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Fall 2015 Tool Sale

 

Saturday November 14, 2015 9:00 AM

 

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  1. M&H “Armitage Mouse Hole” nail makers anvil, 99lbs. w/ horseshoeing step-down horn, tail has nail header & hardy holes, marked 0-3-15, Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 160.00
  2. Unsigned early 19th Century anvil, approx. 100lbs., w/ squat square form & small horn, pitted G. Sold For 240.00
  3. Unusual bench top box making anvil w/ lg. plate, 3-step brace & square box top, G. approx. 75lbs Additional Photo Sold For 190.00
  4. Small horseshoeing “Colonial” anvil w/ step-down horn, partial number on side (27), approx. 80lbs., shows substantial use, early model, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 280.00
  5. Lg. Horseshoeing “Colonial” anvil w/ step-down horn, approx. 200lbs., w/ bolt header & hardy holes, unmarked, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 340.00
  6. Early nail/chain makers stake anvil w/ narrows ring beak & tapered seam creasing beak, 2 – nail headers, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 160.00
  7. 2 – Anvil stakes: 1 ¾” X 2 ¼” boxing stake, Vg.; 2 ¼” X 2 ¼” C. Storb Bros., square & round seam stake, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  8. 4 – Various blacksmith hammers: 6oz. riveting hammer, Vg.; Wards Master Quality, 5lb. “Western pattern” straight peen sledge, Vg.; Athol, star drill swage mallet, Vg.; 6lb. small sledge, G. Sold For 50.00
  9. 2 – Blacksmith tools: Warwood #452-6lb. sledge, Vg.; homemade round/chain stake anvil Sold For 7.50
  10. 2 – Marking mallets: B&O RR (Baltimore & Ohio Railroad), blacksmith strike mallet w/ ½” letters, G+; double-head tie mark (S in circle & flat w/ pin hole, Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 120.00
  11. 3 – Various log marking mallet heads: I27 in box; P.D. double-head; E. double-head Sold For 85.00
  12. 3 – Various marking mallet heads: DIG; TY; figure of horse above 8 (all later models) Sold For 85.00
  13. 3 – Various marking mallet heads, figural type: “Trident”; “VP-61”; “Lightning bolt – E” Sold For 55.00
  14. 5 -  Various marking mallet heads: “Triangle in triangle”; MT Co.; T; V&S; “+” Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  15. 2 – Tools: unsigned 7 ½” diameter wheel traveler w/ iron handle, Vg.; cleaving adze w/ 2 ½” edge, pitting Sold For 25.00
  16. 2 – Hewing hatchets: Vaughan & Bushnell, 5” edge, Vg.; True Temper #T82-4 ½”, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  17. 3 – Various mallets: “5-V-H” marking mallet w/ handle; double-end marking mallet D-A w/ handle; R. Hawk, pyramid shaped punch stone hammer Sold For 40.00
  18. 3 – Saw “Dresser’s” hammers: Wm. T. Wood & Co., 8lb. cross-peen truing hammer, Vg.; E.T. Atkins & Co. 6lb. cross-peen truing hammer, Vg.; Atkins 20oz. dbl.-face rounding hammer, G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  19.  3 – Saw “Dresser’s” hammers: 10lb. tapered octagon “Dog’s-head” truing hammer, Vg.; unsigned cross-peen fuller hammer; 8lb. dbl.-truing hammer w/ off-angle eye, G. Sold For 60.00
  20. 2 – E.C. Atkins & Co., Saw “Dresser’s” hammers: 7lb. cross-peen, Vg.; 8lb. tapered octagon “Dog’s-head” truing hammer, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  21. 3 – Woodland trade tools: Craftsman “American Racer Tooth” 40” cross-cut saw, Vg.; D.L.T. Co. #62-2ft. small Cant hook, G.; small pike pole w/ 30” handle, G. Sold For 80.00
  22. 2 – Saw “Dresser’s” hammers: Wm. T. Wood & Co., 10lb. “Dog’s-head” truing hammer, G+.; Black Diamond, 9lb. Dog’s-head” truing hammer, missing handle, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  23. Unsigned 11 ½” blocking knife w/ wooden T-handle, hand wrought Vg. Sold For 40.00
  24. Rare, Geo. Meidinger, Rochester NY., “Giant” 5 ¼” – Bridge builder’s T-handle auger, Vg. Sold For 260.00
  25. Cornelius Whitehouse & Sons, Cannock, Mast maker’s 14” straight back drawknife, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  26. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Mast maker’s 14” drawknife w/ steer strike, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  27. 2 – Ice tongs: H. Rowland, Philad. 14” w/ two-loop handles, G+; H.T. Baldwin, 8” w/ single handle, Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  28. 2 – Hook type tools: 9” single handle ice tongs, hand wrought from re-purposed files, G.; T-handle draw hook w/ additional hand wrought draw eye (multi-purposed) Sold For 10.00
  29. 3 – Hand wrought Timber trade tools: 9” bark peel drawknife w/ long solid iron handles, G.; 2 – log drag shackles w/ ring loops ( 1 - small & 1 – large) Sold For 45.00
  30. 2 – Timber trade tools: lg. dbl.-face marking mallet, V*N, vg.; E.R. Mandy, hand wrought 3 ¼” barking slick, pitting Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  31. 2 – Edge tools: Flint Edge “True Temper” felling axe w/ lower lug, G.; unsigned socket handle barking spud, G. Sold For 35.00
  32. S. Folsz (*?) hand wrought side broad axe w/ 9” edge, early form, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  33. 2 – Unsigned edge tools: center bit posthole axe, Vg.; carpenter’s adze w/ full square poll, extended chisel edge, G. Sold For 35.00
  34. Small coopered paint keg w/ hand wrought loop handle, missing one band. Nice primitive piece Sold For 80.00
  35. Pair hand wrought cylinder lock hand cuffs w/ key, possible reworked shackle/union Sold For 95.00
  36. Fine homemade saw sharpening vise w/ hand saw. Vise has mortised & tenon construction, two-stretcher base w/ 27” wide head & 45” height. Saw unsigned Sold For 22.50
  37. Four-frame fellow/pit saw w/ 38” X 2” 4-pt. blade, mortise & tenon construction, hoop & strap tension straps, G. Sold For 45.00
  38. Rare, W.O. Hickok, Harrisburg, Bookbinder’s 24” stitching clamp. Could be used as a veneering clamp, G+ Sold For 60.00
  39. Chairmaker’s four-frame “donkey”/fellow saw w/ 19” X 3/8” 7pt. saw blade. Mortise & tenon pinned constriction, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  40. 2 – Hand saws: wooden bow saw, needs some repairs to blade spool, F.; early Spears & Jackson, Sheffield, 11” steel back saw w/ brass split-nuts. Both saws would bed good for restoration. Sold For 25.00
  41. 2 – Hand saws: Cherry framed Stair-builder’s 6” saw, repaired crack to saw housing, G.; Champion 12”-8pt. “Boy’s” hand saw w/ open grip handle, G. Sold For 17.50
  42. 3 – Primitive tools: home repurposed saw for use as ice saw (?), homemade handle; wooden framed brace missing socket chuck & bits, G.; E.W. Jung, German ball brace w/ thumbscrew chuck, missing grasp ball, but nice rosewood knurl, G. Sold For 15.00
  43. Disston & Sons 18” #D-8-12pt. handsaw, chip from ear of handle otherwise Vg. Sold For 17.50
  44. Worthington “100 years of Progress” model 42” “Champion Tooth” cross-cut saw, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  45. Unsigned 6ft. “Champion Tooth” two-man cross-cut saw, G+ Sold For 50.00
  46. Huge, 18th century Cooper’s 8ft. wooden stave jointer w/ 4 ½” wide iron, possible European origin (stenciled in ink New York), probably Chestnut/”Rock” Oak, throat pitch altered, some carving work around throat, missing prop/legs, (provenance – Brown’s Auction 10-25-2003) Additional Photo Sold For 240.00
  47. Bench top wooden mitre vise, owner strikes of M. Milliken, 23 1/3” length X 8” wide, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 75.00
  48. 5 – Wooden molding planes; English, wedge arm plow plane w/ brass tipped arms, several owner strikes, (no iron) G+; 3 – bead molders: J. Colton, side bead, Vg.; John Bell, Phila. Astragal bead, G.; unsigned side bead, G. Sold For 30.00
  49. 4 – Wooden edge tools: homemade toy block plane, 6 ¾”, G+; 3 – spoke shaves: James Lee, Sheffield, w/ brass adj. screws, Vg.; 2 – unsigned Sold For 25.00
  50. 3 – Wooden marking gauges: late unsigned rosewood, mortise, G.; 2 – Stanley simple marking: late #47-061, Vg.; #61 w/ wooden stop screw, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  51. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: sliding-T bevel w/ brass blade, G.; 6 – assorted spring back, winged calipers, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  52. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: wedge arm post-type 2-rail mortise gauge w/ right angle arms, Vg.; pr. 14” hand wrought strap hinges, spade cusp, Vg.; modern wooden gem vise; etc. Sold For 15.00
  53. 1851, Carve decorated Coopers’ three-screw arm croze plane w/ two knick blades. Pinwheel carved decoration, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 130.00
  54. Wooden Cooper’s croze plane w/ wedge stop, modified saw blade cutter, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 15.00
  55. D.R. Barton, Rochester, cooper’s bench axe, handle replace w/ wrong handle, 8 ¼” edge Sold For 60.00
  56. 2 – Tools: Carpenter’s adze w/ 3 ½” edge & flat poll, Vg.; Sands Level & Tool Co. 26” brass bound wooden level, hanger drilled in end, G. Sold For 17.50
  57. D.R. Barton, 6” right chamfering knife, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  58. 26” Rosewood panel slitting gauge w/ brass stop screw, strikes of C. Matthias, replaced handle, G+ Sold For 50.00
  59. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: “sweetheart” #1193-24” brass bound mahogany level, 1 – vial damaged;  R&L #01-24” cherry wood, 1 – vial damaged Sold For 20.00
  60. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: #323-24” cherry, hanger hole drilled; #0-24” cherry level w/ original box, circa 1950’s-60’s, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  61. 2 – Sargent transitional jointer planes: VBM #3416-18”, refinished, G+; #3420-20”, owner strike on side rail, G. Sold For 17.50
  62. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, Patented 3-27-1849, double wedge jointer plane, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  63. 2 – Handled screw arm wooden plow planes, missing parts: Sandusky Tool, #125 w/ hard rosin fence plate; Scioto Works #96 ½ Sold For 20.00
  64. 2 – Wooden plow planes, missing irons: E&T Ring Co., Worthington, MS. (circa 1840-47) w/ wooden screw stops on rails, clean G+; Ohio Tool Co., #26 handled screw arm, G. Sold For 45.00
  65. 3 – Stanley project planes: #11 belt makers plane, G+; Bedrock #606 jointer (parts plane, frame crack); #40 scrub, missing original  keeper Sold For 45.00
  66. 2 – Stanley planes: #50 adjustable beading plane, missing blades, Vg.; #193 fiber board plane, missing fences, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  67. 3 – Various jack planes: Stanley Gage self-adjusting, #G-5, G+; Craftsman 8 ½” jack, F+; Chapin (?) 9”-C w/ saddle-cap, F+ Sold For 45.00
  68. 3 – Stanley planes: early “sweetheart” #3 smoother w/ low knob, G.; 9” jack w/ Stanley blade, frame unmarked, Vg.; #80 scraper, G Sold For 30.00
  69. 3 – Stanley tools: 2 – “Handyman” jacks (1 – USA), Vg.; #34-8” machine level, missing vial. Sold For 12.50
  70. Peter Wright Patent, Solid Wrought anvil, I – 0 – 25, approx. 137lb., G. (some pitting), 26” from tail to horn X 4” X 10” H Additional Photo Sold For 400.00
  71. 39” High two-part cone mandrel, some pitting Sold For 550.00
  72. M&M Hermitage “Mouse Hole” anvil, 1 – 0 – 6, approx. 118lb., G+, 21” form tail to horn X 4” X 10” H Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 290.00
  73. Small “Colonial Style” anvil without horn, approx. 60lb. marked R. Hill on cheek of anvil, 10”L X 4” X 7 ½”H, some pitting, Additional Photo Sold For 300.00
  74. Small 21” cone mandrel stake in homemade bench/stand, F. – G. Sold For 280.00
  75. Tray lot assorted blacksmith tools: small spoon & ladle swage block, 9” X 6” X 3 ¼” w/ lg. ladle & taster ladle swage, F.; bolt header; nail header; various anvil stakes; nail pincers; etc. Sold For 50.00
  76. Tray lot hand wrought blacksmith tools: 6 – various bolt & nail headers, various styles & sizes; unsigned Dengelstock (field anvil), Vg. Sold For 85.00
  77.  Tray lot assorted hand wrought tools (several re-purposed file tools): PRR cold chisel; hinged kettle handle; 3 – Farrier’s hoof knives; etc. Sold For 20.00
  78. 5 – Assorted metalworking hammers: 4 – rivet hammers (1 – G.T.W., Germantown Tools, & 1 – Plumb); H.D. Smith Patent, “Perfect Handle”, pat. May 28, 1907, ball peen, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  79. 4 – Various blacksmith tools: hand wrought “Lantern Top” brace, unsigned; straight peen hammer; 3 – various rivet/cross-peen hammers Sold For 60.00
  80. Tray lot assorted blacksmith tools: 3 – various straight tongs; Stewart, anvil hardy; hot cutting hammer; forge hammer & 2 – nail pincers Sold For 35.00
  81. 2 – Reamers: “Warranted cast steel” square solid shank tapered reamer w/ T-handle; Vg.; Lg. T-handle tap auger from re-purposed file, G. Sold For 20.00
  82. Lg. Tinsmith 16-hole bench plate w/ various size sockets, 36 ½” X 8” Vg. Sold For 150.00
  83. J.F. North, Berlin, Conn., tinsmith’s Blowhorn stake, 25” from tip of ring stake to tip of horn, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 100.00
  84. Early hand crank wiring machine w/ wooden frame base, adjustable gear top, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  85. Early hand crank burring machine w/ wooden frame base, adj. gear top, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  86. Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co., Plantsville, CT., hand crank burring machine w/ brass tag on top, & iron machine base, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  87. Roy (?) Co., Berlin, CT., candle mold stake, 28” from tip to tip X 10” H, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  88. 2 – Small metalwork tools: small steel bench top anvil, 4 ½” X 1” X 1 ¼”; hand wrought rivet hammer w/ iron handle, G. Sold For 35.00
  89. Tray lot assorted small tools: brass jeweler’s anvil/paper weight; La Francis, drill bit stand; brass die handle; honing stone in cherry wood case; etc. Sold For 35.00
  90. 2 – Small bench top vises: Boney Pat. Clock makers w/ small anvil, Vg.; unknown maker w/ 3 bar head, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  91. Fine, Charles Buck, 4” early chair maker’s drawknife w/ Cherry wood handles, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  92. 3 – Early wooden spoke shaves: homemade walnut handle 2 ½” shave w/ bone sole plate, chamfered shoulders, Vg.; unsigned 2” convex shave w/ brass throat plate, Vg.; cherry handle 2” straight shave, G. Sold For 22.50
  93. Tray lot assorted tools hand wrought 11” winged divider/compass, Vg.; iron handle brace w/ two center bits (brace F.); Stanley sliding-T bevel, Vg.; Union Tool Co., 6” spring back divider, G. Sold For 35.00
  94. 3 – Measuring devices: Disston (?) rosewood & brass mortise gauge, cracked fence, F.; Upson Nut Co. #60-2ft. brass bound 4-fold rule w/ dbl.-arch joints, G,; Upson Nut Co. #62-2ft. brass bound w/ square joint, G. Sold For 12.50
  95. BAH Co., Sweden, 9” horned wooden smoother plane w/ multiple woods, adj. throat plate, N.I.B. Sold For 70.00
  96. A&E Baldwin, New York, screw arm plow plane w/ 11 – irons, brass depth adj. screw & side stop screw, front fence bracket repaired otherwise Vg. Sold For 70.00
  97. Matched Pr. – J. Kellogg, Amherst, Mass., #49-8/8” handle T & G plane set, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  98. 5 – Various wooden molding planes: 4 – side bead: Young & M’Master; Greenfield Tool; Owasco Tool Co., J. Killam (Glastonbury, CT.); Auburn Tool Co., quarter round, G. Sold For 30.00
  99. Softwood carpenter’s tool tray w/ 4 – tools: tapered side tray w/ center tote, screw construction 26” X 10” X 8”; Ohio Tool Co. 22” plank jointer, G.; unsigned 18” shoe-peg scorp, Vg.; 2 – screwdrivers Sold For 25.00
  100. 3 – Hand wrought round/closed scorps, various sizes, G. Sold For 65.00
  101. Tray lot various tools: round burl joiner’s mallet w/ hickory handle, Vg.; rare, W. Donnelley & McClure (*?) 2”   socket handle slick, missing handle; 2 – lg. lathe parting knives, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  102. 2 – Hand wrought round/oblong trencher scorps, G. Sold For 45.00
  103. Tray lot 5 – Firmer/joiner tools: Ohio Tool 1” corner chisel; T. Stones ½” socket mortise chisel; 3 – various chisels ( Butcher, & Greaves); hickory joiner’s mallet w/ barrel shaped head, G. Sold For 22.50
  104. 2 – Hand wrought round/oblong scorps, G – G+ Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  105. Tray lot 9 – various chisels: firmer; lathe; & wood Sold For 7.50
  106. Sargent #1080 combination molding plane w/ canvas roll of blades, G. Sold For 45.00
  107. Craftsman combination molding plane w/ canvas roll of blades, G. Sold For 30.00
  108. Stanley #50 adjustable beading plane w/ wooden grip, & set of cutters in wooden case, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  109. Stanley #45 combination molding planes w/ two racks of cutters, G. – G+ Sold For 20.00
  110. 2 – Stanley combination molding planes, no blades: #45 w/ floral casting on frame, F+ - G.; #55, F. Sold For 20.00
  111. 4 – Various planes: 3 – Sargent: #505 bullnose rabbet block, Vg.; #3409 & #3410 transitional blocks, G.; Hudson Forge Co. jack plane, cracked tote, G+ Sold For 35.00
  112. 3 – Stanley planes: #50 combination beading plane w/ iron handle, missing cutters, Vg.; Bailey #4-C jack, G.; #45 combination plane w/ floral casting, missing cutters, G. Sold For 35.00
  113. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Auburn 1 3/8” two-iron nosing plane, G.; 3 – unsigned small smoothing blocks, by same maker: flat, round & circular, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  114. 3 – Wooden block planes: unsigned 8” coffin shaped smoother block w/ W. Butcher iron, Vg.; 2 – unsigned compass blocks, G. & Vg. Sold For 22.50
  115. 2 – Wooden bench planes: unsigned 16 ½” hardwood jointer w/ raise handle, G.; Kenewa Tool Co., 1876 – 16” plank style jointer w/ lg. raised button, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  116. 3 – Wooden molding planes: matched pr. Ohio Tool Co. #76-1” tongue & groove planes w/ matching owner strikes, Vg.; early unsigned wedge arm plow, with owner brand & matching embossed strike of J.G., F. Sold For 17.50
  117. Mosely (English) brass tipped wedge arm sash fillister plane w/ boxwood boxing, missing iron & secondary wedge, nice refinishing Sold For 35.00
  118. 2 – Union Factory, H. Chapin, two-way T&G wooden planes: #171-4/8”, Vg+; #172-1/2” w/ owner strike of F.O. Reber, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  119. Tray lot 5 – iron block planes: Penncraft #9529, Vg.; Stanley: 3 - #220, F. – G.; #110 w/ original box, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  120. 6 – Assorted iron block planes: various makers & grades Sold For 25.00
  121. Lg. tray lot assorted leatherworking tools: P.C. Leypoldt, Phila. adjustable button hole punch, Vg.; Osborne, adj. hole punch, G.; lg. variety hole punches (various sizes & makers) Sold For 60.00
  122. Set of 8 – modern Disston, USA, lathe knife set w/ long wooden handles, Vg.; & unsigned adj. angle sanding arm, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  123. 2 – Wedge arm plow planes w/ brass tipped arms & diamond inlaid plates, both missing irons: D. Kimberly & Sons, Birmingham, England, Vg.; Arnold 3 Highs, Bloomsburg (unfound maker), G. Sold For 45.00
  124. 2 – Wooden plow planes: unsigned primitive slide-arm w/ wooden stop screws, wooden depth gauge w/ wooden stop screw, Vg; Wm. Moss, wedge arm w/ brass depth adj. screw, G. Sold For 45.00
  125. 3 – Various tools: Stanley #700 bench mount vise, Vg.; Goodell-Pratt Toolsmiths hand drill, Vg.; iron brace w/ latch lever chuck & iron knurl Sold For 17.50
  126. Tray lot measuring devices: Victorian student’s drafting set w/ original rosewood veneer box & 6 – original brass & steel tools, Vg.; Japanese 1” – 2” interior caliper, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  127. Z-brand, Japanese, narrow blade pull-saw (like new) Sold For 35.00
  128. 3 – Various handsaws: unsigned ripsaw w/ iron braced handle, F+ - G.; Disston & Sons #D-16-22”, G.; Disston & Sons 26”-10pt., repaired handle Sold For 5.00
  129. 3 – Various hatchets: “Kelly Vanadium” embossed shingling half hatchet, poll chipped, G.; Plumb hand axe w/ original hickory handle, Vg. Tryon, shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, G. Sold For 40.00
  130. Tray lot assorted tool heads: Goldenberg, 30oz. claw w/ oval eye, missing handle, Vg.; L. & I.J. White, Buffalo, NY. Pin poll adze, missing handle, G.; unknown maker claw hammer w/ stepped nail holder claw, missing handle; small tack claw w/ round eye, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  131. Fine, Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” left hand hewing axe, embossed I.E. in heart strike, thumbnail & star tool decoration, tapered socket, some pitting & edge chipping Additional Photo 1; 2; 3 Sold For 320.00
  132. Multiple struck side broad axe, missing handle: Douglas Axe Mfg. Co., warranted, Mfd. By W. Hunt for Pratt & Co., Buffalo, #2, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  133. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, 12 ½” edge, missing handle, G. Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  134. Belknap “Bluegrass” trademark broad hewing hatchet, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  135. 2 – Drawknives: Mix & Co., #1ex-8” carpenter’s, Vg.; unsigned 4” stop chamfer, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  136. William Mann, Lewistown, 13” side broad axe, G. Sold For 65.00
  137. 2 – Adze: B&O R.R. (Baltimore & Ohio Railroad), fire grubbing adze, G+; Plumb carpenter’s adze w/ square poll, 4” edge, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  138. Unsigned 11” side broad axe w/ upper & lower lug, G. Sold For 110.00
  139. Unsigned, early butcher’s 100lb. bar scales, G. Sold For 15.00
  140. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #110 block, in original box; Disston saw filing tool, NIB; 2 – Ford wrenches; B&C (C&G RY) adjustable wrench, lg. Pratt & Whitney, wrench, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  141. Tray lot assorted airplane related electronics: AC spark plug LS-87 (new old stock); Signal Corps. Beacon receiver BC-1206-B; Garwin Inc. Directional Gyro Indicator; U.S. N. NAF. 1125-10 ignition switch; De-Icer gauge Sold For 15.00
  142. 5 – Various Airplane gauges: Sperry Gyroscope Co. Directional Gyro Indicator AN-5735-T; G.E. US Navy Tachometer; Airspeed gauge; engine & light indicator; Airpath compass Sold For 17.50
  143. Brushmaster Saw Inc. single cylinder gas engine w/ side shaft, unknown size, but appears to be 1940’s era Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  144. Circa 1924, Wilcox & Gibbs Mfg. Co., portable electric Automatic sewing machine serial # A681735, w/ original wooden case, 2 – directional booklets (1 – dated in back 9-24) w/ foot pedal speed control & many accs. A great piece for all “Gadget Lovers” Additional Photo 1; 2; 3 Sold For 170.00
  145. U.S. Gauge Co., brass Vacuum-Pressure gauge w/ brass control valve, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  146. 2 – Tractor related tools: Handy Governor Corp., “Handy Governor” for Fordson tractor, serial #5442. Unsure if complete; M.B. Holstein, Richland, Pa. brass tire pump, restored but missing filler hose Sold For 30.00
  147. Tray lot 8 – assorted combination - implement wrenches: South Bend Chilled Plow Co.; Ohio Cultivator Co.; Emerson Brantingham Co. Peerless; Avery & Son; etc. Sold For 45.00
  148. Tray lot 5 – assorted combination – implement wrenches: Richardson Mfg. “Worcester-Buckeye mower”; Deere & Co.; Le Roy Plow Co.; Grand Detour Plow Co.; etc. Sold For 65.00
  149. Tray lot 11 – assorted implement & other wrenches: 4 – Planet Jr.; Iron Age Cultivator; Fordson; 2 – Ford Auto; etc. Sold For 25.00
  150. Tray lot 7 – assorted implement & other wrenches: 5 - International Harvester (1 – adjustable); Deering Harvester Corp.; etc. Sold For 40.00
  151. Tray lot 11 – assorted wrenches: 4 – Adjustable: Cochran Speednut; 2 – Keystone Westcott; Bonney, Allentown; Musselman Universal bicycle wrench; Dr. Brophy’s Apparatus; etc. Sold For 50.00
  152. A.M. Collot Supplies Corp., Lawnmower Repair Parts display board w/ lg. selection of gears on painted display board, G. Sold For 55.00
  153.  John Bell, Phila. wooden screw arm plow plane, F. – G. Sold For 25.00
  154. Burrell’s Patent corn sheller by Gould’s Mfg. Corp., Seneca Falls, NY. Cast iron housing hand crank sing cob sheller w/ iron framed base, G. Additional Photo1; 2 Sold For 200.00
  155. Foot operated whole punch on iron base. Possible watch makers tool. Pat. dated 8-28-1883 & 4-29-1884 Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  156. Unknown maker, Artisan’s treadle power combination lathe/scroll saw. Scroll saw not currently mounted. Iron base w/ iron framed treadle paddle & fly wheel, Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 160.00
  157. 2 – Cast iron kitchen primitives: “Little Brooklyn” Gas Stove, single burner hot plate, w/ gas tube through handle. No wonder there were massive fires in cities during the late 1880’s. **Note – Do not use, unless set on fireproof base material! & Marietta 2qt. kettle w/ wire handle, missing lid. Sold For 60.00
  158. Tray lot 4 – various honing stones: Champion, double grit abrasive oil stone, NIB; 3 – various grit stones in wooden bases (1 – rosewood base shaped to rest on arm) Sold For 30.00
  159. J. Beatty, Chester (John, 1866-1886 trademark) double bit posthole mortise axe, G. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  160. Early hand wrought side broad axe w/ embossed letter strike (possible J. Horn or G. Horn, York Co.). Axe has primitive construction w/ bevel shoulders on flared shoulders & extended poll on butt of axe. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  161. Unsigned early wheelwright’s side broad axe, some pitting & mushrooming to butt of axe Sold For 40.00
  162. Unsigned logger’s rafting broad axe w/ full poll, arched upper & lower lugs, G. Sold For 55.00
  163. 2 – Hand wrought edge tools: mast maker’s axe w/ 2 – strikes: S. Bielleson, & Emery (?), F+ - G.; gutter adze w/ full pull, relic Additional Photo Sold For 95.00
  164. Early hand wrought canoe adze w/ round eye, has hand drawn handle, G. Sold For 40.00
  165. Albertson (*?, possible Dauphin Co.) cooper’s bench axe, some pitting Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  166. 2 – Timber trade tools: unsigned solid iron barking spud, some pitting; NOA, signed splitting wedge w/ ring topped wooden top, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  167. Early double bit post-maker’s axe w/ posthole mortise, appears to be embossed strike D.H. (*?) Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  168. Brady (makers mark was probably used by both William and David, his father Lancaster & Mt. Joy - *Tannehill research) center bit posthole axe, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  169. Unsigned wheelwright’s side broad axe w/ 12” edge & raised center flare brace, some pitting Sold For 55.00
  170. 2 – Primitive gutter/trencher adze: M. Smith (*?) w/ 3 ½” edge & no poll, G.; unsigned 18th century primitive form w/ saddle-wrapped eye, G. Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  171. D. Foose, pat. (?) Jan 18, 1843, huge adjustable bolt threader w/ solid iron handles, 33” overall length, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 120.00
  172. W. Beatty & Son, Phila.(circa 1850-58 strike, *note Mid-west Chronicle article, Sept., 2007) side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, missing handle Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  173. Fine, Pennsylvania German Goosewing axe w/ multiple tool strikes: tombstone w/ embossed double-tree cross & 3 – star strike (symbol of the trinity). Excellent construction w/ full tapered socket, raised weld & hardened raised poll on butt of axe. Although this is not truly signed by the maker, he left us no doubt that he was a Christian believer. A great axe for any collection. Sold For 420.00
  174. 4 – Stanley wooden marking gauges: 3 - #61 (1 – signed); unsigned #64 (all G.) Sold For 20.00
  175. Homemade cherry wooden marking gauge w/ round fence on round rod, wooden stop screw Sold For 10.00
  176.  Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 7 – wooden trade adv. straight rules: 3 – 6”, 2 – 12”, 2 -14”(various trades); Stanley #95 butt mortise gauge, Vg.; 2 – iron plumb bobs Sold For 7.50
  177. 3 – Wooden spoke shaves (1 – cherry wood w/ iron sole plate) Sold For 25.00
  178. 3 – Stanley wooden 2ft. folding rules: #51 w/ brass oxbow joint, Vg.; #61 w/ brass square joint, G.; #68 w/ round joint, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  179. 5 – Various measuring devices: unsigned mahogany marking gauge w/ iron stop screw, G+; unsigned cherry marking gauge w/ brass plated fence & wooden stop screw, G+; 2ft. brass bound folding rule w/ arc joint, G.; C&S Co., 6” two-fold caliper rule, Stanley pocket line level Sold For 12.50
  180. Tray lot 6 – various tools: 2 – L.G. tool holder, both w/ various tools, G. – Vg.; 3 – cabinet maker screwdrivers;  unsigned long screwdriver w/ solid shaft handle Sold For 15.00
  181. Tray lot 6 – assorted measuring devices: Pexto 9” winged divider; L.S. Starrett Co. 1ft. outside caliper, Vg.; unsigned 12” outside caliper, G.; 6” try square, F.; 2 – mitre squares: Stanley #2 “sweetheart” 6”, Vg.; Red Diamond 7 ½”, G. Sold For 25.00
  182. 6 – Assorted sliding-T bevels (1 – Henry Disston & Sons), G. – Vg. Sold For 22.50
  183. Cobble layer’s scup/hammer, unsigned w/ long flat & curved tail, extended square head, round eye, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  184. 2 – Edge tools: unsigned single posthole mortise axe w/ lower lug, mushrooming to butt, G.; unsigned shingling half hatchet, G. Sold For 40.00
  185. Tray lot assorted farm related tools: matched pr. USA. Bale hooks, Vg.; 2 – bullnose leaders (1 – spring operated catch) Sold For 45.00
  186. Tray lot 5 – hammers: 3 – carpenter’s claws: (1 – Great Neck, 16oz.), G+ - Vg.; 2 – unsigned cobbler’s round hammers, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  187. 2 – Edge tools: unsigned broad hewing hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, G+; Forged Steel, camp hatchet, G. Sold For 40.00
  188. 3 – Farm related tools: unsigned reaping sickle, pitted &  new handle; Wm. McNiece, Phila. 11” butcher’s saw w/ oak replacement handle, G.; unsigned meat gaff/hook, G. Sold For 7.50
  189.  Victor Tool Co., Reading, “Woodman’s Pal” w/ metal sheath, & leather grip, 1 – edge saw toothed, Vg.. Additional Photo Sold For 100.00
  190. 2 – Drawknives: unsigned two-handle scorp w/ copper ferrells, G.; unsigned 12”, G. Sold For 45.00
  191. 3 – Iron  spoke shaves: 2 – Stanley: #64 straight handle, missing original blade cap, G.; #51, Vg.; unsigned hollow & round, G. Sold For 25.00
  192. 2 – Stanley spoke shaves: #53 w/ V-trademark circa 1912-20, Vg.; #152 adjustable w/ “sweetheart” trademark, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  193. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #35 transitional block, G.; #4 smoother jack, Vg.; #3 smoother jack, brass welds along side throat of plane, F. Sold For 45.00
  194. 2 – Stanley #4 bench planes: “sweetheart” 1925-38 trademark, rosewood handle & high knob, Vg.; R&L w/ embossed Bedrock lever cap, rounded shoulders, G. Sold For 60.00
  195. 4 – Various tools: Stanley Bailey #5 jack, crack along throat; Metal Products Corp., Par-Plus 9”jack plane, Vg.; Craftsman #619-3705 small block, G.; Plumb lathing hatchet , Vg. Sold For 25.00
  196. 5 – Various wooden handle adjustable wrenches: B&C trademark (Bemis & Call Hardware & Tool Co. Brigg’s patent 12”, Vg.; Coe Wrench Co. 8”, Vg.; Sargent Co. 6 ½”, G.; etc. Sold For 30.00
  197. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – adj. wrenches: Rigid, & 2 – Barcalo; Hwd. Gettz, combination wrench, Vg.; Millers Fall #610A spiral screwdriver, Vg.; “Yankee” #30 spiral screwdriver, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  198. Stanley #30-26” brass tipped cherry adjustable level, Vg. (1 – replaced vial) Sold For 17.50
  199. Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, 26”-8pt. handsaw, replaced handle, G. Sold For 7.50
  200. 3pc. Slating tool set: zaxe, T-break, & ripper, G. Sold For 30.00
  201. Tray lot 6 – assorted tools: 4 – iron block planes: Stanley - #102, Vg.; #220, Vg.; #9 1/4, Vg.; Shelton 7”, F+; Stortz & Son, Phila. #84 concreting break trowel; unsigned lathing hatchet, G. Sold For 7.50
  202. Stanley R&L Bedrock #606-C jointer w/ rounded shoulders & impressed lever cap, tote missing upper ear and refinished deck, G. Sold For 65.00
  203. Group of assorted tools: set of 4 – Keen Kutter gouge chisels w/ collared tapered sockets (missing handles), Vg.; Stanley “sweetheart” #7-2ft. “Blind-man’s” folding rule w/ brass square joint, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  204. Stanley #55 combination molding plane, complete set w/ 4 – sets of cutters & accs. In original slide over cardboard box, instruction sheet is copyrighted 1921, Vg – Vg+ Additional Photo Sold For 350.00
  205. Stanley “sweetheart” wooden shipping crate: marked from Stanley Wrought Steel Hardware – 20 Doz. set #2 (hinges?), 30” L X 12” H X 18 ½” W, G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 85.00
  206. Tray lot 13 - various leatherworking & carving chisels, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  207. Stanley #97 Piano maker’s edge plane, blade w/ circa 1925 – ’38 “sweetheart” trademark, Vg+ Additional Photo Sold For 250.00
  208. 3 – Stanley wooden rules: #163-2ft. four-fold, G+.; #36 ½-12” two-fold caliper rule, G.; #136 ½-6” caliper, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  209. Stephens & Co. 2ft. four-fold wooden 12 tier board foot rule, G+ Sold For 45.00
  210. 2 – Wooden rules: Elliot-Lucas #374-3ft. “Blind-man’s” four-fold rule w/ brass square joint, Vg.; Interlox 6ft. slide-by rule, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  211. Unknown maker (*?) adjustable leather slitting gauge, pat. Feb. 23, 1886, has dovetailed two-sided blade holder, missing wooden rod Sold For 20.00
  212. 4 – Various small iron levels: German, plumber’s level w/ lateral level & horizontal pitch level, cast ion casing, Vg.; Stanley #38 furnace level; Stanley #34-4” adjustable level, G; unsigned 5 ¾” adjustable level, G. Sold For 35.00
  213. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #2 smoother bench plane, circa 1925-38, handle has repaired crack, frog has orange accent paint, G. Sold For 130.00
  214. Rare, Steers Patent #306-18” jointer plane, pat. Sept. 11, 1883, w/ high adjustable frog & stirrup set blade cap, hardwood inlaid sole, Vg. (central piece replaced) Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 110.00
  215. Spiers, Ayr, 7 ½” infill block plane w/ after factory rosewood tote/handle, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  216. Stanley Gage #G5-14” jack plane w/ self setting feature, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  217. Chaplin’s Improved #1208-C jointer, G. Sold For 65.00
  218. 2 – Planes: Chapin-Stephens Co., Union Factory, #114-22” wooden jointer, throat altered G+; Millers Falls #75 block plane, G. Sold For 5.00
  219. Tray lot 8 – assorted joiner’s chisels, various makers & types Sold For 25.00
  220. Tray lot 6 – assorted chisels (2 – corner chisels, 2 – gouges) Sold For 50.00
  221. Tray lot 7 – assorted tools (most Bridgeport Hardware Co.): Iroquois crate hatchet; Tomahawk Jr. crate hatchet; #88 Tomahawk crate hatchet; Perfection paint scraper; etc. Sold For 60.00
  222. Tool box w/ assorted leatherworking tools: awls; edge shaves; parting tool; chisels; etc. Sold For 10.00
  223. Large oak machinists tool chest w/ 10 drawers & lift lid compartment, modern piece like new, 26” L X 19” H X 11” D Sold For 190.00
  224. Oak machinist tool cabinet w/ 10 interior drawers, face door is a replacement piece, Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  225. 3 – Tool references: 2 – H.B.: a Museum of Early American Tools, by Eric Sloane, 1964 w/ dust cover; Ancient Carpenter’s Tools, by Henry Mercer, 2nd edition 1950; S.B. Woodworking Tools at Shelburne Museum, 1957 Sold For 25.00
  226. Tray lot assorted tools: #71 router, F+; Fray’s Patent (?) iron brace w/ push button lever-latch chuck, G.; 3 – early bits; hack saw frame Sold For 30.00
  227. Tray lot assorted tools: cooper’s 5” chamfer knife, F.; 1” socket handle firmer chisel, G.; 2 – spoke shaves (1 – wood); 3 – carving chisels Sold For 10.00
  228. Tray lot 6 – assorted tools: 3 – 2ft. four-fold rules (1 – Chapin-Stephens #78 ½ w/ dbl. arch joints); brass plated wooden butt marking gauge, Vg; basket makers pincers; hand vise Sold For 30.00
  229. H.L. James, Wms.-Burg., Mass. wooden screw arm sash molding plane w/ boxwood screws, G. – G+ Sold For 30.00
  230. 3 – Wooden planes: Geo. Burnham, Amherst, Mass., 2” Grecian ovolo, missing iron; Burnham Fox & Co., Amherst, Mass., slide-arm plow plane, missing iron & wedge; Greenfield Tool Co., grooving plane, G. Sold For 5.00
  231. Israel White, Phila. 4” panel raiser plane w/ W. Butcher iron, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 170.00
  232. 2 – Wooden sash molding planes: Parker - Hubbard & Co., Conway, Mass. (1842-1849) screw arm w/ boxwood threads & knob nuts, Vg.; H. Chapin, Union Factory, wedge arm, G. Sold For 15.00
  233. 2 – Wooden marking gauges: Disston & Morss, Phila. Boxwood mortise gauge w/ brass face plate, G.; unsigned 10” marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw, G. Sold For 5.00
  234. 4 – Wooden complex molding planes: Burnham Fox, Grecian ogee, missing iron; M. Copeland, Grecian ogee w/ bead, missing fillet strip; unsigned 18th century belection molding plane w/ chamfered shoulders, G+; unsigned high reveal cove & bead w/ upper astragal bead, F. Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  235. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Jacob Heiss (Lancaster, Pa., circa 1807-40) side bead w/ biscuit infill, missing iron; J. Heicher (unfound maker) cove & bead, G.; Geo. Burnham Jr., Amherst. Mass. side bead, Vg.; Tileston, Boston, Mass. skew rabbet, owner strikes of J. Creider, G+ Sold For 230.00
  236. PRR (Pennsylvania Railroad) lg. flat shovel, handle branded & iron w/ strike H & Co., PRR, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  237. Disston, blue painted wooden buck saw w/ turn-buckle tension rod, missing some paint, G. Sold For 7.50
  238. Wooden bow saw w/ replaced leather tension strap, G. Sold For 22.50
  239. 2 – Cooper’s right chamfer knives, heavy pitting to both, F. – G. Sold For 20.00
  240. 2 – Drawknives: unsigned 10” heading knife, some pitting; 10” hollow back, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  241. Coachbuilder’s boxing router, 1 ½” blade w/ arched center, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  242. 2 – Wooden tools: Coopers’ croze w/ Sawtooth cutter in copper & brass head on oak plate, G+; unsigned leather slitting gage w/ roller handle, fence w/ wooden stop screw (original wedge arm), missing cutter & stripped, F+ - G. Sold For 5.00
  243. Tray lot 4 – Tools: 2 – Bale hooks (1 – New Haven, CT.); 2 – wooden marking gauges: unsigned mahogany w/ brass biscuits, owner W.P., G.; unsigned Stanley #61, G. Sold For 20.00
  244. Matched pr. E.W. Pennell, 225 Arch St. Phila. (Circa 1839-48) handled screw arm panel tongue & groove planes, owner strikes of H. Leak on tail, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  245. Matched pr. Auburn Tool Co., #74-7/8” handled T&G planes, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  246. Tray lot 4 – wooden molding planes: 2 – Rabbets: I. Sleeper (John, Newburyport, MA. – fought in battle of Bunker Hill during Revolutionary War (*note – Pollak’s 4th edition A Guide to Makers of American Wooden Planes),; A. Kelly, Ashfield, Mass., 1 ½” G.; unsigned #12 hollow plane, G+; unsigned 18th century #12 round (gutter) plane w/ chamfered shoulders, F. Sold For 30.00
  247. 2 – Wooden sash molding planes: T. Goldsmith (Phila.) wedge arm, refinished & altered arm wedging, owner branded J.S. Stanger, G.; unsigned fixed two-blade w/ owner strikes of  J. Clay, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  248. 2 – Wooden grooving planes: Tremont Leeds (unknown) wedge arm plow, replaced parts but unusual locking depth adj. screw & brass tipped arms, G.; unsigned groove plane w/ slide sole fence, G. Sold For 10.00
  249. 4 – Wooden planes: rare, unsigned gutter toothing/scraper plane w/ W/ Butcher iron, split & glue construction, G+; J. C. Taylor, Cincinnati,  OH., cooper’s cherry wood Sun/topping plane, missing iron; unsigned wooden jack, G.; H. Chapin, Union Factory, altered cut to V-groove, G. Sold For 35.00
  250. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes, most hollow & rounds, some signed,  F. – G+ Sold For 40.00
  251. 5 – Various wooden molding planes: Way & Sherman, New York, side bead, F.; Bensen & Crannell, small ogee, G.; Bensen & Munsell, high reveal Cove & bead (belection), Vg.; Reed, Utica, 3/8” reed molding, Vg.; D. Colton, Phila., ¾” side bead, owner branded J.H., G. Sold For 30.00
  252. 2 – Unsigned wooden mallets: heavy joiner’s mallet w/ hickory handle & oak arched head, Vg.; unusual joiner’s mallet w/ oak flared head & walnut handle, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  253. 3 – Tools: Hawksworth & Edley, wooden brace w/ brass push-button chuck, G.; wooden mallet w/. replaced handle, F.; unknown what’s it tool Sold For 40.00
  254. Early cooper’s 5ft. wooden stave jointer plane, extensive bug damage, P. – F. Sold For 40.00
  255. Enterprise Mfg., Phila. #2 combination sausage stuffer/ lard press w/ addition press plates & brass sausage tube, Vg. (replaced wood on crank handle) Sold For 50.00
  256. Homemade three-legged wooden tub stand, oak wood, G. Sold For 25.00
  257. Unsigned hand wrought 4-barb eel fishing gig w/ 3” broad head X 70 ½” overall length, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  258. Hand wrought 5-barb fish gig w/ three star strike, 2 ¾” head X 76” length, G+ Sold For 25.00
  259. Lg. pair Victorian cast iron shelf brackets w/ open-work vine casting, 18” X 16”, rust & old paint Sold For 55.00
  260. Tray lot assorted Victorian cast metal hardware: 2pr. lattice end corner brackets, 3 ½” X 4”, Vg.; pr. two-arm fancy coat hooks, Vg.; Federal style brass door knocker, Vg.; floral cast brass plant hanger, G+ Sold For 22.50
  261. Tray lot assorted vintage hardware: Star shaped cast iron building tie bracket; 2 – cast brass grab handles; Heavy “The Reading” bracket; flag bracket; & cast iron saddle hook Sold For 17.50
  262. 3 – Railroad style padlocks: Slaymaker, Lancaster (1965), PRR padlock w/ key, E.; Slaymaker, Lancaster (1956) PRR padlock w/ key, F.; E.T. Frame Lock Co., P & R Signal Service padlock, missing key, G. Sold For 40.00
  263. Tray lot assorted hardware: ornate embossed eagle on nest box lock, missing all interior mechanisms; 12 – assorted hand wrought meat hooks Sold For 50.00
  264. Tray lot assorted hardware: various antique double arm brass coat hooks; 2 – cast iron snow birds (?); etc. Sold For 10.00
  265. 10 – Assorted carving & wood chisels: butt; gouge; joiners; etc. Sold For 30.00
  266. 8 – Assorted hand tools: 4 – screwdrivers: Bartram & Co., Phila. lg. turn-screw 12” shaft, handle branded J. Russ, G+; Lenox #6 cabinet makers; small German, etc; small tack puller; 3 – various T-handle gimlets, G. Sold For 15.00
  267. Tray lot assorted hand tools: 3 – nail pincers: Utica Tool #607; #1 Forged Steel; unsigned 6”; unsigned crate hammer; T-handle combination wrench; etc. Sold For 17.50
  268. Tray lot 4 – firmer/framer chisels, socket handles: 2 – corner chisels, F & Vg.; 1 3/8” mortise, Vg.; 3/8” socket mortise, G. Sold For 40.00
  269. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: refinished unsigned 10” brace, Vg.; 2 – extensions: 16” & 20”; Jennings Steer’s pat. expansion bit; lg. selection various bits, G. Sold For 10.00
  270. 2 – Drilling devices: unsigned T-handle tapered tap auger, G.; #1 adjustable spoke pointer, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  271. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Chapin, Union Factory #148 moving fillister, G.; T. Goldsmith ¾” dado, G+; Rye & Co., Windon, (unfound) 1” rabbet, Vg.; Auburn Tool Co. #105-3/8” side bead, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  272. 5 – Wooden molding planes, Vg. : 2 – tongue molding: Summers & Varvill, Ebor Works, York (Eng.) ¾”; Sandusky Tool Co. 1”; D. Sargent 1” pilaster fluting plane w/ added side fence; hollow & round set (non-matched) Sold For 30.00
  273. Wm. Souder, Phila. panel raiser, missing sole mounted fence & side fence, multiple owner brandings: G. Dixey, Pet. N. Brennan, JCS, plane in F+ condition Sold For 10.00
  274. 2 – Tools: Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa. (1872-1886 trade strike w/ steer & grass) 6” cleaver, Vg.; Fanner Mfg. Co., small iron glue pot, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  275.  2 – Tools: N. Custer (Nathan, Phila. 1850-80’s) 100lb. bar scales w/ two iron weights, G; unsigned 1qt. cast iron glue/lead melting pot, G+ Sold For 15.00
  276. 3 – Ice tools: A.M.I. Co., 9” ice tongs, single hinge, Vg.; unsigned home-owners ice tongs, 3-hinge, G.; railroad ice box car chopper, appears ton have been used to rip shingles, G. Sold For 15.00
  277. Lg. wrought iron bar & hook trammel. 40” – 68”, unsigned Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 15.00
  278. 2 – Farm related primitives: early wooden grain flail w/ leather strapping, Vg.; unsigned 3” hand wrought scraper , G. Sold For 12.50
  279. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa. carpenter’s adze w/  3” edge & full square poll, G. Sold For 25.00
  280. J. Stortz,, Phila. Tinsmith’s standing seam bender w/ 12” wide head, replaced hinge pin, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 12.50
  281. N.Y.C. RR (New York Central Railroad) embossed tin oil can w/ long spout, F. (small holes in side of can) Additional Photo Sold For 35.00
  282. Whitfield & Sons, #260 bar scales w/ weight, G. Sold For 15.00
  283. Elite Mfg. Co., Ashland, OH. Patent Oct. 3, 1911, adjustable lever jack, G. Sold For 35.00
  284. 2 – Unmatched gas driving lamps: Dietz type-B “Convoy-tail” w/ green paint contains gas fixture, G+; Hawthorne, Bridgeport, CT. “Old Sol” nickel plated brass headlight, missing burner (possibly transferred use to electric), G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 70.00
  285. Stanley V-trademark (1912-20) #1 ¾-14” brass tipped wooden level, high gloss refinish, Vg. (horizontal vial replaced) Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  286. Early Stanley R&L #3-29” cherry wood level, circa pre-1900 trademark, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  287. 2 – Disston & Sons, Phila. handsaws: #D23-26”-8pt. w/ cherry carved handle, G+; old #D8-24”-9pt. w/ small button, cleaned G. Sold For 7.50
  288. Disston, special order 26”-3pt. rough handsaw, refinished handle, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  289. 2 – Small handsaws: The Simonds Saw Works, 20”-11pt., blade in excellent condition but upper ear of handle missing; no-name 16”-9pt. “Boy’s” handsaw, two-bolt Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  290. 3 – Various Disston handsaws: #D8-20”-10pt., Vg.; #D8-20”-8pt., G.; #240, G. Sold For 25.00
  291. 2 – Handsaws: E.C. Atkins & Co. 26”-8pt. w/ ornate floral vine carved handle, G.; Economy Mfg. Co., Phila. 20”-8pt., G. Sold For 12.50
  292. Disston & Sons #D12-26”-10pt. w/ walnut handle & nickel plated button/nuts, G+ Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  293. 3 – Disston handsaws: #D-111-26”-8pt., replaced handle; #D-7-26”-9pt., G+; #D-8?-25”-10pt., G+ Sold For 12.50
  294. 2 – Handsaws: Columbian 26 ½”-8pt. w/ carved handle, G+; Supplee-Biddle Hardware Co. “Aristocrat” 26”-8pt. handsaw, G. Sold For 17.50
  295. 3 – Disston & Sons handsaws: 2 - #D-8: 27 1/2”-5 1/2pt., w/ nib back & refinished handle, G.; 28 ½”-5 1/2pt., nib removed, G+; #D-7-26”-8pt. hollow back, handle cracked Sold For 12.50
  296. 3 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: early 22”-8pt. w/ lg. brass button, handle owner initialed, G+; 2 - #D-8-26” w/ nib backs: 8pt., G.; 9pt. , G. Sold For 7.50
  297. Disston & Sons 42”-5-I pt. one man cross-cut saw, G+, missing off-hand grasp Sold For 15.00
  298. 2 – Tools: James Swan & Co. tapered bung auger w/ side marked diameter gauge, Vg.; Craftsman #9-3514-AL dovetail back saw w/ round handle, VG. Sold For 35.00
  299. Colton Patent, small jeweler’s/watch maker’s bench vise w/ shielded threads & small anvil, repainted surface, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  300. 7 – Assorted socket handle firmer & bench chisels, missing wooden handles, G. – Vg: Winchester trademark 1 ½” butt chisel; Fulton, Stanley, HumphreysVille, Etc. Sold For 65.00
  301. 5 – Various modern carpenters’ wood chisels: 2 – Stanley #60 w/ neoprene handles, G+; 3 – Nicholson w/ rubber covered neoprene handles, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  302. Stanley #20 circular/compass plane, weld repaired rail/frame, G. (post WWII) Sold For 15.00
  303. Stanley #378 fillister plane w/ fence, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  304. Set of 3 – Stanley graduated improved rabbet planes: #190-1 ½” wide, Vg.; #191-1 ¼” wide, Vg.; #192-1” wide, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  305. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #3 bench plane, circa 1925-38 trademark, w/ lg. brass adj. wheel, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  306. Stanley #50 combination bead molding plane w/ 2-part fence, Vg., missing blades Sold For 20.00
  307. Early Stanley Bailey #6-C fore plane w/ V-trademark circa 1912-20, rosewood handle & low knob, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  308. Stanley Bailey #8 bench jointer plane w/ pat. applied date on blade, rosewood handle & high knob, impressed lever cap, G+, some surface pitting on sole of plane Sold For 85.00
  309. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #5-C bench jack, circa 1921-25 trademark, rosewood handle & high knob, G. – Vg. Sold For 22.50
  310. Stanley R&L early #113 compass/circular plane w/ fancy cast adjustment & blade knob, missing palm grip, and patent dated blade, circa pre-1900, G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  311. Tray lot 5 – block planes: Leonard Bailey (?) “Victor” early block w/ stirrup design blade clamp, damage frame P.; 4 – Stanley: #9 1/4, G+; #118 gun metal, G.; England “Handyman” series, Vg.; #101 block, w/ gray & red paint, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  312. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, smooth bottoms: #5 ½-2 3/8” wide blade, G-G+; #6 fore, rail chip at toe of plane & tote damaged, F-F+ Sold For 20.00
  313. 2 – Drawknives: Dixie 2 ½” hollow shave, some pitting G.; P.S. & W. 8” hollow back w/ steel capped handles, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  314. 5pc. Stanley #270 series screw drivers, G-Vg. Sold For 15.00
  315. 2 – Lg. smith made turn-screw drivers: 1 – unusual w/ copper inlaid 1915 date, G-Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  316. 4 – Jeweler’s/clock maker’s tools: Colton Patent small bench vise w/ shielded threads & anvil, patent date profound June 16, 1885, G.; unsigned 3oz. rivet hammer w/ new oak handle; 3oz. brass double-round planishing hammer, Vg.; Bonney 3oz. ball-peen, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  317. 5 – Stanley measuring devices: 2 - #1-8” mitre/squares, Vg.; #18-12” flush-T bevel, Vg.; 2 – combination squares: “Defiance” #122-12”, G+; “sweetheart” 7” w/ patent date, G+ Sold For 25.00
  318. 6 – Stanley tools: graduated set of 3 - #20 try squares, F. – Vg.; 3 – scratch awls, G. – Vg. Sold For 20.00
  319. 2 – Stanley marking gauges: #90 (England), E.; #94 butt, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  320. 2 – Stanley edge tools: “Sweetheart” #78 rabbet/fillister, Vg.; #80 scraper, G. Sold For 22.50
  321. 4 – Stanley #25 sliding-T bevels: 2 – “sweetheart” w/ decals, F. & G.; “sweetheart” 6” w/ impressed handle, Vg.; 10” w/ impressed handle, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  322. 2 – Early Stanley #25 sliding-T bevels w/ pat. Dated blades, both Vg.: 12” w/ pat. 3-16-97; 8” w/ 9-6-04 Sold For 10.00
  323. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 4 – spring-back: 1 – inside; 2- outside; divider (various makers); 4 – various compass/scribes (1 – Stanley) Sold For 35.00
  324. W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.), Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” axe, early strap & rivet repaired crack at beginning of beard, good form, F+ Additional Photo Sold For 350.00
  325. G. Sener (Gottlieb, circa 1843, Lancaster City) side hewing axe w/ Shielded Eagle strike, upper & lower lug w/ extended butt, G – Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 180.00
  326. C. Silvius (Conrad, 1850’s, Lancaster City), cooper’s bench axe, handle replaced w/ long axe handle, G. – G+ Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  327. W. Addams (above noted) upper bit posthole mortised axe w/ Berks Co. trait of 4 – star strikes around maker’s strike, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 280.00
  328. 2 – Axes: K. Ice Co., makers, Phila. ice axe, Vg.; broad hatchet, pitted Sold For 50.00
  329. C. Silvius (above noted) 11” splitting cleaver, fairly rare form, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  330. 2 – Signed butcher’s cleavers: A. Nittinger, Phila. 9”, G.; Diamond 6 ¼” cleaver, G+ Sold For 50.00
  331. Hammond, Phila., #3 patented  butcher’s cleaver, patented Aug.-10th, 1869, unusual strap wrapped handle, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  332. Unsigned butcher’s poll/killing axe w/ tapered bolt, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  333. 2 – Butcher’s cleavers: C. Hammond, Phila. #2-8 ½”, F. – G.; J. KAHL (*?) 8 ¾” w/ strap braced handle, G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  334. 2 – Signed, butcher’s cleavers: I. Roop (probably Rev. Jacob Roop of Highspire, Dauphin Co., he was a United Brethren pastor, farmer, & blacksmith. Born 1782 & died 1875, working early & mid 1800’s) 8 ¼” G+; J. Barrick (interesting** possibly James J. of Virginia was a Unionist & worked hard for the formation of West Virginia, which was antislavery & favored the union viewpoint. He served in the 1st West Virginia State Legislature. He was born in New Creek Valley)  7 ½”, G. Additional Photo 1; 2 Sold For 140.00
  335. Smith – Seltzer & Co., Phila. #6 reaper’s hook/sickle, Vg. Additional Photo 1; 2; 3 Sold For 7.50
  336. G. Worly (*York Co., Tannehill research) reaper’s hook/sickle, early piece w/ embossed letter strike, G. Sold For 130.00
  337. A. Cummings, Boston, screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood arms & nuts, Vg. Sold For 130.00
  338. 3 – Early Stanley R&L transitional planes w/ shielded eagle strike: #24-8” block w/ patent dated iron, Vg.; #126 fore, F.; #127 fore w/ Liberty Bell cap, G+ Sold For 22.50
  339. 3 – Stanley transitional bench planes: R&L #27-15” fore, Vg.; Bailey #26-15” fore plane w/ circa 1912-20 V-strike on iron, F+ - G.; #122-8” block Liberty Bell cap & adj. lever, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  340. 3 – Transitional block planes: Stanley R&L #122-8” w/ Liberty Bell cap & adj. lever, G+; Stanley Bailey 8 ½” F.; Economy Mfg. Co. 8”, G. Sold For 25.00
  341. Stanley R&L #33-28” transitional jointer, circa 1902-10 arched strike on iron, wood total refinished, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  342. Stanley R&L #30-22” transitional jointer w/ Eagle strike, circa 1902-10 strike on iron, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 20.00
  343. Signed (?) Sheffield, wooden spill plane w/ plane topper legs to allow for placing on bench, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  344. 3 – Wooden molding planes: match hollow & round set by C.S. See (Cornelius S., New York State, 3 star rated), G. – Vg.; John Bell, Phila., 5/4” handle nosing plane, G. Sold For 30.00
  345. 2 – Wooden side bead molding planes: C. See (above noted) 7/8” w/ boxwood boxing, Vg.; unsigned 18th century 1” w/ hardwood fillet strip, G. Sold For 30.00
  346. 2 – Small wooden planes: rare, adjustable small wooden compass plane w/ dove-tailed boxwood slide adjustment, owner strikes of H. Warburton, Vg.; unsigned coach builders T-rabbet plane w/ brass edging, Vg.; Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  347.  Starrett #98-12” adjustable iron based level w/ original wooden slide lid box, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  348. Rare, H. Disston & Son, #7-20 ½”-9pt. handsaw (marked & Son approx. 1yr.), w/ large brass button & split-nuts, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  349.  2 – Disston & Sons handsaws: #D-23-26”-8pt. lightweight w/ cherry handle, Vg.; #D-8-26”-8pt. w/ cherry handle, G+ Sold For 10.00
  350. 2 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: #D8-28”-5pt. rip saw w/ finger-hole handle, small chip from ear otherwise Vg.; #D-26”-7pt. lightweight, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  351. Richardson Bros., Newark, NJ., keyhole saw w/ fish tail handle, G. Sold For 10.00
  352. 2 – Wooden tailor’s squares: J.E. Carpenter, maker Phila., missing brass end caps, F.; L. Ward, maker Newark, NJ., G. Sold For 55.00
  353. Tray lot assorted leatherworking tools: “Plymouth Rock Harness Mender” rivet press in original wooden box, damaged mechanism.; 2 – half-moon Broadhead knives: N. Bauerbier’s Sons, G.; Hawthorn, Newark, NJ., G. Sold For 65.00
  354.  2 – European style hewing axes: later era w/ tool strikes & forward flared point, tradition European squared butt eye, G.; A.B., initialed fantail flared w/ tradition European eye, relic Sold For 70.00
  355. European style “Goosewing” axe w/ forward flared full wing, raised weld & butt. Possible embossed initial strike, but heavy pitting & blades form is out of shape. Still rare. Sold For 280.00
  356. Sener (Gottlieb, Lancaster) double bit mortise axe w/ horizontal tail edge, G. both edges poor & possibly  need re-steeling (strike is only partly legible) Additional Photo Sold For 75.00
  357. Odd what’s it, “Memorial or Presentation” forging (?) hammer w/ top fuller swage & cutting tail (unknown use). Hammer is struck on both cheeks “H. Richardson, 1868-1943”. Below tail is struck “Made by James Van Bay, R.S.C.” Additional Photo 1; 2; 3 Sold For 110.00
  358. 2 – Tools: Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa., ice hatchet, G+; unsigned stone mason’s bush hammer, G. Sold For 25.00
  359. J. Beatty (John Beatty & Co., circa 1830-1886) carpenter’s adze w/ full square poll, painted surfaces, G. Additional Photo Sold For 22.50
  360. Broad squaring axe, initialed D.R. (*? Unknown maker) w/ 8” edge & lower lug, G. Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  361. 2 – Felling axes: Collins Axe, Lewistown, Pa. w/ partial sticker label, Vg.; “Champion” made by Kelly Axe & Tool Works w/ original hickory handle & homemade leather sheath, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  362. Union Hardware Co. “Samson” 3” slick w/ socket handle & beveled shoulders, replaced handle, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  363. 3 – Firmer chisels w/ socket handles: unsigned ¾” corner chisel w/ ring topped maple handle, Vg.; unsigned 7/8” corner chisel, restored edge but pitted body, ring topped maple handle; signed (?) 1” pairing chisel w/ modern walnut handle, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  364. 2 – T-handle augers w/ improved handles: unsigned 1 ½” twist bit auger w/ hickory handles on brass central collar, Vg.; unsigned Gunn’s Patent (?) ratchet auger handle, missing switch for ratchet assembly, F. Sold For 17.50
  365. 3 – T-handle augers w/ improved handles: Irwin 1” X 16” w/ #2 cast iron collar; Keen Kutter 1” X 18” on P. Klitsch signed steel collar w/ screw-off handle, G.; 1 ¾” auger on unknown steel collar w/ side clamp screw, G. Sold For 35.00
  366. 6 – Assorted firmer chisels, all socket oak leather topped handles, makers: Stanley Defiance; Greenlee; Hart Mfg.; etc. Sold For 70.00
  367. 4 – Timber framer chisels, all socket handles: P.S. & W. Co., 1 ½” paring, some pitting (missing handle); unsigned 1 3/8” paring w/ bevel top, G+; Fulton, 3/4” corner, G+; signed (?) 1 3/8”, G. Sold For 55.00
  368. 3 – Stanley #18- Eureka flush-T bevels: 2 – 10“ (1 – Vg+); 6“ w/ pat. date, G. Sold For 22.50
  369. 3 – Stanley #25-10” sliding-T bevels, G. – E. Sold For 10.00
  370. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 6 – sliding-T bevels, some problems; pr. Starrett stair lay-out guides; Brown & Sharpe Mfg. 9” rule w/ angle gauge, G. Sold For 20.00
  371. 3 – Starrett measuring devices: #SX40F – 6ft. folding rule, new; 2 - #47 improved sliding-T bevels: 1ft. E.; 8” G. Sold For 20.00
  372. Stanley (?) #42 combination 12” straight rule w/ 2 – brass bevel gauges, G. Sold For 45.00
  373. 3 – Stanley sliding-T bevels: 1 – stamped Justus Traut patent, G+; 1 – non-signed early Traut patent; 1 – later model #25 w/ “sweetheart” strike, G. Sold For 10.00
  374. Stanley #3-28” cherry level w/ brass ends, patent dated plate w/ last date 7-17-94, refinished, G+ -  Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  375. Stanley #30-24” cherry adjustable level, V-strike, refinished w/ varnished finish, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  376. 2 – Early Stanley R&L wooden levels w/ brass side sights: 30” w/ brass ends, refinished Vg.; 23” cut-down, P. Sold For 5.00
  377. Stanley #35-42” mason’s plumb bob level, needs vertical vial, F+ - G. Sold For 5.00
  378. Early Stanley #45-48” mason’s plumb bob level w/ adjustable vials, refinished Vg. Sold For 22.50
  379. 2 – Disston handsaws: rare, Disston & Son, Philadelphia, 26”-7pt. w/ brass split-nuts & lg. button (believed to be marked this way one year), handle is cracked, G.; #8(?)-26”-5pt. w/ finger hole handle, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  380. 2 – Disston handsaws: #12-26”-5pt. w/ carved handle, small point missing from ear of handle otherwise Vg.; #D23-25”-12pt. again small chip from ear, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  381. 3 – Early Disston handsaws, all need restoration: H. Disston (lg. eagle button) 26-8pt. split-nuts; Disston & Sons #7 w/ raised button nuts; #7 w/ split-nuts Sold For 12.50
  382. 3 – Various handsaws: Phoenix Saw 26”-8pt., G.; Philadelphia Saw Co.26”-9pt., Vg.; Atkins #54 Silver Steel 26”-9pt., missing nuts Sold For 7.50
  383. 2 – Disston & Sons #D-7 handsaws, refinished: 26”-8pt., Vg.; special 28”-4pt., Vg. Sold For 20.00
  384. 3 – Various Disston #D-8 handsaws (1 – deep-dish button), G. – Vg. Sold For 7.50
  385. 2 – Disston & Sons handsaws: “American Boy”20”-9pt., handle w/ ear chip, G+; #D-8-20”-10pt., Vg. Sold For 30.00
  386. 3 – Various handsaws: Disston & Sons, 14” mitre back saw, Vg.; Atkins #6 key-hole saw, Vg.; Bishop (?) reversible back saw, missing steel back cap, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  387. 3 – Disston & Sons handsaws: #D-8-26”-8pt., G+; #D-23-24”-10pt., Vg.; 16” mitre back saw, walnut handle, G. Sold For 30.00
  388. 2 – Pieces hearth cookware: hand wrought chain & hook kettle trammel, missing upper hook; large round handled griddle, 14” diameter, pitting Sold For 50.00
  389. 2 – Primitive tools: 12” hand wrought heavy froe w/ hickory handle, Vg.; heavy round froe mallet, shows substantial use, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  390. 2 – Cooper’s tools: hand wrought wheel traveler, primitive w/ 5” wheel, G.; homemade croze w/ tin plated sole, missing wedge stop Sold For 7.50
  391. Unsigned, broad hewing hatchet, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  392. 2 – Handsaws: Sargent & Co., 8” tenon back saw w/ Warranted Superior button, G+; Gem Mfg. Co., Phila. 12” Boy’s handsaw w/ open grip handle, G+ Sold For 27.50
  393. Tray lot 5 – measuring devices: Stanley (?) #77 rosewood mortise gauge, ink stains G.; unsigned 10” marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw w/ J. Engel owner strike, Vg.; 3 – various try squares, G. – G+ Sold For 15.00
  394. Tinsmith’s candle-mold stake, 11” tapered horn, G. Sold For 45.00
  395. 2 – Early drilling devices: I.H. (*?) 1 ½” T-handle auger w/ partial date (?) 777, G.; Scotch style brace w/ lever latch chuck, brass & rosewood knurl, G. Sold For 10.00
  396. 3 – Various drilling devices: Goodell-Pratt Co., #5 ½  hand drill, Vg.; unknown maker 1” heavy hollow auger, Vg.; common brace w/ thumbscrew chuck, G. Sold For 25.00
  397. Homemade screw arm panel grooving plane w/ handle, fence lined w/ copper & brass slider biscuits, Additional Photo Sold For 15.00
  398. 2 – Tools: Joiner’s mallet w/ maple head & turned hickory handle, head w/ compass decoration, G+; homemade Witchet (handle maker’s) plane w/ red paint, G. (block has some bug damage) Sold For 35.00
  399. 5 – Assorted wooden molding planes: 2 – Sandusky Tool Co., side bead planes, Vg.; 2 – European import planes: rabbet; hollow, Vg.; round plane (ruined w/ paint, Yuk!!) Sold For 30.00
  400. 3 – Various tools: Stanley #75 bullnose rabbet plane, G.; Sargent #3416 transitional jointer, refinished Vg.; unknown maker hand wrought hack saw turned handle, possible pruning saw Sold For 20.00
  401. 3 – Various edge tools, all highly sanded & re-finished: E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, round; Union Factory, H. Chapin, block converted to nosing plane; unsigned cherry wood shave, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  402. Tray 4 – assorted wooden planes: 2 – block planes: Kenewa Tool Co. #608, G.; Ogontz #3, refinished; Chapin-Stephens #171-7/8” T&G  plane, Vg.; Sandusky Tool  #67 moving fillister, refinished & replaced parts Sold For 25.00
  403. 5 – Wooden planes: early wedge arm panel grooving plane, owner strike of J.A. Krout, missing wedge & iron, highly refinished; re-purposed block to round smoother, F.; L. & I.J. White, Buffalo, ½” side bead, Vg.; 2 – halving planes, both highly refinished Sold For 15.00
  404. Stanley R&L #12-2ft. two-fold wooden rule w/ Gunter’s slide & brass arch joint, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  405. 3 – Wooden four-fold rules: Upson Nut 1ft. caliper, sanded; unsigned Stanley #62-2ft. brass bound, G.; Stanley #68A-2ft., F+ - G. Sold For 5.00
  406. Set of 23 – Tremont Nail Co. samples in oak tag folders w/ sizes writing in ink. Neat collection for possible display of cut-nails, circa 1930 Additional Photo Sold For 30.00
  407. Douglass Mfg. 3” slick w/ bevel top, ideal project for new handle turning. This slick appears to have been used more as a broad firmer chisel for splitting. It has lots of hammer dings on upper surface, but edge is ready for use, G+ Sold For 55.00
  408. 3 – Various tools: 2 – firmer chisels: James Swan, 1 3/8” x 7” w/ bevel top, Vg.; Hart Mfg. 1 ¼” X 8” w/ arch top, Vg.; unsigned 12” sliding-T bevel, G+ Sold For 15.00
  409. 10 – Assorted chisels: bench, butt, 2 – gouges, etc. (various makers) F+ - Vg Sold For 40.00
  410. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 14” try square, owner strike (?) S. Supplee, refinished G+; unsigned cast aluminum fence panel marking gauge, G+; L.S. Starrett #4-6” combination square, G.; Starrett 18” combination square, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  411. 5 – Assorted screwdrivers: Federal 12” engineer’s, Vg.; early Stanley #86 turn screw w/ 10” shaft, G.; English cabinet makers “footprint”, G.; Stanley “sweetheart” 5” turn screw, Vg.; Sargent & Co. 4 ½” turn screw, G. Sold For 15.00
  412. Tray lot assorted – Millers Falls #67A spiral screw driver, E.; 2 – Stanley router template guides (N.I.B.); Clemson Bros. “Star Hack Saw” advertising tin, circa 1930, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  413. 10 – Assorted firmer chisels: 2 – socket mortise & 8 – various size & maker flat chisels, G. – Vg. Sold For 35.00
  414. Stanley Bailey #6-C fore plane w/ replaced tote/handle, G. Sold For 35.00
  415. 2 – Signed tools: Disston-Keystone #K-1-10” back saw, Vg.; Hammond, Phila. 3oz. rivet hammer, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  416. 3 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons, 10” steel back tenon saw, Vg.; 2 – restorer projects: Richardson (?) combination saw handle w/ keyhole blade, handle is carved fishtail design w/ single screw; Disston & Sons 10” steel back saw, substantial rust Sold For 5.00
  417. 3 – Disston handsaws: nice #D-23-26”-11pt., unfortunately handle initialed by owner otherwise Vg.; #D-8-24”-8pt. G+; pruning saw w/ fishtail handle, repaired handle, F. Sold For 7.50
  418. 2 – Handsaws: John Schoenberg, 26”-6pt. w/ spur back, carved handle is initialed by owner, G+; Disston & Sons 28”-5 1/2pt. w/ split-nuts & deep dish button, strap brace on handle, G. Sold For 15.00
  419. 3 – Handsaws: Disston 20”-9pt., F.; unknown maker 26”-10pt. w/ steel braced handle, G. ; Disston & Sons, 26” steel backed mitre saw, G. Sold For 15.00
  420. 2 – Disston & Sons handsaws: D-8-20”-12pt., G+; D-8-20”-10pt., refinished, G+ Sold For 10.00
  421. Stanley R&L #78 rabbet fillister plane, circa 1902-10, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 20.00
  422. Early Stanley R&L #45 combination plane w/ floral casting, skate w/ patent March 11, 1884, and set of blades included, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  423. Stanley #45, later model w/ more accs. & set of blades, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  424. Unsigned 3” slick, pitting but edge is ground & ready for use Sold For 30.00
  425. J. Maugans (*Possibly John or Joseph from Maugansville, western Maryland. In 1883 a blacksmith by this name was injured in a railroad accident. *note Law case from Washington Co. 1883), 12” side broad axe, deep set strike, good edge, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 130.00

 

Total Sold - $27,236.00

 

Catalog Reference Codes

E

Excellent condition

Nearly new condition with original finish and no noted damage.

VG

Very Good condition

Small cracks in wooden parts, no repairs.  Has minor loss to original finish. Ideal for collector’s or display purpose.

G

Good condition

Minor cracks in wood parts, repairs may be needed for use, has substantial paint or finish loss. Minor rust damage on iron planes & tools.  Ideal for users or those wishing to refurbish for collection. 

F

Fair condition

Substantial cracks to wooden or metal parts.  Most parts still intact, but may have had substantial repair or replaced parts.  Major rust damage.  Needs attention or repair prior to use. Good for parts.

P

Poor condition

Major damage or altered pieces. Has deep pitted rusting to iron & metal pieces.  Good for parts use only, or major repair work.

 

Cataloger’s note: This list is a guide that contains our description of each piece.  We used several tool references, guides and years of experience handling these tools to create these descriptions.  However, many pieces are hand wrought for a particular purpose and no reference to their use exists.

Rarity” is a very difficult attribute to determine, but we considered how often these pieces have come across our auction block in the past several years to make that distinction.  This may not always be in agreement with all price or collector guides.

The conditional reference was done in a fashion that we felt described the quality or condition of each piece.  Please refer to the chart above.

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