Auction Archive 6104 - September 9, 2012

lot description condition source low high
6104-001 6104-001 - STANLEY No. 54 plow and rabbet plane. Offered from 1937-1950. this is the rare pre-WWII version without the cutter adjustment. Nickel plating is 99% - only a couple of small flaws keep this from being mint. One 1/2 cutter (originally came with 8 )which may not be original to the plane.   - Fine (OTR-118) 600-800 Fine (OTR-118) 600 800
6104-002 6104-002 - DARLING brace. patented by Benjamin Darling of Bridgewater MA in 1868. One of the rarest and most desirable of American patented braces. it’s the brace Ron Pearson chose to illustrate the cover of his book. A spring is placed in holes along the handle to open and close the jaws. One of the jaws has become slightly bent out of line with the other over the years. otherwise - Good+ (OTR-119) 800-1200 Good+ (OTR-119) 800 1200
6104-003 6104-003 - Exquisite hand-forged dividers. 16 inch long. appearance is 18th century or even older. Clean as the day it was made and the ends are as sharp as needles. A stunning example of the toolmaker’s art. - Fine (DUP 685) 250-500 Fine (DUP 685) 250 500
6104-004 6104-004 - 18 inch FITCHBURG level based on Edward Webb’s 1886 patent. One of the most graphic of the cast-iron levels. The short versions are very uncommon. but the 18 inch version is genuinely rare. Unmarked as most are. One dry plumb vial (out of three) but it doesn’t affect appearance and its not like you are going to be using it. clean example of a rare level. - Good (OTR-104) 250-350 Good (OTR-104) 250 350
6104-005 6104-005 - Two boxes of draw knives and shaves collected by Neyland Hester. The box on the left contains three boxwood shaves: one marked D. Flather of Sheffield. one marked I. Sorby. and the third marked simply British Made. inch The box on the right contains five exotic-wood knives that may have been made by Neyland. The gullwing shape on the top looks like zebrawood to me. and the other four are labelled 1 through 4. The boxes appear to be walnut and have fitted compartments for all the tools. Collecting these and making the fitted boxes for them was a labor of love for Neyland. and we have five more boxes. some hinged and some with sliding tops. The others will appear in future auctions unless someone wants to make an offer for all of them.   - (HEY-104) 125-250 (HEY-104) 125 250
6104-006 6104-006 - Massive skew plan with side fence. stamped E.W. Pennell No. 225 Arch St.. also stamped in different lettering Phila. Warranted. Also owner stamped W. Reid. W. Greave & Sons iron. - Good (ZOM 477) 60-80 Good (ZOM 477) 60 80
6104-007 6104-007 - Old rounded bottom plane. looks home made. no stamping. Rusted iron with one corner missing. A few inactive worm holes. Handles for pulling. - Fair (ZOM 471) 20-40 Fair (ZOM 471) 20 40
6104-008 6104-008 - Unmarked screw arm sash plane. Two irons marked Hattersley. inch Wood looks like walnut. Looks user made but a nice job. ***9032 S. Kahler - Good (Kahler) 60-80 Good (Kahler) 60 80
6104-009 6104-009 - Large coffin shaped smoothing plane. 9 inch long. Sandusky Tool Co.. marked 39. strike button on heel.   - Good (BMH 146) 50-70 Good (BMH 146) 50 70
6104-010 6104-010 - Coffin shaped smoothing plane. 7 inch long. Sandusky Tool Co.. marked 39. strike button on heel. - Good (BMH 209) 50-70 Good (BMH 209) 50 70
6104-011 6104-011 - Unmarked plow plane. looks European. geared wheels inside of fence. brass wing screws. 10 inch   - Good (LEE845) 40-80 Good (LEE845) 40 80
6104-012 6104-012 - Boxwood plow plane. made by J. Killam of Glastonbury CT 1822-1860. brass tips on arms. wooden set screws. - Good (LEE 845) 80-120 Good (LEE 845) 80 120
6104-013 6104-013 - Sandusky Tool Co. rounding plane (two half-round blades). 135 inch long. - Good (BMH 118) 60-80 Good (BMH 118) 60 80
6104-014 6104-014 - STANLEY No. 25 transitional plane.The most collectible of the transitional planes. Early type. with the semi-circular trademark on the cutter and the frog attached to the bed with wood screws. The wood of the bed has a beautiful deep patination. and the japanning is almost complete except on the lever cap. A couple of tight cracks in the knob. - Good (ZOM 458) 300-600 Good (ZOM 458) 300 600
6104-015 6104-015 - Massive mitre jack. 23 inch long by 10 inch wide. good condition but small split near the end of the thread. no maker mark but small paper tag says 99 cents inch and #7 - Good+ (NW 85) 60-100 Good+ (NW 85) 60 100
6104-016 6104-016 - 12 inch backsaw manufactured by Harvey W. Peace Vulcan Saw Works in Brooklyn. blade clearly marked also with word Extra and warranted Spring steel also good medallion. split in handle by the nut. - Good (ZOM 516) 50-70 Good (ZOM 516) 50 70
6104-017 6104-017 - Another 12 inch backsaw. only mark Jackson Cast –Steel inch USA on back. Manufactured by DISSTON.   - Good (DUS 4) 40-60 Good (DUS 4) 40 60
6104-018 6104-018 - GRIFFIN’S IMPROVED cast iron hacksaw with herringbone pattern and patented toggle in handle to tighten blade. Unmarked. - Good 120-150 Good   120 150
6104-019 6104-019 - Butchers saw. marking looks like Rushbrooke. West Smithfield E.C. inch Unusual 14 inch blade. - Good (WOL 12) 40-60 Good (WOL 12) 40 60
6104-020 6104-020 - Hacksaw with Keen Kutter mark.   pretty beat up. Unusual closed handle.   - Fair (LEE 689) 20-40 Fair (LEE 689) 20 40
6104-021 6104-021 - Massive Disston backsaw with 27 inch blade. marked Henry Disston and Sons. Warranted Cast Steel on spine. extremely faint Millers Falls mark on blade. - Good (MKJ 291) 70-90 Good (MKJ 291) 70 90
6104-022 6104-022 - Set of two SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 108 plank match planes. Screw-arm type with minor thread chips only. Not a matched set. the narrow iron appears to be beech and has banner type logo.   - Good (BMH 75) 40-80 Good (BMH 75) 40 80
6104-023 6104-023 - Plow plane marked HM PARK RICHMOND IA . Chip on tote and old screws repairing split around tote. Old copper boxing. - Fair (PFF 0808) 20-40 Fair (PFF 0808) 20 40
6104-024 6104-024 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 108 1/2 plow plane. Screw threads almost perfect. - Good (BMH 2) 40-60 Good (BMH 2) 40 60
6104-025 6104-025 - Set of two SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 108 plank match planes. Boxed. Screw-arm type with minor thread chips and narrow one has beat up wedge and big chip out of tote. Matched set with SHF inch owner mark. - Good (DUP 335) 40-80 Good (DUP 335) 40 80
6104-026 6104-026 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 149 rabbet plane with skewed iron and twin nickers. Side mounted tote. Wedge pretty beat up otherwise good. - Good (BMH 126) 40-80 Good (BMH 126) 40 80
6104-027 6104-027 - GOUGH AND BOWEN. Panel plane. Toe beat up. needed a strike button but otherwise good. Rare English mark   - Good (VIN 202A) 50-100 Good (VIN 202A) 50 100
6104-028 6104-028 - Set of 2 STANLEY NO. 71 routers. one type 4 and one type 8. - Good (EWO 035) 75-150 Good (EWO 035) 75 150
6104-029 6104-029 - Set of 2 STANLEY NO. 71 routers. one type 6 and one type 7. - Good (EWO 036) 60-120 Good (EWO 036) 60 120
6104-030 6104-030 - STANLEY 81 scraper plane with rosewood bottom. Nickle is very good. blade nice and sharp. - Good+ (NW 120) 60-120 Good+ (NW 120) 60 120
6104-031 6104-031 - Massive unsigned brass trammel points. 8 1/2 inches long. - Good+ (ZOM 422) 100-150 Good+ (ZOM 422) 100 150
6104-032 6104-032 - OHIO TOOL CO. slick 18 inch long and 4 inch wide. Owner’s mark EEK. Slight surface pitting but you could shave with the blade. - Good+ (DUP 147) 60-80 Good+ (DUP 147) 60 80
6104-033 6104-033 - Massive unsigned brass trammel points. 7 1/2 inches long with removable steel points. Heavier but surface a little more dinged up than 31. - Good (ZOM 418) 100-150 Good (ZOM 418) 100 150
6104-034 6104-034 - Jigger. Owner’s mark is something WHITE. with a NY address and 1837 inch. number 4 1/2. - Good (ZOM 495) 40-60 Good (ZOM 495) 40 60
6104-035 6104-035 - Rimeter by ELRICK RIM CO. INC. of Oakland. CA. Measures tire rims. In immaculate condition with clear instructions on rear. For the collector of automotive tools who has everything. A gizmo. - Fine (DUP 157) 60-80 Fine (DUP 157) 60 80
6104-036 6104-036 - Grafting froe. used by tree nursery to add cuttings of different varieties to the same base stock.   - Good (DUP 156) 40-60 Good (DUP 156) 40 60
6104-037 6104-037 - LL DAVIS 20 inch No. 29 level. Beat up stock but a nicely incised owner’s monogram. Vials good. - Good- (ZOM 465) 80-100 Good- (ZOM 465) 80 100
6104-038 6104-038 - STANLEY 18 inch No. 96 rosewood level. First brassbound version with nailed on brass strips. made before the Stratton patents expired. Tool box dings. two end plate screws missing. Vials good. - Good- (ZOM 467) 80-120 Good- (ZOM 467) 80 120
6104-039 6104-039 - CHAPIN-STEPHENS CO. 28 inch level with boxwood dial inclinometer. Serious dinging but no major divots. Vials good. Uncommon. - Good- (ZOM 354) 50-70 Good- (ZOM 354) 50 70
6104-040 6104-040 - 30 inch Hudson river style level with side mounted vials. Knurling around edge of side plates. Very faint mark on top that I can’t make out - could be Tyler? Nice heavy piece of wood with some serious dinging and two hang holes. One face vial gone and the other could be a replacement. Uncommon maker if you can identify. - Good- (ZOM 382) 50-70 Good- (ZOM 382) 50 70
6104-041 6104-041 - 24 inch STRATTON BROS. mahogany No. 11. ZS inch owner initials. Light dinging. good vials. - Good+ (ZOM 386) 50-70 Good+ (ZOM 386) 50 70
6104-042 6104-042 - 24 inch DISSTON & SONS No. 65 brassbound level. Moderate dinging. good vials. - Good (ZOM 390) 40-60 Good (ZOM 390) 40 60
6104-043 6104-043 - 28 inch STRATTON No. 1 brassbound level manufactured for MILLERS FALLS. Nice piece of rosewood with some dinging on one side only so you turn that side to the wall. good vials. Nobody made them like Stratton. - Good+ (SK 9028) 120-140 Good+ (SK 9028) 120 140
6104-044 6104-044 - 30 inch DISSTON & MORSS adjustable level. Interesting grain. light dinging. good vials. - Good+ (SK 9028) 30-50 Good+ (SK 9028) 30 50
6104-045 6104-045 - 18 inch KEEN KUTTER K6/8 level. body. slight corrosion on vial holders. one dry plumb vial. - Good- (ZOM 350) 50-70 Good- (ZOM 350) 50 70
6104-046 6104-046 - 18 inch STARRETT type 2 level. Body good with 95% japanning. good vials. AV 105 inch scratched into top rail. - Good (ZOM 342) 40-60 Good (ZOM 342) 40 60
6104-047 6104-047 - 24 inch STANLEY No. 36 level. Heavy rib type. Repainted. (black with reddish traces around edges). vials and covers. - Good (ZOM 338) 30-50 Good (ZOM 338) 30 50
6104-048 6104-048 - 24 inch STANLEY No. 36 level. Closed web type. Owners name and date -1941 scratched into one vial cover. - Fine   (ZOM) 70-90 Fine  (ZOM) 70 90
6104-049 6104-049 - 24 inch MILLERS FALLS type 2 level. Lots of toolbox dings and nicks on the rails but the corners are all intact and japanning is original and good. One dry plumb vial. - Good (ZOM 366) 60-80 Good (ZOM 366) 60 80
6104-050 6104-050 - 24 inch MW ROBINSON/DAVIS PATENT. Very clean stock with perfect japanning but both plumb vials dry so - Good- (ZOM 346) 50-70 Good- (ZOM 346) 50 70
6104-051 6104-051 - 24 inch C.E. JENNINGS level. Unusual level in excellent condition.   - Fine (ZOM 378) 100-150 Fine (ZOM 378) 100 150
6104-052 6104-052 - 24 inch KEEN KUTTER K624. - Fine (ZOM 374) 100-150 Fine (ZOM 374) 100 150
6104-053 6104-053 - CLEVELAND STONE CO. grinding wheel.8 inch Diameter. CS Co. inch molded into stand. Surface rust throughout but turns smoothly and looks like you could still use it to sharpen your chisels. - Good (ZOM 564) 40-60 Good (ZOM 564) 40 60
6104-054 6104-054 - Lion Universal Cutter No. 4 inch made by POOTATUCK CORP. of Shelton. Conn. Covered with surface rust but no deep pitting. and the blades still move smoothly and are pretty sharp. Could easily clean up to fine condition. - Good (LEE 786) 80-100 Good (LEE 786) 80 100
6104-055 6104-055 - Mitre Box by E.C. MARSH of Rockford. IL. Patented 8/6/89 and 1/28/90. Light surface rust but in good working order. An unusual mitre box. - Good+ (LEE 800) 150-200 Good+ (LEE 800) 150 200
6104-056 6104-056* - Old handmade axe with 9 inch blade.Very rough and crude head.   - Fair (ZOM 435) 20-30 Fair (ZOM 435) 20 30
6104-057 6104-057* - Felling axe with 8 inch blade marked H. Braco? edge. minimal rust. handle may be replacement.   - Good+ (ZOM 415) 40-60 Good+ (ZOM 415) 40 60
6104-058 6104-058 - Bearded axe with 7 3/4 inch blade. Has a mark but too worn to read. Handle old and could be original. - Good- (ZOM 439) 40-60 Good- (ZOM 439) 40 60
6104-059 6104-059* - Bearded axe with 10 3/4   blade. Marked [H]ultsbruraby inch with trademark including HM and crown in circle. Old handle but very badly fitting and must be replacement. - Fair (ZOM 431) 40-60 Fair (ZOM 431) 40 60
6104-060 6104-060 - Poll adze with 5 inch blade. Mark too worn to read. Old handle. light surface rust only.   - Good (ZOM 419) 40-60 Good (ZOM 419) 40 60
6104-061 6104-061 - 14 1/2 inch turnscrew by WM. JOHNSON of Newark. NJ.Unusual tool by a well-known maker of levels and gauges.   - Fine (SK) 150-250 Fine (SK) 150 250
6104-062 6104-062 - Wire Holder - at least that’s what the tag says. Unsigned. heavy brass head with two set screws. one of which is probably a replacement. attractive 9 inch turned handle. Unusual.     - Good+ (SK) 50-100 Good+ (SK) 50 100
6104-063 6104-063 - Set of four chisels and turning tools. similar in appearance but not matched set. By BUCK BROS.. W. BUTCHER. ESKILSTUNE. and unsigned. and better - Good and better (UNK) 120-220 Good and better (UNK) 120 220
6104-064 6104-064 - English boxwood marking gauge. marked J.H. ELLIS & SON LIMITED SHEFFIELD 1916. Also stamped 113 inch and 573 inch Nice notched wooden thumbscrew - Fine (SK) 100-120 Fine (SK) 100 120
6104-065 6104-065 - Set of three STANLEY marking gauges. Thompson type with brass stem marked patent pending. with mustache and rollers patented 8/5/73. double stem patented 10/22/72. Thompson type fair. other good or better - Good (ZOM 560,556,548) 120-220 Good (ZOM 560,556,548) 120 220
6104-066 6104-066 - Boxwood mortise gauge by E. BRIGGS of Foxboro. MA. Maker’s stamp faint. gauge by an unusual maker P.D. Hoitt inch owners stamp.   - Good+ (ZOM 552) 100-200 Good+ (ZOM 552) 100 200
6104-067 6104-067 - The Acme Handy Mitre Guage inch manufactured by JOS. MIOTKE MFG. of Milwaukee. Pat. Pending. Aluminum. and apparently used to measure mitre angles. A gizmo I’ve never seen before. A little dirty but will clean up well - Fine (VIN 212) 150-250 Fine (VIN 212) 150 250
6104-068 6104-068 - miniature vise/anvil. probably gunmaker. 4 inch x 5 inch. Old - screws look handforged. No chips or breaks. and japanning 75+%. - Fine (LEE 856) 225-325 Fine (LEE 856) 225 325
6104-069 6104-069 - Drawknife with curved blade by WM. GREAVES & SONS of Sheffield.Made of Electro Boracic Steel. inch   - Fine (ZOM 939) 100-200 Fine (ZOM 939) 100 200
6104-070 6104-070 - Straight blade unsigned drawknife.   - Good (ZOM454) 40-60 Good (ZOM454) 40 60
6104-071 6104-071 - MILLERS FALLS No. 1425 eggbeater drill. In immaculate condition. Set of four Stanley reciprocating drill bits in handle. Don’t know why they put reciprocating bits in an eggbeater drill. but there they are. Perfect user.   - Fine (AUZ 16) 60-80 Fine (AUZ 16) 60 80
6104-072 6104-072 - MILLERS FALLS No. 104 eggbeater drill. In very fine condition. Three Stanley reciprocating drill bits in handle. Don’t know why they put reciprocating bits in an eggbeater drill. but there they are. Perfect user.   - Fine (AUZ 16) 60-80 Fine (AUZ 16) 60 80
6104-073 6104-073 - MILLERS FALLS No. 980 two-speed eggbeater drill. In very good condition. One of MF’s larger hand drills. Partially readable MF decal and paint is 80%+. No bit storage in head dates to the 1920s. Perfect for users or MF collectors.   - Good+ (AUZ 16) 90-110 Good+ (AUZ 16) 90 110
6104-074 6104-074 - Older unsigned eggbeater drill.Round brass head. Repaired break in gear. Two-jaw type chuck. Looks like mid-1800s.   - Good- (LEE 867) 60-80 Good- (LEE 867) 60 80
6104-075 6104-075 - Older unsigned eggbeater drill.Solid gear and very heavy-duty construction. Square-head set screw chuck. Excellent example of mid-1800s drill or even earlier.   - Good+ (LEE 868) 100-150 Good+ (LEE 868) 100 150
6104-076 6104-076 - STANLEY No. 41Y Yankee reciprocating drill. Practically brand new except it has only five of the bits. Shiny and perfect.   - Fine (SK) 60-90 Fine (SK) 60 90
6104-077 6104-077 - GOODELL-PRATT reciprocating screw driver. Ratchet mechanism works but feels a little sloppy.   - Good (SMB 48) 40-80 Good (SMB 48) 40 80
6104-078 6104-078 - GOODELL-PRATT Archimedean drill. Chuck patented 8/13/95. Nice smooth action. - Good (SMB 48) 40-80 Good (SMB 48) 40 80
6104-078A 6104-078A - Screwbox for cutting threads in 1 -1/2 inch stock.Unsigned. Old with hand forged thread and square nuts.     - Good (ZOM 452) 40-60 Good (ZOM 452) 40 60
6104-079 6104-079 - 8 inch unmarked tool handle with 9 tools - 4 screwdrivers. gouge. saw. awl. augur. file.   - Good+ (ELM 0018) 90-120 Good+ (ELM 0018) 90 120
6104-080 6104-080 - 4 inch tool handle by J. BRITTON & SON of Stoughton Mass with 11 mixed tools. Name is very faint. old repair and tool is dirty but works.   - Good- (ELM 0018) 80-100 Good- (ELM 0018) 80 100
6104-081 6104-081 - Set of 3 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. tool handles - 18 inch. 16 inch and 15 1/2 inch. Blades all good but handles vary - handle of middle one is particularly rough. to fair (because of handle) - Good- (BHM 281) 80-100 Good- (BHM 281) 80 100
6104-082 6104-082 - Breast drill manufactured by INTERNATIONAL MFG. CO. of Worcester MA. With straight adjustable handle rather than typical crank handle. Marked patent pending and there was a patent. Very rare breast drill in good condition - Good+ (ZOM 412) 450-650 Good+ (ZOM 412) 450 650
6104-083 6104-083 - Hand sickle marked C. LONG. inch Old handle and still darned sharp.   - Good+ (JSW 1) 30-50 Good+ (JSW 1) 30 50
6104-084 6104-084 - COLLINS hand axe. Collins tool label on handle is 70%.   - Good (ZOM 478) 35-50 Good (ZOM 478) 35 50
6104-085 6104-085 - Set of 4 STANLEY aluminum body try squares. From 12 inch to 6 inch.   - Good (ZOM 427) 50-100 Good (ZOM 427) 50 100
6104-086 6104-086* - Unsigned bevel with brass and rosewood handle. Could be English. 5 1/2 handle. 9 inch blade.   - Good- (ZOM 409) 20-40 Good- (ZOM 409) 20 40
6104-087 6104-087* - Set of 3 STANLEY bevels. 8 1/2. 6 1/2 and 5 inch handles. Two rosewood handles with easy grip feature. one older ebony handle without. - Good- (ZOM 464) 30-50 Good- (ZOM 464) 30 50
6104-088 6104-088* - Set of 3 STANLEY bevels. 2 with 8 1/2 inch handles (one ebony. one rosewood). one with 7 1/2 inch - Good- (ZOM 413) 30-50 Good- (ZOM 413) 30 50
6104-089 6104-089 - LUFKIN No. 966 Red End inch folding rule. in original cardboard band. (a little rubbed). together with a used version of the same. - Fine (DUP 195) 30-50 Fine (DUP 195) 30 50
6104-090 6104-090 - LUFKIN No. 966 Red End inch folding rule. in original cardboard band (almost mint). together with a broken and badly worn example of No. X46 - Fine. Poor (DUP 195) 30-50 Fine. Poor (DUP 195) 30 50
6104-091 6104-091 - Interlox model sliding rule by MASTER RULE MFG CO. of NY. Model 106 with black lettering on both sides. A very rare rule in Fine condition. - Fine (DUP 195) 100-150 Fine (DUP 195) 100 150
6104-092 6104-092 - Interlox model sliding rule by MASTER RULE MFG CO. of NY. Model 106 with red lettering on one side. A very rare rule in Fine condition. - Fine (DUP 195) 100-150 Fine (DUP 195) 100 150
6104-093 6104-093* - Set of 3 STANLEY No. 25 bevels. 2 with 7 1/2 inch handles (one with 12 inch blade). one with 5 1/2 inch - Good- (ZOM 468) 30-50 Good- (ZOM 468) 30 50
6104-094 6104-094 - Hand forged blacksmith’s ladle.   - Good+ (DUP 689) 40-60 Good+ (DUP 689) 40 60
6104-095 6104-095 - Hand forged steel paddle?     - Good+ (DUP 696) 40-60 Good+ (DUP 696) 40 60
6104-096 6104-096 - Large semi-circular clamp made by L. PLATE MFG. of Milwaukee. Patented 3/14/12. Part missing. - Fair (DUP 137) 40-60 Fair (DUP 137) 40 60
6104-097 6104-097 - Cast-iron adjustable C clamp with adjustment mechanism patented 12/10/67 (87?) - Good+ (DUP 686) 60-80 Good+ (DUP 686) 60 80
6104-098 6104-098 - Heavy duty meat grinder marked GRISWOLD NO. 1111. Swiss cross trademark. Two extra plates with different size holes. Complete and excellent. - Fine (DUP 690) 80-120 Fine (DUP 690) 80 120
6104-099 6104-099 - Set of two steel C-clamps with 2 1/2 inch jaws by P S & W CO. of Southington. Conn. Patent dates 6/5/88. 7/10/88 and 8/14/88. Very decorative for clamps.   - Fine (DUP) 90-110 Fine (DUP) 90 110
6104-100 6104-100 - Set of three C-clamps with 4 inch jaws. No. 3. Patent dates 1/24/82 and 8/8/82. Ingenious mechanism. - Good (DUP) 60-80 Good (DUP) 60 80
6104-101 6104-101 - BENNETT AND BLOEDEL patent corner bracer manufactured by LMK Machine Company. A rare brace. but pretty beat up and with a replacement handle.   - Fair (LEE852) 40-60 Fair (LEE852) 40 60
6104-102 6104-102 - Steel brace with Taylor-type huck. Unmarked. Head a little wobbly but otherwise. - Good (DUP 691) 50-80 Good (DUP 691) 50 80
6104-103 6104-103 - Wire twister. These turn up occasionally and are usually taken for a type of brace. but were actually used to twist baling wire. Different. Works smoothly.   - Good+ (ZOM 519) 60-80 Good+ (ZOM 519) 60 80
6104-104 6104-104 - Brace with 7 inch sweep and patented clamshell inch chuck. No manufacturer marked but stamped No. 7. inch   Uncommon patented chuck in unusual size and works smoothly.   - Good+ (ZOM 515) 80-100 Good+ (ZOM 515) 80 100
6104-105 6104-105 - STANLEY No. 616 brace with 6 inch sweep. Unusual size and works smoothly.   - Good (ZOM 483) 60-80 Good (ZOM 483) 60 80
6104-106 6104-106 - BLUE GRASS No. T-BG7710 brace with blue permaloid handle and head (with scratches). Lever-controlled ratchet mechanism and 10 inch sweep. Unusual and attractive especially if blue is your color. - Good+   (ZOM 511) 100-140 Good+  (ZOM 511) 100 140
6104-107 6104-107 - Nickel-plated brace like a surgeons or trepanning brace but heavier duty than most. No mark. Square tang chuck with set screw. 8 inch sweep. All joints tight and smooth.     - Good+   (ZOM 356) 80-100 Good+  (ZOM 356) 80 100
6104-108 6104-108 - VICTOR NO. 965 BRACE with permenently installed extension with u-joint chuck. Ratchet. 10 inch sweep. Very unusual configuration and works smoothly.   - Good+   (ALL 2) 90-110 Good+  (ALL 2) 90 110
6104-109 6104-109 - GOODELL-PRATT No. 52 corner brace. G-P made three of these in different lengths and this is the longest. Ratchet mechanism needs repair. An uncommon brace but you’ll have to fix the ratchet to use it.   - Good- (ZOM 531) 50-80 Good- (ZOM 531) 50 80
6104-110 6104-110 - Side axe for squaring timbers. Makers mark too worn to read but it also reads electro boracic steel. 11 inch blade. Handle looks original   - Good (LEE 863) 60-80 Good (LEE 863) 60 80
6104-111 6104-111 - CHENEY patented nail-holding hammer. Lots of toolbox dings but handle looks original and nail-holding ball bearings are present and working   - Good (ZOM 558) 50-80 Good (ZOM 558) 50 80
6104-112 6104-112 - Old hammer with handforged head. Long square peen and long delicate unbroken claws. Old handle. A pretty example of an old hammer.   - Good+     (ZOM 486) 50-80 Good+  (ZOM 486) 50 80
6104-113 6104-113 - Unmarked hammer with heavy head with faces that slope in opposite directions. Think these were used by smiths. Replaced handle.   - Good (ZOM 490) 40-60 Good (ZOM 490) 40 60
6104-114 6104-114* - Handforged adze with very old and worn handle. Covered with surface rust but sound. A primitive tool.     - Fair (ZOM 491) 20-40 Fair (ZOM 491) 20 40
6104-115 6104-115 - Nice strapped hand axe with sharpened spike. Handle looks original.   - Good (ZOM 487) 50-80 Good (ZOM 487) 50 80
6104-116 6104-116 - Set of 2 KEEN KUTTER hammers. Framing hammer with mark stamped into head. brass-headed nonsparking hammer with decal -80% on original handle. - Good and better (ZOM 502) 50-70 Good and better (ZOM 502) 50 70
6104-117 6104-117 - Unmarked hammer with octagonal poll and adze head. Handle looks original.   - Good- (ZOM 514) 40-60 Good- (ZOM 514) 40 60
6104-118 6104-118* - Set of 3 hammers. Unmarked small framing hammer. older small hammer with handforged head and screw repairing handle. cast iron nail puller. - Good- (PRH 15) 20-40 Good- (PRH 15) 20 40
6104-119 6104-119 - Old primitive brace. 2 old iron strap repairs. Great smooth working head.Square chuck that looks like pewter. with hold for missing thumbscrew. Great patination and good example of primitive brace.   - Good+ (ZOM 388 ) 75-125 Good+ (ZOM 388 ) 75 125
6104-120 6104-120 - Even older primitive brace. Iron hoop around rear crank and chuck. Smooth working head. Square opening for bit. much eroded. Great patination and good example of primitive brace - Fair (ZOM 440 ) 40-60 Fair (ZOM 440 ) 40 60
6104-121 6104-121 - Primitive pad style brace with single pad with spoon bit.Could be chairmaker’s brace.Dark wood - maybe fruitwood. Smooth working head. Some damage to head but otherwise in good shape with no repairs or breaks. Great patination and a great example of user made pad brace.   - Good+ (ZOM 328 ) 100-150 Good+ (ZOM 328 ) 100 150
6104-122 6104-122 - Unsigned sheffield-style unplated brace. Single pad with spoon augur bit. held in place by original handcarved wooden thumbscrew. Smooth working head. No breaks or damage. Great patination and a fabulous early brace.   - Good+ (ZOM 368 ) 150-250 Good+ (ZOM 368 ) 150 250
6104-123 6104-123 - English boatsway style brace. Long head with iron pivot that works very well. Split in chuck mended with old pewter. and cast iron ring around square chuck hole. Great patination.     - Good (ZOM 448) 80-120 Good (ZOM 448) 80 120
6104-124 6104-124 - ROBERT MARPLES plated sheffield-style beech brace. so marked on chuck. Head works smoothly with slight looseness. no breaks or repairs. Brass plating and screws all original and unpolished. Great example of the pre-Ultimatum style Marples plated brace.     - Fine (RCM 162) 350-450 Fine (RCM 162) 350 450
6104-125 6104-125 - TILLOTSON unplated Sheffield-style pushbutton style brace. Very tight and smooth head. no breaks or repairs. Great example of Tillotson brace.   - Fine (ZOM 360) 350-450 Fine (ZOM 360) 350 450
6104-126 6104-126 - Two-bar cagehead blacksmith made brace. Single friction-fit (loosely). hand forged augur bit. No breaks or repairs. smooth working head. great patination. - Fine   (ZOM 416) 75-125 Fine  (ZOM 416) 75 125
6104-127 6104-127 - STANLEY No. 5-1/2 jack plane. Bailey is cast into the bed. and Stanley is marked on the adjustment lever. Very light surface rust. japanning 95+%. Rosewood tote and knob are fine.   - Fine   (EW0364) 125-225 Fine  (EW0364) 125 225
6104-128 6104-128 - STANLEY No. 5-1/2 jack plane with corrugated sole. Bailey is cast into the bed. and Stanley is marked on the adjustment lever. Light surface rust. japanning 85+%. Rosewood tote and knob grungy but undamaged.     - Good+ (PFF o899) 75-150 Good+ (PFF o899) 75 150
6104-129 6104-129 - STANLEY No. 78 Duplex Rabbet & Fillester Plane. Marked with 6-7-10 patent but no adjustment lever which dates it to 1910-25. No fence. depth stop. one cutterGrungy and light surface rust but no breaks or repairs. - Good-   (PFF 2075) 50-85 Good-  (PFF 2075) 50 85
6104-130 6104-130 - STANLEY No. 8 WW2-era jointer plane with smooth sole. Bailey is cast into the bed. and square notched orange Stanley TM on lever cap. Japanning. tote and knob just about perfect.   - Fine (FRN 2) 75-150 Fine (FRN 2) 75 150
6104-131 6104-131 - STANLEY No. 8 WW2-era jointer plane with corrugated sole. Bailey is cast into the bed. and square notched orange Stanley TM on lever cap. Japanning and nickel plating just about perfect. Only thing keeping this from fine is worn black paint on tote and know.   - Good+ (FRN 1) 75-150 Good+ (FRN 1) 75 150
6104-132 6104-132 - STANLEY BED ROCK No. 605 jack plane. Squared off sides and notched trademark so later model. Moderate surface rust. japanning good. repaired break in tote. - Good (PFF0726) 50-100 Good (PFF0726) 50 100
6104-133 6104-133 - STANLEY BED ROCK No. 605 jack plane. Same model and similar condition to 132. Small chip but no break in tote. - Good (PFF0727) 50-100 Good (PFF0727) 50 100
6104-134 6104-134 - STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Surface pitting throughout and chip from edge of tote.   - Good- (PFF0691) 40-75 Good- (PFF0691) 40 75
6104-135 6104-135 - STANLEY No. 192 rabbet plane. Notched trademark. Depth stop and nicker present. Some light surface rust. japanning good.   - Good- (PFF0720) 25-75 Good- (PFF0720) 25 75
6104-136 6104-136 - STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Type 4 (1900-06). First model with standard Bailey-type frog. Moderate surface rust. japannng 50% (mostly worn off knob). - Good (SSG 21) 75-175 Good (SSG 21) 75 175
6104-137 6104-137 - STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Type 1 (1877-80) but with type 2 style cutter. which has been seen in later Type 1s. Ornate casting on front knob and cap screw is worn but clearly readable. Light surface rust. japannng 80%. - Good+ (SSG 21) 250-450 Good+ (SSG 21) 250 450
6104-138 6104-138 - STANLEY No. 5 1/2 jack plane. Bailey and Made in USA cast in bed. Notched trademark. W (or maybe M) carved in top of tote. Moderate surface rust. japannng OK. worn black paint on knob and tote. - Good (FRN 32) 75-125 Good (FRN 32) 75 125
6104-139 6104-139 - STANLEY No. 5 1/2 C corrugated sole jack plane. Bailey cast in bed. triangular trademark on cutter. Japanning. nickel and wood all immaculate.   - Fine (FRN 31) 100-150 Fine (FRN 31) 100 150
6104-140 6104-140 - STANLEY No. 10 carriagemakers rabbet plane. Type T trademark dates it to early 1900s. In immaculate condition with none of the hairline cracks that plagued these planes. Only a slight loss of japannng at heel and toe keeps this from being mint.   - Fine (FRN 46) 150-300 Fine (FRN 46) 150 300
6104-141 6104-141 - STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane. Notched sweetheart trademark dates it to 1920s. Japanning. tote and knob almost perfect.   - Fine (FRN 37) 75-125 Fine (FRN 37) 75 125
6104-142 6104-142 - STANLEY No. 10 1/2 carriagemakers rabbet plane. Adjustable throat indicates type 1. but v-type trademark on cutter would date it to early 1900s. Maybe a replacement cutter? No hairline cracks. very slight surface pitting. small chip from end of tote.   - Fine (FRN 38) 200-400 Fine (FRN 38) 200 400
6104-143 6104-143 - STANLEY No. 7 jointer plane. Bailey and Made in USA cast in bed. Notched trademark. japannng 98%.   - Good+ (FRN 3) 75-125 Good+ (FRN 3) 75 125
6104-144 6104-144 - STANLEY No. 7C jointer plane with corrugated sole. Bailey and Made in USA cast in bed. Notched orange trademark on lever cap. japannng 98%. Tote a little worn but no big chips.     - Good+ (FRN 4) 75-125 Good+ (FRN 4) 75 125
6104-145 6104-145 - STANLEY BED ROCK No. 606 fore plane. Rounded sides. trademark on level cap and lower knob all indicate pre-1900 type. Japanning 90+%. tote a little worn but no chips.   - Good+ (FRN 35) 100-250 Good+ (FRN 35) 100 250
6104-146 6104-146 - STANLEY No. 5 1/4 C junior jack inch plane with corrugated sole. The corrugated version of this popular plane is relatively scarce. Bailey and Made in USA cast in bed. Notched trademark. Japannng 80%. very light pitting.   - Good (FRN 330) 200-300 Good (FRN 330) 200 300
6104-147 6104-147 - STANLEY smoothing plane marked C556. inch Size of a No. 4. with notched yellow trademark. Reddish-brown japanning. Dykstra inch etched into edge of bed. Adjustment lever made of stamped rather than cast metal.   - Good+ (FRN 54) 75-125 Good+ (FRN 54) 75 125
6104-148 6104-148 - STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Bailey and three patent dates cast in bed. triangular trademark on iron. Japannng. metal surfaces. knob and tote all good.   - Good+ (FRN 55) 50-100 Good+ (FRN 55) 50 100
6104-149 6104-149 - STANLEY No. 191 rabbet plane. Notched sweetheart trademark. Casting corrugations are extra-crisp. japanning perfecting. metal surfaces clean.     - Fine (FRN 36) 25-75 Fine (FRN 36) 25 75
6104-150 6104-150 - STANLEY No. 82 cabinet scraper. Dirty and japanning about 75% but all there and functional.   - Good (FRN 43) 20-60 Good (FRN 43) 20 60
6104-151 6104-151 - Unsigned rasp holder. Made of heavy cast aluminum. with an ingenious turnbuckle mechanism for tightening. Don’t know who made it but it seems workable. Complete with five basically unused rasps.   - Good+ (FRN ALL 6) 40-60 Good+ (FRN ALL 6) 40 60
6104-152 6104-152 - 24 inch cast iron jointer plane with corrugated bed - not grooved like the Stanley planes but with the corrugations cast into the bed. For some reason has a level vial mounted just in front of the blade. Two holes in the bed behind the tote that look like part of the casting. Pretty sure its a patent but don’t know by whom   Dirty but complete and undamaged. Rare. - Fine (NW 114) 100-200 Fine (NW 114) 100 200
6104-153 6104-153 - ***patent plow plane. These came in sets with dozens of fences and blades so consider this a starter set. Looks like one bolt replaced but otherwise complete and in excellent condition. Rare. - Fine (NW 115) 100-200 Fine (NW 115) 100 200
6104-154 6104-154 - STANLEY No. 11 beltmakers plane. Triangular trademark on cutter.   amount of surface rust. particularly on blade. japannng about 60%. Maple handle with some minor scratches and dings but nothing serious. Uncommon plane - (LEE 843) 100-200 (LEE 843) 100 200
6104-155 6104-155 - STANLEY No. 41/2 C smoothing plane with corrugated sole. Bailey and Made in USA cast in bed. Notched orange trademark on lever cap. Japannng. metal surfaces. knob and tote all good.   - Good+ (FRN 28) 50-125 Good+ (FRN 28) 50 125
6104-156 6104-156 - STANLEY No. A5 aluminum body jack plane. Between 1925 and 1935 Stanley had the bright idea of making its line of Bailey-type planes with aluminum bodies to make them lighter and easier to handle. Unfortunately they also scratched very easily and oxidizes. leaving black streaks on the wood. They’re scarce. and this is a nice example with only very minor scratching on the bed and a 75% decal on the tote. Owner’s initials GP inch etched in side.     - Good+ (FRN 26 ) 100-300 Good+ (FRN 26 ) 100 300
6104-157 6104-157* - 18 inch BIRMINGHAM cast iron jack plane body. Mi*sing cutter and adjustment - just the body and lever cap. What’s there is good but it ain’t all there.   - Poor (NW 116) 20-40 Poor (NW 116) 20 40
6104-158 6104-158 - OHIO TOOL CO. Thistle Brand No. 03 corrugated sole smoothing plane with 8 3/4 inch sole. One of the many imitators of the Bailey design. Marked patent applied for inch but don’t know if a patent was issued. The throat has been enlarged. and there is a major chip on the knob. otherwise in good shape. or fair depending on how you feel about the throat. Uncommon plane. - Good- (PFF0831) 50-100 Good- (PFF0831) 50 100
6104-159 6104-159 - Fillester or rabbeting plane. Looks European. with black-painted wooden body and unusual elaborate mechanism for holding and adjusting the cutter. Unfortunately knobs or arms on reverse have broken off. so you would need to figure out what to replace them with unless you just want it for the cutter mechanism.   - Poor (NW 113) 40-80 Poor (NW 113) 40 80
6104-160 6104-160 - STANLEY No. 79 side rabbet plane. Probably Type 1. definitely early type. Like it just came out of the box.   - Fine (FRN 44) 75-150 Fine (FRN 44) 75 150
6104-161 6104-161 - STANLEY No. 200 cutter and chisel grinder with adjustable angle. Nickel-plated version.Like it just came out of the box.   - Fine (FRN 10) 50-125 Fine (FRN 10) 50 125
6104-162 6104-162 - SIEGLEY No. 7 22 inch jointer plane. Light surface rust. japanning immaculate. An unusual jointer for the Siegley enthusiast who has everything.   - Good+ (ZOM 343) 100-300 Good+ (ZOM 343) 100 300
6104-163 6104-163 - STANLEY No. 55 universal combination plane. As far as I can tell it has all its parts. including the often missing auxiliary bottom. short rods. and cam stop. It only has one of the small nickers - not sure if it was supposed to have two. I suspected the fixed fence may be from a different plane based on the appearance of the wood. Regular cutter set in original box (repaired with tape) Overall condition is very good to fine with almost no rust of flaking of the nickel plating. In user-made wooden box (not shown). - Good+ (MEE 72) 350-700 Good+ (MEE 72) 350 700
6104-164 6104-164 - STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Only missing parts appears to be the cam rest and screwdriver. Original set of 22 cutters dates it from 1921. cutters are in original boxes - the decals from the boxes are present but have come off and are very fragile. Original instruction manual is worn but complete and readable. Overall condition is good to good - with moderate rusting and flaking of the nickel plating on some parts. one match cutter is particularly rusty. No box.   - Good (LEE 794) 150-300 Good (LEE 794) 150 300
6104-165 6104-165 - STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 15.Only missing parts appears to be the screwdriver and two of the plow cutters (1/8 inch and 3/4 inch). Remaining cutters are sharp and immaculate in side compartment of original hinged box with mostly missing decal (not shown). Condition is good+ throughout with almost no rust or nickel flaking. Original instruction manual in almost new condition. A very nice later model 45. - Good+ (EW0718) 300-500 Good+ (EW0718) 300 500
6104-166 6104-166 - STANLEY No. 55 universal combination plane. Appears to be complete with all parts including original set of cutters in the original wooden boxes with decals mostly intact. In original sliding top wooden box with 75% decal intact. (not shown) Overall condition is good to good+ with light to moderate surface rust and minimal flaking of the nickel plating.   - Good+ (LEE 865) 350-700 Good+ (LEE 865) 350 700
6104-167 6104-167 - Lot of 4 four-fold STANLEY boxwood bound rules. A rare metric 62. plus 2 72 1/2s. one of which is also stamped 73 1/2 which appears to be an error. and a 32 1/2 with caliper. All with light to moderate staining. tight joints. pins present.   - Good (ML 7) 200-350 Good (ML 7) 200 350
6104-168 6104-168 - Mixed lot of 5 STANLEY boxwood rules. 2 unbound No. 7 blindman inch rules with extra large figures. one very clean and also stamped 70E. the other pretty grubby. 36 1/2 caliper. 32 1/2 bound four-fold. 60 bound fourfold. All with light to moderate staining. tight joints. one pin missing on 32 1/2. - Good (LEE 316) 100-150 Good (LEE 316) 100 150
6104-169 6104-169 - Mixed lot of 4 STANLEY   rules. Scarce No. 31 shrinkage rule. worn with staining around hinges and owners marks. also No. 17 blacksmith’s brass rule (I think Type 1). No. 32 caliper (very clean). No. 69 carpenters. All with light to moderate staining. tight joints. pins. - Good (LE 367) 150-200 Good (LE 367) 150 200
6104-170 6104-170 - Scarce LUFKIN No. 882 four-fold rule with both English and metric measurements. with a mixed lot of 4 STANLEY four-fold carpenter rules: 66 (very loose hinges). 70 (very clean). 72 and 73. except as noted. - Good (LEE 365) 150-200 Good (LEE 365) 150 200
6104-171 6104-171 - Lot of 2 STEPHENS and CHAPIN-STEPHENS rules. Mint CS Co. No. 63 unbound four-fold rule and well-used Stephens two-fold bound rule with slider and numerous scales. - (LEE 364) 75-125 (LEE 364) 75 125
6104-172 6104-172 - Almost mint RABONE #1190 four-fold rule with integral level. Wood is crisp and minty. slight tarnish on the brass   - Fine (KC 222) 150-200 Fine (KC 222) 150 200
6104-173 6104-173 - Mixed lot of rules. STANLEY 61 1/2 and 62 1/2. C-S & CO No. 65. and a 7 inch nonfading advertising rule   - (KC 223) 75-125 (KC 223) 75 125
6104-174 6104-174 - 16 inch spar or mast plane with shallow concave bed and cutter. User stamped A. Furber on toe. Cutter marked Humphreysville Mfg. inch. some surface rust but good edge. Big chip out of tote. Attractive plane likely made by a shipwright.   - Good (KSK 3) 30-50 Good (KSK 3) 30 50
6104-175 6104-175 - ULMIA smoothing plane with adjustable throat.8-1/2 inch. hardwood sole. Wood good. japanning 90%. very nice clean cutter.   - Good (KSK 3) 50-80 Good (KSK 3) 50 80
6104-176 6104-176 - Double-iron nosing plane (1 1/4 inch diameter) by JF & GH LINDSEY of Huntingdon. MA. Crisp and clean. original wedges. - Good+ (KSK 3) 30-50 Good+ (KSK 3) 30 50
6104-177 6104-177 - STANLEY No. 26 transitional jack plane. Wooden part are good. some light surface rust. japannng 90%.     - Good (ZOM 363) 30-50 Good (ZOM 363) 30 50
6104-178 6104-178 - AUBURN TOOL CO. moving fillester plane. Boxed. one nicker brass depth stop. Very clean wood and cutter.   - Good+ (DUP 516) 40-60 Good+ (DUP 516) 40 60
6104-179 6104-179 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 149 dado plane. Skewed cutter two nicker.1-1/2 inch wide. Some light dings on wood.   - Good (BMH 134) 30-50 Good (BMH 134) 30 50
6104-180 6104-180 - Pair of SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 149 dado planes. Skewed cutter two nickers.2 inch and 1-1/2 inch wide. Some rust and dings and scratches on wood.   - Good (BMH 138) 40-80 Good (BMH 138) 40 80
6104-181 6104-181 - 14 inch coopers draw knife. blade marked T & T.J. WHITE. Buffalo NY. inch Also marked 5 1.2 inch which is the width of the cutting edge. Heavy duty. blade and wood both good. - Good (ZOM 522) 30-50 Good (ZOM 522) 30 50
6104-182 6104-182 - DUNLAP TOOL CO. folding handle draw knife. Straight 8 inch edge. Heavy duty. blade and wood both good.   - Good (ALL 5) 30-50 Good (ALL 5) 30 50
6104-183 6104-183 - Old unmarked spoke shave. 17 inch overall. Cast iron blade holder with what looks like forged thumbscrews. Nice grain on handles. maybe oak.   - Good (Kahler) 40-70 Good (Kahler) 40 70
6104-184 6104-184 - Scorp or coopers draw knife. there’s a name cast into the blade but I can’t read it and it looks backwards (?). Blade is 4 inch across. - Good (Kahler) 30-50 Good (Kahler) 30 50
6104-185 6104-185 - Old cooper’s chamfer knife. Unsigned. 5 inch blade. Looks handforged and nice old oak handle   Blade a little wavy by sharp.     - Good (ZOM 480) 30-50 Good (ZOM 480) 30 50
6104-186 6104-186 - Nice old decorative user made router with lots of inlay. Heart and initial F (with period) look like bone. Fred inch and another F inch look like pewter (d inch mostly missing). Looks like hand-cast blade and large square note. both rusty. D shape is irregular and clearly cut by hand. Definitely a primitive. but for what it is... - Good. (OTR-101) 60-80 Good. (OTR-101) 60 80
6104-187 6104-187 - Set of 2 STANLEY No. 71 routers. Type 4 - first type with open throat. and Type 5 - included a throat closing attachment (missing the foot inch at the bottom).Both very clean with nickel plating intact throughout. - Good (EW 0037) 80-150 Good (EW 0037) 80 150
6104-188 6104-188 - Set of 2 STANLEY No. 71 routers. Types 1 and 3. Type 1 has some light surface rust. Type 3 was the first nickel-plated model and is very nice. - Good+ (EW 0038) 150-225 Good+ (EW 0038) 150 225
6104-189 6104-189 - Very nice D-router with two layers of wood - rosewood on top and boxwood on the bottom. I’ve seen this in transitional bench planes but never in a router. Unsigned but stamped with owner’s name in three places. Well made and feels good in the hand.     - Good+ (LEE 838) 100-200 Good+ (LEE 838) 100 200
6104-190 6104-190 - Old cooper’s chamfer knife. Unsigned.6 inch blade. Very heavy duty. blade edge chipped.   - Good- (PFF 0145) 30-50 Good- (PFF 0145) 30 50
6104-191 6104-191 - BLACKHAWK NO. 151 wrench handle. Head opens to accept different size square tangs.   - Good (ALL 6) 40-60 Good (ALL 6) 40 60
6104-192 6104-192 - Set of 13 RUSSELL JENNINGS screw augur bits in original box. old split repaired but solid. All but two bit signed Jennings. one Swann and one Irwin. All clean. sharp and ready to use.   - Good+ (M&C 211) 60-100 Good+ (M&C 211) 60 100
6104-193 6104-193 - Pair of unsigned Sheffield-type pushbutton braces. Heads loose and one chipped.   - Fair (ZOM 420) 50-80 Fair (ZOM 420) 50 80
6104-194 6104-194 - Large unsigned wooden brace. probably chairmaker. Rectangular hole through head for pads with hand-carved thumbscrew. Head is tight and works well. There could be a missing iron ring around the end of the chuck. A nice primitive brace. - Good (ZOM 432) 50-80 Good (ZOM 432) 50 80
6104-195 6104-195 - Large cooper’s brace made by BLIGH of Whitechapel. London. Bligh was a maker and dealer in cooper’s tools from 1840-1870. Foxed spoon bit (very rusty). Large smooth working head with a large split in it. Nice example of older cooper’s brace. - Good (ZOM 436) 50-80 Good (ZOM 436) 50 80
6104-196 6104-196 - Pair of unsigned Sheffield-type pushbutton braces. One is worn and has a loose-fitting solid brass head. the other has a smooth working wooden (maybe lignum) head. - Good-   (ZOM 400& 428) 80-120 Good- (ZOM 400& 428) 80 120
6104-197 6104-197 - 18 inch brass backed mitre saw by J. GREEN & SONS. 1/2 inch chip out of blade. Small chips out of upper tang of handle. - Good-   (SSG 57) 30-50 Good- (SSG 57) 30 50
6104-198 6104-198 - Super rare E.C. ATKINS Silver Steel inch 14 inch brass backed saw. Blade has been sharpened down to 2 inch. Handle scratched and dirty but no major damage. Owner’s marks. There are only a handful of Atkins brassbacks known.   - Good (WOL 11) 150-300 Good (WOL 11) 150 300
6104-199 6104-199 - SYKES & CO. 16 inch steel backed dovetail saw. Small chips out of upper and lower tangs of handle. London pattern handle and spit nuts. Sykes worked in Sheffield circa 1825. A very old and uncommon saw. - Good ( JSW 7) 60-80 Good ( JSW 7) 60 80
6104-200 6104-200 - GEO. H. BISHOP Speed Ease inch No. 7 6 1/2 point rip saw. legible etching on blade. Handle scratched but no chips. - Good (**) 30-50 Good (**) 30 50
6104-201 6104-201 - 14 inch steel back saw by SPEAR & JACKSON. Surface rust and dirty. small chips out of both tangs of handle. Split nuts and early hooked handle. - Good- (THF 206) 30-50 Good- (THF 206) 30 50
6104-202 6104-202 - E.C. ATKINS Silver Steel 26 inch 9 tps saw. Etchings faint but just readable. Rosewood handle and medallion very good.   - Good+ (DUP 466) 40-60 Good+ (DUP 466) 40 60
6104-203 6104-203 - STANLEY NO.130 double-end block plane. Later type. cutter with notched trademark. Japanning worn off knob.     - Good (FRN 17) 35-75 Good (FRN 17) 35 75
6104-204 6104-204 - STANLEY NO. 9 1/2 block plane with adjustable throat. WWII era. Very clean example with sharp clean cutter. About 50% of Japanning worn off knob.   - Good+ (FRN 17) 20-40 Good+ (FRN 17) 20 40
6104-205 6104-205 - STANLEY NO. 110 block plane. Probably Type 6 (1888-1906) cutter with J-type trademark. Japanning worn off knob. - Good (FRN 17) 35-75 Good (FRN 17) 35 75
6104-206 6104-206 - STANLEY block plane. Later model with G12-220 in side of sole and plastic knob. Stanley trademark detail starting to peel off but still all there. A very clean example of a later plane. - Good+   (FRN 17) 35-75 Good+  (FRN 17) 35 75
6104-207 6104-207* - STANLEY NO.220 block plane. Hardwood knob so after 1947. Extremely clean example.   - Good+     (FRN 17) 20-50 Good+  (FRN 17) 20 50
6104-208 6104-208 - STANLEY NO. 110 block plane. Early 20th century. cutter with notched sweetheart trademark. Moderate loss of Japanning. Very clean example.   - Good+   (FRN 17) 30-50 Good+  (FRN 17) 30 50
6104-209 6104-209 - STANLEY NO. 120 block plane. Probably Type 6 (1888-1906). cutter with J-type trademark. Some wear to sole and throat. some loss of japanning. - Good (FRN 17) 35-75 Good (FRN 17) 35 75
6104-210 6104-210 - STANLEY NO. 60 1/2 low angle block plane with adjustable throat. Later type with hand-y inch groove and model number in side. Exceptionally clean with very minimal loss of japanning   - (FRN 17) 35-75 (FRN 17) 35 75
6104-211 6104-211 - STANLEY NO. 103 block plane. Japanned with notched sweetheart TM on cutter so early 20th century. Japanning mostly worn off knob.   - Good (FRN 17) 25-65 Good (FRN 17) 25 65
6104-212 6104-212 - STANLEY No. 140 rabbet and block plane. Skewed cutter and right side can be removed to convert it to a rabbet plane. Notched sweetheart TM on cutter. nickel plating on knob worn. One of Stanley’s weirder ideas and an unusual block plane.   - Good (FRN 11) 75-125 Good (FRN 11) 75 125
6104-213 6104-213 - STANLEY No. 18 knuckle-joint block plane with adjustable throat. Notched sweetheart trademark. Minimal loss of nickel plating. A very clean example.   - Good+ (FRN 14) 35-85 Good+ (FRN 14) 35 85
6104-214 6104-214 - STANLEY No. 118 block plane. Stamped steel frame. Stanley advertised this as unbreakable for school shop classes. May not be unbreakable. but this one has survived in good condition. Very minimal japanning loss.   - Good+ (FRN 13) 20-50 Good+ (FRN 13) 20 50
6104-215 6104-215 - Extra clean and minty STANLEY No. 4C corrugated sole smoothing plane. Later model.   - Fine (FRN 19) 80-150 Fine (FRN 19) 80 150
6104-216 6104-216 - STANLEY NO.90 bull-nose rabbet plane. Patent dates but no trademark on cutter so fairly early model. Major loss of nickel plating.   - Good- (FRN 12) 50-125 Good- (FRN 12) 50 125
6104-217 6104-217 - Extra clean and minty STANLEY No. 4 smoothing plane. Same vintage and condition as #215 but with smooth sole.   - Fine (FRN 19) 80-150 Fine (FRN 19) 80 150
6104-218 6104-218 - STANLEY No. 81 rosewood sole cabinet scraper.1940s era. Notched trademark. Japanning so good you’d suspect it was never used. but the sole has scratches from use.   - Fine (FRN 15) 50-125 Fine (FRN 15) 50 125
6104-219 6104-219 - STANLEY No. 80 iron sole cabinet scraper. Sweetheart trademark. Very light surface oxidation on scraper blade and nickel plated parts. japanning almost perfect.   - Good+ (FRN 15) 20-60 Good+ (FRN 15) 20 60
6104-220 6104-220 - STEARNS patented V-block hollow augur. Japanning is 90%. good sharp blade and clean frame. but as is often the case the depth stop is MIA.   - Good (DUP 676) 40-60 Good (DUP 676) 40 60
6104-221 6104-221 - Unsigned soldered tin grease gun with a removable plunger that slides inside a sleeve. Its tight now but would presumable work better if filled with grease. Well made and unusual. Unsigned.   - Good+ (DUP 675) 30-60 Good+ (DUP 675) 30 60
6104-222 6104-222 - Unsigned ice tongs. probably made by a blacksmith. A clever linkage forms a handle for easier carrying. Riveted joints. Light surfacing pitting throughout. An unusual variation on a common tool.   - Good+ (DUP 684) 50-70 Good+ (DUP 684) 50 70
6104-223 6104-223 - A fold-down seat. possibly for milking. Mounted to the wall. the spring keeps in upright and out of the way until you fold it down to sit on. The spring is powerful and you would need to use care in rising. Made by the CHICAGO HARDWARE FOUNDRY COMPANY   of North Chicago. and marked patent applied for. Very unusual.   - Good+ (DUP 692) 70-90 Good+ (DUP 692) 70 90
6104-224 6104-224 - A pair of shears or tinsnips by BOURBON AND BALL. made of sheet metal with a spring handle. Lavishly marked - Messrs. Bourbon and Ball marked it with two trademarks. a crown with Pat. No. 204 inch under it. and an axes on the opposite side of the blade. Also marked made in England inch and Hinds Ready for Use. inch Very light surface rust in spots but you could shave with the edge. Unusual.   - Good+ (DUP 683) 50-70 Good+ (DUP 683) 50 70
6104-225 6104-225 - A pair of large gimlets with blacksmith made blades. One clearly has a handmade handle. held on by an old cut nail. the other handle looks manufactured and has an F & M inch mark stamped on it.   - Good (DUP 681) 40-60 Good (DUP 681) 40 60
6104-226 6104-226 - Unsigned scraper with heavy forged blade and what looks like a manufactured handle Surface rust on the blade but no major chips out of the edge. - Good (DUP 678) 40-60 Good (DUP 678) 40 60
6104-227 6104-227 - 28 inch aluminum level. patented by EMIL MARX of Royal Center. IN. and manufactured by the Royal Mfg. Co. A good example of the second patent by the Hoosier’s state’s premier level manufacturer. Clearly marked with the March 19. 1918 patent date. Hang hold and light aluminum oxidation. otherwise in fine condition. A very uncommon level.   - Good+ (OTR-102) 120-220 Good+ (OTR-102) 120 220
6104-228 6104-228 - 6 inch triangular sheet metal machinist’s shafting level. I’ve seen these stamped Ace inch but this one is unmarked. The metal has a lot of some tar-like substance. Vial is good. An uncommon level. but in only fair condition unless you want to take the time to clean it up.   - Fair (OTR-103) 10-20 Fair (OTR-103) 10 20
6104-229 6104-229 - 12 inch FITCHBURG level based on Edward Webb’s 1886 patent. One of the most graphic and uncommon of the cast-iron levels. Unmarked as most are. All three vials are good. Two hairline cracks in the top rail around the vial opening. clean example of a rare level. - Good (OTR-104) 125-250 Good (OTR-104) 125 250
6104-230 6104-230 - Two examples of the combined bevel and square manufactured by CROOKSTON MFG. CO. of Crookston. MN. and based on the 1909 patent of a good Minnesota Swede named Oscar Osmonson. The one on the left is in immaculate condition except for some very minor surface corrosion in spots. the one on the right is missing a knob and has some heavy corrosion. Photocopy of the original manual included.   - Good+ (OTR-105) 100-140 Good+ (OTR-105) 100 140
6104-231 6104-231 - TRU-PITCH level manufactured by DREIER BROS. of Chicago. with adjustable inclinometer. Marked Manufactured for the Pipe Trades inch and often referred to as a plumber’s level. Instruction decal is 80% and fully readable. - Good (OTR-106) 80-120 Good (OTR-106) 80 120
6104-232 6104-232 - Unsigned screw-arm handled plow plane. Dirty and toolbox dings but the screws are almost completely intact and no major chips. Iron is rusty and dull. - Good (OTR-107) 60-100 Good (OTR-107) 60 100
6104-233 6104-233 - UNIVERSAL check protector by Universal Mfg. Co. of Boston. Used by banks back in the day to mark signatures are prevent forgery. Paint is 75% but nickel plate nice and shiny.   - Good (OTR-108) 75-100 Good (OTR-108) 75 100
6104-234 6104-234 - Wedge-arm unhandled   boxwood plow plane by NATHANIEL SPAULDING of McLean. NY. Spaulding worked in McLean from 1824-50 and at his peak was producing 200 planes a year. Type A mark. Very clean but the arm wedges look like replacements. Nice shiny sharp Philip Law cutter.   - Good+ (OTR-109) 125-175 Good+ (OTR-109) 125 175
6104-235 6104-235 - QUIMBY S. BACKUS No. 2   combination ratcheting brace-drill. incorporating Backus’ own 1880 chuck patent and Seymour Bostwick’s patent for the brace/drill combination. Produced as part of Backus’ ongoing wars with the Millers Falls Company. and marked Q.S. Backus. sole manufacturer. A nice clean example of a very uncommon brace. ready to use or hang on the wall.   - Good+ (OTR-110) 100-200 Good+ (OTR-110) 100 200
6104-236 6104-236 - Riveting tool manufactured by SHEEHAN MFG of Salem. OR. and patented 12/14/97 by WJ Ball of that city. Designed to cold rivet sheets of metal. A heft piece of cast iron and an unusual patented tool. - Good (LEE 855) 40-80 Good (LEE 855) 40 80
6104-237 6104-237 - BOYE aluminum rule attachment combination. After selling his patent for the Odd Jobs to Stanley. George F. Hall patented this gizmo that added additional features. and was manufactured by the Boye Needle Company of Newark. This is the 3 1/2 inch size. the least common. Both vials are wet.   - Good+ (OTR-111) 75-125 Good+ (OTR-111) 75 125
6104-238 6104-238* - STANLEY No. 95 marking gauge. Clean. complete and ready to use.   - Good+ (FRN 45) 10-30 Good+ (FRN 45) 10 30
6104-239 6104-239 - TOWER AND LYON inclinometer patented by Henry Green on 3/3/91 and designed to be clamped to a rule. Tower & Lyon made both brass and nickel-plated versions. this is the less common brass version. Vial is wet. - Good (OTR-112) 125-225 Good (OTR-112) 125 225
6104-240 6104-240 - AMERICAN index typewriter. These machines were popular at the turn of the century when keyboard typewriters were heavy. clumsy and expensive. Paint is okay. some rust. - Good (OTR-113) 100-200 Good (OTR-113) 100 200
6104-241 6104-241 - Two examples of the UP-TO-DATE aluminum router plane made by the Illinois Stamping and Mfg. Co. of Chicago. On the right is the earliest version circa 1930. on the left the later version circa 1960. See PTAMPIA II at 308Old one missing the nicker and stop. new one in mint condition. - Good+ (OTR-113) 250-500 Good+ (OTR-113) 250 500
6104-242 6104-242 - Sheet metal bevel patented in 1898 by CHARLES ERICSON of Salt Lake City. A rare patented bevel with pencil holder. but the nickel plating is only about 50% and there’s some corrosion.   - Fair (OTR-114) 75-125 Fair (OTR-114) 75 125
6104-243 6104-243 - AVERY locking bevel patented in 1889 by William Avery of Cleveland and manufactured by his company. Some light surface corrosion but a very rare bevel. - Good (OTR-115) 175-250 Good (OTR-115) 175 250
6104-244 6104-244 - A pair of wooden mallets. The carvers mallet on the left is pristine. with a BB inch stamped in the head. and made of light-colored wood. almost looks like maple. The one on the right is unmarked and has been used. but is still in good condition. - Good and better (YVR 35) 40-80 Good and better (YVR 35) 40 80
6104-245 6104-245 - A pair of STANLEY side rabbet planes. No. 98 (right handed) and No. 99 (left handed). They look like a matched pair but the 98 has a triangular trademark and the No. 99 has the sweetheart. A very nice user made wooden box with sliding has kept them in pristine condition. - Good+   (FRN 39) 100-300 Good+  (FRN 39) 100 300
6104-246 6104-246 - MILLERS FALLS No. 240 plane iron and chisel sharpener in original box. including original box with original instruction sheet. Box is very clean with one hinge and label fallen off but included. despite the original packaging some rust has crept in to the tool itself. - Good+ (ALL 7) 50-100 Good+ (ALL 7) 50 100
6104-247 6104-247 - Charles AMIDON patented corner brace manufactured by Amidon & Bastedo of Buffalo. NY. Marked with Amidon’s patents of 1884 for the corner brace and 1880 for the chuck design (both rated B inch in Pearson). Nickel plating mostly worn off and some light surface rust. but sound and complete. An uncommon brace by one of the most prolific brace inventors. - Good (OTR-116) 125-200 Good (OTR-116) 125 200
6104-248 6104-248 - Stephen MCCLELLAN corner brace. McClellan received four patent for variations on this pattern. two in San Marcos TX in 1897 and two after he moved to New York. All are rated either A or B in Pearson. This is the later version in which the rear handle was fixed rather than removable. Nickel is entirely gone but its complete and functional. - Good (OTR-117) 75-150 Good (OTR-117) 75 150
6104-249 6104-249 - Ratcheting brace manufactured by DAVIS LEVEL & TOOL CO. of Springfield. MA. based on John Bolen’s 1884 patent. Very distinctive due to gutta percha handle ad brass collar around the chuck. A nice clean example with nickel 60%. - Good (ZOM 392) 75-150 Good (ZOM 392) 75 150
6104-250 6104-250 - Early STACKPOLE patented steel brace with hinged chuck held closed by a sliding brass collar. Includes one bit. Very clean with tight head and no rust.   - Good+ (ZOM 384) 75-150 Good+ (ZOM 384) 75 150
6104-251 6104-251 - PEXTO ratcheting brace with aluminum head and handle. Very clean and works smoothly An unusual brace. -   (ZOM 364) 100-150 (ZOM 364) 100 150
6104-252 6104-252 - Old wrought iron cage head brace with octagonal head ad brass collar around the chuck. Unusual form and friction-fit chuck. A nice clean example of an old forged brace. - Good (NW 9) 75-150 Good (NW 9) 75 150
6104-253 6104-253 - STANLEY No. 811 brace. With concealed ratchet. ball bearing heavy duty universal chuck. and cocobolo head and handle. this was Stanley’s top of the line brace. Nickel plating is almost entirely gone but still a good sound user. - Good (ZOM 380) 40-80 Good (ZOM 380) 40 80
6104-254 6104-254 - Saw set patented by Vincent SEILER of Reading. OH in 1884. An unusual patented saw set in good condition. - Good (LEE 869) 50-100 Good (LEE 869) 50 100
6104-255 6104-255 - CHARLES AMIDON 1884 patent brace with a chuck tightened by a wingnut that pushed the jaws together. One of many failed ideas from the Rube Goldberg of brace patents. - Good (ZOM 376) 75-125 Good (ZOM 376) 75 125
6104-256 6104-256 - KEEN KUTTER ratcheting   joist brace. Extra clean and smooth working with a nice crisp KK trademark (with EC Simmons inch partly obscured but readable). - Good+ (ZOM 404) 60-80 Good+ (ZOM 404) 60 80
6104-257 6104-257* - RUSBY patent extendible brace. Missing breast place and large paint splotches.   - Fair (ZOM 408) 25-50 Fair (ZOM 408) 25 50
6104-258 6104-258 - MILLERS FALLS No. 16 ratcheting breast drills. Offered only from 1903-1910. this was one of the truly great gizmos to come out of Millers Falls. Extendable crank with ratchet (needs lubing). rear handle could be mounted at right angles for corner work. two speeds. The only mark on it is for McCoy’s 1890 chuck patent (rated A in Pearson). - Good+ (ZOM 527) 150-250 Good+ (ZOM 527) 150 250
6104-259 6104-259 - Cast iron leather washer cutter. with the often missing sliding second blade present. - Good (ZOM 672) 50-100 Good (ZOM 672) 50 100
6104-260 6104-260 - WINCHESTER NO 3533 ratcheting brace with 10 inch sweep. Clean and smooth working. - Good (RCY 89) 50-100 Good (RCY 89) 50 100
6104-261 6104-261 - MILLERS FALLS No. 18 two speed breast drill. Offered only from 1903-1912. Extendable crank with ratchet (needs lubing). level mounted on the handle (vial is good). Distinctive green paint on the gear has faded but still discernible. - Good+ (ZOM 523) 75-150 Good+ (ZOM 523) 75 150
6104-262 6104-262 - Bowsaw from American Home Workshop Classic Tools inch series of collectibles. Numbered limited edition in original box. Zebrawood handles. Not old. but pretty. New -   (ALL 1) 100-200 (ALL 1) 100 200
6104-263 6104-263 - Unsigned. probably user-made. all steel turner’s sizing tool. Graceful form and nicely made. No rust.     - Good+ (ZOM 503) 50-75 Good+ (ZOM 503) 50 75
6104-264 6104-264 - Siegley #2 combination plow plane. An uncommon plane. but unfortunately the skate is broken. and depth gauge missing. A parts plane. - Poor (OTR 120) 20-40 Poor (OTR 120) 20 40
6104-265 6104-265 - Unsigned Fray-type bitstock with SPOFFORD chuck. Rosewood handle with pewter bands and rosewood head. 14 inch sweep. - Good (DUP 682) 30-60 Good (DUP 682) 30 60
6104-266 6104-266 - Unsigned bitstock with TAYLOR   chuck. Steel with cast head with brass collar. clean example of the oldest American brace patent. 8 inch sweep.   - Good (DUP 682) 30-60 Good (DUP 682) 30 60
6104-267 6104-267 - A pair of unsigned travellers. The one on the left looks factory made with a brass pointer. cast handle. and inch markings around the rim. On the right is hand forged with a wooden handle. - Good (LEE 740) 50-80 Good (LEE 740) 50 80
6104-268 6104-268 - Attractive English gentleman’s brace with elaborate boxwood head and handle. Two closed cracks in the handle and inactive worm holes in both. Thumbscrew chuck.   - Good+ (DUP 682) 80-120 Good+ (DUP 682) 80 120
6104-269 6104-269 - Cast iron blacksmith’s crimp with hammer and pry bar. Manufactured by L.N. PFEIFFER of Kenton. OH. and marked patent applied for. - Good (ZOM 450) 30-60 Good (ZOM 450) 30 60
6104-270 6104-270 - Unusual forged router blade mounted as a drawshave on a steel beam with wood handles. Well-used and blade needs sharpening but sound. - Good- (LEE 839) 30-60 Good- (LEE 839) 30 60
6104-271 6104-271 - LUFKIN steel measuring tape. I didn’t pull it out but it has to be 500 inch. Some surface rust but the tape is clean and ready to use. - Good (LEE 846) 50-80 Good (LEE 846) 50 80
6104-272 6104-272 - Complete set of 13 IRWIN auger bits in the original wood box with the original users manual. Some light surface rust and the screw of 7/16 needs cleaning and sharpening but otherwise immaculate.   - Good+ (LEE 853) 80-120 Good+ (LEE 853) 80 120
6104-273 6104-273* - Unmarked hand forged axe with replacement handle. The eye was beaten onto the handle and cracked.   - Fair (ALL 3) 10-20 Fair (ALL 3) 10 20
6104-274 6104-274 - Folding handle draw knife. Clearly manufactured but unmarked except for an 8 inch which apparently refers to 8 inch blade. Clean. sharp and ready to use.   - Good+ (GIL 272) 40-80 Good+ (GIL 272) 40 80
6104-275 6104-275 - Steel clamp made by H.D. SMITH of perfect handle fame and modestly entitled The Ultimate. inch A locking handle is pinned in place and then acts as a cam to lock down the jaws. A wonderful gizmo. in immaculate condition and probably never used (or more likely used once). - Good+ (FES 877) 80-120 Good+ (FES 877) 80 120
6104-276 6104-276 - STARRET No. 224 micrometer caliper. Complete in original box. Most of the parts look unused but the box is worn.   - Good+ (ZOM 355) 100-150 Good+ (ZOM 355) 100 150
6104-277 6104-277 - STANLEY 24 inch mason’s level with 1983 EAIA 50th anniversary medallion in original box. Wood and vials are absolutely immaculate. but a few small scratches in the brass keeps it from mint. Box soiled but intact.   - Fine (ZOM 537) 75-125 Fine (ZOM 537) 75 125
6104-278 6104-278 - CHENEY hammer with the patented ball-bearing nail holding feature. Both bearings present and working smoothly. A few chips out of the face and dings in the head. handle looks original with some paint spots. - Good (ZOM 550) 30-50 Good (ZOM 550) 30 50
6104-279 6104-279 - A pair of beryllium headed hammers. Beryllium (actually usually a beryllium-copper alloy) is used for nonsparking hammer heads. The one on the left is an H19 claw hammer by AMPCO which is still making them but with fiberglass handles. This one has a dimpled wood handle for a better grip. could be a replacement but old. On the right is a heavier H61A by BERYLCO. Old handle with some chips. head is more dinged than the AMPCO. - Good (ZOM 354) 40-80 Good (ZOM 354) 40 80
6104-280 6104-280 - Stone saw made by EMERSON. FORD & CO. of Beaver Falls PA. patented by Mr. Emerson on 4/25/1871. It’s a sold steel rectangle 1/8 inch thick with a chisel edged cutter designed to chip away the stone. Never seen another and bet you haven’t either. For the gizmo collector who has everything. - Good+ (FES 328) 80-120 Good+ (FES 328) 80 120
6104-281 6104-281 - Hand-forged 7 1/2 inch traveller with curved spokes and indicator. Surface is well corroded but solid. in this type of tool that isn’t rust. it's patina. - Good (ZOM 336) 30-50 Good (ZOM 336) 30 50
6104-282 6104-282 - Traveller by WILEY & RUSSELL MFG. CO. Of Greenfield. MA. Also stamped The Green River Tire Wheel.6 3/4 inch diameter with curved spokes and indicator. Surface is pretty clean. - Good (ZOM 344) 30-50 Good (ZOM 344) 30 50
6104-283 6104-283 - Traveller by WILEY & RUSSELL MFG. CO. Of Greenfield. MA. Also stamped The Green River Tire Wheel." 7 3/4 inch diameter with curved spokes and indicator. Surface is corroded but solid. indicator needs a little WD-40. - Good (ZOM 340) 30-50 Good (ZOM 340) 30 50
6104-284 6104-284 - Unmarked hand-forged trident of some kind with original hang hole. 25 1/2 inch overall with 7 1/2 inch tines. Well made and solid. - Good (DUP 693) 30-50 Good (DUP 693) 30 50
6104-285 6104-285 - Set of three STANLEY DEFIANCE bench vises. Two 1209s and one heavier-duty 1210 with swivel base (in the middle) . Red paint good on all three. clean and working. No pipe jaws. - Good and better (AUZ 48) 30-90 Good and better (AUZ 48) 30 90
6104-286 6104-286 - Large unmarked hacksaw with heavy-duty steel frame. User-made? Blade tightens with a wing nut that needs some WD-40. - Good-   (LEE 854) 40-60 Good- (LEE 854) 40 60
6104-287 6104-287 - Large probably hand forged screw tap. 1 inch diameter. 9 3/4 inch long. Old handle. - Good- (ZOM 429) 40-60 Good- (ZOM 429) 40 60
6104-288 6104-288 - Lot of small tools. STEARNS hexagonal head pie wheel marking gauge with screw missing. STANLEY No. 97 marking gauge. STANLEY No. 49 bit gauge. nicely made unmarked calipers. Good and better - Good and better (GBR 176) 50-70 Good and better (GBR 176) 50 70
6104-289 6104-289 - Lot of small mystery tools. Small pair of spring-loaded shears. two things that look like tooth keys. and something that looks like a pair of scissors with a reservoir mounted to the side that I think had to do with trimming lamps. All good. - Good (CK 122) 50-70 Good (CK 122) 50 70
6104-290 6104-290 - Lot of three screw plates. One marked Griffith Varrington with 16 holes. one marked Edelston (?) & Cowith four. and one unmarked adjustable type. A very nice set. - Good and better (iCK 89) 60-80 Good and better (iCK 89) 60 80
6104-291 6104-291 - Lot of two unmarked 6 inch coffin-style smoothing planes with 1 1/2 inch throats. One has sheffield cutter. the other an unmarked cutter that is a very tight fit and may not be original to the plane. Wood is nice with only minor dings. wedges look original.     - Good- (ZOM 507) 40-60 Good- (ZOM 507) 40 60
6104-292 6104-292 - Matched plank set of tongue and groove planes by LEWIS-WILKES & CO. of Louisville. KY. Lewis-Wilkes was in business only in 1855-56 and their mark has three stars for rarity in Pollak. 14 inch beech planes with full length boxing. and the wood is exceptionally clean and virtually unmarked. Not a chip in the screw threads of either. The only thing keeping this from fine is that the cutter is missing from the groove plane. but throw a 1/2 inch cutter in it and you’ll have as nice a matched set. with a rare mark. as you’ll ever see. - Good++ (ZOM   395) 150-250 Good++ (ZOM 395) 150 250
6104-293 6104-293 - I think this is what’s called a badger inch plane. It’s an 8 inch coffin-shaped smoothing plane. but with the blade skewed and a groove along the sole at the edge of the throat for rabbeting. Wood is very smooth and virtually unmarked. original wedge. Strike button on the heel. The cutter is a Bailey. so the carpenter who made this probably took it from a Stanley plane. A very attractive example of an unusual plane. - Fine (ALL 4) 80-100 Fine (ALL 4) 80 100
6104-294 6104-294 - Wedge-arm Scottish plow plane by MCVICAR of Perth and sold by J. DOBIE of Argyle St. Brass-bound plow arms. brass depth stop. and nicker with its own separate wedge. Boxed. Three owner stamps. Can’t decide about the wedge - could be a replacement but if so its a very good one.   - Good+ (OTR 301) 100-140 Good+ (OTR 301) 100 140
6104-295 6104-295 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. boxwood #129 screw arm plow plane. Very minor chipping to threads. one collar nut has a divot. Wood otherwise very clean. Original wedge and iron.   - Good+ (ZOM 437) 80-120 Good+ (ZOM 437) 80 120
6104-296 6104-296 - STEINER continental style 1 inch rabbet plane. It has a skewed iron. with a fully boxed sole and a wingnut that appears to allow the front part of the sole to be moved to open the throat. which appears to be the only way to get the cutter out. but it’s stuck and I didn’t want to force it. The medallion on the side says Original Steiner 1859. inch It clearly isn’t that old. and I think it’s a fairly modern plane modelled after an older version. Wood is clean.   - Good (ALL 144) 40-60 Good (ALL 144) 40 60
6104-297 6104-297 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 71 unhandled screw arm fillester. No chips in the screw arms. end of the wedge is a little chewed up but otherwise very clean and undamaged. No nicker. Brass depth stop.   - Good (BMH 144) 100-150 Good (BMH 144) 100 150
6104-298 6104-298 - A pair of toothing planes. One is coffin-shaped. 6 inch. beech by D.R. BARTON of Rochester (E mark). The other is square. darker wood. 6 3/4 inch. looks user made with an Ohio Tool Cocutter. There’s a hole in the sole in front of the throat that looks intentional. Both clean with original wedges and only minor dinging. - Good (DUP 357) 100-150 Good (DUP 357) 100 150
6104-299 6104-299* - KEUFFEL & ESSER No. 4092-3 slide rule with original case. end flap missing.   - Good (DLR) 20-40 Good (DLR) 20 40
6104-300 6104-300* - KEUFFEL & ESSER No. 4081-3 slide rule with original case with owner’s name stamped on it. Plastic on one slide cracked.   - Good (DLR) 20-40 Good (DLR) 20 40
6104-301 6104-301* - Lot of three short plastic slide rules. all with original cases. PICKENS No. 600. ARISTO RIETZ No. 89. STERLING No. 587. - Good (DLR) 30-50 Good (DLR) 30 50
6104-302 6104-302 - OMEGA pocket adding machine. Aluminum. circa 1960. with original stylus. instructions. and plastic case. You’ll thank us when the battery in your phone dies and you’ve forgotten how to add.   - Good+ (DLR) 30-50 Good+ (DLR) 30 50
6104-303 6104-303 - Lot of two cast iron trivets. One shaped for a sad iron by ENTERPRISE MANUFACTURING of Philadelphia. the other one is round and unmarked with decorative casting.   - Good (DUP 212) 30-50 Good (DUP 212) 30 50
6104-304 6104-304 - Lot of three rules and bevels. HOCKLEY ABBEY No. 1667. patented TWELVE-IN-ONE combination made in Nashville. and a very unusual combination caliper rule and bevel by EP JOHNSON that I’ve never seen before. Good and better. - Good and better (FES 500) 80-100 Good and better (FES 500) 80 100
6104-305 6104-305 - STANLEY No. 82 board scale rule. with tables for computing board feet. Dirty. and the hinges are slightly sprung. but its entirely legible and a rare rule. - Good- (THF 0203) 80-120 Good- (THF 0203) 80 120
6104-306 6104-306 - Lot of four STANLEY four-fold boxwood rules: No. 54. 62. 62 1/2 and 84. All good at least. - Good (DUP 171) 60-90 Good (DUP 171) 60 90
6104-307 6104-307 - LIE-NIELSEN No. 97 1/2 small chisel plane never used in original box with original instructions. On their website a new one will run you $140 and this is just as good. - Mint (FRN 41) 100-130 Mint (FRN 41) 100 130
6104-308 6104-308 - STANLEY No. 9 1/4 block plane mint in original box. Plane looks never used. boxed little scuffed but intact with no bad corners. - Mint (FRN 47) 50-100 Mint (FRN 47) 50 100
6104-309 6104-309* - Lot of five short pocket rules (No photo). 3 7 inch plastic rules in cases by KEUFFEL & ESSER (2) and LIETZ. one steel rule in inches and metric advertising FAFNIR BEARINGS. and a 4 inch triangular architect’s rule by ALTENEDER. - Good (DLR) 30-50 Good (DLR) 30 50
6104-310 6104-310* - Lot of 15 special purpose rules. tables and calculators (No photo). Includes examples by LUFKIN. GENERAL ELECTRIC. REYNOLDS ALUMINUM. etc. - Good (DLR) 40-60 Good (DLR) 40 60
6104-311 6104-311* - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 74 complex moulter. Banner style logo. Wedge chewed up and may be replacement. Some rust on cutter.   - Good- (BHM 195) 20-40 Good- (BHM 195) 20 40
6104-312 6104-312 - SHIVERICK AND MALCOLM skew iron rabbet plane. A mark (two stars) in Pollak. Some staining and wedge a little chewed up but … - Good (JPM) 50-70 Good (JPM) 50 70
6104-313 6104-313 - Mixed lot of 14 moulding plane. 9 by SANDUSKY. 3 by OHIO TOOL CO.. one SARGENT. one AUBURN TOOL. A mixed lot. but generally … - Good to Good- (JPM) 80-120 Good to Good- (JPM) 80 120
6104-314 6104-314 - MOSELY & SONS moving fillester. Boxed. brass depth stop. Wedge a little chewed up otherwise … - Good (KAHLER) 60-80 Good (KAHLER) 60 80
6104-315 6104-315 - I.E. SMITH 1 7/8 inch hollow. Two star in Pollak. Smith worked in Pawtucket around 1850. Some staining. wedge a little chewed up. - Good- (ZOM 501) 30-60 Good- (ZOM 501) 30 60
6104-316 6104-316 - SANDUSKY TOOL CO. moulder with unusual deep beak profile. User name burned in side.   - Good- (ZOM 558) 20-40 Good- (ZOM 558) 20 40
6104-317 6104-317 - Fenced hollow complex moulder. Appears to have two stamps - Turner & Green and E.P. Parsons. neither is in Pollak. Rough condition with very rusty cutter.   - Fair (ZOM 562) 20-40 Fair (ZOM 562) 20 40
6104-318 6104-318 - MOSELY of Goswell St.. London. 3/16 inch center bead moulder with fence and boxing. Uncommon plane in decent condition.   - Good- (ZOM 562) 40-80 Good- (ZOM 562) 40 80
6104-319 6104-319 - OHIO TOOL CO. #119 1 /34 side handle rabbeting plane. Skewed cutter and two nickers. one broken off halfway down the side. Inactive worm hole. Handle good. wedge rough but original.     - Good- (KAHLER 9030) 60-80 Good- (KAHLER 9030) 60 80
6104-320 6104-320 - STANLEY No. 26 transitional wood bottom jack plane. Very rusty cutter with triangular mark dates it to early 1900s. Japanning is 90% and wood is clean and free of any major chips or dings. - Good (ZOM 367) 30-50 Good (ZOM 367) 30 50
6104-321 6104-321 - SHERMAN SAW WORKS 26 inch ripsaw. Sherman made saws for C.E. Jennings in 1932 only. Very rare New York maker. Nice legible clean etching on blade. Unusually elaborate heatsheaf carving on handle. a little worn but no major chips.   - Good+ (ZOM 533) 100-150 Good+ (ZOM 533) 100 150
6104-322 6104-322 - HARVEY PEACE 26 inch crosscut saw. Disston bought out Pearce in 1890 and carried these saws until 1914. Mark on blade is so faint you can barely see it. handle with wheatsheaf carving and one chip. extra nice medallion. Metal reinforcing along bottom of handle not marked with the patent. - Good (ZOM 481) 40-60 Good (ZOM 481) 40 60
6104-323 6104-323 - E.C. ATKINS No. 69 The Rex inch 26 inch 11 pt crosscut saw. Very legible clean mark on blade. One very tiny fleabite chip. extra clean medallion. A very nice saw.   - Good+ (DUP 410) 125-250 Good+ (DUP 410) 125 250
6104-324 6104-324 - DISSTON AND SONS No. 55   26 inch rip saw. Etching is very elaborate but faint in spots - in additon to the Disston trademark. it has the For Beauty. Finish and Utility this Saw Cannot be Excelled inch quote by Henry Disston and the Liberty inch eagle motif. Rosewood handle is nice with no major chips and a nice medallion.   - Good+ (DUP 422) 50-70 Good+ (DUP 422) 50 70
6104-325 6104-325 - H. DISSTON very early model 26 inch.Old steel blade with barely discernable marking. Handle with no wheatsheaf and one large chip but otherwise good with nice large medallion.   - Good (DUP 474) 100-120 Good (DUP 474) 100 120

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