Fine Tool Journal Here comes my RSS info https://finetooljournal.net/ 2021-01-27T16:25:58+01:00 FeedCreator 1.7.3 7002-412 2021-01-06T10:22:00+01:00 2021-01-06T10:22:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9264/7002-412 7002-412. KETCHUM patented saw set. Hammer type set patented 11/6/83 by Everett Ketchum of Riceville, PA. Overall surface oxidation but no pitting, a couple of chips and at least one screw broken off, but overall a decent example of a very uncommon set. Good 70-140 7002-365 2021-01-06T11:08:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:08:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9217/7002-365 7002-365. Adjustable hacksaw frame. Unsigned but looks manufactured, handle and forward blade clamp can be moved to adjust total length. 23" overall. No blade. Good 30-60 7002-352 2021-01-06T11:21:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:21:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9204/7002-352 7002-352. Lot of two dovetail saws. An ATKINS No. 25, 8", with wooden sheath, and an unmarked version with offset handle and reversible blade. Good 40-80 7002-351 2021-01-06T11:22:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:22:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9203/7002-351 7002-351. Lot of two backsaws. One 10" by THOS. TILLOTSON with round nuts, the other unmarked, 8", split nuts. Both with open handles, dirty but no serious damage, blades have surface corrosion. Good 50-80 7002-350 2021-01-06T11:23:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:23:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9152/7002-350 7002-350. Lot of four boxed tools. A BROWN & SHARPE adjustable caliper, marked Patent Applied For, with owner's name engraved, a MILLERS FALLS No. 1455 low angle block plane, a STANLEY No. 42 sawset (box water stained and worn but intact), and a MILLERS FALLS No. 214 sawset. Good & better 80-140 7002-349 2021-01-06T11:24:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:24:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9151/7002-349 7002-349. Lot of two H. DISSTON patented saw wrests. Patented by Henry himself 5/11/75, with rotating discs to accommodate different blade thicknesses. Different sizes, both clearly marked and clean. Good+ 60-100 7002-348 2021-01-06T11:25:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:25:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9150/7002-348 7002-348. Lot of three patented crosscut saw tools. One patented 11/7/16 by Samuel Freas and manufactured by DISSTON; one patented 5/3/96 by Hezekiah Trueblood and manufactured by ATKINS; and one marked 7/1/84, includes a wrest and hammer but we couldn't locate the patent. All complete and clean. Good+ 60-100 7002-347 2021-01-06T11:26:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:26:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9149/7002-347 7002-347. Lot of two English backsaws. An 18" brass backsaw by John Spear (pre S&J), very clean blade, modest chipping on handle, and a 14" steel back Spear & Jackson, S&J medallion, blade dirty and a little loose, handle has some chips and pain spots. Both have lamb's tongue handles with top horns and split nuts. Good & better 80-140 7002-346 2021-01-06T11:27:00+01:00 2021-01-06T11:27:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/9148/7002-346 7002-346. GEO. H. BISHOP No. 72 "Sextette" nested set of saws. Detachable handle with six separate blades, four are 18" long (flooring saw, hacksaw, 7 tpi ripsaw and 9 tpi crosscut), plus a 12" compass and 10" keyhole, blades range from super clean (the ripsaw is like new) to surface corrosion, handle is near mint, in the original khaki scabbard, soiled but intact with original markings. Good+ 150-250 7002-123 2021-01-06T15:10:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:10:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8925/7002-123 7002-123. CHARLES BILLINGS patent vise. The jaws are marked with Billings' 1894 patent for a hand vise designed for jewelers and toolmakers, but it's mounted as a bench vice. We've seen a couple of these and it was definitely manufactured, probably by Billings & Spencer. Japanning mostly worn off but works smoothly and rust free. A rare vise. Good+ 60-120 7002-121 2021-01-06T15:12:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:12:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8923/7002-121 7002-121. Hammer type saw set. Marked only Pat. Apld For and we don't recognize it, it clamps onto a bench and there's a spring-powered hammer, the mechanism that draws back and releases the hammer may be meant to be attached to a missing pedal. Good 80-150 7002-120 2021-01-06T15:13:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:13:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8922/7002-120 7002-120. BLINKERD patent folding saw vise. Patented 11/24/96 by A.T. Binkerd of Allegheny, PA, marked with the name and patent date, as well as incorrectly marked 7/29/95 for the self-fastening mechanism (correct date is 7/16), this was manufactured by L.D. Gunn of Pittsburgh and marketed as a portable saw vise that is easily folded for storage or transport. This one was clearly used often as it has many file marks in the edge of the clamp, but the padding on inside of one jaw is intact, and it's a clean example of an uncommon patented vise. Good+ 60-120 7002-100 2021-01-06T15:33:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:33:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8902/7002-100 7002-100. ADELAIDE SAW WORKS combination saw. Square and rule saw with brass edge on handle and ruled markings on top of 26" blade. Good Sheffield stamp on blade and near handle as well, handle looks like it has tips missing and smoothed over. Split nuts and two Warranted Superior medallions with shield motif. Blade lightly cleaned and some discoloration. Good 100-200 7002-099 2021-01-06T15:34:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:34:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8901/7002-099 7002-099. IBBOTSON brass backsaw. Open handle, 8" blade, split nuts, stamped on brass backing, light wear, early. Good 50-100 7002-098 2021-01-06T15:35:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:35:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8900/7002-098 7002-098. ARNOLD LONDON keyhole saw. 26" blade, 6 tpi, nib, open handle with split nuts. Marked "Arnold London." There were a couple of sawmakers named Arnold in London prior to 1850 and this is clearly old. Good+ 50-100 7002-097 2021-01-06T15:36:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:36:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8899/7002-097 7002-097. WOODROUGH patent keyhole saw. Has patented blade fastening clip held by top screw which allowed for easy changing of the blade. Light stamp with 2/6/83 patent date inside a circle on handle, has some wear and dinging but no major damage, blade ok with faint Woodrough & McParlin stamp and some light rust spots. Good 50-100 7002-096 2021-01-06T15:37:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:37:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8898/7002-096 7002-096. Lot of two saws. A SAMUEL NEWBOULD dovetail saw, early with open handle and split nuts (loose), 9" blade, moderate wear and corrosion to metal, chipping on handle looks like beech. And an unmarked keyhole saw, open handle, 12" blade with brass ferrule, light pitting on metal. Good- 50-100 7002-095 2021-01-06T15:38:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:38:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8897/7002-095 7002-095. Lot of three DISSTON saws. An early example with optimistic eagle medallion and pre- "& Son" inchworm stamp, 28" edge, 5 tpi, blade looks lightly cleaned, handle has wear and top horn tip missing and smoothed over, repaired crack in base of handle. Good nib and teeth good except for one broken tooth. The split nuts have been replaced with later nuts except for medallion. Looks to date to late 1840s or early 1850s. A No. 8, 22" blade with 10 tpi, handle looks early with moderate wear and tear but medallion and nuts have been replaced, some corrosion and pitting on blade and light etch, good nib. And a D-8 with thumbhole, 28" blade with 5 tpi, good etch and blade has been lightly cleaned, some spots of slight pitting. Handle has wear and some paint spots, some dings to wood and user initials stamped on backside. From the Cecil Holmes collection. Good- & better 100-200 7002-094 2021-01-06T15:39:00+01:00 2021-01-06T15:39:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8896/7002-094 7002-094. CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON rip saw. Johnson was a leading sawmaker in Sheffield in the 1870s. 27-1/2" blade with good nib, 3-1/2 tpi, good lamb's tongue handle with the top horn skillfully repaired, flat head split nuts, Johnson's "C.J" trademark in a flag clearly marked on blade. Good 50-100 7001-313 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8676/7001-313 7001-313 Lot of two KEEN KUTTER saw sets. Both plier-types; one is marked K10 and was made by E.C. STEARNS, the other has no model number but resembles the BERGMAN design. The Stearns has overall nickel loss, the Bergman is very clean with modest nickel loss. Good & better (CAN19, 25) 50 - 100 7001-301 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8664/7001-301 7001-301 LANDERS, FRAY & CLARK No. 01 spice mill. 12" tall, integral table clamp, brown japanning 80%, L , F & C cast into side and partially legible label. Good+ (JMC342) 60 - 120 7001-300 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8620/7001-300 7001-300 DELTA SPECIALTY CO. hand cranked scroll saw. 10" high with 8" throat, marked "American Scroll Saw" and with an 8-21-28 patent date on the base which may refer to the base. Very clean and works smoothly, includes a blade. Fine (JMC337) 100 - 200 7001-231 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8551/7001-231 *7001-231 DISSTON "Triumph" No. 18 saw set. Based on the Odgers patent, the middle size at 8" long, missing a screw. Good (RRT181) 20 - 40 7001-227 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8547/7001-227 *7001-227 STEARNS No. 3 saw vise. 9-1/2" jaws, bench mounting clamp, japanning nearly complete, ,works smoothly. Good+ (TWR431) 30 - 60 7001-226 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 2020-09-01T00:00:00+01:00 /current-auction/viewbids/8546/7001-226 7001-226 DISSTON No. 1 saw vise. 9" jaws, clamps to bench with ball socket to adjust the angle, clearly marked, japanning 80%. Good+ (SWR266) 40 - 80