6703 Fine Tool Journal Winter 2018 absentee auction

Auction endsed March 4th, 2018. 

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photo 6703-001 PHILLIPS patent plow plane. The third version of the Phillips patent with no maker marked on the skate and rosewood tote three-eighth inch cutter. See PTAMPIA I page 86 -left. Traces of japanning rust and light pitting tote has crack near bottom wood has some dinging. Good- 150-300 DCR87
photo 6703-002 STANLEY Bedrock No. 608 jointer. Mix of Type 3 and Type 4 as frog has B cast mark but no patent dates on lateral early SRandL Bedrock lever cap with B casting mark and Patent Apl cutter. Japanning 80 percent a few dings and nicks to wood. Good 100-200 DOR1001
photo 6703-003 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Type 1 body and knobs but cutter and frog are not a Type 1. Worn rusty with 60 percent japanning lever cap screw has good nickel but the others have traces of plating. Could clean up into a nice user. Good 35-70 OVR89
photo *6703-004 STANLEY No. 5C jack plane. Faint sweetheart mark on cutter notched rectangle lever cap only April patent date behind frog. Tall knob has a few cracks at base tote ok other than a chip off side of tip japanning 80 percent with some paint specks and rust. Good 20-40 GRN
photo 6703-005 MILLERS FALLS No. 714 Buck Rogers jack plane. The name Buck Rogers was first applied to this line of planes introduced in 1950 as a complete redesign of the traditional bench plane design with knob and tote made of unbreakable tenite thermoplastic larger frog area and ergonomic design. Although modestly labeled by MF the finest planes in the world they didnt catch on. This example is marked Pat Pending on cheek next to model number some rust and wear to knob and tote japanning 80 percent. Sole has some paint lever cap and adjustment knob have 80 percent nickel plating. Good- 60-120 LEE100
photo 6703-006 STANLEY No. 10 carriagemakers plane. Japanning 90 percent later type with kidney lever cap and notched rectangle Made in USA mark faint on cutter. Throat ok cutter has a few nicks. Good 30-60 BWH39
photo 6703-007 STANLEY No. 10-one-half bench rabbet plane. Japanning 85 percent B casting mark in bed behind the frog and number cast in front of the tote notched rectangle mark on cutter and plain lever cap. Knob has some dings tote looks cleaner and may be replaced pitting to metal and very shallow nick in throat. Good 75-150 RBN365
photo 6703-008 Lot of two STANLEY scrub planes. A No. 40 with sweetheart mark on cutter hardwood handles with lacquer starting to crackle repainted. And a No. 40-one-half vee mark cutter has a little bit of life left japanning 75 percent wood fairly worn. Good- 30-60 BWH44 48
photo *6703-009 SARGENT No. 418 fore plane. Has VBM cutter and lever cap knob and tote have wear and chips off tip of tote surface rust on metal traces of japanning a few spots of white paint. Cutter sharp would clean up into a nice user. Good 20-40 PTL58
photo 6703-010 METALLIC PLANE CO. corrugated sole jointer . Similar to Figure 210 in PTAMPIA I in jointer size. 20-one-half inch sole with adjustable throat faucet handle style cutter adjustment stamped on one cheek iron knob. Tote has crack and chipped end knob has dings replacement Millers Falls cutter japanning 70 percent spots of light rust. Good- 30-60 RUS336
photo 6703-011 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. Has Trauts patent on body J mark on cutter plating 75 percent with a little surface rust. One set of extensions with S casting marks missing turnbuckle and replaced with solid rod. Wood has light wear tote a little loose. Good 75-150 LHS0094
photo *6703-012 Smoothing plane. Bed cast No. 03 and Made in Germany. Knurled screws adjust cutter tall knob and tote both with worn lacquer. Good 15-30 WOL611
photo 6703-013 STANLEY No. 80 steel cased rabbet plane. Mouth has been opened slightly at the bed but much less than most No. 80s. Wood has wear missing spur some pitting to metal. Good- 50-100 REW677
photo 6703-014 Lot of two STANLEY corrugated sole bench planes. A No. 3C with sweetheart mark on cutter tall knob one patent date behind frog notched rectangle lever cap. And a No. 4C with T mark on cutter three patent dates behind frog plain lever cap. Both have 90 percent japanning and touched up in a few spots totes have dinging and reglued crack on No. 3 both have cracks at base of knobs spots of surface rust. Good 30-60 SAN135 142
photo 6703-015 STANLEY No. 239 dado plane. Has proper fence and japanning 80 percent. Some surface rust missing spur cutter and has replacement cutter from what looks like a slitter so cuts one-sixteenth inch. Good- 35-70 LEE80
photo *6703-016 BEESE and SCHMIDT horn plane. German cutter marked with Engelke angel mark and number 45 plane has partial decal. Generally clean with some flaking of lacquer on cutter. Good 20-40 LHS135
photo 6703-017 Stop chamfer plane. British style with a sole box -see Whelan pg. 147- beech unsigned nicely made with I. Sorby cutter. Good 50-100 HNL658
photo 6703-018 MANDER and DILLIN patented stop chamfer plane. Philadelphia planemakers who were issued patent No. 314338 on 3-24-85 for an improved chamfer plane. The patent is rated R2 -fewer than 25 examples- in Blanchard and Larson and the toe is marked with A mark -2 stars- unmarked cutter some wear to wood chips at throat and stain on one cheek. User stamps. Good 75-150 JCI77
photo 6703-019 Lot of two side hand rail planes. See Whelan p. 373. Both left handed several user stamps but one name appears on both of them. WARD irons cut 1-one-half ogee and 2 inch ogee-bevel. Some wear and chips to wood filletster fences work ok ogee iron heavily rusted at top. Good 40-80 GAN136G
photo 6703-020 Panel plane. Unmarked other than user stamps 8-one-half inch long body 2 inch skewed cutter moving filletster fence has wear and a few chips. Good 30-60 LHS132
photo 6703-021 MOSELEY and SON wooden mitre plane. 11-five-eighth inch long beech body low angle 2 inch WARD cutter vertical boxwood block in front of throat. Wear to wood and a few light stains tight cracks in sole at corners of throat. Good 50-100 GAN5594
photo 6703-022 BARNES wooden mitre plane. Barnes worked in Worcester England in the first half of the 19th century. 12 inch long beech body low angle 2-one-fourth inch cutter has illegible mark and pitting boxwood block at throat has chipping on top as well as chipping in sole at throat. Scratching and age checks in wood looks polished. Good 40-80 LHS062
photo 6703-023 Lot of two wooden mitre planes. One is by EDWARDS of Manchester other unmarked. Both 12 inches long but Edwards has slightly taller body and 2-three-eighth inch MOULSON BROS cutter other has 2-one-fourth inch unmarked cutter. Both with good boxwood blocks at front of throat. Unmarked one is mostly clean with good sole Edwards has cracks at throat and some inactive worm in sole user names on both. Good 60-120 GAN5595 5596
photo *6703-024 Lot of two small coffin planes. Both unmarked with 4-one-half inch bodies one with slightly compassed sole and three-eighth inch GREAVES cutter other has one-half inch cutter with hole in center of it and Presented by Wm. G. MArdell Feb. 13 1903 Chosen Friends Lodge No. 11 I.O.M painted on cheeks. Good 20-40 GFR
photo *6703-025 Bullnose plane. Unmarked but with 1-one-fourth inch SORBY cutter brass plate across the toe some stains and wear rust on cutter. Good 25-50 JBN136
photo 6703-026 MATHIESON and SON badger plane. 17 inches long 3 inch sole with 2-one-half inch skewed cutter tote ok with light wear some dings and chips on top of body near toe chip in wedge some staining surface rust on cutter. Good- 30-60 CLA602
photo 6703-027 Early elaborate crown molder. Unmarked but cuts 3-one-half inch wide ogee-bevel-ogee pattern with integral fence. Offset tote has chipped end body has large age checks and a few chips rope hole at toe unmarked cutter spalled at one corner on cutting end. Definitely early likely American. Good- 40-80 GFR8
photo 6703-028 A. CUMINGS handled cornice plane. A mark 3-one-half inch wide body with 3 inch ogee bevel cutter marked JAMES CAM. Single boxing has a crack or two chips in sole at toe and throat rope hole. Tote has some chipping and stains. Good- 45-90 GFR25
photo 6703-029 W. RAYMOND crown molder. B mark from this 1791-1820 MA maker 6 inch wide body with 5 inch unmarked ogee cutter tote has tip broken off age checks rope hole with what looks like square nails in front of it on either side of body. A few spots of staining and small chips. Good 75-150 GFR1
photo 6703-030 Lot of two coffin planes. Both with compassed soles. One by EASTERLY and CO -2 stars- with 2-one-eighth inch MOULSON BROS cutter stamped Mechanics Inst. on both cheeks some staining and wear. Other is shorter and unmarked 2 inch cutter with illegible mark area in front of throat replaced age checks. Good 35-70 GFR17 18
photo 6703-031 Router plane. See Whelan p. 313. 6 inch long coffin shaped body with flat sole front half of the body cut out with edges slightly angled in toward the three-fourth inch MOULSON BROS plow cutter held by wedge. User name on body and chewed wedge dings on heel. Good 30-60 CLA695
photo 6703-032 R. PIPER coffin plane. 4 star maker from Dublin NH partial B mark. 7-one-half inches long 2 inch WAY and SHERMAN cutter slightly spalled some chipping at throat and toe discoloration to lacquer in a few spots. Good 40-80 GFR157
photo *6703-033 EMIR coffin plane. Clean beech body 2-one-eighth inch cutter light wear and a couple dings to wood. Good plus 25-50 CLA604
photo 6703-034 Lot of four combination squares. Makers are DUNLAP UNION STARRETT and one with rusty rule so cant tell any markings. Starrett is 2-three-fourth inch size on 6 inch rule others are 4 inch sizes on 12 inch rules. Union has been painted blue vials intact unmarked one is missing vial endcap moderate wear on all. Good- and better 40-80 JPR199 203 206 207
photo 6703-035 Lot of five try squares. Four unmarked with 9 inch 7-one-half inch and 6 inch edges all with rosewood handles with trefoil escutcheons rust and moderate pitting on all. Plus an uncommon 4 inch by WARD and FLETCHER with very faint mark on handle but looks like the D mark -4 stars- trefoil escutcheon rosewood handle discoloration and light pitting on metal. Good- and better 60-120 JBN69 70
photo 6703-036 STANLEY No. 1 improved try square. Iron frame with 12 inch blade rosewood lightly worn with a few dings and user stamps metal has moderate pitting. Good 40-80 LHS0012
photo 6703-037 STANLEY No. 1 try and mitre square. Stanley called several squares the No. 1 but this is the one based on Winterbottoms patent with the 45° angle to let it be used as a mitre square. Type 1 with the iron framed walnut handle and lead-filled rivets marked with patent dates. 6 inch blade clean user name on handle. Good plus 40-80 PRK341
photo *6703-038 STANLEY No. 20 try square. Example of the 3 inch with handstamped numbers on clean blade some tarnish to brass a few small stains on rosewood. Good 20-40 LHS31
photo 6703-039 STANLEY No. 1 plumb bob. Type 1 with April 28 1887 patent date stamped into brass body. Some dings and slight tarnish. Good 50-100 LEE147
photo 6703-040 STANLEY No. 2 plumb bob. Type 1 with April 28 1887 patent date stamped into brass body. Some dings and slight tarnish point good. Good 50-100 SPM836
photo 6703-041 STANLEY No. 2 try and mitre square. Nice rosewood handle clearly marked with Winterbottoms 6-29-89 patent; 9 inch steel ungraduated blade clean example with only a couple dings to wood and a few spots of light pitting. User initials on one side. Good 40-80 JCI81
photo *6703-042 HALL and KNAPP try square. 3 inch blade faint mark on handle and crack on one side wear and chipping metal clean. Trifoil escutcheon. Good- 20-40 JRI598
photo 6703-043 Lot of straightedges. 6 total British makers include REEVES and SONS LIBRA MAVITTA and UNIVERSAL WOODWORKING CO. Most have wear chips on a couple two are clean. Good- and better 30-60 WOL752
photo 6703-044 Lot of four STANLEY rules. All brassbound three are 2-foot four-fold including two No. 54s. One is a sweetheart damage to pins and pinholes light wear to wood and other missing pins also with light wear. And a No. 82 board scale rule one pin worn and other missing some damage to pinholes wear and a stain on scales small chip on inside end light tarnish to brass. And a 3-foot four-fold No. 66-three-fourth moderate wear and scratching one pin worn and other gone brass tarnished. Good- 60-120 LBD58 60 71 75
photo 6703-045 Lot of four rules. A CHAPIN-STEPHENS No. 78-one-half brassbound 2-foot four-fold light wear and tarnish. A STEPHENS and CO. 2-foot six-fold faint mark some stains and wear two pins missing. An uncommon I and D SMALLWOOD No. 5 button caliper rule 3 inches with caliper ruled in one-fourth0 inch increments super clean with only a little flaking on brass. And a STANLEY No. 69 one-foot four-fold unfortunately one arm has broken off but present. Plus were throwing in a 3 inch brass STARRETT TOOLS tag clean. Good- and better 60-120 GAN
photo 6703-046 Lot of three CHAPIN-STEPHENS rules. All 2-foot four-fold brassbound. No. 52 sprung with some stains missing pins. A No. 60 user initials on front also missing pins tarnish to brass. And a clean No. 84 good pins mild tarnish. Good- and better 50-100 JCI59 61 64
photo 6703-047 Lot of four ivory rules. Two are German silver bound STANLEY No. 87s 2-foot four-fold both with large chip at hinge. One with significant staining slight wear on inside and good pins other has some yellowing and missing pins. Plus a STANLEY No. 92-one-half 1-foot four-fold significant wear on outside crack through one arm inside has mild yellowing loose hinge ok pins. And a THOMAS BRADURN and SONS 2-foot four-fold one arm broken at hinge missing pins slight yellowing Good- 60-120 JRI268 276 285 286
photo 6703-048 Lot of two STANLEY rules. A No. 72-one-half two-foot four-fold light wear missing pins slight tarnish to brass. And a No. 69 marked Stanley light wear but generally clean. Good 40-80 JCI60 63
photo 6703-049 Lot of two small ivory rules. A 6 inch two-fold caliper with German silver too worn to read any markings user name written under caliper. And a STANLEY No. 88 one-foot four fold German silver bound some yellowing to outside but inside ok missing inner pins hinge a little tight some wear. Good- and better 60-120 LBD117 121
photo 6703-050 Lot of five small caliper rules. STANLEY No. 32-one-half 36 and No. 136 LUFKIN No. 014 and one by FAULKNER and SON. All with moderate wear and some light tarnish to brass calipers ok. No. 32-one-half has pins and sweetheart mark. Good 35-70 LBD5 25 27 46 48
photo 6703-051 STANLEY No. 903 tool chest. Inside decal 95 percent and some yellowing no outside decal. Does not have any original tools but does have Stanley Handyman drill saw and block plane several hammers including Stanley claw and ball peen plus one labeled The Bird aluminum combination hammer. A couple are miniature or jewelers hammers. A few screwdrivers including Yankee and a Stanley combination plane screwdriver a Stanley combination square a FRAY tool handle with bits scratch awl a couple zig zag rules and more. Box itself has a few checks in wood and looks relacquered some wear. Good 100-200 RBN
photo 6703-052 STANLEY No. 12 veneer scraper IOB. Later type sweetheart cutter has been sharpened a few times on both ends japanning 90 percent. Wood worn with a few chips around screw holes. Has directions for sharpening blades box lid has several holes split seams and no label Stanley Plane written a few times. Good 35-70 RML227
photo 6703-053 STANLEY No. 82 cabinet scraper IOB. Later type notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning 90 percent. Some spots of surface rust. Wood ok with light wear has instructions for sharpening blade. Box has 2 inch hole in lid no label. Good 35-70 SAN105
photo 6703-054 STANLEY No. 71 router IOB. Type 8 all parts look there including 3 cutters plating nearly complete with a few spots of rust knobs have light wear. Lid has split seam and large hole good label. Good 60-100 BHR427
photo 6703-055 STANLEY No. 70 scraper IOB. Clean and looks never used some light surface rust notched rectangle mark on cutter. Box ok with a few small tears in paper on lid label good. Good plus 40-80 RBN272
photo *6703-056 CINCINNATI TOOL No. 22 folding saw vise. 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 20-40 RBN248
photo *6703-057 MILLERS FALLS No. 29X ratcheting screwdriver IOB. Clean with light wear to handle 4 bits. Box with light wear label 50 percent. Good 30-60 ESY
photo *6703-058 E.C. STEARNS No. 795B pistol grip saw set. Clean with most of original japanning and 80 percent of original decal. Box intact with wear some writing on lid label ok. Included in box is a GILLETTE razor blade in original packaging still sharp and clean. Good plus 30-60 UNK
photo *6703-059 Lot of five STANLEY tools IOB. Three No. 49 bit gauges clean boxes good or slightly worn. A pair of No. 1 level sights also clean. And a No. 59 dowel jig clean with 6 dowels and instructions that have fallen apart and are partly taped together. Good 25-50 OVR103 104 109 110 111
photo 6703-060 MILLERS FALLS No. 700 block plane IOB. Plane clean with a few spots of rust box has wear on edges but intact. Good plus 30-60 LHS197
photo 6703-061 Lot of three handsaws. Two by DISSTON a 27-one-half inch long No. 12 with good etch Disston-Phila medallion horn has some wear and user initials good nib 9tpi. And a 29 inch No. D-8 with thumbhole handle that is fairly damaged with break in bottom by horn and top horn is missing surface rust but etch readable 4-one-half tpi. Plus a 26 inch ATKINS No. 51 with very nice decorative carvings on handle though not quite as floral as Ive seen before moderate surface rust but slightly cleaned around etch. Handle has a few dings and light wear 8 tpi. Good- and better 40-80 GFR72 74 91
photo 6703-062 Lot of two SIMONDS backsaws. Both steel backed a 14 inch No. 96 with some tarnish to blade but etch mostly legible handle has light wear and dinging but ok. And an 18 inch No. 97 good etch a few small chips on horns and light wear to handle. Good 40-80 BFS352 353
photo 6703-063 SIMONDS No. 62 Blue Ribbon handsaw. 26 inch with 8 tpi good etch some discoloration on blade handle has moderate wear and chipping but horns mostly intact. Good- 30-60 BFS336
photo 6703-064 BAY STATE SAW WORKS MFG CO dovetail saw. Bay State was a small sawmaker acquired by SIMONDS and used to mark Simonds second-tier saws. Steel backed 8 inch etch mostly legible looks like a No. 98 but hard to tell. Sharpened a few times. Closed handle has light wear and may be relacquered. Good 30-60 BFS354
photo *6703-065 DISSTON No. D-8 handsaw. 28 inch very faint etch but looks like a D-8 Disston and Sons medallion thumbhole handle with chip off end of top horn and some wear and dinging user initials. Good 25-50 HNL1007
photo 6703-066 Lot of two dovetail saws. 6 inch marked only Sheffield Eng with worn handle and light pitting. And a 10 inch DISSTON and SONS No. 68 mostly clean with good etch a few spots of discoloration on metal and light wear on handle. Good 40-80 HNL806 807
photo *6703-067 SIMONDS hand saw. Has crescent medallion and faint crescent etch but unable to see any number beneath the etch. 27 inch long good nib handle has wheatsheaf carving and some wear on edges chip on bottom horn. Discoloration on blade 6 tpi been sharpened a few times. Good 25-50 BFS335
photo *6703-068 Lot of two bowsaws. 9-one-half inch and 10-one-half inch blades both with turned handles. One has two part toggle and user stamps other plain. Both have wear but no visible damage Good 25-50 LHS0075
photo 6703-069 Lot of three backsaws. Two by DISSTON with 10 inch and 12 inch blades. Smaller one has been sharpened several times larger one has more life left and surface rust both handles have wear and chips off horns. And a PENNSYLVANIA SAW CORPORATION No. 79 light surface rust but handle ok with light wear.. Good 30-60 RBN58
photo 6703-070 BAKEWELL and CO. gentlemans half-back saw. Semicircle mark in brass backing and on medallion split nuts moderate pitting on metal hanghole at end of 19 inch blade. Handle wood is heavily worn especially on one side with horns broken and worn down user name stamped several times into brass backing. Good- 100-200 LEE127A
photo 6703-071 Unusual DISSTON saw. Likely a user modification as Ive never seen it before. Laminated handle looks similar to pruning saw handles and has Disston and Sons medallion chips near medallion and on horns wear to edges. 16-one-half inch blade has curved back no visible etch pititng 10tpi. Good- 40-80 LEE127B
photo 6703-072 DISSTON stair saw. Inchworm stamp on wood 6 inch blade unmarked clean with a few scrapes and dings to wood. Chip on one lower horn. Good 35-70 REW1703
photo 6703-073 BUCK and RYAN dovetail saw. 8 inch blade with brass backing and brass ferrule straight handle has wear decent edge on clean blade. Good 30-60 LHS222
photo 6703-074 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER saws. A keyhole saw with 14 inch edge and handsaw with 20 inch edge. Both with Keen Kutter medallions etch slightly visible on handsaw wood worn on both and horns chipped on handsaw. Good 30-70 CAN166 172
photo 6703-075 Lot of two single bit axes. A TRUE TEMPER Kelly Works 5-one-half inch edge surface rust 32 inch handle with electric tape as grip. And a cleaner COLLINS with 3-three-fourth inch sharp edge 24 inch handle ok except for large chip near head. Good 35-70 RUS33 41
photo 6703-076 Gutter adze. Has poll 3 inch curved edge some pitting and light surface rust 26 inch long worn handle. Good 30-60 LDZ208
photo 6703-077 WINCHESTER broad hatchet. Clean with sharp 5 inch edge 12 inch handle with hanghole and leather grip wrapped with nails holding in place at top. Good 30-60 RUS257
photo 6703-078 Lot of two single bit axes. A 5 inch one stamped with small OVB mark with some light pitting but edge good and 4-one-half inch one with PLUMB All American sticker and most of original black paint but some rust. Wear on both handles but nothing severe. Good 40-80 RUS39. 43
photo 6703-079 F.G. PEARSON and CO slick. Has about 6 inches of life left 4 inch sharpened edge has a small chip tang end. 10 inch handle has thick knurled ferrule a few dings to wood. Good 30-60 LHS0137
photo 6703-080 STANLEY No. 48 tongue and groove plane. Type 1 with patent date under tote japanning 65 percent surface rust knob has cracks at base. Good- 35-70 OVR94
photo 6703-081 STANLEY No. 192 rabbet plane. Later type with notched rectangle mark on cutter clean with japanning nearly complete. Good plus 35-70 LHS173
photo 6703-082 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604 smoothing plane. Type 3 with later style Bedrock lever cap crack in tote and base of knob front left cheek has large chip light surface pitting traces of japanning Good- 30-60 BHW38
photo 6703-083 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604C smoother. A fairly clean Type 6 with good tote and knob except hairline cracks at base of knob. Japanning 95 percent and retouched light pitting on vee mark cutter good throat. Looks like a small casting flaw on inside of left flat top side and user intials punched in both cheeks near tote. Good 50-100 LHS21
photo 6703-084 SARGENT VBM No. 407 smooth plane. Equivalent to a Stanley No. 2 later type japanning 90 percent. Tote very clean knob has a stain spot small surface rust spots and a few shallow dings otherwise in nice shape. Good plus 50-100 BWH43
photo 6703-085 FULTON No. 2 sized plane. Frog looks like a Sargent so likely the manufacturer wood has wear tote has small chip on end scrape to the knob near base light scratches to sole. Good 35-70 BWH41
photo *6703-086 Bullnose block plane. Weve seen these around but not sure who made them. Has No. 2 cast into lever cap which has 80 percent japanning traces of it on the body surface rust on 3-one-half inch sole 1-one-fourth inch unmarked cutter. Good 20-40 WOL648
photo *6703-087 CRAFTSMAN No. 619-3705 finger plane. Fairly clean with some pitting on sole. Good 15-30 LHS207
photo 6703-088 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet plane. . Later type body with Type 1 patent date cutter 20 percent plating some scratching on sole and cutter needs honing. Good 30-60 OVR124
photo 6703-089 STANLEY No. 8C jointer. Patd Apr-19-10 cast behind the tote but worn lateral has only one patent date B casting mark on frog above adjusting screw. T mark on cutter plain lever cap. Tote has dinging and wear smoothed chips knob dinged. Japanning 70 percent and retouched. Good 35-70 LHS186
photo 6703-090 STANLEY No. 6 fore plane. Type 11 70 percent japanning plain lever cap some scratches on knob and tote but no major damage. Metal may have been cleaned. Good 30-60 LHS041
photo 6703-091 Lot of two bench planes. A STANLEY No. 6C Type 11 reglued crack in tote knob ok small chip in lever cap japanning 90 percent. And one that looks like an earlier Stanley No. 5 body but unmarked sweetheart cutter lateral adjuster and knob look replaced tote has several repaired cracks and missing tip screw looks incorrect. Japanning 60 percent with some paint splotches chip in bed at heel. Good- and better 30-60 JBN95 96
photo 6703-092 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper plane. Later model cutter has block Stanley mark Japanning near complete wood clean except for a few tight cracks at base of knob. Nice example. Good plus 60-120 OVR106
photo 6703-093 STANLEY No. 5 prelateral jack plane. 13-one-half inch long sole unmarked bed looks like a Type 4 but with later patent date cutter. Knob has scratching and hairline cracks tip of tote sheared off and reglued. Japanning 80 percent and retouched has one-fourth inch chip from throat. Good- 40-80 RUS340
photo 6703-094 SARGENT No. 227 reversible block plane. Part of the Sargent VBM line the cutter could be moved to the end for bullnose work. Surface rust some loss of japanning on cap wood ok. Good 30-60 JCI78
photo 6703-095 STANLEY No. 12-one-half veneer scraper. Later type screw cap has circle mark and cutter has block Stanley mark japanning 90 percent. Some surface rust handles have wear and rosewood sole has some chips and wear near throat. Good 35-70 OVR122
photo 6703-096 KEEN KUTTER K3 corrugated sole smoothing plane. Similar to a Bedrock and made by Stanley for Simmons. Cutter marked with KK trademark plain lever cap. Tote has a few dings knob has crack through one side spots of surface rust. Japanning near complete. Good 40-80 CAN181
photo 6703-097 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604 smoothing plane. Type 4 with later sweetheart mark cutter rust and light pitting to metal knob and tote have light wear and dinging lateral is a little loose. Good- 30-60 BWH36
photo 6703-098 STANLEY No. 10 carriagemakers rabbet plane. Later type with orange lever cap notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning 95 percent tall knob. Tote has chip off end and cracked near base that needs repaired dings to knob. A few spots of light pitting. Good- 40-80 GRN23
photo 6703-099 STANLEY Bedrock No. 605C jack plane. Type 3 with patent date cutter and lateral adjuster SRandL lever cap has chips on both corners B casting marks. Japanning 90 percent spots of rust wood has dinging and a few small chips. Good 50-100 BWH52
photo 6703-100 STANLEY No. 5-one-fourth junior jack plane. Later type with kidney shape in lever cap japanning 95 percent wood lightly worn surface rust on sole. Good plus 30-60 LHS116
photo 6703-101 STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Looks like sweetheart mark on cutter but has pitting so hard to tell one patent date behind frog wood generally clean with a very well repaired crack in tote that you cant see unless youre really looking for it. Japanning nearly complete clean. Good 30-60 LHS115
photo 6703-102 STANLEY No. 9 cabinetmakers block plane.. Obvious brazed repair where the knob holder joins the heel and three holes drilled in left cheek. T mark on cutter. Interior japanning about 60 percent. Lever cap possibly replaced. No hot dog. Good- 100-200 LHD81
photo 6703-103 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Type 1 with patent date on cutter. Has all its proper parts japanning 80 percent. 804 cast on bottom of fence tiny nick in cutter. Good 75-150 LHS181
photo 6703-104 STANLEY No. 12-one-half veneer scraper. Sweetheart mark on cutter screw japanning 90 percent a few spots of rust. Wood handles have light wear and sole has a few scratches. Has unused MILLERS FALLS cutter. Good 40-80 BWH31
photo 6703-105 STANLEY No. 62 low angle jack plane. Designed for cutting cross and end grains this is one of Stanleys rarer planes. This one has a sweetheart cutter 85 percent japanning plating on cap about 50 percent surface rust including around throat on sole knob has dinging tote has significant lacquer flaking and crack in middle a few dings at toe letter K stamped in both cheeks. Good- 75-150 BWH53
photo 6703-106 PUTNAM yardage estimator. Estimates yardage of cloth wound on a board without unrolling. Manufactured by the MEASUREGRAPH CO. St. Louis MO. Metal tape housed in bakelite case that rotates dial when pulled to measure the cloth. Clean with light wear tape has some surface rust. Good 30-69 PKL
photo 6703-107 BRIDGE CITY CS-1 center scribe. Number 1343 of 2500 in wood box with certificate of authenticity allen wrench and two replacement scribe points. Some tarnish on brass otherwise clean. Discontinued but was 220 dollars new. Good 50-100 RRT140
photo 6703-108 Set of large brass trammel points. 6-one-half inch bodies with 3 inch points rectangular bodies with decorative knurled locking screws. Each has a circular casting flaw pitting on top of bodies. Overall clean on keeper bar. Good 30-60 WOL629
photo 6703-109 Lot of two brass trammel point sets. Both sets 4 inches long with pencil holders knurled locking screws. One set has user intials on both bodies otherwise unmarked. Clean with mild dinging on keeper bars. Good 35-70 WOL622
photo *6703-110 STANLEY No. 2 trammel points. Has keepers some wear and rust spots points ok no pencil holder. Good- 20-40 JRI761
photo *6703-111 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Later type with no patent date traces of nickel plating all parts there and vial wet. No rule. Good 25-50 STA2
photo 6703-112 Lot of STANLEY No. 2 and 3 trammel points. Both Type 1s with keepers points not marked no pencil clasps. Very clean. Wood keeper bars not original. Good plus 75-150 SPM519
photo 6703-113 Lot of four drafting kits. One by STANLEY of London 8 pieces including a 2 inch scale rule on bone some of the pieces are rusty. An unmarked one with 9 pieces including one with bone handle. One in a tin box with ebony parallel rule and 5 assorted pieces that dont look to be from the same set. And a small one with three 3 inch dividers unmarked. Good- and better 40-80 WOL621
photo 6703-114 Lot of STANLEY No. 18 t-bevels. Seven are Stanleys plus one unmarked. Several are missing most of their nickel plating but a couple have most of it. Majority are rusty sizes range from 10 inch to 6 inch. Includes a No. 18TB aluminum with some rust and blade seems slightly bent. Good- and better 50-100 LHS217
photo *6703-115 Patented can opener. Patented May 71889 by JOHN KAYLOR of Decatur IL. Made of cast iron and consists of two arms hinged together at the top with cutters about an inch below hinge and one arm also having circle frame for which the other arm pivots around to cut the can. Has patent date cast into moving arm still looks like it works. Traces of japanning and some rust. Good 30-60 LDZ25
photo 6703-116 Lot of two tools. Solid brass bevel square unmarked and locked with large wingnut at hinge some dings but generally in good shape. And a shipmakers bevel with brass blades and mahogany body also unmarked with tarnish and rust wood has wear. Good- and better 35-70 UNK
photo *6703-117 Lot of two pocket tapes. A STANLEY Defiance No. 1206W 6 feet light wear. And a LUFKIN with GE brand case new in box. Good and better 30-60 JCI75 76
photo 6703-118 FARRAND Rapid Rule IOB. Mint with original store tag Box has some wear to label and edges. Fine 35-70 RRT40
photo 6703-119 KERBY and BRO Manila cordage caliper rule. Cordage scales on one side The Edwin H. Fitler Co. Philadelphia Cordage Works with address on backside. Has several names scratched large into wood some tarnish to brass and wood splitting along caliper arm but scales still visible. Good- 60-120 JCI62
photo *6703-120 Sliding t-bevel. Unmarked 6 inch blade 4 inch rosewood and brass handle. Brass flaking pitting on blade. Good 30-60 LHS0049
photo 6703-121 W. CRESSON sliding t-bevel. 8 inch version of this uncommon bevel clearly marked on rosewood handle brass locking screw blade has some rust and discoloration wood has a few dings and 2 inch check on backside. Good 75-150 JCI80
photo *6703-122 Coffin plane. 7-three-fourth inch long beech bod with 2-one-eighth inch SORBY cutter. Has SBC plane mark on toe several user stamps. Some dings and wear. Good 20-40 LHS0063
photo *6703-123 J.R. TOLMAN coffin plane. A mark -2 stars- 9-one-half inch long body 1-one-half inch WILLIAM ASH cutter. Body has a few stains and tight crack in right cheek at throat. Good 25-50 JBN12
photo *6703-124 MATHIESON and SON coffin plane. 8-one-third inch body 3-one-fourth inch properly marked cutter. Staining and a few chips on sole dings on both heels and a scrape on toe. Good- 20-40 LHS0066
photo 6703-125 Lot of two coffin planes. One with 7-one-half inch body a worn ISRAEL WHITE mark similar to B mark with W.D. initials above tools in the semicircle that could be a journeymans initials 2 inch W. BUTCHER cutter. Wood worn especially on sole at toe and wedge crack in right cheek behind the wedge initials carved behind wedge as well. And one by AUBURN TOOL 9 inch body with 2-one-half inch JAMES HOWARTH cutter. Some dings and chips wear to wedge. Good- 35-70 JBN9 10
photo *6703-126 H.A. LANGHORST coffin plane. Langhorst was a Cincinnati hardware dealer in the mid-1800s 2 stars in AWP. 6-one-fourth inch body with 1-one-half inch SPEAR and JACKSON cutter. A few stains on cheeks and scratching on soles wear on wedge dings on heel. Good 25-50 LHS0064
photo *6703-127 Lot of three small coffin planes. 4 inch and 5-one-half inch with flat soles and 4-one-half inch one with slightly compassed sole. All unmarked wth some wear stains and scratches dings on heels and toes. Good 25-50 JBN128 130 139
photo *6703-128 GRIFFITHS OF NORWICH coffin plane. 6-one-half inch slightly compassed sole faint mark on toe with user stamps 1-three-fourth inch MARPLES cutter. Stains and dings on body cutter has pitting but edge ok. Good 20-40 LHS0069
photo *6703-129 GLEAVE coffin plane. Oldham Street mark 8 inch sole with 2-one-half inch iron plate from front of throat to toe held by screw at top of body. 2-one-fourth inch MARPLES cutter. Tight cracks in cheeks behind cutter dings at heel age checks. Good 25-50 LHS0133
photo 6703-130 Patternmakers interchangeable sole plane. Someone adapted a STANLEY No. 5 to allow 10 maple wood bottoms with various radius notes marked in ink on heels along with number stamps. Stanley patent date cutter plain lever cap has chips lateral has 3 patent dates. Japanning 70 percent wood has light wear and staining. No cutters. Good- 50-100 REW1490
photo *6703-131 M. CRANNELL tongue and groove pair. Handled cut one-half inch tongue and groove both have same owner stamp. Crack at heel of groove plane overall wear and staining rust on skates age checks. Good- 25-50 GFR249
photo 6703-132 Curved rabbet. Uncommon design with body that curves slightly to the left may be a stair saw. Marked E. H. Bormmann probably the user. Double -bladed wedged nicker. Polished. Good plus 50-100 HNL488
photo 6703-133 W. RAYMOND sill drip plane. B mark from this late 18th century and early 19th century maker plane is in decent shape for age with one small stain couple dings and a few spots of inactive worm light chipping around screws that attach fence cuts one-eighth inch. Good 50-100 GFR120
photo 6703-134 JOHN M. TABER sash coping plane. C2 mark without the brace stamp L-shaped fence at right angle a few stains and user stamps overall clean condition. Good 30-60 GFR141
photo 6703-135 D COLTON panel plane. Mark looks similar to the B mark but without the Phila above Warranted. Unhandled 7 inch long sole moving fence 1-one-half inch slightly skewed BUTCHER cutter with rust spots spring marked. Some wear to front edges of fence and wedge a few scratches to wood. Good 30-60 GFR255
photo 6703-136 W. RAYMOND panel raiser. A mark -3 stars- from this 1791-1820 MA maker 14 inch long beech body with four 1 inch inlaid squares on right shoulder of sole made of what looks like lignum vitae - different. Wood depth stop diamond strike button 2-one-half inch rusy cutter stamped Newbould. Tote has rounded end but looks intentional rather than a repaired break. Several large stains on body moving fence has tarnish around screws age checks crack and chip on top of toe primitive IS initials carved into cheek. Good- 100-200 GFR5
photo 6703-137 JOHN VEIT molding plane. A mark single boxed and spring marked cuts 2 inch ogee bevel BALDWIN TOOL cutter 14 inch long body tote has light wear user stamps in one cheek. Heel marked seven-eighth by 2 inch. Viet was a planemaker in Philadelphia from 1857-1899. Good 50-100 GFR13
photo 6703-138 SANDUSKY TOOL groove plane No. 10. Half of tongue and groove pair cuts five-eighth inch single boxed. Small light stain spots on majority of body a few chips on threads chips on edge of one outer nut tote has couple dings wedge looks replaced. Good 35-70 CLA700
photo 6703-139 Unmarked plow plane. Handled beech body nicely turned nuts threads clean wood looks fairly modern but skate and some brass parts likely stolen from older plane as they have dings and pitting a few spots of light stains on wood. Cutter marked J. DAEMS-VIGNERON a Belgian hardware dealer in the early 20th century. Good 30-60 CLA111
photo 6703-140 Skew rabbet. 2 inch skew cutter 10 inch long unhandled body made of what looks like mahogany right cheek and two shallow fences on sole are all screwed on presumably removable to allow for different types of cuts. Decorative escapement on right cheek fences slightly rounded in front. Small chip in throat dings at heel a few stains. Good 35-70 GFR
photo 6703-141 Lot of two planes. A side bead with 6 inch flat sole two grooves on either side of body for grip rounded one-eighth inch cutter one spot of inactive worm. And a fenced chamfer plane seven-eighth inch cutter. 5-one-half inch body with 6-one-fourth inch fence. Some wear and staining user stamp. Good 30-60 GFR252 264
photo 6703-142 A CUMINGS ship hawk plane. Uncommon form of fenced plow with a v-shaped sole and cutter used in shipyards to cut grooves in hulls and bulkheads. See Whelan pg. 154. Sole is fully boxed with small chip at top of boxing on toe cutter marked WASH and CO and slightly bent at stamp but doesnt affect fit in the throat. Depth stop and arm locking wood thumbscrews good. A few stains and small chips wedge lightly chewed. Good 75-150 GFR225
photo *6703-143 Lot of two routers. D router with 7-one-half inch body and three-eighth inch skewed cutter made from ACIER chisel some cracks and age checks in body and a few stains. And an old womans tooth router one-fourth inch cutter also made from chisel 4 inch wide body unfortunately the wedge has been shoved in too hard and split wood behind the cutter. Good- 20-40 JBN42 131
photo 6703-144 ONIONS and CO tapered rounder. Made of what looks like beech one handle has burl wear on body above makers mark. 2 inch cutter sharp overall in decent shape. Onions and Co. was a Birmingham tool maker in the late 1800s. Good 30-60 LHS123
photo 6703-145 ATKINS gull wing scraper. Looks unused with properly marked cutter held by cast iron bracket with most of its japanning and two wingnuts marked E.C. ATKINS INDIANAPOLIS IND maple body has a slight birdseye pattern. Light wear and a small chip from one end. Good plus 30-60 LHS124
photo *6703-146 Grasshopper marking gauge. 10 inch square stem with two 9 inch arms wood looks like mahogany. Hangholes on all sides of stem points good on arms moderate wear to wood. Good 20-40 LHS189
photo 6703-147 MARPLES mortise gauge. Rosewood has light wear two brass strips in head mild tarnish to brass good points. One scrape with paint streak on head. Good 30-60 WOL627
photo 6703-148 Marking gauge. User made 4-one-half rosewood bar with nice sapwood rosewood head with brass locking screw. Single scribe and a hole drilled partly through the other end. Cute is the only way to describe it. Good plus 40-80 SPM524
photo 6703-149 Brass stem mortise gauge. Faint partial mark on head looks like McN -- and Son Glasgow and overstamped with user name. Brass a bit tarnished a few cracks in ebony head one or two spots of white paint. Points good. Good- 30-60 JRI623
photo *6703-150 STANLEY No. 66 marking gauge. Rosewood stem and oval head; brass mustache plate marked with patent and Stanley on head as well as patent date on stem. Wood has light wear and user stamp slight tarnish to brass good point. Good 20-40 LHS110
photo *6703-151 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Appears unmarked. Brass and ebony stem and round head. Moderate wear and scratching locking screw rusty a couple chips to ebony on one end of stem. Good- 20-40 JRI624
photo 6703-152 Lot of two DISSTON and MORSS rosewood mortise gauges. One with internal brass screw other with brass slider. Some dings and small chips on both pins slightly worn initials carved into head of one. Good 30-60 REW1042 1046
photo 6703-153 Brass bench mounted vise. Looks user made 7 inch round arm locked with what looks like Sargent thumbscrew head can rotate 360 degrees and locks with large side knob. 2 inch jaws open to 1-one-fourth wide. 4 screw holes on base plate. Good plus 50-100 DEN40
photo *6703-154 Bed bolt wrench. For bolts on rope beds three ends including a screwdriver and two square bolt wrenches. Unmarked but typically British some spots of surface rust. Good 20-40 WOL655
photo *6703-155 Handforged wrench hammer. Combination claw hammer and open end wrench surface rust and hammer head spalled unmarked. Good 15-30 WOL650
photo 6703-156 H.D. SMITH and CO Perfect Handle monkey wrench. 10 inches long stamped with patent dates and company dings to metal and wear to wood handle but works smoothly. Good 30-60 LHS112
photo 6703-157 Lot of two monkey wrenches. Unmarked example that looks like those manufactured by George Gage and Son of Waterbury 10 inch with wooden handle with a crack and a couple of chips some overall light pitting and discoloration of wood. Plus a miniature all metal example covered by Ellrichs 1-6-91 design patent and manufactured by Ellrich Hardware early version marked patent applied for. Good and better 100-200 DEN134190
photo 6703-158 Lot of three wrenches. One marked No. 1 Self-Adjusting Wrench with light pitting a 4-one-half inch center nut wrench that could use a little grease and is marked Germany and a unmarked 6 inch center nut with some dinging. Good 30-60 WOL637
photo 6703-159 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER alligator wrenches. 7 inch and 5-one-half inch sizes marked 50 and 40 respectively two examples of the VAUGHAN and BUSHNELL patent and the smaller one has patent date stamped in the middle. Some rust and mild pitting. Good 40-80 CAN164
photo 6703-160 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER axes. A double bit No. 50 with faint mark rust and pitting edges worn 29 inch handle has wear and water damage. And a single bit with clear mark good 4-one-half inch edge some light rust spots 31 inch black painted handle worn with a few chips. Good- and better 35-70 RUS4042
photo *6703-161 Slick. 3 inch edge with 14 inch turned handle 30 inches long overall. Metal has pitting on both sides and circular chip in middle of backside. Some dings to wood. Good- 25-50 LDZ35
photo 6703-162 PSandW slick. 2-one-half inch edge some spots of rust and pitting particularly on backside 17 inch handle worn with chips on end. Good- 30-60 SPM557
photo 6703-163 J. SMALL slick. Marked Cast Steel under J. Small but I cant find much about any maker with that name other than Jacob Small who made planes in the late 18th century metal also has user stamps. 3 inch edge has small chip in middle discoloration on metal especially on backside and a few rust spots but no major pitting or damage. 7 inch handle has wear and a few chips. Good 35-70 SPM553
photo 6703-164 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER hatchets. A carpenters hatchet surface rust with 3-one-half inch edge and worn 10-one-half inch handle. And a clean single bit with 3 inch edge good 12 inch handle with a few dings but looks barely used has faint Boy Scout stamp on back of head. Both have wedge KK trademarks. Good and better 40-80 CAN69 72
photo *6703-165 Lot of two turnscrews. 23-one-half inch one marked with name Galbreath Williams which could be user name as I cant find any maker information. And a 28 inch unmarked one with bulbous handle. Both have brass ferrules some surface pitting and rust wear to handles. Good 25-50 LHS136
photo 6703-166 MARBLES No. 2 safety hatchet with guard. 10-one-half inches long. Marked with number 2 on head and manufacturer and patent date on guard arm steel handle with bakelite grips. 2 inch edge sharp metal has some pitting guard has a few brazed repairs. Good 50-100 DEN109
photo 6703-167 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane. Script mark on skate nickel plating near complete looks to have all parts including cam and screwdriver. Cutter boxes 1-4 complete except for missing slitter in box 3. Has original instruction book. Tote has chip off top wood has light wear. In user made latched oak box with brass handle on top. Good plus 150-300 CAN
photo 6703-168 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604-one-half . Type 6 with flat-top sides japanning 95 percent wood has mild wear and dinging reglued crack in tote faint vee mark on cutter. Light pitting on sole. Good 125-250 LHS0039
photo 6703-169 BAYLEY patented core box plane. Actually patented by John McCauley of Springfield OH these very gizmoish planes were manufactured by Wm Bayley of Springfield and are usually referred to by his name. Only the fences still have japanning one replacement screw on right fence a few other gear parts look suspiciously clean and could be well made replacements one side of body where it meets arms has either a chip or casting flaw. Light surface rust. Good 100-200 HAN
photo *6703-170 User modified bench plane. Someone took a No. 5 body and put on porcelain electrical insulator as the knob and a sadiron handle as the tote with screw through the sole RICH-CON cutter. Chip on the throat japanning 60 percent surface rust. Good- 20-40 HNL841
photo 6703-171 MILLERS FALLS No. 85 duplex rabbet . Looks to be all there japanning 90 percent some spots of rust small nick from cutter. Good plus 30-60 PTL44
photo 6703-172 PALMER and STORKES patent smoothing plane. Adjustable throat 10 inch corrugated sole. Sold by METALLIC PLANE CO. of Auburn NY clover leaf cutter. Chip off end of tote and is loose at base dings to wood and a few spots of inactive worm. A rare early patent. Good- 60-120 HNL720
photo *6703-173 CRAFTSMAN 107-37034 smoothing plane. Has modern STANLEY kidney lever cap though likely made by MILLERS FALLS as there is 302 and Made in USA stamped behind frog. Plastic knob and tote have some splotches of brown paint and a few scratches unmarked cutter. Good 25-50 HNL837
photo 6703-174 STANLEY Bedrock No. 603 bench plane. Type 5 japanning 85 percent patent date cutter. Tall knob has cracks around screw tote bolt is too short so tote wont stay attached to bed but otherwise tote just has light wear lever cap has tiny chip in one corner. A97 punched in one cheek surface rust. Good- 50-100 DOR1000
photo 6703-175 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604C. Late Type 3 or early Type 4 SRandL lever cap has B casting mark but bed doesnt no patent date on lateral adjuster plain Stanley mark on cutter. Crack in tote and wear to wood discoloration and surface rust on metal. Good 50-100 BWH37
photo 6703-176 STANLEY No. 3C smoothing plane. Late type with kidney lever cap black painted wood has light wear and a few dings japanning near complete surface rust especially on cutter. Good 35-70 LHS114
photo 6703-177 STANLEY No. 4C smoothing plane. One patent date behind frog tall knob sweetheart mark on cutter plain lever cap. Japanning 85 percent a couple dings at toe and large chip on side of tote tip. Tight crack on right side of throat on sole. Good- 30-60 LHS113
photo 6703-178 STANLEY Bedrock No. 603C. Type 7 with first sweetheart cutter tall knob and flat top sides about half its orange on lever cap. Knob has hairline cracks at base and some scrapes to tote. A few areas of surface rust. Good 75-150 BWH49
photo 6703-179 STANLEY No. 10-one-half carriagemakers rabbet plane. Later type with kidney lever cap and patent 1918750 under the Stanley mark on lever cap wood had a few dings and scrapes but no major damage but tote is a little loose at base spots of surface rust. Good 75-150 BWH40
photo 6703-180 STANLEY Bedrock No. 604. Type 5 with sweetheart cutter and B casting mark on lever cap SRandL lever cap two patent dates behind frog. Japanning mostly complete but touched up in front of throat front knob replaced with a hardwood one and tote has repaired crack near base numbers punched into front left cheek surface rust in a few places. Good- 40-80 DOR1002
photo 6703-181 STANLEY No. 85 tilt handle scraper plane. Sweetheart cutter plain Stanley No. 85 cast into bed. Knob and tote both tilt fine with some dings and scratches but no major damage japanning 85 percent some pitting on cutter metal looks gently cleaned. Good 200-400 BWH46
photo 6703-182 STANLEY No. 2 smoothing plane. Vee mark on cutter plain lever cap tall knob. Adjustment nut and chip breaker may be replacements a couple repaired cracks at base of tote tote has light wear. Japanning 90 percent light pitting. Good- 100-200 LHS091
photo *6703-183 DAVIS and COOK No. 6 wooden level. 26 inch some tarnish to brass vials intact some wear dinging and chips to wood user stamp a few cracks in the stock. Good- 20-40 JML4
photo 6703-184 STANLEY No. 36G level IOB. 12 inch new old stock box dingy and has writing on one side label ok. Includes instructions. Fine 40-80 LHS209
photo 6703-185 Lot of three brassbound levels. 18 inch STANLEY No. 1093 with sweetheart mark some wear to brass plate and someone has stamped cross marks on all four corners of brass ends wood fairly clean. And two 24 inch ones by GOODELL-PRATT with some dinging to body and STANLEY No. 1193 with sweetheart mark two hangholes a few dings to brass and light wear to wood. All vials wet. Good- and better 60-120 JRI903 904 905
photo 6703-186 DAVIS patented inclinometer. 12 inch version of Davis classic inclinometer later type with screws through top rail. Japanning 70 percent and no gold highlighting but doesnt look like it ever had any. Large chip from bottom left rail edge and smaller chip in bottom right corner. Vial wet some tarnish to brass. Marked with Davis Level and Tool Co. and 9-17-67 patent date. Good- 60-120 HNL598
photo *6703-187 STANLEY No. 36 machinists level. 12 inch version japanning retouched vials wet some surface rust. Good 20-40 STA19
photo 6703-188 Lot of two STARRETT No. 132 machinist levels. 6 inch and 12 inch versions. Larger one possibly repainted smaller has 70 percent japanning vials wet. A few spots of surface rust. Good 50-100 DEN93
photo 6703-189 STANLEY No. 39-one-half machinists level. Type 1 with patent date 6 inches filligreed sides 40 percent plating vial wet. Good 30-60 JRI758
photo 6703-190 STANLEY No. 39 machinists level. Type 1 with semicircle Stanley mark on brass top plate 6 inches filigreed sides traces of japanning. Two grooves marked across area of intact vial. Good- 30-60 CAN130
photo 6703-191 British style level. Unmarked except for user name ebony with brass trim and top plate vial wet light wear and tarnish spots. Good 30-60 LHS219
photo *6703-192 Lot of two STANLEY No. 41 pocket levels. One with the decorative brass plate with June patent date other with more plain Stanley plate. Japanning 70-80 percent vials ok. Plate comes off of plain one. Good- and better 25-50 UNK
photo 6703-193 STANLEY No. 82 boxwood board scale rule. Brassbound two-foot four-fold board scales on interior intact pins gone some staining on outside a couple dings to brass. Good 60-120 PKL228
photo 6703-194 STANLEY No. 84 promotional rule. Light wear and tarnish to brass one pin missing. On inside is stamped in large letters Compliments of PATTONS Paints and Glass 1894 Milwaukee. Patton Paints was founded by James Edward Patton and George D. Williams in 1855 but after Williams went off to the Civil war and a nearly devastating fire in 1892 was rebranded the James E. Patton Company with James two sons specializing in paint and glass manufacturing. Good 50-100 PLH638
photo 6703-195 SAMPSON ASTON ivory rule. Unmarked with German silver trim some rust at hinges light wear and yellowing. Good 60-120 LRD12
photo *6703-196 RABONE caliper rule. 6 inch boxwood with brass ends and caliper moderate wear with front markings barely visible a few small stains. Good- 25-50 WOL753
photo 6703-197 RABONE and SON No. 1214 ironmongers rule. Boxwood with brass ends and caliper 1-foot three-fold has scales for rounds flats and more. Light wear and staining. Good 100-200 PKL229
photo 6703-198 Wooden framing square. 29 inch blade with ogee end 13-one-half handle well made of laminated dark wood user name stamped on handle. Good plus 40-80 HNL873
photo *6703-199 Lot of wood drafting tools. Two French curve templates in mahogany and ebony a stained hardwood triangle and small t-square. Mahogany French square has hole near top and hanghole in t-square. Good 30-60 LDZ202 203
photo 6703-200 Timber measuring tools. A set consisting of a log rule plus a cruising and scaling stick 30 inch long both in dead mint condition in original canvas sleeve and accompanied by a detailed original instruction book. Distributed and marked by the Federal Land Bank of Springfield Mass. Some light wear in spots. Good plus 65-100 JCI7
photo *6703-201 ARTHUR MEISSNER micrometer. German marked with Freiberg Saxony on dial lever lifts and activates gauge. Some of the brown japanning missing on arm and wear in a few spots on backside. In user made box thats missing latch. Good 35-70 DT146
photo 6703-202 STANLEY No. 1 Odd-Jobs. Type 1 with one patent date plating ok vial wet. Has scratch awl replaced with one fashioned out of a nail and a round head screw to lock it and has thumbscrew from a plane in place of scribe point at top. On unmarked straight edge with hanghole. Good- 30-60 RRT183
photo 6703-203 STANLEY No. 85-one-half panel gauge. Marked on head rosewood slightly worn and scratched and brass has tarnish but no major damage. Good 45-90 DT175
photo *6703-204 Lot of shrinkage rules. Four by LUFKIN including Nos. 30V 8201 8203 and 8206 moderate scratching on a couple. And a STANLEY No. 30-one-halfC with some wear and staining. Brass tarnished on all. Good- and better 25-50 JCI45
photo 6703-205 Panel gauge. Unmarked and looks to be made of what looks like mahogany brass fence and thumbscrew with inlay ruled on one edge. Some dinging to wood from screw chip on end point good. Good 30-60 LHS0029
photo 6703-206 ROBINSON race knife. Marked Robinson Liverpool on body brass ferrule and handle is either dark rosewood or ebony brass split nut on end of handle. A few long cracks in wood light discoloration on metal. Good 35-70 LEE106
photo 6703-207 LIE-NIELSEN No. 1 bench plane. LNs homage to the beloved Stanley No. 1 solid bronze body maple tote and knob. A few tarnish spots on body tote has tight crack looks unused. Runs 225 dollars new. Good 100-200 RRT130
photo 6703-208 Lot of advertising items. Three pocket mirrors for Ohio Silo Filler by SILVER MFG. CO. P.P. MAST and CO. Buckeye line of drills and cultivators and STARRETT TOOLS. Mast has wear on one edge of front Starrett mirror has crumbled. Two watch fobs for BOYDS BATTERY and HENRY DISSTON Keystone Boyd is clean but Disston has corrosion. And a DISSTON Porter miniature steel saw figure with Chicago National Hardware Show of 1961 on back some flaking to plating. Good- and better 50-100 LEE111
photo 6703-209 Bullnose plane. 4 inch long with steel sole cracked by throat ebony wedge unsigned. Good 40-80 GFR249
photo 6703-210 Race knife. Unmarked brass ferrule on beech handle some dings but no major damage. Good 30-60 GFR265
photo *6703-211 STANLEY combination plane screwdriver. Handle has dings and needs a cleaning blade has been cut down to a narrower profile. Good- 10-20 PTL63
photo *6703-212 Lot of two handled tools. 6 inch screwdriver with fixed flat head brass ferrule rosewood handle. And bit style handle with knurled chuck ebony handle stamped France. Good 30-60 WOL757
photo *6703-213 Small t-handled tap. 5 inches long with 2 inch wood handle worn. Good 10-20 LHS218
photo *6703-214 Lot of two decorative scissors. 3-one-half inch and 4 inch long shears larger one marked BOKER but other is unmarked. Smaller one has more elaborate decoration and about half its nickel plating. Good 20-40 JRI253
photo *6703-215 Lot of two miniature items. A 3-one-half inch brass spokeshave and a 2-one-fourth inch t-bevel with wood handle light wear on both. Good 20-40 GFR247
photo *6703-216 STANLEY brass belt buckle. 1993 limited edition unopened in plastic sleeve number 2816. Good 20-40 RRT58
photo 6703-217 Lot of five KEEN KUTTER pocket knives. A single blade with large wood handle 3 inch edge. One with bakelite handle with double blades 2-one-half inch and 1-one-half inch edges. And three with bone handles one with 2-one-half inch edge and two with double blades 2-one-half inch and 1-one-half inch and smaller 2 inch and 1 inch edges. All have wedge trademarks at base of blades a couple say Keen Kutter on handle and one has metal shield on handle. Most have wear and a few chips to handles. Good 50-100 CAN61 134
photo *6703-218 Tool handle. 6 inch handle with square screwlocking chuck 10 tools in handle. Wood has some scratches and wear hanghole. Good 20-40 LEE133
photo *6703-219 Small handsaw. Curved mahogany handle with staining 4 inch blade approximately 20 tpi unmarked. Good 20-40 LDZ183
photo 6703-220 J.F. and G.M. LINDSEY hollow and round pair. Both stamped 22 on heel and cut 1-one-half inch. Cutters sharp user name stamped several times on both age checks a few small chips in front of throat on round plane. B mark the Lindsey brothers were plane makers in Huntington MA in the mid-1800s. Good 30-60 GAN5567
photo 6703-221 Lot of two pairs of hollows and rounds. three-fourth inch pair by BENSEN and CRANNELL marked 12 on heels bodies generally clean with some heel dinging and wedges chewed cutters sharp. And an unmarked 1-one-half inch wide pair nicely made with just a little bit of staining and wear. Good 35-70 BZE20 21
photo *6703-222 Adjustable sash plane. Looks British partial stamp and looks like middle part of stamp is missing so plane might have been shaved down in the middle at some point. Screws with brass rings on left cheek. One wedge chewed cutters clean. Good 20-40 GAN5568
photo 6703-223 Lot of two Britsh molding planes. A seven-eighth inch astragal by WARD in Sheffield single boxed anvil mark on toe tight crack in heel and light wear. And one by JOHN MILLER of Newcastle-upon-Tyne that cuts a three-fourth inch reverse ogee bevel with double blades heel is marked 3 . Spring marked double boxing has chips and one crack. Some staining. Good 30-60 GAN5572
photo *6703-224 AUBURN TOOL nosing plane. Cuts one-half inch marked with user name a couple deep scratches on heel small chip in one throat. Has been waxed. Good 20-40 GFR230
photo *6703-225 Lot of two SANDUSKY weatherstripping planes. In one-half inch and three-fourth inch sizes and both marked Special on toe with steel skates screwed onto right cheeks. Some rust on metal but cutters sharp. Staining and some white paint on both a couple spots of inactive worm. Good- 25-50 KNT15
photo 6703-226 HOMER BISHOP nosing plane. Bishop was a Boston hardware dealer near the end of the 19th century mark has 488 stamped below it. WILLIAM ASH blade cuts 1 inch half circle good tote. Wood has some dinging especially near toe and chip on right front corner. Good 30-60 GAN5586
photo 6703-227 ISRAEL WHITE handled side bead. Mark looks slightly similar to Israels K mark but actually looks closest to Henry Whites D mark but with Israels name one star instead of tools stamp under the semicircle. Spalled HUMPHREYSVILLE blade cuts 1-one-fourth inch round tote has wear on edges nail at base some staining to body dings and chips on sole and someone carved a rabbet style escapement on right cheek. Good 40-80 REW701
photo 6703-228 H. DURRIE pump log plane. Used to cut semicircular grooves in two long timbers which were then bound together to make a wooden pipe. Whelan page 159. Durrie was a Ft. Wayne IN hardware dealer in 1855 who sold planes made by Greenfield. Four stars in AWP. Clearly marked by both Greenfield and Durrie in very good condition noting a split by one screw on the fence and some pitting on the cutter tote good. A rare plane with a rarer mark. Good plus 100-200 BCS6
photo 6703-229 OHIO TOOL CO nosing plane. Double blades cut 1-one-fourth inch half circle razee body good tote wedges a little chewed. Stamped 92 on heel and some dings. A couple small chips near throat on left cheek. Good plus 30-60 REW703
photo 6703-230 BERRY wide ogee plane. Handled 3 inch wide ogee unmarked cutter age checks in body and light wear. Charles Berry was a London planemaker in the mid-19th century. Good plus 30-60 GAN92
photo 6703-231 SANDUSKY TOOL tongue and groove pair. Both marked 109 on toe one-fourth inch both have rusty skates and soles chipped totes and threads staining wear to wood. Could be cleaned up into nice users. Good- 35-70 SPM86
photo 6703-232 Complex molding plane. Unmarked cuts 2-one-half inch multiple scotia fillet bead and bevel pattern side fence screwed on and might be later addition. Apprentice hole at toe cutter unmarked. Dings on tote wear and chips to rear part of fence age checks. Good 40-80 DTN120
photo 6703-233 Crown molder. 4 inch wide body 3-one-half inch lying ogee back bevel bevel ogee pattern. Has fence and apprentice hole at toe offset tote with back tip chipped off. Age checks and looks old. Good 50-100 SPM659
photo 6703-234 Lot of two sun planes. 12-one-half inch one by E.W. CARPENTER with 2-one-half inch BUTCHER cutter age checks and some inactive worm a few stains. And a 13-one-half inch unmarked one 2-one-half inch cutter with illegible mark but may be Butcher the letter B is carved in front of throat on body some scratching and inactive worm. Good 40-80 SPM811 812
photo 6703-235 Moving filletster. Unmarked but nicely made steel sole fence edge and skate stamped with number 2 on heel one-fourth inch cutter. Cheek has grooves at locking wingnuts to allow them to turn light wear but clean. Good plus 30-60 JBN18
photo 6703-236 Lot of two planes. A D.R. BARTON dado plane 1 inch cutter light wear and overall clean with a couple spots of rust And a 2 inch rabbet by W. ROBINSON Ironmonger mark and also marked VARVILLE and SONS some staining and tight crack in cheek at escapement. Good 30-60 JBN153 154
photo 6703-237 German plow plane. Marked F. SCHILLER Frankfurt on toe screw arms are secured to the stock rather than going through it so inner and outer nuts are both on right side of body. One arm is missing turned end and other has crack one inner nut doesnt tighten down. Age checks and staining chipped threads unmarked cutter. Good- 30-60 REW1452
photo 6703-238 AXE and HIELDS wedge-arm plow plane. Good beech British style plow by uncommon Nottingham maker circa 1830s. Brass tipped arms arm wedges look original some damage to cutter wedge. Polished which has partially effaced the stamp. Good 60-120 ETN7
photo 6703-239 T. TILESTON slide arm plow plane. 8-one-half inches long with rounded sliding arms and hand-carved locking thumbscrews F mark. Some dinging and age checks cutter rusty. Good 50-100 GAN5154
photo 6703-240 GREENFIELD TOOL CO. No. 527 screw-arm plow. Handled beech plow with boxwood arms and nuts boxed fence. One outer nut has crack and chip other ok. Mild chipping to threads small chip on tote some checks in wood on top of body and number 87 stamped bear brass locking screw. One arm is shorter than the other. Good- 35-70 REW458
photo 6703-241 BROWN and BARNARD wedge-arm plow plane. Some cracks and chips in body. Cutter wedge has lost its finial arm wedges look original but hard to tell. Brown and Barnard was affiliated with William Parks of Birmingham in the early 1800s the mark is uncommon. Good 75-150 DTN318
photo 6703-242 MARPLES and SONS wedge arm plow plane. Beech body church window style depth stop inlaid cross pattern at end of arms wear to wood and brass tips a little dinged. Good 35-70 LHS106
photo 6703-243 Sliding arm plow plane. Unmarked with diamond brass inlay on left cheek and arms wood depth stop and arms all locked with wood screws. Stains and a couple chips on wood partial stamp on cutter looks like Green. Primitive looking but well made. Good 35-70 LHS53
photo 6703-244 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Mix of Type 1 and Type 2. Front knob and lever cap screw are Type 1 shield rivet plates but does not have two hole frog and cutter mechanism and cutter adjusting wheel is Type 2. Crack beneath cutter screw hole on frog base traces of japanning surface rust Good- 40-80 HAN658
photo 6703-245 FULTON No. 113 circular plane. Fultons variation of the No. 113 with original bakelite knob. Japanning 90 percent and not painted metal has been cleaned original marked cutter. Good 60-120 OTR116
photo 6703-246 STANLEY No. 13 circular plane. Appears to be a Type 3 patent date cutter recessed adjustment nut with Baileys patent dates japanning looks retouched and is about 90 percent light pitting in spots. Good 40-80 HAN657
photo 6703-247 STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Uncommon Type 8a with the decorative four-lobed casting on the sole adjustment screw. Notched rectangle cutter japanning 95 percent. Good plus 75-150 HNL583
photo 6703-248 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes. A No. 191 with no depth stop japanning 70 percent with several spots of paint sweetheart cutter. And a No. 78 with maroon japanning good C243 casting mark on nose all parts present a few spots of rust cutter marked Made in Canada. Good- and better 30-60 JBN93 94
photo 6703-249 STANLEY No. 48 tongue and groove plane. Nickel plated with fancy handle and B casting mark on body. Knob has chip at base plating 85 percent. Good 40-80 PTL41
photo 6703-250 STANLEY No. 39 seven-eighths inch dado plane. Japanning 75 percent cutter unmarked mark on lever cap. Good 30-60 LHS220
photo 6703-251 Lot of two STANLEY rabbet planes. A No. 190 and No. 192 both with sweetheart marks on cutters japanning near complete on the 190 but 75 percent on the 192 with some rust on both. Both later types. Good 40-80 GRN46
photo 6703-252 Lot of two B PLANE block planes. Likely made by BIRMINGHAM both with B Plane mark on cutters and 7 inch soles one has No. 120 faintly cast at toe and depth adjuster japanning 50 percent. Other has decoratively cast toe and 70 percent japanning knob loose. Both with some discoloration to metal. Good- 60-120 HNL1143
photo *6703-253 STANLEY No. 102 block plane. Type 2 with Stanley Rule and Level mark on cutter early lever cap japanning 60 percent light wear on sole. Good 20-40 PTL62
photo 6703-254 Lot of two STANLEY No. 99 side rabbets. One is a Type 2 with vee mark on cutter plating 85 percent light wear. Other has sweetheart cutter and depth stop thumbscrew but no depth stop present B casting mark knob stamped with user initials plating 90 percent. Both have a few rust spots. Good- and better 30-60 SPM833
photo *6703-255 Squirrel tail block plane. Looks to be made by UNION low angle japanning 60 percent unmarked cutter small chip in throat. Good 20-40 LHS221
photo 6703-256 Lot of two STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet planes. One with sweetheart mark and 70 percent japanning throat a tad worn. Other is early with delicate lever cap screw and two-line trademark traces of japanning throat good a few dings on metal. Good 30-60 OVR123
photo 6703-257 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet plane. Shiny and clean plating near perfect made in USA notched rectangle mark on cutter. Fine 50-100 RBN376
photo 6703-258 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane IOB. Type 10 with all parts and box of cutters. Plating 80 percent wood ok cutter box missing lid and has 90 percent label but some dents to wood. Stanley No. 20 screwdriver also in fingerjointed box with replaced sliding lid heavily worn and crack in one side label 60 percent. Good 50-100 SAN56
photo 6703-259 STANLEY No. 55 combination plane IOB. Superclean plane with sweetheart mark looks never used. Cutter boxes have light wear. Everything looks there including instructions except for one small rod and spur. Supply those yourself and youre in business. Pasteboard box has wear to paper and about 30 percent label but seams intact. Good plus 250-500 RBN242
photo 6703-260 STANLEY No. 46 combination dado plane. Type 11 plating 85 percent chip from bottom horn of tote and some light wear knob ok fence has light wear missing one locking screw. One cutter. Good 40-80 LHS109
photo 6703-261 WARDS MASTER No. 45 combination plane. Made by Stanley for Montgomery Wards and identical to the Stanley No. 45. Later type looks to be all there except long rods and slitter nickel plating 95 percent some wear to tote. Has one set of cutters in wood box with pasteboard lid with good label plus another set in thin wood box with no label. Good 40-80 RBN366
photo 6703-262 STANLEY No. 378 weatherstrip plane. Has two brass collars on rods two depth stops japanning 90 percent one rusty cutter with sweetheart mark a few spots of rust on body but generally clean. Good plus 30-60 PTL45
photo 6703-263 Lot of four braces. Three Spofford including an example of the early all-metal version produced by FRAY and PIGG faint mark 12 inch sweep clean with some light pitting. And two examples of the No. 110 produced by FRAY after he parted company with Pigg walnut heads with pewter bands and grip 10 inch sweeps surface rust and wood has dings and tight crack but would clean up well. Plus a TAYLOR patent brace marked J. Taylor Patent which is uncommon. Its also stamped I. Wilson on the other side of the round chuck; Increase Wilson of New London manufactured many of Taylors braces. 8 inch sweep with a cast iron head. A nice and uncommon example of the earliest American patented brace. Good- and better 100-200 CDE637 833 834 902
photo 6703-264 Lot of four metal braces. A STANLEY X3 10 inch marked both Stanley and FRAY plating good wood has moderate stain and wear. A FULTON ratcheting with 10 inch sweep good plating and light wear. A STANLEY No. 921 faint Stanley mark on chuck and notched rectangle mark on body light wear and rust. And a German one marked FLOTT red paint on wood worn some rust. All have auger bits in 2-jaw chucks. Good 40-80 EMN65
photo 6703-265 Lot of three iron braces. All with all-metal bodies and all unmarked. Including one with spring lever latch and 8 inch sweep light pitting. A small gentlemans type one with thumbscrew chuck and 6-one-half inch sweep traces of japanning. And one with sliding spring lever chuck large with 9 inch sweep traces of japanning. Good 40-80 REW24 128
photo 6703-266 Lot of three braces. An unmarked one with what seems like a fixed flat screwdriver head small knurled chuck rosewood head and grib have some wear. A FRAY marked I. Wilson spring lever chuck brass ferrule beneath head chewed iron head with brass button marked 3. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 12 brace based on Goodells patent with lignum head and rosewood grip with brass rings brass and steel chuck activated by turning lower brass ring light wear to wood and pitting on metal. Good 60-120 REW28 70 102
photo *6703-267 Lot of two pod braces. Both primitive one with small iron ferrule and 3 pods but only two have bits decoratively carved. And one with square iron ferrule one pod wear on grip mushroom shaped head. Both with wear and some cracks and chips. Good- 20-40 DSD12 17
photo *6703-268 Pod brace. Primitive with a few repaired cracks thick iron ferrule inactive worm decoratively carved head. A few stains around primitive nails. Good- 10-20 GFR268
photo 6703-269 Lot of two braces. An unplated FENTON and MARSDEN with nice beech body and lignum head with plain brass button lever chuck light wear a few tight cracks in head and it is a little tight to turn. And a plated one by MARSDEN BROTHERS wear and staining to wood ebony head has several cracks 986 Fenton and Marsden brass button lever chuck brass plates tarnished and crack on one shoulder. Good- and better 30-60 GAN78G
photo 6703-270 Lot of three plated braces. All beech bodies with pushbutton chucks. An unmarked one with decorative plating ebony head in decent shape with plain button tight crack in one shoulder. One by BARTON BROTHERS with their Utile dulci mark on chuck head looks like red beech some stains. And a BUCK with ebony head and large plain button stains and dings to wood chips on head. Good- and better 40-80 GAN5577
photo 6703-271 MARPLES plated brace. Hibernia stamp on pushbutton chuck brass looks a little polished stains to wood. Ebony head has ivory button with initials GH carved into it and ivory ring around that several cracks in ivory. Tight crack in one shoulder user initials in wood. Good 50-100 GAN5576
photo 6703-272 Lot of three plated braces. One marked SIMS on pushbutton chuck staining to wood and crack in one shoulder ebony head has plain button and light wear. One by T.E. WELLS and CO with pushbutton chuck cracks in both shoulders rosewood head has checks and stem has crack. And one by JAMES HOWARTH ebony head with brass button has crack body has some water stains and a few small cracks lever chuck. Good- and better 50-100 GAN5578
photo 6703-273 MILLERS FALLS No. 182 ratcheting drill brace. Early type with wingnut faint markings on chuck red paint on gear 80 percent wood has wear plating 75 percent. Gear handle may be replacement. Good 75-150 RJR33
photo 6703-274 YANKEE No. 1555 ratcheting two speed breast drill by NORTH BROS. Clean with 70 percent japanning and most of its plating a few white paint spots particularly on breast plate wear to wood. Good 60-120 LDZ236
photo 6703-275 MILLERS FALLS No. 119A breast drill. Has most of original decal and 90 percent red paint on gear japanning 80 percent 3-jaw chuck and stem rusty wear on wood. Good 40-80 LEE116
photo 6703-276 MILLERS FALLS No. 13A breast drill. Marked on chuck vial wet and japanning good a little wear but overall clean. Good 35-70 REW345
photo *6703-277 MILLERS FALLS No. 2 hand drill. Japanning and red paint mostly gone wood ok has part of Edisons 250v socket adapter around the top of handle cap with some paint spots on both of them. 3-jaw chuck has one section ground down and small hole. Good- 20-40 HNL759
photo 6703-278 STANLEY No. 733 breast drill. Sweetheart mark on handle built-in level japanning 65 percent traces of plating lacquer worn on handles. Good 35-70 GRN42
photo 6703-279 Lot of two wood mallets. 6 inch wide square heads one has label for SALMENS of London other unmarked. Stains and wear on both unmarked has a few chips. Handles ok. Good 30-60 GAN5574
photo *6703-280 Round wood mallet. 6 inch wide head painted red with wear and staining hanghole. Several chips. Good- 20-40 LDZ124
photo 6703-281 Lot of 5 hammers. A couple claw including one marked CHAMPION TOOL a ball peen with welded cross design on it and a couple planishing hammers. Most have rust handles worn with paint on a couple. Dings on all. Good- 30-60 EMN63
photo 6703-282 Body work hammer. Large head with 1-three-fourth inch wide head claw on other end 15 inch handle unmarked other than user initials. Light rust and wear. Good 30-60 WOL652
photo *6703-283 Small wood mallet. 4 inch square head made of what looks like burl but heavily stained so I could be wrong. Some larger chips and cracks in wood 10 inch handle ok user initials on head. Good 20-40 JRI705
photo 6703-284 Lot of toffee hammers. Six total copper and nickel plated all with names cast into the handle -four include the word Toffee -. Between 4 inch and 8 inch long. Good 100-200 WOL583
photo 6703-285 Lot of 5 cobblers hammers. One marked HAMMOND No. 1 other marked SEARS ROEBUCK rest unmarked. Handles have some wear and chips but generally ok one head loose. Good 30-60 EMN64
photo 6703-286 Lot of three KEEN KUTTER hammers. A small ball peen and two claws. One claw has partial stamp for HOWARD. Heads a little loose but overall clean. Good 40-80 CAN77 78 79
photo 6703-287 KEEN KUTTER K5 corrugated jack plane. Original marked cutter wood near find with some minor scratching japanning 90 percent. Good plus 60-120 HNL1006
photo 6703-288 STANLEY No. 5-one-fourthC jack plane.. Later type orange lever cap notched rectangle mark on cutter. Wood ok noting one small chip on tip of tote some loss of nickel on lever cap. Sole has a few hairline cracks and chips at throat surface rust. Japanning ok. Good- 50-100 HNL216
photo 6703-289 STANLEY No. 13 circular plane. J SRandL mark on cutter as well as user stamp patent dates on adjustment nut Baileys patent on front adjusting strap early type with no lateral adjuster. Has about 50 percent japanning tarnish and light pitting. Good 40-80 DCR289
photo *6703-290 STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Type 1 cutter but later type screw cap beech tote and knob have heavy wear and repaired cracks traces of japanning on cheeks but ok on bed a few punch marks on left cheek. Good- 25-50 GRN50
photo 6703-291 Lot of two block planes. One identical to the A. Lawson plane shown in PTAMPIA II Fig. 482 but with just Made in USA cast into bed and one with J.F. and No. 2 cast into 5-five-eighth inch sole with a turned wooden knob that locks down the cutter manufactured but maker unknown. Good 80-150 HNL11401141
photo 6703-292 STANLEY No. 130 double ended block plane.. Uncommon Type 1 of the combination block and bullnose with streamlined profile and six-pointed star cap. Japanning mostly gone from cheeks lever cap a tight fit in the block position proper J mark on cutter faint. Good 100-200 HNL181
photo 6703-293 Lot of two bullnose block planes. The guts of a Tower and Lyon No. 20 adjustable block -PTAMPIA I Fig. 194b- mounted on a cast brass sole and one that looks manufactured but unmarked with a 3-three-fourth inch sole and squirrel tail similar to a Stanley No. 100. Good plus 80-150 HNL11501151
photo 6703-294 Lot of two BIRMINGHAM PLANE CO. block planes. One that resembles the toy shown in Fig. 235 of PTAMPIA I with the B plane cutter mark but 5-one-fourth inch long with a slip-in squirrel tail lever cap and Bailey type cutter adjustment as in Fig. 237b. And the non-adjustable 5-one-fourth inch squirrel-tailed block. PTAMPIA II Figure 204. Both have about 50 percent japanning. Good 100-180 HNL11421146
photo 6703-295 STANLEY No. 3 IOB Made in England. Has store tag some paint streaks on cheeks and sole knob lacquer nearly flaked all off tote has light wear. Japanning and plating very good. Box ok with intact label but remnants of sticker on part of it. Good plus 30-60 HEN41
photo 6703-296 STANLEY No. 3 IOB. Later type Made in USA black and yellow label on box with original paper inside. Plane has yellow notched rectangle on kidney lever cap good wood a shallow scratch or two on sole near toe and a touch of rust on top of cutter but otherwise near fine. Box has light wear. Good plus 35-70 HEN20
photo 6703-297 SARGENT No. 79 rabbet and filletster plane IOB.. Missing rod but otherwise near mint box fully intact with good label some dirt. Good 50-100 HNL257
photo 6703-298 STANLEY No. 80 scraper IOB Made in England. Minty clean with decal sticker and instructions. Box has light wear but intact. Fine 35-70 HEN43
photo 6703-299 STANLEY No. 248A weatherstrip plane IOB. Looks to be all there with seven cutters with notched rectangle marks and instructions. Japanning near mint looks never used. Fine 50-100 HEN42
photo 6703-300 STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane IOB Made in England. Never used with original packing material. Box intact. Mint 40-80 HEN65
photo *6703-301 AMT miniature brass shaves IOB. Three shaves all marked AMT with 1 inch cutters latching wood box in good condition. Fine 20-40 HEN46
photo 6703-302 STANLEY 150th Anniversary dovetail saw IOB. In 1993 in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the Stanley Works Stanley manufactured a number of special commemorative tools. This is the dovetail saw mint in its original box with certificate of authenticity. Fine 50-100 HEN6
photo 6703-303 STANLEY Defiance No. 1203N IOB. Some discoloration to metal wood clean looks barely used. Box has a few split seams some paint stains and dirt label ok. Good plus 30-60 LHS177
photo 6703-304 Replacement rosewood knob and tote IOB. For bench planes sticker on bottom of tote says Made in Sheffield England so possibly made by CROWN TOOLS. Clean unused in original box with no label. Fine 30-60 LHS201
photo 6703-305 BRIDGE CITY HP-6v2 plane body and accessories. 2007 signature series body with two sets of guide rails about 3 brass soles for dado rounds groove bead cove plus blades arranged in a two storage boxes custom built for it all. Also has several allen wrenches and numerous screws in small containers or bags. one-fourth inch round soles are missing from their slots cant guarantee everything is there but looks meticulously curated so likely is. Gently used but well cared for. Good plus 200-400 MDY
photo 6703-306 Lot of two YANKEE No. 41 drills IOB. One near mint with all bits in handle box has light wear and stain but mostly intact. Other has some rust and paint spots missing two bits has initials scratched in body box has split seams and moderate wear. Good and better 30-60 LHS198
photo 6703-307 STANLEY 150th Anniversary try square IOB. 8 inch square rosewood handle with brass edge and blade. Near mint a little shmutz near handle on blade. Box has some light wear on edges and a couple dings. Good plus 30-60 BES2
photo *6703-308 GOODELL BROTHERS No. 1 automatic drill IOB.. In original tin box with 70 percent of outside label inside blue label about nearly all there but has faded. Has one drill mostly clean unmarked and no bits. Good 20-40 LHS83
photo 6703-309 Lot of 5 micrometers IOB. Two LUFKIN one STARRETT a CRAFTSMAN in a Starrett box and a large BROWN and SHARPE. Most have spots of rust Brown and Sharpe is the cleanest one or two have instructions most of the boxes are dirty but intact. Good and better 30-60 MHT36
photo 6703-310 Lot of three broad axe heads. A BEATTY and SON 9 inch edge rusty with large chip out of the bottom edge partial handle stuck in eye. An unmarked one 12 inch edge good light rust but mostly clean no handle. And a 11-one-half inch PLUMB Anchor moderate rust also has handle broken off and stuck in eye. Good- and better 50-100 SPM398 399 400
photo 6703-311 Lot of two auger handles. A PECK STOW and WILCOX patented tool handle wear to wood 1-one-fourth inch bit clearly marked on head. And one by WATROUS and CO. with 1 inch bit that goes through handle and held with square nut wood lightly worn. Good 30-60 REW1640 1641
photo 6703-312 Lot of two froes. Both look handforged 9 inch and 10 inch edges smaller one has 8-one-half inch nicely turned handle screwed to head made of what looks like rosewood. Other has handle through eye 14 inch handle worn with inactive worm and chipping. Good 40-80 SPM560
photo *6703-313 Broad axe. Looks handforged with no marking 8 inch edge heavily pitted and rusty has hatchet handle with is loose and does not fit the eye has part of another handle at top of eye. Good- 20-40 RUS122
photo 6703-314 Woodmans Pal machete. Modern version with canvas sheath nice and sharp and looks never used has original tag. Fine 30-60 LHS95
photo 6703-315 Lot of five handled tools. A 19 inch turnscrew unmarked some wear. A 18 inch boot peg float rusty. A very worn rasp an early No. 30 Yankee drill by NORTH BROS. also worn and rusty and what looks like a cattle trocar with 6 inch long pointed head and wood handle worn with rust used to pierce the rumen of bloated cattle to allow gas to escape. Good- and better 30-60 DCR67 160 333 344 347
photo 6703-316 Lot of two shaves. A SNELL and ATHERTON heel shave marked on brass and cutter no japanning. And a SIMONS patent shoe shave with Nov. 17 1868 patent date cast into lever cap. Gull wing style body missing cap screw as most are japanning 70 percent a few rust spots. Good 40-80 DCR322
photo *6703-317 T handled auger bit. Decorative initials carved into handle and 63 faintly carved into backside handle worn one-half inch bit with some surface rust. Good 10-20 DCR318
photo *6703-318 Handcrafted metal plane. Never seen anything like it. Tote and knob are designed for tang handles but knob handle is missing double sided cutter with one-eighth inch and one-half inch ends held in place with washer and square nut. Solid metal body with fence heavily rusted. Unusual and may be early. Good- 10-20 DCR308
photo *6703-319 Lot of two measuring tools. An unmarked brass marking gauge with free spinning wheel on one end to mark stem is hollow with no end cap on other end a few dings. And a MILLERS FALLS pocket level with brass face plate vial wet a few flecks of japanning. Good 15-30 DCR125 198
photo *6703-320 Patented cutting tool. Unmarked except for Pat. Dec. 14. 75 on end which I cant seem to find a corresponding patent filing. Has wood handle with brass ferrule 7 inch stem with end that has an arm that curves up and one that goes straight downwards. 6 inch long cutter is attached to and slides along stem and is locked in place with brass thumbscrew. Handle has crack and stains some light surface rust. Good 25-50 DCR1005
photo *6703-321 Surface gauge. Unmarked except for small user stamps 10 inches tall with 5 inch and 8 inch arms. Rusty arms locked with large wingnut. Good 20-40 DCR75
photo 6703-322 Tenoning machine. Looks similar to those made by TWEETEN but unmarked cuts dowel to replace the ferrule on pool cues. These will run you about 175 dollars new. Has light use and a few spots of surface rust. Good 60-120 GRN59
photo *6703-323 STANLEY No. 700 vise. Has about 70 percent grey japanning surface rust 5 inch jaws have a few dings. Could use a little grease but still opens and closes fine. Good 20-40 GRN51
photo *6703-324 Lot of three user made wooden measuring tools. A trammel set with 20 inch beam one fixed and one sliding head needs wedge. Calipers with moving ends 15 inches long. And a try square with 5-one-half inch ends. All with some wear. Good- 15-30 DCR346
photo *6703-325 Lot of three combination squares. A STANLEY No. 21 with a stripe of orange paint on either side rule has sweetheart mark moderate wear. One by ORANGE TOOL CO. which was bought by Starrett so their tools are fairly scarce this one has about 40 percent japanning vial looks replaced. And a ATHOL MACHINE CO. No. 500 a company also bought out by Starrett 60 percent japanning vial wet. A few spots of rust on all. Good 30-60 GRN52
photo *6703-326 Lot of two brass rules. Both have various stamped markings in thousands one end of one marked Max. Capy. For Motor Truck 12000 lbs so presumably this measures something along those lines. Some tarnish on both and white paint on backside of one. Good 20-40 DCR339
photo 6703-327 Lot of two wood planes. A 17 inch jack plane marked T. Machin but could be user 2 inch cutter marked with what looks like horse with saddle. Several chips in body and sole at toe missing insert in front of throat wood worn with stains. And a 17 inch badger plane unmarked 2 inch IBBOTSON cutter wedge has dings closed tote good light wear. Good- and better 30-50 JBN151 152
photo 6703-328 Lot of two C NURSE and CO. fore planes. 20 inches and 22 inches in length both with bulbous wedges. Longer one has chips and wear especially heavy at toe some inactive worm stained and dirty. Shorter one is cleaner good 2-one-half inch cutter properly marked one chip at front right corner of sole. Good- and better 40-80 GAN5583
photo *6703-329 Coopers croze. Used by coopers to cut the groove for the barrel heads. Unmarked with iron holder and large flat locking thumbscrew for one-fourth inch blade. Nice patina worn groove in fence from use hangholes age checks. Good 25-50 SPM754
photo 6703-330 STANLEY No. 37 Jenny transitional plane. Rarest and most collectible of the transitionals with its extra wide sole and cutter Type 16 with corrected patent date on toe and second sweetheart on cutter. Body good with much original finish tote and knob fine a little roughness at toe japanning 90 percent. Good plus 60-120 HNL834
photo *6703-331 Tap. 7-one-half inch by 2-one-half inch body looks like lignum and maple some chips off one corner and dings inactive worm age checks. one-half inch vee cutter. Good 20-40 EMN51
photo 6703-332 Coopers croze and howell. The howell was used to cut a bevel around the inside of the barrel and croze was used to cut the groove for the barrel heads. These look like a pair owned by the same maker as both have a large B carved into body. Howell has 2-one-fourth inch unmarked cutter and croze has one-eighth inch cutter held by iron plate and large flat thumbscrew. Both have nice patina and wear marks on body from use hangholes cutter on howell slightly spalled but sharp edge and body a little loose from the fence but nothing that tightening of screws probably cant fix. Good 30-60 SPM751 753
photo 6703-333 E.C.E. Primus jointer plane. A little over 23 inches long with beech body and lignum sole has regulator style cutter adjustment. Looks barely used with a few spots of dinging or light wear clean. These run anywhere from 200-300 dollars new. Good plus 150-300 RRT495
photo 6703-334 Extra long panel plane. 3 inch skewed GREAVES and SONS cutter 25 inch long body with good tote slitter with wedge ahead of cutter. Unmarked other than user name some wear to lacquer in a few spots and rust on cutter staining on sole. Possibly used for door panels. Good 40-80 GAN5584
photo 6703-335 G.H. WARREN handled coffin plane. A mark -2 stars- from 1850s New Hampshire maker whose planes were marked Nashua but were actually made in nearby Hudson NH. 1-three-fourth inch PROVIDENCE TOOL CO. cutter good razee tote 10-one-half inch sole. A few spots of staining and dings. Good 30-60 HAN368
photo 6703-336 E.W. CARPENTER tongue and groove plane. Clean marked one-half on toe but appears to cut one-fourth inch tongue and groove A mark on toe a few small stain spots. Unfortunately missing the groove cutter but find yourself a replacement and youre good to go. Good- 35-70 ESY
photo 6703-337 Lot of two MARPLES and SONS wood smoothers. A 17 inch with 2-one-fourth inch properly marked cutter clean with a few light stain spots good tote small nick in edge of cutter. And a 14 inch with razee body good tote partial decals on cheek and wedge 2 inch proper cutter light wear and a few stains. Both have Hibernia marks on toes. Good 35-70 GAN5585 5587
photo 6703-338 Lot of mostly Baltimore maker molding planes. 7 spring marked side beads by P. CHAPIN from five-eighth inch to 1-one-fourth inch all single boxed. And a single boxed side bead-bevel also by P. CHAPIN spring marked heel marked 1one-eighth and five-eighth. One has side fence attached with screws all have B mark and five-eighth inch also has A. B. SEIDENSTRICKER and CO. mark. All have some staining and age checks dings on heels. Plus a spring marked single boxed ogee-bevel heel stamped one-half x seven-eighth and toe marked A. B. SEIDENSTRICKER and CO. and E. CALDWELL A mark -2 stars-. And a spring marked flute-bead-flute pattern B mark by B. SHENEMAN clean with lightly chewed wedge. All look gently polished no major damage to boxing beyond standard wear. Good 100-200 ESY111
photo 6703-339 Turning tool set IOB. Standard 8 tool set with grooved hardwood handles look never used. Inside dovetailed latching box with some dings and scratches and original price tag of 72.99 dollars. Fine 50-100 LHS76
photo 6703-340 Turning tools. 8 look to be from a CRAFTSMAN set with partial decals and stamps on metal. Includes gouges skew chisels parting tools etc. Plus 3 extras including 2 gouges by SAMSON and a parting tool by BUCK plus a BUTCHER gouge with tang and no handle. Most have wear on handles but metal is clean. Good 40-80 LHS36
photo 6703-341 Grab bag of gouges. 20 total several types including straight bent spoon corner etc. Most are gouges but a chisel or two thrown in. Majority are MARPLES but other makers include HERRING BROS. ADDIS TAYLOR and SORBY. Most have brass ferrules a few have nicely turned handles and a couple have boxwood handles. Generally clean with wear or a crack on some handles. Good 60-120 WOL640
photo 6703-342 Lot of gouges. 19 total several types including straight bent spoon corner etc. Most are ADDIS with four HERRING. Variety of handles including a couple boxwood several carved most with brass ferrules wear on all. One Addis has end broken off a few have rust but metal mostly clean. Good- and better 80-160 WOL639
photo 6703-343 Lot of ADDIS gouges and chisels. 24 total several types including straight bent spoon corner skew etc. Most are gouges but a chisel or two thrown in. Majority are ADDIS but theres a TAYLOR and unmarked one in there too. Most have brass ferrules a few have nicely turned handles and a couple have boxwood handles. Generally clean with wear or a crack on some handles. A couple have chips in ends. Good- and better 100-200 WOL635
photo 6703-344 KEEN KUTTER No. KS13 auger bit set IOB. 12 bits inside case that holds 13 good decal on inside of box bits have some surface rust but bit ends mostly clean. Wear and some warping to box latch good. Plus an empty round wooden KEEN KUTTER bit stock twist container with about half its label and some wear. Good 50-100 CAN159 160
photo 6703-345 KING KUT Hobby Tool Set No. 130. Blade set with about 13 blades and a handle with bakelite knob a finger block plane two miniature shaves two boxes of emery boards. Has instructions all in wood box with good inner decal box clean. Good plus 30-60 RBN90
photo 6703-346 RUSSEL JENNINGS spur auger bit set IOB. Has majority of label, hinges rusty. Good 50-100 DT145
photo *6703-347 Lot of three boxed items. Two IRWIN expansive bits No. 1 both five-eighth inch to 1-one-half inch clean with a little loss of red paint on one end with instructions in moderately worn boxes. Labels good. And a GOODELL PRATT Mr. Punch automatic push drill has about half its bits in the head clean. Box missing one end of lid a few split seams label 70 percent. Good 30-60 RBN250 260 276
photo 6703-348 Lot of carving chisels and gouges. one-eighth inch to one-half inch in width both gouges and chisels most are ADDIS but a TAYLOR and WARD thrown in variety of handles with wear and staining some bent end. Some rust on most a few missing ferrules. Inside cigar box. Good- and better 40-80 LEE148
photo *6703-349 CLEVELAND No. 13A wood bits IOB. 8 bits in case that holds 9 - the seven-thirty-secondth inch appears to be missing. Good labels on box with light wear bits have some rust. Good 25-50 RBN325
photo *6703-350 HANSON one-eighth inch stamp set. 36 letters and numbers in aluminum case all appear to be there. Good plus 25-50 RBN91
photo *6703-351 Lot of two mortise chisels. A one-eighth inch by MARPLES fairly clean with good handle. And a five-sixteenth inch by BISHOP with some rust and handle has very large chip on one side. Good- and better 25-50 LHS98
photo *6703-352 Lot of two handled tools. A nearly 30 inch long turnscrew with no visible mark handle has wear and staining and a few cracks. And a 16 inch long perfect handle flathead screwdriver wear to wood a few chips on end. Good- and better 20-40 LDZ137
photo 6703-353 SPEEDY VISE. Clean and looks barely used 4 inch jaws swivel base. Good plus 40-80 ALV85
photo *6703-354 Bench grinder. Unmarked with green painted body vise mounted handle has some checks but ok. 4-one-half inch grinder wheel has small chip and looks lightly used. Good 25-50 HAN620
photo *6703-355 MILWISUS bench grinder. 3 inch grinder wheel lightly used body has about 80 percent plating vise has replacement nut at end handle has light wear but ok. Good 20-40 HAN614
photo *6703-356 PYKO No. 1 bench grinder. Elaborate gear and chain mechanism turns 3 inch wheel green paint 80 percent overall clean. Good plus 35-70 HAN613
photo *6703-357 Lot of two bench tools. A vise with square hole at one end in which object can slide through and be clamped 3 inch square base japanned some surface rust. And what looks like some sort of machinist pipe center tool that lets you rotate thread plates to create various diameters and pointed tip is lowered by turning handle some surface rust. Good 25-50 ALV650 682
photo 6703-358 Lot of four STANLEY No. 203 bench brackets. One has no japanning rest have 80-85 percent japanning one has some paint splotches. Two have Sargent replacement clamp screws other two have patent dates on thumbscrews. Good- and better 60-120 RSR89 143
photo 6703-359 Lot of three hand vises. Two spring vises with locking thumbscrews one marked Germany with 1-one-fourth inch jaws and other unmarked with 2 inch jaws. Plus a MILLERS FALLS Alford patenthand vise removable rosewood handle held with screw and has light wear plating on head near complete marked on one side. Good 50-100 OVR267
photo 6703-360 Pair of mitre clamps. Unmarked japanning touched up 9 inches long with 2 inch jaws. Good 40-80 REW1955
photo 6703-361 Patented anvil vise. Patented by George Colton of Syracuse NY on June 16 1885 with patent date cast on body 2 inch jaws with 2 inch anvil behind it holes at base to mount to bench. Japanning 75 percent some white paint in spots surface rust. Good 50-100 DGO11
photo *6703-362 Small bench vise. 1-one-half inch spring jaws 1-one-fourth inch anvil clamp with winged thumbscrew marked X50 X51 and X53. Good 20-40 UNK
photo 6703-363 Jacot pivot tool. Used by watchmakers and repairers for burnishing and polishing. Looks European brass body with brass knurled locking screws engraved with user initials brass has a few spots of tarnish. Uncommon. Good 100-200 CLA513
photo *6703-364 Lot of four C clamps. Unmarked circular shaped thumbscrew look handforged possibly for quilting. Clean. Good 30-60 LDZ24
photo *6703-365 GIANT patented nail puller. Manufactured by SMITH and HEMENWAY CO NYC and marked with several patent dates. 19 inches long with jaw opened and closed with side handle head rotates to allow for twisting while pulling some surface rust and traces of japanning white paint on handle. Good 20-40 OVR301
photo 6703-366 Coopers flagging iron. Used to spread staves of barrel to insert rushes or caulk. 20 inches long with one end flattened and rounded other end horseshoe shaped two sides curved downward at ends into feet. Handforged. Good 30-60 LDZ55
photo 6703-367 Lot of six wrenches. Two monkey wrenches a 8 inch one that looks to be like those patented by FREDERICK WALDEN in 1904 and manufactured by BAY STATE TOOL CO. with quick adjust release lever above metal handle unmarked and some discoloration of metal. And a 6 inch with adjustment nut wood handle fairly clean. Two bicycle wrenches with center adjustment nut a 4-one-fourth inch one by BILLINGS and SPENCER with faint mark nickel plating near complete user name and 6 inch one marked SHELLEY likely made in England with a few dings. Plus a WALDEN-WORCESTER wrench patented in 1909 also by Frederick Walden -Schulz No. 150- this is the square nut version. Nickel ok stamped with patent date. And an unbreakable multi-tool with combination quick-adjust wrench hammer and pry-bar covered by a 1954 design patent and manufactured by the G.M. CO. of Long Island City NY. 8-one-half long like new. Good and better 40-80 ALV105 186 261 381 389 485
photo *6703-368 Lot of nine pliers and nippers. Mostly needlenose pliers one nipper one slip joint. Majority made by KRAEUTER others made by UTICA SNAP-ON and one marked Made in West Germany. A couple rusty. Good 30-60 RSR29
photo *6703-369 Lot of screwdrivers and turnscrews. Three turnscrews 4-one-half inch to 8-one-half inch in length light wear. A perfect-handle screwdriver with some damage and wear to wood. Two small 3-one-half inch long flathead screwdrivers and a 4 inch long scratch awl. Plus a three-eighth inch BUCK chisel and a initial stamp for G.W.S. Good- and better 25-50 AED37 50 61 65
photo *6703-370 Lot of miscellaneous tools. 5 inch wing dividers a tool handle with wear and seven rusty bits in head what looks like a 6 inch long nickel plated letter opener with a peacock stamp on it 7-one-half inch long pruning shears unmarked spring jaw leather strap at end of handles. And a grafting froe used in orchards to splice branches and graft to trunk of another tree 10 inches long handforged surface rust. Good 30-60 PNG30
photo 6703-371 Lot of saw tools. Three saw sets including STILLMAN patent MORRILL patent and one unmarked. And a saw wrest with partial mark that looks like Joseph Handler some cracks in wood handle surface pitting on metal. Plus what may be a primitive nail puller 7-one-half inches long that consists of hand forged body with long handle and slotted round head. Good 30-60 AED
photo 6703-372 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 7 one one-half inch cutter and depth stop knobs have wear and light staining plating 70 percent and could use a cleaning couple spots of rust. Good 40-80 UNK
photo 6703-373 STANLEY No. 71-one-half router. Type 4 with two cutters one-fourth inch and one-half inch plating 90 percent knobs have light dinging. one-fourth inch cutter needs honing. Good 45-90 JBN76
photo *6703-374 STANLEY No. 81 cabinet scraper. Plating 90 percent some scratching and chips on sole from use notched rectangle mark on lever cap cutter does not look original. Good 25-50 PTL47
photo 6703-375 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 8 one-half inch cutter has depth stop knobs have light wear plating 90 percent. Good 40-80 GFR218
photo 6703-376 E.C. STEARNS No. 13 flexible sole spokeshave. Japanning 70 percent metal discolored brass has light wear. No cutter. Good- 40-80 SPM664
photo 6703-377 PRESTON No. 1391 spokeshave. Marked on cutter and handles cast with Preston and Patent. Japanning 80 percent. Good 40-80 LHS213
photo 6703-378 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER spokeshaves. A No. 92 plating 90 percent a few small nicks on marked cutter otherwise nice and clean. And a No. 95 with most of its japanning some spots of rust on backside properly marked cutter good. Good plus 50-100 CAN67 68
photo 6703-379 Lot of three brass spokeshaves. Reproductions similar to the STANLEY No. 68 none of the bodies are marked except for owner name all cutters marked Stanley. Each has different style lever cap but same basic handle design. One has split sole with integral fence. All fairly clean. Good 40-80 DEN88 89 90
photo 6703-380 Bowl adze. Unmarked 4 inch edge fairly clean with good handle. Good plus 25-50 WOL616
photo 6703-381 Open handled scorp. Freshly sharpened 4-three-fourth inch edge some pitting to metal one ferrule broken handles have some staining. Good 15-30 JPR251
photo 6703-382 Lot of two bowl adzes. One with 4-one-half inch edge and 7 inch handle other with 4 inch edge and 9 inch handle. Both unmarked with some pitting handles have wear. One with 4 inch edge looks possibly manufactured but other one has handcarved handle and looks smith made. Good 30-60 WOL615
photo 6703-383 Lot of two drawknives. A 11 inch by BEATTY and SON with the bull mark and Chester stamped on it light pitting but edge sharp. Handles have light wear ferrules slightly dinged. And a 10 inch by KEEN KUTTER edge needs sharpening handles have wear and stains some scratching on backside. Good 40-80 CAN96 165
photo 6703-384 Lot of two saws. A stair saw with nicely carved handle user stamps 10 inch unmarked blade held by screws and inset square nuts looks possibly craftsman made. Plus an unmarked pruning saw 9 inch edge has 4 large teeth at the end 8 inch wood handle with wear held by 3 screws. Good 30-60 SPM643 685
photo 6703-385 A. J. WILKINSON draw knife. Very clean with 10 inch edge folding handles locked with large wingnuts patent date on backside wood has some light dinging but overall in nice condition. Good plus 40-80 GFR257
photo 6703-386 Lot of two drawknives. Both 10 inch edges one by C.J. KIMBALL and other a PEXTO. Some discoloration and surface rust but edges ok handles with moderate wear but Pexto ones are cleaner. Good 30-60 GAN5575
photo 6703-387 Lot of three pad saws. All unmarked with brass ferrules. Beech boxwood and rosewood handles all have moderate wear and dinging blades have minor surface rust. Good 35-70 WOL610
photo 6703-388 P. HAYDEN and CO screw-arm plow plane. Unhandled beech body with boxwood nuts and washer rings in between outer nuts and plane body depth stop locked with wooden thumbscrew in right cheek stamped with number 10 in throat behind BUTCHER cutter. B1 mark -2 stars- also marked WHITMORE and WOLFF which is a 3-star Pittsburgh hardware dealer. Threads have moderate chipping a few cracks and chips in nuts and washers have chips. Stain behind cutter and some chips to boxing on fence wedge a bit chewed and some cracks in front of wedge from being jammed in too hard a few times. Good- 50-100 LHS102
photo 6703-389 L. CASE screw-arm plow plane. B1 mark -2 stars- on unhandled rosewood body and fence ebony nuts boxwood shoulders. Brass lined skate and locking depth stop thumbscrew GREAVES cutter. Light chipping on threads nuts have a few dings some chips on fence and small cracks at heel and toe where skate meets the body dinging on toe. Unfortunately one of the shoulders has large repaired crack through it. Good- 50-100 GFR14
photo 6703-390 J. DENISON boxwood plow plane. Unhandled C mark -2 stars- fully boxwood brass lined skate and locking depth stop thumbscrew HALL CASE and CO cutter. Has chips on nuts dinging and chips on arms checks throughout body some large and some light chewing on one spot of cheek. Chips on fence pitting to metal. Good- 40-80 GAN173
photo 6703-391 T. TURNER screw-arm sash filletster. Beech with boxwood nuts and shoulder boxed sole. Slight overall dinging a couple of tiny chips in threads boxing a little separated. Uncommon second brass depth stop on right side of sole in addition to the usual one. Turners bottle mark. Good 60-120 GAN5128
photo 6703-392 T.J. GARNER screw-arm sash filletster. Beech with boxwood nuts and full face boxwood sole double dovetailed. Fancy turned finials one has small chip wood is otherwise fine with threads near perfect. Good plus 60-120 GAN5127
photo 6703-393 MACKAY BURLEY and HEYS wedge-arm sash filletster. Beech with shoulder boxed sole diamond shaped brass inlay on shoulders and brass tips on arms. Some dings and light scratching wedge a little chewed. Dings on heel. Good 35-70 LHS107
photo 6703-394 J. HANNAN sash molding plane. Beech body double iron B mark -3 stars- iron fence screwed into left cheek but sits flush with body and has some surface rust wedges lightly chewed a few age checks and dings. Good 30-60 GFR159
photo 6703-395 E. SMITH hollow and round pair. one-half inch and marked as such on toes B and B2 marks clean bodies with light wear one spot of inactive worm wedges have a scuff or two. Good plus 30-60 BZE22
photo 6703-396 BARTLETT No. 92 1 inch round plane. Some scuffs wear on sole a few stain spots. Good 10-20 LHS61
photo 6703-397 J. CONANT side round. Conant was a Vermont carpenter from 1796-1841 and this is his A mark -3 stars-. Chips and wear on edges wedge looks carved down stains particularly on one cheek. Good- 35-70 GFR256
photo 6703-398 Lot of two Liverpool makers snipe bill planes. One marked FAIRCLOUGH the other marked BRIDGE both single boxed and although not matched they do make a pair. Overall clean with mild wear lightly polished. Good 40-80 JBN27
photo 6703-399 MOSELEY and SON moving filletster. Clean with light wear and minimal dinging small stain near nicker boxing has small crack at toe user stamp. Good 35-70 GAN5571
photo 6703-400 R. A. PARRISH beading plane. Has A mark but also the address part of the C mark so a combination of 3 and 5 star marks. Cuts multiple beads and has moving fence to adjust how many beads to cut. Looks like it originally had nicker and depth stop which are now missing fence might be later addition as it has a couple extra holes in it. . Sole has some chipping wedge finnial missing user name largely stamped in one cheek and stamped over makers mark dinging at heel. Different. Good- 50-100 JCI58
photo 6703-401 Lot of two molding planes. A skew rabbet plane by J. MAYER an early 19th century furniture and tool maker in Pennsylvania. Has two fences crudely attached to cheek one large chip filled in with wood putty at top of other cheek wedge likely a replacement. Stains and heavily worn. Plus a J. COLTON hollow plane B mark chip at top of plane at heel wedge has large chip and tip broken off another large chip in cheek at toe heavily worn toe. Poor 25-30 DTN377
photo 6703-402 Lot of two mid-19th century molding planes. A one-fourth inch side bead by J. KILLAM A mark from this CT maker single boxed some dings and chewed wedge heel marked two-eighths. And a dado plane by E. DANBERRY a New Jersey maker with a few dings and stains heel marked one-half. Good- and better 30-60 GFR149158
photo 6703-403 Gunstocker fluting plane. Cuts one-half inch unmarked other than user stamps light wear and some chewing on wedge polished. Good 30-60 GFR96
photo 6703-404 Side bead. Unmarked but looks old dark patina or stain from use has small groove in right cheek near toe presumably to aid in grip user marks. Hole through body at toe a few chips on sole and at heel cutter rusty wedge may be replacement Good- 10-20 WOL749
photo 6703-405 Lot of miscellaneous books and price guides. A May 1926 edition of the DISSTON Saw Tool and File Book corners foxed and some dinginess a few tears. And THE CARBORUNDUM CO. Advice on How to Sharpen Wood-Working Tools looks to be from the 1930s also dirty with some wear and tear. Herbert Keans 1998 Restoring Antique Tools in good condition. A 1938 publication of The Truth About 1938 Building Values by the Quad City -Iowa- Home Ownership Council light wear. The Arthur Pascal Collection of Antique Woodworking Tools and three reprints for the Chapin 1859 price list -with coffee stains- La Forge Royal and New Britain Hardware Center. Plus two design books for furniture. Good- and better 40-80 JBN99-107
photo 6703-406 JOINERY AND CARPENTRY Volumes I thru VI. Second reprint covers have moderate wear and pages browning some flecks of paint on one cover. Good 30-60 JBN97
photo 6703-407 THE AXE AND MAN by Charles Heavrin. Hardcover clean pages good. 1998 copyright was sold by Astragal Press for $25 but out of stock as of 2010. Good plus 30-60 JCI83
photo 6703-408 Lot of tool catalogs. Four original - a STANLEY 1914 No. 34 some dirt and tears to cover pages browned. A STARRETT 1938 No. 26 a few stains on cover but pages pretty clean. A LUFKIN 1947 No. 7 scuff on cover otherwise good. And a SHAPLEIGH No. 2483 Want Book -- a ringbound notebook with blank lined pages cover worn and some pages bent or torn. Plus a STARRETT No. 13 catalog reprint clean. Good- and better 60-120 CAN151-154
photo 6703-409 STANLEY instruction assortment. Nearly 25 instructions for combination planes butt gauges levels saw sets scraper blades chisels doweling jigs clapboard markers Odd-Jobs vise and more. One reprint for the No. 46 plane rest all look like originals. Several have torn edges or are partially there one or two have stains but majority in decent shape. Good- and better 75-150 JCI82
photo 6703-410 Dealer lot of 19 STANLEY rules. Various boxwood rules in generally worn and fairly dirty condition. There may be a gem in there that we failed to spot. In a cigar box that were throwing in. As is no returns. Good- and better 30-60 LKY47
photo 6703-411 Dealers lot of block planes. 8 total. Most are STANLEY including two Nos. 9-one-fourth a No. 118 a No. 102 and a No. 18 with patent date on lever cap most worn with rust and loss of japanning. Plus a very early No. 9-one-half looks like a Type 4 a few chips to one cheek at toe and several chips to throat replacement knob so throat plate is loose japanning 65 percent. Plus a SARGENT adjustable throat with Stanley cutter and traces of japanning and a MILLERS FALLS No. 103 with half of original decal and good japanning also with Stanley cutter. As is no returns. Good- and better 60-120 GRN40 45
photo 6703-412 Dealers lot of braces. 8 total. 7 inch sweep thumbscrew chuck good beech head; 9 inch sweep large flat walnut head with some dings barrel-shaped chuck with thumbscrew; 6 inch sweep smith made with hand carved wooden head friction fit chuck; 7 inch sweep small wooden head chuck missing thumbscrew; 9inch sweep walnut head with some dings friction fit chuck. Plus three TAYLOR style ones including one clearly based on Jeremy Taylors 1836 patent the earliest US brace patent but unmarked as most are one is marked by H.O. White of Hebron CT an early maker of Taylor-type braces and also marked No. 2 by Whites name and one unmarked. The Taylor and White each have 8 inch sweeps the unmarked is 12 inch. All with metal heads and no grips as common for the period. As is no returns. Good 100-200 CDEvarious
photo 6703-413 Dealer lot of auger bits. 16 long shank bits from 1-one-half inch to one-fourth inch about half are spur. Plus a seven-eighth inch T-handle auger bit with a few spots of paint on wood. Most have mild surface rust. As is no returns. Good 40-80 NCY126
photo 6703-414 Dealer lot of plane parts. A couple totes a knob a few adjusting screws nice MILLERS FALLS lever cap STANLEY lever cap with chip cutters for all types of planes with some marked MF STANLEY GAGE HOWLAND BUCK BROS. About half the irons have light to moderate rust totes have some wear and staining a couple may have chips in edge. As is no returns. Good- and better 60-120 MMY