Auction Archive 6302 - December 8, 2013

Listed below is Auction 6302 Fall: Now Closed

 

LOT DESCRIPTION CONDITION SOURCE LOW HIGH PHOTO
6302-001 6302-001 LL DAVIS 7in filigree level. The coveted 7in version in very nice condition. Original pointer and screws no chips mill marks visible on both rails some loss of japanning on one side. Good plus CDE 2488 300 600 PHOTO
6302-002 6302-002 JAMES HOWART framed Sheffield style brace. Ebony body in very good shape brass has only minor dinging and all marks very clear. Tight crack In head but well fitting and turns smoothly. Good plus CDE 2724 400 800 PHOTO
6302-003 6302-003 STANLEY No 62 low angle jack plane. In very good condition with only minor flaking to nickel japanning 95prct tote and knob immaculate sweet hart mark on cutter. Good plus GNM 332 250 300 PHOTO
6302-004 6302-004 STANLEY No 171 door router. Part of Stanleys mission to provide a specialized plane for every task the 171 was designed to cut mortise pockets for door hinges and locks. This one is absolutely mint as if the owner used it once and then said the hell with this. It only has one of three cutters but the usually missing rods and fence are present and the body is immaculate. Fine GNM 39 200 400 PHOTO
6302-005 6302-005 STANLEY No 45 combination plane IOB. Type 15 with third type sweet hart mark on skate. In close to mint condition. The only flaws are a couple of chips out of the rosewood portion of the fence and scratches in the tote but the nickel plating is immaculate. Complete with all optional parts both sets of cutters in original boxes and instructions. Pasteboard box is tattered but complete with end label top label worn off. A very nice example of the 1920 era No. 45. Good plus CP 59 300 600 PHOTO
6302-006 6302-006 STANLEY NO 193 and 194 fiberboard planes . These came as a set in a user-made box with the key so were selling them as a set. Both are in near mint condition with japanning 100prct and only a few light dings on the wood. The only issue is that one tip of the base of the circular attachment Part No. 7 has broken off. Its included if you want to weld or J.B. Weld it back on. Good plus RSI 25 240 480 PHOTO
6302-007 6302-007 STANLEY No 45 combination plane. Type 7B 1896-1906. With S casting mark. Complete and in well above average condition in dovetailed box with sliding lid. One original set of cutters in original box with complete label. Metal has some very light surface corrosion and a few dings in the wood but no significant damage or flaking in the nickel. A very nice example of the early No. 45. Good plus SSG 27 200 450 PHOTO
6302-008 6302-008 STANLEY No 83 cabinet scraper. In absolutely immaculate condition roller is original and not a furniture caster replacement as is typical only some slight wear to the nickel stands between this one and mint. Fine GNM 279 100 200 PHOTO
6302-009 6302-009 STANLEY No 12 veneer scraping . Type 2 with graceful slope to the body. In very nice condition but the blade is not original its marked Kunz. Very light surface corrosion japanning 100prct good handle. Good CP 3 50 100 PHOTO
6302-010 6302-010 STANLEY No 92 rabbet plane. Only a trace of corrosion on the screw holding the two parts together keeps this from being mint. Nickel plating is immaculate cutter sharp enough to shave with. Fine RSI 185 60 120 PHOTO
6302-011 6302-011 STANLEY No 79 side rabbet plane. Early type without fence. A little surface corrosion but overall nice and clean. Owner initials crudely scratched in top. Good RSI 190 40 80 PHOTO
6302-012 6302-012 STANLEY No 79 side rabbet plane. Fenced version. Sweet hart mark on both blades. Two of the thumb screws have been replaced by screws with washers soldered into the slots. Fence is an angled piece of aluminum which may be a user addition. Good minus RSI 189 20 40 PHOTO
6302-013 6302-013 BIRMINGHAM PLANE CO block plane. Nonadjustable model 7in sole cutter clearly stamped with Birmingham logo off center. A rare block plane from an uncommon maker in above average condition. Good plus TKY 44 60 120 PHOTO
6302-014 6302-014 CRAFTSMAN steel block plane. Adjustable throat knob is tarnished from use but japanning is good. An uncommon Craftsman plane. Good DUP 677 20 40 PHOTO
6302-015 6302-015 SARGENT No 5307 block plane. 7 1-4in sole adjustable throat knuckle cap design japanning worn on cap but otherwise good. Good plus CDE 1047 30 60 PHOTO
6302-016 6302-016 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. No. 110 with sweet hart mark on cutter and partial decal and No. 220 with yellow notched rectangle decal on cap. Both with good japanning sole and cutters. Good plus GNM 246.253 30 60 PHOTO
6302-017 6302-017 STANLEY No 65-and-a-half low angle block plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter japanning close to 100prct good cutter and sole. Good plus GNM 237 30 60 PHOTO
6302-018 6302-018 STANLEY No 19 knuckle joint block plane. Looks like Type 7 1903-04 a couple of small chips in the throat and flakes in the nickel on the cap. Good CDE 1064 30 60 PHOTO
6302-019 6302-019 KEEN KUTTER NO 120 block plane. Japanning mostly worn off knuckle cap but otherwise nice clean example. Good CDE 1048 25 50 PHOTO
6302-020 6302-020 STANLEY N 60-and-a-half low angle block plane. Later type with number stamped on side notched rectangle cutter. Good CDE 1045 25 50 PHOTO
6302-021 6302-021 Lot of four knuckle-joint block planes. One has WIRTH marked on cutter otherwise unmarked. 7 1-4in soles non-adjustable throats. Good CDE 1042.1050.1053.1055 30 60 PHOTO
6302-022 6302-022 SARGENT block plane. 7 1-4in sole non-adjustable throat some surface rust and small chips on cutter. Good MLD 58 20 40 PHOTO
6302-023 6302-023 Lot of three block planes. A GREAT NECK No. G2 good overall but throat widened a UNION No. 227 with adjusting knob replaced with a square nut and an unmarked miniature with 4 3-4in bed red japanning worn. Good minus CDE 1043.1057.2713 10 40 PHOTO
6302-024 6302-024 UNION No 41 swinging fence tongue and groove plane. In immaculate condition with only a few small flaws on the plating. Fine CDE 2572 50 100 PHOTO
6302-025 6302-025 STANLEY BED ROCK No 605 jack plane. Flat top sides cutter has some chips and scratches on sole. Good minus CDE 2493 40 80 PHOTO
6302-026 6302-026 TOWER and LYON CHAPLIN patent fore plane. These planes were sold by Tower and Lyon hardware based on O.R.Chaplins 1872 patent. Corrugated top and bottom hard rubber tote 18in sole stamp visible but worn on cutter. Good JW 134 80 160 PHOTO
6302-027 6302-027 KEEN KUTTER No 7 corrugated sole jointer. 22in corrugated sole good clean overall condition. Good CDE 1247 70 140 PHOTO
6302-028 6302-028 STANLEY BED ROCK No 607 jointer plane. Flat top sides 22in sole sweet hart mark on cutter some loss to japanning but good overall. Good CDE 1248 70 140 PHOTO
6302-029 6302-029 STANLEY No 7 jointer plane. Orange notched rectangle mark on cap good overall condition. Good CDE 1257 50 100 PHOTO
6302-030 6302-030 UNION TOOL CO No 07 jointer plane. 22in sole good clean condition Union Tool logo and patent applied for stamped on cutter. Good CDE 1251 70 140 PHOTO
6302-031 6302-031 STANLEY A-6 aluminum fore plane. Sweet hart mark on cutter aluminum body dinged as usual but nothing serious partial decal on tote. Good GNM 321 90 180 PHOTO
6302-032 6302-032 STANLEY N 6C corrugated fore plane. Vee logo on cutter good overall condition japanning 80prct. Good CDE 1447 50 100 PHOTO
6302-033 6302-033 STANLEY No 3 bench plane. Vee logo on cutter slight corrosion on cutter but good overall condition. Good GNM 340 40 80 PHOTO
6302-034 6302-034 STANLEY No 3C corrugated bench plane. Sweet hart mark some surface corrosion on sole and casting flaw on cheek. Good FRN 7 40 80 PHOTO
6302-035 6302-035 STANLEY NO 238 weather-stripping plane. No cutter but otherwise in immaculate condition japanning 100prct and rust-free. Good plus RSI 76 80 160 PHOTO
6302-036 6302-036 STANLEY No 130 double-ended block plane. Can be used as a standard block plane or cutter inserted in rear to use for rabbeting. Surface corrosion on blade and slots for adjusting so may be a replacement. Good minus RSI 202 20 40 PHOTO
6302-037 6302-037 STANLEY No 131 adjustable double-ended block plane. Like No. 130 see lot 36 but with blade adjustment. Sweet hart mark on cutter japanning worn on handle but overall good condition. Good RSI 205 50 100 PHOTO
6302-038 6302-038 STANLEY N 140 skew rabbet and block plane. Has patent on side so probably early type 2 original screws holding side nickel is worn but in decent shape. Good RSI 199 60 120 PHOTO
6302-039 6302-039 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. No. 103 and No. 110 - early type with semi-circular logo on cutter. Both have japanning worn particularly on knobs but clean and sharp and ready to use. Good RSI 201.206 30 60 PHOTO
6302-040 6302-040 STANLEY No 39 1-4 dado plane . A little surface rust on the cheek that will clean right off japanning 75prct sweet hart mark on cap. Good GNM 295 60 120 PHOTO
6302-041 6302-041 STANLEY No 39 3-8 dado plane. Very clean japanning 75prct 1907-09 mark on cap. Good GNM 296 60 120 PHOTO
6302-042 6302-042 STANLEY No 39 3-4 dado plane. Slight trace of surface rust on sole and cheek some wear to japanning sweet hart mark on cap. Good GNM 299 60 120 PHOTO
6302-043 6302-043 STANLEY No 39 7-8 dado plane. A slight trace of surface rust on the sole that will clean right off otherwise immaculate sweet hart mark on cap. Good plus GNM 300 80 160 PHOTO
6302-044 6302-044 STANLEY No 39 1in dado plane . Slight scoring to sole around one nicker japanning 80prct sweet hart mark on cap. Good GNM 301 80 160 PHOTO
6302-045 6302-045 STANLEY No 95 edge trimming plane. A few small rust spots japanning 95prct notched rectangle mark on cutter. Good plus GNM 238 100 200 PHOTO
6302-046 6302-046 STANLEY No 79 side rabbet plane. Unfenced version with sweetheart marks on both cutters extra clean with only a couple of microscopic surface rust spots. Good plus GNM 258 50 100 PHOTO
6302-047 6302-047 STANLEY No 194 fibreboard beveller. Some surface rust wear to edge of tote and a paint spot on side of tote. Good GNM 041 40 80 PHOTO
6302-048 6302-048 STANLEY No A4 aluminum bench plane. Body is very clean and undamaged with none of the dinging typical of the aluminum planes some slight surface roughness to nickel plated cap tote and knob immaculate sweet hart mark. Good plus GNM 322 125 250 PHOTO
6302-049 6302-049 STANLEY No 4-and-a-half bench plane. Extra wide version of the No. 4 orange notched mark on cap overall very clean example. Good GNM 342 50 100 PHOTO
6302-050 6302-050 STANLEY No 4 bench plane. Type 9 with the 1892 patent logo on cutter extra clean and complete example. Good plus GNM 341 60 120 PHOTO
6302-051 6302-051 STANLEY No 5 jack plane. Type 12 first with high front knob. Body tote and knob are immaculate slight loss of japanning but unfortunately the cutter is MIA. If you have a sweet hart era cutter youre in business. The fair rating on this reflects the missing cutter whats there is goodplus. Fair GNM 343 30 60 PHOTO
6302-052 6302-052 STANLEY No 5-and-a-half jack plane. Extra wide version of the No. 5 type 9 with 1892 patent mark some surface discoloration and loss to japanning but overall very clean example. Good GNM 345 40 80 PHOTO
6302-053 6302-053 WARDS MASTER No 5 jack plane. Toolbox dinging and light surface rust on cutter but overall good clean example. Good GNM 351 50 100 PHOTO
6302-054 6302-054 STANLEY No 131 adjustable double-ended block plane. Extra clean example of this block plane on which the cutter could be reversed and used for rabbeting. Notching rectangle mark. Good plus GNM 250 100 200 PHOTO
6302-055 6302-055 STANLEY No 65-and-a-half low angle block plane. Extra clean example notched rectangle mark. Good plus GNM 236 60 120 PHOTO
6302-056 6302-056 RUMBOLD butt mortising plane. Patented Christmas Day 1951 by Wilbert Dohmeyer of Crete IL and manufactured by RM Rumbold company. Knobs have a few dings but body and cutter are immaculate. Not that old but very unusual. Good plus GNM 257 50 100 PHOTO
6302-057 6302-057 STANLEY No 102 block plane. Older type with Stanley Rule and level rounded mark on cutter and hole in cap immaculate near-mint condition. Fine GNM 244 20 40 PHOTO
6302-058 6302-058 STANLEY No 9-and-a-half block plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter slight trace of surface rust on part of cutter but otherwise immaculate. Good plus GNM 223 30 60 PHOTO
6302-059 6302-059 STANLEY No 65 low angle block plane . 1907-09 type mark on cutter immaculate near-mint condition. Fine GNM 235 50 100 PHOTO
6302-060 6302-060 STANLEY No 19 knuckle joint block plane. Type 12 with vee mark on cutter slight discoloration on knob but body and cutter fine. Good plus GNM 232 40 80 PHOTO
6302-061 6302-061 STANLEY No 9 1-4 block plane. Later model with name stamped on side and notched rectangle mark. Some surface corrosion on cutter but body is immaculate. Good plus GNM 222 20 40 PHOTO
6302-062 6302-062 STANLEY No 15 adjustable throat block plane. Notched rectangle mark. Very slight wear to cap otherwise fine. Good plus GNM 226 20 40 PHOTO
6302-063 6302-063 STANLEY No 98 side rabbet plane right handed. Type 1 with patent date on skate and no trademark on cutter. A few minor flakes to the nickel plating but overall very clean condition. Good plus GNM 222-1 50 100 PHOTO
6302-064 6302-064 STANLEY No99 side rabbet plane left hand. The counterpart to lot 63 also type 1 and in equally good condition. Good plus GNM 222-2 50 100 PHOTO
6302-065 6302-065 STANLEY FOUR SQUARE No 1105 jack plane. A few minor dings to the lacquered knob and tote but finish is good and cutter sharp. Overall a very nice example of the Four Square line. Good DKN 57 50 100 PHOTO
6302-066 6302-066 STANLEY No 148 match plane. In absolutely immaculate condition original 7-8in cutters with sweet hart mark only a tiny chip to one corner of the tongue cutter stands between it and mint. Fine GNM 310 75 150 PHOTO
6302-067 6302-067 STANLEY 80M scraper IOB. The version of the No. 80 made of malleable iron to make it less prone to breakage and intended for school shops. Must have worked because this one is dead mint and even the box is still in excellent condition Mint GNM 281 50 100 PHOTO
6302-068 6302-068 STANLEY No 71 router. Type 2 japanning complete includes both cutters. Good plus GNM 276 30 60 PHOTO
6302-069 6302-069 FULTON No 20 block plane. 7 1-4in sole nickel plated knuckle cap good fulton Decal. Good CDE 2351 15 30 PHOTO
6302-070 6302-070 STANLEY No 45 combination plane. Type 11 or thereabouts. Missing the knob depth stop on the auxiliary fence rear slitter and depth stop nickel has some missing patches but in decent shape big chip out of top horn of the tote. Fair RSI 14 30 60 PHOTO
6302-071 6302-071 DUNLAP bench plane. Dunlaps version of the Stanley No. 4 with 9in sole. Some light surface corrosion and lacquer on the tote is rough but no major chips. Solid user. Good DUS 41 20 40 PHOTO
6302-072 6302-072 STANLEY Handyman bench plane. The Handyman version of the No. 4. Light surface rust and black paint on the tote has worn around edges but otherwise decent shape. Good CDE 2067 10 30 PHOTO
6302-073 6302-073 MILLERS FALLS No 9 bench plane. Light surface corrosion very good knob and tote cutter edge has nicks. Good CGN 102 35 70 PHOTO
6302-074 6302-074 STANLEY No 82 wood scraper IOB. Body is in super clean condition japanning and metal immaculate wood shows use but no scratches or dings. Blade with a little surface rust and original instructions in envelope box is taped up but intact. Good plus RSI 129 20 40 PHOTO
6302-075 6302-075 STANLEY No 71 router IOB. Type 11 knobs painted black all parts including the fence throat closer and three cutters plus original instruction. Super clean with flawless nickel and knobs. Box lid missing one side but label intact. Good plus DT 26 45 90 PHOTO
6302-076 6302-076 English STANLEY No 71 IOB. The English version of the No. 71 same as Type 10 but with hard plastic knobs. Nickel is immaculate three extra blades four total in original envelope. Box is complete and in above average condition. If you collect English Stanley or just want a user you wont find a better example. Fine DT 22 40 80 PHOTO
6302-077 6302-077 STANLEY A-6 aluminum fore plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter most nickel worn off on cap body in good condition good tote and knob. Good GNM 320 90 180 PHOTO
6302-078 6302-078 STANLEY No 6 fore plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter slight discoloration on cutter but otherwise close to mint japanning immaculate knob and tote very clean. Good plus GNM 346 40 80 PHOTO
6302-079 6302-079 STANLEY BED ROCK No 606C fore plane. Flat top sides vee mark on cutter very clean condition japanning metal knob and tote all very good. Good plus CDE 2637 100 200 PHOTO
6302-080 6302-080 STANLEY No 7C corrugated sole jointer. Notched rectangle on cutter orange mark on cap japanning 75prct no rust knob and tote very good. Good CDE 1254 40 80 PHOTO
6302-081 6302-081 STANLEY No 8 jointer plane. Block letter logo on cutter that was used in 1909 only some discoloration on blade and cap but no rust japanning 75prct good tote and knob. Good CDE 1250 40 80 PHOTO
6302-082 6302-082 STANLEY No 7 jointer plane. Notched rectangle mark on cutter some surface rust small chips in throat scratches but no major chips in tote and knob. Good overall. Good LEE 892 35 70 PHOTO
6302-083 6302-083 STANLEY No 5C corrugated jack plane. Vee logo on cutter well used but good overall condition no damage to knob or tote. Good FRN 53 35 70 PHOTO
6302-084 6302-084 STANLEY No 6C corrugated fore plane. Sweet hart mark on cutter good overall condition tote broken and re-glued. Good minus FRN 50 20 40 PHOTO
6302-085 6302-085 STANLEY LIBERTY BELL No 132 jointer plane. Type 2 tip of tote broken and smoothed over cutter looks as though its been lacquered. Good minus RSI 98 20 40 PHOTO
6302-086 6302-086 STANLEY LIBERTY BELL No 127 jack plane. Type 3 with 1892 patent date stamped on cutter good clean overall condition with slight roughness to edge of tote. Good DT 28 35 70 PHOTO
6302-087 6302-087 BRIDGE TOOL CO transitional jack plane. Made by STANLEY for Bridge Tool Co. of St. Louis. Basically the same tool as the Stanley No. 26. Overall very clean condition good original finish slight loss of japanning. Good plus GNM 350 30 60 PHOTO
6302-088 6302-088 KEEN KUTTER NO K26 transitional jack plane. Cutter well covered with surface rust but no pitting and cleanable body has most of original finish and only normal toolbox dinging good tote and knob japanning 95prct. Good JW 144 40 80 PHOTO
6302-089 6302-089 STANLEY No 37 jenny transitional plane. The extra wide sole make this one of the less common transitional planes. This is a type 8 with the old style lateral level and J mark on cutter. In good overall condition noting some staining and closed cracks in the wooden body. Good RSI 86 60 120 PHOTO
6302-090 6302-090 STANLEY No 37 jenny transitional plane. Same model as lot 89 but in rougher shape big chip out of tote and body has lost about 3-8in in thickness. Probably best used as a parts plane. Fair RSI 88 20 40 PHOTO
6302-091 6302-091 STANLEY No 30 transitional jointer plane. Type 14 with erroneous 6-9-12 patent date on toe and vee mark on cutter. Very clean overall condition with original wood finish and japanning close to perfect. Good plus RSI 99 30 60 PHOTO
6302-092 6302-092 STANLEY No 32 transitional jointer plane. Type 14 with erroneous 6-9-12 patent date on toe and vee mark on cutter. Very clean overall condition with original wood finish and japanning close to perfect. Good plus CRT 75 40 80 PHOTO
6302-093 6302-093 STANLEY Prelateral No 28 transitional fore plane. Type 6 - last prelateral very clear eagle mark on toe wood very clean japanning close to 100prct light surface rust on cutter. Good plus JW 117 40 80 PHOTO
6302-094 6302-094   STANLEY No 28 transitional fore plane. Type 13 but with T mark on cutter wood has wear but no major damage some roughness on tote edge. Good CP 29 25 50 PHOTO
6302-095 6302-095 MATHIESON wedge arm plow plane. Super clean red beech body fence and arms brass tips on arms very clear A. MATHIESON and SON GLASGOW and EDINBURGH mark with crescent moon on toe along with owner mark arm wedges look original only apology is that cutter wedge is chewed up. Depth stop. Good CDE 1910 90 180 PHOTO
6302-096 6302-096 WARD infill bench plane. Stunning plane with steel body stuffed with ebony 7.75in sole W.F. Ward mark on cutter. Wood has beautiful patina. Top shelf. Fine CDE 2500 200 400 PHOTO
6302-097 6302-097 MARPLES wooden jack plane. 18in sole clear Marples mark on cutter large chip out of rear edge of body wood has oxidized and doesnt detract from appearance. Some pitting on underside of cutter but doesnt affect edge. A very attractive plane. Good CDE 1849 75 150 PHOTO
6302-098 6302-098 German horned scrub plane. 8 1-2in x 1.75in sole. Cutter is 1 1-8in and rounded from sharpening with German mark. These planes also called Bismarck planes were used for roughing-out. Attractive and well-patinated wood body. Large chip out of wedge. Good CDE 1906 50 100 PHOTO
6302-099 6302-099 German bench plane . 8 1-4in by 2 1-4in sole. Unmistakably German in design despite the English iron. Body has decorative lines scribed around the edges and is a beautiful piece of wood with mild dinging but no serious damage. A pleasure to look at. Good plus CDE 1895 90 180 PHOTO
6302-100 6302-100 HEARNSHAW handled jointer plane. 29in sole. Beautiful piece of light colored wood with reddish tinge no flaws in wood or tote. Ivory or bone strike button. A stunning plane. Fine CDE 1801 150 300 PHOTO
6302-101 6302-101 Handled jointer plane. 18in sole. Dark and well patinated wood. No makers mark on body but cutter significant surface rust has a mark that looks like a bird of some kind and an olive branch. Wear plate in front of throat is missing. Good minus CDE 1496 50 100 PHOTO
6302-102 6302-102 KEEN KUTTER wooden bench plane. No mark on body but cutter has KK mark - difficult to see due to significant surface rust. About half the finish has worn off the tote would need to be refinished. Good minus BB 180 20 40 PHOTO
6302-103 6302-103 Signed dado plane. Beech. 7-8in sole. Cutter doesnt extend through the entire body so may be broken off. Signature looks like it starts it John but too worn to read. Good minus UNK 101 10 25 PHOTO
6302-104 6302-104 SANDUSKY No 106-and-a-half tongue cutting plane. One half of screw arm moving plank match planes. Very clean overall condition couple of small chips on the threads. Wedge has minor wear good knurling around knobs. Small area of staining on body. Good BMH 2 20 40 PHOTO
6302-105 6302-105 SANDUSKY No 108 tongue cutting plane. One half of screw arm moving plank match planes. Very clean overall condition threads intact. Wedge has minor wear good knurling around knobs with small chips. Boxed. Good DUP 335 20 40 PHOTO
6302-106 6302-106 User-made wooden jointer plane. 18 1-2in sole large hand-forged wingnut for adjustment Globe Mfg. iron copper reinforcing strip around toe. Strike button. Well used some splits in body and rough edge to tote. Good BB 257 20 40 PHOTO
6302-107 6302-107 SANDUSKY coffin shaped bench plane. 8in sole one chip from edge of wedge otherwise just normal toolbox dinging nice patina. Good BHM 261 30 60 PHOTO
6302-108 6302-108 English coopers shave. Dark well-patinated wood looks like walnut. Overall dinging but no serious damage. Cutter is marked with a Sheffield maker first letters look like H. Roger. Good CDE 2092 40 80 PHOTO
6302-109 6302-109 SARGENT No 3417 bench plane. SARGENT VBM mark 9in sole some staining and roughness on body japanning about 75prct. Good minus CDE 1905 20 40 PHOTO
6302-110 6302-110 FIELDS wedge arm filletster plane. Beech intact boxing made by [Fields] of Nottingham body is in very good condition with slight chipping around rear arm all wedges appear original brass depth stop and nicker brass tips. Wedge arm filletsters by any English maker are rare and this is a rare maker. Very nice plane. Good plus CDE 1909 150 300 PHOTO
6302-111 6302-111 Toothing plane. Coffin shaped with 7 1-4in sole. Good body with slight chipping on wedge. Proper Moulson Bros. toothed cutter. Good CDE 1904 30 60 PHOTO
6302-112 6302-112 MCOPELAND coffin smoother. Good beech body with very little dinging and no chips or splits. Wm. Ash cutter. 7in sole. Good CGN 117 30 60 PHOTO
6302-113 6302-113 German bench plane . 10in x 2 3-4in sole. Top of horn is split off but old break. I. Lingenberg and Sohn cutter. Good CDE 1900 20 40 PHOTO
6302-114 6302-114 Low-angle bench plane. 11in x 2 3-4in sole. Good W. Butcher iron. Light overall dinging but no major damage. Unusual design. Good CDE 1897 30 60 PHOTO
6302-115 6302-115 English compass plane. 7 1-2in convex sole. HEARNSHAW BROS. of Sheffield cutter with surface rust but no pitting. Overall dinging but no major damage. Good CDE 1899 30 60 PHOTO
6302-116 6302-116 CASEY CLARK and CO molding plane. Unusually large handled molding plane that cuts a 1 1-2in quarter-round cove with an astragal. 16in overall length. Good clean overall condition noting some roughness at the toe. Good DWH 34 50 100 PHOTO
6302-117 6302-117 Razee body jointer plane. 26in length. Dark wood good overall body wedge tote and strike button some light dinging but no damage. Has a SARGENT cutter but looks like different name on toe - too faded to read. Toe also marked 05. Good DWH 91 50 100 PHOTO
6302-118 6302-118 Continental style bench plane. Probably white beech - body and wedge very clean and almost unused. Wedge probably a replacement. It was purchased in Lima Peru and the cutter made from an old jeep spring. Good DWH 57 20 40 PHOTO
6302-119 6302-119 Coffin smoother. JAMES CO. cutter - badly spalled at end. 8 1-4in sole. Decent overall condition. Godo DWH 30 15 30 PHOTO
6302-120 6302-120 BENSON and MOCKRIDGE molding plane. Looks like a quirk ovolo. Intact boxing very clean body and cutter. Two star mark in AWP. Good plus CGN 147 30 60 PHOTO
6302-121 6302-121 AUBURN TOOL CO hollow molding plane. 1 5-8in shallow hollow with brass plate at one side of mouth. Stamped 20 on heel. Body in various clean condition slight roughness on wedge and surface rust on cutter. Good TKY 75 30 60 PHOTO
6302-122 6302-122 ARROWMAMETT matched N 16 hollow and round pair. 1 1-8in width very clean with only minimal surface rust on cutters. Type C mark in AWP. Good plus TKY 96.97 45 90 PHOTO
6302-123 6302-123 N SPAULDING molding plane. Ogee with bevels on each end. Spaulding worked in Ithaca NY circa 1850. Very clean with almost no dinging wedge unusually good. Owners mark and two stars on toe. Good TKY 100 30 60 PHOTO
6302-124 6302-124 JH LAMB molding plane. Cuts 1-8in cover with fillet. Very clean overall condition. Lamb was a New Bedford maker and brother of Charles Lamb. Good TKY 76 25 50 PHOTO
6302-125 6302-125 JW FARR molding plane. 1-2in side bead boxed. A mark in AWP. Farr worked in New York City and Brooklyn. Dark wood with prominent straight grain very clean with one minor chip. Good TKY 101 30 60 PHOTO
6302-126 6302-126 A MILLER molding plane. Ogee with quirk and bevel. Boxed. Rare New York maker AWP reports only one example. Some damage to edge of toe but otherwise very clean. Good TKY 88 40 80 PHOTO
6302-127 6302-127 A MARR Rounding plane. Shallow 1 1-2in round J. Webster looks like owners mark stamped over what looks like A. Marr not listed in AWP could be English. Some damage to top but otherwise in good overall shape. Good TKY 79 20 40 PHOTO
6302-128 6302-128 DOSCHER PLANE and TOOL rounding plane. 1 1-4in shallow round like table round. Marked on heel 1 1-4 and No. 18. Chip out of wedge heel has been hit with hammer to loosen wedge otherwise good. Good TKY 77 20 40 PHOTO
6302-129 6302-129 AUBURN TOOL CO rounding plane. 1 1-4in round marked 16 and No. 180 on heel. Two holes drilled through body and partly plugged maybe to attach fence Otherwise very clean wedge undamaged. Good TKY 78 30 60 PHOTO
6302-130 6302-130 AUBURN TOOL CO rounding plane. 3-4in round marked 10 on heel. Owners name stamped across Auburn mark on toe. Extra clean almost no dinging and good wedge. Good plus TKY 69 30 60 PHOTO
6302-131 6302-131 WAY and SHERMAN tongue cutting plane. Cuts a 3-8in tongue 1-4in from edge of plank. Marked 6-8in on heel. Dark well-patinated wood looks like walnut very clean. Way and Sherman was a New York hardware dealer two stars in AWP. Good TKY 85 30 60 PHOTO
6302-132 6302-132 BENSEN and CRANNELL rounding plane . 3-4in rounder marked 10 on heel. Shallow hole bored in heel and filled in. Very clean body some staining on end of wedge. Good TKY 86 30 60 PHOTO
6302-133 6302-133 JW FARR side rabbet plane. Unusual plane used to finish the side wall of a groove or rabbet. Usually sold in pairs this has the cutter on the right side. Has the type A Farr mark with N. York also second mark - M.G. Parsel - that must have been owner. Extra clean wood and wedge. Unusual. Good TKY 90 40 80 PHOTO
6302-134 6302-134 MARTEN DOSCHER rounding plane. 1 1-4in rounder. Very clean body with a couple of shallow gouges in one side. Doscher was a New York hardware dealer in the late 1800s. Good TKY 70 25 50 PHOTO
6302-135 6302-135 ENSENORE WORKS tongue cutting plane. Cuts a quarter inch tongue 1-4in from plank edge. Iron lined fence. Marked 5-8 on heel. Ensenore was a trademark of Owasco Tool Co. of New York. Very clean owner stamp on side of wedge. Good TKY 80 25 50 PHOTO
6302-136 6302-136 HAMMACHER SCHLEMMER rounding plane. Narrow 1-4in rounder. Before Hammacher Schlemmer became the ultimate yuppie store it was a normal hardware dealer in New York. A couple of deep scratches but otherwise good. Good TKY 91 30 60 PHOTO
6302-137 6302-137 AUBURN TOOL CO rounding plane. 3-4in rounder marked 12 and 180 on heel. Wood is darkened with one long scratch but otherwise good very clean wedge. Good DWH 21 30 60 PHOTO
6302-138 6302-138 CASEY and CO hollow molding plane. 1 1-2in hollow marked 18 and No. 180 on heel. One of many imprints of George Casey who made planes with various partners all using prison labor in Auburn NY. Mark 1 star is faint but readable body and wedge very clean. Good DWH 20 30 60 PHOTO
6302-139 6302-139 AUBURN TOOL CO handled groove cutter. Cuts a 1-4in groove in the middle of a 1 1-2in plank probably originally paired with a tongue cutter. Unusual to find these with totes. Wood has staining but no major damage a little roughness along edge of tote. Strip of tin nailed along inside fence presumably by owner. Good DWH 2 30 60 PHOTO
6302-140 6302-140 A HOWLAND and CO skew rabbet plane. Cuts 1 1-4in rabbet marked with 181 on heel. Wood is darkened and a few dings a couple of inactive worm holes. A. Howland and Co. NY mark. Good DWH 27 30 60 PHOTO
6302-141 6302-141 A HOWLAND and CO cove plane. Cuts a 1-2in cove. Fixed fence. Escapement kind of rough like someone tried to enlarge it. A couple of holes drilled in sole not sure what for. Large user initials on side and some paint on wedge. Good minus DWH 23 20 40 PHOTO
6302-142 6302-142 AUBURN TOOL CO complex molding plane. Lying ogee with bevels on both ends. Marked in3-8in and 126 on heel. Very clean with minimal dinging. Good DWH 24 30 60 PHOTO
6302-143 6302-143 Tongue cutting plane. Mark is a mystery. Top line looks like Albany and bottom looks like Hartford but both very faint. Cuts a quarter inch groove in a 1in plan Stamped 8 Wood is dark and worn with a few dings. Good minus DWH 25 15 30 PHOTO
6302-144 6302-144 GWROGERS complex molding plane. Rogers of Dundee NY was the co-patentee on the Tidey Double Beveling Plane. His mark is very rare - AWP cites not enough examples to rate it. This is an unusually wide - 2 3-4in - molder with an ogee beak and quirk. Theres a hole through the body that indicates that there was once a handle to assist in pushing it. Missing the handle but still a very rare plane in excellent condition. Good DWH 7 60 120 PHOTO
6302-145 6302-145 AUBURN TOOL CO hollow molding plane. Narrow 1-4in hollow. 180 and 2 stamped on heel. Very clean body some roughness on wedge. Mark faint but readable. Good DWH 26 25 50 PHOTO
6302-146 6302-146 N SPAULDING complex molder with fence. Cuts an ogee with bevel but the unusual feature is the attached fence which appears original to hold the plane at the proper angle. Extends 2 1-2in in front and rear of plane. Unusual plane in good condition noting a big chip from the end of the wedge. Spauldings Ithaca mark. Good DWH 58 50 100 PHOTO
6302-147 6302-147 SPEAR and JACKSON rip saw. 5 tpi. A few dings on the handle but the etching on blade is immaculate - practically unused. Spear and Jackson 82 mark. Fine JAR 101 40 80 PHOTO
6302-148 6302-148 DISSTON D-23 crosscut saw. Handle in very good condition blade has some surface corrosion but etching complete and clear. Good JAR 102 30 60 PHOTO
6302-149 6302-149 MARSHALL-WELLS ZENITH high speed saw. Good applewood handle with immaculate medallion 9 tpi combination teeth blade has some surface corrosion but very clear etching including price $5 owners name also etched on blade. Good CRT 120 40 80 PHOTO
6302-150 6302-150 DISSTON No 344 crosscut saw. Marked For Metal or Wood handle a little dirty but no chips or gouges very clear etching on blade. Good TKY 19 30 60 PHOTO
6302-151 6302-151 DISSTON steel back saw. 14in blade clear marking on back blade etching faint but readable good handle. Good TKY 28 40 80 PHOTO
6302-152 6302-152 WB SEARS steel back saw. Split nuts clear medallion small chip out of handle good mark - W.B. Sears Middleton NY on back no visible etching on blade split nuts 12in blade with light surface rust. Good TKY 34 40 80 PHOTO
6302-153 6302-153 Saw with copper reinforced handle. No maker visible on handle or blade. 8 tpi. Good handle attached to blade with copper straps looks factory done. Good TKY 26 20 40 PHOTO
6302-154 6302-154 Cast iron handled saw. No visible etching on blade or makers mark. 3 1-2 tpi. Original cast iron handle has surface rust but no pitting or damage. Good TKY 1 30 60 PHOTO
6302-155 6302-155 DISSTON saw. Not sure what this was used for. Short 16in blade with steep curve 7 tpi handle looks like rosewood worn with some light chipping along edge. Disston medallion. 1934 stamped on blade. Good TKY 32 20 40 PHOTO
6302-156 6302-156 Combination tooth plane. No visible etching on blade or makers mark. Medallion just says warranted superior. 20in blade 7 tpi good handle. Good TKY 23 20 40 PHOTO
6302-157 6302-157 J B DARLINGTON steel back saw. J.B. Darlington was a mark used by HARVEY PEACE. 12in blade with surface oxidation but no pitting. Rare small medallion patented 12-31-1867 split nuts. Good ZOM 48 30 60 PHOTO
6302-158 6302-158 Lot of two London-pattern steel backsaws. One marked JACKSON the other MOULSON BROS.. Both have surface rust and the Moulson Bros has some pitting. Significant wear to handles. Good minus BB 205.210 20 40 PHOTO
6302-159 6302-159 DISSTON No 9 crosscut saw. Early Disston. 11 tpi. Good etching on blade. Handle worn with split at medallion. Good minus TKY 21 15 30 PHOTO
6302-160 6302-160 SIMMONDS crosscut saw. Blade has surface corrosion and etching only about half visible. 8 tpi. Handle worn with some minor hips but horns intact good wheatsheaf. Large Simmonds Mfg 200 medallion. Good TKY 16 20 40 PHOTO
6302-161 6302-161 Lot of two keyhole saws. One has etching on blade that looks like Milford and Made in USA the other one is unmarked. First has wingnut attachment for exchangeable blades. Good users. Good TKY 24.35 20 40 PHOTO
6302-162 6302-162 Rip saw with steel plate on handle. No discernible etching on blade and no maker mark but the steel reinforcing plate looks like original and not a user addition. 4 1-2 tpi. Large chip has been broken out of upper horn and re-glued handle looks like rosewood. Good TKY 7 20 40 PHOTO
6302-163 6302-163 BLUE GRASS saw. 8 tpi. Etching on blade is faint but discernible. Good fruitwood handle with wheatsheaf and only minor scratches warranted superior medallion. Good TKY 14 20 40 PHOTO
6302-164 6302-164 KEEN KUTTER rip saw. 6 tpi. Keen Kutter etching on blade is faint but discernible but good KK medallion. Handle solid with one old chip off lower horn and good wheatsheaf. Good TKY 15 25 50 PHOTO
6302-165 6302-165 ECLIPSE No 55 hacksaw. A different type of hacksaw. Instead of being stretched the hacksaw blade is mounted along the edge of a fixed saw blade. Aluminum handle made in Sheffield and marked with UK patent. Demonstrates why no one has ever improved on the design of the hacksaw. Definitely different. Good TKY 38 30 60 PHOTO
6302-166 6302-166 SPEAR and JACKSON steel back saw. Blade is good but has been sharpened a lot handle intact but with serious wear split nuts. A project saw. Good minus TKY 36 15 30 PHOTO
6302-167 6302-167 Lot of three saws. One unmarked stair saw split nuts and hawksbill handle but serious rust and light pitting and two crosscuts with split nuts and good handles but unreadable blade etching. Good minus TKY 17.33.37 20 40 PHOTO
6302-168 6302-168 STANLEY H-1297 level mint IOB. Aluminum 24in stock with blue japanning features 360 vials covered by 1964 patent. Dead mint in original box with instructions. Mint CRT 8 50 100 PHOTO
6302-169 6302-169 STANLEY No 237 machinists level IOB. 24in model with eclipse vial covers marked with notched rectangle. Box is missing its end flaps level itself near mint. Fine CRT 7 50 100 PHOTO
6302-170 6302-170 STANLEY EAIA commemorative level mint IOB. Stanleys 42-324 masons level 24in brass bound cherry stock model produced for EAIA 50th anniversary in 1983 and marked with EAIA seal box solid and ends ragged but complete. Mint ZOM 537 50 100 PHOTO
6302-171 6302-171 STANLEY No 42-325 level mint IOB. Aluminum 24in stock with dark maroon japanning features 360 vials covered by 1964 patent. Dead mint in original box with instructions. Mint CRT 9 50 100 PHOTO
6302-172 6302-172 STANLEY No 3L cherry level mint IOB. Carpenters level manufactured in 1960s with cherry stock and brass tips upgrade of the original No. 3. Even the box is mint on this one. Mint CRT 11 30 60 PHOTO
6302-173 6302-173 STANLEY H-313 aluminum level IOB. 24in aluminum stock with dark blue japanning level is close to mint box is missing end flaps. Fine CRT 10 30 60 PHOTO
6302-174 6302-174 STANLEY Handyman No H-1293 aluminum metal. Aluminum 24in frame with red japanning only a couple of small dings keep it from mint. Fine CRT 187 30 60 PHOTO
6302-175 6302-175 STARRETT No 98 shafting level IOB. Heavy iron machinists level with cross vial. Japanning and vial covers are perfect but unfortunately the vial is cracked and dry Youd need to replace the vial to use but it looks good enough to display as is. Box is ragged with taped ends but complete. Fair CRT 22 20 40 PHOTO
6302-176 6302-176 CHAPIN-STEPEHENS No 508 inclinometer. 28in cherry stock with adjustable boxwood inclinometer dial. Stock on this one has a lot of scratches but the edges are sharp and vials wet. Perfect for the level restorers. Good ZOM 354 40 80 PHOTO
6302-177 6302-177 PHVOGEL aluminum level. Patented in 1919 and sold for a short period by the Vogel company of New Britain which was sold to Chapin-Stephens and ultimately acquired by Stanley which sold them as No. 231. The ones with the original Vogel mark are rarest. 24in aluminum frame with brass web. Good plus CRT 80 80 160 PHOTO
6302-178 6302-178 Lot of two levels. A STANLEY No. 237 aluminum 24in model with sweet hart mark on eclipse vial covers owners name stamped on top rail and a KEEN KUTTER No. KK 3 28in cherry stock with brass end plates. All vials wet. Good CRT 21.79 45 90 PHOTO
6302-179 6302-179 Hudson River style level. 30in heavy stock probably Cuban mahogany faced mounted adjustable vials with knurled edges and top vial 2 hang holes some gouging on face of stock vials wet. Good ZOM 382 30 60 PHOTO
6302-180 6302-180 KEEN KUTTER No KK 30 level plus bonus level. KEEN KUTTER No. KK 30 level with 30in cherry stock and adjustable face-mounted vials in addition to top vial. A few minor scratches on stock very sharp edges metal has some light corrosion but easily cleanable. All vials wet. Plus an 18in STANLEY No. 36G complete but with a fair amount of rust and a couple of extra holes drilled in it. Good plus is for the Keen Kutter. Good and Good plus ALV 493 40 80 PHOTO
6302-181 6302-181 Lot of four STANLEY levels. Early 13in No. 36 with no vial covers later model 24in 3G 24in nickel-plated No. 37 and 14in cherry No. 102. All in good to fine condition. Good and better GNM 050.131 50 100 PHOTO
6302-182 6302-182 BAKER MCMILLAN AKRON No 03 level. A good example of the Akron line of levels with the distinctive protective tube based on Henry Jaspers 1887 patent. 28in cherry stock in good condition face mounted plumb vial brass tips and top vial plate all very clean. Good ALV 494 40 80 PHOTO
6302-183 6302-183 STARRETT No 97 shafting level IOB. The uncommon 18in size in pristine condition japanning immaculate and without a trace of rust original finger-jointed wood box with sliding lid and faded original level. Fine CGN 36 70 140 PHOTO
6302-184 6302-184 Lot of three STANLEY levels. A 24in No. 9 with cherry body and brass tips decent overall condition with a number of scratches and edges rounded one adjustment screw cover missing. Plus 9in torpedo levels No. 264 aluminum model with shafting groove and No. 259. Good DWH 52.53.88 20 40 PHOTO
6302-185 6302-185 STANLEY No 1 try square and mitre. 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. This is the 6in model with the sweet hart mark. Some schmutz on the surface but overall clean. Good GNM 72 20 40 PHOTO
6302-186 6302-186 STANLEY No 10 infill try square. The most attractive of the Stanley try squares with a cast iron frame and rosewood infill for the handle. 7in blade no trace of graduations. The book doesnt say that these were offered without graduations but I dont think it ever had them. Good plus GNM 73 40 80 PHOTO
6302-187 6302-187 STANLEY No 16 mitre square. A little light discoloration on the 8in blade but the handle is immaculate. Good plus GNM 78 20 40 PHOTO
6302-188 6302-188 Super clean STANLEY No 20 try square. 10in blade. Bluing completely intact handle immaculate only a couple of imperceptible scratches stand between this and mint. Fine GNM 76 20 40 PHOTO
6302-189 6302-189 Lot of two STANLEY No 12 try squares. 12in model in very clean condition a little discoloration on blade but completely readable. Plus a 6in model with sweet hart mark a little more rust and some reddish paint on the handle but perfect user. Good GNM 74.77 30 60 PHOTO
6302-190 6302-190 Extra fine STANLEY No 12 try square. Immaculate blued blade with the cross-hatched handle with orange Stanley mark and notched rectangle that mark the post-WWII models. Just a hairs breadth from mint. Fine GNM 75 30 60 PHOTO
6302-191 6302-191 STANLEY No 2 try square. The earliest version of the Stanley try square with handle attached by two rivets surrounded by lead. 4in blade. In 1888 Stanley switched to the more common three-rivet construction and re-designated it the No. 12. Unmarked as was common for these early models. Good plus GNM 71 50 100 PHOTO
6302-192 6302-192 STANLEY No 21 combination square. 12in version graduated in 1-32in. A little light surface corrosion but otherwise very clean. Good GNM 82 20 40 PHOTO
6302-193 6302-193 STANLEY No 21 combination square. 9in version with sweet hart mark super clean. Good plus GNM 81 25 50 PHOTO
6302-194 6302-194 Lot of two smaller STANLEY No 21 combination square. 7in with sweet hart mark and 6in with vee mark and patent appld for a little worn but still perfectly usable 6in has a replacement locking nut. Good GNM 80.80a 30 60 PHOTO
6302-195 6302-195 STANLEY No 21 combination square. We wrap up the parade of No. 21s with the baby of the bunch the 6in which is one of the least common. Sweet hart mark a little nickel flaking but almost imperceptible. Collect them all. Good GNM 79 25 50 PHOTO
6302-196 6302-196 3in try square. No maker marked but has three brass diamonds on the rosewood handle and 3in try squares of this vintage by any maker are scarce to rare. Blade is discolored by not pitted and doesnt seem to have graduations brass strip along the handle. Good DWH 41 30 60 PHOTO
6302-197 6302-197 SAJONES and CO mortise gauge. Solomon Jones made gauges in Hartford CT in the first half of at the 19th century His gauges are well made and scarce. This is a boxwood version with internal screw points are still sharp and the gauge is in good clean condition with a little staining and a few scratches. Good DWH 36 50 100 PHOTO
6302-198 6302-198 STANLEY No 66 marking gauge. Rosewood stem and oval head brass mustache plate marked only with patent date as was common. Wood is well used with scratches and wear but straight and with good point. Good DWH 38 10 30 PHOTO
6302-199 6302-199 Lot of three marking gauges. None marked one with brass screw and two with wood stems all straight points worn down but still usable on two of them. Good DWH 35.37.39 20 40 PHOTO
6302-200 6302-200 Lot of two butt gauges. A STANLEY No. 95 and a much rarer STEARNS No. 85. Both in very clean condition with no missing parts no chipped corners and nickel plating close to 100prct. Good plus CRT 64.135 30 60 PHOTO
6302-201 6302-201 Lot of two marking gauges. Unmarked STANLEY NO. 166 in good condition rosewood with brass double curve faceplate and rosewood with what looks like bone plate along the bottom of the shaft and the face. Good JFR 69.70 20 40 PHOTO
6302-202 6302-202 STANLEY No 93 butt gauge. Notched rectangle mark. Nickel plating has a few patches of surface corrosion but is basically complete good sharp points. Good SKR 30 10 30 PHOTO
6302-203 6302-203 Lot of four measuring tools. GENERAL HARDWARE No. 16 combination gauge square and center finder and 6in rule with square head and pocket clip and 2 STARRET rules No. C316R and No. 10 GRAD. Good plus SKR 41.44.46.36 20 40 PHOTO
6302-204 6302-204 KUKER-RANKIN sighting level. Handheld sighting level patented by Otto Kuker of Seattle on New Years Eve 1929 and manufactured by the Kuker-Rankin Co. of Seattle. The black paint over the brass tube has some missing patches but the optics are clear and the original leather pouch is immaculate. Good plus GNM 47 20 40 PHOTO
6302-205 6302-205 STANLEY No 1 Odd-Jobs. Stanleys iconic combination layout tool advertised as 10 tools in one. This is the Type 1 in immaculate condition and in addition to having Halls original 1888 patent cast in the front has Hall and Trauts 1888 patent stamped on the rear which is very unusual. Everyone needs a Odd-Jobs and this is a very nice one. Fine GNM 55 50 100 PHOTO
6302-206 6302-206 Lot of two STANLEY No 58 dividers. 8in models with pencil holder and notched rectangle mark. In near mint condition. Fine GNM 111 40 80 PHOTO
6302-207 6302-207 STANLEY No 34V machinists level. 4in version with notched rectangle mark. Uncommon size. Nickel a little flaked around the base but otherwise in good condition. Good GNM 128 30 60 PHOTO
6302-208 6302-208 Lot of four STANLEY marking tools. No. 8 pencil clasp to go with trammel point sets 250 bevel grinding gauge for plane irons not marked Stanley both In like new condition. Plus two junker marking gauges No. 61 and 62 one has stripped locking screw and the other has a replacement. Good plus gauges fair GNM 83.47 20 40 PHOTO
6302-209 6302-209 STANLEY No 78-and-a-half fourfold rule. A little soiled and pins missing but clearly readable and one of the rarer rules. Straight and tight joints. Good DUP 223 30 60 PHOTO
6302-210 6302-210 Lot of miscellaneous rules. Small slide rule by Frederick Post No. 1444K in original worn leather pouch and five rules two 6in and 3-12in with various markings. One by Stanley of London and one by A.G. Thornton of Manchester several marked engine divided and some marked in chains so for surveying use Good and better DUP 186 10 20 PHOTO
6302-211 6302-211 MILLERS FALLS tool handle. 7in rosewood handle 7 tools in handle in way above average condition. Good plus GNM 146 30 60 PHOTO
6302-212 6302-212 Tool handle. Unmarked with 6in rosewood handle overall dinging but no serious damage with a good set of eight tools in the handle. Good ELM 18 25 50 PHOTO
6302-213 6302-213 MILLERS FALLS tool handle. 4in rosewood handle good clean collection of nine tools in handle. Good plus GNM 147 35 70 PHOTO
6302-214 6302-214 STANLEY No 305 tool handle. Stanleys smallest tool handle at 4 1-4in this is the version with the rosewood handle and sweet hart mark in very clean condition with all 12 tools present. Good plus GNM 148 40 80 PHOTO
6302-215 6302-215 STANLEY No 305 tool handle. Not marked but appears to be the cocobolo handle version of the 305 some scratches to the metal and missing 2 of the 12 tools. Good GNM 149 25 50 PHOTO
6302-216 6302-216 J BRITTON and SON tool handle. 4in hardwood handle with brass collar marked faintly J. BRITTON and SON STOUGH MASS SOLE MFGS. Design is identical to Stanley 305. 11 of 12 tools are present. Overall dinging and some specks of paint. Good UNK 102 25 50 PHOTO
6302-217 6302-217 Lot of two STANLEY Hurwood tools. No. 7 scratch awl with sweet hart mark dinged and mark just visible and No. 45 4 1-4in screwdriver with notched rectangle. Good GNM 116.121 15 30 PHOTO
6302-218 6302-218 BILLINGS patent screwdriver. Patented 1896 by Charles Billings of Billings and Spencer. Clever design with four different size blades that slide out of handle. Finish on wooden handle is worn but otherwise good condition. Good PFF 822 20 40 PHOTO
6302-219 6302-219 Set of 5 JS ADDIS and SONS carving tool . Sharp and clean with unmarred wooden handles. Fine GNM 105 40 80 PHOTO
6302-220 6302-220 Set of STANLEY cornering tools. No. 28 1-16 and 1-8 and No. 29 1-4 and 3-8. Like new. Fine GNM 150 20 40 PHOTO
6302-221 6302-221 Set of three STANLEY No 86 cabinetmakers screwdrivers. Not marked with model numbers but look like the No. 86 overall lengths 17in 12 1-2in and 11in. Two with sweet hart marks one with vee mark. Super clean very minor loss of finish on birch handles. Good plus GNM 118 45 90 PHOTO
6302-222 6302-222 STANLEY rabbet plane iron IOB. 2 1-8 iron for Nos. 10 1 1-4 and 10 1-2. Looks like box intended to hold several irons but only one left in immaculate condition with notched rectangle mark. Box itself is very good with all seams intact. Good plus GNM 144 20 40 PHOTO
6302-223 6302-223 CARBORUNDUM sharpening stone IOB. 4 x 1 3-4 x 5-8 No. 112 stone super clean condition in very good box with instructions on lid. Good plus GNM 30 10 20 PHOTO
6302-224 6302-224 SARGENT tool handle. Patented 8-12-84 by Granville Wright. Not marked with Sargent name but thats who made them. 5 1-2in rosewood handle includes four tools two with broken tips nice clean handle. Good CDE 2295 20 40 PHOTO
6302-225 6302-225 Set of two tool handles. FRAYS patent 8-7-83 and one manufactured by BUELL BROS. and patented by Edgar Buell in 1883. Buell Bros. has four tools in handle closed by swiveling cap but crack in the collar Fray has three tools. Good CDE 2290 25 50 PHOTO
6302-226 6302-226 Lot of four screwdrivers. Heavy-duty PERFECT HANDLE and three unmarked all well used but no major damage. Good CDE 2643.2319.2642.2318 20 40 PHOTO
6302-227 6302-227 Miniature PERFECT HANDLE screwdriver. 3-1-2in long the smallest perfect handle Ive ever seen. In nice clean condition. Good plus CDE 2309 25 50 PHOTO
6302-228 6302-228 NORTH BROS Yankee No 131A reciprocating screwdriver. Made by the North Bros. division after its acquisition by Stanley. These workhorses tend to be pretty beat up but this one is super clean save for a few very minor scratches on the handle. Good plus GNM 137 25 50 PHOTO
6302-229 6302-229 Set of 9 regular and philips bit for YANKEE driver. Sizes 30 and 130. The size 130 fits lot 225 but the others are too small. Good plus GNM 133 20 40 PHOTO
6302-230 6302-230 STANLEY No 610 pistol grip hand drill. Sweet hart mark red paint gone and flaking on nickel. Good minus GNM 177 20 40 PHOTO
6302-231 6302-231 Heavy frame breast drill. Unmarked but these were manufactured. Single speed with solid gear wheel heavy iron frame nice cocobolo head. Good CRT 154 35 70 PHOTO
6302-232 6302-232 RUSBY patent extendible drill. One of the most gimmicky of the breast drills with its extendible neck to fit into tight locations breast pad is missing as it almost always is but otherwise in good condition including often-broken sliding handle catch. Good CRT 151 50 100 PHOTO
6302-233 6302-233 MILLERS FALLS two speed breast drill. Paint on the gear wheel is almost all missing but otherwise in good condition teeth complete good level mounted on shaft. Good CRT 153 25 50 PHOTO
6302-234 6302-234 GOODELL-PRATT iron frame breast drill. Red paint on wheel has crackling but otherwise in good condition handle a little loose. Good CRT 149 25 50 PHOTO
6302-235 6302-235 MILLERS FALLS combination brace and drill. Based on Parsons and Lelands 1909 patent this one has substantial surface rust but is all there in working order and could be cleaned up. Good CRT 143 30 60 PHOTO
6302-236 6302-236 FRAY No 4166 ratcheting brace. Not marked with Fray name but typical of Fray construction rosewood head and grip with pewter rings with the interlocking jaw chuck that was Frays earliest patent. Very clean and works smoothly. 14in sweep. Good plus CDE 739 40 80 PHOTO
6302-237 6302-237 FRAY No 126 ratcheting brace. Manufactured by Fray prior to its acquisition by Stanley with Frays 1872 chuck patent good clean rosewood head and handle clearly marked with no rust. 12in sweep. Good plus CDE 731 40 80 PHOTO
6302-238 6302-238 MILLER FALS No 8131A master ratchet brace. Cocobolo head and grip with Leland patent master chuck concealed ratchet good clean overall condition. 12in sweep. Good CDE 578 25 50 PHOTO
6302-239 6302-239 Steel brace. Marked only Steel 14 square chuck with locking thumbscrew rosewood head with tight cracks solid steel grip 14in sweep. Nice and clean. Good CDE 573 20 40 PHOTO
6302-240 6302-240 Lot of two braces with Barber chucks. A STANLEY No. 966 with 10in sweep and a FRAY No. 12 with 10in sweep and marked Barbers Improved Chuck chuck a little chewed up and a couple of chips on the head. Good CDE 576.567 25 50 PHOTO
6302-241 6302-241 Lot of two steel-headed braces. COMSTOCKs 1852 patent one of the earliest patented braces. Chuck mechanism doesnt work smoothly but brace is in overall clean condition. And an unmarked example with thumbscrew locking chuck. Both have steel heads and no grips both 9in sweep. Good CDE 575.561 30 60 PHOTO
6302-242 6302-242 FRAY No 112 spofford brace. Head and grip show some wear but no major damage metal nice and clean. 11in sweep. Good CDE 256 35 70 PHOTO
6302-243 6302-243 BACKUS No 32 bit brace. Based on Backus 1880 patents. Backus spent as much time fighting patent lawsuits as selling braces but was one of the most prolific of brace inventors. Some surface dinging but overall good condition. 11in sweep. Good CDE 557 30 60 PHOTO
6302-244 6302-244 PEXTO No 820 Sampson brace. Peck Stow and Wilcoxs heavy duty model in super clean condition. 10in sweep. Good plus CDE 577 30 60 PHOTO
6302-245 6302-245 STANLEY No 919 ratcheting brace. Super clean condition with cocobolo handle and grip. 10in sweep. Good plus CDE 245 20 40 PHOTO
6302-246 6302-246 HO WHITE brace. A variation on the 1836 patent of Jeremy Taylor the second oldest American brace patent. These braces were manufactured by one H. O. White who lived near Taylor in Hebron CT. No patent by White has ever been located and this design is very similar to the Taylor design. This one has some light surface pitting but is in good shape for it age and he latch mechanism works smoothly. 8in sweep. Good CDE 302 50 100 PHOTO
6302-247 6302-247 Blacksmith made brace. With handforged wingnut to hold bit and handcarved wooden handle looks like walnut. Unusual 18in sweep. Very attractive primitive brace. Good plus CDE 304 50 100 PHOTO
6302-248 6302-248 Blacksmith made brace. Square chuck with nice large original handforged wingnut to hold bits head has some wear and is a little loose but still works smoothly. 11in throw. Another attractive primitive brace. Good CDE 307 35 75 PHOTO
6302-249 6302-249 English pattern steel brace. Hexagonal body rosewood head on ball bearings spring loaded catch for bits. Makers name looks like RYE and CO. London but is partly obscured by an inconsiderate owners mark. 11in sweep. Very attractive brace. Good CDE 730 45 90 PHOTO
6302-250 6302-250 Lot of two non-ratcheting braces. Both with Barber chucks. One is an HSB andCO. No. 2310 with a 10in sweep the other is an unmarked diminutive model with light frame and 8in sweep. Good CDE 733.734 25 50 PHOTO
6302-251 6302-251 OSGOOD patented ratchet brace. Ratchet mechanism patented by Lester Osgood in1882 and manufactured for a short period by Saxton and Osgood of Buffalo. No markings but an uncommon patented brace in good clean condition. Good CDE 627 50 100 PHOTO
6302-252 6302-252 Heavy duty blacksmith made brace. Extra heavy frame cast iron construction throughout thumbscrew chuck and locking square headed bolt for head. Some light surface pitting but an exceptionally well made and attractive brace. 8in throw. Good plus CDE 629 40 80 PHOTO
6302-253 6302-253 Unmarked brace. This looks manufactured but I dont recognize it. The chuck is rectangular but with keyholes on each end held by a wingnut. Solid steel construction good rosewood head 7in sweep. Good CDE 630 40 80 PHOTO
6302-254 6302-254 Lot of two braces with Barber chucks. SIMMONS Hardware with half-boxed ratchet maple head and grip 10in throw surface rust but works smoothly. And an unmarked non-ratcheting model looks like mark may have been polished out also with maple head and grip and 9in sweep. Good CDE 635 25 50 PHOTO
6302-255 6302-255 PECK STOW and WILCOX brace with Samson type chuck. Brace isnt marked but chuck is early type marked with H.V. Smiths 1895 patent date. Ratchet with exposed flip-up dogs. Rosewood head and grip 12in sweep. Dirty with surface corrosion but would clean up nicely. Good CDE 296 15 30 PHOTO
6302-256 6302-256 FRAY No 106 ratcheting brace. With interlocking jaw chuck and boxed ratchet. Good rosewood handle and grip 10in sweep. Good CDE 314 20 40 PHOTO
6302-257 6302-257 Clamshell chuck brace. These were patented but Im not sure by who. Brace is unmarked in good solid condition with one chip from the head. 9in throw. Good CDE 299 40 80 PHOTO
6302-258 6302-258 PEXTO No 110 brace. High end Pexto ratcheting brace with nickel almost entirely complete very clean cocobolo head and grip 10in sweep. In extra nice condition. Good plus CDE 625 40 80 PHOTO
6302-259 6302-259 Blacksmith made brace. Heavy duty construction with good handforged wingnut to hold bits nice turned wooden head some light surface corrosion and pitting but in overall good condition. 11in sweep. Good CDE 612 25 50 PHOTO
6302-260 6302-260 STREETER patented brace. Marked with Streeters 1855 and 1857 patents for his chuck design No. 2 cast into underside of cast iron handle some light surface corrosion but overall excellent condition for an uncommon patented brace 10in sweep. Good CDE 634 40 80 PHOTO
6302-261 6302-261 Extra large screw augur bit. 1 1-2in diameter and 15in long. Square tang shows some use but still solid. Unmarked. Good CDE 2568 15 30 PHOTO
6302-262 6302-262 Set of augur bits IOB. Three of six were patented by Josiah Bailey of Wilmington OH in 1889 and manufactured by Ohio Tool Co. an uncommon maker. Other three are replacements by other maker. In original flip-top wooden box. Good minus CDE 2160 20 40 PHOTO
6302-263 6302-263 Set of drill bits in wooden box. Complete set of nine small bits 3-8 thru 1-16 with square tangs for use in a bit brace with a logo that I dont recognize - looks like a C in a diamond. Original wood box with sliding lid in very nice condition. Good plus CDE 2164 25 50 PHOTO
6302-264 6302-264 Set of drill bits in wooden box. Same set as lot 264 but the 5-32 bit replaced with a German bit broken off and resharpened and box is in rougher condition. Good CDE 2371 10 20 PHOTO
6302-265 6302-265 Set of augur bits in wooden box. Seven unmarked augur bits in a wooden box with trays for six - someone added an extra No 4. Box is worn but sound bits have some surface oxidation but straight and sharp. Good CDE 2163 15 30 PHOTO
6302-266 6302-266 Mixed set of large augur bits. Two by GREENLEE 1 1-8 and 1in unmarked 2in and two others. Shanks are a little chewed up but sharp and straight. Good CDE 278 15 30 PHOTO
6302-267 6302-267 HIGGINS and LIBBY broad axe. Marked with HandL name also Portland and No. 2. 12in long head 6in wide bit 22in handle is tight and looks original. Good ALV 648 30 60 PHOTO
6302-268 6302-268 Broad axe. Some markings on blade but too pitted to read. One looks like JandH. Surface pitting and rust and one casting flaw. Looks like bottom tip of blade broken off a long time ago. 14in blade 26in handle is solid. Good minus ALV 628 20 40 PHOTO
6302-269 6302-269 OVB broad hatchet. Marked with the Our Very Best marked used by Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett. Super clean looks almost unused. 6in head with 4 1-2in blade good solid 14in handle. Good plus ALV 640 45 90 PHOTO
6302-270 6302-270 Hand forged hatchet. Metal wrapped around to form eye super clean and rust free 4in head and 10in original handle with hang hole. Good plus ALV 68 35 70 PHOTO
6302-271 6302-271 Trade axe. 3J cast into side some surface pitting 5in head and 15in old handle. Good ALV 687 20 40 PHOTO
6302-272 6302-272 Unmarked brush hook axe. Unmarked 4 1-2in blade and 5in hook old 26in handle. Some surface rust but overall clean and sharp. Good ALV 646 30 60 PHOTO
6302-273 6302-273 Every Ready combination tool. Combination hatchet hammer wrench screwdriver and pliers. Marked Farmers Every-Ready Tool Kit. and Drop-Forged Steel. Hatchet blade has a couple of dings in the edge otherwise good. Good ALV 255 20 40 PHOTO
6302-274 6302-274 Unmarked hollowing adze. Square poll head 12in long 11in handle is an old replacement. Surface rust but sound. Good BB 133 20 40 PHOTO
6302-275 6302-275 Polled carpenters adze. Head is 10in with closed crack around eye = maybe casting flaw - and S. Daxworth cast in underside. Handle needs to be shaved to fit. Some assembly required. Good minus CRT 122 20 40 PHOTO
6302-276 6302-276 JAMES HOWARTH broad axe. With Howarths name and Groomspring Works Sheffield: cast in blade along with Hard Steel Head. Surface rust and some paint a few chips from one end of blade. 10in head with 6in blade old 23in handle is coming loose and has old leather collar around the end. Good minus BB 1001 15 30 PHOTO
6302-277 6302-277 Unmarked stepped mortising axe. Solid 9in head with only minimal surface rust. 20in handle looks like an old replacement doesnt go all the way through the eye but solid. Good LEE 935 40 80 PHOTO
6302-278 6302-278 Unmarked double-bitted mortising axe. Surface rust but no significant pitting. Head 13 1-2in overall old 22in handle is a little loose. Good ALV 642 30 60 PHOTO
6302-279 6302-279 CHOPPER 1 patented splitting axe. Has spring-held splitting wedges built into the head. Not old - patented in 1976 - but unusual. Replacement handle. Good plus ALV553 30 60 PHOTO
6302-280 6302-280 Short-handled hewing axe. 8in blade 12in old offset handle trailing edge spalled where it was hammered. Mark looks like I WHIT. could be White but no trace of an e in a semicircle around a 1. Some slight chipping along edge but still sharp and no pitting. Good ALV 644 25 50 PHOTO
6302-281 6302-281 Short-handled mortising axe. Only mark is an S in the casting. 7in head 18in old replacement handle with a crack. Good minus ALV 685 20 40 PHOTO
6302-282 6302-282 NORLUND felling axe. O.A. Norlund Co. made tools and outdoor gear in Lewistown PA in the 1960s. This is a nice example with the Genuine Norlund script trademark minimal surface rust nice sharp edge and original 24in handle. Good plus ALV 625 20 40 PHOTO
6302-283 6302-283 MH JONES New York made broad axe. Good sharp 11 1-2in blade with minimal surface rust original offset handle worn where it protrudes from the eye and loose. Jones made axes in Cohoes NY in the 1870s. Good ALV 694 50 100 PHOTO
6302-284 6302-284 M SELAK bearded coachmakers axe. 10in blade with minimal surface rust 24in replaced handle. The name M. Selak is cast into the head twice. Unusual form. Good ALV 643 60 120 PHOTO
6302-285 6302-285 Lot of three hewing hatchets. STANLEY DEFIANCE with 5 1-4in blade and 16 1-2in original handle with good decal COLLINS Dynamicut with 4 1-2in blade and 15in original handle and unmarked older model with 4 1-2in blade and 15in handle that doesnt fit all the way through the eye. Good and better JAR 26.27.30 40 80 PHOTO
6302-286 6302-286 Unmarked stepped mortising axe. 8 1-2in head with minimal rust old 18 1-2in handle. Good JAR 25 20 40 PHOTO
6302-287 6302-287 Marked bark spud. Has a manufacturers mark but all I can make out is William and Winsi 18in long overall edge has some chips but still solid minimal surface rust. Good JAR 29 20 40 PHOTO
6302-288 6302-288 Large wooden spokeshave. Probably user made with hand-forged rams-head nuts holding the cutter cutter slightly convex with iron sole. Good CDE 2282 30 60 PHOTO
6302-289 6302-289 Lot of two S SMITH and SON spokeshaves. Each is 9in model with 1 3-4in blade held by decorative fence. One is cast iron and has blade marked S.SMITH and SON. Second is unmarked but identical and is japanned japanning mostly gone. Very nicely made shaves by an unusual maker. Good CDE 2215.2656 45 90 PHOTO
6302-290 6302-290 STANLEY No 56-and-a-half coopers shave. Japanning is about 60prct but otherwise clean and complete with early Stanley semi-circular logo. One of Stanleys rarer shaves. Good RSI 289 40 80 PHOTO
6302-291 6302-291 STANLEY No 71 brass rabbeting shave. Has the often-missing fence blade marked with early Stanley semi-circular logo. Rare and excellent. Good plus CDE 2114 60 120 PHOTO
6302-292 6302-292 STANLEY No 60 double shave. With both flat and convex soles. Japanning is 80prct plus with most loss in one spot on rear both blades are clean with sweet hart marks. An unusually nice example. Good plus CDE 2653 30 60 PHOTO
6302-293 6302-293 STANLEY No 151 adjustable shave. Nice and clean with japanning 95prct and notched rectangle mark on blade. Good plus CDE 2214 20 40 PHOTO
6302-294 6302-294 STANLEY No 51 spokeshave Type 1. Type 1 with semi-circular logo on blade eyescrew and no etching on handles. Plus a user-modified No. 52 raised-handle shave with a fence fastened to the sole and scoring on sole vee mark on blade. Good and better CDE 2118.2655 40 80 PHOTO
6302-295 6302-295 Lot of two STANLEY No 51 spokeshaves. Both nice and clean with most japanning and sweet hart marks perfect users. Good and better CDE 2117.2649 30 60 PHOTO
6302-296 6302-296 Reversible flat and hollow spoke shave. One side is a flat blade flip it over and the other side has a hollow blade for round work. Only mark is a 2 dont know who made it but its a darn clever idea. 10in long japanning only about 50prct both blades nice and sharp. Good CDE 2116 40 80 PHOTO
6302-297 6302-297 IP HYDE convex sole spokeshave. Marked with Hydes name and 6 8 1-2in wide open handles cast iron with no trace of japanning. Nice design by unusual maker. Good plus CDE 2652 40 80 PHOTO
6302-298 6302-298 Large wooden handled spokeshave. 15in wide with nice boxwood handles 3in flat blade no mark but nicely made and solid. Good plus CDE 2276 40 80 PHOTO
6302-299 6302-299 MILLERS FALLS round bodied spokeshave. Patented in 1884 by Albert Goodell and manufactured by MF but not assigned a number the cylindrical body and semi-circular blade were intended to allow use on a broader variety of surface than the normal flat blade. 10in long with nice rosewood handles and almost rust free. You cant be a serious MF collector without one of these. Good plus CDE 2283 60 120 PHOTO
6302-300 6302-300 Lot of two BAGSHAW and FIELD adjustable spokeshaves. 11in boxwood model with 2 1-2in blade marked BAGSHAW and FIELD PHILA and also marked 2 and ISMS. The other is unmarked but identical in construction with 10 1-2in rosewood body. Both have brass adjusting screws and brass throat. Good CDE 2198.2275 40 80 PHOTO
6302-301 6302-301 W JOHNSON small wooden spokeshave. 10 1-4in length with light construction wood looks like maple 2in press-in blade nice and sharp clearly marked with Johnsons Newark NJ mark. Good plus CDE 2284 35 70 PHOTO
6302-302 6302-302 Lot of three unsigned wooden spokeshaves. Ranging in lengths from 11 1-4in to 13in two with flat blades and one convex all with press-in blades. Good CDE 2277.2280.2285 40 80 PHOTO
6302-303 6302-303 L and IJ WHITE drawknife. 12in blade marked with the White brothers 1837 Buffalo NY mark and still sharp enough to shave with. Very clean blade good wooden handles with some dings but still solid. Good plus CDE 2395 30 60 PHOTO
6302-304 6302-304 JAMES SWAN CO folding handle drawknife. 9in blade clearly marked with Swan logo no trace of corrosion good handles. Good plus CDE 2109 40 80 PHOTO
6302-305 6302-305 Convex blade drawknife. Partially visible mark REAVE WORKS ELD. Good 6 1-2in blade with no corrosion or pitting good handles with normal dinging. Good CDE 2392 30 40 PHOTO
6302-306 6302-306 DR BARTON barrelmakers shave. Good solid shave marked with Barton name and F2 5in blade metal discolored but not rusted or pitted solid wooden handle. Good CDE 2394 40 80 PHOTO
6302-307 6302-307 Lot of two user-made drawknives. One with fixed handles 7in blade significant surface rust but still sound one shorter with 6in blade one locking wingnut and the other replaced by a square nut. Good CDE 2391.2398 30 60 PHOTO
6302-308 6302-308 Adjustable handle drawknife . Undoubtedly manufactured but only mark - H.L. BOETZ - looks like an owners mark. Toothed mechanism to set angle of the handles seems frozen may just need some lubricant. Good clean 8 1-2in blade good handles. Good CDE 2111 25 50 PHOTO
6302-309 6302-309 PEUGEOT FRERES drawknife. European style with round knobs for handles good clean 5 1-2in blade. Good plus CDE 2114 30 60 PHOTO
6302-310 6302-310 Jennings patent folding handle drawknife. Patented in 1906 by Archer Jennings of Connecticut. Blade is marked with patent date and FULTON 8. 8in blade has some minor pitting but still sharp good boxwood handles. Good CDE 2017 30 60 PHOTO
6302-311 6302-311 Coachmakers router. Unusually long at 20in one fence and a groove to use on the other side good boxwood handle with some minor dinging and one old repair good sharp blade unsigned. Good plus CRT 14 30 60 PHOTO
6302-312 6302-312 Lot of two unsigned coachmakers routers. One with two fences and quirked cutters one with central tooth held by old hand-forged wingnut. Bodies dirty and well used but intact. Good VIN 22.23 20 40 PHOTO
6302-313 6302-313 Lot of two cabinet scrapers. A STANLEY No.80 with sweet hart mark and trace of a decal plus an E.C. STEARNS model with the adjustment screw broken off. Good CDE 2115.2121 30 60 PHOTO
6302-314 6302-314 Lot of two bunghole borers. One 2in diameter one 1 1-2in. Both unsigned with traces of red paint around handles good overall condition. Good CDE 2418.2419 30 60 PHOTO
6302-315 6302-315 IVES patented bunghole borer. Patented by William Ives on 5-23-1871. Ives held a number of parents for bits braces and bung borers. Good plus CDE 2417 30 60 PHOTO
6302-316 6302-316 Large spoon or nose auger. Beautifully turned 14in handle 23in handforged bit still sharp. Good plus CDE 2420 20 40 PHOTO
6302-317 6302-317 Old shipwrights breast auger. 19 1-4in overall with very nicely turned handle head turns smoothly spoon bit with slight chip. A beautiful primitive tool. Good CDE 80 160 PHOTO
6302-318 6302-318 Handforged gimlet. 11 1-2in long overall. 3-4in diameter makers mark cast into bit near handle. Good CDE 1874 20 40 PHOTO
6302-319 6302-319 Lot of two spiral augers. One appears factory made with steel reinforcing plates in the handle but unsigned 1 1-2in diameter an in excellent condition except that the tip is broken off the other looks handforged 1in diameter with surface corrosion and handle worn but all intact. Good CDE 2600.2602 40 80 PHOTO
6302-320 6302-320 Lot of three triangular saw files. One unsigned equilateral triangle the others are by Simonds and Nicholson a variety of handles one looks handmade all clean rust free and ready to use. Good plus JAR 144-146 30 60 PHOTO
6302-321 6302-321 Lot of two large turnscrews. One 25 1-2in one 18 1-2in. Both made from files with surface rust and light pitting larger one has a crack in the handle but still sound. Good ZOM 469 20 40 PHOTO
6302-322 6302-322 Lot of two screwdrivers. One marked Made in England with an interesting screw-holder marked Pat April 1906 but I cant locate the patent. In good condition with worn black paint on handle. And a 5in perfect handle. Good ALV 81.305 20 40 PHOTO
6302-323 6302-323 Lot of two KNAPP and COWLES turnscrews. 14in and 18in both in overall good clean condition handles have some wear but solid and complete. Good CDE 2055.2058 30 60 PHOTO
6302-324 6302-324 Lot of two heavy-duty screwdrivers. 14 1-2in one has unusually heavy shaft rosewood or ebony handle with brass banding well worn 15 1-2in one is marked Drivewell on shaft maple handle with wear but complete. Good CDE 2063.2064 30 60 PHOTO
6302-325 6302-325 MILLERS FALLS No 100 Buck Henry yankee drill. Drill mechanism works smoothly but the cap that turns to store the bits is loose. Just one bit. Red painted handle has some dirt on it but no damage and will clean up. Good CRT 100 20 40 PHOTO
6302-326 6302-326 Lot of two HANDYMAN No 133H yankee drills. Manufactured by North Bros. after its acquisition by Stanley older version with black handle and newer with grey handle red paint a little worn mechanism works smoothly no bits. Good GNM 140 20 40 PHOTO
6302-327 6302-327 ALGOT JOHNSON patented screwdriver. Johnson of Jamestown NY had several patents for screwdrivers and this was his earliest. Made of aluminum with a rod that hinges out from the side to provide additional torque and a locking mechanism. Takes a blade with a hexagonal base. A definite gizmo. Good ALV 258 20 40 PHOTO
6302-328 6302-328 Incomplete set of Millers Falls carving tools IOB . Only 9 of the 12 are present but theyre in good condition clean and sharp with some wear to handles. Box is pretty beat up and dirty but intact. Good minus CRT 33 20 40 PHOTO
6302-329 6302-329 Unsigned slick. 31in overall length 3in blade. Surface rust but handle is solid and blade is sharp. Good JAR 97 20 40 PHOTO
6302-330 6302-330 Heavy duty pigsticker mortising chisel. Old but still razor sharp. Blade is 8 1-2in long and 1-2in wide with a good solid handle. Marked W. Meadley which looks like an owners mark. They dont make them like this anymore. Good plus ALV 204 40 80 PHOTO
6302-331 6302-331 Lot of three BUCK BROS Gouges. One with a broad shallow 1-2in blade plus 3-8in and 1-4in gooseneck gouges. All nice and clean some dings on handles but no splits or chips. Good plus CGN 274-276 35 70 PHOTO
6302-332 6302-332 Set of five THWITHERBY chisels. Made by WINSTED EDGE TOOL WORKS of Winsted Conn. 1 1-4in 3-4in 5-8in 1-2in and 3-8in. Chisels are bright clean and sharp a couple of handles are loose and one is missing. Good COL 0027 30 60 PHOTO
6302-333 6302-333 Turning knife. Brass cone with a knife blade that unfolds from the cone. I think these were used for turning but dont know the details. Unsigned. Good LEE 851 20 40 PHOTO
6302-334 6302-334 Corner chisel. 1in. Old socket handle that has been struck on the end. Blade has some surface rust but no pitting and sharp edge handle good and tight. Good JAR 123 25 50 PHOTO
6302-335 6302-335 Old gouge. 1 1-8in semicircular gouge. Old handle with split and cast iron ring to hold it together bulbous end 21in overall blade has surface rust but no pitting and sharp. Good JAR 107 25 50 PHOTO
6302-336 6302-336 CROWN turning tool. Not sure exactly what this is used for but the turners will know. It has a round blade 1-2in in diameter with the edge on a bevel. I think it’s a type of parting tool. Not old but in beautiful condition. Good plus JAR 122 25 50 PHOTO
6302-337 6302-337 Turners sizing tool. Unmarked and possibly craftsman made with a 2in opening and brass collar held by wingnut. Good JAR 134 30 60 PHOTO
6302-338 6302-338 HEIMBACH patent nut wrench. Patented by Alton Heimbach in 1915 and sold by the LEVER WRENCH CO. of Duluth. Lift the lever on the back to slide the jaws and press down to lock. 10in long version. Jaws a little dinged up but overall good condition. Good ALV 565 30 60 PHOTO
6302-339 6302-339 HEIMBACH patent nut wrench. 8in version of No. 338 a little more dinged but still in good shape. Traces of orange paint inside hang hole. Good ALV 567 30 60 PHOTO
6302-340 6302-340 ANDERSON TURN-MORE wrench. Patented 1906 and sold by ANDERSON COUPLING CO. of Portland CT. Jaws are in very good condition sheet metal handle has some pitting that partly obscures the name. Good ALV 30 60 PHOTO
6302-341 6302-341 BOSTWICK roller pipe wrench. Patented and manufactured by Seymour Bostwick of Chelsea MA. Marked on jaw some slight surface pitting but jaws good nice wooden handle with brass ferrule a little loose. 11in long. A rare wrench in nice condition. Good ALV 573 40 80 PHOTO
6302-342 6302-342 IRLAND automatic pipe wrench. Quick adjusting pipe wrench with jaws operated by lever in handle covered by three patents to David Irland of Boston and manufactured by him 14in long marked with all patents very light surface pitting and discoloration but works smoothly and jaws good. Good plus ALV 505 45 90 PHOTO
6302-343 6302-343 HANDEHAND quick adjusting nut wrench. Manufactured by HandE WRENCH CO. of New Bedford MA very clear trademark smooth working mechanism and jaws in good condition 10in. See Lot 355 for the pipe wrench version. Good plus ALV 503 40 80 PHOTO
6302-344 6302-344 Lot of two quick adjusting wrenches. GELLMAN Polly adjustable marked with Chicago location and patent pending 12in No. 121 version with internal spring slight surface pitting but overall good and a No. 2 BULLARD pipe wrench by Bullard Wrench Co of Providence RI with significant surface rust and pitting but working smoothly and has good jaws. Good ALV 525.584 30 60 PHOTO
6302-345 6302-345 Lot of three adjustable wrenches. DIAMOND TOOL and HORSESHOE CO. of Duluth No. C-711 10in model in close to mint condition Narrojaw model by NATIONAL TOOL DISTRIBUTORS of Toronto traces of old paint and some surface rust slightly dinged and calk tongs designed for horseshoeing patented and manufactured by J. CASPERS of Lancaster WI joint a little loose and a couple of chips from jaw but otherwise good. Good and better ALV 504.532.580 30 60 PHOTO
6302-346 6302-346 BAXTER double headed S-wrench. Unmarked as many are but clearly based on William Baxters original 1868 patent. 10in long overall some surface dinging and corrosion but good overall and works smoothly. Good ALV 502 20 40 PHOTO
6302-347 6302-347 Lot of three adjustable wrenches. German made quick adjust with rotating head screw adjust box end wrench unmarked and may have been spray painted gold with some pitting on one side of handle and pipe wrench with unusual center adjustment unmarked and covered with surface rust but sound. Good ALV 541.568.572 20 40 PHOTO
6302-348 6302-348 Lot of three adjustable wrenches. Lightning wrench by HAMPTON MACHINE and TOOL of Hampton IA Patd Applied for with sliding jaw held by serrated edges and one with a sliding collar to close the jaw that looks manufactured but unmarked painted with old maroon paint. Good ALV 522.518.578 40 0 PHOTO
6302-349 6302-349 BAXTER double-headed wrench. Manufactured by CRESCENT MFG CO. of New York. Very rare 6in size. Light surface corrosion and pitting. Good ALV 566 40 80 PHOTO
6302-350 6302-350 Lot of 2 multi-tools. STEGER Famous eight in one tool by Steger Sales Corp. of Tulsa OK in very clean condition. Plus a 12in combination hammer screwdriver and pliers that is marked with a patent and unreadable name covered with surface rust but sound. Good and better ALV 521.530 50 100 PHOTO
6302-351 6302-351 NEVER-STALL combination tool. Patented in 1909 and manufactured by MATHEWS of Dayton OH with an adjustable nut wrench jaws slightly sprung mounted on the side of plier pry bar and turnscrew at ends of handle. Unusual and graphic combination tool in good condition. Good ALV 246 40 80 PHOTO
6302-352 6302-352 CHAMBERLAIN patentee combination tool. Adjustable nut wrench at one end pliers at the other and a hole to insert die cutters into the head one die included. Very rare combination tool in excellent condition with surface discoloration die has some rust. Patented and manufactured by John Chamberlain of Bismarck ND. Good plus ALV 591 80 160 PHOTO
6302-353 6302-353 WIZARD ratcheting adjustable wrench. Patented in 1907 and manufactured by RICHARDS Mfg. Co. of Aurora IL. Double screw crescent type adjustment on ratcheting head. Some surface discoloration and light corrosion but good overall condition works smoothly and clearly marked. Good ALV 587 60 120 PHOTO
6302-354 6302-354 TRIPLET double ended wrench. Pocket or bicycle wrench with alligator jaws on one end and bolt-adjusted wrench on the other and two tap holder marked patent applied for it was patented by John Anderson in 1913 and manufactured by G.L. HOLT of Hartford and briefly by Stanley good clean overall condition 5 1-2in. Good plus ALV 590 30 60 PHOTO
6302-355 6302-355 HANDEHAND quick adjusting pipe wrench. The pipe wrench version of the wrench manufactured by HandE WRENCH CO. of New Bedford MA. Uses a helical central screw for adjustment. Super clean example almost like new. 13in long. See lot 343 for the nut wrench version. Good plus ALV 219 50 100 PHOTO
6302-356 6302-356 French-style double head coach wrench. Has some unreadable marking old wooden octagonal handle with a split running the length surface rust and jaws slightly sprung but works smoothly. Good minus ALV 508 20 40 PHOTO
6302-357 6302-357 PERFECTION wagon wrench. Patented 1896 and manufactured by George Wood of Southington CT. Had a century of grease and dirt caked on it I got a lot off just with a damp cloth but you may need a solvent for the more stubborn patches. Under it is a nice example of an uncommon wagon wrench with light surface rust mostly on one side. Good ALV 543 25 50 PHOTO
6302-358 6302-358 HD SMITH Perfect Handle crescent wrench. Smith made monkey and open-end wrenches but the crescent wrenches are much less common. 8in good wooden handle dirty jaws sprung. Good minus ALV 583 15 30 PHOTO
6302-359 6302-359 Lot of two unmarked adjustable wrenches. 6in crescent type with unusual center screw adjustment very clean and a 9 1-2in wrench marked only 14 that uses a sliding serrated thumb plate and spring for adjustment surface rust but works smoothly and good jaws. Good ALV 244.523 25 50 PHOTO
6302-360 6302-360 Lot of two adjustable pipe wrenches. GILES patent 1888 manufactured by PLACE MANUFACTURING of Oswego NY which subsequently merged into Oswego Tool 14in. And a 10in One-Hander by CHROMAVAN made in Germany. Both have significant surface dirt and corrosion but work smoothly. Good ALV 91.190 25 50 PHOTO
6302-361 6302-361 REX adjustable nut and pipe wrench. Patented 1894 and manufactured by Charles Vandewater of Auburn NY. Plier-type adjustment with unique level lock and rack adjustment. 9in. Very clean example of a rare adjustable wrench noting some light surface dinging. Good plus ALV 189 70 140 PHOTO
6302-362 6302-362 POLLOCKS AUTOMATIC nut and pipe wrench. Manufactured by Wisconsin Stamped Steel of Madison. Spring-operated rack adjustment. Includes the attachment to convert it to a pipe wrench which is frequently missing. Patent pending. Upper jaw is formed of four sheets of steel instead of a single piece and has a crack that keeps them from aligning properly. Overall surface rust including one spot with deeper pitting. Fair ALV 249 20 40 PHOTO
6302-363 6302-363 GORDON AUTOMATIC quick adjusting nut wrench. Patented by William Gordon in 1921 and manufactured by Gordon Automatic Wrench Co. of Union NJ. Spring loaded rack adjustment mechanism 7in long extra clean with jaws undamaged. Good plus ALV 181 40 80 PHOTO
6302-364 6302-364 Lot of unmarked farm-wagon wrenches. 14in open-end type marked only 3420 13in box end with slot and hook and 9in with triangular socket. Good ALV 495.575.586 20 40 PHOTO
6302-365 6302-365 Lot of three center nut wrenches. A 6in KING DICK in very clean condition a 6in marked SHELLEY with dinged jaws and needs lubrication and a 7in BILLINGS and SPENCER with cracked and sprung lower jaw. Good except B and S ALV 507.509.545 25 50 PHOTO
6302-366 6302-366 Lot of two adjustable monkey wrenches. 6 1-2in wrench by STERLING WRENCH CO. of Sterling OH with distinctive stubby wooden handle with crack marked with Campfields patent for manufacturing the screw rather than any of the Sterlings own patents and Davidsons 2-18-96 patent incorrectly marked 2-28 8in solid metal quick release manufactured by J.H. SHEPARD of Denver both have significant surface rust and some light dinging but are intact and worth cleaning up. Good ALV 533.542 40 80 PHOTO
6302-367 6302-367 French-style double head coach wrench. In very nice condition with only some very light dinging metal clean nice hexagonal wooden handle with a couple of very small cracks and initials HR stamped into it. Good plus ALV 187 35 70 PHOTO
6302-368 6302-368 BAXTER double-headed wrench. Based on Baxters 7-17-1883 patent with the flat oval adjusting screw 8 1-2in metal has significant overall dinging but is intact and works. A rare Baxter wrench. Good ALV 311 45 90 PHOTO
6302-369 6302-369 BOSTON WRENCH CO adjustable nut wrench. Based on Gagnons 1906 patent solid metal 8 1-2in with spring-loaded lower jaw locked in place by a sliding wedge. Some loss of nickel and surface corrosion particularly in the head and a couple of dings in the jaw but mechanism works smoothly. Good ALV 99 40 80 PHOTO
6302-370 6302-370 WINCHESTER knuckle joint block plane. Adjustable throat with brass adjustment knob chip out of throat nickel plating largely rubbed off otherwise solid good Winchester mark on cap and cutter. Good CDE 2345 25 50 PHOTO
6302-371 6302-371 TOWER and LYON black plane. Cutter marked Chaplins Patent as well as TandL name but I dont know what patent is referred to. Adjustable throat lever cutter adjustment some loss of nickel on cap but otherwise nice and clean. Good CDE 1554 25 50 PHOTO
6302-372 6302-372 Lot of two SARGENT block planes. Nice example of No. 217 Sargents workhorse block plane good mark on cutter some wear to japanning on cap and a Sargent Hercules 1107 Sargents low cost line with a large solid adjustment wheel and green japanning worn on cap. Good CDE 1563 20 40 PHOTO
6302-373 6302-373 STANLEY No 60 low angle block plane IOB. Plane is in very nice condition with nickel bright and shiny and good cutter with notched rectangle. Box is very heavily taped but intact. Plane good plus CDE 2570 30 60 PHOTO
6302-374 6302-374 STANLEY No 118 block plane. Designed for shop classes with pressed steel body and captive screws and this one held up pretty well with some loss of paint on the cap and japanning at the toe. Good CDE 2347 25 50 PHOTO
6302-375 6302-375 OHIO TOOL CO No 0120 block plane. Cutter is marked Hickory and that is was manufactured for a hardware company I cant read in Duluth. Good overall condition. Good CDE 1576 25 50 PHOTO
6302-376 6302-376 Lot of two STANLEY No 103 block planes. Both have rounded Stanley Rule and Level marks on cutters which dates them to late 1800s. Japanning worn on caps otherwise in good shape. Good CDE 1559.2348 25 50 PHOTO
6302-377 6302-377 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. A No. 18 sweet hart in very nice condition with nickel only slightly worn on cap and a No. 120 with a lot of rust and japanning mostly gone. Good No. 18 RSI 200.219 30 60 PHOTO
6302-378 6302-378 STANLEYT No 203 block plane. Sweet hart mark on cutter some wear to japanning and a little surface corrosion but overall in good condition. Good RSI 209 20 40 PHOTO
6302-379 6302-379 Lot of three block planes. An OHIO TOOL Co. No. 0220 marked with Marks 8-6-01 patent and two knuckle joint types one in very nice condition with an anvil trademark on the cutter other has some rust the throat has been widened and it has a hole drilled in the sole. Good CDE 1557.1574.2349 30 60 PHOTO
6302-380 6302-380 NORTH BROS Archimedean drill. The type with the round sheet metal knob with a locking lever so it can be used as a driver. Double spiral on shaft so it turns the same way on both strokes. Knob has some dents and missing nickel and the rosewood top knob has a couple of minor chips but otherwise good and works smoothly. 16in long. Good CDE 2103 20 40 PHOTO
6302-381 6302-381 GOODELL-PRATT Archimedean drill. Stained wood sliding knob slides into pins at end to lock the shaft and use as a driver. Double spiral on shaft so it turns the same way on both strokes. Very clean no damage to wood or metal works very smoothly. 16in long. Good plus CDE 2186 30 60 PHOTO
6302-382 6302-382 Older Archimedean drill. Single spiral shaft so reverses on upward stroke and needs reversible bit. A few small chips in knobs missing one screw where brass plate attaches to knob. 15 1-2in long. Good CDE 2188 20 40 PHOTO
6302-383 6302-383 AH REID Lightning Brace. A nice example with a few chips in the rosewood knobs but no damage to shaft and works smoothly. Spring that holds bit in is present. Reids 1882 patent date marked on shaft. Good CDE 2189 30 60 PHOTO
6302-384 6302-384 Lot of two jewelers Archimedean drills. One with hollow brass head dented and large brass sliding knob one with stained wooden head both 10in both work smoothly. Good CDE 2663.2664 30 60 PHOTO
6302-385 6302-385 MILLERS FALLS NO 51 corner brace-joist tool. The middle length of the three MF corner braces 16in long. Needs to have the knob on the sliding ring replaced. All three MF corner braces are scarce. Good minus CDE 2411 40 80 PHOTO
6302-386 6302-386 MILLERS FALLS chain drill attachment. Designed to be used with drills that didnt have integral chain drill you loop the chain around the wood being drilled and it helped force the drill through the work. These are usually found in dog meat condition but this is very nice with bright shiny red japanning an metal. Fine CDE 2106 30 60 PHOTO
6302-387 6302-387 Bow drill. Iron body pitted brass fittings rosewood head with big chip on edge. Unsigned. Good CDE 2666 20 40 PHOTO
6302-388 6302-388 MILLERS FALLS single speed breast drill. Basic MF single-speed drill with iron frame and breast plate. 14 1-2in long 3 1-2in drive gear with red japanning in better than average shape and about half the decal barber chuck. Good CDE 2109 25 50 PHOTO
6302-389 6302-389 Hand drill. Very nice and clean hand or small breast drill with tubular stock 12in long green japanning on drive gear is immaculate only marking is Germany on handle. Good plus CDE 2040 20 40 PHOTO
6302-390 6302-390 MILLERS FALLS Alford Patent hand vice. One of MFs more gimmicky tools a hand vice with a rosewood handle that stored a number of attachments so that it could be used as a drill screwdriver very small hammer etc. This one has nine bits and since it came with 8 at least one is a later addition but its in very nice shape. Theres a hole drilled in the handle. Good plus VIN 228 75 150 PHOTO
6302-391 6302-391 HARVEY PEACE rip saw. 4 1-2 tpi metal reinforced handle with some rust good medallion no chips on handle etching on blade unreadable. Good TKY 11 25 50 PHOTO
6302-392 6302-392 RICHARDSON BROS steel backsaw. Good handle and medallion split nuts etching on blade partly obscured by corrosion. Good TKY 20 50 100 PHOTO
6302-393 6302-393 JACKSON smaller saw . 18in blade good medallion 9 tpi some surface discoloration on blade but etching clearly visible good handle with large B scratched in it. Good TKY 13 30 60 PHOTO
6302-394 6302-394 DISSTON D-8 rip saw. Nice clear etching on blade 6 tpi thumb groove in handle some dings but no big chips or scratches. Good plus TKY 18 30 60 PHOTO
6302-395 6302-395 JACKSON steel backsaw. Stamped Jackson USA on back good medallion handle dirty but no chips or scratches no etching on blade. Good TKY 27 25 50 PHOTO
6302-396 6302-396 Steel backsaw. The name stamped on the back is hard to read looks like Bamms Cocher and Co. Clearly marked German Steel and Sheffield. Larks tongue handle with split nuts and no medallion one chip out of handle. Good TKY 22 20 40 PHOTO
6302-397 6302-397 SIMONDS No 372 rip saw. 5 tpi very good etching on blade although blade also has some surface corrosion. Very nice clean medallion. Only issue is that a lot of the lacquer has rubbed off the handle and it really needs refinishing. Good deep wheatsheaf carving. Good CDE 2614 25 50 PHOTO
6302-398 6302-398 DISSTON No 8 rip saw. 5 1-2 tpi nice clean blade etching faint but readable. Good handle with thumb groove a couple of scratches but no major chips. Very clean medallion. Good plus CDE 398 30 60 PHOTO
6302-399 6302-399 SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER No 88 crosscut saw. 10 tpi. Extra nice blade with very lean etching handle has a few dings but no major chips or scratches good medallion. Very nice Keen Kutter saw. Good plus CDE 399 40 80 PHOTO
6302-400 6302-400 Older DISSTON rip saw. 5 1-2 tpi. Etching is partly faded and cant read any model number on it but I think this is an older model. Three patent dates stamped on the handle latest is 11-18-79. Top horn of handle broken off. Good CDE 1883 30 60 PHOTO

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