre hardcover 2001 edition text in both Dutch and English. Clean pages with some scuffs and light wear on cover. Uncommon. Good JOG1 100 200 photo
6701-417 6701-417 The Hammer. By R. Baird and D. Comerford autographed by the latter paperback with clean pages and a few scuffs on cover. Good JOG2 125 250 photo
6701-418 6701-418 Lot of three books. Two by Don Rosebrook American Levels and Their Maker hardcover and American Level Patents paperback both autographed and in nice condition. The paperback cover slightly bent at corners. Plus The Ultimate Brace by Reg Eaton also autographed hardcover with dustjacket clean. Good plus MHT42 100 200 photo
6701-419 6701-419 Lot of six catalogs and reprints. STARRETT No. 21 catalog from 1900 cover partially detached and slightly tattered some foxing of pages. Plus 5 MWTCA reprints for LUFKIN MILLERS FALLS SARGENT CHENEY HAMMER CO. and NATIONAL SAW CO. catalogs all in decent shape. Plus MWTCA The Brace Volume I DVD. Good plus LBD665 666 668 669 671 674 40 80 photo
6701-420 6701-420 STANLEY Tool Book. John Walter paperback revised edition moderate wear and some corners of pages folded cover has some creases and dirt. Spine bent in a few places. Good- ESY143 60 120 photo
6701-421 6701-421 Lot of two plane books. Woodworking Planes by Alvin Sellens hardcover clean pages and The Wooden Plane by John Whelan also hardcover with clean pages. Both have some smudges on dustjackets. Good plus PTL77 80 50 100 photo
6701-422 6701-422 Lot of books and instruction booklets. STANLEY Rule and Level Combination Planes published by Astragal Press gently used. Plus Stanley Improved Labor Saving Carpenters Tools original booklet advertising -new- Bedrock planes and other improved tools Some Stanley Improved Carpenters and Mechanics Labor-Saving Tools with notched rectangle logo on cover back page is in color and has photo of yellow Bailey No. 4 box stating Stanley Tools were awarded the Grand Prize at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition. Plus an original Cam Stop advertisement for Nos. 45 and 55 planes. Originals have some tatters and tanning to pages from age. Good- and better JPR155 100 200 photo
6701-423 6701-423 Lot of four STANLEY No. 34 catalogs. 1929 1937 1941 and 1949 original editions. Generally in good condition with some light damage to a couple covers particularly the 1929 and 1941 editions. Good VTO 50 100 photo
6701-424 6701-424 Dealers lot of zig zag rules. An orange READYMIX with writing in German. Three by LUFKIN including a X46 No. 066 and No. 966. Two by STANLEY including a No. 106F and a No. 167 Brick Masons. A MILLERS FALLS No. 1560 an INTERLOX and an ARROW No. 90. Most have some wear Interlox and Readymix the worst and the Brick Masons is the cleanest. As is no returns. Various DST262-265 272 274 275 890 40 80 photo
6701-425 6701-425 Dealers lot of pocket and measuring tapes. Includes a whopping seven STANLEY Defiance No. 1260 six foot tapes most clean but a couple worn two LUFKIN 12 foot and one 10 foot two STANLEY 12 foot Powerlocks two CRAFTSMAN 10 foot an ACE HARDWARE 12 foot an EVANS 10 foot and two with makers worn off. Most have some wear to tape or case. 18 total as is no returns. Various FNK623 50 100 photo
6701-426 6701-426 Dealers lot of levels. A STARRETT 6 inch machinist level with 90 percent japanning and vials wet. What looks like an artillery level unmarked 2-one-fourth inch level on 6 inch base. 8 line levels mostly STANLEY including a Defiance and a few No. 187 including one in original tin a STEVENS No. 555 line level and HALL LEVEL and MFG WORKS No. 1 octagon line and surface level in original sleeve. A 6 inch aluminum frame level painted white a STANLEY No. 38 85 percent paint two unmarked surface levels with one having a cast iron frame and other aluminum. And four pocket levels two STANLEY one MILLERS FALLS and one unmarked -plus extra Stanley face plate. Some have rust most in good condition and all with wet vials. As is no returns. Various SAN79 75 150 photo
6701-427 6701-427 Dealers lot of plow blades. 8 HUMPHREYSVILLE MFG CO 4 DWIGHTS FRENCH 2 IBBOTSON 1 BUTCHER and 7 with either partial unreadable or no stamps. Most have some surface rust about half have spalled ends but edges seem ok. As is no returns. Various NHF416 100 200 photo