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6501-001 6501-001 WINN rafter rule IOB. Patented in 1920 and manufactured by the Winn Co. of Clarksville Tenn another in the parade of gizmos designed to enable carpenters to lay out the angles for rafters stairways etc. Consists of a frame quadrant and two sector blades all in the original flat wooden box with veneer coming off. Includes the original 28 page instruction book with lots of tables and you will need it. Never seen another. Good plus SGN6 130 260 photo
6501-002 6501-002 Handmade dividers. Large wing-style with brass hinge brass and iron decorative inlays brass wingnut and tips. 16 inch legs. Appear to be old with some wear and staining on wood but overall very beautiful and unique. Good plus SPM181 100 200 photo
6501-003 6501-003 Carving set in box. Over 50 carving tools including knives gouges chisels. Varying handles most in good shape but a few cracked or damaged most with brass ferrules. Most of the blades have surface rust but generally good. Makers include Addis Buck Brothers Merring Brothers Shaw Keen Kutter Marples and Gilpin. All inside black carrying case. Good HAN72 200 400 photo
6501-004 6501-004 STANLEY No. 2 bench plane. Circa 1930 notched rectangle on lever cap and cutter light surface corrosion and toolbox dinging but no damage. Good plus JPR50 150 250 photo
6501-005 6501-005 Set of turning chisels and gouges. Total of four gouges and four chisels most by DISSTON and three by CRAFTSMAN and in a Craftsman box. 15 and a half inches. Clean and sharp good handles. Box intact with minor surface damage. Good plus SGN19 80 160 photo
6501-006 6501-006 Marking hammer. Unmarked. Numbers 0 to 9 stamps undamaged except for a small ding in the 3. Handle smooth but a few small dings and a couple lighter spots in the patina still has sleeve around the shaft. Light surface rust. Very nice and clean example. Good plus JRI703 125 250 photo
6501-007 6501-007 C. P. WOODRUFF handled plow plane. Screw-arm type from this Detroit vendor could use a little TLC. Boxwood with Ohio Tool cutter. Arms have chips one tip has damage screws have wear. Some staining and looks like at some point it got too close to a fire. Fence in good shape skate and blade have only small amount of surface discoloration. Large crack at top base of handle. Good- JRI83 30 60 photo
6501-008 6501-008 J. GIBSON wedge-arm plow plane. Albany maker beech unhandled body and fence good brass collars on arms. W. BUTCHER cutter. Some slight pitting and surface rust in a few spots arm wedges have some wear otherwise clean. Good plus JRI580 50 100 photo
6501-009 6501-009 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 123 handled plow plane. Beech with dark patina screw-arm C mark and iron marked Sandusky as well. Screws have some chips and nuts are tight with a few small chips tight short cracks near opening for wedge skate has surface rust. Handle good one small chip out of body near handle. Good JRI585 50 100 photo
6501-010 6501-010 G.W. DENISON and CO. plow plane. Boxwood body and fence. Major chip out of the end of the tote and some cracks on the top around throat but otherwise very nice with immaculate threads and good nuts. D.R. Barton No. 4 cutter. B mark -2 stars. Good plus NHN48 200 400 photo
6501-011 6501-011 SCREW-ARM PLOW PLANE. Ohio Tool Co. No. 104. Rosewood with boxwood arms. Right-handed grip on tote. A couple of chips from the threads. Needs a cutter. Good plus NHN155 100 175 photo
6501-012 6501-012 Lot of two STANLEY No. 5 planes. A prelateral but with an incorrect pebbled lever cap and notched rectangle cutter japanning 75 percent and a few specks of green paint near knob tote has some chips and dot of red paint. And a Craftsman version with brown japanning some minor nickel flaking and very light surface rust in spots but otherwise near fine. Good and better MRA226 227 100 200 photo
6501-013 6501-013 STANLEY No. 113 flexible sole plane. Type 4 or later with standard Bailey lever cap 1892 patent on cutter japannng about 50 percent nickel on front knob worn. Good JPR35 55 110 photo
6501-014 6501-014 Lot of two STANLEY No. 4 size bench planes. A No. 4C Type 12 first sweetheart and Made in Can on cutter and a late model No. 4 with orange notched rectangle. Both probably repainted and totes may be refinished but nice and clean. Good NHN289291 65 130 photo
6501-015 6501-015 SARGENT smoothing plane. A No. 708 with the autoset feature patent date behind the frog. Japanning 80 percent has some surface corrosion and crudely welded repair on side of body near throat. Tall knob with a few stains tip of tote missing. Good- FBR109 50 100 photo
6501-016 6501-016 Lot of two STANLEY bench planes. A No. 5 and a fourth junior jack later version with notched orange mark nice and clean and a sweetheart-era No. 6 fore plane missing its cutter but otherwise good. Repainted beds totes and knobs may be refinished. Good NHN317318 50 100 photo
6501-017 6501-017 MILLERS FALLS No. 22  jointer plane. Early Type 5 japanning 70 percent knob and tote have a few dings but otherwise good corrugated bottom has a few chips. Good BKF16 40 80 photo
6501-018 6501-018 Lot of two STANLEY planes. STANLEY No. 48 tongue and groove plane early model with 7-6-75 patent date on body under handle 10 and a half inches long japanning repainted vine decorated tote knob likely a later replacement as no bead along base. 2 blades and brass knurled thumbscrews good. And a No. 182 repainted cutter unmarked except for 11-18-84 patent on back and looks like a modified replacement vine decorated tote metal good. Good NHN279 281 60 120 photo
6501-019 6501-019 STANLEY No. 46 dado plane. Looks like a Type 6. Missing two depth stops and slitter skate attachment holes appear to have been widened or are chewed up so skate has hard time staying on japanning about 50 percent and few dots of green paint. Good- DCR90 40 80 photo
6501-020 6501-020 SARGENT No. 36 dado and rabbet plane. Early type with script name in handle and no VBM mark. Light surface rust and japanning about 80 percent. Good SGN3 30 60 photo
6501-021 6501-021 STANLEY No. 144 and a half corner rounding plane. Patent Applied For Type blade has sweetheart mark. Japanning 85 percent. Blade has small chip near top edge spot or two of surface rust otherwise excellent. Good FNK193 100 200 photo
6501-022 6501-022 Lot of two rabbet planes. A STANLEY No. 192 in nice clean condition plus we are throwing in for parts a SARGENT No.79 rabbet and bullnose missing its fence and depth stop and with a chip out of the heel. Good plus -Stanley- SSA6162 60 100 photo
6501-023 6501-023 Lot of two bench planes. A SIEGLEY No. 6C with corrugated 18 inch sole top of tote sheared off wear to knob rust but a rare plane. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 140 14 inch jack plane in very clean condition but the lever cap has gold tint to it that makes me wonder if it was painted at some time as the No. 140 had a nickel plated lever cap. Good and better MRA198234 80 150 photo
6501-024 6501-024 SHELTON No. 14 jack plane. Super clean body near mint tote refinished cutter has scratches from cleaning but sharp and intact. Fine EHN6 60 100 photo
6501-025 6501-025 Lot of two STANLEY No. 40 scrub planes. A Type 2 with P mark on cutter -hard to read- and a later version with notched rectangle. Both in above average shape for this often-abused plane with minimal surface rust and good wood. Good plus SGN4 120 240 photo
6501-026 6501-026 SARGENT No. 409 bench plane. Looks like a later type with square Sargent mark on lever cap and T mark on cutter japanning 80 percent some surface rust knob worn and large chip out of end of tote and some wear. Good FBR117 40 80 photo
6501-027 6501-027 EDWIN HAHN No. 8 jointer plane. Hahn worked in Wilkes-Barre and was Siegley's successor. This one has a corrugated 18 inch sole and Hahns distinctive lateral adjustment. Not marked but the form is unmistakable. Broken corner at the toe and light pitting. A rare plane. Good- GAN247G 60 120 photo
6501-028 6501-028 KEEN KUTTER KK7C jointer plane. Has Simmons mark on blade japanning repainted. Knob and tote have a few dings blade sharp with only a little bit of rust on top and on lever cap. Good NHN320 50 100 photo
6501-029 6501-029 LIE-NIELSEN No. 212 scraper plane IOB. Bronze body cherry knob comes with additional toothing blade. Knob has some wear to patina some rust spots on blade gently used. Box dirty but intact. Good BCN197 50 100 photo
6501-030 6501-030 LIE-NIELSEN No. 60 and a half block plane IOB. Low angle adjustable mouth gently used with a few rust spots on blade and sole japanning good. Good BCN199 50 100 photo
6501-031 6501-031 VERITAS low angle smoothing plane IOB. 10 inches long cast iron body has extra unopened blade japanning like new. Gently used knob has some wear and dings sole has some scratches and overall has a few rust spots. Box a little bent but clean. Good- BCN198 75 150 photo
6501-032 6501-032 Lot of two LIE NIELSEN planes. No. 1 and No. 2 size planes homages to the STANLEY planes. The No. 1 has a bronze body with maple tote and knob the No. 2 is the iron version with bronze lever cap and maple tote and knob japanning nearly complete. Both have surface rust on the blades and show very light use on wood parts blades still sharp and soles are clean. Good BCN116 150 250 photo
6501-033 6501-033 STANLEY No. 148 match plane. Nickel plating 70 percent cuts seven eighths inch has both blades one with a notched rectangle mark. Lever caps are japanned black. Good FNK197 40 80 photo
6501-034 6501-034 Lot of two LIE NIELSEN chisel planes. A small one 6 and a half inch long bonze body and the larger 9 and a half inch one also with bronze body. Both have bronze lever caps and cherry knobs. Knobs have some wear and blades have some surface rust but still sharp. Plus an unopened package of WINDSOR DESIGN 3-piece mini brass plane set mint 3 inch bullnose scraper and block planes. Good plus and better BCN103 117 125 225 photo
6501-035 6501-035 Lot of two metal planes. A MILLERS FALLS No. 11 smoothing plane looks to be a Type 4 japanning 90 percent some white paint flecks on body and someone wrote on it with marker sole has some wear and surface rust on it and cutter. Knob and tote have some dings. And a PEXTO jack plane 13 inches long marked on blade surface rust on blades and body japanning 75 percent stamped Made in USA and 1 behind the frog. Tote has significant wear on outer edges knob has a few dings. Good BKF25 26 40 80 photo
6501-036 6501-036 RECORD No. 010 carriagemakers rabbet plane. Pre-WWII model with rosewood tote and knob. Decal on end of tote 80 percent. A few white paint specks. Good original vanadium cutter. Good plus GAN248G 60 120 photo
6501-037 6501-037 Lot of two STANLEY planes. A No. 5 later type in clean condition notched rectangle mark on cutter tote has chip knob worn japanning 80 percent. And a 5 and a half with 1892 patent cutter knob and tote have minor wear sole has a few pitting spots otherwise clean. Good MRA228 232 75 150 photo
6501-038 6501-038 SARGENT No. 14 jack plane. Very clean example japanning 90 percent some light pitting on left cheek original Sargent cutter. Good plus MRA229 50 100 photo
6501-039 6501-039 Infill jointer plane. Very unusual low profile design iron body including integral bridge with rosewood infill. The body is only 1 inch thick but the iron gives it the heft of a larger plane. 18 and a half inches long. it is a project with a major chip out of the tote and significant wear to the wedge but it would reward restoration. Elaborate carved initials strike button W. Butcher cutter. Different. Good- PLH194 90 180 photo
6501-040 6501-040 STANLEY NO. 8 jointer plane. Type 13 with frog adjustment screw sweetheart on cutter end of tote missing and some chipping to bottom of lever cap good japanning. Good NHN163 50 100 photo
6501-041 6501-041 Lot of two HENRY BROWN Sheffield braces. Both rosewood with brass plates and pushbutton chucks ebony heads and nice brass medallions. One has fairly large chip out of edge of head and brass has some tarnish user names stamped on body. Other has large staining on body but shiny brass -possibly polished- and marked T E WELLS on chuck. Good- CDE1717 1719 50 100 photo
6501-042 6501-042 ROBERT S.W. SLACK ultimatum brace. Small Sheffield maker ebony and brass body. Nice ebony head with a few dings bone ring has small crack nice brass button. Wood on body has a few user stamps and several chips brass has some wear screws have surface rust. Good- HAN272 200 400 photo
6501-043 6501-043 HENRY PAISLEY ultimatum brace. Ebony body with brass nicely marbled grip head has inlayed ring of bone around brass Warranted Superior button. Head and body have a few dings there is some gunk from what looks like tape that could be easily removed otherwise great looking Sheffield brace. Good plus DST962 250 500 photo
6501-044 6501-044 Hand-carved brace. Unplated no maker with handforged wingnut chuck. 8 inch sweep 16 inches long total wood has nice aged patina 3 and a half inch wide head. Good CDE1617 40 80 photo
6501-045 6501-045 Hand-carved brace. Nicely made with even patina and no damage head secured by brass nut works smoothly. Single fixed auger bit. 6 inch throw. A pretty brace. Fine PNG1 60 120 photo
6501-046 6501-046 HENRY DIXON Sheffield brace. Brass plated head looks like ebony with plain brass button wood might be English elm but dinged up quite a bit. Nice ornate brass pushbutton chuck with makers name and eagle maker also stamped into chuck collar. Brass tarnished on most of the plates head has two cracks. Good- BCN100 125 150 photo
6501-047 6501-047 Lot of three Sheffield braces. All brass plated one is BROWN and FLATHER with good ebony head and brass button. Marked John Bottom inventor and Henry Brown patentee. One plate a little loose and unfortunately it has 2 large cracks in the body. Two unmarked one with polished ebony head and brass button some wood coming loose at one of the plates push button chuck good and what looks like traces of green paint on end of body near head and one with no chuck only chuck plates damaged carved stem and head made of rosewood. Good- SGN27 28 30 35 70 photo
6501-048 6501-048 Lot of two Sheffield braces. A FENTON and MARSDEN with brass plated beech push button chuck has number 2 stamped at mouth and user name engraved on back ebony head has some checks and FandM 986 brass button with small scratch works smoothly brass looks polished mild dinging. And an unplated beech one with tall brass stem rosewood head with copper plate on underside which is unusual. Head works smoothly pushbutton chuck with plating tarnished unmarked except for user initials wood has some staining and dings. Good plus CDE961 978 50 100 photo
6501-049 6501-049 ROBERT MARPLES patented Sheffield brace. Brass plated beech spring button good and marked with Robert Marples patent spring brace stamp. Head works smoothly some dings and one small chip body has some wear brass looks unpolished one screw may be replacement. Good CDE976 40 80 photo
6501-050 6501-050 Lot of two Sheffield braces. One brass plated with lignum vitae head with a few checks and brass button. Marked John Mellor Improved on plate near chuck. Push button chuck marked 5 and 02 and user stamps on a few of the plates. And a VARVILLE and SON unplated one stamped with number 10 and W. Large. Head looks too nice and probably a replacement. Good push button chuck wood worn with a few dings. Good CDE1222 40 80 photo
6501-051 6501-051 Lot of two braces. A cast iron one with 14 inch sweep 3 and three fourth inch mahogany head cracked square thumbscrew chuck good surface discoloration but fairly clean. And a steel one marked with C. FOSTER and CO and the number 8 on the chuck rosewood head has checks around edge and worn some surface rust. Good CDE1964 1977 30 60 photo
6501-052 6501-052 Hand-forged brace. 25 inches long overall with a 12 inch sweep handcarved pad that looks like walnut large round wingnut. Good plus CDE1966 75 150 photo
6501-053 6501-053 FRAY No. 117 brace with washer cutter. Nice example of the Spofford type braces made by JOHN S. FRAY good rosewood head and split grip with pewter rings. 17 inch sweep metal has some pitting. Washer cutter unmarked but has unique screw mechanism to tighten cutters that resembles a miniature vise handle. Good CDE1982 60 120 photo
6501-054 6501-054 Lot of two metal braces. One with 8 inch sweep and only 9 and a half inches long in total has elaborately carved head from what looks like walnut and consists of two separate parts where the lower part stays stationary pin-style chuck slightly loose body clean with only slight pitting. Different. And one with 10 inch sweep and nearly 15 inches long screw chuck good surface rust on body and some pitting elaborate head made of tigerwood with iron ring some checks. Good CDE1957 1972 40 80 photo
6501-055 6501-055 Lot of three brass-tipped carpenters levels. Two cherry levels by CHAPIN-STEPHENS CO. 24 inch and 28 inch and a No. 3 Standard model by BAKER-MCMILLEN 28 inch. All have been cleaned and polished and have only a few minor dings. Good plus NHN168169170 90 180 photo
6501-056 6501-056 STRATTON No. 1 brassbound level. Strattons top of the line full sized brass-bound level. 24 inch attractive piece of light figured mahogany some minor scratching and dinging brass is very good. Fine NHN158 75 150 photo
6501-057 6501-057 MELICK patent gravity inclinometer. Patented Dec. 3. 1889 by W. B. Melick from Missouri has a spring-activated dial with a push button stop in good functioning condition. Nicely inscribed circular brass face and 3 and a half inch square carved plate with one ding. Level good with wet vial. 30 inches long the wood is in pretty rough condition with stains high amount of wear on one end particularly and water marks but still a decent example of a rare precision level. Good- SPM100A 80 160 photo
6501-058 6501-058 Lot of three levels. A STANLEY mahogany level with fancy sidelights probably originally a No. 9 cut down to 8 inch with early adjustment super clean refinished 14 inch DISSTON No. 5 and a STANLEY Defiance No. 1293 torpedo level. Good and better NHN254952 60 100 photo
6501-059 6501-059 Lot of three STANLEY carpenter levels. No. 0 with sweetheart 30 inches. No. 5 with the usually missing adjustment covers 28 inches. And No. 30 adjustable with sweetheart 30 inches. All have been cleaned and polished the 0 and 5 have some dings but the 30 is darn near mint. Good and better NHN156157159 90 180 photo
6501-060 6501-060 Stanley No. 0 level. Sweetheart mark in good condition with minor wear to edges vials wet mild tarnish to brass on vial some dinging and nearly complete label of the Detroit hardware company Buhl Sons Co. Good plus JRI1273 30 60 photo
6501-061 6501-061 Stanley No. 1093 level. Brass-bound mahogany 30 inches both vials wet some tarnish to brass scratching on wood has S.K. and Co stamped into body. Good JRI1272 50 100 photo
6501-062 6501-062 DISSTON duplex level. One of Disstons rarer levels with level vials on both sides of the stock and double plumb vials in both portholes. Based on Disstons 1912 design patent. Stock has worn edges some dings and a hang hole one cover plate is missing screws and taped in place. Plumb vials have been turned so they are facing the same way but could be reversed. 28 inch. Good- SPM100 100 200 photo
6501-063 6501-063 Lot of two STANLEY No. 36 24 inch levels. An earlier ribbed body one with curved ends no vial covers but vials wet. And a later open-bodied one with vial covers vials wet japanning 90 percent and some surface rust on vial casing. Good FNK248 253 30 60 photo
6501-064 6501-064 SPRINGFIELD LEVEL CO. cast iron level. 18 inch model. Cast iron is intact with light surface rust. Level vial replaced. Good SGN10 40 80 photo
6501-065 6501-065 STARRETT No. 133B engineers and plumbers level. Well above average example of the 15 inch version of Starretts classic inclinometer which is usually a rusted mess. Very little rust and minor damage to japanning. Starrett is still making these and you can buy a brand new one for around 400 dollars but would you not rather have one with a little age for half the price. Good plus SGN12 120 250 photo
6501-066 6501-066 DAVIS inclinometer. Later type with screws through top rail delicate filigree has small part broken off in middle right side both lower corners have had both edges broken off as well. Japanning 80 percent dial has small tarnish spots but has pointer vial wet. Good CDE2486 50 100 photo
6501-067 6501-067 M. W. ROBINSON patent level. Equivalent to Davis 6 inch No. 5 carpenters level. MWR and Davis Pat cast below level vials light surface rust on rails one side has some loss of japanning but other side good. All vials wet. Good plus FBR108 180 360 photo
6501-068 6501-068 Lot of two hand saws. A SIMONDS with good etch but model number partially worn so possibly a 9 26 inch long blade with 9 tpi handle has brass reinforcing plate crack at one of the bottom nuts top horn looks broken off and smoothed out and light surface discoloration on blade. Plus a 25 and one half inch blade one with 24 inch ruled etch on the top and handle designed to be used as a square. 8 tpi no discernable maker handle good but looks re-lacquered. Unusual. Good HAN225 227 40 80 photo
6501-069 6501-069 TYACK SONS and TURNER rip saw. Cast steel marked No. 4C under the Sheffield mark also has elephant nonpareil trademark and guarantee quality script with all the etches good and clear. 26 inch long blade with 5 tpi English beech handle worn but no major damage beyond a few small chips three raised brass screws and solid 1 inch brass medallion. Blade has half inch crack at top about 6 inches from the end of the saw otherwise in excellent condition. Good HAN226 40 80 photo
6501-070 *6501-070 Lot of two saws. DISSTON K3 Pacemaker 26 inch long blade with 8 tpi stained handle is worn with a few spots of white paint one Keystone Warranted Superior medallion and 3 screws blade has some surface rust. And one with very faint unreadable etch medallion says Warranted Superior 20 inches long blade with 10 tpi good handle with a small chip on bottom horn very light surface rust. Good and better CDE1881 30 60 photo
6501-071 6501-071 Lot of three saws. A HARVEY PEACE rip saw good applewood handle with patented reinforcer and elaborate wheatsheaf 26 inch swayback blade 5 tpi rip. A SANDVIK 26 inch 8 tpi crosscut missing one screw and a DISSTON 26 inch 7 tpi rip also missing a screw and with bottom horn damaged. All have surface discoloration so etches are barely visible. Good BKF434447 75 125 photo
6501-072 6501-072 Lot of three keyhole saws. An early DISSTON with 5 and a half inch blade faint Henry Disston and Phila stamps on blade split nuts no medallion some pitting on blade and end might be repaired break of tip. Open handle good except for a few old chips. An E. C. ATKINS with 12 inch blade Indianapolis medallion handle worn with a few chips blade has surface discoloration and some mild pitting. And a BASSET JARVIS and MORRIS with 11 inch blade and split nuts partial stamp on blade nice handle with only slight wear. Good and better RSH78 40 80 photo
6501-073 *6501-073 DISSTON D-8 crosscut saw. 26 inch blade 7 tpi has majority of etch applewood handle has some wear blade mostly clean with only very light spot of surface rust. Keystone medallion partially worn. Good WOL387 30 60 photo
6501-074 6501-074 Lot of two SIEGLEY planes. A No. 5C corrugated fore plane tote has only slight wear knob has some dings japanning 80 percent surface rust on most of the body but sole clean. And a No. 6C fore plane handle worn knob has crack japanning 60 percent and surface rust on most of the body sole not as much rust. User initials on one side. Both planes have Siegley mark on rusty blades. Good- SGN1 2 60 120 photo
6501-075 6501-075 Lot of three STANLEY planes. A No. 4 bench plane late version with orange notched rectangle very clean. No. 75 bullnose rabbet repainted and No. 50 light plow with inner fence no cutters or depth stops for parts. Mixed JPR13A 4851 50 80 photo
6501-076 6501-076 SARGENT No. 407 smoothing plane. Equivalent to a Stanley No. 2 later type with second lateral adjustment. Japanning 90 percent. Tote has small chip out of tip and slight wear knob has some small scratches sole has a few shallow dings otherwise in nice shape. Good plus FBR113 75 150 photo
6501-077 6501-077 STANLEY No. 113 flexible sole plane. Type 2 looks repainted some surface rust on metal but otherwise clean faint partial curved cutter mark crisp design on both knobs. Good plus NHN174 75 150 photo
6501-078 6501-078 Iron bench plane. Very unusual design solid cast iron body that gives it considerable heft for its size 8 and a quarter inches long 1 and a half inch cutter rosewood tote. Looks British but no signature. Unusually long lever cap screw may be a later replacement. it is definitely different. Good PLH190 60 120 photo
6501-079 6501-079 Lot of two smoothing planes. A SHELTON patent No. 4 9 inches long with 75 percent japanning and moderate wear on knob and tote small chip out of toe and some surface rust on sole blade needs sharpened. Plus what looks like a SARGENT VBM 3408 wood bottom but unmarked Fulton blade and feather patterned lever cap Type 1 horseshoe lateral. Wood is worn and scuffed blade has surface rust japanning 70 percent. Good SPM176 177 30 60 photo
6501-080 6501-080 KENEWA TOOL CO. wooden jointer. Some roughness to the edge of tote and around the mouth but overall very clean. 22 inch body with good lignum strike button. Kenewa was a brand name of SARGENT and CO. 2 stars in AWP and it has a 2 and a half inch Sargent cutter. Good plus SPM298 75 150 photo
6501-081 6501-081 Coopers howell. Used to cut a bevel at the top of the barrel to fit the head this one is worn with age and made of wood with iron bolts and nuts 17 inch long by 7 inch wide and 5 and a half inches tall. Curved blade marked with Sheffield maker JAMES CAM base has user stamps. Handle has repaired crack body has extra hole through it near one of the bolts wedge has some hammer marks or chewing. Good BKF12 40 80 photo
6501-082 6501-082 Unusual sliding arm groove plane. User made but very well done. Beech body with oak arms held by unusual threaded iron screws. 14 inches long. Cutter missing. Good DTN341 80 150 photo
6501-083 6501-083 N. SPAULDING screw arm plow plane. A mark. Nice solid beech with distinctive turned balls on end of arms. Some damage to screw threads and wear to toe wedge slightly worn some surface corrosion on skate. Iron marked 5. Good FBR115 50 100 photo
6501-084 6501-084 S. PLUMMER long coffin smoother. This plane has three things going for it - it is a four star mark in AWP it is unusually long -12 inch- for a coffin smoother and it appears to be rosewood. Wood is decent with one long check from the heel to throat some wear to wedge Buck Bros. cutter rusty and slightly spalled. Good GAN211 100 200 photo
6501-085 6501-085 Lot of two jointer planes. An R. and C. CARTER 26 inch long with an IZAAC GREAVES iron some checks in wood tote has tight crack throat has more recent repair. And a O.T. and CO 22 inch with a Westport iron button cracked wedge slightly chewed. Good GAN316G 50 100 photo
6501-086 6501-086 MANNEBACH BROS. howell. Unusually large and well made croze from the New York maker of pianos and coopers tools. 16 inch across 4 inches deep. Unlike most crozes appears virtually unused. Brass plates in head. Fine GAN246G 55 110 photo
6501-087 6501-087 Lot of two English wood-bottomed planes. A 14 inch one with compassed sole other a 13 inch flat bottomed sole. Both have MARPLES cutters. No maker marks but both have Guaranteed English Beech marks -one partial- on toe similar to mark you find on MASTER planes a name used by A.B. Salmens Successors Ltd. for their cheaper planes. Both stained green with worn wedges and have same user initials stamped into toe sole and mouth slightly chipped on compass plane. Good- BKF34 30 60 photo
6501-088 6501-088 Miniature steel-soled coffin smoother. This little guy is 4 and three quarters inch long with 1 and a half inch cutter. Unsigned and cute as a bug. Good plus GAN252G 40 80 photo
6501-089 6501-089 Router. Unmarked except for user initials boxwood body with 3 inch side handles hand forged wing nut half inch cutter. Good plus SPM192 30 60 photo
6501-090 6501-090 Lot of two wooden planes. An unmarked moving filletster plane 2 and a half inches wide by 9 and a half inches long with sharp skewed cutter and boxed quirk. Brass depth stop has some dings nicker slightly dulled wedge has a few dings. And an ogee molder by W. BROOKS with some wear to front edge and chipping at mouth wedge may be a replacement. Good SPM210 211 40 80 photo
6501-091 6501-091 Lot of two wooden planes. These appear to be a table rule joint pair with matching escapements and cut a three quarter inch hollow and round both are spring marked. No maker and possibly handmade in crisp clean condition noting the hollow has a few small chips around mouth. Good plus SPM216 230 60 120 photo
6501-092 6501-092 Lot of two ISRAEL WHITE molding planes. First is a center bead with a variant of the B mark -2 stars- some surface scratches and two hang holes on one side otherwise nice. And one with fully boxed lignum vitae profile has fence and what looks like a vee shaped blade making it likely a V-plane -see Whelan pg. 153- very unusual. Body may have been modified at some point and has 3 hang holes. Good plus SPM227 229 50 100 photo
6501-093 6501-093 Lot of three SANDUSKY TOOL CO. wooden planes. Two skewed rabbet planes one 2 inches and other five eighths inches. 2 inches has two hang holes on one side. Five eighths inches has old worn scrapes on both sides. Both have chewed wedges. Plus a very clean No. 82 and a half fenced reverse ogee looks barely used. Good and better SPM208 226 219 50 100 photo
6501-094 6501-094 Lot of two H. CHAPIN molding planes. Both are boxed quirk center beads one is 1 inch wide and the other 1 three fourth inch wide and cut one fourth inch and three fourth inch beads respectively. Both marked No. 123 and H. P. Sigler. Both have some loss of patina on toes 1 inch has more extensive loss plus a small area of inactive worm. Good plus SPM221 223 40 80 photo
6501-095 6501-095 Lot of two molding planes. A MOCKRIDGE and FRANCIS dovetail plane that cuts 1 and a quarter inch diagonal 45 degree angle wedge has wear wood shows age blade pitted and needs sharpening. Plus an ARROWMAMMET boxed quirk ogee 2 and a half inches wide spring marked inactive worm overall good condition. Good and better SPM207 224 40 100 photo
6501-096 6501-096 Lot of two V-planes. See Whelan pg. 153. Both have removable fences held in by screws one at a 90 degree angle made by M. COPELAND the other at a 45 degree angle made by J. COLTON. Both have cutters that are vee shaped. Small scratch on body of the Colton the Copeland is spring-marked. Good plus SPM205 SPM209 50 100 photo
6501-097 6501-097 Reversible tongue and groove plane. Cuts one eighths inch TandG. Mark is H. Volsey which I could not find in either AWP or Goodman but looks English. 9 and a half inches long. Good plus GAN250G 50 100 photo
6501-098 6501-098 Lot of two wooden planes. Reeding plane made by John Bell 2 and one eighth inch wide has triple boxing and 11 beads making for a very elaborate cut, sole is modified from a compound molder. Unfortunately has a few of the beads worn in the center and some of the fences are chipped wood has some checks but still an impressive looking molder. Plus an unmarked 1 and a half inch wide ogee with fence spring marked in good condition except for a small wear spot near wedge and a nail hole in toe. Good and better SPM215 228 40 80 photo
6501-099 6501-099 Lot of two wooden planes. First is a T. GOLDSMITH -2 stars- rabbet that is been altered into what looks like a coachmakers plane. Fence has been removed in back part of plane and two concave arches have been cut into heel and toe of plane. Wedge has top piece broken off iron has surface rust body has hang holes. Plus a C. BADGER boxed side round in good condition clean iron only a few surface scratch marks on toe. Good and better BKF206 202 40 80 photo
6501-100 6501-100 Lot of three hollow planes. G. WHITE one eighth inch bead plus two unmarked one half inch and three eighths inch. Three eighths inch one has some paint along side of body wedges have some light wear. White one has some dings. Good SPM217 222 225 30 60 photo
6501-101 6501-101 Lot of three wooden planes. An unmarked quirked center bead with fence cuts one fourth inch bead some inactive worm on body and water marks on toe. A 2 inch wide skewed rabbet plane by UNION tight long checks along the sole and top of plane some staining and dings blade needs sharpening. Plus what looks like a dust joint plane unmarked cuts one fourth inch square hollow in overall good condition. All have user name H.P. Sigler stamped on ends. Good and better SPM206 212 220 40 80 photo
6501-102 6501-102 Set of MOULSON plow irons. Blades marked 1 through 7 with Moulson Brothers Cast Steel on each in nice wooden tray. Blades have some spots of surface rust but otherwise nice. Good plus DST961 75 150 photo
6501-103 6501-103 Lot of three draw knives. A WITHERBY marked 12 with a 12 inch blade 5 inch long handles good with a few dings and some staining blade nice and sharp with a miniscule chip or two and some dings at the top. A KEEN KUTTER marked 9 with 9 and a quarter inch long blade 5 inch long handles have some wear blade sharp with some surface discoloration. And a GREENLEE with 10 inch blade and 5 inch handles looks barely used with clean handles and blade looks practically new. Good and better FNK239 238240 50 100 photo
6501-104 6501-104 Lot of STANLEY combination plane parts and cutters. Two original wooden cutter boxes from a No. 55 - boxes 1 and 3 - but the cutters do not match the labels. Three hollows four rounds in one box four beading cutters in other. Plus a box containing depth and beading stops 7 cutters and a spare slitter. Mixed JPR49 50 100 photo
6501-105 6501-105 Lot of bench plane cutters and cap irons. Five cutter and cap iron combinations by BUTCHER MOULSON BROS. MATHIESON and A.C. BARTLETT and three extra cutters. Various widths all have surface rust but nothing serious. Good and better KGM7677 60 120 photo
6501-106 6501-106 STANLEY No. 360 extension rule. Made of maple with brass trim extends from 3 feet to 6 feet New Britain mark outside wood worn with some stains and dings inside wood clean. Brackets and turnscrew good. Someone wrote a few measurements on the outside but it is faint. Good FNK574 40 80 photo
6501-107 *6501-107 Lot of yardsticks. Mostly advertising yardsticks made of boxwood and yellow painted ones advertising auto hardware paint lumber banking upholstering businesses from different areas of the U.S. Varying thicknesses and widths all in good shape. Good plus NHN233 25 50 photo
6501-108 *6501-108 Lot of two zig zag rules. A LUFKIN 066D red end some wear and slight dinginess but joints nice and tight. And an EAGLE No. 472F japanning dirty and faded joints a little loose but work well green paint on one of the segments. Good- and better HAN222 20 40 photo
6501-109 6501-109 User made dividers. 20 inches long wooden legs with 2 inch iron points and collar square nut hinge. A few stains to wood work smoothly. Good plus FBR27 30 60 photo
6501-110 6501-110 STARRETT combination square set. Complete with square head with scribe protractor head and center finder on 24 inch rule. The 12 inch version is rare enough with all its parts but the 24 inch version is really hard to find. A few patches of light surface rust. A new one will run you 275 dollars. Fine SGN16 120 240 photo
6501-111 6501-111 Lot of three shoemakers rules. A large Ritz brand by AMERICAN AUTOMATIC DEVICE CO. in Chicago with one stationary and one tight sliding end that does not fold down childrens size chart and directions on the reverse side. A boxwood one-fold by GEORGE BARNSLEY and SONS in Sheffield with fold down ends brass collar and joints some wear and staining but all joints work well. And a one-fold unmarked one with heavy staining and one of the ends broken at the joint but still folds down brass collar and joints boxwood. All measure up to one foot and size 14 shoe. Good- and better HAN250 30 60 photo
6501-112 6501-112 Lot of three zig zag rules. A STANLEY No. 227 72 inch with brass extension piece. Hinges good slight overall wear green ends. And a LUFKIN No. X46 also 72 inch with brass extension red ends in like new condition. Plus a FIX N SAVE two foot marked Japan. Yellow paint is like new. Good and better NHN223 229 30 60 photo
6501-113 6501-113 Lot of two caliper rules. A LUFKIN No. 372R slightly sprug pin and caliper good slight tarnish and user name engraved. And a ZENITH No. 372 with slight wear pin good. Caliper and hinge has slight tarnish. Both boxwood. Good VTD216 40 80 photo
6501-114 6501-114 Lot of three straight edge rules. All are one-foot marked in both inches and centimeters with brass edge. One unmarked one by KANISTEO one by FALCONER. The unmarked and Kanisteo rules have angle scales on reverse all three only have very light use. Good NHN228 30 60 photo
6501-115 6501-115 SCHUIL rule. No. 00320 marked Leeuwarden and For Household Use in Dutch. Measures in meters with inch markings on the side four-fold 1 meter boxwood with slightly loose brass hinges. Has some wear and chips. Unique. Good- VTD115 30 60 photo
6501-116 6501-116 Lot of two wantage rules. Four-fold two foot by LOFTUS. Has brass hinges marked with barrel pint kilderkin firkin measurements. Some stains and tight cracks at two hinges. And a two-fold 1 and a half inch foot one by DRING and FAGE with brass hinges slightly sprung pins missing. Some staining and small chips. Good VTD101 104 75 150 photo
6501-117 6501-117 KEUFFEL and ESSER set of draftsmans rules. Seven boxwood rules the eighth -one quarter inch- is MIA. Original box is immaculate with good KandE decal in lid. Good GAN251G 50 100 photo
6501-118 6501-118 Handmade traveller. Fully wooden hand carved from what looks like walnut 6 and a half inch round wheel with 11 and a half inch long handle has nice aged patina. A few dings. Different. Good plus SPM179 40 80 photo
6501-119 6501-119 User-made wooden T-bevel. Large with 16 inch handle and 26 inch blade. Probably not that old but well done. Good plus SSA131 30 60 photo
6501-120 *6501-120 Lot of three marking gauges. One with brass screw and two with wood screws. Stems all good. Points worn but still usable on two of them. All unmarked. Good DWH 3537 and 39 10 20 photo
6501-121 *6501-121 Shipmakers bevel. Looks user made 24 inch with two blades locked by wingnuts. Well made. Good plus SGN17 20 40 photo
6501-122 6501-122 Shipmakers lipped adze. Unsigned 6 inch blade spiked poll good tight original 28 inch handle. Good plus SPM296 55 100 photo
6501-123 *6501-123 Primitive froe. Looks hand forged straight 6 and three fourth inch blade with 9 and half inch handle. Blade has a few chips and some pitting handle looks repurposed and is worn and stained. Good SPM178 25 50 photo
6501-124 6501-124 Lot of two C. HAMMOND axes. A No. 2 hatchet with 3 and one fourth inch edge handle has chip near head and split at end. And a No. 4 axe with 5 and one fourth inch edge good handle but nail wedged in eye. Both have a few dings and mark on No. 4 is faint. Good CGD282 285 30 60 photo
6501-125 6501-125 HIBBARD SPENCER and BARTLETT double bit axe head. Partial OVB trademark no rust but some damage along lower edges and a few chips on blades. Good- FBR111 40 80 photo
6501-126 6501-126 Whatsit. Some sort of handforged iron chopper or axe with two spike shaped polls - one straight and one curved. Looks similar to a poleaxe but has no area for it to attach to a handle. Blade has a few small chips but sharp slight surface rust. Good CGD397 30 60 photo
6501-127 6501-127 BROAD AXE. Western pattern it is signed but all I can read is -and Son- 12 inch blade handle an old replacement but tight. Good SPM300 40 80 photo
6501-128 6501-128 Wooden tool chest. Six green felt lined drawers behind front drop-down piece that slides under the drawers with top opening section also green felt lined with good chain to hold lid vertical. Looks relacquered nice corner pieces and EAGLE LOCK CO locks with surface rust. A few dings and stains in the wood. Some of the drawers have small measuring tools inside like square calipers rule levels etc. Good MEE137 75 150 photo
6501-129 6501-129 Lot of two STANLEY scrapers. A No. 12 veneer scraper Type 2 no blade japanning 70 percent rosewood handles good with slight wear rusty. And a No. 80 japanning 80 percent has some paint specks and a streak on handle rusty. Both could be cleaned up. Good- DT19 122 40 80 photo
6501-130 6501-130 STANLEY No. 11 and a half floor plane. Japanning 80 percent and looks retouched. Blade heavily pitted and has 4-19-92 Stanley patent mark on both sides. Handles have a few scratches and dings a one or two spots of surface rust on body. Good- FNK186 100 200 photo
6501-131 6501-131 STANLEY No. 12 and a half veneer scraper. Number cast into bed rosewood sole has some scratching per usual but throat edge looks like it may have been widened or shaved a bit japanning 80 percent. Blade unmarked with notched corners rosewood handles are good. Lever cap screw knob marked with New Britain mark and one side has some wear. Good FNK184 75 150 photo
6501-132 6501-132 STANLEY No. 80 scraper. Sweetheart mark japanning almost intact and decal about 50 percent original cutter with chunk out of side. Good plus BKF130 40 80 photo
6501-133 6501-133 OHIO TOOL CO. coopers spokeshave No. 057 18 inch wide original cutter with globe trademark japanning about 50 percent. One of the less common OTC tools. Good plus SSA640 60 120 photo
6501-134 6501-134 Lot of two STANLEY No. 12 veneer scrapers. An early model with number cast into bed and graceful slope to body no markings on blade or adjustment screws japanning 75 percent. Blade has some discoloration handle good. And a later model with Stanley also cast into the bed alongside the number sweetheart mark on front adjustment screw japanning 70 percent few light paint flecks on lever cap some discoloration on sole blade unmarked handles nice. Good plus FNK183 187 50 100 photo
6501-135 6501-135 Lot of two folding handle drawknives. An 8 inch No. 65 knife by C.E. JENNINGS based on Arthur Jennings 1906 patent and marked faintly with the arrowhead trademark and patent date. And a PEXTO 8 inch knife of similar design with stained wooden handles. Both with good handles minimal surface rust sharp blades. Good plus SGN5A 60 120 photo
6501-136 6501-136 Lot of two drawknives. A 9 inch BAY STATE and a 10 inch RIVERSIDE both with stained metal-tipped handles worn but not damaged nice and sharp. Good plus SGN5 70 140 photo
6501-137 *6501-137 STANLEY No. 60 double spoke shave. Japanning mostly gone J mark on cutter. Good JPR46 25 50 photo
6501-138 6501-138 Windsor beader. Second type marked with the 3-10-85 and 6-2-85 patent dates on the ebonized body has one iron. Ebonized wood and brass both in excellent condition noting some wear to ebonizing to prove it was used. Good plus SSA71 100 200 photo
6501-139 6501-139 Bevel. 29 and a quarter inch long rosewood handle with 24 inch brass blade and brass ends some tarnishing. Handle has a few dings and unmarked except for user name. Good JRI1275 40 80 photo
6501-140 6501-140 Lot of two try squares. Ungraduated one with rosewood handle containing trefoil escutcheon brass star and stamp of flying eagle with 2 arrows. 9 inch blade has some pitting especially at end and some patches of surface rust. Handle has a couple of old chips and user stamp. Plus a SOUTHINGTONS Imperial 7 and one half inch ruled blade has slots cut into it for use as marking gauge. Trefoil escutcheon handle worn some surface rust on brass plate blade has very light pitting but red japanning on etch is still there. Good NHN304 314 30 60 photo
6501-141 6501-141 Lot of two marking gauges. A STANLEY No. 93 butt and marking gauge partial sweetheart mark on adjustment knob clean with only a few spots of discoloration. Plus an unmarked aged brass one 9 inch long body has some dings and user name on side. A few spots of discoloration. Good and better JRI233 288 35 75 photo
6501-142 6501-142 BLEYS adjustable mitre gauge. Patented 7-30-12 uses a notched index plate with 5 degree increments up to 180 degrees spring-loaded to hold the bar at a specific angle to the head. One foot long has surface rust but still works great. Good BKF99 30 60 photo
6501-143 6501-143 BERGER drafting set. Black trifold case with purple velvet lining contains 12 pieces appears to be missing one tool. Case has been repaired with black tape and one seam is splitting but snaps are still good. A few of the tools have some surface rust. Good JPR333 50 100 photo
6501-144 *6501-144 Lot of three try squares. One with unmarked 9 inch blade with surface rust rosewood handle has small chip at end brass trefoil escutcheon graduated rule light but there. One unmarked with 8 inch blade ruled brass escutcheon and rosewood handle with owners stamp small bit of paint on brass edge of handle. And one with a STANLEY 6 inch graduated blade good rosewood handle with brass trefoil escutcheon patent date 12.29.96 on blade. Rule etching good small spot or two of pitting. Good CGD363 364 365 20 40 photo
6501-145 6501-145 Lot of two butt-locking bevels A STANLEY Eureka No. 18 with 6 inch handle and a GENERAL Sliding T Bevel with 5 inch handle. Both have loss of nickel on handle worse on the General but good blades and still work. Good SSA190195 50 100 photo
6501-146 *6501-146 Trammel points. Clearly manufactured but unmarked 3 inch large and small point trammels on 15 inch bar all steel. Nice knurled knobs small amount of surface rust. Small point slightly bent. Good BKF92 25 50 photo
6501-147 *6501-147 Lot of measuring tools. A LUFKIN Mezurall 8 foot tape and a STREAMLINE patented No. 406 locking tape by MASTER RULE MFG CO. both in very nice condition a BROWN and SHARPE No. 59 micrometer caliper IOB with user name engraved original instruction booklets adjustment tool and plastic handle guard. Label mostly gone on wooden box japanning on tool 80 percent. Plus outside calipers with user name stamped on one leg manufacured but unmarked covered in surface rust but still work. Good and better DT34 47 107 20 40 photo
6501-148 *6501-148 UNION TOOL combination square. 12 inch rule vial wet has some surface rust and at some point someone painted the whole thing blue but only about half the paint remains. Good JPR200 20 40 photo
6501-149 6501-149 Lot of two LUFKIN metal rules. One is a steel No. 85 the other a brass blacksmiths No. 1085. Both two-fold two foot. Brass has very slight wear on No. 1085 the No. 85 has user initials etched into front and shows light use. Good plus VTD213 40 80 photo
6501-150 6501-150 Vernier caliper. 11 inches long well made. Clearly manufactured but marked only Gehartet which is German for hardened so probably a description rather than maker. Has a 19th century look. Good plus BKF121 60 120 photo
6501-151 6501-151 OHIO KING 025 jointer plane. 26inch long 3 stars nice dark patina with a few spots of green paint and small recent chip has a SANDUSKY iron sole and blade show little use. Good plus GAN319G 60 120 photo
6501-152 6501-152 Lot of three coffin-shaped smoothers. A 8 one eighth inch long one by D.R. BARTON marked on toe and 2 one fourth inch iron. A 8 inch long one by EDWARD CARTER 2 inch iron has mark I can not read beyond J.A. and WATERVILLE. And a 6 and a half inch long one with maker mark I can not make out 1 and a half inch D. R. BARTON cutter unusual design with an iron plate in the sole in front of the throat. All three have good cutters flat soles wood looks cleaned. Good NHN274 275 277 30 60 photo
6501-153 6501-153 GREENFIELD TOOL CO. handled tongue plane. Marked No. 364 has an adjustable fence. Brass plates in front of the throat may be later repair back of throat has some chips in throat as well as one chip in the side near front handle iron has partial mark that I can not make out a few checks in body. Wedge handle and tote good. Good LBD493 40 80 photo
6501-154 6501-154 E. W. CARPENTER patent jointer plane. Marked with the March 27 1849 patent date -upside down- and some user stamps. BUTCHER cutter 7 sharp has second throat adjustment wedge. Body has a few checks but otherwise in excellent condition. Good plus GAN460 80 160 photo
6501-155 6501-155 Lot of two jointer planes. An A. HOWLAND and CO 22 inches long with a BARTON iron with a little surface discoloration wedge missing some of its bottom wood pretty clean and looks polished tote end nearly gone with what looks like old damage. And a CASEY CLARK and CO 22 inches long with Excelsior Works iron with some surface discoloration. Tote looks like an older replacement some use and green paint on sole. Good- NHN91 199 40 80 photo
6501-156 6501-156 J.M. TABER skew rabbet. Toted 13 inch sole 2 inch cutter two nickers reglued tote. B mark. Good plus GAN243G 50 100 photo
6501-157 6501-157 Jointer plane. 22 inches long with nicely carved throat wedge and elaborate handle. No maker OHIO TOOL cutter has some surface rust. Good plus DCR281 60 120 photo
6501-158 6501-158 Lot of two wood bottom smoothing planes. A No. 24 Type 14 with Type 12 cutter. Japanning 70 percent knob is smaller and likely a replacement. And a No. 23 plane Type 6 cutter rusty and mouth chipped. Japanning mostly gone knob has some chips. Good CGD22 40 80 photo
6501-159 6501-159 Adjustable sole wooden compass plane. Made by R. ROUTLEDGE of Birmingham England. Has a steel insert that can be lowered by a brass screw to change the radius of the sole. Virtually unused. Fine GAN244G 60 120 photo
6501-160 6501-160 SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 109 plank match planes. Screw-arm type A mark. Some chipping on threads and screws but in fairly good working condition. Both wedges worn surface rust on blades skate and fence plates. Totes are good one has some minor wear. Overall nice pair. Good BKF33 50 100 photo
6501-161 6501-161 Miniature bow saw. Unmarked and likely handmade. Boxwood with 9 inch blade stretcher replaced with copper rod secured by square nuts. Frame in excellent shape. Good plus SPM182 60 120 photo
6501-162 6501-162 STANLEY No. 28 transitional fore plane. Looks like a Type 9 or 10 has partial Q mark on cutter lever cap repainted and has S casting mark. Japanning 90 percent on rest of metal and wood in good condition except for a few stains on sole. Good plus FBR5 50 100 photo
6501-163 6501-163 STANLEY No. 85 razor edge spokeshave. Boxwood handle is worn with a few stains and a hanghole some flaking to nickel plating. Marked Stanley and with patent date 2-19-01. Blade marked Pat Apld For. Good BBG8 40 80 photo
6501-164 6501-164 DEFOREST plow plane. Solid boxwood with Deforest Birmingham stamp and a few user stamps brass thumbscrew Moulson cutter and wedge good. Screws only have a few chips nuts have some small cracks with one cracked completely also crack in body near thumbscrew. Brass and iron skate good throat chipped. Good- RSH61 75 150 photo
6501-165 6501-165 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 8 with B casting marks. Minor loss of nickel and surface corrosion. Good rosewood with user initials in both tote and fence. Includes both sets of arms cam rest beading stop no screwdriver. Most of standard cutter set in original wooden box with 60 percent decal. In user made wooden box with handle. Good plus ZOM394 100 200 photo
6501-166 6501-166 Lot of two smoothing planes. One looks like a PRUTTON DHP No. 4 but not positive as it only has DHP on blade and Made In USA behind the frog. Nice tall knob and tote in good condition japanning 80 percent blade has some surface discoloration slight pitting on sole. And an unmarked one with a RICHARDS and CONOVER HDW CO. blade possibly made by Stanley and resembles a No. 4 with rosewood tote and knob japanning 90 percent. Tote has small chip off end blade and sole have a little bit of surface discoloration. Good plus DST229 234 30 60 photo
6501-167 6501-167 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper plane. Low knob in good condition japanning nearly complete. Blade unmarked with some slight pitting and not toothed tote has a few dings sole has some spots of discoloration. Good FNK182 80 160 photo
6501-168 6501-168 STANLEY No. 144 and three eighths corner rounding plane. Patent Applied For Type blade marked three eighths CIR. Japanning 75 percent with a few spots of surface rust. Nice example. Good FNK192 100 200 photo
6501-169 6501-169 No. 6 hollow and round set for STANLEY No 45 combination plane Japanning mostly gone no cutters. In reproduction pasteboard box. Good JPR11 50 100 photo
6501-170 6501-170 STANLEY No. 112 cabinet scraper plane. Early type with good low knob and patent date on adjustment knob japanning 80 percent blade looks like it has been cut off top and all that is visible of mark is Level Co tote has tip broken off and user name lightly etched into side sole has some surface discoloration. Good- DTN347 50 100 photo
6501-171 6501-171 SARGENT No. 1080 combination plane. Has 22 cutters with surface rust plus a clean one in the plane. Only has set of short rods some surface rust on body and fences. Handle has chip on top rosewood fence has small scrape. Comes in well-made slide-top wooden box. Good BKF11 50 100 photo
6501-172 6501-172 STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. One set of extensions replacement rod without turnbuckle. Good tote and knob. Uniform overall surface corrosion and nickel flaking. Good- JRI1149 60 120 photo
6501-173 6501-173 No. 8 hollow and round set for STANLEY No 45 combination plane Type 1 without number japanning about 50 percent no cutters. In reproduction pasteboard box. Good JPR10 60 120 photo
6501-174 6501-174 STANLEY No. 95 block plane IOB. Looks unused but has a few dings near blade. Notched rectangle mark on blade. Box has some holes and water damage still has original wrapping in box. Good plus LKY27 75 150 photo
6501-175 6501-175 STANLEY No. 278 rabbet and filletster plane. Has all parts blade unmarked japanning 85 percent some surface rust on body and blade. Good BCN102 125 250 photo
6501-176 6501-176 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane Type 7 good clean condition minor nickel loss on tote one depth stop chip deflector only one cutter. In a reproduction box with a reproduction instruction sheet -for a later model with cutter adjustment-. Good plus JPR13 50 100 photo
6501-177 6501-177 No. 5 nosing attachment for STANLEY No. 45 combination plane One of the rarest of the optional parts for the No. 45. This is the type 1 not marked with the Stanley name or number but with the patent date on the cutter. B casting mark some minor wear to nickel. In user made box with sliding wooden lid. Good plus JPR16 110 200 photo
6501-178 6501-178 STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane. Nickel plated version. One depth stop and only one cutter. Rosewood handle with most of notched rectangle logo. Some loss of nickel but overall good some surface rust on one arm and blade. Good MMY16 40 80 photo
6501-179 6501-179 Reproduction STANLEY No. 1 bench plane. Aluminum body tote and knob look like walnut. In pasteboard box with reproduction label includes extra cutter. According to the invoice originally sold for 225 dollars. Good JPR15 80 150 photo
6501-180 6501-180 STANLEY No. A78 Aluminum body duplex rabbet plane. Missing fence and depth stop repainted a silver color. Blade has sweetheart mark with some surface discoloration but no chips. Uncommon. Good- FNK196 75 150 photo
6501-181 6501-181 SARGENT No. 407 bench plane. Looks like a Type 2 number cast behind frog most of the japanning gone some surface rust and reglued break in tote. Good- ASG12 30 60 photo
6501-182 6501-182 MILLERS FALLS No. 240 sharpener. Good clean condition. An unusual MF tool. Good plus BKF75 30 50 photo
6501-183 6501-183 Lot of double ended block planes. A clean STANLEY No. 130 notched rectangle mark on blade and small amount of japanning loss on cap. Some pitting on sole knob good. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 68 similar to the Stanley 130 but not as frequently found significant overall pitting and japanning only about 50 percent Solid Tool Steel mark on blade knob good. Good- and better FBR116 40 80 photo
6501-184 6501-184 STANLEY No. 15 and a half tailed block plane. Type 6 japanning 60 percent lever cap has a chip on top knob has small hole in front otherwise in excellent shape. Mouth appears to have small tight crack body and sole has some pitting. User initials stamped on side patent mark on blade faint. Small amount of surface rust and a couple of dings in a few spots. Good LBD538 60 120 photo
6501-185 *6501-185 Lot of two block planes. A STANLEY No. 9 and a quarter Type 21 non-adjustable throat japanning 80 percent notched rectangle mark on blade blade needs sharpening but in good condition body has a few spots of surface rust and discoloration. Plus an unmarked one similar to a 110 someone painted the body white Made In USA cast into rear bed blade and body highly rusty front knob good but loose lever cap has 70 percent japanning and spots of rust. Good- and better LBD417 445 25 50 photo
6501-186 6501-186 BOSTON METALLIC PLANE CO. block plane. Palm rest has about 70 percent of the plating two spots of what appears to be enamel and a 1 inch vertical crack upward from where it meets the blade. Wedge marked and fine. Typical mouth chip surface rust on blade and a few spots on body sole has very light pitting. -PAT SEP 23D 1873- stamped on side of body. Somewhat scarce. Good BKF27 100 200 photo
6501-187 6501-187 Lot of two block planes. First is a TOWER AND LYON adjustable mouth block plane looks like a No. 30. 6 and a half inches long with Chaplins distinct depth adjusting mechanism. Throat has several chips repaired break to the body on the side near the throat not much japanning left. And a STANLEY No. 140 skew rabbet plane early Type 2 with patent date 11-6-94 on side. Has original side plate flat screws with knurled edges throat and blade are good surface rust on most of the body japanning 50 percent knob has several cracks. Good- EHN3 4 50 100 photo
6501-188 6501-188 LIE NIELSEN No. 140 right handed skew block plane. Used but in good condition small chip out of knob light scratching on sole. Normally 200 plus dollars new so hereÕs your chance for a user at a bargain. Good plus SSA17 60 120 photo
6501-189 *6501-189 Lot of three block planes. A 7 and three fourth inch double ended block plane manufactured by OHIO TOOL CO. cutter marked HICKORY and KELLEY HOW THOMSON. Japanning worn half off on lever cap 80 percent on rest of body knob good. And a what looks like a MILLERS FALLS No. 700 block plane 6 and one fourth inch iron marked Mohawk-Shelburne and has red cam-lock. Grey body and lever cap black knob. Plus a RIVERSIDE with a 6 inch sole and adjustable throat anvil trademark on cutter and lever locking knuck cap. Japanning mostly gone. Good CDE1137 11651302 25 50 photo
6501-190 6501-190 Lot of two STANLEY block planes. Early example No. 203 with sweetheart mark on cutter marked 203 and 364 on underside of lever cap cutter adjustment marked Stanley. Has most of decal on lever cap japanning mostly good some small spots of surface rust. And a No. 110 C casting mark behind frog and underside of lever cap japanning 80 percent knob good notched rectangle mark on cutter. Good NHN286 292 30 60 photo
6501-191 6501-191 Lot of three block planes. A SARGENT No. 5607 low angle japanning 60 percent and mosty missing from heel square logo on slightly worn nickel plated lever cap same square logo on blade with New Haven Conn. and U.S.A. beneath it. Some pitting on sole. Plus a MILLERS FALLS No. 87 block plane with clear mark on cutter and some surface rust some loss of japanning on knuckle cap but otherwise nice example. And a STANLEY No. 118 block plane notched rectangle mark on cutter some loss of japanning on lever cap sticker still on toe is darkened user initials stamped into toe. Sole scratched but blade sharp. Good CDE1325 1375 1570 30 60 photo
6501-192 6501-192 Lot of three block planes. A STANLEY No. 100 squirrel tail unmarked cutter japanning 70 percent. A STANLEY No. 103 Type 4 japanning mostly gone. And a small 4 inches long iron unmarked one traces of red paint but mostly gone and has surface rust handle connects to base at heel 1 and a quarter inch blade has a few chips. Good- and better CDE1555 1556 1572 30 60 photo
6501-193 6501-193 STANLEY No. 75 bullnose rabbet plane Made in England IOB. Japanning 95 percent some gunk from old sticker on it that can be easily removed mild surface rust. Box good with light dirt. Good GRN19 30 60 photo
6501-194 *6501-194 Lot of two block planes. A STANLEY No. 101 japanning mostly gone very faint semi-circular mark on cutter. An unmarked one with red lever cap no cutter adjustments chips at throat and crack in heel pitting on body and sole but japanning good noting some paint specks. Good NHN293 295 20 40 photo
6501-195 6501-195 Chariot plane. Unmarked except for JRF on the bridge which corresponds to several user stamps . Nickel plated iron and the nickel has started to flake in a couple of places. Dark rosewood infill with patina but no damage. Marples cutter slightly spalled. Good PLH192 75 150 photo
6501-196 6501-196 Lot of three butt gauges. STANLEY No. 95 and 95 and half and a GOODELL PRATT sheet metal gauge based on Albert Goodells 1894 patent. Some surface corrosion and gunk but all there. Good SSA146147149 40 80 photo
6501-197 6501-197 STANLEY No 92 rabbet plane. English version. Nickel plating is immaculate good cutter 50 percent decal on toe. Fine SSA55 60 120 photo
6501-198 *6501-198 Lot of STANLEY plane parts. No 101 finger plane dirty but complete. Plus a No. 100 squirrel tail with the sole broken off at the throat. All parts included so you could weld it or just use for parts. Plus a BEDROCK lever cap 1 and three fourths inches wide. Mixed DUS51 10 20 photo
6501-199 *6501-199 STANLEY No. 49 bit gauge IOB. Tool is near mint box is dirty but all seams intact and good decal. Fine SSA173 20 40 photo
6501-200 6501-200 STANLEY No. 90 bullnose rabbet plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter and hand-ee grip on sides. Chip in blade nickel plating is 70 percent. Good NHN296 40 80 photo
6501-201 6501-201 STANLEY No. 95 butt gauge IOB. Gauge is the later model and is near mint box is tattered with split seams on lid decal intact. Includes original instruction sheet. Fine SSA148 40 80 photo
6501-202 6501-202 Violin makers plane. Unmarked five eighths inch wide by 1 and a quarter inches long brass body compassed sole. Has bar style lever cap with long brass locking screw and nice boxwood handle that is flat on backside. Blade has some surface discoloration and very small amount of tarnish near lever cap. Good plus FBR39 60 120 photo
6501-203 6501-203 GREENLEE TOOL slick. 3 inch edge handle may be a replacement but well done. Metal very clean and sharp. 42 inches long. Good plus GAN213 60 120 photo
6501-204 6501-204 L and IJ WHITE slick. Metal very clean with clear mark some tiny nicks in the 3 inch blade but nothing that can not be honed out. Original socketed handle ball on the end with chip 31 inches long overall. Good plus SGN24 80 160 photo
6501-205 6501-205 JOSIAH FOWLER slick. 3 and a half inch blade 25 inches long. Original handle with iron ring taped at some point. Fowler made edges in New Brunswick beginning in 1860. His axes show up but this is the first slick I am aware of. Good GAN216 60 120 photo
6501-206 6501-206 Hand-forged slick. Unmarked 3 and seven eighths inch blade folded socket around an 8 inch handle. Well made with minimal surface pitting blade good and sharp. Good SPM302 60 100 photo
6501-207 6501-207 PECK STOW and WILCOX No. 1EX drawknife. 10 inch blade 16 inch long overall 5 inches long handles highly worn and stained blade has surface rust but still sharp a few small flecks of white paint. Good DT119 40 80 photo
6501-208 6501-208 Early W. GILPIN chisel. Firmer chisel with 1 and one fourth inch blade. Octagonal handle. W. Gilpin cast into blade without and Co. indicates 1840s or earlier. Would need to be sharpened for use but a good example of an early form of chisel. Good KGM79 60 120 photo
6501-209 6501-209 Set of DISSTON turning chisels and gouges IOB. Disstons No. D-1-S set consisting of eight chisels and gouges 15 inches long. Light surface rust handles have light wear. The original cardboard box was designed to be hung on the wall but you will need to tape it up first. Good plus SGN13 80 160 photo
6501-210 6501-210 BAYLEY patented core box plane. Actually patented by John McCauley of Springfield OH in 1904 but manufactured by William Bayley and almost all known examples have Bayleys name cast into the fence. Very gizmoish with a worm gear activated cutter that rotates with each stroke. This one definitely needs a good cleaning and some 3-in-1 oil but it is all there. Good JRI1058 200 400 photo
6501-211 6501-211 Lot of two large turnscrews. Both unsigned. One graceful English style 27 inches long beech handle with turned brass ferrule and one screwdriver type 24 and a half inches long. Metal has surface corrosion but no pitting wood has wear but no damage. Good KGM233234 40 70 photo
6501-212 6501-212 MOUND machinists scrapers IOB. Four total two flat and two triangular with nice turned red-stained handles blades are 6 inches to 8 inches long. Look very lightly used or mint. In original wooden box with full label though label is stained. Good plus BKF91 50 80 photo
6501-213 6501-213 Lot of three gouges. Half inch three fourth inch and 1 inch blades with angular handles that look to be made of oak. The two smaller ones marked W. BUTCHER the 1 inch has mark that is mostly illegible. Good plus SPM268 30 60 photo
6501-214 6501-214 HOLLAND gooseneck mortise chisel. Seven sixteenth inch metal discolored but sharp turned rosewood handle. Good plus KGM232 50 100 photo
6501-215 6501-215 Lot of three boot peg floats. Used by cobblers to cut pegs off boot and shoe soles. Two 16 and a half inch long and 22 and half inch long have rows of teeth a 17 inch long has 1 inch blade across top of angled frame. All three have wooden handles with brass caps some dings and scratches. 16 and a half inch one has significant chipping on handle. Unusual. Good- and better CGD250 264 263 40 80 photo
6501-216 6501-216 STANLEY No.45 combination plane. Type 9 long rods only cam stop screwdriver reproduction instruction book includes 8 cutters from special set in original wood box with reproduction label in reproduction pasteboard box. Good JPR17 75 150 photo
6501-217 6501-217 STANLEY No. 78 duplex rabbet plane Made In England IOB. Japanning 90 percent some surface rust has all parts wrapped in original paper and instruction booklet. Box has large tear and some water damage. Good GRN18 40 80 photo
6501-218 6501-218 STANLEY No. 238 weather-stripping plane. Has fence but missing one arm sweetheart one eighth inch blade some surface rust japanning 80 percent Good MMY5 80 160 photo
6501-219 6501-219 Lot of two planes. A STANLEY No. 5 and a quarter inch jack plane notched rectangle on blade japanning 90 percent yellow notched rectangle on lever cap tote and knob have a few chips. And a SARGENT Hercules No. 5 bench plane green japanned body nearly perfect yellow maker mark on lever cap good knob and tote highly worn blade still has most of its japanning small spot of surface discoloration on sole. Good plus KGM45 47 40 80 photo
6501-220 6501-220 GOODELL-PRATT ratchet brace No. 2510. 10 inch sweep 14 inches long tropical hardwood head and grip have slight wear still has about 70 percent of the red enamel on the steel socket top of chuck has the disc that allows for right or left ratcheting and is marked with the maker and number as well as patent date 9-16-1924. Only a few spots of surface rust on upper body. Very nice example. Good plus SGN31 40 80 photo
6501-221 6501-221 LOWENTRAUT 20th Century wrench brace. Marked Territories for Sale by S. J. Johnston Leesburg VA and with the 5-21-01 patent date by S. J. Johnson manufactured by Lowentraut. One of the better ones I have seen good rosewood handle and grip has most of nickel finish and only minor amount of surface rust. Wingnut to adjust wrench jaw pretty scratched up wrench jaws have a few dings. Good plus CDE1961 80 160 photo
6501-222 6501-222 ROBINSON patented wrench brace. Patented by Sylvanus Edward Robinson 12-25-77 and sometimes manufactured by LOWENTRAUT this one is marked Robinson Crank Wrench and Brace Newark NJ on top jaw and there is an R on lower jaw. Brace has dark stained or painted head and grip brass ring at head is cracked and brace loose at grip metal on brace and wrench has pitting jaws slightly sprung some surface rust. Uncommon. Good CDE1969 75 150 photo
6501-223 6501-223 Washer cutter. Heysinger patented in 1883 in Philadelphia one cutter but unusually sharp light surface rust. Good PLH201 80 160 photo
6501-224 6501-224 MATHIESON pattern brace. Six sided body with rosewood head and brass button in excellent condition. Has a 9 inch sweep marked with what looks like the number 15 and M4 with heart shaped pushbutton chuck. Good plus FBR112 100 200 photo
6501-225 6501-225 BOKERS gentlemans ball brace. Marked HandR BOKER this example has a 10 inch sweep and is 11 inches long. What looks like walnut head and ball grip silver ring at base of head. Some checks small chip and a very tight crack on outer edge of head and old crack on ball grip has been repaired with small nails. Thumbscrew has been replaced with more modern screw. Small amount of surface rust and pitting. Good- SGN33 30 60 photo
6501-226 *6501-226 Lot of two saws. An E.C. ATKINS No. 21 with 20 inch blade 7 tpi steel screws and medallion blade has surface rust in spots and looks cleaned around etch etch is good and clear. Plus a DISSTON D8 crosscut with 20 inch blade 7 tpi blade stained with some spots of surface rust but pre1928 etch mostly clear handle worn but horns good medallion rusty. Good NW1036 1040 25 50 photo
6501-227 *6501-227 C.E. JENNINGS crosscut saw. 7 tpi 17 inch blade applewood handle good and looks like it is been repolished blade has some surface rust. Good JPR62 20 40 photo
6501-228 6501-228 Lot of two saw tools. A DISSTON No. 1 midget saw punch works smoothly two dots of red paint on outside. And SIMONDS crosscut files both triangle and flat in varying sizes look barely used some red tangs have a bit of wear. Good and better JAR149 175 40 80 photo
6501-229 *6501-229 TAYLOR BROTHERS hand saw. Unusual blade 15 inches long 5 tpi has the medallions of the Guinea saw with 2 George III era guineas. Split nuts handle has a crack at one of the nuts chip off top horn blade has some pitting and one tooth broken off. Good- WOL252 20 40 photo
6501-230 *6501-230 JACKSON back saw. 12 tpi 14 inch blade closed handle worn with chip out of end steel backing Warranted Superior eagle medallion some surface rust and discoloration. Good SPM26 20 40 photo
6501-231 *6501-231 Crosscut saw. No maker 6 tpi 26 and a half inches long blade nice applewood handle with decorative carving has some checks and one tight crack on backside Warranted Superior eagle medallion some surface rust. Good CDE2615 20 40 photo
6501-232 6501-232 Lot of two crosscut saws. A DISSTON with 22 inch blade 9 tpi has nib no etch and some surface rust near handle one screw oxidized handle missing part of top horn. And an unmarked one with split nuts 21 inch blade 7tpi handle nice with a few checks surface rust on blade. Good HAN238 30 60 photo
6501-233 6501-233 Lot of three back saws. A JACKSON 12 inch long steel backed with 12 tpi teeth and handle worn chip out of the top of handle and blade has surface rust. A DISSTON 8 inch long with 8 tpi handle is a well done replacement partial etch has upside down keystone medallion and the stamp on steel backing painted red which I have never seen. And a BOWDEN with 9 and three fourth inch long blade split nuts 13 tpi steel backed with surface rust on it and blade handle worn with chip out of top horn. Good- and better SSA123 124 30 60 photo
6501-234 6501-234 Lot of two DISSTON back saws. A 10 inch crosscut with 12 tpi eagle medallion steel back stamped Henry Disston and Son eagle with stars medallion and split nuts faint etch surface rust and handle worn with several chips and a repaired crack near top horn. And a 12 inch with 14 tpi no visible etch on rusty blade steel backed 1880s keystone medallion handle worn -more significantly on backside- and bottom horn chipped. Good- SSA125 126 30 60 photo
6501-235 *6501-235 Lot of two wooden buckets. A white oak one with steel hoops in mint condition stamped on the bottom D. Bratcher Liberty MO. 11 inches tall thick twine handle. And a smaller one in poor condition. Weathered wood held in place with wooden hoops secured with staple nails - rusty and wood coming apart at one handle. Inside lined with what looks like tar that is peeling off has plastic rope handle. Fair and better DTN480 25 50 photo
6501-236 *6501-236 EADCO pressure testing kit. that is a wild guess. The truth is I have no idea what this does. Several parts some of which appear to be fitted for an airhose. The only reference I can find to EADCO is European Aerospace Design Consultants. Whatever it is it is practically new in its original fitted wooden box. Good SGN22 20 40 photo
6501-237 *6501-237 Part for STANLEY No. 150 mitre box. If anyone is missing the clamp part that has the logo and number heres your chance. Japanning 80 percent light surface rust on a few areas red logo good. Good COL166 5 10 photo
6501-238 *6501-238 Lot of two ADLAKE railroad locks. Both are 3 inch wide by 3 and a half inches tall and have 16 inch chains keyhole covers still move bodies have some surface rust. Both are locked. Good CRT124 125 20 40 photo
6501-239 *6501-239 Lot of three YALE and TOWNE padlocks. Largest is 3 inch x 2 and a fourth inch smallest 1 and seven eighths x 1 and a fifth inch. All brass clearly marked the two larger have chains attached all locked but no keys included. Good CGN207291292 15 30 photo
6501-240 6501-240 Canvas seed sower. A Horn by the CYCLONE SEEDER CO out of Urbana IN bag measures 14 inch by 12 inches with nice striped strap that is a little faded bronze cap at end with twist opening. Comes with collapsable tin horn. Bag dingy with a few holes but good logo. Good SPM264 40 80 photo
6501-241 6501-241 Lot of two wire tools. A SARGENT wire cutter nibble nose No. 315 4 inch long new old stock still in packaging. And ROBINSON M-84 wire twisters 10 inches long 14 inch long with wire twister extended. Good and better BFS55 270 30 60 photo
6501-242 6501-242 KLEIN TOOLS Bell System telephone repair kit. In nice leather case features pliers files cutters small screwdriver and even a very small mirror on a thin handle. Slight surface rust but all there. Good MRA178 30 60 photo
6501-243 6501-243 Lot of cast iron keys. 25 total ranging from 2 inches to a little over 5 inches in length some with elaborate wards. Mild surface rust on about half. Good WOL391 40 80 photo
6501-244 *6501-244 J. ROE and SONS demolition charge computing tape. Looks shiny and barely used has tape that comes out top and bottom that is calibrated for TNT and all forms of masonry timber concrete. Different. Good plus MRA179 20 40 photo
6501-245 6501-245 Lot of three sad irons. All cast iron one marked ACW 6. One marked B and Co. 7 and one unmarked. ACW one has paint flecks and a chip out of the top some light surface rust. Unmarked one is painted black with thin handle has about 70 percent japanning. B and Co one has surface rust and grooved handle. All are 6 inches long. Good NHN1 50 100 photo
6501-246 6501-246 WENTWORTH patent saw vise. Based on Wentworths 1879 patent for the cam-operated lock and subsequently manufactured by both Seneca Falls and E.C. Stearns. This one has a bench clamp marked Stearns patent that has a different finish and I suspect someone married the two at some point. 10 and a half inch jaws. Good NHN83 40 80 photo
6501-247 6501-247 GOODELL-PRATT buttress. Used by farriers to trim horse hooves this one is marked Goodell-Pratt Company Toolsmiths and has open bell shaped handle at the end as well as grip in the middle. Blade held into place by a screw and is still nice and sharp japanning 40 percent. Different. A must-have for the Goodell-Pratt collector. Good DTN485 50 100 photo
6501-248 6501-248 PELTON and CRANE dental autoclave pressure gauge. There is nothing on this pressure gauge to indicate that it was specifically for dental equipment but that is what Pelton and Crane founded in Detroit in 1900 and still going strong specialized in. Brass body beveled glass face 2 and a quarter inch diameter. Good PLH137 30 60 photo
6501-249 *6501-249 Cast iron ladle. Used for smelting 14 inches long by 3 and a quarter inches wide with surface rust. Good JAR72 15 30 photo
6501-250 *6501-250 Lot of two mason trowels. One is a UNION TOOL CO. edger No 10 5 and a half inch by 3 and a half inch with side curve sole. Other is groover has makers mark but too worn to read peaked center sole 7 and a half inch by 2 inch. Both have worn handles one has letter S carved in it surface rust and cement on both. Good JPR300312 20 40 photo
6501-251 6501-251 ARCADE riveting tool. 11 inches long by 7 inch tall cast iron with light surface rust in a few spots otherwise in very nice condition and works smoothly. Good BKF85 30 60 photo
6501-252 6501-252 Lot of two KLEIN wire crimping tools. Both manufactured by the Chicago electrical supply company KLEIN and SONS 10 inches long chip out of one handle surface rust makers mark on inside handle. And 11 and a half inches long ones with a rotating hinge at end making the tool reversible marked 132-15 on inside handle some surface rust. Good HAN15 22 30 60 photo
6501-253 6501-253 O. HANKS patent sighting level These levels are usually marked O. Hanks Patent 1847 but no one has ever found the patent. Manufactured by M.W. Atkins of Bristol. This one is in well above average condition with much of the gold pinstriping present minimal rust and both sights although the japanning has crackled. Good plus SPM164 75 150 photo
6501-254 6501-254 PPG glass running pliers. Has Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company stamp and U.S. Patent 2736218 on body. 9 and a half inch with 2 inch wide head with floating jaws designed to keep tool perpendicular to glass. Works smoothly small amount of surface rust. Good NW1962 30 60 photo
6501-255 6501-255 Lot of two saw sets. A KEEN KUTTER with 60 percent of nickel left and some surface rust turnscrew and handles still work well. And a TAINTOR MFG CO. No. 7 with surface rust and most of nickel plating gone but works smoothly. Good JPR214 215 30 60 photo
6501-256 6501-256 Lot of two leatherworking tools. First is a leather hole punch by EYELET TOOL CO. of Boston 10 inches long and punches three sixteenth hole handles have 60 percent japanning head has some surface rust and a few dings but tool works smoothly. And a what looks like a leather scraper with carved wooden handle and 1 inch blade 6 inch long overall. Unmarked and worn cuts double bead pattern. Good BKF79 186 30 60 photo
6501-257 *6501-257 Blacksmithing tongs. 17 and a half inches long handforged diamond shaped. Slight bend in middle of one handle but otherwise nice. Good CGD227 25 50 photo
6501-258 6501-258 Lot of two STANLEY squares. A No. 10 with 8 inch blade marked Stanley on front of blade and Pattern Lab on back of handle as well as various sets of numbers on back of blade. Handle good with a few dings blade unruled with slight pitting. Plus a No. 16 mitre square with sweetheart mark some surface discoloration but otherwise good. Good CRT133 134 30 60 photo
6501-259 6501-259 Door knocker. Solid brass in the form of an eagle with a shield and arrows. Mild tarnishing on backside but front clean has attachment screws and washers. Good plus SPM273 30 60 photo
6501-260 6501-260 CALHOON patent bevel. Used primarily for roofing and marked with A. O. Calhoon Victor MO and 2-5-07 patent date. 10 and a half inch by 9 and a half inch level intact. Has about half its nickel plating level vial wet wingnut looks replaced. Good CRT116 60 120 photo
6501-261 6501-261 Lot of two sets of brass trammel points. One set is 4 and a half inches long with turnscrew tops steel points have some surface rust only a few light scratches on a plain 7 inch wood keeper bar. And a 8 inch long set cast iron turnscrew adjustments marked five sixteenths large square bodies with clean 4 and a quarter inches long steel points. On 4 and a half inches wood keeper bar. Good plus WOL357 369 40 80 photo
6501-262 *6501-262 FRARYS Improved Spring Balance. Brass face with black japanned casing around spring with ring at top and hook at bottom. Brass has slight tarnish surface rust on metal japanning 70 percent. Good CGD342 20 40 photo
6501-263 6501-263 Lot of two bone plumb bobs. Both 6 inch long bone with decorative brass steel points. Very clean. Good plus NW1574 1575 50 100 photo
6501-264 6501-264 Lot of two squares. One is a mitre both made of rosewood with nice decorative brass plates on handles. A few dings and scratches but still very attractive squares. Good plus WOL360366 40 80 photo
6501-265 6501-265 One-handed pull shave. Unmarked and not that old concave head for hollowing brass body 6 inches long. Fine SSA181 30 60 photo
6501-266 6501-266 LOWENTRAUT Lathe sizing chisel. Adjustable for both diameter and depth of cut has a removable gouge cutter. Adjustment knob good metal has some rust handle looks like it is been carved down at end. Not a common tool. Good SSA72 30 60 photo
6501-267 6501-267 BULLARD precision level. Each division measures .00025 inch incline per foot. Has a green finish in its original fitted box with adjusting tools and label. Only problem is a chunk broken out of the plastic handle. Good HBE 80 160 photo
6501-268 6501-268 BERGER No.1G dumpy level. Serial number is 7411 which would make it late 1908. A couple of tapped holes make it look like there may be a piece missing on the adjustment. 11 inches long. Good BKF122 60 100 photo
6501-269 6501-269 Drafting set. Contains both brass steel and bone drafting tools in varying condition including compasses and bone rules 11 total. Includes key to box and blue velvet lined box needs to be glued back together but appears all parts are there. Good- GRN11 75 150 photo
6501-270 6501-270 Ultimatum style mortise gauge. Oval brass plated ebony head might be a mark but too faint to read solid brass stem with interior screw adjustment a couple of dings but good sharp points. Good NW 40 80 photo
6501-271 6501-271 Square brass plumb bob. Roughly 570g 6 inches long seven eighths wide ruled on one side with black inlay. Has some green paint on two sides Good DT137 40 80 photo
6501-272 6501-272 Lot of two STANLEY squares. A No. 2 that is 7 and a half inches long and one that is 11 and three fourths inches long with trefoil escutcheons. Both have sweetheart marks and rosewood handles which have a majority of the decal. Larger one has pitting and light surface rust smaller one is cleaner. Good plus NHN307 309 30 60 photo
6501-273 6501-273 Lot of two steel handled try squares Unsigned one has India stamped on it but I think itÕs a name. 6 and one fourth inch unruled blades one slightly wider. Light overall surface corrosion. Good SSA135137 50 90 photo
6501-274 6501-274 STARRETT No. 230RL micrometer IOB Starretts top of the line outside micrometer with 1 inch range .001 inch graduations ratchet stop. In near mint condition except for one spot where it looks like a piece of tape discolored the metal. Box is intact and marked to show when it was calibrated. A new one will run you 210 dollars. Fine SSA151 90 150 photo
6501-275 *6501-275 Lot of two STANLEY No. 6386 metal tape measures. Both marked with patent dates on reverse steel tapes have some surface discoloration. Good- LKY26 10 20 photo
6501-276 6501-276 TACRO drafting set. Marked Tacro Inc W Germany 13 very clean and shiny stainless steel pieces in red velvet lined zippered orange case. A piece may be missing. Good plus LKY12 30 60 photo
6501-277 *6501-277 SEARS micrometer. A little surface rust but no damage and still works smoothly. Good plus SSA150 20 40 photo
6501-278 *6501-278 French pocket compass. Brass case with glass covered compass. Marked only FRANCE. Brass a little tarnished. Good- LKY25 15 30 photo
6501-279 6501-279 Lot of two bevels. A TWIX sliding bevel square 4 inch handle and 5 and a half inch blade in good condition. And a STANLEY No. 18 in near mint condition. Good plus DST590 592 30 60 photo
6501-280 6501-280 Childs tool kit. Made in Poland looks to be all there and unused. Includes wrench set pliers hammer screwdriver saw and even sandpaper. Very light surface rust on some of the metal items. Good plus CGN173 30 60 photo
6501-281 6501-281 PIKE bench grinder. The No. 8 Peerless Junior model still has almost all of its green paint and a good decal grinding wheel is a later replacement. Good NHN164 50 100 photo
6501-282 *6501-282 RED DEVIL No. 1 staple gun. Staples diamond glazier points still some in there and works well. Has 80 percent or original red paint some surface rust. Good HAN322 25 50 photo
6501-283 *6501-283 Contour gauge. Unmarked ruled 6 inches long some light wear but clean. Good NHN258 10 20 photo
6501-284 *6501-284 Graining combs set. Used by painters and likely manufactured by RIDGELY this set has 12 combs with varying tine widths and overall widths of 1 inch to 4 inch. Combs have surface rust but in good condition. In rusty brass plated case with majority of brass gone. Good BKF98 25 50 photo
6501-285 6501-285 Patented box cutter and opener. Marked with Patent 1628606 and POOLEY CLARK MFG CO GREENE IOWA on handle. Has angled blade attached to curved handle with corner box piece designed to run level along edge of box. Has most of its nickel plating blade sharp some spots of surface rust and slight pitting. Good DST389 40 80 photo
6501-286 6501-286 Lot of two tools. A STANLEY No. 48-091 marking gauge in like-new condition and a set of 7 wrench bits 4 and a quarter inch to 3 and a half inches long and 1 inch to three eighths inch heads square sockets and one octagonal a few marked HARGRAVE and others marked 7388. Slight surface rust on some. Good and better VIN306 307 30 60 photo
6501-287 6501-287 Lot of four MILLERS FALLS tools IOB. A No. 490 Torpedo level a No. 47 expanse bit No. 106 carving tool set and a No. 5 block plane. All appear to be unused or gently used boxes have some tape on corners and some roughness. Good plus CKE5 12 13 14 40 80 photo
6501-288 *6501-288 Lot of four clamping tools. A PETERSEN MFG CO. vice grip tool some wear on outside of jaws and a few drops of red paint. Another vice tool unmarked except for Made in USA nice handle and wingnut style vice. Plus two clamps a 3 inch one marked CINCINNATI TOOL CO. with most of its red paint and a 3 inch one marked HARGRAVE in good shape. Good JAR153 169 162 168 25 50 photo
6501-289 6501-289 Lot of DOUGLASS MFG CO. chisels. Early New England maker later acquired by James Swan Co. a quarter inch to 2 inch wide blades 9 total. One skew rest flat. Nice decoratively carved handles with brass collars a few cracked and tarnished and one missing its collar. Some handles cracked or repaired one handle looks like a replacement. Blades have surface rust but sharp. Good RYP311 75 150 photo
6501-290 6501-290 MILLERS FALLS No. 106 carving tools set IOB. Clean and virtually unused in original box. Inner box is near mint outer shipping box is scuffed with taped corners but good label. Fine SGN15 40 80 photo
6501-291 6501-291 Set of four MARPLES crank neck chisels. Quarter inch half inch and two 1 inch chisels blades have spots of surface rust handles nice and clean and three have partial labels good brass ferrules. Good plus WOL376 30 60 photo
6501-292 *6501-292 Antique nail rake. Metal handle with 5 prongs at head 9 inches long with 1 and a half inch prongs. Has about half the nickel plating. Good HAN111 20 40 photo
6501-293 6501-293 Carving tools. Various maker stamps including E.C. MULLER HAUSER and CO. VAUTIER and DAVID BORLOZ. Blades range from half inch to 3 inches long handles in various states of condition some cracked. Blades have some surface rust. 19 tools total plus one single blade. Good BKF90 80 160 photo
6501-294 6501-294 Set of BUCK BROS. bevel edge chisels. Seven total ranging from one eighth inch to 2 inch. All by Buck but from different sets. Hickory socket handles all but one have striking ends. Metal clean and sharp handles have wear but no damage. Good plus BBG9 80 150 photo
6501-295 6501-295 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS drills IOB. No. 188A automatic push drill in near mint condition with black bakelite handle and five of original 8 bits. You will see 50 North Bros-Stanley drill for each one by MF. Plus a very clean No. 2A-G single speed hande drill. Boxes tattered and taped 188A has 50 percent label. Good plus SGN2021 90 180 photo
6501-296 6501-296 GREENLEE No. 452 spiral ratchet screwdriver IOB. Tool appears to be unused has nice green translucent handle spring-loaded. Includes 4 bits -1 drill and 3 flat head- original drive bit envelope plus a set of 8 improved drill points one sixteenth to eleven sixtyfourths in original plastic tube. Box in good condition slightly dirty but corners good and no significant wear. Fine EHN2 40 80 photo
6501-297 6501-297 Set of pocket screwdrivers. 6 total all but one made by GENERAL HARDWARE MANUFACTURING CO. one made by CRAFTSMAN all metal with nice knurled grips. Heads range from one thirty seconds of an inch to one eighth inch in what looks like nice handmade case with unique triangle latch. Good plus NW1573 20 40 photo
6501-298 6501-298 Lot of five screwdrivers. Both phillips and flat heads 14 inch to 6 inches in length makers include MAC BRIDGEPORT PHILLIPS with two patent dates nickel plated unmarked one with knurled grip and what looks like a GEORGE GAY ratcheting screwdriver with 12.17.78 patent date on iron plate and an added brass plate on other side emblazened with the word SIX possibly to help repair broken handle with chunk missing out of end. Good- and better VTD219 40 80 photo
6501-299 6501-299 YANKEE No. 75 push brace. One of North Bros. less common models with entirely enclosed body. Works smoothy although the reversing switch does not seem to operate. Head has wear. Good MRA236 40 80 photo
6501-300 6501-300 UNION No. 60 veneer scraper. Has rosewood sole and handles blade unmarked surface rust on some areas but overall in decent shape japanning 80 percent. Good COL156 40 80 photo
6501-301 6501-301 Stamp set. Hat makers size stamp set two are missing their metal numbers but has a total of 20 out of the 21 stamps. Stamps are good with no rust a few handles are cracked. Unique. Good VIN252 75 150 photo
6501-302 6501-302 Honing stone. 4 inch round in beautifully carved two-piece box made of what looks like mahogany stone shows mild use with a few dings at edges. Box has a few scratches and nicks. Good plus SPM187 30 60 photo
6501-303 6501-303 Lot of three multitool handles. All wood handled with bits inside one by H.M. CORP one by MILLERS FALLS one unmarked. All have some wear and surface rust. Good MRA180 181 182 30 60 photo
6501-304 6501-304 Lot of two tool handles. A G. W. WRIGHT with 8-12-84 patent date stamped on brass collar rosewood handle wingnut turnscrew chuck 7 tools in handle. And a MILLERS FALLS with 9 tools in handle and knurled screw chuck. Good plus HAN297 298 50 100 photo
6501-305 *6501-305 Lot of two archimedean drills. One by GOODELL-PRATT with 7-22-90 and 11-17-91 patent dates on collar flat head handle worn. And an unmarked one with quarter inch bit handle slightly worn metal clean. Good CRT129 130 20 40 photo
6501-306 *6501-306 Lot of two hand scrapers. One by A.E. BENNETT SPECIALTY MFG CO. dirty with some surface rust and slightly worn handle makers mark 70 percent there. Plus an unmarked triangular one surface rust but blade edges sharp handle cracked near collar. Good- and better COL133 134 20 40 photo
6501-307 6501-307 Lot of four plumb bobs. A 3 and a half inch Diamond Edge hexagonal from SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE with user initials carved into it a clean unmarked 4 inch steel hexagonal one a 5 inch 12 oz steel conical one marked PandC 1605 with surface rust and a 6 inch teardrop brass marked GLOBE 16 with steel tip with leather POST sheath some tarnish on brass. Good- and better NW1094 1098 1134 1154 40 80 photo
6501-308 6501-308 GEO. W. JOHNSON MFG CO. plumb bob. 7 inches long teardrop made of steel with some surface rust stamped with the St. Louis makers name some slight dings. Good NW1304 40 80 photo
6501-309 6501-309 Lot of three STARRETT mercury plumb bobs IOB. 5 and a half inch 5 inch and 4 inch sizes boxes all in good condition with small amount of wear. Labels good 4 inch label slightly coming off bobs have small light surface rust spots two have string overall in excellent condition. Good plus DT103 105 104 100 200 photo
6501-310 6501-310 Patented internal reel plumb bob. Covered by a design patent issued in 1964 to Joseph Prutch of San Pedro CA labelled No. 20 but do not know who made it. Aluminum body with steel tip. Good plus SGN9 50 80 photo
6501-311 6501-311 STANLEY No. 2 plumb bob. Brass with steel tip 4 inches long SRandL mark on take-up reel. Some scratches and dings and user intials and numbers etched into body. Good LKY33 50 100 photo
6501-312 6501-312 Brass plumb bob. 3 inches long with steel tip some dings with nicely turned wooden string keeper and handle. Handle has some stains and steel point has some surface rust spots but overall attractive. Good CGD396 30 60 photo
6501-313 6501-313 Lot of five small plumb bobs. All unmarked teardrop and cone shapes 3 inch to 1 and a quarter inches long. One cast iron one steel a brass one a 3 inch one made of wood and the smallest one also made of brass. Good NW1148 1975 1964 1886 1977 30 60 photo
6501-314 *6501-314 Large turnip-shaped plumb bob. Cast iron 6 inches long unmarked some surface rust and dinging. Good NW1086 20 40 photo
6501-315 6501-315 Lot of two brass plumb bobs. A 4 inch teardrop shaped one with steel tip by DIETZGEN with minor wear. And a lathe decorated conical 6 and a half inch long one has a knurled top grip with some light tarnish a few dings on body. Good plus SPM271 272 40 80 photo
6501-316 6501-316 STANLEY No. 1 plumb bob. Brass with steel tip 3 and a half inches long SRandL mark on take-up reel. Some scratches and dings. Good plus LKY32 75 150 photo
6501-317 6501-317 Decorative turnip-shaped plumb bob. 6 inches brass with long iron tip. User initials GT stamped into body some dinging brass slightly tarnished. Good NW1091 30 60 photo
6501-318 6501-318 Set of RUSSELL JENNINGS spur auger bits IOB. All Russell Jennings except one Millers Falls bit in there minimal rust and look barely used. Box has 80 percent of inside label some outer wear one lower hinge broken but has all latches. Good VIN263 50 100 photo
6501-319 *6501-319 Lot of three large spur auger bits. One 2 and a quarter inch and two 2 inch ones all with surface rust. Good CGD353 376 377 20 40 photo
6501-320 6501-320 Lot of two spur auger sets. Six RUSSELL JENNINGS ranging from one fourth inch to three fourth inch some have surface rust. And eleven unmarked ones except for Made in USA on some - one fourth inch to 1 inch in diameter - mostly clean. Good DST565 572 30 60 photo
6501-321 6501-321 Drill and auger bits. Various makers ranging in size from one eighth inch to one half inch mostly drill but a few auger bits in there too. All inside a worn Hibbard Spencer and Bartlett file box with most of its label. Good CDE2167 30 60 photo
6501-322 *6501-322 STANDARD TOOL CO. drill bits IOB. Look never used five and a half inch and one five sixteenths inch in worn box that originally held one dozen. Good plus CDE2166 20 40 photo
6501-323 6501-323 Lot of four hollow augers. A STEARNS patent with about 65 percent japanning and some surface rust marked with patent number 2380. Another STEARNS patent marked with 6.12.77 date on blade holder still has most of its japanning and red paint. A half inch fixed diameter one with no maker mark has both sharp blades surface rust. And an unmarked one with 1 and a quarter inch blade and 3 and a half inch opening Good and better JAR33 36 37 38 35 65 photo
6501-324 *6501-324 Lot of three spoke pointers. Two with a 2 and a half inch blade and 3 inch in diameter one has nice tulip shaped casting. And one that is 2 inch in diameter but no blade. All have some surface rust smaller one has some pitting. Good JAR31 32 34 25 50 photo
6501-325 6501-325 Patented pipe tool. Marked H T MERRIAM WARE- MASS this appears to be a tool for removing burs internally on pipes from Patent 1049124. This one is marked Patent Applied For so must pre-date the patent grant. Has about 50 percent japanning and all 3 blades. Some surface rust and dings. Never seen one before. Good JAR35 40 80 photo
6501-326 6501-326 Lot of three STANLEY No. 1719 storm sash fastners. All three complete and with original instruction booklets that are marked both Stanley Works and Stanley Rule and Level Plant with sweetheart marks. Fastners are japanned with very little wear. Screws have some surface rust. Booklets have some dirt and are folded but in very good condition. For the Stanley collector who has it all. Good plus VTD223 50 100 photo
6501-327 6501-327 Small hand drill. Possibly a jewelers tool wingnut spring jaws black painted wood grip and handle with brass arm and copper collar 6 inches long. Unmarked. Good plus MRA134 30 60 photo
6501-328 6501-328 Lot of two corner bit braces. A STANLEY No. 984 surface rust but sweetheart logo visible handle has slight wear. Plus an unmarked one with large octagonal chuck handle worn and stained head nice surface rust. Good COL158 30 60 photo
6501-329 6501-329 Market scale. 26 inches long wrought iron decorative beam and 12 and a half inch diameter beaten brass bowl surface rust. Comes with weights from a dumbell set that are presumably replacements but very decorative and attractive. Good MRA257 75 125 photo
6501-330 6501-330 STANLEY Handyman no. H895 tool cabinet. Only has square drill combination tool block plane smoothing plane and level. Tools are rusty and worn. Box also has surface rust but good label. Good- BB259 40 80 photo
6501-331 6501-331 Lot of three wooden mallets. One 5 three quarters inches long with 3 and a third inch diameter with 11 and a half inch handle with iron bands around each end of the head head shows some use on ends. One 4 and a quarter inch long by 3 inch diameter with 9 inch handle decoratively carved with some wear and handle has crack at base head shows a little use. And one 3 and three quarters inches long by 3 inch diameter with 7 inch handle also decoratively carved but has some large chips out of head and handle. Good- and better SPM184 184 186 50 100 photo
6501-332 6501-332 Lot of two coffin planes. A UNION FACTORY handled 9 and a half inches long with 2 inch BUTCHER blade. Crack across top of body where it meets the handle blade rusty but sharp some checks and inactive worm in body wedge slightly worn. And a D. COLTON and B. SHENEMAN -2 stars- unhandled one 7 and a half inches long wedge slightly worn at top 2 inches BUTCHER blade rusty but edge sharp owners stamps and a few stains on body couple of small chips at throat. Good RYP1618 50 100 photo
6501-333 *6501-333 Scraper. Looks manufactured but unmarked. 3 inch blade held in place on the 13 inch carved handle with wingnut. Blade has some pitting and surface rust but handle clean and in good condition. Good plus DST417 20 40 photo
6501-334 *6501-334 Lot of two wooden spokeshaves. Both unmarked worn and stained one with a 3 inch blade and nicely carved body and the other a 2 and a half inch blade with straight handles and a hanghole. Both have iron plates and blades with surface rust though blades sharp. Good- SPM190 191 20 40 photo
6501-335 6501-335 BRITT and PAGE patented scraper. Patent No. 619131 dated February 7 1899 and marked as such on the body handle worn but frame in excellent condition with no rust some mild discoloration on blade. Good plus DST414 40 80 photo
6501-336 6501-336 MILLERS FALLS cigar shave. 10 inch model with 2 inch cutter. Blade has a few spots of surface rust traces of orange paint on the handles some red japanning left on body blade sharp. Good CKE11 30 60 photo
6501-337 6501-337 E.C. ATKINS scraper. 12 inch wide beech body cast iron bracket with most of its japanning held by two wingnuts and marked E.C. ATKINS INDIANAPOLIS IND body has slight wear scraper blade has light surface rust but fully functional and an uncommon Atkins tool. Good plus KGM221 30 60 photo
6501-338 6501-338 WOODEN MALLET Unusually long at 18 inches with 9 and a half inch head turned from a single piece looks like oak. Well used with a couple of large checks but still plenty of life left in it. Good SPM185 40 80 photo
6501-339 6501-339 Dealers lot of advertising rules. In a repurposed cigar box there is around 70 advertising rules spanning many decades and makers mostly boxwood but some plastic and painted ones in there too. A gold mine for those advertising rule enthusiasts. Various NHN201 40 80 photo
6501-340 6501-340 Lot of slide rules. A CONCISE Chemical Tables and Circular Slide rule in case in like new condition with reference booklet and a 1959 PICKETT N4-ES slide rule in leather case. In good condition case has name marked on inside flap with black marker. Plus a white plastic POST 1230P divided rule 6 and three fourths inches long marked U.S. ST-D some wear includes leather case. Good plus LKY11 50 100 photo
6501-341 6501-341 User made mortise gauge. 12 inches long fruitwood stem head is laminated outer layer of boxwood separating slightly from central part. Fixed width mortise pins some scratching of wood at pins hand cut brass locking nut. Attractive. Good CDE1841 30 60 photo
6501-342 6501-342 Lot of four tape measures. A cloth tape LUFKIN in metal case with 70 percent yellow japanning tape is good except faded at beginning wind hinge slightly sprung. Another LUFKIN cloth tape slightly dingy inside a DIETZGEN leather case has some scuffs but wind hinge good. An unmarked cloth tape in which someone has sewed on the first foot of a DEAN tape as repair and end held together with safety pin but rest of tape is yellow with bright markings in leather case in good condition with brass mouth and wind hinge. And a EVANS white metal tape in rubber case with good metal logo and hinge tape has a few spots of surface rust and some fading. All measure 50 feet. Good- and better DST531 529 530 532 40 80 photo
6501-343 6501-343 MARSHALL ebony boat level. Rounded ends full brass top plate and feet 9 and three quarters inch. One of the less common Glasglow makers of Scottish-style levels. Grain on one end has split but otherwise good. Good- JRI220 50 100 photo
6501-344 *6501-344 Lot of two rolls of fishing line. One spool of Coraline brand advertised as 23 lb test for bass and tarpon decals are faded but legible and one marked Diabolo with German patent. Good NHN42 20 40 photo
6501-345 6501-345 DAVIS inclinometer. Mantel clock style japanning 60 percent left corner broken off at base. Dial good with pointer very little tarnish vial wet. Good DTN77 50 100 photo
6501-346 6501-346 Small DAVIS level. A little under 4 inches long it looks like it was cut off from larger Davis level and had the ends polished. Vial wet japanning mostly gone someone has scratched their initials on one of the brass plates containing patent dates. Good DTN83 40 80 photo
6501-347 6501-347 Lot of two STANLEY No. 41 pocket levels. A Type 3 and a Type 5. Type 5 is very clean Type 3 has about 50 percent japanning. Both vials good and have top screws. Good LKY24 30 60 photo
6501-348 6501-348 Lot of miniature layout tools. Look handmade includes a 2 inch brass bevel with small tarnish spots 2 and a half inch iron dividers with surface rust and a try square with 3 inch steel blade with small pitting and brass handle. Unmarked except for P S and TUBS on square. Delicate and beautiful. Good plus FBR114 50 100 photo
6501-349 6501-349 CAMPBELL patent rule attachment. Deceptively simple tool that clamps onto a rule to make it into a square using a cog locking lever made of brass which has patent date stamped on it. Similar to the Boyes patent but much less common. Fine FBR118 50 100 photo
6501-350 6501-350 Lot of three pocket levels. STANLEY No. 40 a STANLEY No. 41 Type 4 with 6-24-96 date plus an unmarked 3 inch one that is missing its top screw. No. 41 in good condition No. 40 is missing much of its japanning. All vials good. Good LKY23 30 60 photo
6501-351 *6501-351 STARRETT No. 134 cross test level. Marked with the Athol Mass mark vials wet has about 70 percent of nickel plating. Good KGM231 10 20 photo
6501-352 6501-352 Hand auger. Blade looks hand-forged with H. Miller cast into shaft cuts 4 inch hole nice and sharp with screw threads good hickory handle has some checks but intact nice hand-forged rams horn wing nut. Good SPM303 65 130 photo
6501-353 6501-353 Lot of small gimlets and reamers. 3 inch to 7 inch long both wooden and metal handles surface rust on some. 10 total. Largest one has cracks in wooden handle. Good MRA184 30 60 photo
6501-354 6501-354 Lot of three drilling tools. Two T-handle augers 1 inch and 1 and a quarter inch bits. 17 inch walnut handles have same decorative carvings and shapes so these look like a pair and are worn stained some cracks especially on the base of one. Surface rust. Plus a half inch spur auger drill looks handforged with 1 and a half inch brass head very light surface rust. Good VTD217 30 60 photo
6501-355 6501-355 Lot of two handled tools. A T-handle auger with removable 1 and a half inch bit held in place with large wingnut. Wooden handles with brass collars can be twisted off and removed from center as well. One of the handles has a large chip some surface rust otherwise very nice. Plus a large reamer 1 and a half inch diameter with a crack at the top handle has some large chips and chip one has been repaired. Good- and better CGD237 257 30 60 photo
6501-356 6501-356 Lot of two routers. A SARGENT No. 61 with blade nickel plating good beech knobs have worn patina some surface rust on sole. And a MILLERS FALLS No. 67 later model with black lacquered knobs grey body but black depth stop and blade holder likely replacements. Good BFS40 278 30 60 photo
6501-357 6501-357 Lot of two STANLEY router planes A Type 7 No. 71 with all three cutters extra yoke throat closer significant nickel loss and surface corrosion. And a Type 7 No. 71 and a half with two cutters looks japanned or painted. Both in reproduction pasteboard boxes and repro No. 71 labels. Good JPR36 65 130 photo
6501-358 6501-358 Stanley No. 71 router. Type 7 with both cutters japanning 60 percent knobs have some surface scratches user initials on sole in sharpie some scratching on sole. Good BKF20 30 60 photo
6501-359 *6501-359 STANLEY No. 83 cabinet scraper. Has some wear and rusty blade no roller handles worn. Good- MMY14 20 40 photo
6501-360 6501-360 STANLEY No. 71 router. Type 2 70 percent japanning one cutter knobs have some slight dings and a few stains but no cracks. Good plus FNK198 40 80 photo
6501-361 6501-361 Lot of two STANLEY scrapers. A No. 80 cabinet scraper with no blade but with most of its japanning and a No. 151 adjustable spoke shave flat bottom with sweetheart mark on blade and most of its japanning gone. Good- and better CKE15 40 80 photo
6501-362 6501-362 STANLEY No. 80 cabinet scraper. Sweetheart mark Made in USA and patent dates on cutter holder as well as user initials. Japanning 80 percent some scrapes on sole wear on handles replacement Hock blade. Good KGM58 30 60 photo
6501-363 6501-363 STANLEY No. 65 chamfer shave. Sweetheart blade and some surface rust both fences present japanning 65 percent. Good CKE16 50 100 photo
6501-364 6501-364 H H HARVEY stoneworkers bush hammer. Augusta ME maker. Appears to be marked size 5-4 as well as with several other numbers and the makers mark. 7 inch long with thin metal plates used to texturize stone held together with large screws and nuts one plate has chipped corners. 13 and a half inch handle worn with some chips surface rust. Unusual. Good ALV247 50 100 photo
6501-365 6501-365 Advertising cobblers hammer. Head shows slight use and a few chips on the top has about half its japanning and the claw is marked on top Buy The Star Heel Plates which I have never seen. 4 inches long with 8 and a quarter inches handle in good shape with some small stains. Good ALV169 30 60 photo
6501-366 6501-366 Multitool. Looks like a CHENEY three-in-one adze hammer and nail puller. Has some dirt and surface rust handle may be a replacement. Good- FBR110 35 60 photo
6501-367 6501-367 VLCHEK TOOL CO. ballpeen hammer. Uncommon. A little over 10 inches long 3 and a half inch head with prybar on other end marked as an auto hammer. Solid iron head is dinged a bit and has a couple of small white paint spots. Good BKF82 40 80 photo
6501-368 6501-368 Veneer hammer. Early style unmarked 4 and a half inch head. Handle probably an old replacement. Good KGM78 50 100 photo
6501-369 6501-369 CAPEWELL patented tack puller. Handle worn but original light surface corrosion. Good NW640 30 60 photo
6501-370 6501-370 Advertising coal hammer. A little over 6 inches wide stamped with HOME LUMBER and COAL CO. CLAY CENTER on one side and PHONE 105 on the other. Hammer head worn but point side is good. Some surface rust. 14 inch handle in good shape. Good ALV166 30 60 photo
6501-371 *6501-371 Lot of two STANLEY hammers. A No. 602 10 and three fourths inch long tack hammer with 4 and a half inch head and partial decal and a 10 inches long midget ball peen with 2 and a half inch head and good yellow New Britain notched rectangle decal only missing in a few small spots. Small amount of rust spots but overall clean. Good plus BBG7 20 40 photo
6501-372 6501-372 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS breast drills. A No. 86 1912 version with most of breast plate and drive gear japanning gone. And a No. 118 with 80 percent japanning red drive gear level vial wet handles worn. Good BBG4 5 40 80 photo
6501-373 6501-373 Lot of five hand drills. A PRITZLAFF with large bulbous handle with wear and dings to varnish japanning 60 percent good chuck. A FULTON with 65 percent of its red japanning handle has wear. One marked Made In Western Germany grip heavily worn but has 80-90 percent of red and black japanning. A STANLEY No. H12208 Hy-Lo in excellent condition and a MILLERS FALLS Mohawk Shelburne No. 2500 with 90 percent of red japanning and handle with a few dings no rust. Good- and better VTD224 50 100 photo
6501-374 6501-374 HULTBERG JOHANSON TOOL CO. patented universal tool holder. Marked with 12-9-13 patent date that corresponds to Patent 1080560 has a 7 inch handle and six bits with a friction fit and has keyhole to insert rod to release shanks if stuck. Handle and body have slight wear some surface rust on bits. Good ALV57 30 60 photo
6501-375 6501-375 MILLERS FALLS No. 41 push drill. Possibly from the Stanley Rule and Level model shop as it has -SRandL 1921- in gold paint on one side of handle and lightly etched -No. 42- on the other side of handle. Handle has crack at the base otherwise very clean. Good plus CKE10 50 100 photo
6501-376 6501-376 ELLRICH patent screwdriver. Manufactured by the ELLRICH HARDWARE MFG CO. and marked with 2-19-84 patent date in nice clean shape with only minor wear to wood handle and slight discoloration of flat screwdriver bit. Good MRA175 40 80 photo
6501-377 6501-377 Lot of two breast drills. A MILLERS FALLS No. 13 with red paint on breast plate and drive gear mostly gone has level with wet vial nickel plating 80 percent with some surface rust. And a KEEN KUTTER egg beater with 3-31-96 patent date and partial label on drive gear japanning 60 percent metal clean with only small amount of surface rust. Good- and better DST117 118 40 80 photo
6501-378 6501-378 Lot of two MILLERS FALLS hand drills. A No. 7 12 and a half inches long looks like an early version marked with 9-29-96 patent date on chuck most japanning gone but handle and knob good. And a No. 980 with partial decal 70 percent japanning handle and knobs have wear very minimal surface rust. Good SGN29 50 100 photo
6501-379 6501-379 DUNLAP breast drill. Two-speed with nice red drive gear with most of its label black japanning 70 percent some surface rust handles worn with blue paint on one. Good MSN5 30 60 photo
6501-380 *6501-380 Ratcheting screwdriver. Patent 962057 on handle which does not correspond to any patent I can find this ratcheting screwdriver is 7 inch long including bit. Brass knurled grip and black plastic handle. Different. Good MRA176 10 20 photo
6501-381 6501-381 KLEIN TOOLS No. 64002 push drill with bits. Very nice example of the Yankee type with only a little spots of dirt or surface rust on knurled grip 8 bits in handle one or two small scratches on the body. Good plus ALV143 30 60 photo
6501-382 6501-382 Lot of two Yankee No. 1530A ratchet style hand drills. Both marked 1530A however one has handle and knob similar to a 1530. Other has characteristic red lacquered handles and 70 percent decal. Some wear and surface rust. Good BFS297 298 40 80 photo
6501-383 6501-383 LEB SALES CO. pocket tool kit. Marked with flag mark and Pat. Pending at base still has most of its nickel plating only a few dings 13 tools inside handle including blade drill bit crowbar saw chisel flat head screwdriver etc all under 3 inches long. Tool itself is 4 inches long. Good plus VTD218 40 80 photo
6501-384 6501-384 STANLEY No. 45 combination plane. Type 8 includes all parts including cam stop and screwdriver almost complete set of cutters in user-made wooden boxes with reproduction labels in a reproduction pastemark box original instruction book. Good plus JPR7 120 200 photo
6501-385 6501-385 SARGENT No. 1080 combination plane for parts. The body actually comes from a Fulton original fences with big chip out of one skate two rods and what looks like a complete set of cutters in canvas roll surface rust and need cleaning. Fair JPR1 50 100 photo
6501-386 6501-386 Smoothing plane. Looks like a STANLEY No. 2 but one eighth inch shorter body no number cast into toe. Lateral adjuster says Stanley but has new blade with -.095- etched on back. Lever cap and screw do not look original has the number 6 stamped into tote and sole so may be part of school woodshop. Small chip to top of tote knob has a few dings some surface corrosion japanning 80 percent. Good BKF7 80 160 photo
6501-387 6501-387 No. 10 hollow and round set for STANLEY No 45 combination plane. Nickel worn no cutters. In user made wooden box with sliding lid. Good JPR20 50 100 photo
6501-388 6501-388 MOSSBERG No. 16 wrench and socket set. In original wood box with faded red logo wrench is 9 and a half inches long and marked what looks like No. 350 and patent date 11-11-13. Comes with extension bar and 13 sockets wrench and sockets have light use small spots of surface rust. Box has good hinges and latch partial outer labels. Good HAN244 75 150 photo
6501-389 6501-389 Lot of seven crescent wrenches. Two by AMPCO 6 inches and 10 inches. And five by CRESCENT TOOL CO. 4 inch two 6 inch one 8 inches and 10 inches. Crescent ones have some surface rust. Ampco ones look to be non-sparking kind. Good MAX419 420 40 80 photo
6501-390 *6501-390 Lot of three large wrenches. A 10 inch LARC O MATIC adjustable jaw with mild surface discoloration and patent numbers on handle. A 10 inch LITTLE GIANT with 2.4.13 patent date and 9 inch SAMPSON marked with patent number and other patents pending. Good MAX426 25 50 photo
6501-391 *6501-391 VLCHEK monkey wrench. 11 inches long very clean condition black japanning looks repainted. Adjustable jaw works smoothly and marked Drop Forged and Cleve. O. U.S.A. Good plus NHN22 25 50 photo
6501-392 6501-392 Lot of two monkey wrenches. A 8 inch one by PECK STOW and WILCOX handle has a few scratches and stains metal has surface discoloration and jaws have a few dings but work smoothly. And quick adjusting one by GORDON AUTOMATIC some surface rust and a spot of paint. Good ALV180 402 30 60 photo
6501-393 6501-393 Lot of three small wrenches. What looks like a GIRDER No. 91 War Finish marked 2 2418 and 1945 4 and a half inches long and jaws open smoothly to 1 inch surface rust. A 4 and a quarter inch long one with center nut and partial stamp that looks like the letter A inside a horizontal diamond and date January 7 1901 beneath it some pitting and surface rust. And a 4 inch one marked only Germany small pitting spots and jaws have a few dings. Good ALV224 225 410 30 60 photo
6501-394 6501-394 Lot of three pipe wrenches. A 10 inch one by LARGO marked Patent Pending with center nut adjustment a 10 inch quick adjusting one by WINNER TOOL CO. and 8 inch adjusting one by LAWSON with small amount of surface rust. Good MAX427 30 60 photo
6501-395 6501-395 Lot of three wrenches. A CRAFT 8 inch adjustable roller jaw marked with November 1907 patent date in good condition. A EAGLE GRIP locking pipe wrench marked with Olsons patent 10 inches long clean. And a REED MFG CO. self-adjusting wrench with patent date 8.10.97 on it a few dings but nice. Good MAX425 50 100 photo
6501-396 6501-396 Button fastener. Corresponds to Patent 226549 marked Property of Heaton Peninsular Button Fastener Co Licensed to set Heaton fasteners only. Some surface discoloration and dinging but clean. Unusual. Good MAX422 30 60 photo
6501-397 6501-397 Lot of five adjusting wrenches. Various kinds and makers including BILLINGS and SPENCER TRIMO WINCHESTER and ACME. Good MAX424 30 60 photo
6501-398 *6501-398 EIFEL-FLASH plierench. Manufactured by FLASH SALES CORP. of Chicago. The original version marked only with the first 5-2-16 patent. Some surface rust but works smoothly. Good BCN165 25 50 photo
6501-399 6501-399 French-style double head coach wrench. Has number 19 and partial marking that looks like Acier. Old wooden 4 and a half inch octagonal handle with a few dings but good. Clean 3 and a fourth inch jaws slightly sprung but works smoothly. Good VTD221 30 60 photo
6501-400 6501-400 L. COES patent monkey wrench. Knife handle patent with 12-15-91 and 4-30-95 patent dates on jaw 6 and a half inches long handle worn with split down middle on one side some surface rust on body. Good- ALV237 30 60 photo
6501-401 6501-401 Lot of two wrenches. WRIGHT WRENCH MFG CO. monkey wrench 6 inches long quick-adjusting type. Some surface discoloration and a few slight dings in jaws otherwise a nice example. Plus a WHITMAN and BARNES Hercules loop handle adjustable nut wrench. Marked inside a diamond shaped logo also marked PAT FEB 27 83. 4 and a quarter inches long surface rust and jaw sprung. Good ALV380 417 30 60 photo
6501-402 6501-402 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 but good overall condition works smoothly and clearly marked. User stamp on stem. Good MAX371 60 120 photo
6501-403 6501-403 GENDRON IRON WHEEL CO. bicycle wrench. One of the more rare bicycle wrenches a little over 4 and a half inches long with spoke grip attachment inside the inner jaw bottom knurled nut grip twists to move lower jaw. Marked with 6-7-1892 patent date jaws dinged and slightly sprung. Good ALV392 30 60 photo
6501-404 6501-404 LANGDON mitre box No. 40. Manufactured by MILLERS FALLS this one was marketed as the Star Mitre Box and touted as portable and durable. Adjustable for different angled cuts and still works well. Marked with the 2-5-02 patent date japanning 90 percent clean still has most of Millers Falls sticker on end. Good BFS305A 100 200 photo
6501-405 6501-405 MILLERS FALLS adjustable rotating vise. Jaws are 2 and a half inches wide open to about 2 and three quarters inch. Still has most of red paint and MF label. Japanning about 90 percent. Good plus BFS52 30 60 photo
6501-406 6501-406 THOMSON BROS and Co Seavey patent mitre guide. In good condition with 85 percent japanning minor spots of surface rust but overall very clean. Marked with 3-28-99 patent date that corresponds to Patent 622190. Good plus BFS305B 40 80 photo
6501-407 6501-407 String router. The note that came with said it was the PRESTON and SONS string router a rare tool that did not appear in any catalogs but I do not see the name Preston on it so I can not vouch for it. It is marked -180531- in two places. One cutter. Japanning has been refreshed with black paint and has some loss and someone carved 3 on one handle otherwise good. Good WOL269 60 120 photo
6501-408 6501-408 DISSTON patented saw set. Marked -Patented May 11 1875- on handle which corresponds to Patent No. 163162. Has rotating disk with slots of different thicknesses and two wingnuts to hold saw in place. Has most of its japanning gone and disk has a few chips. Screw which holds disk in place may be a replacement. Biggest apology is it is missing one handle which looks like an old break. Uncommon. Good- DST411 30 60 photo
6501-409 6501-409 Lot of blacksmithing tools. Hand forged six total including tongs clamps crimping tools all 15 inches to 18 inches long. One is stamped with the HELLER BROS CO. stamp with horse. Surface rust and one is dinged up a bit but a nice set. Good CGD393 50 100 photo
6501-410 6501-410 Rotary produce slicer. Attaches to table with wingnut clamp crank turns 6 inch disk with four 2 and a half inch blades with manual feed. Still has majority of its japanning and blades have some spots of surface rust but sharp. Good plus VTD222 30 60 photo
6501-411 6501-411 COLUMBIA MEAT juice press. Manufactured by LANDERS FRARY and CLARK of New Britain CT and consists of cast iron base with turnscrew handle circular juicer and handled press. Japanning 70 percent on base and nickel plating 65 percent on juicer and press surface rust. Good VTD220 40 80 photo
6501-412 6501-412 Lot of two metal shears. Monster 16 inch shears labelled only T-06 and 12 inch set labelled Compton U Set. Good plus SGN18 40 80 photo
6501-413 6501-413 Bartenders tool. Worm gear operated corkscrew with brush in the end. Has to be manufactured but no name on it. Good plus PLH196 30 60 photo
6501-414 *6501-414 Lot of cutting tools. A SPERRY cake knife marked Pat Ap For with 9 inch blade that looks like it is been sharpened several times and what looks like another cake knife with nice wood handle 4 and a half inch blade hang hole. Plus two keyhole saws with pistol grips one marked ALLWAY with surface rust the other may be marked but too rusty to tell. Good- and better DST374 391 797 798 20 40 photo
6501-415 *6501-415 Spice grater. At least that is what it looks like. Nice wooden handle atop steel plate slides over grating plate with one open end and one nicely turned wooden end with knobs to hold. Good PLH139 20 40 photo
6501-416 *6501-416 Hand ice scraper. Marked Made In USA under handle has small blade at base of hollow metal cup 3 inch in diameter with flip up hollow lid to put paper cone in. Tool and blade have surface rust traces of nickel plating. Different. Good MMY31 20 40 photo
6501-417 *6501-417 Large handforged scissors. 11 and a half inches long have a CE stamp near rivet has some surface rust but still sharp and work well. Good VTD225 25 50 photo
6501-418 6501-418 WM BEATTY and SON meat cleaver. Chester PA makers 7 and a quarter inches long and 3 and a half inches wide blade curved at top with nice walnut handle some checks but overall in good condition surface rust on blade but still sharp has hanghole. Good CGD345 40 80 photo
6501-419 *6501-419 Lot of three paperback books. One titled Tools- Working Wood in Eighteenth-Century America by James M. Gaynor and Nancy L. Hagedorn one titled Restoring Tuning and Using Classic Woodworking Tools by Michael Dunbar and one titled The Workbench Book by Scott Landis. All in slightly used condition. Good plus JPR145 148 150 25 50 photo
6501-420 6501-420 Reference book. The Legend of Stanley- 150 Years of The Stanley Works by Jeffrey L. Rodengen hardcover unopened still in plastic wrap. New HAN397 30 60 photo
6501-421 *6501-421 Reference book. American Wrench Makers by Kenneth L. Cope Second Edition like new. Fine DHS 20 40 photo
6501-422 6501-422 The Modern Carpenter and Jointer and Cabinet Maker- A Complete Guide to Current Practice. 1903 edition. Volumes 1 through 6 and 8 -missing 7-. Covers worn in corners and slightly dingy with an occasional paint or water spot pages yellowed but good with writing inside one of the back covers. Good SGN41 100 200 photo
6501-423 6501-423 Paperback book. The Stanley Catalog Collection- Volume II in good condition. Good plus JPR157 30 60 photo
6501-424 6501-424 Paperback book. The Stanley Catalog Collection- 1855 to 1898 in good condition. Good plus JPR156 30 60 photo
6501-425 6501-425 Dealers lot of braces. Six total. Two are  iron look manufactured but no makers one with brass head painted red on the underside and missing its chuck other with cast iron head and square chuck. A MILLERS FALLS No. 12 with 10 inch sweep rosewood head and grip with some paint on head a SAMSON 8010C with 12 inch sweep rosewood head and grip -grip has what looks like copper and steel insert probably user modified- a CRAFTSMAN with 12 inch sweep wood head but metal grip and a FULTON with 10 inch sweep worn wood head and grip is cracking chuck a bit chewed. Various FNK229 231 226 235 236 237 40 80 photo
6501-426 6501-426 Dealers lot of calipers. 13 total includes inside type outside type and dividers. Most have spring adjusters. Range in size from 3 inch to 7 inch makers include STARRETT LOWENTRAUT UNION GARLOCK PACKING CO. A few have some surface rust spots and slight pitting but most are in good condition. Various HAN 60 120 photo
6501-427 6501-427 Dealers lot of 11 block planes. A recent STANLEY 110 with grey lever cap and sticker japanning 80 percent STANLEY 12-220 England in good condition except for a possible crack in side a SARGENT 207 with lever cap replaced with a block of worn wood highly worn oval mark on blade. A DUNLAP with painted red knobs and blade marked Made in Western Germany japanning 90 percent. A CRAFTSMAN No. 3704 with Stanley No. 9 and a half blade in excellent condition. A late model STANLEY 110 with unmarked blade japanning mostly gone on lever cap. A DIAMOND EDGE DEX 220 blade marked Made in Sweden square wooden knob japanning 75 percent. One that resembles a Stanley 102 but no mark other than Made in USA some pitting. A TWIX with 7 inch sole pressed steel body throat has been widened. A STANLEY 220 with notched rectangle mark on rusty blade japanning nearly complete and knob good. And a nonadjustable AMERICAN BOY block plane 6 and a half inch sole wide flat knob unusual maker. As is no returns. Various CDE1296 1297 1172 12891573 1174 1177 1567 1562 1294 1369 75 150 photo
6501-428 6501-428 Dealers lot of machinists instruments. Calipers trammel points adjustable parallels speed indicators back plunger indicator squares protractors hammer bevel brush seater and communicator cleaners in original boxes depth gauge and collection of conversion charts. Most manufactured by Starrett a few Lufkin in varying conditions but mainly good. No returns. Various HAN233. 224 231 50 100 photo
6501-429 6501-429 Dealers lot of wrenches. 10 total two FORD open end wrenches COCHRAN 6 inch Speednut BILLINGS and SPENCER 8 inch S-handle marked with 11-14-05 patent and an 11 inch B and S one ELGIN Live Alligator one 9 inch marked BARCALO BUFFALO USA with tang on end and three FORD adjustable type. Some have surface rust all seem in working order. As is no returns. Various CGN26 77 78 80 82 85 97 142 203 203A 40 80 photo
6501-430 *6501-430 Dealers lot of molding planes. Seven total. Three AUBURN TOOL CO. a skewed rabbet a round and a side bead. DE VALCOURT and D.R. BARTON rabbet planes and two boxed quirk side beads one by CHAPIN-STEPHENS and one by J. GIBSON. All in overall good condition with all parts. As is no returns. Good TKY74 TKY71 TKY68 25 50 photo
6501-431 6501-431 Dealers lot of STANLEY tools. Two wooden levels a No. 0 with a sweetheart mark and a No. 3 that has both vial adjustment covers intact a No. 66 beader surface rust with one fence and cutter a No. 292 hand scraper with most of its japanning and good handle a No. 75 bullnose rabbet with SRandL mark on blade and has most of its japanning a No. 185 screwdriver with good logo and handle and a set of 8 Yankee screwdrivers with handles in varying conditions but most clean. Various GNM32 33 46B 112 120 204 267 30 60 photo
6501-432 6501-432 Dealers lot of tools. A DISSTON 12 inch with surface rust worn vials wet. A STANLEY No. 110 block plane partial label No. 22 wood bottom with most of japanning and No. 66 hand beader with 70 percent of nickel plating some surface rust one cutter. Two No. 18 sliding bevels one 10 inch and a 8 inch and a framing hammer notched rectangle mark some surface rust good handle. Two metal braces one an AMIDON patent the other a thumbscrew chuck both with some surface rust but good heads. A SARGENT 408 Type 2 with good knob and tote japanning 80 percent. A SHAPLEIGH HARDWARE DIAMOND EDGE DE 5 jack plane japanning mostly gone tote and knob rough. And a crosscut saw 8tpi applewood handle has slight wear and Warranted Superior medallion. As is no returns. Various COL19 118 124 125 127 137 139 160 174 182 100 200 photo