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Winter 2016 Tool Sale

 

Saturday March 26, 2016 9:00 AM

 

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  1. Stanley Bailey #4 jack plane, post WWII, E. in original slide over box Sold For 40.00
  2. Tray lot 4 – Stanley block planes: #65 low angle w/ nickel plated knuckle-joint cap; #18 w/ nickel plated knuckle-joint cap; #220 w/ maroon paint; Two-Tone w/ black & yellow paint, all Vg. Sold For 25.00
  3. 2 – Metal planes w/ original boxes: Sargent #1409-9” bench jack plane, E.; Craftsman #3730 rabbet/fillister plane, E. Sold For 35.00
  4. Graduated set of Stanley #60 wood chisels w/ original Stanley roll Sold For 30.00
  5. 4 – Small block planes: Craftsman; Millers Falls; Stanley Sold For 17.50
  6. 2 – Metal bench planes: Sargent #418 jointer, G+ -  Vg.; Siegley #5 jack, Vg Sold For 40.00
  7. Stanley Bailey #3-C smoother jack, post WWII, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  8. Stanley Bailey #5 jack plane, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  9. 2 - Stanley bench planes: R&L Bedrock #604 w/ arched shoulders & impressed lever cap, circa 1912-20 V-trademark; Gage #4 self-adjusting, possibly prior to Stanley, G. Sold For 85.00
  10. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “Sweetheart” #5 ½ jack, rail chipped, G. – G+; R&L #6-C, early model w/ low knob, G. Sold For 45.00
  11. 2 – Transitional bench planes: Stanley Bailey R&L #23 block plane, G+; Sargent VBM #3416 jointer, refinished sole, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  12. 2 – Stanley Bailey jack planes: #3 smoother, post WWII, G+ - Vg.; “sweetheart” #5 ¼ “Junior” jack w/ aluminum industrial handle, K.R. High School woodshop scrawled on side rail, G. Sold For 60.00
  13. 3 – Stanley tools, N.I.B.: Handyman #H1248 block; #59 doweling jig; #95G butt gauge Sold For 7.50
  14. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Gage #G-5, self-adjusting, G.; Bailey #5 ½ -C jack, hanger hole drilled in tail of plane, post WWII, G. Sold For 25.00
  15. Stanley Bailey #4 jack plane, post WWII, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  16. Tray lot assorted boxed tools: Stanley #59 doweling jig, E. (box F.); General #810 plane blade sharpener; Vg.; “Handy Tool Kit” w/ tin tube, Vg.; Starrett combination square head Sold For 12.50
  17. 3 – Craftsman planes: rabbet/fillister plane, G.; #187-37151 block, Vg.; C2 block plane, G. Sold For 22.50
  18. 3 – Original boxed tools: Goodell-Pratt #185 “Mr. Punch” automatic drill, Vg.; Millers Falls #29X spiral screwdriver, Vg.; R&L North Brothers “Yankee” #30-A spiral screwdriver, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  19. 3 – Various wooden thread screw blocks: unsigned ¾”, Vg.; unsigned ¾” w/ knob grips, Vg.; early 1 ¾” block w/ hand wrought bolts & nuts, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  20. Odd European style slide arm plow plane w/ metal topped rails & stop screws; fence slide under sole of plane, F+ - G. Sold For 10.00
  21. Eagle Factory, N. Chapin (3 – star rated rarity) screw arm plow plane w/ 5 blades, weak strike, otherwise Vg. Sold For 45.00
  22. Graduated set of 5 – W. Butcher gouge planes, G – G+ Sold For 60.00
  23. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #90P rabbet block w/ slide over box, G.; 4 – various plumb bobs: 2 – brass; heavy iron model; nickel plated Sold For 50.00
  24. 4 – Assorted Keen Kutter tools: 8” draw knife w/ steel cup capped handles, Vg.; nickel plated saw set; 6” winged divider; 16oz. straight claw hammer w/ bell face poll, G. Sold For 22.50
  25. Box lot assorted hardbound & softbound references: Tool & antique references Sold For 25.00
  26. “The Herbert” mitre box w/ thumb latch stop, complete (?) Sold For 40.00
  27. Tray lot 7 – assorted Stanley planes, F+ - G.: 2 – Bailey bench planes: #3 & #4; 4 – block planes:#102, #9 ¼, #110, #120; #80 scraper (no blade) Sold For 35.00
  28. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, F – G.: #5-C jack; #5 smooth sole jack; unsigned #6-C fore Sold For 65.00
  29. 6 – Various Stanley tools, F – G: 2 – block planes: #103 & #110; #80 scraper; #71 router (missing parts); 2 – spoke shaves: #151 & #64 Sold For 45.00
  30. 7 – Assorted block planes: Buck Bros., Vg.; rest F – G.: Union; Sargent; etc. Sold For 17.50
  31. 4 – Assorted transitional bench planes, G.: Sargent & Co.: #3408 block; VBM #3445; VBM #3417; VBM #3415 w/ Winchester trademarked iron Sold For 45.00
  32. 4 – Various bench planes: Winchester 22” jointer, rail cracked (good parts); 3 – various Shelton patent adj. planes, F – G+ Sold For 40.00
  33. 5 – Various Stanley rabbet planes, F. – G.: 2 - #78 rabbet/fillister; 2 - #190 improved rabbet; 1 - #191 rabbet (various eras) Sold For 55.00
  34. 4 – Assorted metal rabbet planes, F. – G.: Millers Falls #85 rabbet/fillister; Union #43 rabbet/fillister; 2 - Sargent & Co. rabbets Sold For 40.00
  35. 5 – Assorted hatchets: Plumb “Boy Scout of America” camp hatchet, G.; unsigned camp hatchet, G.; 3 – shingling half-hatchets: Kelly Perfect; Plumb & unsigned, G. Sold For 50.00
  36. 4 – Hatchets: 2 – Stanley: “Four-Square”- sweetheart, hand axe, F. – G.; & full lopping hatchet, Vg.; Kelly Perfect #OH shingling half hatchet, Vg.; Plumb shingling half hatchet, G. Sold For 45.00
  37. 2 – Hatchets: Genuine Plumb “BSA- Boy Scout” camp hatchet, Vg.; Keen Kutter belt hatchet, F+ Sold For 20.00
  38. 3 – Transitional bench planes: Sargent VBM #3415 fore plane, Vg.; Keen Kutter jack, G.; Stanley R&L Bailey #28 jointer, circa 1912-20 V-trademark, G+ Sold For 25.00
  39. 4 – Various shaves: 3 – Stanley: #80 V-strike scraper, F+; #151 adj. spoke shave, G.; #51 spoke shave, G.; unsigned wooden handle box scraper (Stanley?), F. Sold For 30.00
  40. 3 – Handsaws: Disston “National Hardware Special” – 1950, w/ Pat. pending resin handle, G+; Simonds “Branch House” 6pt. w/ carved cherry handle, G.; Disston #D-8-10pt., G+ Sold For 7.50
  41. 3 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston #D-23: 5 ½ pt., G.; 9pt., G.; Simonds “Branch House”, F+ Sold For 7.50
  42. 2 – Edge tools: pin adze, converted for use as gutter adze, G.; Collins felling axe, G. Sold For 55.00
  43. 2 – Tools: drop-forged trade Ceylon type felling axe w/ round eye, G.; signed (?) pin adze, G. Sold For 40.00
  44. 4 – Various metal planes: Stanley: #48 flip-bottom T&G, F.; #182 rabbet, F+; #78 rabbet/fillister, G+; Craftsman rabbet/fillister, G. Sold For 40.00
  45. 4 – Metal bench planes: Sargent #408 jack, F.; Craftsman 9” jack, Vg.; Consolidated Toolworks 9”, G.; Par-Plus 13” fore plane, G+ Sold For 45.00
  46. 3 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey #5 jack, repaired handle & wrong blade, F+; Two-Tone 9” jack, F+-G.; #2-C smoother, welded P. Sold For 45.00
  47. 4 – Various bench planes, F. – G.: Shelton #04; Wards Master #3; Stanley #4; Metal Products Corp. Sold For 25.00
  48. 2 – Steel back tenon saws: E.C. Atkins & Co. 12”, small line to lower handle, G.; Henry Disston & Sons, 14” repaired handle, G. Sold For 30.00
  49. Small bow saw w/ 8” blade, turned knobs, cracks to one post, F+-G. Sold For 30.00
  50. W. Tyzack Sons & Turner Ltd. #120 brass backed tenon saw, G+ (solid user pc.) Sold For 40.00
  51. 2 – Back saws: English “Warranted Superior” brass backed 10” tenon saw, repaired cracked G.; Disston & Sons 12” steel backed mitre saw, replaced screw, F+ Sold For 45.00
  52. I. Sorby, Sheffield, 12” mahogany brass faced level, vertical vial damaged otherwise Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  53. Unknown maker 18” rosewood level w/ molded upper shoulders, brass plate top & inlay biscuit plates, branded A.K., Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 30.00
  54. 2 – Iron open frame levels: signed (?, Athol, Mass.), 9” machine level, G+.; Goodell-Pratt & Co., 18”, repaint to rails, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  55. Marbles & Sons, Sheffield, 10” rosewood brass faced level, refinished Sold For 30.00
  56. Early Millers Falls, patent Dec. 13, 1884, openwork iron framed level, one vertical vial busted, F+ Sold For 22.50
  57. Stanley #36-24” iron level, G+ (missing one vertical vial Sold For 15.00
  58. Stanley #10 ½- Cabinet Maker’s rabbet jack, made in England, sole has minor surface pitting & small handle crack, G+ Sold For 65.00
  59. 2 – Stanley Victor #20 compass planes, possibly can make one good plane: older model w/ patent date 1893, frame is busted, but good parts, P.; other later frame possibly welded, missing original blade, F+ Sold For 40.00
  60. O.R. Chaplin’s Patent, 12” bench jack w/ saddle cap, iron handle & knob, thumb adjustment lever. Blade marked Tower & Lyon, G- G+ (minor rail crack) Sold For 45.00
  61. Unusual “The Victor” Patent, brass framed adjustable blind nailing plane w/ adjustable pitch & extendible arms, G. Sold For 55.00
  62. Edward Preston & Sons, English Bullnose rabbet plane w/ adjustable side fence, G+ Sold For 150.00
  63. 2 – Block planes w/ Knuckle-joint caps: Stanley #18 w/ nickel plated parts, Vg+; Sargent 6 ¾” low-angle, G. Sold For 35.00
  64. 2 – Stanley Bailey #5-C bench jack planes: Early model w/ V-trademark, circa 1912, low knob, chip to corner of rail & cracked tote, G.; later model, wire wheel cleaned, F+ - G. Sold For 35.00
  65. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, later models: #3 smoother, Canada w/ blue paint & yellow accent lever cap; #4 smoother, replaced blade; #5 jack w/ blue paint & yellow accent, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  66. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 ½ jack, chip to rail nose F+; #6 fore plane, post 1938 w/ rosewood handle & knob, impressed lever cap, G+ (handle crack, otherwise Vg.) Sold For 50.00
  67. Stanley R&L, circa 1902-10, #340 furring/scrub plane, G. Sold For 490.00
  68. Modern, Rapier, England, cabinet maker dado w/ fence, missing depth stop, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  69. 4 – Block planes: 2 – #220, Stanley, G.; Sargent #307, G+; no-name, G. Sold For 17.50
  70. Stanley #194-C fiber board chamfer plane, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  71. Stanley Bailey #4 smooth bench plane, circa 1912-20 V-stamp, rosewood handle & high knob, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  72. Stanley Bailey #5 ½ jack plane, circa post 1938, w/ impressed lever cap, rosewood handle & high knob, refinished Vg. Sold For 70.00
  73. Rare, Stanley Bailey aluminum #A4, circa 1925-38, rosewood handle & high knob, partial handle label still present, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  74. Stanley R&L #190 improved rabbet plane, circa 1910-12 arched strike, w/ depth stop, G+ - Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  75. Craftsman improved rabbet/fillister plane, w/ fence & depth stop, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  76. Fine, Keen Kutter paper trade sign w/ 3 –colors (yellow, green, & red), Vg+ Sold For 25.00
  77. Modern, Swedish, Sandvik #271-10P handsaw w/ impressed “Sea Serpent” pattern on handle, Vg+ Additional Photo Sold For 15.00
  78. Tray lot assorted Stanley product catalogues: #562 – Stanley Power Tools, 1962; #200 – Stanley Power Tools, 1964; #60 – Stanley Tools for Industry, 1967; Full Line Catalog 1979/1980; #34 – Stanley Tools, 1971/1972 (all Vg.) Sold For 10.00
  79. 5 – Various tool catalogs: 2 – Lufkin: #8 – Precision Tools (w/ trade adv.), #104 – Measuring Tapes, Rules and Tape Measures, (w/ trade adv.); 2 – Starrett #27 (1 – w/ trade adv.); Brown & Sharpe The Shop Tool Manual #STM-5, 1970 Sold For 15.00
  80. Tray lot assorted tool references: 3 – H.B.: History of the Tools Division, W.P.B. – War Products Board, 1949 1st edition; Arthur Brown & Bros., Artist Materials, etc., 1942; Gustav Wiedeke Co., Ideal Flue Tools #57-1932; etc. Sold For 5.00
  81. 2 – Later model, Stanley Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack planes: “Handyman” series w/ maroon & yellow paint, G+; pre-1971, w/ blue & yellow paint, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  82. 4 – Various tools: 3 – Stanley: R&L Bailey #24 transitional block, G+; #98 double-arm marking gauge, Vg.; “sweetheart” sliding-T bevel, G+; Keen Kutter #35 transitional jack plane, G. Sold For 20.00
  83. 2 – Stanley edge tools: #51 spoke shave, G+; #83 adjustable scraper w/ wheel, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  84. 2 – Planes: Stanley #60 low angle block w/ nickel plated knuckle-joint cap, G+ - Vg.; Tower & Lyon, New York, Chaplin’s Pat. 15”-C jack plane w/ saddle press-cap, G. Sold For 40.00
  85. Stanley Bailey #4 smooth bench plane, circa post-1938, rosewood handle & high knob, orange painted embossed lever cap, Vg+ Sold For 35.00
  86. Stanley Bailey #5 jack plane, circa post-1938, w/ impressed lever cap, rosewood handle & high knob, G+ - Vg. Sold For 25.00
  87. Stanley R&L Bailey #5 ½-C jack plane, circa 1910-12 trademark, rosewood handle & low knob, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 80.00
  88. Stanley Bailey #4 smooth bench plane, blue & yellow paint, N.I.B. Sold For 30.00
  89. Stanley Bailey #6 fore bench plane, w/ black paint deck, handle & knob, N.I.B. Sold For 65.00
  90. Stanley Bailey #6 fore bench plane, older model w/ low rosewood knob, replaced handle & original iron. This would be a very solid user plane w/ just a little honing. Sold For 45.00
  91. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #7 jointer plane, circa 1925-38, rosewood handle (most of original label intact) & high knob, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  92. Stanley Bailey #7-C jointer plane, circa post-1938, rosewood handle & high knob, orange impressed lever cap, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 80.00
  93. Stanley #36-17 ¾” iron frame level, G+ - Vg. Sold For 22.50
  94. Stearns (?) 24”, unsigned open frame iron level, G+ - Vg. Sold For 45.00
  95. 2 – Various tools: Stanley “sweetheart” #984 right angle ratchet brace, G.; Keen Kutter 14” steel backed mitre saw, G+ Sold For 55.00
  96. Late model, Stanley #60 mitre box w/ original back saw, Vg+ Sold For 40.00
  97. Early hand wrought wheel traveler, small 4 ½” diameter wheel w/ heavy strap brace, G. Sold For 12.50
  98. 6 – Various edge tools: 2 – Straight razors w/ original boxes, G.; Gillette safety razor in wooden case; 2 – pocket knives w/ mother of pearl handles (one damaged) Sold For 7.50
  99. Hand wrought wheel traveler, 8 ½” diameter wheel w/ narrow strap, G+ Sold For 35.00
  100. 2 – Small hand wrought tools: rare, T-handle rope bed screw driver w/ oak egg shaped handle, Vg.; miniature spring back hack saw w/ wooden handle, 3 ½” blade, G.  Sold For 17.50
  101. Tray lot assorted primitives: leather shot pouch w/ wooden stopper & funnel; unsigned oyster knife; Handy Twine Knife Co., finger tip knife w/ original box; Logan & Strongbridge #12 ice shave, G.; etc. Sold For 30.00
  102. Tray lot assorted tools: convex bottom wooden spoke shave w/ brass sole plate, Vg.; 4 – measuring devices: brass plumb bob; winged divider; etc. Sold For 7.50
  103. 3 – Hand wrought tools: spring back pipe tongs; unsigned Dengelstock/field anvil, G+; Farrier’s horseshoe hatchet, made from old file, G. Sold For 20.00
  104. Tray lot assorted cobbler’s tools: 2 – hammers (1 – French type); hand wrought nail pincers; assorted ball handle tools; etc. Sold For 30.00
  105. Tray lot assorted small tools & primitives: Jeweler’s round & square planishing hammer; wooden planishing hammer; Thrasher’s knife; graining tool; etc. Sold For 7.50
  106. 3 – Wooden block planes: A. Howland, 8 ½”, Vg.; J. Tubb, London, 6 ½” coffin shape, G.; 9 ¾” European horned block, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  107. Eagle Factory, N. Chapin & Co., screw arm plow plane, replaced wedge Vg. Sold For 35.00
  108. 4 – Refinished wooden planes: 2 – two-way T&G planes: Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens; Greenfield Tool Co.; 5/8” dado, missing knick blade; C.R. Mason & Co., fillister, missing parts Sold For 30.00
  109. 2 – Cooper’s wooden planes: Sun/topper plane w/ D.R. Barton iron, refinished Vg.; homemade croze plane w/ wedge stop, refinished Vg. Sold For 45.00
  110. 7 – Assorted wooden planes w/ blades & wedges: 6 – rabbets (some signed); J.R. Tolman, Hanover, Mass. side rabbet  Sold For 35.00
  111. Tray lot 7 – Various wooden molding planes, most refinished: coach maker’s rabbet, F+; 6” unsigned block; 3 – various rounds; John Bell AGT, Phila. side bead; homemade “Lamb’s tongue” reverse ogee Sold For 45.00
  112. 3 – Handled joiner’s planes: Sandusky #149-1 1/8” jack rabbet, refinished; matched pr. Copeland & Co. panel tongue & groove (groover missing iron) Sold For 20.00
  113. 2 – Lg. wooden handled jointer planes, refinished: G. White, Phila. 28” w/ James Cam iron; unsigned 31” flooring jointer Sold For 25.00
  114. Small child’s buck saw w/ 12” blade & tension rod, some stress cracks to one rail, G. Sold For 35.00
  115. 2 – Hand wrought, unsigned barking spuds, both w/ socket handles, G. Sold For 25.00
  116. 2 – Edge tools: cooper’s “Hog” round scorp w/ long handle (clean-out scorp), G+; unsigned 8” “Gent’s” ball handle drawknife, G. Sold For 12.50
  117. 2 – Edge tools: long handle shoe peg cutter, both push & pull edges; hand wrought orchard-grower’s grafting froe Sold For 22.50
  118. 2 – Farm related tools: unsigned saw-toothed hay knife, Vg.; (?), Newark, bale hook, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  119. 2 – Measuring devices: homemade lg. 20” mahogany bevel, initialed H.B.L., Vg.; English 2ft. two-fold metal folding rule w/ brass tips, G. Sold For 7.50
  120. Match pr. Union Factory, H. Chapin, screw arm panel tongue & groove planes, refinished G+ (tongue plane missing one stop nut) Sold For 22.50
  121. 2 – Wooden planes: John Bell, Phila. 22” plank style jointer, owner branded J. Herner, refinished Vg.; J. Kellogg, Amherst, 16” fore plane w/ iron button, G. Sold For 35.00
  122. 2 – Tools: Indian Motorcycles adjustable wrench, by Wakefield Wrench Co., G+; W.T. Eitner, Gloversville, NY. Patented multi-pliers, G. Sold For 55.00
  123. 3 – Assorted kitchen tools: Mall. Iron Fittings Co., model 28 – “Perfection Nut Cracker”, table mounted model, G+; Keen Kutter #KK22 meat grinder, G.; modern turned wood cork depressor, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  124. Tray lot 5 – assorted adjustable wrenches: unsigned Edward Wright’s patent adjustable pipe/nut wrench, F+; Moore Drop Forge, auto wrench; Pexto “monkey”; Bemis & Call H&T Co., Springfield 14” “Extra Heavy Nut Wrench”; W&B Co. “Machinist Knife Handle”, G. Sold For 25.00
  125. Tray lot assorted mechanics tools: Syracuse Wrench Co. “Egg Beater” valve grinder; 4 – assorted Ford wrenches (1 – adjustable); 2 – Killborn & Bishop Co., combination alligator wrenches; 3 – assorted implement wrenches Sold For 22.50
  126. Tray lot assorted tools: Tillman patent saw set; Stanley #43 adjustable saw set; Stanley Defiance, saw set; P.S. & W. Co. hand held seam bender; HG fencing pliers Sold For 30.00
  127. 3 – Various tools:  brass 5-weight sinker mold, Vg.; unsigned brass 30lb. tubular spring scale, G.; Stanley 32oz. slate splitting chisel, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  128. 3 – Various measuring devices: unsigned Stanley #88 siding marking gauge, G.; W.J.C. Ward, Saddle River, NJ. wooden marking gauge w/ side stop screw, G.; signed (?) sliding-T bevel Sold For 17.50
  129. 4 – Hatchets: Grove Tool Works, hand axe, Vg.; C. Hammond, Phila. #1 shingling full hatchet, Vg.; 2 – shingling half hatchets: Winchester trademark, G.; Vaughn #99, G. Sold For 55.00
  130. 5 – Unsigned claw hammers: 3 – Farrier’s type, G.; 2 – upholsterers’ w/ magnetic tips, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  131. Tray lot shoe related tools: brass shoe shine stand w/ round pedestal base, Vg.; 3 – (New-Old stock) iron shoe shine stands w/ star emblem, Vg.; French style coopers’ hammer, missing handle, G. Sold For 45.00
  132. 2 – Unrelated tools: clock makers’ bench vise, pat. dated June 16, 1885, w/ shielded threads & small anvil, G.; Eco Magneto Clock Co. “Watchman’s Station” iron box, no key, G. Sold For 40.00
  133. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – shingling half hatchets: Pexto, Vg.; True Temper, Vg.; 4 ½” small cherry block plane, missing iron; G. Jeffers (?), circa early 19th century table hollow plane, G+ Sold For 25.00
  134. 5 – Assorted carpenters’ claw hammers: Germantown 16oz., Vg.; Craftsman 16oz. w/ rubber tipped handle, Vg.; 3 – various Stanley 10oz. – 16oz., G+ Sold For 15.00
  135. 3 – Various tools: 2 – Upholsterers’ hammers, G+ - Vg.; Jennings & Co. 5” brass backed dovetail saw w/ turned handle, F. Sold For 7.50
  136. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – brass plumb bobs (1 – w/ sheath); 8” winged divider, Vg.; 2 – wooden block planes: W.H. Pond, New-Haven, 8 ¼”, G.; Auburn 8 ¼”, G. Sold For 25.00
  137. 2 – Stanley #702 woodworker’s corner vises, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  138. Unsigned angle beam boring machine, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  139. 3 – Hand cranked tools: Dixie Belle ice cream freezer crank mechanism w/ paddle wheel river boat embossed emblem, G.; 2 – bench top grinders: The Carborundum Co. Niagara #1 w/ encased gears, Vg.; Empire Implement Mfg. Co., Albany, pat. September 25, 1900, 4-gear w/ angle gauge, G. Sold For 25.00
  140. 3 – Drilling devices: 2 – Stanley: “sweetheart” #741 special breast drill w/ two-speed, G.; #624 hand drill, missing grip handle; North Bros., Phila. “Yankee” #75 reversible pump mechanism, G. Sold For 55.00
  141. 19th Century hand wrought Surveyor’s line winder on pin stake, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  142. 2 – Cooper’s tools: stump top Beak stake, for band riveting, Vg.; reproduced steam bent hoop marking gauge w/ cherry tuned thread, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  143. Wrought iron Cooper’s cresset, 14” high, G.. Sold For 45.00
  144. Early hand wrought cobbler’s shoe last stake w/ wooden stump base, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  145. 4 – Hand wrought “What’s Its”: roast fork drive in rest; crank in rasp (possible for mining blast holes?) ; K.C. & Bros., marking scribe; claw foot clamp. Additional Photo Sold For 17.50
  146. Hand wrought flax seed rake w/ 16 long tines, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  147. English-Make #5, Whig maker’s 1 ¾” round curling iron/tongs, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  148. 2 – Hand wrought tools: rare, Gunsmith’s elaborate two-use screwdriver, Vg.; signed (?) 6” winged divider, G. Sold For 30.00
  149. Tray lot assorted wrought hardware & chains: 2 – Conestoga wagon style twisted chains: stay chain, & double tree chain; Twisted tar bucket hook; 3 – various pins; European style bearded axe head, P. Sold For 45.00
  150. Early pr. of cast iron andirons, circa early 19th century. Unusually small size 8” wide log rest, small Queen Anne feet w/ shell pattern & open eye top. Vg. Sold For 15.00
  151. Lg. Hand wrought boot scrape w/ scroll top & wrapped stair tread hook, as found, G. 11”W X 10”H Sold For 20.00
  152. Early 18th century Moravian style springed latch lock. This lock is attributed to the Moravian community smith from Bethlehem area. It is very similar in form to lock from old Crown Inn (circa 1743) from Bethlehem, Pa. (*See plate 107 in Early American Wrought Iron, by Albert Sonn). This lock has decorative work to interior plate & leaf tip cusp on hand grasp. Lock includes large original key. This is a great piece for any hardware collector. 12” wide plate Sold For 65.00
  153. Fine pair, Colonial era, spring operated shutter latches w/ very fancy openwork & leaf design upper & lower cusp plates. Lever latch w/ rattail grasp. Another great lot for hardware collectors. Sold For 90.00
  154. Unusual, ornate hand wrought battle spear/Lance top w/ tang shaft, circa mid-18th century. Barbed spear tip w/ tool worked star shaped shaft & end near tip w/ saw blade end. Unknown vicinity and/or specific use) Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  155. 2 – Hand wrought thumb latches: Ornate Colonial era latch plate w/ scroll work upper cusp & flared lower cusp, thumb pad w/ shell pattern, missing grasp handle, F.; & Eastern Pa. clip style latch lock, similar to examples from Yardley & Doylestown (circa 1730’s)  in Early American Wrought Iron.  Plate w/ upper & lower scrolls & twisted grasp has thumb latch (possibly altered, because this design operated by the plate sliding to lift latch) Additional Photo Sold For 17.50
  156. 2 – Early hand wrought thumb latches w/ lower clip type: primitive onion seed form, missing thumb catch; extremely ornate upper cusp (ball-dbl. scroll-ball design) attributed to Lancaster Co. (another beauty). Sold For 10.00
  157. Rare, Brass “Seahorse” shaped sugar nippers. Extremely ornate brass castings of fancy horse w/ saddle. Jumping form, but back legs end w/ fins. European design, but very early form. 7 ½” overall length w/ 1 ½” iron nipper blade, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 70.00
  158. 3 – Individual large strap hinges, attributed to Berks Co. (Swiss form), 18” – 29” long, G. Sold For 5.00
  159. 4 – Hand wrought hearth tools: unusual open rope twist handled fire poker, neat form; 3 – ember tongs: spring back design w/ spear shaped grasp, Vg.; two-part hinged tongs w/ egg shaped top, Vg.; brass handled tongs, G. Sold For 17.50
  160. Early pr. blanket chest strap hinges w/ spear tip cusp & simple ball cusp, G. 29 ½” overall length Sold For 22.50
  161. 2 – Early hand wrought strap hinges: large barn door hinges w/ “Frog’s leg” side member, 34 ½” overall length; & very early clip & wrap type strap hinge w/ bird’s head cusps, F. Sold For 15.00
  162. 2 – Thumb latch locks: wrought iron large latch w/ upper & lower spade cusps, G+; English (?) cast brass back plate w/ acorn design upper & lower cusp, & cast brass grasp, G+ Sold For 20.00
  163. 2 – Cast iron unrelated items: rare, hearth warming plate, 9 ¼”, circa 1830’s, Vg.; reproduction “Mermaid” design step sitter boot jack. Faux toning & rusting & poor casting finish. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  164. 2 – Unrelated collectibles: small brass document tube w/ early paper scrolls of unrecognized Hieroglyphs (appears very early); late oriental carved skull shaped tobacco jar. Jar has snake type carving wrapping through skull, missing parts. Additional Photo Sold For 22.50
  165. Bag lot assorted reproduced wrought iron hardware: lg. rope twist French door knob, & assorted ornate hooks, G, Sold For 5.00
  166. 2 – Early, pie crimpers: sheet iron wheel w/ dog’s leg shaped wrought iron shaft & wooden turned handle, circa 1870, Vg.; wooden chip carved pie wheel w/ turned cherry wood handle, wheel has crack, G. Sold For 22.50
  167. 2 – Brass wheel pie crimpers: brass cast socket handle w/ heavy repurpose clock wheel crimper, G.; ornate turned brass handle w/ brass wheel, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  168. 3 – Assorted primitives: 18th century wooden tubular eyeglass case (no eyeglasses); Copper eyeglass case, signed Rommel (unfound maker), G.; early Stag’s horn whistle w/ wooden carved ball, inside, circa 1900, G. Sold For 25.00
  169. 2 – Kitchen primitives: pewter wheel pie crimper w/ primitive carved cherry handle, Vg.; rare, Crawford Sauerbier & Co., Newark, NJ. three-tine ice pick, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  170. Tray lot kitchen primitives &  assorted tools: ornate cast iron stove leg stand (one only); rare, bone handled bone holder utensil (used for removing bone marrow, which was considered a delicacy), sharpening steel w/ faux ivory handle, G; W.B. Barnard, candle wick trimmer, G; cigar factory knife; wooden fishing net mending needle, hand carved Sold For 30.00
  171. 2 – Fire related tools: unusual twisted heavy rod two-tine butcher fork w/ open loop handle, G.; brass hand branding iron w/ iron handle, marked CMB Sold For 22.50
  172. 2 – Early hand wrought kitchen choppers/knives: half moon knife/chopper w/ open grip handle, circa 1830; heavy chopper w/ closed grip handle, poor weld crack, G. Sold For 7.50
  173. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa. #1 cleaver (circa 1872-90) w/ lg. steer on grass strike, G. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  174. 2 – Hand wrought knives: half moon bee skep knife (similar to chopper, but no hardened edge. Used to scrape honey comb from rye bee skep), F. – G.; rocking block type chopper/knife w/ round head. Often called cheese knife. Additional Photo Sold For 15.00
  175. W. Beatty & Son, Media (1861-’72) w/ Eagle strike, butcher’s cleaver, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 30.00
  176. Whittal-Tatum Co., Phila. collapsible balance scale in mahogany case, needs some minor repairs, G+ Sold For 75.00
  177. 19th Century Davis Leeds, architect’s brass round wheel protractor gauge, in original case, G. Sold For 35.00
  178. 4 – Assorted brass items: unusual folding stand, possibly for hanging scales (?); ¼ moon protractor gauge, G.; pr. brass trammel points, pat. dated July 14, 1873, G.; partial set of letter stencils (complete?) Sold For 25.00
  179. Tray lot 3 – assorted tools: rosewood handle combination tool holder, signed (?), Vg.; Horace Britton, combination brad awl handle, G.; homemade turned rosewood hand vise, G. Sold For 7.50
  180. 2 – Tools: Millers Falls “Alford” combination hand vise, Vg.; unsigned Stanley #77 rosewood mortise gauge, G+ Sold For 45.00
  181. 3 – Non-related tools: Fradal & Pinay, fruit growers folding pruning saw, Vg.; home name card printing block w/ Bowman family name, ornate floral design, Vg.; hand wrought three barbed prong grappling hook Sold For 30.00
  182. Tray lot assorted tools: fruitwood handled bow drill (missing bow), Vg.; right-angle lock mortise chisel, G.; 10 – assorted vintage auger bits (rarer types); E. Schmid & Co., doctor’s gouge chisel; etc. Sold For 35.00
  183. Basket maker’s 6” wrought iron froe, nice form, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  184. Unsigned brass soled router, handle maple & mahogany 3-ply, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  185. 2 – Infill planes: unknown maker, 15” English type infill fore plane, replaced handle & substantial rail cracks (1 – at side of throat), F.; Coachbuilder’s door check plane (similar to dado plane) w/ iron shielded skate & rails, rosewood infill, G. Sold For 17.50
  186. Unsigned early wedge arm sash molding plane, rails of later decorative trim added, G= Sold For 5.00
  187. Tray lot assorted: 3 – wooden planes: rosewood 13” V-core box (?) plane, G.; Tomkinson (?) wedge arm plow plane, replaced arm wedges & blade wedge, G.; rare, Fox & Washburn, Amherst, Mass. side bead, G+; Stanley pocket tool guide Sold For 5.00
  188. Tray lot assorted wrought iron hardware: small pr. 9” ball top strap hinges w/ unusual pr. of clip type pintles, Vg.; fancy Colonial style shutter bolt w/ ornate open work, G.; blanket chest key; etc. Sold For 17.50
  189. Box lot assorted brass hardware: fine set of 4 – Duncan Phyfe  type lg. hairy claw feet for table legs; 2 – Sheraton era “Helen of Troy” design drawer pull plates; European style star shape drapery tie; etc. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 12.50
  190. Early Jeweler’s stake style bench top anvil; & small specialty bench hammer w/ square & tapered ball peen, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  191. 2 – Various collectible/antiques: miniature brass mortar & pestle (mortar 1”H); Champagne bottle tap, Vg. Sold For 5.00
  192. 2 – Jeweler’s tools: small bench top anvil w/ round iron base, G.; small 2oz. brass ball peen hammer, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  193. Tray lot assorted specialty tools: goat horn mallet; small bench top stake anvil (unknown use); 3 – French, brass glass cutters (1 – multi-disc head); brad awl; small German scalpel, G. Sold For 22.50
  194.  Tray lot assorted wooden, iron & brass furniture accents: Bronze statue of Christopher Columbus (damaged); ormolu mounts; reproduction carved panel; etc. Sold For 5.00
  195.  Roys & Wilcox Co., East Berlin, Ct. #1 tinsmith’s wiring machine, missing crank handle, otherwise Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  196. Wilton, Schiller Park, Ill. “Baby Bullet” bench vise, Vg+ Sold For 170.00
  197. Gilchrist “Rotary” commercial grade juicer w/ wire glass/jar holder. Table mounted model, G. *Note – not present food grade ready. Sold For 12.50
  198. Unknown maker, “Briefcase” style tool box, circa 1930’s w/ dovetail construction, 22” X 5 ¼” X 12”, G. Sold For 30.00
  199. Stanley Marsh #400 adjustable angle picture framing clamp, 1 – valve type knob damaged Sold For 30.00
  200. H.L. Durgin, wooden bench top mitre vise, w/ 2 – wooden thread screws, G+ Sold For 15.00
  201. Tray lot assorted wrenches & pliers: unknown, Patent Warranted, adjustable wrench (possibly repaired by blacksmith, appears to be missing adjustment screw, G.; 2 – 6” pipe wrenches (1 – Atlas, Coe & Co.); Tower & Lyon “Safety” pocket adjustable, F.; anti-spark bronze pliers, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  202. Simplex Marker, Phila. Golf ball initial marker press, G. Sold For 25.00
  203.  8 –Bone/Vintage ivory pieces (pre-Ivory protection created): Lion shaped Netsuke (probably not ivory but resin); 5 – turned tatting needles, pre-1890; 2 – ivory handle drafting pencils, G. Sold For 17.50
  204. Early brass bow drill w/ Ivory top & knurl (Pre-1870), missing bow & cracks to ivory, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 20.00
  205. Gilbert, London, brass Artillery/Armament caliper, w/ powder & chamber conversion table for Howitzers & Bray’s Mortars, & proofing-service tables. Caliper includes a protractor & line of directory graph. Very interesting piece for artillery collectors. Possible creasing to one point. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 90.00
  206.  Draftsman’s fancy rosewood combination T-square w/ inlaid ivory protractor gauge, circa pre-1900, repaired damage to rail & restored Vg. *Note – this Ivory is pre-protection regulated piece. Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  207. 2 – Early measuring devices w/ problems: E. Preston & Sons, Eng. 10” brass topped ebony torpedo level, missing both brass toe plates; wide 6” wooden & brass caliper/rule, marked John Legg, 1859, repaired crack at brass slide rail; Stanley R&L #31-2ft two-fold shrink rule, repaired rail Sold For 7.50
  208. 2 – Stanley #77 rosewood mortise gauges, one unsigned, both G+ Sold For 12.50
  209. 2 – Unsigned brass trammel point sets, Vg.; Stanley Improved #2 – 7/8” X 3/8” rail, ornate brass casting, Vg.; Stanley Improved #1 – 5/8” X ¼” rail w/ pencil holder, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  210. 7 – Assorted wooden folding rules: Stanley #27-2ft., Vg.; Rabone-Chesterman #1380-3ft., Vg.; factory reject unmarked; 4 – common four-folds w/ problems Sold For 10.00
  211. 5 – Assorted Zig-Zag rules: Stanley: #35-167-6ft., New; Victor #806-6ft. Vg.; Craftsman: 2 - #3931-6ft., Vg.; Lufkin #X46 red end, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  212.  Tray lot 14 – assorted combination square rails, makers include: LSS. Co.; Union Tool; Starrett Sold For 15.00
  213. 5 – Various measuring devices: 2 – wooden marking gauges: Disston #77, Vg.; Stanley R&L , patented 1862, two-arm, missing 1 – stop screw; 3 – Try squares: Henry Disston & Sons #1-10”, G.; unsigned 9”, F+; OVB 7” mitre square, G. Sold For 15.00
  214. Tray lot 6 – assorted measuring devices: 2 – wrought iron dividers, F.; 2 – spring back calipers; 2 – Stanley rod arm gauges: #97 single arm, chipped fence; #98 dbl-arm mortise, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  215. M. Brindley, 1918, slitting gauge w/ T. Dixon & Sons, leather knife. The gauge modern brass tube replacement roller, G. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  216. 3 – Leather trade hammers: 2 – cobblers’ hammers: French style w/ fantail, Vg.; unusually heavy tapered back, possible copper smith’s (?), F.; Osborne & Co., coach trimming hammer w/ brace handle, G. Sold For 20.00
  217. 10 – Stanley “Everlasting” type wood chisels, F. – G., some damaged sockets & 1 – marked Imperfect (factory second) Sold For 140.00
  218. 7 – Assorted Stanley #60 wood chisels w/ Neoprene handles, G. Sold For 40.00
  219. 4 – Firmer/framer chisels: Marples & Sons 7/8” socket handle, G.; 3 – tang handle socket mortise chisels: 3/8” “Dog’s Leg” shank, G.; Sorby 3/8”, Vg.; Darkin-Parker & Co. 5/8”, G. Sold For 55.00
  220. Assembled graduated set of 6 – Firmer/framer deep socket mortise chisels w/ tang handles, 1/8” – 5/8”, G.  (some signed) Sold For 80.00
  221. 10 – Assorted chisels, bench, jointer, wood chisels, by various makers & types Sold For 65.00
  222. 3 – Wooden shaves: altered scraper w/ brass sole plate; 2 – spoke shaves (1 – w/ brass sole plate) Sold For 10.00
  223. Unknown maker, race knife/timber scribe w/ rosewood handle & replaceable blade, G+ Sold For 17.50
  224. W. Barton (faint strike) jeweler’s hack saw, iron spring back w/ 5 ½” blade, handle repaired otherwise Vg. Sold For 10.00
  225.  18th Century timber scribe/race knife w/ folding blade, wooden handle cracked, G. Sold For 17.50
  226. 4 – Small Stanley (?) tools: “Yankee”-Stanley #251A T-handle ratchet screwdriver, Vg.; “Yankee” – Handyman #2-H ratchet screwdriver, Vg.; #101-3 ½” block plane w/ gray & red paint, G.; Record, England, #722 small router, deck w/ holes drilled for wooden sacrificial sole, G. Sold For 30.00
  227. Tray mostly Jeweler’s tools: wooden ring sizer; 2oz. jeweler’s rivet hammer, repaired handle; small brass adjustable screw threader; Sklar, Germany, combination brad awl w/ metal handle, G+; sm. shovel shaped scoop, handle damaged; etc. Sold For 7.50
  228. Tray lot assorted precision & machinist’s tools: Starrett & Co. #56 base; Starrett precision trammel point/compass; Ideal Tool Co. bench vise/ tool holder; etc. Sold For 25.00
  229. Tray lot assorted precision tools: drafting; watch making; Jeweler’s; etc. Sold For 25.00
  230. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: German, smoother block w/ turned knob, G.; 2 – unsigned skewed rabbets, G.; 2” round w/ Bedford, Sheffield iron, G.; Thos. Appleton, Chelsea block, G+; compass block w/ Marples Hibernia Works iron, G. Sold For 30.00
  231. 7 – Various wooden bead molding planes, F+ - G+: Sandusky; Greenfield Tool; J. Baldwin (early); Reed, Utica; etc. Sold For 45.00
  232. 3 – Wooden nose molding planes: Sandusky: #112-1 ½”, Vg.; #111- 1 1/8”, F+; unsigned rosewood 1 ¼”, Vg.; Sold For 17.50
  233. 8 – Assorted wooden joinery planes: refinished ¾” dado, unsigned; 4 – groover planes, most refinished (various makers); Danbury tongue plane Sold For 35.00
  234. 7 – Various molding planes: Squire, astragal bead, G.; Nelson, astragal bead, Vg.; M. Hindmarsh, side bead, Vg.; Cowell & Chapman, altered cut; Union Factory, H. Chapin, #200 cove w/ fence, Vg.; Hills & Winship, boxed side bead, G.; etc. Sold For 45.00
  235. 5 – Various wooden molding planes: Ohio Tool Co. #62 ogee, shellacked; Mosely & Son, side bead, Vg.; unsigned sash molder, G.; unsigned quarter round, G.; script signed (?) Roman ogee, G. Sold For 40.00
  236. A. Taylor, screw arm handled plow plane w/ brass depth adj. & stop screw, refinished, G. (knobs cracked) Sold For 30.00
  237. J. Kellogg, Amherst, MS. screw arm plow plane w/ embossed strike of S. Burnap, lg. boxwood knobs & stop nuts, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  238. J. Denison, screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads, knobs & stop nuts, fence cracked, G. Sold For 35.00
  239. Odd, unsigned panel raiser plane w/ cast brass adjustable fence mounted on extended wooden ears from body of plane, possible patented model (?), Isaac Greaves iron, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  240. Box lot 18 – assorted hollow & round molding planes, G. – Vg:, various makers & sizes Sold For 220.00
  241. 2 – Cooper’s tools: partial signed 4” two-handle open scorp, Vg.; unsigned tapered bung auger, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  242. 2 – Tapered bung augers (1 – The Best, small size), G. & Vg. Sold For 30.00
  243. 3 – Iron handled drawknives: heavy wheelwright spoke shave w/ solid iron handles & 2” blade, 14 ½” overall length, Vg.; unknown maker round shave w/ adjustable throat depth plate, G+; Atherton, round shave w/ removable throat plate, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  244. 3 – Various wooden planes: Auburn Tool #16-16” fore plane w/ raise handle, Vg.; unsigned 16 ½” panel raiser plane w/ sole mounted fence, G.; D.R. Barton, Rochester, converted jack rabbet w/ off-set handle, converted for use as panel raiser, G. Sold For 22.50
  245. Tray lot various tools: Lg. bevel, signed Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, appears homemade, G.; Collins (?) pin adze, no handle, G.; early pin adze, F.; tanner’s unhairing knife, missing handles, G.; Ackerman & Johnson, Bangor, Pa. slate break, G. Sold For 25.00
  246. 2 – Stanley R&L wooden levels: early #3-27” mahogany level w/ eagle strike, G.; mason’s #35-42” plumb line level, pat. dated 1872, G. Sold For 5.00
  247. 2 – Wooden Stanley levels: “sweetheart” #35-42” mason’s plumb line level, Vg.; R&L (pre-1900) 28” cherry level w/ brass end plates, G+ Sold For 7.50
  248. 4 – Wooden molding planes: modern wedge arm adj. sash molding plane, marked John Oberbeck, Vg.; Arrowmammett Works, brass screw adj. sash molding plane, G.; Auburn Tool Co. #155 altered quarter round, G.; Varvill & Son, York (Eng.) Grecian ovolo w/ bevel. G. Sold For 22.50
  249. 4 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned handle maker’s block, G.; G.S. See (New York) w/ eagle strike, screw adjustable sash molding plane, G+; V.A. Edmond, handled 2” astragal bead, G.; Ohio Tool Co. #47 dado plane, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  250. 2 – Wooden plow plane: Auburn Tool Co. #39 screw arm, missing iron & faint strike, G.; early Harris-P. Spencer, wedge arm w/ brass diamond inlay, fence crack, G. Sold For 50.00
  251. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: Bartlett’s Ohio Planes, weatherstrip grooving plane, G.; Auburn Tool, altered edge rabbet, F.; Bordman & Hussey, Pawtucket, skew rabbet, Vg.; Sandusky #100 tongue plane, G+; Casey Kitchel & Co., tongue plane, Vg.; ½” tongue plane, over-struck, G. Sold For 25.00
  252. Homemade, tiger maple 30” handle jointer plane, unusually narrow 2 ½” wide w/ 2” salvaged iron, G. Sold For 35.00
  253.  2 – Bow saws: older homemade w/ arched posts, replaced stretcher rail, G.; factory made model & turnbuckle tension rod & turned handles, G+ Sold For 40.00
  254. Unsigned posthole mortise saw w/ quick release handle, 25” blade, tension rod w/ wrought iron ram’s horn nut, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  255. Homemade oak frame bow saw w/ turnbuckle tension rod, saddle notched stretcher rail, G. Sold For 35.00
  256. 7 – Assorted squares: unsigned, pat. Feb. 13, 1917, combination bevel/square, missing level vial, G.; 2 – mitre squares, F. & G.; 4 – graduated size try squares, various makers, G. Sold For 17.50
  257. 2 – Wooden planes: cooper’s howel/Chiv plane, G.; unsigned pilaster cove & flute handled plane, appears homemade, vg. Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  258. 14 – Assorted wooden molding planes: various makers & types, most G. Sold For 45.00
  259. 3 – Various iron glue pots, G. Sold For 20.00
  260. E. Preston & Sons, cabinet makers 1 ½” shoulder rabbet plane, all metal & adjustable, Vg. (professional repaired ear of brace) Additional Photo Sold For 85.00
  261. 4 ½” Cast brass block plane w/ infill at toe of plane, G. Sold For 75.00
  262. Unsigned, English infill jack plane w/ mahogany infill, dovetailed deck construction, appears Vg. (repaired grasp). Good shelf sitter, damage to grasp is not very noticeable. Sold For 80.00
  263. Spiers Plane-O-Ayr, English infill jack, early replaced tote has chip from ear, G. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  264. Norris, London, #51-7” infill handled block plane w/ brass screw cap, damaged tail of deck where screw mounts handle, F. – G. (wooden handle has cracks) Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 90.00
  265. 15” Infill badger (skew) handled plane, W.P. Ward iron & chip guard marked Atkin & Son. 3 ½” crack extends from tail along side rail. Still a very solid user plane, G. Additional Photo Sold For 125.00
  266. Ulmia, Western Germany, #25 horned wooden smoother plane w/ original box, circa 1968, plane has crack next to throat on sole plate, Vg. (box G) Sold For 45.00
  267. 20” Cast iron jointer plane w/ saddle slide-over cap. Plane has singular cast stationary blade pitch & deck, possible originally infill plane (?), G. Additional Photo Sold For 360.00
  268. 2 – Chaplin Improved bench planes: 15”-C jack w/ saddle cap, G.; 7 ¾” jack w/ slide-lock cap, damage to cap, G. Sold For 45.00
  269. “Buck Rodgers” Millers Falls #709 jack plane w/ streamlined design, missing original lever cap, G. Sold For 40.00
  270. Tray lot drilling devices: 2 – 10” ratchet braces, F. – G.; 11pc. partial twist bit set, metric w/ hexagon drive Sold For 5.00
  271. Tray lot drilling devices: Wards Masters 10” ratchet brace, Vg.; unsigned Millers Falls #2 adj. hollow auger, missing depth stop; spoke pointer; Stanley countersink bit, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  272. Millers Falls patented corner brace w/ crank style handle, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  273. Fawcett, Silver, & Deming patented hollow auger. Marked Silver & Deming’s Patent #1 hollow auger. Patented Sept. 23, 1873. Probably missing cutting blades, G Additional Photo Sold For 10.00
  274. Marples “Ultimatum Framed Brace”, Hibernia Works, rosewood infilled brass framed brace, repaired knurl, cracked grip & missing socket lock, G.. Engraved by owner, J. Howell Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 150.00
  275. Tray lot assorted drilling & screwing devices: unsigned T-handle reamer, Vg.; 3 – various “Yankee” push drills, G. – Vg.; Stanley Handyman #133H spiral screwdriver, G.; Millers Falls #610A spiral screwdriver, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  276. Tray lot 3 – drilling devices: Fray’s patent (?) brace w/ thumbscrew chuck, F+ - G.; Bonney’s patent adj. hollow auger w/ various size holes, G.; G.N. Stearns patent adjustable spoke pointer, blade cap pat. Dated June 12, 1877, G. (possibly missing some original parts) Sold For 30.00
  277. 2 – Tools: rare, Millers Falls 6” ratchet brace, rosewood knurl cracked, G.; 1” wooden threading block w/ two taps, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  278. Box lot 10 – assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, various makers & sizes, G. (all w/ blades & wedges) Sold For 35.00
  279. 8 – Assorted wooden side bead molding planes, all w/ wedges (1 – missing iron), G. – Vg.: A. Cummings, Boston; Stewart; Moseley & Son; Greenslade; etc. Sold For 35.00
  280. 3 – Two-iron wooden molding planes: Owasco Tool Co. #169-1 ¼” nosing, Vg.; Ohio Tool Co. 1 1/8” nosing w/ brass RS 14 button nailed to cheek, G.; lg. fixed sash molding plane, refinished Additional Photo Sold For 35.00
  281. 8 – Various joinery planes,: J.S. Stevens, Boston, center groove, Vg.; 3 – dados: some parts missing; 4 – rabbets: various sizes & makers Sold For 40.00
  282. 7 – Various wooden side bead molding planes: various sizes & makers (all w/ irons & wedges), G. – Vg. Sold For 45.00
  283. 4 – Wooden planes: late unsigned toothing/scraper plane, Vg.; Melhuish (note article in recent Gristmill) block plane, E.F. Seybold, Cin. O. (type A script strike, two star rarity) sash molder, G.; washboard/fluting plane, F. Sold For 25.00
  284.  8 – Various wooden molding planes: assembled dropleaf table plane set (1 – Stewart); assemble pair of snipe bill planes, G.; Mathieson & Son, chair rail molder, Vg.; English, reverse ogee, G.; odd J. Kennedy, quirk ovolo w/ bead (light strike), Vg.; Moseley & Son, astragal bead, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  285. 8 – Various hollow & planes, various sizes & makes: J. Henderson; Sandusky; Madox; R. & T. Carter; Darbey; etc. (most Vg.) Sold For 45.00
  286. J. Kellogg & Co.., Amherst, Mass. screw arm plow plane, refinished (cracked post of screw, otherwise) Vg. Sold For 35.00
  287. 2 – Brass tipped wedge arm plow planes: Reed, Utica, Vg.; Hibernia works, replaced wedges, G+ Sold For 40.00
  288. 9pc. Set of Mathieson & Son, plow plane irons w/ leather roll, G. – Vg. Sold For 60.00
  289. Reed, Utica, wooden screw arm plow plane w/ cup turned knops, Vg. (repaired stop-nut) Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  290. D.R. Barton, Rochester, handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads, knobs & stop-nuts, repaired post, G+ - Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  291. Lg. Cherry leather slitting gauge w/ wrought screw stop fence, brass arched slide rail. Gauge is refinished w/ arch converted up for decoration, fence cracked & repaired handle Sold For 45.00
  292. Felt roll of 9 – various plow plane irons, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  293. Tray lot assorted Stanley tools: 4 – various #60 – wooden chisels, F. –G.; Stanley #80 box scraper, Vg.; “sweetheart” #1-6” mitre square, Vg.; #12TS-6”, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  294. Stanley R&L  #10 ½” carriage maker’s rabbet plane, repaired handle, owners name struck on rails of plane, circa 1902-10 strike, G+ Sold For 230.00
  295. 2 - #81 nickel plated scrapers, G – Vg. Sold For 30.00
  296. Stanley R&L Bailey #7 jointer, L. Bailey “Christmas Patent” chip guard, circa 1902-10 strike, rail chip, G. Additional Photo Sold For 55.00
  297. 2 – Various iron planes: Union Mfg. , #43 rabbet fillister plane, missing fence & arm, G+; Traut’s patent Stanley #50 or #54 beading plane, fence w/ pat. Sept.11, 1883, G. Sold For 30.00
  298. Rare, Bailey “Victor” #4 (?) jack plane w/ Bailey Victor embossed knob, faint impressed patent date on chip guard, slide in screw cap, G+ (possibly missing parts, & slight crack to top of socket) Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 50.00
  299. Odd long block plane w/ squirrel tail handle, unknown maker 6 7/8” long, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  300. 3 – Stanley #36 iron levels: 2 – 18” (1 – missing vials); 1 – 24” (missing vials) Sold For 7.50
  301. 2 – Stanley planes: #45 combination plane, frame & fences (no blades or other accs.), G.; #220 block, Vg. w/ partial original box Sold For 12.50
  302. 2 – Stanley spoke shaves: #55 hollow/concave shave, Vg.; #60 double cutter w/ straight & curved shave, G. Sold For 35.00
  303. Tray lot assorted Stanley tools: 2 - #60 wood chisels (1- E.); bench chisel; 2 – new 2” plane irons; etc. Sold For 17.50
  304. 6 – Assorted hammers: early drop forge claw; pattern maker’s hammer; 4 – various tack/upholstery hammers, G. – Vg. Sold For 30.00
  305. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 – various ball-peen hammers; unsigned rivet hammer, G.; S. Richard’s “Banana” knife, G.; cobbler’s edge burnishing tool; disc leather/fabric cutter w/ wooden handle, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  306. Set of 5 – Buck Bros. joiner’s chisels (most w/ leather capped handles), G+-Vg.; & Buck Bros. carving gouge, G. Sold For 85.00
  307. Tray lot 6 - assorted firmer chisels: 1 –altered for use as lathe turning bowl scraper; 2 – socket mortise; others various makers & sizes, G. Sold For 45.00
  308. 4 – Various edge tools: 2 – scrapers (1 – L.S. Starrett, Universal, Vg); 2 – wooden spoke shaves, G. & Vg. Sold For 7.50
  309. Tray lot assorted tools: 5 – Marx toy tools; German, Jeweler’s frame saw, G.; Depose Ring Saver, jeweler’s ring removal cutting tool (for use on removing rings when fingers have gotten to big/fat) w/ original box; medical tool Sold For 12.50
  310. Tray lot assorted tools & advertising items: Craftsman #3846-12oz. “Professional Model” ball peen hammer, E.; “Speedy Stitcher” sewing awl w/ original box; Engineer’s compass; Stanley 6” advertising rule, Vg.; 2 – advertising tape measures (1 – Zippo); etc. Sold For 7.50
  311. Tray lot 5 – various measuring devices: 3 – various wooden marking gauges (1 – Stanley #65); 12” sliding-T bevel w/ rosewood & brass handle, G.; Stanley #25-6” sliding-T bevel, E Sold For 7.50
  312. Stanley R&L double arm mortise gauge w/ rosewood fence & two rod arms, G+; Sold For 85.00
  313. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Stanley #21 combination square, G; Disston & Morss (faint stamp) 4 ½” try square, G.; 2 – Fox’s patent 1921 triangle square, G. & Vg.; Leonhart’s adjustable pitch grade level, pat. dated Feb. 27, 1906, G.; Stanley #58-6” divider, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  314. 2 – Trim carpenter’s saws: Disston & Sons, Phila. stair builder’s saw, Vg.; unknown maker, flush-cut saw w/ cranked handle, G. Sold For 7.50
  315. 2 – Kitchen saws: “Bowman” National Eating Co., Lancaster, Pa. aluminum back bread cutting saw, Vg.; Gunnis, Phila. steel backed meat packer’s, G. Sold For 7.50
  316. 3 – Handsaws: Supplee-Biddle Hardware “Aristocrat”, G.; Vanadium, Pennsylvania Saw Co., Frackville, Pa., G.; Sheffield & Atkins Saw Works, “The Traveler”, G. Sold For 12.50
  317. 3 – Small handsaws: The Simonds Saw #8-A- 19”-10pt. G+; boy’s toy handsaw, 12”, G.; Wm. Enders, Oak Leaf, steel backed bone saw, G+ Sold For 7.50
  318. 2 – Handsaws: Atkins 26”-4 ½ pt. w/ rosewood handle, G+; unknown maker, 25”-6pt. w/ steel braced walnut handle, & raised lug nuts, F+ - G. Sold For 7.50
  319. 2 – Disston & Sons, #D-7 handsaws: 26”-8pt. w/ holes drilled for patent gauge fence (missing), G – G+; 25 7/8”-7pt. w/ apple wood handle, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  320. 2 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons #D-16-20”-10pt. w/ carved handle, chipped ear G.; Spear & Jackson “Superior” 26”-6pt, G+ - Vg. Sold For 12.50
  321. 2  - Older handsaws: Disston & Sons #D-9-28”-5pt. w/ cherry handle (cracked & repaired); Welch & M. Fiths 26”-6pt. w/ brass split-nuts, F+ - G. Sold For 7.50
  322. Stanley Rule & Level, leather saw sheath/boot w/ press-embossed scene of factory, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 30.00
  323. 2 – Handsaws: Wheeler, Madden & Clemson, Middletown, NY. 28”-7pt. w/ lg. brass button & brass split-nuts, G. – G+; unknown maker “Warranted Superior” 24”-8pt., chipped ear, G. Sold For 22.50
  324. 2 – Farm related primitives/tools: hand wrought S-shaped pumpkin chopper w/ heavy stock handle, G.; unsigned 11 ½” pr. of ice tongs, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  325. Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co., axe manufacturer) 12” side broad axe, painted over finish. This factory was operating prior to Civil War, and this axe appears to be much later. Either this axe is an excellent unused new-old stock head or is a very good fake. Handle is late replacement & head appears to be late. Buyer is to be their own judge as to the authenticity of this axe. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 65.00
  326. Pair of Oak Instrument (Violin) makers’ screw clamps. 15” threaded dowel w/ bevel topped clamps, G+ Sold For 30.00
  327. Salesman’s binder catalog for World Home Supply Co. Binder is fabric covered & is marked property of World Home Supply Co. Inserted catalog list is from April 12, 1912, and includes: clothing; home furnishings; carpet sweepers; jewelry; watches & clocks; Auto supplies; cigars; trunks; etc. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 30.00
  328. Hand Planing display board for industrial/science fair, by Ronald Carnahan, from Richland Twp. High School. Appears to be from 1950’s wooden crafted try squares & various plane, some damage, G. Sold For 5.00
  329. 3 – Millers Falls tools w/ original boxes: #9 smoother plane, owner name scratched on rail otherwise Vg.; #29X spiral screwdriver, Vg.; #67A spiral screwdriver, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  330. 3 – Various braces: Stanley #923-10”, Vg.; Millers Falls 8”, G.; Keen Kutter #KP-10, G+ Sold For 15.00
  331. Lg. tray lot assorted measuring devices, F+ - G.: wooden chalkboard marking compass; 12” try square; many various calipers & dividers Sold For 12.50
  332. Atkinson, Baltimore, screw arm sash molding plane, G+ - Vg. Sold For 35.00
  333. Ohio Tool Co., screw arm fillister plane w/ boxwood threads, stop nuts & knobs, boxwood boxing on edge, refinished, G+ - Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 17.50
  334. Greenfield Tool Co., handled screw arm plow plane, post of one thread repaired, refinished w/ shellac, G. Sold For 20.00
  335. 2 – Wooden molding planes: H. Chapin, Union Factory, handled screw arm plow plane, repaired handle, F+ - G.; W. Vance (Baltimore, script strike) handle panel raiser plane, as found G. Sold For 50.00
  336. 2 – Wooden tools: unsigned 25” jointer plane w/ Carpenter double wedge patent (probably from the Lancaster Shop), G.; Stanley #00-22” cherry level, owners name inlayed on copper plate on side of level, G. Sold For 7.50
  337. 2 – Wooden double wedge block planes: 8 ½” broad smoother w/ E.W. Carpenter, patent March 27, 1849, back wedge cut flush w/ body of plane, owner strike for D. Weaver, G.- G+; unsigned cherry 7 ¾”, lineal crack, F. – G. Sold For 22.50
  338. 2 – Wooden block planes: D. Colton, Phila. 9 ¾” w/ raise handle, Sandusky iron & screw button added, G+ - Vg.; J Stamm, Mount Joy, Lanc. Co., Pa., (*note- Neyer research: tool maker & preacher), 8”, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  339. 2 – Wooden planes: Thos. Napier (rarer trademark, Thomas was well moved) complex cove crown molding w/ 1 ½” iron, owner branded J. Lucas, replaced handle, G+ - Vg.; J. Colton, Phila. 1 ½” X 17” jack rabbet plane, missing one knick blade & slight raise handle form, G+ Sold For 25.00
  340. 4 – Various planes: Sears “Handy” plane w/ original box, Vg.; unsigned wooden block, missing iron, G.; unsigned Sandusky #3A transitional block w/ w/ cast aluminum housing, G.; toy horned block, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  341. 2 – Wooden planes: homemade 2 5/8” crown molder w/ off-set handle, unusual form w/ screw affixed iron, Vg.; G.T. Porter, core box plane, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  342. 16” Wooden panel raising jack plane, embossed strike BB. Wooden sole mounted fence & ¼ side stop, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 7.50
  343. Modified wedge sash fillister plane, altered w/ center mounted round for lg. fluting work, 15 ½” w/ diamond inlaid button, F+ - G. Sold For 5.00
  344. 3 – Long family wooden molding planes: M. Long, Reading (Mathias, circa 1850) 5/8” side bead, G.; M. Long, altered cut to quirk & side bead, F.; D. Long (David, circa 1820, brother of Mathias) altered cut to ogee, F+ Sold For 10.00
  345. 3 – Early wooden planes: 2 – I. Schauer (John, East Petersburg, Lanc. Co., pre-1834) faint strikes: hollow, G.; altered reed molding, G. , homemade odd-ball narrow gutter plane, possibly for sash cords (?) Sold For 10.00
  346. 4 – Various tools: unknown maker, Yankee type spiral screw driver, wooden handle branded R. Kelley, G.; unknown maker, beech saw pad w/ blade, G.; Strasmann, 1 1/8” wooden threading block, multiple owner strikes, G+; modern ¾” wooden threading block, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  347. 2 – Tools: John Deere advertising cast iron anvil paper weight, 5 ¼” X 2 3/8”, Vg.; Micronta, Japan, engineer’s hand held sight transit w/ leather sheath Sold For 15.00
  348. Tray lot 5 – various tools: 2 – wooden marking gauges: Stanley #62, G.; unmarked, G+; 4 ½” try square, F+; 2 – hand drills: Craftsman w/ 4” drive wheel, Vg.; Millers Falls w/ 3 ¼” drive wheel, G+ Sold For 20.00
  349. 2 – Wooden carpenter’s mallets: joiner’s mallet w/ arched sawn head & hickory handle, Vg.; heavy round mallet w/ 4” locust head (bark still on) on turned rock oak handle, handle cracked. Neat primitive look, G. Sold For 22.50
  350. Tray lot 4 – tools: 2 – claw hammers: Cheney 12oz., F.; Stanley 16oz. straight claw w/ bell poll, Vg.; Stanley #283 adjustable scraper, Vg.; Keen Kutter 13 ½” kitchen knife, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  351. Stanley R&L #113 adjustable circular plane, pre-1895 trademark, early model, G. – G+ Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  352. Stanley Bedrock #603 bench jack plane w/ arched shoulders on rail, embossed lever cap “Stanley R&L Co., Bed Rock”, Vg. (for unknown reason secondary patent date ground off of bed of plane) Sold For 70.00
  353. Stanley R&L #7 jointer plane, L. Bailey’s patent Dec. 24, 1867, on chip guard, rosewood handle possibly replaced, circa 1910-12 strike, G. – G+ Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  354. H.S.B. & Co., “Rev-O-Noc” 22”-C jointer plane w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  355. 3 – Transitional bench planes: Siegley 15” fore plane, G+-Vg.; Sargent VBM 8 ½” raise handle block, G.; Stanley R&L #29 jointer, 1902-10 strike, damage to tote & knob otherwise Vg. Sold For 30.00
  356. Stanley R&L #135 raise handle block w/ Liberty Bell cap & blade adjustment lever, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  357. Stanley Bailey #3 bench smoother plane, post WWII, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  358. Stanley “sweetheart” #102-16” cherry wood level w/ almost complete sticker label, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  359. Unusual, Henry Disston & Sons, #70-12” copper backed tenon saw w/ fishtail open grip handle, possible copper coated steel back, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  360. Geo. Bishop & Co., pat. Jan. 9, 1906, reversible back saw, 14” blade, G+ Sold For 12.50
  361. 2 – Steel back saws: early, Henry Disston, Philada. 12” mitre saw w/ two shielded eagle strikes, brass split-nut & apple wood handle, small chips from ears of handle, G+; Simonds Saw 16” mitre saw, G. Sold For 50.00
  362. 2 – Wooden brass tipped levels: Disston & Morss #17-26 ½” w/ brass sight shield, G.; Disston & Sons, Keystone Tool Works, 28 ¼”, refinished, Vg. Sold For 5.00
  363. Stanley “sweetheart” #5-30” brass tipped laminate cherry wood level w/ brass shielded sight, G+ - Vg. Sold For 7.50
  364. 2 – Wooden levels: Disston & Son, Keystone Tool Works, 28” cherry wood w/ brass tipped corners, G+; early Stanley R&L 30” rosewood level, hanger hole drilled F+ - G. Sold For 10.00
  365. Wm. Beatty, Chester, Pa., Wheelwright’s Kent style broad axe, G - Vg. Sold For 60.00
  366. 4 – Hatchets: 3 – camp/hand axes: Stanley, Plumb, & unsigned, G+ - Vg.; Plumb, 24oz. shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, G. Sold For 30.00
  367. 3 – Braces: Slater, Sheffield, beechwood brace w/ push-button chuck, rosewood knurl, refinished Vg.; German ball brace, missing thumbscrew for chuck, F+; Millers Falls 6” brace, refinished Vg. Sold For 17.50
  368. 2 – Drills, refinished Vg.: North Bros. “Yankee” #1446X hand drill, hole in handle; Stanley #741 breast drill, reversible 2-gear crank Sold For 12.50
  369. 2 – Steel back mitre saws: Richardson, Newark, NJ. 21 ½” w/ figured cherry handle, trimmed ear chip, Vg.; Keen Kutter, 24”, G+ Sold For 25.00
  370. Henry Disston & Sons, pat. Oct. 4th, 1870, 36” one man cross-cut saw, G+ - Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  371. 2 – Henry Disston & Sons, steel back saws: 12” tapered back tenon saw, refinished G+; 14” mitre saw, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  372. 3 – Steel back saws: 2 – Jackson: 16” mitre, G.; 14” mitre, G.; unsigned 14” w/ butter print carved handle, G+ Sold For 40.00
  373. 2 – Tools: Stearns & Co., Pat. Aug. 22, 1899, bench mount saw vise w/ universal adj. ball, Vg.; Craftsman 27” steel back mitre saw, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 35.00
  374. 2 – Butcher’s bone saws: early, Wm. McNiece, Phila. w/ brass split-nuts & oval iron back, G+ - Vg.; Enterprise, w/ oval iron back, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  375. 3 – Steel back saws: Atkins 10” X 3”tenon, Vg.; Sheffield Saw Works, #3-14” mitre, Vg.; Disston & Sons, 12”, missing bolts, G. Sold For 35.00
  376. 2 – Tools: Stanley mitre box saw, 30” X 6”, G+; Stearns, side bench mount saw vise, G. Sold For 7.50
  377. 4 – Steel back saws: unknown maker, altered 6 ½” dovetail w/ closed handle, (good user); 10” dovetail w/ turned handle, unsigned, Vg.; Tilman, 10” tenon saw w/ open grip, damaged handle G.; (?), New York, 10” tenon saw, G. Sold For 25.00
  378. 2 – Tools: B.S.V. Co., adjustable saw vise w/ bench clamp, Vg.; Henry Disston & Sons, Stanley mitre box saw, 26”, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  379. 5 – Various hammers: Stanley #231-7oz. rivet, Vg.; Vechek, 4oz. ball-peen, Vg.; double-face tapered round, G+; Green-Tweed “Defense Hammer” missing hide insert; Dixie bronze dead-blow mallet, G. Sold For 7.50
  380. 4 – Stanley block planes: #60 ½-P03 low angle, E.; R&L #102, G.; #120 w/ lateral adj, G.; #220, G. Sold For 20.00
  381. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #6-C, post 1938 trademark, w/ rosewood handle & high knob, impressed lever cap, Vg.; #5 jack, post WWII, w/ plastic adj. knob, G. Sold For 50.00
  382. 2 – Bench planes: Sargent & Co. #418-18” jointer w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg.; Fulton Tool Co., 18”-C jointer w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  383. 2 – Edwin Hahn, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., bench planes: #6-C fore plane, G+ - Vg.; #9-C jointer, handle cracked & altered blade guard, G. Sold For 90.00
  384. 4 – Stanley block planes: #60 low angle, Vg.; #220, Vg.; “sweetheart” #103, G.; “sweetheart” #9 ½ adjustable, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  385. 3 – Wooden planes: Sargent & Co. #163-16” jointer, Vg.; unsigned 2” X 15”  pilaster fluting plane, G+; Sargent & Co. 10 ½” block w/ raise handle, G. Sold For 12.50
  386. Box lot 7 – assorted wooden molding planes: Casey Clark & Co. 1 5/8” Grecian ovolo w/ bevel, Vg.; unsigned ¾” T&G plane, G+; Conway Tool Co., reed molder, G.; Henry G. White, fillister, F.; unsigned 1” rabbet w/ hardwood edge fillets, G+; Sandusky 1” nosing, G+; unsigned #12 hollow, G. Sold For 50.00
  387. Tray Assorted tools: Winchester trademark flashlight, G.; F. Armstrong pipe threader w/ original wooden tool box, Vg.; Stanley #59 doweling jig, N.I.B.; homemade primitive panel slitting gauge, F+ Sold For 20.00
  388. 3 – Firmer tools: locust log head mallet, G.; Lg. 2” Buck Bros. gouge, currently ground for turning lathe use, G+; T.F. Beatty & Co. (Thomas F., 1846-69, probably Pottstown) 1” socket mortise chisel, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  389. 2 – Tools: Combination Hammer Co., Coudersport, Pa., crate combination wrecking bar/hammer, patented April, 1908, Vg.; E.C. Stearns, flooring jack, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  390. 4 – Various hammer/mallets: round cheek claw hammer, G.; C.S. Osborne, iron house hide maul, Vg.; carvers hide maul, Vg.; walnut square head mallet, G+ Sold For 10.00
  391. 3 – Assorted drawknives: German, hollow & straight, spoke shave, Vg.; Union Plane Co., #60 hollow & straight spoke shave, Vg.; unknown maker #17, spoke shave, G+ Sold For 30.00
  392. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Starrett #436-2”-3” micrometer, Vg.; English, rosewood & brass, mortise gauge, Vg.; etc. Sold For 17.50
  393. Tray lot assorted tools: old Snap-on: #87 side cutters, Vg.; #95 needle nose, Vg.; #4R-72 socket drive, G.; Pat. date April 27, 1880, chain repair tool, Vg.; etc. Sold For 10.00
  394. 3 – Disston & Sons, backsaws: 2 - 14” mitre saw w/ small button, G & G+; open grip handle mounted on 10” tenon saw, G+. Sold For 40.00
  395. 2 – Back saws: Jackson, 12” tenon shoulder, needs re-sharpening, G+; Ramada, Portugal, brass backed, 12” missing one brass nut, G Sold For 12.50
  396. Unknown maker, velocity gauge w/ turbine prop & electronic monitoring. Unknown for what use. Additional Photo Sold For 45.00
  397. 2 – Handsaws: Henry Disston & Sons, 12” backsaw, owner strike of C. Richmann, G+; unsigned cast iron framed hack saw, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  398. 4 – Stanley wooden folding rules: 2 – R&L #84-2ft. brass edged folding rules, G. & Vg.; #61-2ft. w/ square joint, Vg.; #32 ½-12” two-fold caliper rule, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  399. Tray lot assorted Stanley tools: Defiance – 2ft. wooden level, Vg.; 2 – 16oz. claw hammers, Vg.; #7 marking awl, G.; #20-4 ½” try square, Vg.; screwdrivers; etc. Sold For 12.50
  400. Tray lot assorted machinist tools: General #398 surface gauge w/ original box; Starrett speed indicator; assorted clamps & tools Sold For 10.00
  401. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – small bench clamp vises (1 – Defiance #1207), G & Vg.; 3 – gimlets; 2 – straight razors; 2 – marking awls; tool handle; etc. Sold For 40.00
  402. Ohio Tool Co. #58 screw arm fillister plane w/ nuts & knobs, G+ Sold For 25.00
  403. Henry Disston & Sons, Keystone Tool Works, 28” wooden level, refinished Vg. Sold For 5.00
  404. Homemade oak machinist tool chest, 5 over 3 drawers w/ locking cover door, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  405. Cast Iron Gate weight, molded top w/ ring hanger, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  406. Small bench top anvil, w/ nail header hole & horn, 5 3/8” X 2 7/8”, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  407. 18th Century cooper’s beck stump stake anvil w/ rectangular head, 6” X 1 ½” X 8” H above 11” tapered stake, G. Sold For 130.00
  408. 2 – Wooden anvil casting forms, 2 part wooden forms, G. Sold For 7.50
  409. 18th Century stump stake anvil w/ horn & creasing head, appears to be hand wrought, 22” across top X 3 ½” W X 16”H Sold For 110.00
  410. 2 – Stake heads: square based square head stake, G.; rectangular head tapered stake w/ spike base, G. Sold For 55.00
  411. Left hand “Goosewing” axe, Pennsylvania German form w/ tapered wedge topped socket, raised weld & embossed initial strike KV, 12 ½” edge, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 120.00
  412. Excellent, Eagle strike, G. Sener, Lancaster (Gottlieb, 1830-1840, Lancaster City) wheelwright’s blocking axe. Excellent strike of patriotic “Shield Breast” Eagle gripping arrows in talons, marked Extra Refined. Nice Kent form heavy splitting axe w/ upper & lower lugs, Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 400.00
  413. Rare, Ellis Morris patent improved bench plane. Patent dated Nov. 8, 1870. This 19” jointer has a grid cast sole & ornate floral motif on upper portion of deck, w/ insert handle & large grip knob. Plane has W. butcher iron & possible replaced wedge & iron, G – Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 400.00
  414. Stanley Bailey #2 bench smoother plane, F+ - G. (repair to cracked handle, crack to left rail, blade has pitting) Additional Photo Sold For 50.00
  415. Stanley #72 Chamfer plane w/ patent April 21, 1885 on rail, embossed screw cap, Vg. Sold For 200.00
  416. 3 – English iron spoke shaves: 2 – Record adjustable shaves: “The Wonder” cast aluminum frame w/ brass blade cap, Vg.; #A151 w/ red paint, Vg.; E. Preston & Sons, 7” iron handle, bronze brazed crack, F. Sold For 25.00
  417. 2 – Small planes: Foster 3” cast aluminum block, G+; Sharman Co. #043 mini plow plane w/ single rod fence, G. (missing depth stop) Additional Photo Sold For 20.00
  418. 4 – Various drawknives: unsigned wooden spoke shave w/ dovetailed wooden insert throat, G+; 3 – iron frame shaves: unknown maker round shave, G.; unsigned 5/8” molded sash router, G.; Stanley R&L dbl. blade shave (hollow & straight), F+ - G. Sold For 20.00
  419. 2 – Small shaves: J.P. Hyde, leather working adjustable edge plane w/ brass fence, Vg,; Instrument makers min. brass shave w/ ¾” iron, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  420. Stanley Bailey #1 bench smoother plane, G. (repair to cracked handle, modern replaced rosewood knob, smooth lever cap, sole cracked below knob) Additional Photo Sold For 260.00
  421. 9 – Assorted carving tools: small scorp; Henry Tailor, Eng. gouge (missing handle); long narrow gouge; etc. Sold For 45.00
  422. 4 – Various measuring devices: rosewood & brass, marking gauge  rolling ; Sliding-T , Vg. w/ bevel Sold For 7.50
  423. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 6 – various wooden folding rules, P. – G+; General #800-8oz.brass plumb bob, New in package; General (?) 6oz. brass plumb bob w/ replaceable steel tip, Vg.; Walsco 6ft. pocket tape measure Sold For 10.00
  424. Large tray lot assorted measuring devices: 3 – new in pack, straight rules: many combination square rails & parts; etc. Sold For 12.50
  425. Tray assorted tools: Sigsbee’s patent parallel rule, Navy pattern, w/ original box, cracks to rails, F+ - G.; honing stone in wooden holder; husking pegs; etc. Sold For 15.00
  426. Churchill Ltd., Comet #4 spiral screwdriver w/ original box, needs work for use, G. Sold For 7.50
  427. 3 – Primitives/Tools: 18” mahogany & brass 3-tube spy/telescope w/ tubular leather case, missing eyepiece lens, F+ - G.; antique powder tin, missing advertising label, appears to be a DuPont tin, F.; unknown maker cast iron bottle opener/cork press, G. Sold For 25.00
  428. 5 – Assorted tools: small blacksmith tongs, 6 ½” overall length; blacksmith twisting bar; Gruendler Mfg. Co., 4-tine ice chopper head (used on railroads to pack ice in refrigerator cars), G.; rosewood & brass saw pad, G.; Stanley Paint scraper, G. Sold For 10.00
  429. Antique key operated jailhouse lock w/ 2 ½” dead bolt, has key that is a close match, but does not work dead bolt, 8 ½” X 4 ½”, G. Additional Photo Sold For 25.00
  430. Group assorted Stanley related items: 1952, form #75-Stanley Tool Guide, G; #4 bench plane slide-over box, G.; Bell Systems 30oz. straight claw hammer (probably made by Stanley for Bell Telephone Systems), G+ Sold For 12.50
  431. 3 – Hatchets: Philadelphia Tool Co., Rdg. Co. (Reading Railway), shingling half hatchet, G.; Collins Legitimus, half hatchet, Vg.; Ott’s Patent lathing hatchet, F+ - G. Sold For 35.00
  432. 5 – Assorted firmer/framers’ socket mortise chisels: 2 – signed, G.-Vg. Sold For 85.00
  433. 7 – Assorted firmer chisels: various types, some signed, F+ - Vg. Sold For 45.00
  434. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 – hammers: unsigned 3oz. rivet, G.; upholstery tack hammer, Vg.; upholstery tack claw, Vg.; toy cast iron claw; refinished breast drill, drive gear cracked & repaired (crack hidden w/ paint) otherwise Vg.; pr. of trammel points for 1 ½” rail, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  435. 5 – Signed Firmer/framer socket chisels: W. Brady 2”, missing handle G.; H. Mellinger (above noted) 1 ½”, missing handle G.; Steinman Hardware Co. (Lancaster City Hardware store) 1” corner chisel, Vg.; C. Yorty (*? Lebanon Co.?) 1” G; W. Earnshaw (*?) 1”, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 70.00
  436. Tray lot assorted primitives & tools: European style field anvil; Dengelstock hammer; 2 – Stortz, Phila. oyster knives; hand wrought saw; whetstone  Sold For 40.00
  437. 14 – Assorted carving chisels, various makers & types, G. – Vg. Sold For 20.00
  438. 5 – Assorted metalworking hammers: C.H.D. & Co. 16oz. ball-peen, G+; C.G. double octagon poll ball-peen, G+; 6oz. ball-peen, G.; 2 – rivet hammers (1 – R. Moffett, *?) Sold For 22.50
  439. 2 – Small drawknives: T.R. Barnett (Phila. edge tool maker, circa 1860) 6” sag back w/ walnut handles, Vg.; late English “Bow-maker’s” wooden shave, 7 inch overall length w/ 1 ½” edge, hole drilled in handle, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 15.00
  440. 10 Piece set – wooden hollow & round molding planes, appears to have same owner strike, all w/ beveled shoulders (1 – makers mark legible of E. Clough). Nice looking set, but unfortunately owner strikes are over makers mark. Sold For 85.00
  441. 5 – Assorted leatherworking tools: homemade wooden rivet/grommet press, Vg.; 3 – cobbler’s hammers: Crispin #2 round, Vg.; Crispin #3 round, G; Montgomery & Ward drop-forged, Vg.; Sold For 15.00
  442. 5 – Older Stanley “Everlasting” wood chisels, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  443. Unknown maker, double-faced adjustable wrench, marked C.S. #52 w/ central turned handle & two brace pins, G. Sold For 22.50
  444. 2 - Tray lots assorted weaving loom sinkers w/ original boxes: Sold For 10.00
  445. Early internal gear wind operated plumb bob w/ brass crank & large walnut wooden spool housing. May need repair for use, but for display is OK. Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  446. Biddle Hardware Company, Phila. 1910 catalogue, hard bound w/ 1111 pgs. of products, some pgs. printed w/ color, G+. Ideal reference for everything from Stanley tools – Kitchen products – knives & straight razors – auto & other lighting devices. Additional Photo Sold For 75.00
  447. Dent Hardware Co., Fullerton, Pa., 1911 Vol. B catalogue in large hard bound binder, E. Mostly related to cabinet hardware. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  448. Tray lot tool parts: partial historic drafting set of J.H. Rogers, in shark hide covered case (incomplete set & case missing bottom), interior signed twice by owner; 2 – incomplete transit telescopes (1 – brass), F. – G. Sold For 50.00
  449. 2 – Lg. incomplete transit telescopes: unsigned 18” Wye level, appears complete except for harness bracket, G.; unknown maker brass 18 ½” sight level, F. Sold For 22.50
  450. Incomplete Stanley #45 combination molding plane in original oak box. Rule & Level floral casting frame, & fences, missing blades, rods, etc. Sold For 22.50
  451. 2 – Stanley tools: R&L Bailey #3 smooth jack plane, circa 1910-12, rosewood handle & knob, cracked rail, G.; #59 doweling jig, complete, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  452. Tray lot assorted tools: 6 – assorted gun stock carver’s checkering floats: 3 – Warner Products Co.; 2 – Herter’s; Bridgeport Tool Co. awl haft w/ tools; Starrett #18-A center punch w/ original box Sold For 12.50
  453. 8 - Stanley wood chisels w/ black handles: 4pc. graduated set of #40 & 4pc. graduated set of #60,  G – Vg. Sold For 95.00
  454. 4 – Stanley wooden rules: #66 ½-3ft. 4-fold w/ ox-bow joint, G.; 2 – 2ft. 4-fold rules: #62, F.; “sweetheart” #68, Vg; #136 ½-6” caliper rule, G+ Sold For 12.50
  455. 4 – Measuring devices: 2 – unmarked Stanley marking gauges, G: #77 mortise, & #64 ½ marking; Millers Falls #227 butt gauge w/ original box, Vg.; Lufkin 50ft. cloth tape measure w/ box Sold For 12.50
  456. 4 – Various tools: 2 – shingling half hatchets: Plumb, Vg.; Stanley 16oz., Vg.; 2 – hammers: Philadelphia Tool Co. 16oz. claw, Vg.; cast lead “Dead-blow” mallet, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  457. Tray lot assorted tools: Disston #34 saw set, Vg.; Millers Falls #1220 rasp w/ “Buck Rogers” look; Cleveland Twist Drill Co., bit stand, Vg.; Wizard nil pincers, Vg.; Botts Mfg. Co. crate hammer, G. Sold For 22.50
  458. Assorted Stanley measuring devices: #59 doweling jig, complete in original box; #95 butt marking gauge, G.; #1-12” mitre square, Vg.; #12TS-6” try square, Vg.; “sweetheart” #12-6” try square, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  459. 2 – Millers Falls drilling devices: breast drill w/ 5 ½” drive wheel, G+; unsigned Wood’s Patent adjustable hollow auger, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  460. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: small cast iron “egg beater” drill, missing chuck; made in Germany “Hobby” hand crank drill press, needs mounting post, G.; “Yankee” #251A T-handle ratchet screwdriver, Vg.; “No Name” #29 spiral screwdriver, G; spoke pointer w/ auger chuck, G. Sold For 22.50
  461. 3 – Tools: wooden joiner’s mallet w/ square head, Vg.; 2 – Starrett “Universal” adjustable scrapers, only 1 – blade grip, G. Sold For 7.50
  462. Assembled L.S. Starrett measuring device set in oak homemade case: unmatched combination square: all heads, but missing proper rule; spring back inside & outside calipers; 2 – dividers (1-springback) Sold For 20.00
  463. 2 – Stanley tools: R&L #33 transitional jointer plane, Vg.; #36-24” iron level, missing 1 – vial, otherwise Vg. Sold For 7.50
  464. Starrett, 18” outside caliper, G+ Sold For 25.00
  465. Tray lot assorted tools & measuring devices: measuring devices: complete drafting tool set; Roe 50ft. steel tape measure; Starrett Hermaphrodite caliper; Millers Falls #701R micrometer; W.S. Co., winged dividers; Starrett 4” outside caliper; Disston cast iron saw pad handle; P. Cunneen patent hack saw, patent date June 10, 1924, Vg.; leather working tool handle Sold For 7.50
  466. Tray lot 7 – assorted squares: Southington Cutlery, small framing square, Vg.; 2 – try squares (1 – Starrett #63, Vg.); 9” mitre square w/ brass & rosewood handle, F+-G.; 3 – partial combination squares: Stanley #122; Craftsman #39568; Orange Tool Co. Sold For 12.50
  467. 3 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: #D-23-26”-11pt. G+; 2 – D-8-26”-8pt., G. & G+ Sold For 10.00
  468. 2 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons, “Buddy-L” 16”-10pt., Vg.; Brown’s Patent Ground #3-20”-10pt., by Keystone Saw Works, Sold For 22.50
  469. 3 – Handsaws: Atkins & Co. #51-25 1/2”-10pt, Vg.; 2 – Disston: #D-12-26”-8pt., G.; Keystone “Pace Maker” w/ track race motif. G+. Sold For 15.00
  470. 2 – Early Henry Disston (no Sons) handsaws: 26”-8pt. w/ lg. shielded eagle button & split-nuts, G+; #7-25 ½”-4 1/2pt. replaced walnut handle w/ lg. button & split-nuts, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 10.00
  471. 3 – Handsaws: 2 – K-trademark, “The Imp” 20”-10pt., F+&G.: Harvey Peace, 26”-7pt. G. Sold For 7.50
  472. Henry Disston & Sons, 26” combination square/handsaw, w/ two small buttons, ear chipped on handle, G. – G+ Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  473. 2 – Disston & Sons, #D8 handsaws w/ finger hole grip handles: 26”-6pt., crack on handle otherwise Vg.; 28”-6pt. G+ - Vg. Sold For 35.00
  474. Rare, Henry Disston & Son (approx. 1yr. marked this way) #7-27”-6pt. handsaw, deep dish Eagle button w/ H. Disston, brass split-nuts, damage to ear of handle, G. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 25.00
  475. 2 – Simonds handsaws: early #10-26”-8pt., G+; #8-25”-8pt., Vg. Sold For 10.00
  476. 2 – Handsaws: “The Celebrated London Spring Steel” #125-26”-8pt., G.; unsigned 25”-7pt. w/ steel plate braced handle, Frankenstein lugs, G. Sold For 10.00
  477. 2 – Early Disston handsaws: rare, Henry Disston & Son (above noted) #7-22 ½”-14pt. w/ H. Disston & Son button & early dome cap screws, G.; #D8-22”-10pt. w/ owner W.S, Stouffer, 1907, engraved on blade, G+ - Vg. Sold For 12.50
  478. 2 – Tools: Disston MA3, sickle, G+; Wallace #2-25 ½”-6pt. w/ salvaged H. Disston & Son big button, other split-nut original, G. Sold For 5.00
  479. Tray lot assorted tools: graduated punch set in wooden turned case, Vg.; North Bros. “Yankee” #10 ratchet screwdriver, Vg.; 3 – drop-forged tools: K&B Co., New Haven, nail puller, G+; unsigned screwdriver w/ solid handle, G.; combination screwdriver/nail claw, G. Sold For 10.00
  480. 6 – Various screwdrivers: Apex, slot head; Johanson Tool Co., Warren, Pa. patent socket handle, patented by Hultsberg Johanson, G.; “Tuffy” (made by Swallow Aircraft Co., of Wichita, Kansas) aluminum handle w/ fold-down grip, Vg.; Vahew, w/ pressure-grip handle, Vg.; Dasco #888, G+; older turn-screw, converted to split-nut screwdriver, G. Sold For 12.50
  481. Lion Machine Co., Yonkers, NY., “Universal Trimmer #4” w/ handle, G+ Sold For 45.00
  482. Stanley Bedrock #605 jack plane w/ square shoulders, embossed Bedrock lever cap, circa 1912-20 V-trademark, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  483. 2 – Planes: Millers Falls #9-C jack plane, Vg.; Craftsman BL, low angle block plane w/ knuckle-joint cap, refinished Vg. Sold For 22.50
  484. Stanley “sweetheart” Bedrock #605 jack plane w/ square shoulders, Stanley embossed lever cap, handle has chipped ear, G+ (solid user plane) Sold For 65.00
  485. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 jack, early model w/ pat. date on blade & low rosewood knob, G+ - Vg.; “sweetheart” #5-C  w/ embossed lever cap, circa 1925-28, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  486. Homemade cooper’s croze w/ Victorian screw stop, G. Sold For 5.00
  487. Wooden Carpenter’s tool chest w/ steel bracket braces: 38” X 20” X 17 ½” H, modern green painted box w/ maroon painted trim. Lid has some repair & rope handles, G+ Sold For 45.00
  488. 2 – Stanley tools: #386 plane angle gauge, Vg.; “sweetheart” Bailey #7-C jointer, G. – G+ Sold For 120.00
  489. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #8 jointer plane, circa 1925-38 strike, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  490. Stanley R&L #113 adjustable circular plane w/ embossed screw caps, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  491. 3 – Stanley block planes: #118 gun metal low angle, Vg.; #203, Vg.; unmarked #102 w/ tail handle receiver (no handle), G. Sold For 12.50
  492. Early, Stanley #140 skew rabbet/block plane w/ patent Nov. 6, 94, on removable rail, G. Sold For 70.00
  493. Stanley Bailey #6-C fore plane, post WWII, w/ maple handle & knob, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  494. Stanley Bailey #7-C jointer plane, post WWII, w/ orange embossed lever cap, G+ - Vg. Sold For 70.00
  495. 2 – Stanley planes: #78 rabbet/fillister, missing fence & depth stop; #80 scraper, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  496. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #5 ¼ “Junior” jack plane, rail marked by High School #3, otherwise Vg. Sold For 55.00
  497. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5-C jack, post WWII w/ orange embossed lever cap, Vg.; #6-C fore plane, same era, G. Sold For 50.00
  498. 2 – Stanley tools in original boxes: #59 doweling jig, Vg (box some G+); #42 saw set (new old stock) Sold For 15.00
  499. 2 – Drawknives: Keen Kutter 10” straight back, G+; James Swan Co. 9” straight back, wire wheel cleaned Sold For 35.00
  500. C.E. Jennings “Arrow Head Brand”, 8” drawknife w/ adjustable handles, pat. dated Feb. 20th, 1906, cleaned Vg. Sold For 40.00
  501. 2 – Drawknives: Jennings “Arrow Head Brand” 4” hobby drawknife, Vg.; Keen Kutter 8” sag back, G. Sold For 30.00
  502. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley “Defiance” #1291 marking gauge, Vg.; 3 – various Stanley screwdrivers, F. – G+; Millers Falls multi-tool handle (rosewood handle) w/ tools, G. Sold For 7.50
  503. 12 – Assorted bench & firmer chisels, various makers: Stanley; Sheldon; Witherby; etc., F+ - G+ Sold For 65.00
  504. Fine set of Russell Jennings auger bits in original 3-tier oak case, complete set of 13 bits, Vg. case is Vg. condition also w/ complete paper label Sold For 60.00
  505. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: E.C. Stearns & Co., adjustable hollow auger, Vg.; 2 – small spoke pointer bits, Vg.; 4 – DeWalt mortise bits (2 – in original, Lancaster, Pa. boxes) Sold For 55.00
  506. Group of tool accessories: 5 – plow plane knives (1 – marked E.M. Chapin), Vg.; set of Stanley-North Bros. “Yankee” auto drill bits in original wooden tube, partial label Sold For 20.00
  507. Stanley #90 bullnose rabbet/block plane, E. Sold For 45.00
  508. Stanley #79 side rabbet plane w/ depth fence, Vg+ - E.. Sold For 45.00
  509. Stanley #71 router w/ original box & paperwork dated 1952, complete tool & accs. E. (box F.) Sold For 90.00
  510. Stanley #71 ½ router w/ original box & paperwork dated 1941, appears complete w/ sole mount fence, E. (box written on F+ - G.) Sold For 100.00
  511. 3 – Iron spoke shaves: Stanley R&L Bailey’s Patent #51 (pre-1910), G.; Germany #1 (copy of #51) w/ Boker signed blade, Vg.; Stanley R&L Bailey’s Patent, #53 spoke shave w/ pat. date July 13, 1858, G. Sold For 10.00
  512. 2 – Spoke shaves: Stanley #55 hollow spoke shave, Vg.; unsigned combination hollow & straight spoke shave, G+ Sold For 15.00
  513. Stanley Bailey #5-C jack plane, post WWII, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  514. 2 – Early, Stanley Bailey bench planes, solid user planes in some need of TLC: #7 jointer w/ 1910 patent date, rosewood handle & low knob, G+ (w/ Uncle Sam, replaced iron); same era #6-C fore plane, needs cleaning, G. Sold For 90.00
  515. 6 – Various measuring devices, Vg.: 10” sliding-T bevel; Pexto 10” winged dividers; Starrett 8” stiff-joint calipers; 3pc. set of Starrett spring-back calipers, 6” Sold For 7.50
  516. 12pc. Graduated set of Keen Kutter bench/firmer chisels w/ raised collar socket handles, in heavy canvas roll. Handles are not all matched & some may be replaced, G. – Vg. Sold For 180.00
  517. Berger model 200A Carpenter’s transit in mahogany case w/ tripod legs. Paperwork dated 1965, G+. Sold For 40.00
  518. Stanley #55 combination molding plane, appears to be complete. Booklet that accompanies is copyrighted 1914, however plane appears to be a later type. 4 racks of 52 cutters w/ plane may indicate this is that era plane. Condition of plane & accessories is excellent, but box has been written on & a little rough. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 240.00
  519. Tray lot Stanley block planes: Defiance #205 pressed metal block, G.; #130 double-end, G.; #130 box for later plane, F.; #60 ½ low angle, owner initial on rail, G+ Sold For 20.00
  520. 4 – Wooden spoke shaves: B. Franklin, Sheffield, adjustable w/ brass sole & adjustment screws, hanger hole drilled in handle, G.; 2 – medium & 1 – lg. common spoke shaves, G. Sold For 20.00
  521. 4 – Wooden block planes: 8 ½” Lignum Vitae, G.; 8” boat shaped compass plane, G.; 5” toy block; 4” Bull nose w/ brass nose, missing original iron, G. Sold For 30.00
  522. 4 – Various coach builders wooden planes, G.-Vg. : 2 – T-rabbets (1- owner strike of J. Tipper); 6 ½” side round; Shepley, compass hollow; 2 ½” compass round w/ extended tail handle Sold For 25.00
  523. 7 – Assorted hollow & round planes: pr. E.&T. Ring, Worthington, Mass., Vg.; Jos. Fuller, round, Vg.; L.H. Taber, round, Vg.; etc. Sold For 40.00
  524. 3 – Transitional planes: Stanley R&L #35 handled block w/ pat. dated iron, Vg.; Stanley Bailey #2 block, V-strike on iron, G.; Fulton Tool Co. 15” jointer, glued handle, G. Sold For 25.00
  525. 4 – Wooden side bead molding planes: rare, I.O. Beattie (type B. strike, 4 – star rarity) w/ full boxing, G+ - Vg.; Edw. Preston & Son, Vg.; owner over-strike, G.; A. Mathieson, Glasgow, G+ Sold For 20.00
  526. 5 – Wooden coach builder’s planes: 2 – T-rabbets (1-brass nose repair & other compass), G.; 6 ¾” center round, G+; altered rabbet; bullnose block w/ brass front, missing iron otherwise Vg. Sold For 25.00
  527. Tray lot 4 – spoke shaves: 3 – wooden (1 – w/ brass depth adj. screws) all G.; cast brass straight handle, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  528. 6 – Various wooden bead molding planes: Vance, side bead, altered; owner overstrike side bead; C. Nurse, astragal bead, repaired fillet; D. Malloch & Son, Perth, center bead, G+; unsigned side bead, G.; Hills & Winship, F. Sold For 20.00
  529. 2 – Wooden Scioto Works, plank style jointer planes:, 22”, G.; 16”, Vg. (both w/ replaced irons) Sold For 7.50
  530. 12 – Assorted hollow round planes, F.-G+, various makers & types Sold For 25.00
  531. 5 – Wooden joinery planes: Mosely & Son, tongue, G.; 4 – various dado planes: Sandusky; & other makers, F. – G+ Sold For 30.00
  532. 2 – Wooden complex molding planes: Ohio Tool Co. 2”X 7/8” reverse ogee w/ square, replaced wedge, G+; altered cut (dbl. astragal bead) Sold For 7.50
  533. James Swan 7” drawknife w/ adjustable & fold safety handle, brass capped handles, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  534. Preston’s patented reed molding router, replacement iron need molding to preferred molding, frame Vg. Sold For 50.00
  535. 3 – Drawknives: Stanley: #81 scraper w/ wooden sacrificial sole, missing iron, Vg.; #51 spoke shave, G.; unsigned duplex spoke shave w/ hollow & straight, G. Sold For 20.00
  536. 2 – Brass spoke shaves: Cincinnati Tool Co. hollow spoke shave, owner initialed, G+; unsigned duplex hollow & straight, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  537. 12 – Assorted push & spiral drills, F+ - G+ Sold For 7.50
  538. Yankee Tool set #100 w/ 3 – ratchet screwdrivers & various tips in wooden box, G. Sold For 40.00
  539. 6 – Assorted spiral & ratchet screwdriver, F+ - G+ Sold For 10.00
  540. 4 – Block planes: Stanley: #140 skew rabbet/block, missing blade adjustment; late model #220 w/ blue paint, G+; #110 w/ nickel plated cap, G.; no-name 5” squirrel-tail block, G. Sold For 7.50
  541. Unknown maker, tongue & groove drawknife. Unusual form w/ cast iron handle & deep socket groove, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  542. 4 – Assorted wooden joinery planes, G+ - Vg.: 2 – dado: Auburn #177-1/2”; Marten Doscher ½”’ ; 2 – rabbet: unsigned ¼”; T.J. M’Master & Co., 1”; Ames, London, ¾” tongue Sold For 25.00
  543. 4 – Assorted wooden block planes: L. Gardner, Boston, 8 5/8”, cracked at wedge; W. Anstead (unfound) toothing plane w/ several owner strike, cracked at wedge; unsigned chamfer block w/ Herring & Son iron, possible reproduction (?); homemade oak compass plane, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  544. Rosewood (or mahogany?) bone (ivory type) tipped trammel point set w/ rail. Trammel points w/ turned ivory type tops & brass ferruled pins. Movable point w/ wedge stop. Marked J. Barnett (some repairs) Sold For 40.00
  545. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 3 – wooden folding rules: 2 – English combination level/protractor/rules w/ damaged rails: Rabone & Sons, #1190-2ft.; J.R. Sone & Sons, #1190-3ft.; Upson Nut Co. #61-2ft., G.; 3 – various G. grade try squares Sold For 30.00
  546. 6 – Assorted wooden side bead molding planes, G. – Vg.: various makers & sizes Sold For 10.00
  547. 3 – Wooden measuring devices: unsigned boxwood double arm marking gauge, pat. Oct. 22, 1872, Vg.; Belcher Bros. & Co., folding shoe size measure, G+ - Vg.; unsigned double rod arm marking gauge w/ wedge stops, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  548. 5 – Wooden joinery planes, need some work or parts: unsigned moving fillister (missing partial boxwood boxing); 2 - Ohio Tool, tongues, F+-G+; S. Randall, Albany, dado (missing knick blade); Griffiths, Norwich, 7/8” tongue, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  549. 6 – Assorted early wooden planes w/ chamfer shoulders: 3 – graduated rounds (2 – altered); hollow, altered; double-struck table round, G.; Blizard (unknown) moving fillister, F. Sold For 20.00
  550. Unsigned wooden jack rabbet plane w/ handle & Sorby, skew set iron, handle re-set w/ screw (bummer!) otherwise Vg Sold For 10.00
  551. Robert Marples, Hermitage, brass framed brace w/ inlaid rosewood knurl, & brass push-lever chuck, Registered March 31, 1857 #3954, owner brand & owner strikes, G+ - Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 110.00

Total Sold - $23,174.75

 

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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