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Fall 2016 Tool Sale

 

Saturday December 3, 2016 9:00 AM

 

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  1. Tinsmith’s bench plate, 37 ¾” X 8” w/ 14- various holes (6 – tapered stake holes), 1- stake hole is damaged Sold For 75.00
  2. Pexto #373 - Tinsmith’s pipe/circle forming machine w/ 30 1/2” rollers & crank handle, adjustable rollers, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  3. Pexto #581 – Tinsmith’s crimping machine w/ Peck, Stowe & Wilcox, bench mount stand, G+ Sold For 75.00
  4. Early, Peck, Stowe & Wilcox burring machine, stand included, G. Sold For 75.00
  5. Unsigned, Tinsmith’s light beading machine w/ 2 pr. of rollers, missing handle & stand, G. Sold For 50.00
  6. Small, Tinsmith’s burring machine w/ stand, unknown maker, G. Sold For 65.00
  7. 5 – Assorted tinsmith’s tools: 3 – various shears; homemade 12” flashing/seam bender, G.; wooden mallet Sold For 22.50
  8. Maxant B&S (Button & Supply) Co., Chicago, hand crank fluting iron w/ brass crimping rollers & crank handle w/ flywheel trough Sold For 60.00
  9. Hand wrought “What’s It” hooked knife/froe w/ small wood handle, G. Sold For 45.00
  10. Greenlee, 3” socket slick w/ modern turned oak handle, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  11. 2 – Measuring devices: Wood’s patent 26” cherry wood sight level w/ brass pop-up sight, horizontal vial is missing; unknown maker octagon board foot rule, G. Sold For 40.00
  12. Sommer & Mack, 8ft. x 3” wooden straight rule w/ brass clip, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  13. Goldblatt Tool Co., Kansas City, MO., concreters inlaid mahogany 6’6” wooden level w/ fold-down pitch stands, G. Sold For 25.00
  14. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: #0-2ft., G.; #35-4ft. masonry level w/ plumb bob hanger, F+ - G. Sold For 7.50
  15. 3 – Handsaws: Montgomery Ward – Lakeside 26”-10pt., G.; Disston & Sons D-8-24”-10pt., G.; Warranted Superior, 18”-12pt., F. Sold For 17.50
  16. J.H. Williams & Co., started in 1882 as  drop forging tool co., this wooden wrench trade display w/ hanger hooks, circa 1890-1900, is 18” X 48”, F. – G. Sold For 45.00
  17. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – Chattilon’s Improved Spring scales: 96lb., Vg. & 25lb., F.; 40lb. tubular shape, Vg.; Royal awl w/ metal palm grip, Vg.; 2 – pocket knives Sold For 35.00
  18. Tray lot assorted tools: toy snow shovel w/ hand carved wooden handle, Vg.; L.S. Starrett 11” open cast iron level, vial damaged; 12” iron machine level, damaged vial; Upson Nut Co. #68-2ft. folding rule, G.; Stanley “sweetheart” #2 mitre square, G. Sold For 20.00
  19. Tray 4 – assorted tools: Ox-head signed 9” drawknife, Vg.; unsigned half moon chopping knife w/ wooden handle, Vg.; leather working wooden screw vise, F+ - G.; Morrull’s Patent bench stop, G., patented Aug. 11, 1881 Sold For 35.00
  20. 3 – Metal bench planes: Stanley Bailey #3 w/ Dunlap blade; Sargent VBM 409 jack, G+; German, Solar #3 jack, G. Sold For 30.00
  21. 2 – Stanley (?) planes: #113 circular plane, G+; #104 small block, G. Sold For 45.00
  22. 3 – Metal bench planes: Stanley Handyman #H1203 jack w/ blue paint, Vg.; Stanley Bailey #4, married parts; Dunlap jack, missing iron Sold For 20.00
  23. Stanley #S-4 bench plane, press formed steel w/ pat. 1,918,750 on iron, Vg+ Sold For 80.00
  24. Unknown maker of unusual 9” bench plane w/ brass adjustable saddle blade keeper w/ screw cap & W. Butcher Iron,  handle cracked Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  25. 2 – Various planes: Stanley #80 scraper, repaired; Shelton Tool Co., McAller patent adjuster bench plane Sold For 17.50
  26. 2 – Stanley combination molding planes: #50 combination bead molding plane, G. w/ set of blades; #45 combination, no blades Sold For 70.00
  27. 3 – John Bell, Phila. Wooden side bead molding planes, G. – Vg. Sold For 35.00
  28. Tray lot assorted edge tools: 5 – simple wooden molding planes: Oswego Tool; Union Tool; & 3 – unsigned; 3 – late Stanley wood chisels; 2 – socket handle chisels (1 – Buck Bros.) Sold For 40.00
  29. 5 – Wooden side bead molding planes, G. – Vg.: 2 – Geo. Burnham Jr.; Arrowmammett; Union Tool; & Henson & Mockridge Sold For 45.00
  30. 11 – Assorted turning lathe knives, various makers G+ - Vg. Sold For 40.00
  31. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – wooden threading blocks: both 1”, G. – Vg.; T-handle 1” wood threading die, G+; hand wrought slate roofer’s T-break Sold For 20.00
  32. Brady Mfg. Co., Mt. Joy, “Family Corn Sheller” w/ 2 – patent dates, missing a spring, G+ Sold For 110.00
  33. Fulton Tool Co. left hand side broad axe, 10 ½” edge, Vg. This axe is an excellent piece for users, original patina & surface cleaned & polished Sold For 55.00
  34. Unsigned, right hand side broad axe, G. Sold For 45.00
  35. Witherby (?) right hand side broad axe, handle miss-mounted otherwise Vg. Sold For 55.00
  36. 2 – Unsigned edge tools: carpenter’s adze w/ tapered square poll, G+; center bit posthole mortise axe, G+ Sold For 55.00
  37. 2 – Upper-bit posthole mortise axes: 1 – marked Holland (York City makers, John 1842-48 & son Joseph 1831-46), F. & unsigned, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  38. H. Paup (Hiram, Lewisberry, York Co., member of Pa. Volunteer 192nd Regiment in Civil War) broad felling/squaring axe, strike is a little weak otherwise Vg. Sold For 50.00
  39. Collins, Hartford, right hand side broad axe, miss-mounted handle otherwise Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  40. Holland (above noted) upper bit posthole mortise axe, G+ Sold For 55.00
  41. I. Blood, Ballston, (1837-51) left hand side broad axe w/ 12” edge, G. – Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 70.00
  42. L. Cam, lg. Cooper’s adze w/ 7” bill on edge, G+ Sold For 50.00
  43. Dunlop & Madeira (Chambersburg, Franklin Co. tool mfg., circa 1830-47, Geo. Madeira is listed as County Commissioner in late 1840’s) upper bit posthole mortise axe, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 180.00
  44. Tray lot 8 – assorted implement/combination wrenches: Van Brunt (grain drill maker, started in 1860); Chattanooga (Plow Co.); Bonds (socket head); Diamond Drop Forged; F239; others unsigned Sold For 22.50
  45. 4 – Adjustable wrenches: German, Bole & Anschutz, quick adjust, similar to Morehouse self-adjusting, Vg.; unsigned Park Metalware Co. pat. Aug. 23, 1927, double adjustable socket wrench; 2 – Keystone Mfg. Co., Westcott, 8” & 10”, Sold For 22.50
  46. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – screwdrivers: H.D. & S. Mfg., Irwin; & unsigned; 4 – wrenches: W & B #2 alligator w/ P&R (railroad strike); 2 – American. Seating Co; H.D. Smith; Sold For 35.00
  47. 2 – Drilling devices: Stanley “100 Plus” #1611 hand drill, Vg.; Ashcroft Mfg. Co., pat. July 12, 1910 ratchet breast drill, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  48.  Tray lot assorted tools; Montgomery Ward #84 saw set in original box; Lufkin cloth tape measure, F+; 3 – various plumb bobs; 2 – Millers Falls $34 & #34, G. Sold For 22.50
  49. 3 – Drilling devices: Reed, Phila. #1 pump spiral screwdriver, replaced chuck stop, Vg.; Stanley #210A-10” brace, Vg.; E.C. Stearns Mfg. adjustable hollow auger, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  50. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – drawknives: J.L. Williams (Phila. edge tool maker) 6”, G.; Smith & Co. “Perfect Handles” 8” G.; Jeweler’s bench top vise w/ small square anvil, missing original stop screw, G; wooden top/plumb bob Sold For 40.00
  51. Tray lot 5 – various hammers: 4 – claw hammers: Buffalo, 16oz. straight claw; Kelly “True Temper” 20oz. w/ bell poll; Plumb, 20 oz. w/ bell poll; Stanley “100 Plus” 13oz.; hand wrought octagon poll; & stone mason’s brush hammer Sold For 45.00
  52. 4 – Assorted tools: partial early 19th century drafting tool set in shark skin cover, parts missing; modern machinist made rosewood & brass miniature plane, Vg.; General 8oz. brass plumb bob, Vg.; hand level clinometer,  G. Sold For 65.00
  53. Bostrom Level, pat. 19020506, carpenter’s sight level/Collimator, G. Sold For 15.00
  54. Unsigned carpenter’s transit w/ brass tubular scope & lock bar, G. Sold For 25.00
  55. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 2 – Stanley #12-6” try squares, G. & Vg.; graduated set of 3 – Stanley #20 try squares, F. – G; 3 – plumb bobs: heavy cast iron tapered , approx. 3lbs.; 3oz. unsigned steel; 10oz. unsigned steel Sold For 30.00
  56. W. Beatty & Son (circa 1850-58, strike) 1 3/8” beam framer’s firmer chisel, Vg. (replaced handle) Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  57. Unsigned, late era “Goosewing” axe. This left hand “Goosewing” is a German form similar to those used by Pennsylvania blacksmiths. This is attributed to Germany, & has 13 ½” edge tapered socket. Handle is steel plate braced, Vg. This would excellent for users. Sold For 160.00
  58. Parsons (attributed to Charles Parsons of East Hampton New York, mid-1800’s) ship builder’s 12” winged compass dividers, expertly crafted w/ original stop screw Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  59. 2 ½” Wooden cornice molding plane, has embossed strike of HHL, & 2 – I. S., circa 1820. This plane has a primitive off-center handle & has chamfered shoulders, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 320.00
  60. Miniature wooden chariot hollow smoother plane, possibly for violin bow maker, 2” overall length. This plane is using plane, not a toy. It has decorative scroll carving on front of chariot & top of throat is decorative Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 160.00
  61. Tray lot assorted tools: hand wrought 12” compass dividers w/ “Mickey Mouse Ears” wing nut, G+; 4 – Stanley #60 wood chisels w/ neoprene handles; Sold For 15.00
  62. 2 – Early shipwright’s tools: walnut (?) turned caulking mallet w/ 4 wrought iron bands on turned head, G+ - Vg.; 21” primitive wooden compass/dividers w/ iron nail tips, carved from cherry wood. Sold For 25.00
  63. Mechanical Mfg. Co., Chicago, Unusually lg. cooper’s two handled scorp or in shave, 11” x 6” high,  Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  64. 9 – Assorted gouge chisels w/ tang handles: various makers & sizes, carver – firmer chisels Sold For 65.00
  65. 9 – Assorted hand wrought screwdrivers: small – lg. turn-screw drivers, some made from old files Sold For 40.00
  66. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 –spoke shaves: Stanley: #60,G; #58, F.; blade in cast brass carriage router; 2 – sliding-T bevels (1-Stanley) Sold For 45.00
  67. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: North Bros. “Yankee”: #1545 hand drill; #131A spiral screwdriver; 2 – Stanley “Yankee” screwdrivers; Irwin expansion bit w/ original box (all G.) Sold For 55.00
  68. Stanley R&L Bailey #24 transitional block plane w/ original slide-over box, Vg Sold For 150.00
  69. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #8-C bench jointer plane w/ original box. Plane is Vg. condition, but box as found Sold For 260.00
  70. Stanley R&L #276 wooden tool chest w/ dovetail construction, orange & green paint. Lid has “Stanley Tools” trade label. Lid is damaged at one hinge, G+ Sold For 60.00
  71. Modern Stanley saw display w/ 3 - #15-334 “Short Cut” hand saws. The display is cardboard w/ wooden dowel to look like carpenter’s tool tray, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  72. Simmons “Keen Kutter” 9 ½” transitional handled block plane, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  73. Spiers, Ayr, 8” handled rosewood infill smoother plane w/ brass screw cap, hairline crack to iron near nose of plane, G+ Sold For 95.00
  74. 2 – Wooden molding planes: John Veit, Phila. square mitre plane w/ low angle, Vg.; European horned skewed raising plane w/ Peugot Freres iron, chamfered shoulders, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  75. E. Cantin, 2 ½” cornice molding plane w/ Grecian ogee w/ fillet, G. w/ repaired crack to nose of plane (incorrect iron that can be altered to fit) Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  76. Samuel Auxer, Lancaster 22” double wedge jointer, repaired damage to handle/tote, G. – G+ Sold For 45.00
  77. Unsigned, wooden wedge arm sash fillister plane w/ brass tipped arms, boxwood infill edge brace, restored Vg. Sold For 40.00
  78. 2 – Wooden plow planes: Parrish, Phila. wedge arm w/ wooden depth stop, G+; Chapin, Union Factory #240 boxwood screw arm plow, G. (some repaired damage to arms & parts), G. – G+ Sold For 65.00
  79. Waller Tool Co. Patent pending hinge butt mortise cutting tool, Vg. G+ Sold For 35.00
  80. 4 – H.B. Tool references: E.A.I.A., 1975, Joseph Smith Explanation … Manufactories of Sheffield…, w/ dust cover; The Encyclopedia of Hardware, w/ dust cover by Tom Philbin, 1978; The Tools Catalog…, by Consumers Guide, 1978; The Great Tool Emporium, w/ dust cover by David A. Manners, 1979 Sold For 10.00
  81. Lg. Tray lot assorted vintage & reproduced tool catalogs & guides, vintage includes: Starrett #25; Niagara Machine; Atlas; Cotton-Hanlon; South Bend Lathe Works; etc… Sold For 40.00
  82. Tray lot assorted hardbound & softbound tool references, titles include: Country Craft Tools; Antique Tool Collectors Guide; Kitchens that Work; The Village Blacksmith; Antique Woodworking Tools; etc. Sold For 20.00
  83. Lg. bound catalogue (vintage?) The Dent Hardware Co, Fullerton, Pa., Catalogue of Refrigerator Hardware & Hardware Specialties, Vol. B, 1911 (is excellent condition) Sold For 50.00
  84. 8 – Vintage Machinist’s related tool catalogues: 3 – South Bend Lathe Works: #87-1926 & 1927; #23 “Junior Lathe”, 1928; 42nd edition How to Run a Lathe; Lufkin Precision Tools, #7; 4 – Starrett: #26-1938 catalogue; 3 Vol. Machinist’s use set Sold For 20.00
  85. Tray lot assorted tractor & gas engine magazines: 8 – issues from 1918, Tractor and Gas Engine Review; 12 – issues from 1980’s The Stationary Engine; Iowa Power Engines, trade ephemera for portable gas engines; etc. Sold For 40.00
  86. 3 – Various H.B. books: Steam, it’s Generation and Use, by The Babcock & Wilcox Co., 2nd issue 1916; Handbook on The Steam Engine, by Haeder & Powles, 1896; Industrial Berks County, for Textile Machine Works, Berkshire Knitting Mills, & Narrow Fabric Company, 1948 Sold For 7.50
  87. Tray lot assorted tool references & tool catalogues Sold For 7.50
  88. Tool Equipment Inspector’s portfolio of tools, TE-20-C, model 377 in zipper carry case, includes: marking hammer; 5 – various rubber stamps & ink roller Sold For 40.00
  89. “What’s it?” hand crank electric telephone/telegraph key signal generator (?), hand crank is damaged. Unusual, magnet & copper coil generator w/ coil antenna. Only partial label from Chicago maker is included Sold For 180.00
  90. Vintage, Bosch, Germany Type DU-4 model 2 magneto (spark generator) for early gas engines, serial #418800. The crank plate is bent, otherwise Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  91. Vintage, Dixie model 40 magneto, last U.S. Patent date is 1915, G+ Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  92. Vintage, Bosch, electronic starter. The cable is marked Packard 440, for unknown auto/tractor Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  93. 2 – Vintage gadgets: “Little Hustler” electronic motor on wooden base, circa 1900-20, sold by Chicago Apparatus Co. would run on dry cell battery or AC, Vg.; unknown maker of brass double cone shaped thermometer, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 35.00
  94. 2 – Bench mount hand crank devices/gadgets: Empire Implement Mfg. Co., Albany, pat. 9-25-1900, bench grinder w/ knife sharpening mount/guide (not matching); thread spool winder, missing crank band/belt Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 22.50
  95. 3 – Cast iron household primitives: spring back cork press on wooden base, marked Swank 1915; “The Climax Transfer File” bill hook w/ catch/keeper, Vg.; “Bug” boot jack, marked IEC, painted black Sold For 12.50
  96. 2 – Jeweler’s ring resizing tools: unknown maker hand crank “ring remover” on pliers/grip tool, blade chipped; bench mounted crank operated cutter w/ pitch gauge, G. Sold For 10.00
  97. 9 – Assorted small “What’s It” gadgets: H.C. Higgins, Bellevue, Ohio, wire tag keeper (?); 7 – various rope keeper devices: “Gam”, Lancaster, Pa. patent Feb. 13, 1915. Wooden handle w/ spring keepers; sliding rope clamp, patented June 21, 1881. Two parts that slide with rope rings at end & wedge keeper in middle; 3 – matched tie-down keepers (1 – Reese & 1 – patented Oct. 7, 1913); rope pulley lock (?); 2 – “Who knows?” Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 7.50
  98. 6 – Various household gadget primitives: early metal candle snuffer; Pineapple eye remover; E-Z cork puller; wire meat fork w/ push-off lever; 2 – lamp wick scissors w/ spring back keepers: Wiss #FH2; ORGM Sold For 30.00
  99. 2 – Kitchen combination tools: ornamental cast iron combination pot & stove plate lifter w/ open casting on handles, Vg.; cast “Universal Tool” combination tool w/ kettle & lid lifters; bottle opener; meat tenderizer, pat. date May 24, 1881, by William Thayer of Cleveland, Ohio Sold For 60.00
  100. 2 – Combination tools: “Handy” No. 3, nail puller/pliers, etc., Vg.; Stellar, Germany, chrome plated hatchet/ hammer/ pliers/ screwdriver/ nail puller, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  101. Mathews, Dayton, Ohio, “Never-Stall” combination adjustable wrench/ pliers/ wire cutter/ etc., patented 9-14-1909, by Frank J. Stale Sold For 40.00
  102. 5 – Assorted kitchen primitive/gadgets: Harold Leonard Co., ice plane (copy of ice shave made in Mt. Joy, only cast aluminum); Daniel “Fisherman” combination scissors w/ fish de-scale/ nut cracker/ bottle opener/ hook remover/ etc.; Walter Olcott patent corn creamer, pat. 7-6-1920; Patented broom holder wall clamp, pat. 12-28-1898; simple can opener Additional Photo Sold For 35.00
  103. 6 – Assorted Kitchen “What’s it’s”: three footed bench mounted knife sharpener, pat. Oct. (?), 1891 w/ crossed sharpening steels; wall mounted knife sharpener, pat. 6-7-1898; Grabler’s patent 1-7-1902 strawberry top puller; combination cigar box opener/ glass cutter/ knife sharpener; Sure-Cut, patent 7-18-04; jar lid remover Sold For 15.00
  104. 4 – Combination hammers: 2 – Diamond Tool Co.: “All Purpose Tool) w/ ice pick; “Junior crate Opener; upholsterer’s tack hammer w/ claw on bottom of hand; iron handled crate hammer Sold For 40.00
  105. 3 – Small adjustable wrenches: Standard Tool Co., Athol, Mass. “Rapid Transit” 6” pocket wrench w/ steel handle; Frederick Schrader, combination “Bicycle” adjustable wrench/ spanner nut, patent Feb. 20, 1900, w/ H. Rupp owner strike (missing half ring); “Auto-Quick” pat. applied for, Sold For 45.00
  106. 3 – Adjustable wrenches: Baxter’s Wrench, double-end adjustable, over-painted; Frank Mossberg patent adjustable w/ “Bethlehem Foundry &  Machine Co.” advertisement; Richard’s Mfg. Co., 8” “Shark” alligator Sold For 40.00
  107. 3 – Police officer related tools: English “Bobby” style mouth horn w/ neck string, nickel plated; pr. of Bean Cobb hand-cuffs w/ key, pat. date May 2, 1898. Patent model w/ thumb button release; riding boot hook w/ rosewood T-handle, Vg.; Sold For 65.00
  108. 2 – Tools: Thumb Cuff by Valor Corp. of Florida, nickel plated w/ key; unusual lock back pocket knife w/ hoof/ race knife & hook, aluminum handle by unknown maker Sold For 25.00
  109. 3 – Small adjustable “bicycle” pocket wrenches: Billings & Spencer Co. #97, pat. 9-29-1896, Vg.; “King Dick”, made in England 4” adjustable, Vg.; Pierce Arrow bicycle adjustable wrench, marked Fairmount, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  110. Oddity combination tool, marked “Herkules Patent”. This complex multi-tool has: sq. & octagon wrench holes, hatchet, pipe pliers, nail puller, threading dies, etc., Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  111. 5 – Adjustable wrenches: “Little Giant” 10” pipe, Vg.; Imperial Tool Works, “Angle Wrench”; Erie Tool Works “Auto Knob” self adjusting pipe wrench; Eppler, Germany, 8” ; unsigned “Quick Auto adjust Sold For 60.00
  112. Rare, 19th century brass & tin horsetail searing iron. The handle screw off to put in lamp fluid & has brass thumb screw valve. The top is fan shaped w/ comb edge Sold For 50.00
  113. 3 – Farrier’s “What’s it” tools: Frost Rubber Works, model H8 repair shoe; 2 – hand wrought hobbles (1 – w/ wooden handle) Sold For 17.50
  114. 2 – Hand wrought branding irons w/ handle sockets, both appear to have initials J.W. Sold For 60.00
  115. Tray lot assorted ice related horse shoes & related tools: 3 – patented temporary clamp-on ice shoes w/ caulks; 11 – Phoenix “Never-slip?” rubber punches &  full box Phoenix Horseshoe & Mfg. Co. “resetting shells”. Sold For 15.00
  116. Kelly & Kearns patented horse hoof sizing gauge, pat. June 1, 1897. Patented by Patrick James Kearns & Joseph Kelly for gauging horses feet & rings, G. Sold For 75.00
  117. 2 – Hoof pitch gauges: John Hood, Boston w/ thumbscrew lock on gauge, G.; unsigned brass w/ stiff screw joint, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  118. 2 – Knives: Rare, hand wrought lock back knife made from old files. A unique piece w/ double wrapped back handle catch, G.; stag horn handled hoof knife, G. Additional Photo Sold For 80.00
  119. 2 – Lock: early cylinder padlock w/ screw in key (non-operating?), heavy pitting; Police officer’s wrist lock, a device similar to twitch is devised to subdue criminal. Sold For 35.00
  120. Rare, double leg winged outside caliper w/ butterfly lock nuts, possibly a patented model (but didn’t find any signature or patent date) Sold For 100.00
  121. 2 – Shoe factory hand operated bench tools: Bates Automatic Eyelet press, patented by Bates Mfg. Co., Vg.; S.M. & T. Co. “American” hand crank welting wheel, G. Sold For 5.00
  122. 4 – “What’s it” gadget tools: Flexible Steel Lacing Co. “Alligator Belt Cutter” pat. # 1.992.600 & 2.013.894, Vg.; unsigned stitch hole press; hand crack knife sharpening grinder, Vg.; unknown patented hand tool Additional Photo Sold For 10.00
  123. 2 – Cast iron, leather shop bench tools: Do, Paris, eyelet press (belt punching tool?) w/ spiral down press & fancy cast brace arms; strap/ welting press w/ partial patent date Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  124. 4 – Various ice picks: 3 w/ spring loaded metal handles, G-Vg. Sold For 15.00
  125. Tray lot assorted ice tools: 3 – spring loaded ice picks w/ metal handles; pr. boot crampons for traction on ice w/ leather straps; pr of ice block hooks Sold For 17.50
  126. 2 – Wooden carpenter’s bench accessories: early “Chestnut Oak” “What’s it” boot steady w/ slot for stake shoe last. Possibly originally made for hat polishing? It has eye screw to hang when not in use.; homemade saw vise stake for bench dog hole, G. Sold For 7.50
  127. Saddle maker’s “horse” vise w/ 4 leg braced base & press operated vise. The tenon on the press is damaged. Sold For 65.00
  128. Entrekin’s Victor Burnisher, patent dated 12-2-1873, 3-25-1879, 2-15-1887. This patented tool is a Photographic burnishing machine, and was developed by William G. Entrekin to burnish dry plates for photos. This burnisher has 14” roller.  Additional Photo  Sold For 75.00
  129. Rare, Harness maker’s stitching horse. This three footed vise is similar to shaving horse w/ hinged foot press. However, the head of vise is iron & recessed iron plate is on one side of vise. This tool is not a bench form, but rounded end extends 22” beyond legs. The single plated tail foot has holes where it was bolted fast to the floor of the leather shop, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 100.00
  130. Rare, “What’s it” – picket fence “Picket” cutter. Fully adjustable device would be mounted on bench. The rail rest has two points for adjusting pitch of cut. The cutting head is adjustable for various width lumber & stop plate is fully adjustable. Unfortunately this piece is unsigned & no patent is present. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 220.00
  131. Farrier’s tool tray w/ assorted tools: hoof knife, cinch irons, braced hammer, etc. Sold For 80.00
  132. Cast bench top rivet anvil, embossed 1913, W, 11-14. Size is 10 ½” X 3 1/8” X 6”, G. Sold For 110.00
  133. Tray lot 5 – Bench top metal working tools: (like new) cast steel bench top anvil, 9” X 3 ½” X 4 ¼”; 4 – small work hammers: Craftsman 3oz. ball peen, Vg.; octagon head 6oz. ball peen, signed R. Arnold; unsigned 3oz. sq. planishing hammer; Plumb 6oz. rivet, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  134. 6 – Metal work bench top tools: small bench top stake anvil w/ horn & taper, Vg.; 5 – various metal handle misc. handles, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  135. Tray lot 4 – various jeweler’s bench top tools: medium size anvil w/ horn & wide flattening block; older bench clamp vise w/ shaving shield/guard, G+; straight peen rivet hammer; setting hammer Sold For 65.00
  136. 2 – Cooper’s tools: H(diamond)M, Decatur, Ill. Hoop driver w/ bent shaft handle, Vg.; hand wrought 7” wheel traveler, F. Sold For 55.00
  137. Rare, hand wrought “Ram’s horn” claw hammer w/ octagon poll, G. Additional Photo Sold For 230.00
  138. Drummond Tobacco Co., cast iron plug tobacco cutter (similar to Enterprise cutter), Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 75.00
  139. Tray lot antique engine & auto repair tools: assorted vintage spark plugs (2 – Firestone M-80 w/ box); thread repair pack w/ original box; Flexible Valve Remover, pat. 10-22-1907; push ring extractors; etc. Sold For 20.00
  140. Tray lot assorted tools for balancing wire spoke wheel: roll-fast clamps; Star Wire Tension tool, pat. Jan. 30, 1900; Urich’s Best winged keepers & “a bunch of other stuff I know nothing about!” Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 250.00
  141. 5 – Combination wrenches: Ronson “ALL-in-one” alligator wrench, has even a can opener & screw driver. This odd wrench is even faux decorated on one side to appear to have alligator skin, G+ - Vg.; 4 – various “Maytag” washer combination wrenches Additional Photo Sold For 30.00
  142. 6 – Various “oddity” wrenches: Tower & Lyon “Invalute Wrench” pat. 10-30-1900; Williams “Vulcan Auto Tool” combination; 2 – double end alligator wrenches: Bonney “Vixen”, W&B #2; Rast Prod. Corp. “Fit-all” combination wrench; National Safety wrench, pat. Aug. 28, 1900 Sold For 40.00
  143. 3 – Small adjustable wrenches: Springfield Drop Forging Co. 5 ½”, G.; Billings & Spencer “Billings pat. 2-18-1879” 6”, Vg.; Mossberg “Sterling #1” 5” bicycle, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  144. 3 – Double-end adjustable wrenches: “The Triplet” pat. 8-19-1913, by G.L. Holt Co., combination nut & alligator adjustable, Vg.; William Baxter Co., paten 12-1-1868 “Baxter” wrench; Bah. Co. Volvo combination adjustable nut & alligator end (modern) Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  145.  2 – Combination tools: Thomas Mfg. Co., Dayton, OH. hatchet/ pliers/ wire cutter/ alligator wrench/ screwdriver, Vg.; very early “Ripley’s Patent” dated 4-7-1857,  combination pliers/ sliding lock wrench, F. Sold For 30.00
  146. Vintage, Sears model 5F - 3hp (?) outboard motor w/ single cylinder two-cycle motor. Unknown working condition, however motor has compression and cylinder is free. Sold For 60.00
  147. Small bench top anvil, older model, 10 ½” X 2 ¾” X 4 ½”, G. Sold For 110.00
  148. Rare, “French Pig” anvil w/ 4 feet extended below molded arch bracing, elongated heavy horn, appears to be excellent condition, marked C.H. 189 (possible partial date), approx. weight around 200lb Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 1,850.00
  149. European side hewing bearded hatchet w/ initials L.P. & excellent tool decoration blooming tulip or flower design, 7 ½” edge, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 220.00
  150. J. Beatty (John, 1830-1880, possibly Chester) #3 side broad axe, upper & lower lugs, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 70.00
  151. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester w/ steer trade mark (circa 1872-1886) broad squaring axe w/ high arch, upper & lower lugs, handle is taped otherwise would be excellent for use Additional Photo Sold For 70.00
  152. 2 – Posthole mortise axes: W. Brady, Lanc. Maker (William, probably Mt. Joy), upper bit, G.; unsigned center poll/bit, heavy varnish, , G Sold For 55.00
  153. G. Horn (*George, Wrightsville, Hellam Twp., York Co. circa 1833), upper bit posthole mortise axe, possible signed on other cheek by another trade mark, G+ (recapped butt of axe is heavily ground & new handle) Additional Photo Sold For 35.00
  154. Brady (above noted) broad squaring axe, w/ incorrect side handle & varnish covered, 9 ½” edge Additional Photo Sold For 75.00
  155. Early unsigned Guilford type axe w/ chamfered shoulders, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  156. Rare, double struck Fantail broad squaring axe, made by A. Akins (?)(Alexander, Cross-Roads, York Co.) 18th century form embossed letters, & secondary strike of G. Sener (Gotlieb, 1830-1840, Lancaster City), Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 170.00
  157. Mortise axe, w/ embossed initials E.R.H. (center pellets), upper & lower lugs, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  158. Brady (Wm., Mt. Joy, Lanc. Co.), left hand side broad axe, off-set handle reverse mounted. Axe head is G+ - Vg. Sold For 80.00
  159. Dunlop & Madeira (Chambersburg, Franklin Co. tool mfg., circa 1830-47, Geo. Madeira is listed as County Commissioner in late 1840’s) early left hand side broad axe 12” flared edge, G+ (partial signatures, but definitely their trademark) Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  160. 2 – Unsigned center bit posthole mortise axes: F. – G+ Sold For 50.00
  161. Tray lot 4 – tools: Kraeuter & Co. patent 5-26-03 adjustable alligator wrench, Vg.; Hoe Corp. patent 2-21-1922, self-adjusting pipe wrench, G+; W&B #2 “Bull Dog” wrench w/ P&R (Phila. & Reading Rwy.) wrench; ball style curling tongs, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  162. Tray lot assorted hand tools: partial lettering punch set in wooden case; pr. Victorian C-clamps; German, spiral screwdriver; etc. Sold For 15.00
  163. S.A.G. (initialed) left hand German “Goosewing” axe w/ raised weld, tapered socket eye, & raised striking surface, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 110.00
  164. Isonn, left hand German “Goosewing” axe (same as above ) marked #686, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  165. 6 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes: Sargent 1” two-blade nosing, Vg.; makers include: Sims; D. Briscoe; etc. (most Vg.) Sold For 45.00
  166. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: unsigned, reverse ogee, Vg,; Auburn 3/16” side bead, G+; A. Howland #105 side bead, G+; Griffith’s, Norwich, reverse ogee, Vg.; match pr. side rabbet planes, G. Sold For 40.00
  167. 3 – Hand saws: Thos. Tillotson & Co., Sheffield 16” back saw w/ brass split nut, G.; Disston & Sons D-8-26”- 5 ½ w/ finger hole handle, G, unsigned, 20”-10pt. G. Sold For 20.00
  168. 3 – Hand saws: Disston & Sons #D-8-28”-5pt. w/ finger hole handle, G.; Penna. Saw Works, Phila. “Star” 26”-9pt. G.; Keen Kutter #K-88-26”-5 1/2pt., Vg. Sold For 25.00
  169. 2 – Early hand saws w/ brass split-nuts: rare, William Tolland (Baltimore, maker circa 1850) w/ lg. shielded Eagle button, G.; W. Cresson (Walter, Philadelphia saw maker, circa 1850) w/ Walter Cresson I.X.L. deep-dish button, F+ - G. Sold For 170.00
  170. 3 – Handsaws: Simonds Saw, 26”-6pt. rip saw w/ lower button, G.; Disston & Sons #D-23-26”-5 ½ pt. w/ butter print carved handle, G+; “Our Saw” 26 ½”-9pt., G. Sold For 45.00
  171. Unknown maker, ornamental cast iron rivet punch. This unusual “Sphinx” type punch has Trojan soldier head on body of seat lion & handle is figural cast. Great piece to restore. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 160.00
  172. Tray lot assorted primitives: early pr. Colman, Paris binoculars w/ leather case, F+; English made Rolls Razor strop; 2 – partial drafting set Sold For 15.00
  173. Tray lot assorted primitives: 2 – three roller wooden pulleys (1 – w/ Modesto Product, Easton, Pa. tag), G+; 3 – various knives; & Acme wooden barrel tap Sold For 30.00
  174. Trade advertising bench top anvil: embossed Walton Bros. Manor’s , New York, 4 1/8” X 1 ½” X 1 5/8”, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 110.00
  175. 3 – Various planes: Hills &  Winship, Springfield, Ms. wooden dado plane, Vg.; Stanley #48 flip-bottom T&G plane (missing 1 – iron), G.; no name block Sold For 10.00
  176. Tray lot assorted pliers; wrenches; nail pincer; wooden marking gauge; etc. Sold For 17.50
  177. Tray lot assorted tools: Prepay blow torch; vintage solder paste tins; splicing compound tin; round green color work glasses; etc. Sold For 30.00
  178. Primitive log head “Enforcer” sledge, G+ Sold For 110.00
  179. 5 – Assorted tools: cast aluminum: Craftsman #3983 torpedo level, Vg.; machinist made 5 ¾” level, G+; Foster 3” block plane, Vg.; Hudson angled pliers w/ nickel plate; unknown maker of double-jaw adjustable nut wrench Sold For 15.00
  180. Tray lot assorted machinist & drafting tools: Brown & Sharpe 3”- 4” micrometer in case, Vg.; Starrett #231-0-1” micrometer, G+; Japanese 0-7” bar caliper; Millers Falls, depth micrometer in case, G.; etc. Sold For 30.00
  181. Rare, Thatcher’s Calculating Instrument, “Ultimate Cylinder Slide-Rule”  that solves mathematical problems from simple addition, multiplication to complex square & cube roots, proportional calculations, etc. Patented in 1881, by Edwin Thacher is made by K &  E. This lot includes a Dietzgen #1880-21” pantograph in original box Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 300.00
  182. 4 – Books: 3 – Starrett catalogues: #26-1938; #27-1976; #28-1976; Pattern Making, The Wiley Technical Series, 1914 Sold For 7.50
  183. Group assorted tools: Stanley “Yankee” #03-043 push drill; “Yankee: #251-A T-handle ratchet driver; “Yankee” #130-A spiral driver; #299 utility knife; Millers Falls #610-A spiral driver; Oxwall small ratchet driver Sold For 10.00
  184. 4 – Stanley planes: #4-C bench plane, circa 1910-12 trademark, G.; 3 – block planes: R&L #102, G.; R&L #120 w/ pre-1900 trademark on iron; #220, G. Sold For 15.00
  185. Tray lot 9 – assorted chisels (2 – missing handles) Sold For 55.00
  186. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #5-C, F+ - G.; Stanley “Gage” #5, F+ - G. Sold For 30.00
  187. Stanley R&L #10 ¼ bench rabbet plane w/ angle adjustable knob & handle, G+ - Vg. Sold For 180.00
  188. G.I.C. Co. (Gray Iron Casting Co.), Springfield, OH. core box plane w/ “Auto” ratchet pitch adjustment, G+ - Vg. Sold For 80.00
  189. 2 – Stanley #45 combination planes from different eras: frames, fences, parts (no blades) F. – G. Sold For 25.00
  190. Tray lot 4 – edge tools: Wm. Beatty, Chester (w/ steer) half shingling hatchet, G+ - Vg.; 3 – non – handled, P. – G.: W. Brady (above noted) kitchen hatchet, pitted; W. Brady (above noted) 2” socket handle firmer chisel, G.; Nielson &  Brothers (?) mortise axe, F+ Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 35.00
  191. Henry Disston & Son #7-28 ½”-5pt. handsaw w/ pat. dated handle, last pat. date Nov. 19, 1879. This saw has & Son on blade, but has & Sons on button, G. (pitting to back of saw. Sold For 40.00
  192. 2 – Early handsaws: Henry Disston & Son #7-26”-7pt. w/ Henry Disston (only) brass button & split-nuts, G+; unsigned handsaw w/ Warranted Superior lg. Button & brass spit-nut, G. Sold For 25.00
  193. Tray Lot assorted tools: German, adjustable jeweler’s frame saw (no blade); unsigned hand vise; Eiffel adj. pliers/wrench w/ canvas tote, Vg.; assorted saw sharpening tools Sold For 25.00
  194. 3 – Various backsaws: Disston & Sons, 12” miter, Vg.; H & Co., New York, 10” tenon saw, F.; unsigned 9” dovetail saw, G+ Sold For 65.00
  195. 2 – Handsaws: Simonds “Branch Houses” 26”-8pt. w/ butter-print carved handle, G+; Disston & Sons #D-8-26”-5 ½ pt. w/ finger grip handle, G+ Sold For 17.50
  196. Rosewood & brass 20” panel marking gauge, unsigned, Vg, Sold For 17.50
  197. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: Stanley #66 boxwood marking gauge, hole drilled for hanging, G.; unsigned double arm mortise gauge, F.; 3 – unsigned squares (1 – 7 ½” mitre square) Sold For 35.00
  198. Assembled graduated set of 8 – bent shank paring gouges: 6 – Buck Bros.; & 1 – Marples, most Vg. (1 – has noted repair weld to bent shank Sold For 90.00
  199. 8 – Assorted bench & firmer gouge chisels: 6 – Buck Bros., G. - Vg. Sold For 95.00
  200. 3 – Spoke shaves: 2 – Stanley #51; 1 – L. Bailey #58 (iron struck), F. Sold For 15.00
  201. 3 – Various socket handle framer/firmer chisels: P.S. & W. Co. #1FX-2” , Vg.; Buck Bros. 1 ½”, Vg.; New Haven Edge Tool Co., 1” corner chisel, G+ Sold For 120.00
  202. Box lot assorted tools: 5 – various braces; 5 – various spiral drivers (most G.) Sold For 22.50
  203. 5 – Assorted firmer chisels: 3 – socket handles: Witherby 1”; 2” unsigned; 1 ¼” unsigned corner; 2 – tang handle: Greaves & Sons, 3/8” socket mortise; Butcher 2” paring, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  204. 6pc. – Assembled graduated socket handle gouge chisel set, various makers, G. – Vg. Sold For 100.00
  205. Tray lot assorted tools: 5 – tang handle paring chisels, F. – G.; 3 – stiff-joint compass dividers, G. Sold For 15.00
  206. Supreme #6810-6” Engineer’s transit in wooden case (made in Japan) w/ 4” compass, 5” vertical circle, Vernier gauge. Transit includes tripod & slide-by story pole, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  207. Warren-Knight & Co., “Sterling” model antique engineer’s transit in wooden case w/ 3” compass, Vernier gauge, 3” dumpy level; 3” vertical arc Sold For 55.00
  208. A.P. Aloe Co., St. Louis #1044-11 ½” engineer’s Wye level w/ mahogany case. Tripod w/ central swivel pin accompanies. Sold For 90.00
  209. Keuffel & Esser #148207 – 9” engineer’s transit w/ 4” compass, 4” vertical circle, Vernier gauge w/ mahogany case & 1906, Keuffel & Esser catalog Sold For 60.00
  210. Keuffel & Esser contractor’s 12” sight transit w/ hard plastic case. Transit has 4” Vernier gauge, 6” vertical arc, Sold For 50.00
  211. Warren-Knight Co. #20083 – 10” mining transit w/ 5 ½” harp bracket; 4” hooded vertical gauge, 6” encased Vernier gauge. Transit is orange plastic safety case Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  212. Keuffel & Esser #121839-16 ½” Engineer’s “Dumpy” level, circa 1957 in original oak case w/ 3 3/8” diameter collar, & 7” vial, Vg+ Additional Photo Sold For 70.00
  213. 2 – Conestoga wagon related tools: 1804, Pa. Rack & Pinion wagon jack. The jack has tool decoration. G.; hand wrought “Ice Cutter” brake shoe w/ 3 ½” slot Sold For 100.00
  214. Champion Forge & Blower Co., #101 wall mounted blacksmith’s drill press, mounted on oak wall bracket & restored, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 65.00
  215. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester w/steer trademark, heavy Kent style axe w/ 8 ¾” edge, upper & lower lugs, G. - Vg. Sold For 60.00
  216. Late, W. Brady (above noted) #3 right hand side broad axe w/ straight handle, 10” edge, G+ - Vg. Sold For 55.00
  217. Late, W. Brady, Lancaster Co. broad squaring axe w/ 10” edge, G+ Sold For 55.00
  218. Odd, Brady, Lanc’r, Pa. #5 wheelwrights’ flared lopping axe, significant crack to flare above upper lug, G+ Sold For 45.00
  219. 2 – Tools: unsigned hand wrought 9” heavy drawknife, possibly for splitting work; heavy wooden froe mallet, shows substantial use. Sold For 22.50
  220. 2 – Edge tools: unsigned cooper’s round adze, G+; early hand wrought froe w/ make-do repair to edge, 12” overall edge, F. Sold For 55.00
  221. Unsigned hand wrought froe w/ 9 ½” edge, G. Sold For 40.00
  222. 2 – Small bench top stake anvils (1 – polished steel), F. & Vg. Sold For 90.00
  223. Bench top anvil, 34.6lbs., marked w/ embossed S. & C. Sold For 140.00
  224. Owner signed anvil, (appears to be) Joseph W. Landy (he is a blacksmith found in the 1850, Boston City directory). This anvil has stone weight 0-2-14 = 70lbs., has weld residue from being attached to stand. It does not appear to have damage to feet. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 340.00
  225. Unsigned, anvil, stone weight 1-0-24 = 136lbs., Vg. Sold For 425.00
  226. 3 – Quarry related tools: 4ft. long iron chisel w/ hand crank brace & off-rigger (?) Sold For 7.50
  227. Two-man railroad tongs marked C. R.R. Co. of NJ. (probably Central Railroad Co. of New Jersey) Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  228. Hand wrought wedge shaped pry bar tool, marked J. F. Sheaffer (possibly Jacob Sheaffer, blacksmith in Littlestown, Adams Co., Pa.). This wedge shaped pry tool has 48” handle that is possibly shortened Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  229. 2 – Primitive tools: 5 tine fish gig w/ socket handle, G+; L.H. Dennis branding iron, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  230. Cast iron implement seat, marked #75 w/ open work seat guard, G. Sold For 40.00
  231. Early Johnson’s #10 First Aid Cabinet, J & J (Johnson & Johnson) medical supply tin box w/ 3 interior drawers. This lidded tin box has hooks to hang on wall. Interior has “Specify J&J Product”. The box is circa 1900, & lid is over-painted w/ black paint. Sold For 50.00
  232. 3 – Wooden Stanley, folding rules: #68-2ft 4-fold, F.; #63-2ft. 4-fold w/ square joint, Vg.; #36 ½-1ft. two-fold caliper/rule, G+ Sold For 30.00
  233. 2 – Tools: Disston & Sons #D-8-26”-5 ½ pt. handsaw w/ finger hole grip handle, G+; Witherby, 10” sag-back drawknife, G. Sold For 15.00
  234. 2 – Drawknives: G. Miller (George, possible Warwick Twp. circa 1780), carpenters 11” belly shave, G.; re-purposed file, handle maker’s shave w/ hollow back, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  235. Modern exotic hardwood 1 ¼” round smoothing block, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  236. Rare, D. Heiss, Lancaster (Dietrich, circa 1760-90) 1 3/8” gutter plane, secondary embossed strike of owner W. Taylor, 3rd strike of owner G. McFadden), appears to look like cut was altered otherwise, Vg Sold For 40.00
  237. Box lot 9 – assorted braces, various types, F. – G. Sold For 17.50
  238. Tray lot 4 – various bench planes: Samson, 13 ½” fore plane w/ heavy frame, Vg.; Shelton #04 smoother, pat. 914609, Vg.; U.S. “no name” 14” fore, G.; Dunlap 9” smoother, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  239. 3 – Block planes: altered #100 ½ w/ squirrel tail, nose ground to make bullnose plane, possibly altered for use by pattern maker; #75 bullnose rabbet, missing iron; unknown maker #55 block w/ lever blade adjuster, G. Sold For 12.50
  240. Tray lot 5 – various planes: “American Boy” 6 ½”, G+; Stanley #3 jack w/ plastic adjustment knob, G+; 3 – “no-name” blocks Sold For 17.50
  241. 2 – Steel tape measures: Keuffel & Esser “Champion” 100ft.  w/ pat. 3-13-1900, G+; Starrett #507-50ft. w/ 6” brass torpedo shape plumb bob, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  242. Tray lot assorted marking gauges: Chatillon’s 80lb. brass front spring scale, Vg.; Rebure 50lb. spring scale, G+; small 25lb. spring scales, G.; unmarked 7 ½” try square w/ rosewood & brass handle, G.; homemade walnut siding marking scratch gauge, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  243. 5 – Leather trade hammers: unsigned #8 French pattern hammer, Vg.; 3 – various cobbler’s hammers, G. – Vg.; coach trimmer’s upholstery hammer w/ solid handle & magnetic poll, G. Sold For 55.00
  244. 5 – Various hammers: brass “dead-blow” mallet; millstone pick, G.; C. Hammond, Phila. brick/stone dressing hammer w/ square poll, Vg.; Heller Bros. Farrier’s claw, F+.; small double round punch hammer, F+ Sold For 45.00
  245. 4 – Various framing squares: Bluegrass #T-BG3SP-16, Vg.; Nicholls #3 “Eureka Standard”, G+; Sargent , G+; other, F. Sold For 7.50
  246. 6 – Various wooden molding planes, G. - Vg.: Sandusky, side bead, G,; Auburn #18-1/4” center bead, Vg.; early astragal bead, signed D. Stoyer, Vg.; Lg. Wm. Boyd, 1 1/8” side bead w/ owner’s brand J.S.; Wm. Moss, 1/2” side bead, Vg.; John Moseley, London ¾” side bead, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  247. 4 – Wooden molding planes: full boxed side bead, strike ruined by owner strike, G.; J. West (possible John, Baltimore) complex Astragal bead, Vg.; unsigned early raised Astragal bead, Vg.; Unsigned, Grecian ovolo w/  side  bead, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  248. Box lot 19 – assorted wooden planes, various types & makers, F. – Vg. (look for yourself) Sold For 75.00
  249. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Lund, London, complex Grecian ogee w/ astragal bead, Vg.; maker overstrike fillister, missing side stop, G; Match pr. T&G planes by C. Nurse, London, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  250. 5 – Wooden molding planes w/ rounded shoulders: 3 - Albright (unknown): quarter round, Vg.; side bead, G+; slide dovetail, G+; unsigned center fluting plane w/ owner attached fence, Vg.; 1 ¼” round plane, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  251. 6 – Wooden molding planes: De Forest, ½” side bead, G+; homemade table round, G+; Cox & Luckman, small quirk ogee w/ bevel, G.; unsigned cove & bead w/ bevel shoulders, Vg.; unsigned altered quarter round plane, G+; unsigned cock bead, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  252. 6 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned lg. Torus bead, G+; J. Clark, side bead, G+; King & Compy, Hull sash molding, Vg.; Bewley, 6/8” Quirk molding, G+; unsigned altered skew rabbet (w/ table hallow cut); unsigned small ogee plane, G+ Sold For 40.00
  253. 7 – Assorted gouge chisels, G. – Vg. : 2 – socket handle: P.S. & W., & Pexto; 5 – tang handle: W. Butcher, Swan; D.M. Co.  Sold For 70.00
  254. 3 – Signed, firmer chisels: G. Miller (above noted) heavy socket handle 1”, no handle G.; J. Harker (unknown), ½” deep socket mortise, G.; W. Parker (unknown)1 ½” socket handle (mushroomed socket), F+ Sold For 30.00
  255. 9 – Assorted firmer & bench chisels, 7 – socket handled, various makers & sizes Sold For 60.00
  256. Box lot 17 – assorted wooden molding planes, F+ - G+: various makers, types, & sizes (look for yourself) Sold For 60.00
  257. Box lot 15 – assorted wooden molding planes, F. – G+: various makers, types, & sizes (look for yourself) Sold For 80.00
  258. 3 – Drawknives: unsigned, 8” w/ adjustable handles, G.; unsigned 8 ½” stop chamfer w/ cup capped handles, Vg.; C.I. Mix, 9” stop chamfer w/ cup capped handle, G. Sold For 35.00
  259. 7 – Assorted leather trade tools: E.C. Stearns & Co. patent applied for, multi-head cutter; J.A. Rose, Mfg. gasket cutter; 2 – button hole punch cutters; center bit auger gasket cutter; Atha tack hammer w/ magnetic head; small cobbler’s hammer Sold For 30.00
  260. 8 – Assorted small size blacksmith tongs, various types & uses Sold For 35.00
  261. Tray lot 6 – assorted Farrier’s type tools: 2 – Champion hoof trimmers (1 – Patent dated, 11-13-1906); brass hoof pitch gauge w/ thumbscrew stop; Wolverine Tool Co., brass handle file grip/handle; 2 – various tongs Sold For 45.00
  262.  Tray lot assorted Farrier’s tools: 2 – complex hoof trimmers: Frailey’s patent 1-2-1894  (patented by William K. Frailey), G+; other unsigned cog & rail design; new set of patent 8-9-1887 #2 ox shoe, Vg.; etc. Sold For 55.00
  263. 2 – Non-related tools: hand wrought horseshoe shaped boot jack, missing handle; Dr. Rinehart Handy Hog Holder, G. re-painted Sold For 5.00
  264. 2 – Farm related tools: N. Burdizzo, made in Italy, castrator, Vg.; Hill’s Hog Tongs, patented 12-2-1873, G. Sold For 20.00
  265. 2 – Farm tools: J.P. Lee’s patent hoof trimmer, pat. 4-23-1889, G+ - Vg.; Glaskin Mfg. “Atomic Onion” combination fencing tool, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  266. 3 – Farm primitives: H.M. Crider, York, Pa. pat. 11-15-1881, fruit tree picker head, G.; W.I, Short, “Never Root” cast iron hog snout nipper;  , patent 5-15-1860, G.; Brown’s Fence Co. Cleveland, OH. ratchet operated fencing tool. Sold For 25.00
  267. 4 – Various wrenches: Eifel, geared Pliers/wrench, Vg.; The Johnson Wrench by Neverslip Mfg. Co. patented pipe pliers, Vg.; H.D. Smith & Co. 8” perfect handle adjustable wrench; combination wrench/ screwdriver Sold For 50.00
  268. 4 – Various wrenches: Cochran “Speednut Wrench”, patented 5-2-1916, Vg.; Liberty Engine “Spark Plug” wrench, Vg.; W.E. Rosel, “5 in 1 Tool” patented 7-26-1919, Vg.; unsigned Hazeltine & Chantrell T-handle adjustable socket wrench, patented 2-2-1882, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  269. Tray lot assorted household & farm primitives: 3 – various husking pegs (cast iron); 4 – various clothes pins: 2 – spring back; oak carved peg type; Maytag Washer advertising; Purina advertising 6lb. spring scales; Chatillon’s 25lb. brass front spring scales; parts to can opener Sold For 7.50
  270. 6 – “What’s it” type tools: Whitney Metal Tool Co. pat. 2224226 industrial sheet metal cutting tool; OTC #615 spring spreader pliers; hand wrought saw set (?); snap-ring pliers; etc. Sold For 45.00
  271. 6 – Hand wrought “What’s it” tools: 3 – Claw tip wheel tire screw clamps; caliper shape spring spreader; slide bar stop; ram’s horn pry bar Sold For: Sold For 7.50
  272. C.R.R. of NJ. (Central Railroad of New Jersey) spike maul w/ bill tail, G. Sold For 20.00
  273. 2 – Hand wrought wheel travelers: 5 ¾” diameter wheel w/ single strap w/ rod type handle; 7 ¾” diameter wheel w/ 2-strap & solid handle Sold For 12.50
  274. 8 – Various pliers type specialty & “What’s it” tools: Cronk wire fencing tool; German off-set door pin pliers; 2 – wire clamp tools; 7” spanner wrench; etc. Sold For 22.50
  275. 5 – Assorted hand wrought tools: 3 – various screw drivers w/ open ring handles; Farrier’s butteris; small ice knocker hatchet (?) Sold For 7.50
  276. 3 – Oddity wrenches: Bethlehem Wrench Co.  “The Duffey Wrench Patent” 10” adjustable pipe wrench, G+; unsigned Walden (?) tire bolt ratchet wrench, G+; unknown maker two-sided ratchet wrench, G+ Sold For 35.00
  277. 3 – Pliers/wrenches: Eifel “Flash” pliers/wrench w/ pat. 5-2-1916, G+; J. Caspers, pat. 6-6-2013 pipe pliers, Vg.; unknown hollow jar pliers, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  278. 5 – Assorted small adjustable wrenches & pr. of pliers: only mini Channel-lock pliers is signed Sold For 25.00
  279. 8 – Assorted implement & combination wrenches: Universal open work casting; Spark Plug wrench, Gen.; Planter Jr.; key-hole saw/wrench; etc. Sold For 25.00
  280. 4 – Various small claw hammers, various types Sold For 25.00
  281. Lot assorted Kitchen primitives & household collectibles: over-neck Harmonica holder; Brass betel nut cutter; cast iron nut cracker; lemon juicer; etc. Sold For 22.50
  282. 2 – Tools: Stanley “Yankee” #41Y push drill, N.I.B.; 7 ½” diameter wheel traveler, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  283. 2 – Diamond Calk Horse Shoe Co., adjustable double head wrenches: #6 & #8; #10 & #12, both Vg. Sold For 85.00
  284. 2 – Tools: Adjustable double head screwdriver w/ pat. 7-9-1916, Vg.; Bridgeport Hardware Co., unknown adjustable wire grip tool w/ screwdriver type adjustable handle, G. Sold For 17.50
  285. 6 – Assorted tools: 2 – crate hatchets (1- Bridgeport Hardware #99); 2 – cigar box openers (1 – combination nipper); McIntosh-Heather, leather hole punch; Upson Nut Co. #54-2ft four-fold wooden rule, G. Sold For 70.00
  286. Tray lot assorted tools: saw set; hand vise; Dymo-Mite sticker maker; bale hooks; etc. Sold For 7.50
  287. Tray lot assorted collectible type tools: pressed metal tool handle w/ 2 swing storage doors; small iron anvil paper weight; turned mahogany mallet; 3 – smaller nut cracker mallets Sold For 30.00
  288. Tray lot 8 – assorted tools: 6 – screwdrivers: John Hall, cabinet makers turn screw; the G&S w/ iron handle; Ryan Tools; etc.; Brass handled small iron jaw nippers; U.S. “H.K.P.” 1944, wire cutters Sold For 22.50
  289. 3 – “What’s it” tools: hand wrought clay pipe baking tongs; round rod Whig makers tongs; unknown hand casting tongs, possibly for nails (?) Sold For 7.50
  290.  3 – Metal trade “Decimal Equivalent” signs: 2 - Cleveland trade marks; Standard Tool Co. (all as found, a little rough) Sold For 35.00
  291. Unknown maker of Railroad engine steam valve display on oak base Sold For 310.00
  292. Angus Sinclair Co., New York, cast iron & brass steam valve display on oak base. Sold For 525.00
  293. Berger model 1N-12” engineer’s dumpy level w/ 4” Vernier gauge in military ammo case Sold For 30.00
  294. Unusual 9” X 2” magnifying lens in metal housing, G. Sold For 70.00
  295. 5 – Various edge tools: grafting froe or hoof knife (?), appears to be too delicate for hoof work, 2 ¾” knife w/ concave edge; 4 – Stanley tools: modern block plane, made in England; #52 spoke shave w/ V-trademark, G.; #28 & #29 edge rounders, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  296. 4 – Wooden primitives: 2 – right-angle rat traps; Pack & Van Horn, pat. 6-22-1875, bill holder clip; & oak boot jack Sold For 7.50
  297. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: early clock maker’s bench mount vise w/ lg. screw clamp; spear shaped hand wrought needle(?); pr. hand wrought ox yoke pins; antique pipe flaring tool Sold For 85.00
  298. 2 – Primitive tools: unusual Harmon Wedge splitting wedge, patented by William Walters, pat. date July 9, 1912; & heavy turned carver’s round mallet Sold For 40.00
  299. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: “Triumph” caponizing set, in original wooden case; “E-Z Blow Fog Horn” commercially made sounding horn, Vg.; glazier’s spur tool; Pratt’s small feed funnel; brass bull ring (?); modern dial micrometer Sold For 50.00
  300. Giant set of 8’ 6” barn door strap hinges w/ simple ball cusp, G.; & 5 ft. barn door hasp Sold For 35.00
  301. Early hand wrought grafting froe/knife w/ drop pointed tip, G. Sold For 30.00
  302. Tray lot assorted early hardware: 2 – Cast iron gate weights, turnip shaped; assorted shutter latch hooks & dogs Sold For 10.00
  303. 2 – German elbow locks w/ key escutcheons & sliding dead-bolts, missing keepers & keys Sold For 7.50
  304. Group of hearth related tools: wrought iron bake oven door w/ strap hinges & catch latch from salvaged strap hinge; fire poker w/ wooden handle; & coal tongs w/ brass turned handle Sold For 150.00
  305. 4 – Various planes: 2 – wooden molding: S. Rowell (Simeon, mid-1800 New York maker) quarter round; two-blade belection molding plane, probably some altering; 2 – Stanley block planes: #110 w/ nickel plated cap, Vg.; #9 ¼ w/ blue paint, G. Sold For 35.00
  306. Tray lot 5 – Stanley block planes: #G12-247, Vg+; early model #102 w/ V-trademark, Vg.; 2 - #220, Vg. & G;  #110, missing knob, G Sold For 7.50
  307. 6 – Stanley wood chisels w/ Ever-last type socket handle, F. – Vg Sold For 80.00
  308. 4 – Spoke shaves: 2 – metal: Rapier, England 2”, Vg.; Record w/ pitch adj., G+; 2 – wooden: unsigned w/ brass adj. knobs & 2 ¼” edge, G+; pat. 1861 gouge shave w/ brass plate, G. Sold For 65.00
  309. 4 – Various wooden spoke shaves, 2 signed, G+ Sold For 50.00
  310. Stanley R&L #9 ¾ w/ rosewood knob handle, circa 1910-12 arch trademark, period knob mounted on painted cast brass fork assembly (probably copy cast) Sold For 65.00
  311. 2 – Refinished transitional block planes, Vg.: Sargent & Co. 8”; Stanley “Liberty Bell” 8” lever blade adj. Sold For 40.00
  312. 2 – Metal bench planes: “Victory” #6 fore plane, G. -+; Stanley Bailey #4 smoother, handle has repaired crack, G+ Sold For 20.00
  313. Tray lot assorted planes, missing parts: 3 – Rapier & 1 – Record small plough planes: 3 – fences & 1 blade; Record #071 router, missing knives Sold For 50.00
  314. 2 – Stanley planes: Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, post WWII, Vg.; #93 shoulder rabbet, F+ Sold For 50.00
  315. 4 – Stanley “Four-Square” tools: 2 #04 smoother jacks, G. & Vg.; shingling full hatchet w/ octagon poll, Vg.; rare, wrecking bar, claw is damaged Sold For 100.00
  316. 3 – Stanley tools: 2 – “Four-Square” tools: 24” wooden level w/ gray & red paint, Vg.; 24 ½”-8pt. handsaw, G.; “Handyman” 18”-8pt. handsaw, Vg. Sold For 150.00
  317. 2 – Stanley bench planes: “Gage” #3 w/ pat. 2-17-1920 self adjusting, Vg.; early Bailey #3 w/ pat. dated blade, G. Sold For 65.00
  318. 2 – Stanley planes: early #110 block w/ star embossed cap, G,; #S-4 press-steel smoother jack, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  319. Tray lot assorted Stanley block planes & adv. accessories; Union #120 block plane, G+ Sold For 17.50
  320. Craftsman combination molding plane in home crafted oak case w/ fitted interior, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  321. 3 – Various handsaws: Disston & Sons, 18” flooring saw, Vg.; Pontiac #50-13”, G+; Keen Kutter #88-19 ½”-11pt., G+ Sold For 40.00
  322. Disston “Nineteen-Forty Special” 26”-8pt. handsaw w/ auto, train, & airplane graphics, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  323. 3 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons #D-8-28”-5 ½ pt. rip saw w/ finger hole handle, Vg.; Disston & Sons #12-24”-10pt. w/ carved handle, G+; Disston “Keystone” 26”-5 ½ pt. ripsaw w/ orange & black painted, G. Sold For 25.00
  324. 3 – Handsaws: Stanley “sweetheart” #820-10pt., G+; unknown maker, combination frame square/handsaw, G.; Brown’s 20”-8pt. carcass saw w/ open grip handle, G. Sold For 80.00
  325. Underhill & Brown, 3” socket handle slick w/ turned maple handle, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  326. Underhill Edge Tool Co. #04 Kent style hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  327. 12 – Assorted bench & wood chisels, most w/ wooden handles, makers include: Stanley; Wm. Greaves; Eagle Brand; etc. Sold For 130.00
  328. Tray lot gunstock carvers floats, various size & condition Sold For 60.00
  329. Assembled set of 12 – graduated heavy firmer chisels w/ matching handles, makers include: Sorby; Beech & Pond; Ward; etc. Sold For 160.00
  330. 4 – Various push drills: North Bros. “Yankee” #41 w/ #44 box; 2 - Goodell-Pratt Co., 9 ¾”, Vg & 1 – w/ “Mr. Punch” box; Goodell-Pratt Co. #188A, missing bits Sold For 17.50
  331. 2 – Stanley wooden four-fold rules: #94-4ft. brass bound  w/ ox-bow joint, Vg.; “sweetheart” #7-2ft. “blind-man’s” w/ oversized numbers, G+ Sold For 35.00
  332.  5 – Stanley 2ft.-4-fold wooden rules: 4 - #68A (2 – marked w/ Four-Square logo); “sweetheart” #61, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  333. 5 – Assorted modern tools: carved teak wood Oriental chalk line, G.; Imhoff & Lang, 5/8” wooden threading block w/ tap, Vg.; 4” brass blade homemade bevel; 3” machinist made brass infill block plane, Vg.; brass combination caliper, G. Sold For 35.00
  334. 4 – Various wooden rules: Magee & Richards Makers, pat. 5-26-1885 fold-down glazier’s square, small repaired crack; Stanley (unmarked) #46 ½ square board foot rule, missing one brass cap; 2 – adv. sticks (1 – square & other 4ft.) Sold For 45.00
  335. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Globe Master aluminum #65420-6ft. zig-zag rule; Stanley “sweetheart” #20-8” try square, G.; Chesterman 50ft. cloth tape measure, winder missing knob; 10” winged divider; pr. of mahogany winding sticks; etc. Sold For 20.00
  336. 2 – Wooden measuring devices: unsigned rosewood & brass 20” panel marking gauge, Vg.; walnut 21 ½” trammel point compass w/ 2 – wedge stop points, marked by several owner, G+ Sold For 25.00
  337. 18” Mahogany & brass wooden level, marked Lambert, Mulleken & Stackpole, Boston, Mass., circa 1850,  has shielded Eagle strike, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  338. 5 – Spiral screwdrivers: North Bros. “Yankee” #75 pump driver, G.; Millers Falls #61A, Vg.; Stanley “Yankee” #130A, G.; etc. Sold For 35.001
  339. 2 – Drilling devices: wooden stock brace w/ brass push-button chuck, missing knurl cap; Goodell-Pratt, pat. 8-13-1895, hand drill, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  340. 6 – Assorted ratchet braces, G. (common- look for yourself) Sold For 7.50
  341. Wooden swing handle tool tray w/ 6 – various tools: 4 – Hand drills (3 – Stanley); 2 - spiral drivers: Stanley “Yankee” #131A; Millers Falls #621 Sold For 45.00
  342. 2 – Coopers’ chamfer howel, by C.F. Close, 1 – pat. 5-27-1913, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  343. A.L. Swett Iron Works, Medina, NY. Cooper’s heading screw w/ band strap, G. Sold For 40.00
  344. 2 – Coopers’ chamfer howel, by C.F. Close, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  345. Stanley #902 oak tool chest w/ assorted Stanley tools & reference book (water damaged) Sold For 45.00
  346. Early traveling harness repair tool chest. The chest is red painted w/ single door that has cabinet lock & small brass pull. Interior has leather strapping for tools, leather shield shaped needle cushion & broad head knife holder. Size – 15” X 25” X 6” Additional Photo Sold For 20.00
  347. Stanley bench top tool chest w/ raised frame door w/ storage rack & interior swing door w/ racks. No tools included. Size – 11 ¾” X 29” X 7 ½” Sold For 45.00
  348. Carpenter’s softwood tool chest w/ raised panel top, dove tailed construction, brass padlock hasp & keeper, & lg. iron drop handles. Interior has two slide storage drawers & saw storage in base. Size – 33” X 19” x 18 ½” Sold For 55.00
  349. Large Victorian era carpenter’s tool chest w/ inlay decorative interior. The exterior of the tool chest is fairy simple w/ two raised panels on lid, framed exterior panel & flat painted surface. Interior is a totally different story, although there is some damage to pieces of interior framing. The interior has two actress pattern round panels in round turned walnut frame, then placed in ornate mahogany and satin wood inlay w/ fan inlay corners & rope twist banding. The 3 drawer fronts are mahogany veneer w/ satin inlay. The lower portion of cabinet is wallpapered. Unknown provenance. Size – 39” X 24” X 22 ½” Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 150.00
  350. Pexto #44 tinsmith’s bench shears w/ double hinged arm, weld repair to shear. Sold For 30.00
  351. 3 – T-handle augers: Churchill #8-1 7/8” twist bit, Vg.; unsigned 5/8” snail bit; signed (?) 5/8” shell bit, G. Sold For 20.00
  352. 2 – Tools: T-handled tapered auger, G+; ornate carve decorated wooden slitting gauge. Fence is scroll carve decorated & has date 1775 (not attributable to that era, false date), G. Sold For 35.00
  353. 5 – Various primitive hand tools: wooden mallet w/ barrel shaped head; hand wrought twitch (Farriers tool); Farrier’s rasp, Vg.; ice tongs; unsigned hatchet Sold For 17.50
  354. 3 – Various claw hammers: 2 – Cheney: patented ball bearing nail holder 20oz,, G.; 8oz. Farrier’s claw, Vg.; C. Hammond, 12oz. tack w/ tapered poll, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  355. 2 – Drawknives: Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, 7” stop chamfer, Vg.; P.S. & W. 9” w/ fold-down handles, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  356. L.K. Benfield & Son, (unknown location) 2 7/8” slick w/ turned maple wood handle, some surface pitting G+ Sold For 55.00
  357. Underhill Edge Tool Co. 3 ½” socket handle slick w/ turned maple handle, owner strike of J. Keener, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 80.00
  358. 4 – Various Stanley measuring devices: #138 level sights w/ original box, E.; #49 auger bit gauge set, Vg.; #59 dowel drilling gauge, Vg.; #470 stair guide set Sold For 35.00
  359. 3 – Stanley metal marking gauges: #95 ½ butt marking gauge; #90 single rod marking gauge, G+.; #98 double arm marking gauge, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  360. 4 – Various squares: Keen Kutter 8” try square, G+; USC, 6 ¼” try square w/ cast aluminum handle, G,; Unsigned #20-4 ½” Stanley try square; Stanley “sweetheart” #2-7 ½” mitre square. G+ Sold For 30.00
  361. Craftsman “Classic Tool Collection” Cocobolo wood handle try square w/ brass blade, N.I.B. Sold For 20.00
  362. Lie-Nielsen #1-5 ¼” brass deck smoother jack plane, N.I.B. Sold For 170.00
  363. Lie-Nielsen #140-LN2003 skew block plane, N.I.B. Sold For 210.00
  364. 6 – Various bench plane replacement iron: 4 -  (new) Stanley; 2 – used plane irons Sold For 30.00
  365. 5 – Various Stanley zig-zag folding rules: #X-227-6ft., w/ original packaging, E.; 3 - #X-226-6ft. G+ - Vg.; #X246-6ft., Vg. Sold For 20.00
  366. 6 – Lufkin zig-zag 6ft. rules in #X46 “Red End” box, all used: 4 – model X46; etc. Sold For 35.00
  367. 2 – 3ft. four-fold Wooden folding rules: Rabone, Birmingham, boxwood w/ double arch joint, Vg.; Lufkin #3851 w/ oxbow joint, G+ Sold For 30.00
  368. 8 – Assorted metal measuring devices: 3 – Lufkin #1206-6ft. zig-zag rule, Vg.; General #901-6ft.; Craftsman #9-4029 protractor gauge; 3 – Advertising pocket steel rules Sold For 17.50
  369. 2 – 3ft. four-fold wooden rules: Rabone #1190 combination w/ level & protractor gauge, Vg.; Stanley #66 ½ w/ arch joint, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  370.  2 – 2ft. two-fold wooden Gunter slide rules w/ brass Gunter’s blades: Stanley #12 w/ arch joint, G+; other Stevens & Co. Sold For 40.00
  371. Unknown maker, wooden shoe size caliper, non-folding model, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  372. 3 – Adjustable wrenches: Indian Motorcycles 6” by Wakefield Wrench Co., Vg.; Ford Auto 9” by Moore Drop Forging Co.; W&B, 8” “Railroad Special” Sold For 45.00
  373. Stanley “sweetheart” #144 edge rounding plane, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  374. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5, post WWII, G. – G+; #5 ½ jack w/ V-trademark circa 1912-20, rosewood handle & low knob, smooth lever cap, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  375. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5-C jack w/ V-trademark circa 1912-20, high knob is cracked, G+; #5 marked R.B. on rail, altered throat to rabbet opening, unknown if salvaged or developmental piece, handle & knob G. Sold For 30.00
  376. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #5-C jack circa 1925-38, ear of handle chipped & rail weld at throat, G.; post WWII era #6 fore plane, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  377. Stanley Bailey #4 ½ broad smoother bench plane w/ pat. 1-918-750 on blade, Vg. Sold For 150.00
  378. Winchester #3025-C bench plane, G. – G+ Sold For 40.00
  379. Ohio Tool Co. #02 bench smoother plane, G+ - Vg. Sold For 130.00
  380. Craftsman #3730 rabbet/fillister plane, E. in original box Sold For 40.00
  381. Stanley Bailey #3-C bench smoother plane, post WWII, E. Sold For 60.00
  382. Stanley Bedrock #604-C w/ V-trademark & arched rails, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  383. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #7-C jointer, circa 1925-38, hanger hole drilled in tail of plane, excellent user pc. G. – G+ Sold For 80.00
  384. Union #6-C fore plane w/ salvaged Stanley blade, lever cap embossed Union, G+ Sold For 20.00
  385. 2 – Stanley scrapers: #82 adjustable, NIB; “sweetheart” adjustable box scraper, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  386. Tray lot assorted new merchandise: 8 – Stanley #CHITA0112-12ft. tape measures in original packaging; Tremont Nail Co. display of cut-nails on three-fold display Sold For 20.00
  387. 3 – Brady & Son (Lancaster Co. maker) signed tobacco spears, G. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  388. 2 – Unsigned tobacco spears: solid brass model, Vg.; other hand wrought w/ hardened tip, G+ Sold For 22.50
  389. 3 – Various hatchets: Germantown, lathing hatchet w/ square head “Boston Pattern”, Vg.; Plumb shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, G+ - Vg.; American-Ax, Glassport, Pa. full hatchet w/ upper  & lower lugs, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  390. 4 – Various tools: 3 – Claw hammers: Heller 13oz. w/ round poll, Vg+; Craftsman 16oz., Vg.; Maydole 16oz., Vg.; Plumb, 24oz. shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  391. 5 – Various hammers: 2 – claw hammers (1 – Plumb); Stanley #431A-18oz. brick hammer; Stanley #5950 mallet w/ neoprene heads, Vg.; etc. Sold For 15.00
  392. 4 – Various hatchets: Collins shingling full hatchet w/ claw face, G.; Stanley “Friend” shingling half hatchet, G.; Plumb, 20oz. shingling half hatchet w/ round poll, Vg.; Stanley lathing hatchet w/ octagon poll, G. Sold For 50.00
  393. A.J. Wilkinson & Co. 8” drawknife w/ fold-down safety handles, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  394. 2 – Tools: joiner’s wooden mallet w/ walnut arched head, Vg.; cooper’s iron wheel traveler. F+ Sold For 35.00
  395. 2 – Cooper’s tools: tapered tap auger w/ screw tip, Vg; unsigned 5” two-handle scorp, E. Sold For 45.00
  396. Solly Works, Sheffield, brass braced wooden brace w/ brass push button chuck & rosewood knurl w/ shielded Eagle plate, G+ Sold For 35.00
  397. 4 – Modern handsaws: Disston #D-23-5 ½ pt. w/ raised lug nuts, Vg+; Stanley “Handyman” 26”-11pt., G+; Craftsman 10pt., Vg.; etc. Sold For 12.50
  398. W. Butcher, Sheffield 25 ½”-10pt. hand saw w/ brass split-nuts & crown embossed button, G+ - Vg. Sold For 25.00
  399. 2 – Handsaws, Vg.: Disston & Sons #D-8-28”-5pt, w/ finger hole handle; Fulton Special 26 ½”-11pt. Sold For 35.00
  400. Keen Kutter “flooring” saw, 18 ½” w/ removable handle, G+ Sold For 40.00
  401. 22” Four-frame “Felloe” saw w/ oak pinned mortise & tenon construction & large brass tension nut, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  402. 2 – Handsaws: Disston “Nineteen-Forty Special” 26”-8pt.,Vg.; unsigned 26”-8pt. w/ walnut handle, G+ Sold For 10.00
  403. 3 – Plastic/resin handle handsaws: Disston & Sons #D-111 “lightweight” 5 ½ pt., G+; unknown combination square/level/handsaw, F+ - G.; Disston “two-color” handle w/ 8pt. blade, good handle Sold For 7.50
  404. Simonds 27” buck saw w/ Simonds tension rod, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  405. 3 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston #D-8 w/ finger hole handles: 28”-5 ½ pt., Vg.; 26”-5 pt., G.; Craftsman 26”-10 pt. , Vg. Sold For 7.50
  406. Woodrough & McParlin #60-26”-8pt. hand saw, handle possibly originally had panther head, but is missing, G. Sold For 10.00
  407. 3 – Unsigned handsaws w/ Warranted Superior buttons, G+ Sold For 12.50
  408. Posthole mortise saw w/ hand wrought tension lever, G. Sold For 30.00
  409. Homemade oak machinist tool chest w/ 5 over 3 drawer interior & front door w/ keyed cabinet latch, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  410. Partial “Handy Andy” boy’s tool chest w/ some tools included, box-joint chest in Vg. Sold For 20.00
  411. 4 – Local trade advertising nail aprons, new or laundered condition: Bauman Lumber Co., Ephrata; Mellinger & Son, Akron; A.C. Klopp, Womelsdorf; Hershey-Lehman, Lititz (3 color) Sold For 5.00
  412. 7 – Trade advertising bibbed nail aprons: 3 – (non-used) Kreider Millwork, Witmer, Pa.; 4 – (laundered) York Corrugating; Millersburg Mfg. Co.; L.J. Denlinger Co., Paradise; North Eastern Lumber Co., Reading Sold For 15.00
  413. 28 – Trade advertising cotton nail aprons, new & used laundered condition: J.C. Snavely, Landisville; Long & Bomberger, Lititz; Denlinger, Paradise; J.H. Brubaker, Lancaster; etc. Sold For 10.00
  414. Tray lot wooden trade advertising rulers & zig-zag folding rules: Richland Garage; Coca-cola; John Jelke; unknown maker patent applied for w/ pencil sharpener file, G.; etc. Sold For 7.50
  415. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey #5-jack w/hanger hole drilled in tail, G.; Gage #G5-C jack, G. Sold For 40.00
  416. Stanley “sweetheart” #2 bench smoother plane, G+ Sold For 120.00
  417. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #6 fore, G. ; #7 jointer w/ V-trademark, chip on rail, G. Sold For 35.00
  418. 3 – Stanley planes: Bedrock #605 jack w/ square shoulders, chip on rail at toe, G.; Bailey #5 jack, repair to cracked handle; “Defiance” #120 block, NIB Sold For 25.00
  419. Stanley R&L #10 ¼  “Carriage Maker’s” jack rabbet plane w/ adjustable pitch handles, repair to hanger hole in tail of plane, G. – Vg. Sold For 100.00
  420. 3 – Stanley “Four-Square” bench planes: #1105 jack, Vg.; 2 - #1104 smoother jack, G+ & Vg. Sold For 55.00
  421. 2 – Trays assorted Stanley plane parts: early #45 combination frame, no blades; #11 belt makers, crack to frog; #5 jack, P.; boxed #193A razor cutters in original boxes; etc. Sold For 75.00
  422. 6 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned handled panel tongue plane, Vg.; N. Little, handled tongue plane, w/ metal plated sole, Vg.; assembled match pair of snipe bill planes: assembled pair of edge rabbet planes, G+ Sold For 95.00
  423. Union Factory, H. Chapin, #240 boxwood screw arm handled plow plane, pressure crack next to throat otherwise Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 10.00
  424. 8 – Assorted wooden side bead molding planes, various makers, G – Vg. Sold For 50.00
  425. William Way (Hartford, CT.), handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood nuts & knobs, G. – Vg. Sold For 50.00
  426. 8 – Assorted wooden molding planes, some signed by makers: 4 – rabbets; Ohio Tool 7/8” tongue; 3 – round plane (1-cove) (most G.>) Sold For 30.00
  427. J. Gleave, Bolton, 12 ¾” wooden mitre plane w/ boxwood throat plate, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  428. 2 – Wooden “Old Woman’s Tooth” router planes: homemade mahogany molded body w/ round eye & W. Butcher iron; other mahogany w/ open sight & clip iron clamp, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  429. 2 – Norris, London #50 – 7 ½” infill handle block smoothing planes, 1 w/ Marples iron & 1 w/ Thos. Ibbotson iron, G. & G+ Sold For 240.00
  430. Iron soled handled rosewood block plane w/ rosewood wedge & Aaron Hildick iron, G+ (sled sole appears to have small repair) Sold For 50.00
  431.  2 – Norris, London #51 handled infill block planes, F. & G+ Sold For 150.00
  432. Tray lot 7 – assorted wooden molding planes: Atherton, Liverpool, fluting; unsigned fluting w/ boxwood sole; unsigned center bead; assembled Moseley & Son, edge rabbet pr.; etc. Sold For 50.00
  433. Unsigned English adjustable veneer scraper, w/ turned rosewood handle, brass blade housing & brass screws Sold For 110.00
  434. 3 ½” Coachbuilders’ brass infilled round smoother block plane, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  435. Graduated set of 7 – socket mortise firmer chisels w/ tang handles, various sizes & makers, G. – Vg. Sold For 75.00
  436. 2 – Modern chisel sets: set of 6 “Golden Horse” wood chisels in canvas roll; 6pc. “beginner’s” carving chisel set in slide-lid box Sold For 30.00
  437. 2 – Iron measuring devices: Wiley & Russell Mfg. Co., wheel traveler, Vg.; Preston mitre gauge, weld repaired Sold For 20.00
  438. 2 – Marking gauges: rosewood & brass infilled mortise gauge, Vg.; Stanley #88 clapboard siding marking gauge, G+ Sold For 55.00
  439. Tray lot 5 – assorted firmer chisels: New Haven 2” socket handle paring chisel, G.; H.H. Co. 1 ¾” arch top socket handle, G.; Mawhood, Sheffield 1 ¼” bevel top, tang handle paring, Vg.; P.A. Kuhler, socket mortise, G.; P.S. & W. Co. 1” corner chisel, missing handle Sold For 55.00
  440. Tray lot 12 - lathe knives, unknown metal or wood working Sold For 50.00
  441. 6 – Assorted claw hammers, various sizes (most Stanley) Sold For 10.00
  442. Tray lot assorted metal working tools: small ring stake anvil; jeweler’s small rivet hammer; Stanley 8oz, rivet hammer; 2 – heavy saw-sets; etc. Sold For 35.00
  443. 3 – Various measuring devices: rare, W.T. Fisher, pat. 6-23-1868 combination bevel/protractor/level, G.; Stanley “sweetheart” #225-12” double blade sliding-T bevel, Vg.; homemade wedge arm marking gauge, G. Sold For 200.00
  444. Tray lot 5 – assorted block planes, various makers, F. – G. Sold For 10.00
  445. 3 – Various planes: Stanley #78 rabbet/fillister, F.; Millers Falls #900B jack, Vg.; Wards Master #5 jack, G+ Sold For 10.00
  446. Tray lot assorted tools: 5” two-handle scorp, F+ - G.; Roberts upholsterer’s tack hammer, Vg.; magnetic tip tack hammer; 3 – screwdrivers; etc. Sold For 30.00
  447. 4 – Wooden four-fold rules: Rabone #1380-3ft. cracked; Lufkin #771-2ft brass edge, Vg.; Ideal #168-2ft., Vg.; Stanley #62-2ft. brass framed, G+ Sold For 7.50
  448. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: 2 – wooden marking gauges (1 – Fulton); 2 – sliding-T  bevels, G.; General Hardware #520 trammel point set on wooden rail, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  449. 7 – Assorted wooden bead molding planes, some signed, G – Vg. (look for yourself) Sold For 25.00
  450. 8 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, various makers, F. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  451. 12 – Assorted wooden molding planes, F. – G. Sold For 35.00
  452. 4 – Various hand drills: 2 – Millers Falls, F. – G+ Sold For 22.50
  453. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – spiral screwdrivers, G.; Penn Craft, push drill, E.; leather working tool holder; Millers Falls #30-14” brace w/ rosewood grip & knurl, G+ Sold For 7.50
  454. Stanley Bailey #8 bench jointer plane, post WWII w/ rosewood handle & high knob, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  455. Stanley Bailey #7-C bench jointer, post WWII w/ rosewood, repair to cracked handle, owner initial on rail & English blade replacement, G+ Sold For 60.00
  456. Steer’s Patent, #306 bench plane w/ rosewood infill in sole, 17 ¾” w/ pat. Sept. 11, 1883 (possible English patent) on iron, replaced handle Sold For 120.00
  457. Stanley Bailey #6-C fore plane w/ V-trademark circa 1912-20, filled hanger hole in tail otherwise Vg. Sold For 35.00
  458. Stanley Bailey #10 ¼ carriage maker’s rabbet plane, F+ Sold For 85.00
  459. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #3 smoother, F+ - G.; #5 jack w/ large patent date on iron, chipped rail at toe; #5 jack, G+ Sold For 45.00
  460. Stanley Bailey #5 ½-C w/ patent dated iron, handles painted, G. Sold For 40.00
  461. Preston bullnose block plane, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  462. Spiers, Ayr 7 ½” infill handled block plane w/ brass cap & screw, repaired handle, G+ Sold For 90.00
  463. 2 – Wooden levels: Stanley R&L #5-28” brass tipped cherry wood level, G+; Rabone #1626 rosewood & brass torpedo level, G+ Sold For 5.00
  464. 4 – Various tools: Stanley “Bell System” hatchet, F.; Plumb full hatchet, missing handle & cracked; 2 – ratchet braces: Stanley 10” & unsigned 10”, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  465. 9 – Assorted chisels: 4 – firmer chisels (3-gouges); Osborne off-set lock mortise; etc. Sold For 35.00
  466. Tray lot 9 – assorted measuring devices: (new) Lufkin #656-6ft. folding rule; Lufkin 50ft. steel tape measure, G+; Stanley: awl; #374 butt marker gauge; several models common try squares Sold For 20.00
  467. 2 – Stanley “Four Square” bench planes: #1105 jack w/ gray paint, Vg.; non-numbered 11 ½” w/ extra lever cap, possible weld repair to rail Sold For 10.00
  468. 3 – Various planes: 2 - Stanley “Handyman”:  #1205 jack, Vg.; #H101P press steel, Vg.; non name 6 ½” block, G+ Sold For 5.00
  469. 2 – Various bench planes: Keen Kutter #K-5 jack, Hahn, Wilkes-Barre #03-C, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  470. 2 – Planes: Eclipse Plane Co. patented adjustable scraper plane, busted & repaired w/ epoxy, missing handle; “Old Wooden Shoe” wooden block plane w/ curled grip, cracked next to throat & replaced wedge, F+ Sold For 50.00
  471. 3 – Wooden edge tool: witchet plane, repaired frame, F+; boxwood chamfer plane, small hairline crack alongside wedge otherwise Vg.; unsigned wooden spoke shave, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  472. 7 ¾” English infill block plane, damage to strike point of tail, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  473. 8 ½” English (?) handled block plane w/ steel plated toe & Marples Hibernia Works plane iron, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  474. Tray lot tools & books: Stanley “sweetheart” nail ripper w/ hollow trowel type handle; Stanley #H1260 tape measure, Vg.; 7 various Audel’s Volumes of “How To” guides: 2 – Mason’s; 2 – Carpenter’s; 2 – Gardener’s; 1 – Electrical Sold For 30.00
  475. Tray lot: wooden screw arm plow plane w/ owner John J. Killian strike, Vg.; 19 – assorted plow plane knives by various makers Sold For 90.00

 

 

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.

Absentee bids:  We strongly recommend that anyone wishing to place an absentee bid examine the item in person first.  If you choose to place an absentee bid based on the description in the catalog alone, without examining the item personally, you do so at your own risk. The tools are described in an as found condition. You are the final judge. NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Anyone wishing to place a bid with our auction firm must have either personally examined the tools during the preview times, or have made prior contact with our office staff at Horst Auction Center, (717) 738-3080.