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Winter Tool Sale

 

Saturday March 18, 2017 9:00 AM

 

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  1. Tray lot 7 – Assorted block planes: Stanley: #220, #102, 2 - #9 ¼, & Sears Craftsman, G. – Vg.; 3 – Sears Craftsman, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  2. Tray lot assorted tools & ephemera: several new old stock replacement tape measure blades; Keen Kutter #976- Furniture Designs… booklet (circa 1911); 2 – Atkins saw presentation ticket; several Stanley #45 papers; etc. Sold For 15.00
  3. Collins Axe enamel trade sign for Spanish markets w/ Spanish trade advertising, Vg Sold For 180.00
  4. Tray lot 6 – wooden shaves: 2 – spoke (1 –w/ brass adj. screws); 3 – round shaves, G.; homemade scraper shave; G+ Sold For 40.00
  5. 3 – Metal shaves: 2 – round shoe heel shaves; Snell & Atherton, compass leather edge shave w/ fence, Vg.; unsigned pat. dated leather edge shave, G. Sold For 17.50
  6. 2 – Hand wrought coach makers boxing routers, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  7. 3 – Wooden planes: unsigned copper soled oar plane, owner struck, Vg.; homemade Oriental style draw block plane w/ mortised handle; Ott, German #51 M/M horned block plane, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  8. 5 – Various wooden marking gauges, G. – Vg.: 2 – wedge two-arm mortise; 2 – rosewood & brass mortise gauges (1 – Disston & Morss); unsigned marking w/ round fence & wooden stop screw. Sold For 30.00
  9. 15 – Assorted gunstock carvers float & chisels, G. Sold For 100.00
  10. 3 – Wooden planes: rosewood block, marked B.W. Smith, w/ Baldwin Tool iron, G. crack at top of throat; homemade router, G.; altered Greenfield Tool Co. rabbet, compass round, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  11. 5 – Assorted wooden marking gauges, G.- Vg.: 2 – Stanley #71 double arm; Stanley Pat. 1872 dbl.-arm w/ full brass plate & stop screws, Vg.; Stanley #65 marking, G.; etc. Sold For 25.00
  12. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: H.W. wheel traveler w/ single brace, G.; Mahogany scrivener’s straight edge, marked W.F. Hayward; 2 – bevels; 2 – try squares w/ rosewood & brass handles Sold For 17.50
  13. 4 – Measuring devices: Belcher Bros & Co., New York, folding shoe measure; Stanley R&L #83C-2ft. folding rule w/ ox-bow joint, F.-G.; Chapin #1-12” folding rule, G.; small brass pocket level, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  14. Tray lot wooden measuring devices: 2 – E.W. Carpenter, marking gauges (1 – slide arm mortise), G.; 2 – common marking gauges; Stanley R&L #26-2ft. twp-fold rule, G. Sold For 17.50
  15. Tray lot assorted  Textile Machine Works, Reading, catalogs, various years Sold For 22.50
  16. 4 – Metal planes: Stanley Bailey Bedrock #604, pat. 1892 & chip guard marked L. Bailey’s patent, G.; Craftsman #619-3742 jack, Vg.; 2 – Stanley #220 blocks, G. Sold For 60.00
  17. 5 – Wooden molding planes: E.W. Carpenter, 3/8” side bead, Vg.; Long: quarter round, altered ogee; unsigned sash molder, G+; unsigned high reveal belection, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  18. C. Nurse & Co., London, brass tipped wedge arm plow plane, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  19. Box lot 6 – assorted wooden molding planes: M. Long, handled tongue & groove planes; Burrowes & Co. screen molding plane, G.; Stanley R&L #135 transitional jack w/ Liberty Bell cap, Vg.; etc Sold For 17.50
  20. 2 – Plow planes w/ wooden stop screw arms: Copeland, w/ wooden depth stop screw, G+; other unsigned handled model, possible same maker, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  21. 5 – Measuring devices: Stanley #84-2ft brass edge folding rule, Vg.; Lufkin #751-2ft. folding rule, Vg.; Stanley #65 marking gauge, Vg.; Disston & Conaway 4” try square, Vg.; unsigned sliding-T bevel, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  22. 7  - Various planes, F. – G.: 5 – wooden; 2 – metal block planes Sold For 30.00
  23. 5 – Assorted tools: unsigned 9” drawknife, Vg; Pa. Saw Corp., York, brass back dovetail saw w/ turned handle, Vg.; Russell & Horsfield, Sheffield, 16” back saw, Vg.; etc. Sold For 45.00
  24. 4 – Various tools: Millers Falls #14 jack plane, G+; Craftsman block plane, G+; Lufkin #4 combination square, G+; Stanley “sweetheart” #21 combination square, G+ Sold For 15.00
  25. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #59 doweling jig, Vg.; Japanese 0-1” micrometer w/ slide-lid box, G.; partial Mifer, carving chisel set w/ long handles, missing 2 – chisels Sold For 25.00
  26. Plumb “Anchor Brand” broad hand axe, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  27. 4 – Edge tools: Stanley #75 bullnose block, G; wooden spoke shave w/ brass sole, G.; 2 – iron handle spoke shaves (1 – Stearns) Sold For 30.00
  28. 2 – Stanley #36 iron levels: 12” F. (1-vial damaged); 24” Vg. Sold For 17.50
  29. 4 – Measuring devices: Stanley: #104-18” cherry level w/ V-trademark, G+; #65 marking gauge, Vg.; Southington Hardware Co. mitre square, G+; B&E Mfg. 18” wooden level, G.; Sold For 7.50
  30. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: post-WWII #4 jack, G.; R&L #6 fore planed, circa 1910-12, ear chipped from handle Sold For 60.00
  31. 2 – Bench planes: Winchester 21”-C jointer, G. ear chip; Atlas Tool Co. 9” jack, G. Sold For 50.00
  32. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: cherry #3-26”, G.; R&L type 4 logo mahogany 30”, G+ Sold For 7.50
  33. 2 – Davis wooden levels w/ brass ends: Cook’s patents adjustable 28”, G+; patent 1867 cherry level,, F+ Sold For 12.50
  34. Stanley “sweetheart” #30-24” adjustable level, Vg (hanger hole drilled) Sold For 17.50
  35. 2 – Stanley cherry wood levels: #0-26”, G+, Vg.; #3-24”, G. – Vg. Sold For 15.00
  36. 2 – Cherry wood levels: C.S. Co. 26”, G+-Vg.; Disston & Morss, 30” owner branded, G+ Sold For 15.00
  37. 3 – Wooden levels: Stanley “sweetheart” #5-26” w/ brass caps, F+; Atlas 22”, F.; early Ball & Knapp 30” w/ brass view sight, F+ Sold For 15.00
  38. Tray lot assorted tools: Molle, T-handle bale hook, Vg.; assembled set of Jennings auger bits w/ #435 box, G.; 4–assorted wooden  molding planes: 3 – Phila. makers Sold For 30.00
  39. Henry Disston 5ft. lumberman’s 5 tier Doyle’s log board foot rule, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  40. 2 – Maine or Holland log rules: 1 – V. Fabian paper label. 16 tier log rule; B.M. 12 tier log rule w/ brass foot Sold For 75.00
  41. 2 – Board foot rules: Lufkin #3-3ft. 3tier rule, Vg.; unsigned #43 ½-3 tier hickory yard stick w/ brass shoe Sold For 45.00
  42. Cleveland Rule Co. #16 ½ D-4ft. Doyle log rule w/ 3 tiers per side 8-20ft. tiers, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  43. 2 – Lumberman’s rules: Snow & Neally Co., Bangor, “Maine Log Rule” 36”-8-20ft. tiers w/ brass cap, Vg.; unsigned pat. 4-7-1874 steel square capped board rule, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  44. 9 – Assorted wooden 6ft. zig-zag folding rules, G. – Vg.: 2 – Stanley: Victor #816; #X-227; 7 – assorted Lufkin (3 – white) Sold For 15.00
  45. Stanley R&L #94-4ft. brass bound 4-fold rule w/ oxbow joint, G+ Sold For 40.00
  46. Stanley R&L #15-2ft. brass bound 2-fold rule arch joint w/ Gunter’s slide, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  47. Penn & Co. Engineer’s 2ft.-two fold rule w/ brass Gunter’s slide, arch joint & it has 4 complex graphs, Additional Photo G+ - Vg. Sold For 110.00
  48. 2 – Wooden 3ft. four-fold wooden rules: Lufkin #3881 brass bound w/ oxbow joint, interior has owner’s initials otherwise E.; Rabone #1380 arch joint, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  49. 3 – Stanley 3ft. four-fold wooden rules: #66 w/arch joint & yard graduations, Vg.; #66 ½ w/ square joint, Vg.; #66 ½ w/ arch joint, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  50. 3 – Various metal measuring devices: embossed “Eagle Trademark” 6” flush-T bevel, Vg.; Winchester Trademark #9726-6” try square, Vg.; Craftsman #3983 aluminum torpedo level, G. Sold For 30.00
  51. 2 – L.S. Starrett, cast iron levels: 9”, E.; 6”, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  52. 4 – Stanley iron measuring devices: 2 - #12 try squares, Vg.: 10” & 4”; #34-4” machine level, G+; #36-6” level  w/ pat. 8-4-1896 over end arches, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  53. 4 – Measuring devices: Stanley: #2-4” miter square w/ pat. date, G.; unsigned #77 rosewood & brass mortise gauge, Vg.; #65 boxwood marking gauge, G;  Disston & Sons, #1-12” try square, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  54. Bit Stock Co., Greenfield, Mass. pat. 4-13-1867, brace w/ brass & iron twist chuck, rosewood & brass handle, & iron knurl. Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 40.00
  55. 3 – Trade specific wrenches: 2 – Indian Motorcycle; Maxwell #3 (Auto maker) Sold For 40.00
  56. Stanley #984 right angle ratchet brace, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  57. Union Mfg. Co., adjustable circular plane, similar to Stanley #113, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  58. 6 – Trade specific wrenches: 5 – Nash (Auto maker); 1- Maytag combination wrench Sold For 20.00
  59. 10- Assorted tools & primitives: Fray’s tool holder, Vg; Schrader tire gauge; Eveready flashlight; Fairview Dairy bottle cap opener; etc. Sold For 25.00
  60. Disston & Sons, pat. 10-29-1912, 12” brass bound cherry wood level, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  61. Disston, early combination bevel/try square w/ iron handle, G+ Sold For 10.00
  62. 5 – Farm related tools: wagon “King Pin” hub wrench; 5 – Hoof knives: Heller Bros. pat. 2/3/1903 iron handle; 3 – unsigned (1 – stag handle) Sold For 15.00
  63. 4 – Measuring devices: Stanley #66 ½-3ft. four-fold rule, E.; Union Tool Mfg. combination square, G+; homemade panel marking gauge w/ walnut wood fence, Vg.; Stanley “sweetheart” 15” try square Vg. Sold For 25.00
  64. 4 – Measuring devices: brass 3oz. plumb bob, Vg.; Stanley #36-6” iron level, Vg.; Stanley “Handyman” #H-1292 wooden torpedo level, Vg.; Craftsman #3983 aluminum torpedo level, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  65. 2 – Stanley bench planes, Vg.: “Two-tone”14”; “Victor” #1104 Sold For 45.00
  66. 2 – Corrugated bench smoother planes: Union Mfg. #4, Vg.; Siegley #4, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  67. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 jack w/ pat. 1910, Vg.; #5 ½ broad jack w/ circa 1910-12 trade logo, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  68. Winchester Trademark #3205-C jack, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  69. Stanley Bedrock #603 bench smoother plane, circa post WWII, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  70. Stanley “sweetheart” #A4 aluminum bench smoother plane, Vg w/ partial trade label on handle Sold For 120.00
  71. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley “sweetheart” pressed steel 9” bench plane, G+; Craftsman 13 ¼”-C fore plane, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  72. T.H. Witherby, 3” slick w/ walnut handle, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  73. W. Beatty & Son, 3” slick w/ Masonic emblem strike & modern turned replacement handle, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 90.00
  74. Oak machinist tool chest, refinished, w/ 5 drawer interior & front door, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  75. Stanley oak bench top tool chest w/ interior fold-out panel, 11 ¾” X 7 ½” X 30”, empty Vg.. Sold For 55.00
  76. 3 – Plumb bobs: lg. approx. 6lb. brass w/ screw cap & lg. steel tip, Vg.; solid brass w/ lug top & brass screw tip; late bright steel w/ screw cap, approx. 12oz. Sold For 65.00
  77. 2 – Tools, F.: Stanley #104-24” mahogany level; tanner’s currier knife Sold For 7.50
  78. 2 – Collectibles: climber’s ice pick (collectible); brass tipped fighting spear  Sold For 30.00
  79. 3 – handled tools: barrel hog/scorp, hooked blade for cleaning shipping barrels; hand wrought picaroon; miner’s pick, struck WMA Sold For 20.00
  80. Lorenzo Beck & Co. (East Goshen Twp., Chester Co.) side broad axe w/ owner John Wertz, 1856 & W.L.H., axe is severely damaged (do not use, weld split). Nice owner strike. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  81. 5 – Various company/owner struck tools: PRR, pick head; U.S. trench hand pick; B&MRR (Bluewater & Michigan) monkey wrench; B&O RR (Baltimore & Ohio) monkey wrench; Cadillac adj. auto wrench Sold For 20.00
  82. 2 – Wooden planes: homemade oak handled jointer plane w/ Sandusky Tool Co. knife, Vg.; Greenfield Tool Co. block plane w/ inlaid throat plate, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  83. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – various leather shoe hammers; small iron screw/bottle jack; iron combination crate hammer3 Sold For 25.00
  84. 3 – Plane: Stanley #191 improved rabbet, G.; 2 – small block planes (1 – Stanley) Sold For 30.00
  85. 2 – Iron block planes: Stanley R&L #130 dbl. ender block, Vg.; no-name 5” squirrel tail handled block, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  86. 4 – Stanley block planes, Vg: #60 ½ low angle; 2 - #9 ½; 1 - #15 Sold For 80.00
  87. 4 – Stanley block planes: pre-1910 #103, G+; #110 w/ chrome plated cap; #120 w/ lever; Handyman model Sold For 17.50
  88. 9 – Assorted metal work hammers: flatter; fuller; brass planishing; 2-round & square planishing hammers; etc. Sold For 75.00
  89. 4 – Block planes: Sears #187-37161, Vg.; Stanley #G12-060 low angle; Sargent #5 ½ , G+; Sargent #102,G. Sold For 55.00
  90. Tray lot assorted:  16 – screwdrivers (most Stanley); 6 – carving chisels; etc. Sold For 22.50
  91. 3- Stanley “sweetheart” wooden folding rules, G+: #18-2ft. two-fold w/ brass square joint; #36 ½-1ft. two-fold caliper/rule; #61-2ft four-fold w/ square joint, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  92. 7 – Assorted Stanley measuring devices: 2 - #65 marking gauges (1 – “sweetheart”, E.); #81-2ft four-fold rule, Vg.; 2 – sliding-T bevels, Vg. (1 – “sweetheart”); #426-6ft. aluminum zig-zag rule, G.; #2- 7 ½” mitre square, G+ Sold For 15.00
  93. W. Johnson, Newark, boxwood slitting gauge, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. w/ calibrated rail Sold For 55.00
  94. Stratton Bros. Greenfield, Mass. multi-pat. w/ last 3/22/1888, 30” brass bound rosewood level w/ brass trimmed site, hanger hole drilled, Additional Photo otherwise Vg+ Sold For 40.00
  95. C.S. Co. 28” cherry adjustable wooden dial level w/ brass peep site, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 35.00
  96. 2- Iron framed levels: Stanley #36-6”, Vg.; L.S. Starrett Co. 10” adjustable grade pitch level, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  97. Disston & Sons #D-16-26”-5 ½ pt. hand saw, Vg Sold For 50.00
  98. Disston & Sons #D-!7-26” “Disston Double Duty” w/ sway back, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  99. .3 – Wooden marking gauges: rare, J. Stamm (Joseph), Mt. Joy, Lancaster, mortise gauge, G+; Fulton marking gauge, Vg.; Stanley #61 marking gauge Sold For 65.00
  100. 6 – Various hammers: odd-ball combination ball-peen/claw; coach trimmer’s hammer w/ coach scene strike; Dunlap “Farrier’s” claw; 2 – cobbler’s round hammers Sold For 80.00
  101. 2 – Cheney hammers, G+: 24oz. claw w/ patented nail holder & adze poll; #777 chisel tail w/ bell poll Sold For 50.00
  102. 6 – Assorted measuring devices: 4 – folding rules: Stanley R&L #18-2ft. two-fold, Vg.; Keen Kutter #K680-2ft. four-fold, G.; Chapin #72-1ft. four-fold caliper rule, Vg.; Upson Nut Co. #61-2ft. four-fold , Vg.; 2 – Stanley sliding-T bevels w/ rosewood & brass, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  103. 5 – Various claw hammers: Maydole 16oz. straight claw; Stanley 12oz. bell poll; Beryllium non-spark claw; 2 – modern claws w/ adj. head angle, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  104. Rare, Stanley #171 door trim & router plane, manufactured 1911-34, w/ rosewood handles, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 290.00
  105. 2 – Metal bench planes: #05-C bench plane w/ Winchester trademarked blade, G.; Stanley “Victor” #1104 jack, G+ Sold For 10.00
  106. 3 – Wooden bench planes: Ogontz, 21 ½” jointer, G+; Stanley R&L #28 transitional fore plane, G.; Ensenore Works, 16” jointer w/ owner accent compass decoration at button and brass push pin decorations Sold For 25.00
  107. Stanley #45 combination molding plane. Plane has #16 iron only, Vg. condition Sold For 50.00
  108. Stanley #48 flip-bottom T&G plane, G+ Sold For 45.00
  109. 2 – Hand wrought drawknives: J. Bowmaster, handle maker 2”, Vg; unsigned 8” trencher gouge drawknife Sold For 30.00
  110. 4 – Claw hammers: 3 – Plumb (1 – marked PRR); unusual square poll claw by unknown maker, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  111. 3 – Tools: Stanley #H122 shingling half hatchet, G; C. Hammond #2 shingling half hatchet, G.; Stanley “Bell System” sledge, G+ Sold For 35.00
  112. Box lot 8 – assorted iron frame braces w/ various types of chucks (some patented) Sold For 150.00
  113. Unsigned Atlas? beam boring drill w/ two handle crank, G+ Sold For 65.00
  114. 2 – Drilling devices: Millers Falls T-handle 2” auger, Vg.; T-handle tapered tap auger, G. Sold For 15.00
  115. A. Stein, brass & iron trammel point set w/ ½” X 1 ¼” lignum Vitae rail, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  116. Unsigned Stanley #3 brass trammel point set w/ ½” X 1 ¼” Cocobolo rail, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  117. H.J. Swentzel, compass/trammel point set w/ 3/8” X ¾” mahogany center point brass tipped, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  118. 3 – Various hammers: 2 – Box maker’s slaw hammers w/ stepped claws & adze polls, G+ - Vg.; hand wrought millstone dressing hammer, G. Sold For 35.00
  119. 4 – Spoke shaves: Stearns improved iron shave, G.; 3 – wooden shaves (1 – W. Jennson, w/ brass adjustment knobs) Sold For 30.00
  120. 4 – Various hammers: tinsmith’s creasing hammer; M. Hey, Phila. iron handle ice knocker for sleighs, Vg.; ice knocker w/ wooden handle; blacksmith’s half moon cutter Sold For 35.00
  121. Tray lot assorted tools: unsigned 7” drawknife w/ safety handles; plumber’s pipe flaring tool; J. Casper’s patent, pipe pliers; Disston 50ft. tape measure etc. Sold For 20.00
  122. 4 – Small adjustable wrenches: Mossberg Wrench w/ pat. 12-31-1885, Vg.; Billings & Spencer, #97 nut wrench, pat. 9-29-1896, Vg,; Gellman Wrench Co. #61-6” adj. jaw; etc. Sold For 20.00
  123. 4 – Small adjustable wrenches: Elgin, pat. 6-8-1897 adjustable alligator jar; Mossberg “Sterling” #1, G.; Cochran “Speednut” 6”, pat. 5-2-1916, Vg.; unknown (possibly German) double jaw nut wrench Sold For 40.00
  124. 6 – Assorted adj. wrenches: Coes; Larc-O-Matic; Wade Wrench Co.; Etc. Sold For 40.00
  125. 4 – Various measuring devices: Rolatape walking measuring wheel w/ case; trade adv. combination 18” level/rule; Exact Level & Tool Co. aluminum torpedo level; Stanley #34 1/V 12” rule Sold For 7.50
  126. Tray lot assorted pliers & adjustable wrenches, various models (some patented) Sold For 30.00
  127. 3 – Hatchets: Collins “Red Seal” full shingling hatchet, Vg.; Germantown “Master Builder” half hatchet w/ round poll, G+; Germantown, lathing hatchet, altered knife cut edge for sheet rock. Sold For 35.00
  128. 4 – Claw hammers: Madox 16oz.; framers’ straight claw, G.; 2 – hand wrought, G. Sold For 10.00
  129. 16 – Leather working tools: cobbler’s hammer; edge & seam shapers; stitch marker; Stitcher; etc. Sold For 50.00
  130. 5 – Assorted hammers: 4 – Upholsterer’s tack hammers: 2 – Stanley;  2 – G.W. Mount, double magnetic tip; Stanley 3oz. rivet, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  131. 4 – Hammers: G.W. M., upholsterer’s claw w/ extended poll; double head planishing hammer; Plumb Rivet; etc. Sold For 20.00
  132. 2 – Brass backed dovetailed saws w/ turned handles: Avia, 6”, G; unsigned 4 ½”, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  133. 3 – Braces: signed Holterhof, German, ball brace w/ thumbscrew chuck, Vg.; Craftsman “Professional” 10” ratchet brace, E.; Stanley #02-942 12” ratchet brace, G+ Sold For 130.00
  134. 5 – Small hammers: Boney, 2oz. ball-peen; upholsterer’s claw; brass Jeweler’s; Wright Machine Co. rubber face planishing hammer; etc. Sold For 30.00
  135. 11 – Cabinet maker’s turn screw drivers, G. – Vg. (3 – English) Sold For 45.00
  136. 4 – Assorted upholsterer’s & coach trimmer’s hammers: 1 – Osborne; & 1 – Bluegrass Sold For 35.00
  137. 4 – Various metal bench jack plane, Vg.: 2 - Stanley “Defiance”; Great Neck; Millers Falls #9 Sold For 30.00
  138. Tray lot assorted Stanley tools: 4 – block planes, G. – Vg.; #21 combination square, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  139. 10 – Assorted chisels: 3 – Stanley; 2 – Buck Bros.; etc. Sold For 75.00
  140. Modern oak Machinist’s tool chest. It has lift lid w/ felt lined tray top & mirror inside lid. It has 8 drawers, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  141. Wooden tool box w/ assorted screwdrivers; bearing scrapers; small casting pot; t-handle gimlet; etc. Sold For 45.00
  142. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: #102-14”, Vg.; #5-24” brass tipped w/ V-trademark, G+ Sold For 15.00
  143. Stanley #80-30” brass tipped adjustable level, refinished varnished, G+ Sold For 7.50
  144. 2 – Tools: Stanley #36-18” iron level, G+; Joe Kulicheck piano tuning wrench, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  145. Tray lot 7 – various push drills & “Yankee” screwdrivers, most Vg. Sold For 7.50
  146. 6 - Craftsman lathe knife set, G+ - Vg. Sold For 40.00
  147. 3 – Specialty saws: 2 – Disston #68 dovetail back saws w/ turned handles, G+ - Vg,; veneer cutting saw w/ angled handle, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  148. Tray lot assorted leather working & other tools:2 – hand stitchers; small tack puller; 2 – tool holder handles; pie crimper, etc. Sold For 20.00
  149. Tray lot 4 – hammers, most leatherworking: French pattern cramping hammer, marked S. H. & M., Vg.; 2 - coach trimmer’s hammer Selock #5 w/ ext. poll & straight claw & extended octagon poll w/  needle pin tail; magnetic tip tack hammer; Sold For 35.00
  150. Tray lot assorted tools: Clark’s Patent animal hand clippers w/ mahogany handles, Vg.; W.H. Clay, cabinet makers turn screwdriver; Stillman saw set, Vg, ; etc. Sold For 17.50
  151. Tray lot assorted tools: complete 3/8” lettering set, Vg.; Mohawk hand drill, Vg.; brass 16oz. contractor’s plumb bob w/ sheath, G; steel plumb bob Sold For 35.00
  152. 3 – Various bench planes: Millers Falls #14 jack, Vg.; Stanley Victor #1105 jack, Vg.; Great Neck #G-5 jack plane, G. Sold For 25.00
  153. 7 – Assorted lathe knives w/ long handles, Vg.: 4 – Buck Bros.; 1 – W. Butcher, etc. Sold For 30.00
  154. Tray Lot 5 – Various metalwork hammers: round & square dbl.-head planishing hammer, Vg.; 2 – Welding hammers w/ round polls; Plumb, 6oz. rivet hammer; embossing hammer, G. Sold For 35.00
  155. 4 – Various tools: Plumb, 24oz. shingling half hatchet, Vg.; True Temper, 16oz. claw hammer; make-do bill-poster tack hammer (common tack w/ log handle); reproduction crate hatchet Sold For 20.00
  156. 2 – Stanley Breast drills: #743, refinished, G+; #741, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  157. 5 – Various hammers: coach trimmer’s strap handle upholstery hammer, Vg.; late, True Temper rivet; anti-spark dead-blow hammer, Vg.; Stanley 3oz. ball-peen, G+; small rubber dead-blow mallet Sold For 25.00
  158. 11 – Carving chisels: 6pc. Buck Bros. “beginner’s set” neoprene handles in original box, Vg.; 5 – various antique carving chisels  all w/ long handles (3 – gouges) Sold For 35.00
  159. Tray lot assorted tools: 12 – wooden handle screwdrivers: tack puller w/ wooden handle; no-name bench smoother plane w/ Stanley iron, G. Sold For 15.00
  160. 2 – Saws: Wm. McNiece, Phila. butcher saw w/ brass spit-nuts, G.; K-D Mfg., Lancaster, convertible handle hack saw, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  161. 3 – Assorted corner chisels, no handles: Ohio Tool Co., socket; unsigned, G.; Barn framers hand wrought w/ solid rod handle, Vg/ Sold For 60.00
  162. Tray lot assorted tools: Millers Falls, adj. buggy wrench, G.; 2ft. metal advertising folding rule; box lot of assorted leather punches, G. Sold For 25.00
  163. 4 – Various spoke shaves: 2 – wooden (1 – w/ brass sole); 2 – iron frame: Martin’s straight handle, missing blade, G.; Stanley #53, G. Sold For 22.50
  164. 3 – Various tools: lathe sizing tool w/ heavy-duty adjustable gauge, Vg.; small Millers Falls hand drill w/ rosewood tool holder handle, G+; hand wrought coal tongs Sold For 30.00
  165. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: Geo. Wheatcroft, rosewood & brass mortise gauge, owner J. Rose strike, G+; Stanley #65 marking gauge, Vg,; 6” mitre square w/ pat. 4-16-1872, Vg,; combination sliding-T bevel square, G.; homemade cherry & oak bevel, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  166. John Bell, Phila. screw arm sash molding plane w/ boxwood threads & knobs, full boxing on sole, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  167. 12- assorted iron block planes, G Sold For 40.00
  168. 3 – Metal bench planes: Sargent #1408 jack, Vg.; Millers Falls #9 jack, G+; Stanley Bailey #4 ½ smoother w/ pat. date on blade, F+ Sold For 60.00
  169. Stanley #20 adj. circular plane w/ pat. date on blade, F+ - G. Sold For 22.50
  170. 2 – Wooden sash molding planes: M. Copeland w/ boxwood threads & knobs, G.; J. Colton, altered cut, F. Sold For 20.00
  171. 2 –Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5-C, “sweetheart” damage knob, F+; #4 ½-C, damaged knob, G. Sold For 60.00
  172. 2 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned handled core box plane, F+ - G.; unsigned 18th century gutter plane w/ Ward iron, G. Sold For 20.00
  173. John Bell, Phila. wedge arm handled panel grooving plane, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  174. Sandusky Tool Co. #149 bridge builders’ off-set rabbet plane, Vg., w/ owner C. Frisbie strike Sold For 40.00
  175. 3 – Wooden sash makers planes: Gabriel, wedge arm sash fillister, 2 – different owner brands, G+; unsigned adjustable sash molder w/ brass diamond screw plates, G.; Sandusky #99 T&G plane, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  176. Tray lot drilling devices: James Bee, Sheffield brass braced wooden brace w/ Rosewood (Henry Brown, brass) knurl, Vg.; assorted early vintage bits (most signed) Sold For 50.00
  177. 2 – 18th century slide arm plow planes w/ wooden stop screws & wooden depth gauges w/ wooden screw stops, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  178. L. & I.J. White, #90 Hogshead chamfer knife, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  179. 2 – Primitive tools: unsigned hand wrought froe, G+; homemade cooper’s Sawtooth croze, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  180. White? 5” cooper’s chamfer knife, G+- Vg. Sold For 35.00
  181. Homemade wooden slitting gauge w/ lg. oval fence that has lg. wrought iron stop screw, rail has iron sole, slitter is handled & has bone slide insert & roller, Additional Photo G.(No knife) Sold For 17.50
  182. W.O. Hickok, Harrisburg, wooden book binder’s clamp, G+, 28” overall width, G+ Sold For 35.00
  183. Geo. H. Bishop & Co. #10, pat. 1-9-06 combination multi-edge saw, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  184. Box lot 12 – assorted wooden molding planes: 2 – homemade “Rock/chestnut” oak molding planes (1- initialed & dated 1943); beech side bead dated 1850; Burrowes Co. patented sliding screen plane; etc. Sold For 50.00
  185. Box assorted tool & how-to references:: H.B. Early American Furniture; P.B. Country Wood Projects; Scroll Saw Silhouette Patterns; etc. Sold For 5.00
  186. 4 – Stanley edge tools: #80M scraper, Vg.; #151 adjustable spoke shave, Vg.; #51 spoke shave, Vg.; Stanley “sweetheart” scraper, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  187. 5 – Stanley block planes, G+ - Vg.: “sweetheart” #65 low angle w/ knuckle-joint cap; #9 ¼; #110 (late era); etc. Sold For 50.00
  188. 4 – Small block planes: R&L pre-1900 #103, G+; #75 bullnose rabbet/block, G+; 2 - #101, G. Sold For 22.50
  189. 2 – Planes: Stanley Bailey #36 transitional jack, Vg.; Union Mfg. iron double-ender block, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  190. 2 – Stanley planes: #190 improved rabbet, Vg.; #5 jack, late model w/ burgundy deck, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  191. Stanley #48 flip-bottom T&G plane, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  192. Stanley #10 cabinet maker’s rabbet plane w/ V-trademark, circa 1912-29, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  193. Tray lot 4 – Stanley “Handyman” tools, E.: #H1203 jack, N.I.B.; #H1247 block, NIB; #H432 saw set, w/ original box; #1292 torpedo level Sold For 35.00
  194. Stanley Bailey #4 bench smoother, post WWII, NIB Sold For 60.00
  195. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #A-6 Aluminum fore plane w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  196. Stanley R&L #8-C jointer, circa 1910-12 trademark, G+ (chip on corner of rail) Sold For 50.00
  197. Stanley #7 jointer w/ pat. 4-19-1892 on iron & last pat. 1902 on deck, G+ Sold For 70.00
  198. 2 – Early Stanley Bailey bench planes, Vg.: R&L #4, circa 1910-12; R&L #5, circa 1910-12, jack. Sold For 60.00
  199. Stanley R&L #132-26” transitional jointer w/ “Liberty Bell” screw cap, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  200. Stanley “sweetheart” #237-24” metal level, G+ - Vg. Sold For 20.00
  201. 2 – Stanley #36 iron frame levels, Vg.: 12” w/ pat. date on rail; 18” Sold For 40.00
  202. Tray lot 4 – Stanley measuring devices: “sweetheart” #20-8” try square, Vg.; “sweetheart” #21 combination square, Vg.; unsigned #77 mortise gauge, G+ - Vg.; Stanley try square w/ rosewood infilled iron tray square, G Sold For 20.00
  203. Early Stanley Bailey #7-C jointer, patented dated iron, G+ Sold For 90.00
  204. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #6-C for plane, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  205. 2 – Stanley tools: early, Bailey #3 bench smoother w/ pat. date on iron, Vg; “100 Plus” #1610 hand drill, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  206. 2 – Stanley siding marking gauges: #88 & #89 clapboard siding gauges, G+ Sold For 7.50
  207. Stanley R&L Bailey #4 ½ broad smoother bench plane w/ circa 1910-12 trademark, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  208. Box lot assorted tool catalogs, mostly later era catalogs: Browne & Sharpe; Starrett #27 & #28; Lufkin #8; Stanley; etc. Sold For 5.00
  209. 2 – Stanley Bailey, post WWII era bench planes, Vg.: #3 & #4 smoother jacks Sold For 60.00
  210. Tray lot: lg. brass & glass engine oiler by Essex Brass Co., Vg.; Thomas Publishers Register of American Manufacturers, re-print 1905-06, VG. Sold For 100.00
  211. 2 – Measuring devices: hand wrought 14” winged divider compass, F. – G; R.H. McNally turner’s dbl. outside caliper, G. Sold For 60.00
  212. 2 – Hand wrought measuring devices: single strap 7” diameter wheel traveler, G+ - Vg.; combined cast iron string winder w/ wrought iron stake, G. Sold For 22.50
  213. 3 – Various measuring devices: wrought iron single strap 7 ½” diameter wheel traveler w/ iron handle, Vg.; homemade 24” wooden divider/compass w/ nail tips, G.; Stanley #240- 4ft. wooden slide-by rule, G. Sold For 17.50
  214.  Tray lot 4 – iron planes: Stanley #G5-C jack, chipped rail & missing knob; Sargent 9” jack plane, F. - G.; Stanley #220 block V-strike trademark, G.; Union #227 block, G. Sold For 30.00
  215. Tray lot tools & collectibles: Stanley #36-6” iron level, G+; combination bevel/folding rule, F.; 2 – stiff-joint dividers; etc. Sold For 7.50
  216. Tray lot drilling devices: Miller Falls #12 breast drill, Vg.; Millers Falls #1950 ratchet brace; Cornwell Tool Co. canvas roll w/ 6 auger bits Sold For 15.00
  217. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: Craftsman #1071 “egg beater” hand drill; A.H. Reid, Phila. Archimedes drill w/ rosewood knurl, G.; Yankee #41Y push drill; Millers Falls #610A spiral screwdriver, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  218. 3 – Stanley planes: No. 90 improved steel case rabbet w/ spurs, F. original plate cut & replaced w/ iron replacement brace; #65 low angle block w/ knuckle-joint cap, G.; #78 rabbet/fillister plane, G+ Sold For 30.00
  219. 4 – Various block planes:  Stanley #60 low angle; Stanley “Handyman”; Worth; etc. Sold For 20.00
  220. Tray lot tools w/ original boxes: Kunz #112 scraper plane, rust F+ - G.; Stanley #373 ½ butt maker, 2 – Sandvik bits w/ attachments; Irwin “Speed Bit” paddle wood bits, G. Sold For 45.00
  221. 4 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston: #D-7-10pt., G+; #D-23-5 ½ pt. Vg.; 2 – Craftsman: 8pt., Vg.; 5 ½ pt. , Vg. Sold For 17.50
  222. 2 – Gage Tool Co. 24” jointer planes, G. Sold For 30.00
  223. 3 – Assorted tools: small oak tool chest w/ keyed lock & brass drawer handle, G.; Buhl, Michigan embossed hatchet, F+; hand wrought mechanics screwdriver, 17 1/2:” overall length, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  224. Tray lot assorted tools: piano tuner’s wrench w/ rosewood handle & extra wrench tip heads; ebony parallel rule; Stanley “sweetheart” #20-9” try square, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  225. 2 – planes M. Long, Reading wedge arm plow plane, cracked arm, G.; Sargent combination molding plane w/ only 1 – iron, G> Sold For 25.00
  226. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: Millers Falls combination ratchet t-handle brace bit, G+; t-handle grill, 2 – longer handle gimlets; G.; T-handle tap auger, G+ Sold For 20.00
  227. Tray lot assorted tools: Alec Woldert Co. nut cracker; lg. hand wrought. Screwdriver; /etc… Sold For 45.00
  228. 5 – Assorted wooden molding planes: homemade core-box plane, G+; homemade round coping plane, Vg.; Norton , Camden, rabbet plane, G+ etc. Sold For 25.00
  229. 2 – Grecian Ovolo molding planes: H. Hills, Springfield, Vg.; Collis, G+ - Vg. Sold For 30.00
  230. 3 – Tool catalogs: Wm. Taylor & Co. , Allentown, 1952; Thomas Scientific Apparatus, 1971; Fisher Modern Laboratory Appliances, 1960 Sold For 7.50
  231. Stanley No. 71 router w/ rosewood handles, G+ - Vg. Sold For 90.00
  232. 3 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – iron sash molding plane, owner strike of J.J. Leonard, G+ - Vg.; Andruss, Newark, NJ. full boxed side bead plane, Vg.; J. Colton, Phila. sash coping plane, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  233.  Butler, Phila, circa 1830, wooden panel raiser plane w/ James Cam 3” iron, branded owner initial I.T. on rail, chip to ear of handle, Additional Photo G+ Sold For 85.00
  234. (Made for R. & W.C. Biddle & Co., Phila.) 2” handled Grecian ogee w/ bevel molding plane w/ French  Co. iron, owner struck B. Fink, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  235. Rare, M. Daub, (circa 1830, Bethel Twp., Lebanon Co.) lg. handled wooden pilaster fluting plane, 4 ½” overall width w/ 2 ¾” center bead, Vg.. Plane has tow rope hole Sold For 750.00
  236. Rare, R.A. Parrish, Phila. 3 ½” off-center handled cornice molding plane, owner branded J. Rudy, possible replaced iron, Additional Photo G+ - VG. Sold For 50.00
  237. 2 – Handled wooden molding planes: Henry G. White, Phila. 1 5/8” Grecian ogee w/ bevel. Plane has P.M. D.F. Hovey’s Patent iron, Vg.; Wm. Souder, Phila. 1 1/8” quarter round w/ Staley iron, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  238. Matched pr. Bensen & Crannell, Albany, handle panel tongue & groove plane w/ owner strike H. Waldorf, G+ - Vg. Sold For 20.00
  239. Israel White, Phila. handled 2 ½” ovolo w/ side bead.& small knick-plow iron. The plane has Lignum Vitae boxing, Additional Photo refinished Vg. Sold For 120.00
  240. 6 – Assorted M. Long, (Reading maker) wooden molding planes, G. – Vg.: skew rabbet; T-rabbet; 3 – side bead; round Sold For 50.00
  241. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes (most Phila. makers), G. – Vg.: D. Colton, 3/16” center bead; J. Cummings (Tenn. Maker) side bead; 2 - John Bell, side bead (1 – owner brands of J. Nonamaker) ; W. Grinel (1814-19, Phila.) coping; Greenfield tool rabbet; Sold For 40.00
  242. 6 – Wooden molding planes, G. – Vg.: match pair Bensen & Crannell, Albany handled T & G planes; Bensen & Crannell rabbet; Bensen & McCall, groover, missing iron; Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens, 1 5/8” nosing; Casey & Co. side bead, G. Sold For 40.00
  243. 3 – Lg. engineer’s turn screw drivers. All are hand wrought & 1 turning shaped grasp. 22” – 25” overall length, G+ Sold For 17.50
  244. 3 – Disston & Sons, #D8-26” handsaws w/ finger-hole handles: G. – Vg. Sold For 45.00
  245. 2 – Disston & Sons, 20” Handsaws: 12pt. w/ highly carved handle, G+; D-8-10pt., G+ - Vg/ Sold For 50.00
  246. 3 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: early 28”-6pt. w/ lg. button, G; #D-23-9pt. G+; 24”-11pt, G. Sold For 45.00
  247. Disston & Sons, #D-100 w/ mid-Century aluminum & walnut handle, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  248. 3 – Various handsaws: Keen Kutter #K-88-26”-10pt., Vg.; Simonds 24”-16pt. G+; Keystone “Challenger” 26”-10pt. G+ - Vg. Sold For 22.50
  249. 2 – Handsaws w/ graphics: Penn State, York, Pa. w/ “William Penn” 8pt, Vg.; Panama-Pacific “1 Divide”, Delaware Saw Co. 8pt., Additional Photo G+, circa 1915 Exposition, (graphics weak on upper portion) Sold For 30.00
  250. H. Chapin, Union Factory 26” mahogany brass tipped level, Vg+ Sold For 12.50
  251. Stanley R&L #96-28” brass bound mahogany level, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  252. Oakleaf, #E-30-28” adjustable brass capped cherry level, Vg. Sold For 5.00
  253. Stanley “sweetheart” #1193-24” brass bound mahogany level, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  254. Stratton Brothers, Greenfield, Mass. #1-28” brass bound mahogany level, good refinish project, G. – G+ Sold For 10.00
  255. 3 – Lg. Engineer’s hand wrought turn-screw drivers: unsigned 21” w/ turned & fluted walnut handle, G+; 25” marked M.Z. w/rod shaft & walnut handle, G+; 22” w/ maple pad shaped handle, G. Sold For 22.50
  256. 3 – Lg. Engineer’s hand wrought turn-screw drivers: 25” octagon shaft w/ walnut handle, G.; 17 ½” wide shaped blade w/ oak pad handle, G.; late 27” rod shank w/ turned oak handle, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  257. 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional jointer planes: #31 “sweetheart”, G+; #33 R&L, G+-Vg. Sold For 40.00
  258. 2 – Wooden sole jointer planes: Homemade 19” w/ Lignum Vitae sole, mahogany body, & maple handle, Vg.; Siegley 24” transitional, G+ Sold For 25.00
  259. Baker-McMillen Co. #5 ½ - 28” rosewood? brass bound wooden level w/ oversized vials, Additional Photo G+ Sold For 15.00
  260. Disston & Sons, pat. 10-29-1912, 24” brass bound mahogany level, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 60.00
  261. Greenfield Tool Co. #688 panel raising plane, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  262. Rare, J.W. Massey, Phila. circa 1830, wooden screw adjustable sash molding plane. Boxwood Knob handled threads & boxwood knobs, VG. Sold For 130.00
  263. Tray lot 6 – Long family wooden planes: 4 – M. Long (Mathias, mid-1800 in Reading, Pa.): compass smoothing block, G.; 1 ¼” nosing, G+; table hollow, G.; ¼” side bead, Vg.; G. Long (Eastern Pa.): side bead w/ fillet strip, Vg.; D. Long (David, 1820 – Wheatfield, Pa.) round, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  264. 2 – Hardwood coffin shaped block planes: Lignum Vitae 8 ¾” w/ Moulson Brothers iron, owner struck E.F. Dunham, lg. crack extending from throat toward nose of plane; unsigned 8 ½” boxwood w/ Charles Buck iron & maple wedge, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  265. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: I. White, Grecian ovolo w/ bead, missing fillet strip but has Lignum Vitae boxing; 2 - J.W. Massey, Phila.:  rabbet, G. & side bead, Vg; W. Butler, Phila, quarter round, owner branded J.B.K. Young; unknown (?) round, G+; Eastburn (Robert, NJ. maker) side bead, F+ Sold For 35.00
  266. 7 – Assorted type wooden bead molding plane, G. – Vg., makers include: 2 – Neass & Co., Phila.; 2 – Sandusky Tool; Auburn Tool Co.; Ohio Tool Co. Sold For 50.00
  267. Early, W. Engels, wrought iron brace w/ brass ball grip & rosewood knurl. Brace has spring-back push button chuck, G+ Sold For 130.00
  268. 2 – Braces: Shepheres & Irving, patent brass framed w/ rosewood knurl, F+ - G.; signed (?) w/ Rose Patent chuck, pat. 4-16-1867 w/ thread tight chuck w/ brass collar, G., possible early Millers Falls model w/ iron Knurl, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  269. 2 – Early, iron framed braces: lever button chuck brace w/ iron knurl & handle, F+ - G.; Holt Mfg. Co., patent Dec. 14, 1880 brace w/ wing nut tightened chuck, G. Sold For 10.00
  270. 2  - Tools: J. Chantrell patent 9-4-1883, threaded chuck, iron framed brace w/ rosewood handle & knurl, G+ - Vg.; Lg. hand wrought Engineer’s turn screw driver w/ shaped iron shank & walnut handle, 28” overall length, G+ Sold For 30.00
  271. 3 – Disston Handsaws: D-8-26”-5pt., G+; D-8-26”-6pt., G+; 20”-11pt. G+ Sold For 40.00
  272. 3 – Disston handsaws: D-23-26”-8pt. Vg.; D-85-26”-8pt. w/ resin handle, G+-Vg.; 26”-8pt., G. Sold For 55.00
  273. 2 – Early, Disston handsaws: Disston & Son (1yr. only) #7-26”-11pt. w/ lg. button & brass split-nuts, F.-G.; 26”-8pt. w/ McParlin shaped grip handle, G. Sold For 40.00
  274. 2 – Handsaws: Franklin Saw Co. 26”-10pt. w/ carved handle, G+; F.B. Earle, #0-26”-10pt. w/ nip, G. – G+ Sold For 7.50
  275. 2 – Handsaws: Royal Blue- trade-mark, 12” shoulder back saw, Vg.; unsigned 17”-16pt. Sold For 10.00
  276. T. Constantine, Sheffield, 16” brass back tenon saw w/ brass split-nuts, Additional Photo G+ Sold For 45.00
  277. 4 – Various Disston & Sons, handsaws, G. – Vg. Sold For 45.00
  278. 2 – Atkins & Co. 26” hand saws: #65-8pt. w/ walnut carved handle, G+-Vg.; 8pt. holly pattern pressed handle, G+ Sold For 30.00
  279. Lg. Red painted Carpenter’s tool chest on iron roller wheels. Interior has three tiers of sliding drawers. The chest has dovetailed construction w/ lift lid & cabinet latch. Size – 41”X26”X30” Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  280. No lot
  281. Stanley oak bench top tool chest w/ roll up tambour door. This post WWII era cabinet has original label on interior of back, & small brass tag on front rail. The cabinet has 10 various tools included, Additional Photo most Vg. condition. Sold For 130.00
  282. Green & black painted carpenter’s tool chest w/ brass banded lid. Lid interior is inlay decorated. Size – 39 ½” X 23 ½” X 21”, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 120.00
  283. W.E. & J. Barnes Co., foot operated mortise machine w/ 3 claw feet & cast iron frame, re-painted surface. Size – 58” overall height Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 210.00
  284. Ajax (?) beam boring drill w/ two-crank handles & wooden egg shaped grips, G. Sold For 65.00
  285. Stanley Works “sweetheart” oak slant lid carpenter’s tool box w/ ice box hinges & lg. brass “sweetheart” tag, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. Sold For 375.00
  286. W. Butcher #2 carpenter’s adze w/ 4” edge & extended poll, G+ (some pitting) Sold For 50.00
  287. 2 Pr. brass trammel points w/ mahogany rails: Stanley #3 improved brass trammel points w/ steel tips on 7/16” X 1 1/8” rail, Vg.; Master #2 trammel points, on 3/8” X ¾” rail (one point has pencil holder) Sold For 55.00
  288. 2 Pr. Brass trammel points: Stanley #2 improved trammel points w/ 3/8” X 7/8” rail (1 w/ pencil holder); unknown maker octagon brass w/ steel tip trammels on ¼” X ¼” metal rail, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  289. 3 Pr. trammel points: Stanley #4 trammel points (1 – pencil holder); 2 – late Starrett trammel point sets Sold For 35.00
  290. 2 – Wooden lumberman’s sticks: M.M. Chapin, 3ft. 4-tier 9ft.-16ft. board foot rule w/ brass square foot, Vg.; Lufkin flexible freight stick w/ brass tip, G. Sold For 45.00
  291. 2 – Wooden specialty rules: unsigned 2ft. handled lumberyard board foot rule w/ brass foot & 4 tier pr. side, Vg.; Rare, Mahogany Mast/spar makers’ rule (?) w/ 9 tiers per side. This rule uses a center mark to mark off material to be removed Sold For 85.00
  292. 2 – Flexible log rules: Lufkin 3ft. steel 3 tier rule w/ brass foot & mahogany handle; 3ft. 3 tier hickory rule w/ brass foot, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  293. 2 – Wooden rules: Button Log Rule Co. 50” 3 tier Scribner’s Special; Cleveland Rule Co. 30” 5 tier flexible log rule w/ brass foot, G. Sold For 55.00
  294. P.S. & W. Co. #1 - 3” socket handle slick w/ modern turned maple handle, Vg. Sold For 120.00
  295. #350 - G.F.F. w/ Steer head strike signed, left hand “Goosewing” axe. This axe is probably a continental import w/ German styling similar to Berks Co. axes w/ tapered sockets. 13 ½” edge, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. Sold For 190.00
  296. 3 – Primitive type tools: small Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa. 6 ¼” cleaver, Vg.; Wilcox’s, brass front spring scales, 0-24lbs, G+; brass & glass small machine oiler, VG. Sold For 25.00
  297. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 6 – various zig-zag 6ft. folding rules, G. – Vg.; Starrett #50-A trammel point set, Vg. in original box Sold For 17.50
  298. 2 – Stanley Bailey #5 bench jack planes: early #5-C w/ low rosewood knob, blade is unmarked, G+. – Vg.; post WWII era, smooth bottom w/ orange embossed lever cap, painted handle & knob, G+ Sold For 60.00
  299. Modern unsigned butt mortise plane w/ original Woodcraft Supply Co. box, E. Sold For 40.00
  300. Stanley “sweetheart” #A-4 aluminum bench smoother plane w/ rosewood handle & knob, has partial original label, circa 1925-38, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  301. Stanley #45 combination molding plane in metal slide-lid tool box, appears complete. Paperwork is from 1912, G+ - Vg. Sold For 80.00
  302. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #4 ½-C broad smoother plane w/ high rosewood knob, circa 1921-25, Vg.; #5 jack, circa 1912-20 V-trademark, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  303. Keen Kutter #K-5 ½-C w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  304. 2 – Stanley scrapers: #80 M, NIB; #82 repaired crack to cap, then refinished Sold For 25.00
  305. 3 – Edge tools: 4” brass shave w/ 1” iron, Vg.; no name iron block plane, F+; unsigned wooden scraper/shave, refinished, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  306. 10 – Assorted “Maytag” combination wrenches, G+ Sold For 17.50
  307. 2 – 2ft. two-fold wooden rules: Stanley R&L #26 w/ brass slide, G+, square joint, G+; Hubbard Hardware Co., brass bound w/ brass arch joint, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  308. 5 – Assorted tools: Yankee #1530 combination ratchet hand drill, Vg.; Stanley (?) ratchet brace, G+; Stanley “Four-Square” 7” mitre square, G+ - Vg.; “Yankee” #15 ratchet screw driver; Stanley #177 screwdriver, G+ Sold For 22.50
  309. 2 – Stanley R&L folding rules: #27-2ft. two-fold w/ square joint w/ brass slide rule, G+ - Vg.; #94-4ft. brass bound w/ brass arch joint, G+ - Vg. Sold For 35.00
  310. 9 – Assorted Maytag combination wrenches Sold For 17.50
  311. 2 – Socket handle framer/firmer chisels: J. Beatty, 1 ½” barn builder’s chisel w/ 12” shaft, G+; P.S. & W. Co. 2”, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  312. PS &W Co., #1-3” socket handle slick w/ turned walnut ball grip handle, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  313. Stanley Bailey #7-C jointer plane, post WWII, Vg+ w/ homemade wooden toolbox Sold For 95.00
  314. 2 – Stanley Bailey #5 bench jack planes, both post WWII, G+ - Vg. Sold For 70.00
  315. 2 – Measuring devices: Osborne & Co. pistol grip leather slitting gauge w/ iron handle, Vg.; Stanley #89 clapboard siding gauge, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  316. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 pr. trammel points: Stanley #2 improved brass frame; other unmarked modern set; Roberts mat trimmer; small box assorted tobacco knives, & several brass shell blanks Sold For 45.00
  317. Tray lot assorted tools: Keen Kutter corner chisel; 2 - Buck Bros. chisels; various plane irons; etc. Sold For 45.00
  318. 2 – Brass 2ft. two-fold rules: Lufkin #1085, Vg.; Rabone & Sons, Makers, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  319. Stanley R&L #27-2ft., two-fold wooden rule w/ brass slide & square joint, Vg+ Sold For 60.00
  320. 2 – Stanley wooden rules: R&L #42-12” combination dbl. brass bevel rule, Vg.; “sweetheart” #18-2ft., two-fold w/ square joint, some warping to rule, G. Sold For 30.00
  321. Box lot assorted wooden planes: Union Factory, H. Chapin, #38 handled screw arm plow, missing stop nut. G.; Randall & Cook, fillister, F.; A. Howland, dado, F.; etc. Sold For 30.00
  322. 2 – Sargent #418 jointer planes, G. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  323. Box lot 10 – assorted wooden molding planes, G.-Vg.: Sandusky, dado; 4 – rabbets: Bensen & Crannell, J.T. Jones, E. Baldwin; Greenfield Tool Co. side bead; Bensen & Crannell, fillister parts; etc. Sold For 75.00
  324. 3 - Wooden sash molding planes: Sheneman & Bros. screw arm, G.; Winsted Plane Co. w/ boxwood threads & knobs, Vg.; Henry White, screw arm G. Sold For 35.00
  325. Match pair, A. Howland, handled screw arm panel tongue & groove planes w/ boxwood threads & knobs, G. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  326. 6 – Better wooden project planes, F+ - G.: Geo. Burnham Jr., panel raiser; unsigned panel raiser; Kieffer & Auxer, Lancaster, side bead, missing wedge; Greenfield Tool Co. nosing plane; M. Long, match pr. panel tongue & groove (groove is missing iron & wedge) Sold For 35.00
  327. 5 – Various iron bench, project planes, F – G.: P. Law, 18”; 2 – Chaplin Improved: 12” & 18”-C.; Siegley’s patent #12-C. jointer; Union #6-C fore plane Sold For 290.00
  328. 6 – Various wooden molding planes, G. – Vg. : 2 – 18th century rounds (1 – G. White, Phila.); S. Bibighaus, ogee w/ bevel (fillet strip missing); C.M. Gere (Christopher Morgan, Susquehanna Co.)Grecian ogee, missing fillet pc.; I. Schauer (Lancaster Co.) quarter round; unsigned Quirk & bead Sold For 45.00
  329. G. White, Phila. panel raiser plane, 5” overall width w/ W. Butcher iron on extreme skew, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  330. John Bell, Phila. 5” crown molding plane w/ tote & rope tow hole, 6” overall width X 14” long, Vg+ Sold For 80.00
  331. 2 – Screw arm plow planes: Sandusky #125 w/ boxwood nuts, owner struck J. Schneider on cheek of plane, Vg.; Union Factory, H. Chapin, #240 boxwood, missing wedge & iron, owners initials carved in nose of plane, G. Sold For 65.00
  332. 2 – Handled wooden complex molding planes: unsigned 2 ¾ reverse ogee w/ chamfered shoulders, Vg.; B. Sheneman & Bros. 1 ½” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, G. Sold For 40.00
  333. M. Crannell & Co., Albany, boxwood screw arm handled plow plane, G+ - Vg. Sold For 160.00
  334. A. Howland, Brazilian Rosewood handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads & knobs, 1 – thread combination is a replacement, G. – G+ Sold For 25.00
  335. 2 – Wooden molding planes: Israel White, Phila. panel raiser plane w/ W. Butcher high skewed iron, ear of handle is chipped, G+ - Vg.; odd homemade wedge arm panel raiser, very  unusual form G. Sold For 40.00
  336. Union Factory, H. Chapin, #244 screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  337. 2 – Unsigned, Wooden planes: cherry screw arm plow, threads have some damage, G. – G+; screw arm sash molding, G+. Sold For 20.00
  338. Altered, Bibighaus, Phila. plow plane w/ wrought iron bolts holding fence w/ iron nuts, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. Sold For 15.00
  339. 2 – Cherry wood levels: L. Davis, pat. 3-17-1867, 18”, G.-G+; Keen Kutter #KK104-16”, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  340. 2 – Wooden levels: Stanley R&L, #98-12” brass bound rosewood level, replaced horizontal vial, G+; Mohnton Lumber Co. advertising 12” level, G+ Sold For 65.00
  341. Stanley #96-28” brass bound rosewood level w/ V-strike, Vg, Sold For 180.00
  342. 2 – Lg. Engineer’s turn screw drivers w/ octagon shank & turned mahogany handles w/ brass furrels (32” & 38”), Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 20.00
  343. 4 – Various Engineer’s turn screw drivers: 18 ½” – 30” overall length, G+ Sold For 22.50
  344. Stratton Bros. w/ Eagle trademark #1-28” brass bound level, refinished Vg. Sold For 50.00
  345. 2 – Wooden levels: 12” unsigned laminated sight level, G.; Disston & Sons #16-24” brass tipped cherry level, F. – G. Sold For 10.00
  346. 4 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston: 20”-8pt., G; #D-8-5 ½ pt. w/ finger-hole handle, Vg.; Simonds 26”-11pt., G.; Keen Kutter #88-4pt., F Sold For 75.00
  347. 2 – Disston saws: H & C Disston, Phila. #2 bone saw, G.; Disston & Sons, 12” steel back saw, G+ Sold For 40.00
  348. 4 – Various tools: C.E. Jennings #30, combination saw (1- blade only); Willard Saw Co. compass saw, Vg.;  2- Keen Kutter transitional planes: 15” fore, F+; 10” handled block, G+ Sold For 15.00
  349. Edward Helb, “The American Combined Level & Grade Finder”, 24” brass bound mahogany level w/ 3” grade dial on side, refinished Vg. Sold For 160.00
  350. Henry Disston & Son (1yr. production) “Keystone” 26 ½”-5pt. w/ matching brass button & split-nuts, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. Sold For 75.00
  351. Jno. Gunnis, Phila., #15-26 ½”-9pt. w/ Eagle “Warranted Superior” button & brass split-nuts, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 80.00
  352. Disston & Sons, #D20- 26”-11pt. Vg. Sold For 15.00
  353. The Hub Saw Co. 26”-6pt. w/ steel braced handle, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 10.00
  354. Disston & Sons “Victory” model #D15-26” 5 ½ w/ mahogany handle Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 50.00
  355. Tray lot 5 Jeweler’s tools: Jeweler’s needle case stake anvil w/ turned walnut base w/ pewter collar, Vg.; 2 – small bell poll rivet hammers, Vg.; goat horn hammer w/ turned handle, Vg.; 2oz. ball-peen, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  356. Tray lot 13 – assorted calipers: 4 – spring back; 3 – winged; 4 – stiff-joint; 1 – Starrett Sold For 35.00
  357. Tray lot 5 – Various measuring devices: Woodsmith #602 rosewood & brass sliding square gauge, E.; 4 – various sliding-T bevels, G. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  358. Wheeler, Madden & Clemson, Middletown, 5 ½” brass back dovetail saw w/ open grip handle, refinished (1 – brass screw replaced w/ wooden plug) Sold For 160.00
  359. 11 – Assorted measuring devices: 4 – try squares; Stanley #122EM combination square; 2 – sliding-T bevels; compass/pitch gauge; etc. Sold For 45.00
  360. Rare, G. Sener (Gottlieb, circa 1843, Lancaster City) cooper’s bench axe w/ 10 ½” edge extended shank (rare form), replacement handle, some pitting Additional Photo Sold For 320.00
  361. W. Black, (possibly blacksmith William D., found in 1839, Phila. directory) lg. Kent style felling axe w/ upper & lower lugs, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 90.00
  362. T. Kennedy, (unknown region) 11” hand wrought drawknife, circa 1830 w/ center pellet mark Additional Photo Sold For 65.00
  363. G. Hewes (George, Peach Bottom area of Lancaster Co., working a large portion of the 1800s), hand side lopping axe w/ upper & lower lug, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 75.00
  364. R. Adams (attributed by Tannehill, as Reuben, 1820-95, Robesonia area) 9 ½” drawknife, w/ drop-down handles, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 45.00
  365. H. Long (embossed letters) reaping hook/sickle, small crack to iron, Additional Photo G. Sold For 25.00
  366. Rare, Stoner Schreiner, Lancaster, Pa. side broad axe w/ 11 ½” edge, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg, Sold For 120.00
  367. Unsigned Pa. German “Goosewing” axe w/ tapered socket, 11 ½” edge, raised weld, possible hairline crack bellow weld, some pitting, Additional Photo G. Sold For 150.00
  368. 10pcs. Set of Stainless steel handled gouges & picks, Additional Photo New Sold For 30.00
  369. Fine, pump drill w/ brass fly wheel, walnut pump stick & new leather, restored excellently for use Sold For 50.00
  370. Tray lot 6 – various tools: 1ft.- 4-fold bone infill folding rule, F.; Bone infill candy hammer w/ log pattern embossing; 4 – assorted Jeweler’s hammers (3 – brass head, & I – iron head rivet hammer) Sold For 35.00
  371. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 3 – zig-zag rules (2 – Stanley); folding rule parts; assorted machinist’s straight rules; etc. Sold For 7.50
  372. 8 – Assorted calipers: 4 – small divider/compasses (1 – spring back); 4 – outside caliper: 8” stiff-joint w/ oval jaw; 12” Thessen Bruch & Co. winged; 2 – small spring backs Sold For 22.50
  373. 2 – Large winged divider/compasses: Johnson Inc. 23 ½”, pencil holder is soldered on outside edge; hand wrought 22 ½”, modern thumbscrew replacement, Additional Photo G. Sold For 35.00
  374. 2 – Hand wrought millstone picks: A. Kern (Amandes Kern, 1870) Fleetwood, Berks Co., Vg.; unsigned, earlier form w/ raise stepped top, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  375. 2 – Signed, hand wrought hammers from Middletown, Ct.: Wm. M. Noble (thanks to Bill Warner research, William M., worked in association with Warner in Middletown Ct. from 1849-1884) , 8oz. rivet hammer w/ octagon poll, Vg.; W.P. Allison (thanks to Bill Warner research, William P., Cromwell area, 1840’s – 1870’s) 20 oz. claw w/ octagon poll, Additional Photo's 1; 2 G+ - Vg. Sold For 7.50
  376. P.J. Martin (unknown history & region), hand wrought stone working pick, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 22.50
  377. German, Staher-Wien. w/ crowned Lion strike #1 bearded cooper’s bench axe, has some tool decoration, Vg. Sold For 160.00
  378. 2 – Hand wrought edge tools: relic “Twibil” altered for use as grubber, heavy pitting (cleaned); unusual broad squaring axe w/ center weld and elongated lower & upper edges, G. Sold For 60.00
  379. Signed, Pa./German style “Goosewing” axe, w/ unusual W.W. in encircled heart & triangular strike (a Christian strike symbol of Christ’s heart at the center of the Trinity leading to Eternity). The socket is tapered similar to Berks Co. tradition, raised weld & 12 ½” inch edge, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 140.00
  380.  BRADY, makers mark was probably used by both William and David, his father Lancaster & Mt. Joy - *Tannehill research) Kent style felling axe w/ upper & lower lugs, Additional Photo's 1; 2 Vg. Sold For 70.00
  381. 2 – Tools: F. Brittain, Sheffield, 2 1/8” large shell nose auger w/ spear tip shaft, Vg.; 19 ½” unsigned hand wrought winged compass, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  382. 3 – Various edge “What’s it” tools: iron handle S-shaped pumpkin/? Chopper, possible used for chopping other items on raised surface, handle is short, 18” overall length, Vg.; hand wrought caulking or chinking iron, 2” X 22”; Talarot, French axe w/ square poll & emboss marked “22” Sold For 45.00
  383. 4 – Various wooden mallets: joiner’s Lignum Vitae barrel head mallet w/ turned walnut handle, Vg.; carpenter’s Lignum Vitae barrel head mallet, G.; dark stained maple “Judge’s” gavel w/ raised ring turned barrel head, Vg.; small nut cracking mallet w/ Lignum Vitae barrel head, G. Sold For 22.50
  384. Tray lot assorted toy tools: Atkins “Perfection” Jr.#65-16”-11pt. Vg.; 6 – toy claw hammers; 2- ball-peens; nut cracker & punch hammers Sold For 95.00
  385. Conestoga wagon hitch pin hasp, G. Sold For 12.50
  386. 5 – Various tools: 2 – Socket handle firmer chisels: Wm. Brady & Son (Lancaster) 1 ¼ G+; J. Lyter (Joseph & his brother Isaac, both of Halifax, Dauphin Co.* Interesting note- that Isaac & Joseph in 1901, were credited with stopping a bank robbery at the Halifax National Bank. The robbery ended in Joseph killing one of the assailants); Osborne, saddle maker’s claw hammer w/ solid handle, Vg.; 2 –adjustable gasket cutter: auger type w/ wedge stop, other T-handled w/ hand wrought winged stop screw, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 60.0
  387. 2 – 18th century Wedge arm molding planes: I. Blank (embossed lettering) panel plow w/ wooden depth stop & stop screw, restored Vg. (very faint strike); signed (?) bevel plane, Additional Photo Vg. Sold For 300.00
  388. Assembled set of 18 graduated wooden hollow & round planes, various makers F. – G. Sold For 110.00
  389. 10 – Assorted wooden rabbet molding planes, various makers, F. – G. Sold For 60.00
  390. 7 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various types, G., makers include: Mobley, H. Brown, Varville & Son, etc. Sold For 40.00
  391. 4 – Iron bench planes: Stanley Bedrock #603 jack, F. – G.; no name 9” smoother jack, G.; 2 – Stanley #220 block planes, G. – Vg. Sold For 80.00
  392. Casey & Co., Auburn, NY., screw arm plane, w/ long threads Vg. & 8 - irons Sold For 65.00
  393. Rare, J.W. Pirce (Pearce, but spelling is noted in reference) 1847, rosewood plow w/ boxwood threads & nuts, fence remounted w/ brass screws & fence missing partial holly dovetail fillet, Additional Photo G. Sold For 130.00
  394. English rosewood infilled block w/ Mitchell & Co. blade, brass hinged screw cap, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  395. 2 – Wooden screw arm plow planes: A.C. Bartlett’s Ohio Planes, handled, replaced wedge, some damage to threads, G.; Adolphus Meier & Co., St. Louis, w/ boxwood threads & knobs, some damage to threads, F+ Sold For 10.00
  396. 6 – Assorted spiral ratchet screwdrivers: 3 – various Stanley “Yankee” w/ original slide over boxes, G. – Vg. Sold For 45.00
  397. 2 – Various chisels: lg. walnut handle hand wrought carving gouge, G+; James Swan 3” socket slick head, edge chip & no handle, F. Sold For 50.00
  398. 2 – Iron bench planes: Stanley Bailey #6-C, fore plane, G – Vg.; unmarked #7 jointer w/ Stanley iron, G. Sold For 50.00
  399. 2 – Tray of etched copper printing blocks for “One Man” tape measure catalogue; & 1991 - reproduced catalogue of Scottish & English Metal Planes (new) Sold For 5.00
  400. Mathieson, Glasgow, 7” handled rosewood infill block, G+ Sold For 170.00
  401.  6 – Assorted chisels: Union Hardware, 1 ¾” firmer chisel, Vg.; Marples deep socket mortise chisel; unsigned 2” socket handle slick, F.; etc. G. Sold For 65.00
  402. 2 – Tools: wall hanger: W.C. Kelly, embossed “Perfect Axe”, refinished w/ new axe, but unfortunately has crack on cheek outside eye (do not use); Late, Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, #52-14” brass back mitre saw, repair to cracked handle, G/ Sold For 160.00
  403. 3 – Disston & Sons handsaws: D-23-5 ½ pt. Vg.; D-7-8pt. Vg.; D-8-8pt. G. – G+ Sold For 20.00
  404. 5 – Assorted metal bench planes: Winchester trademark 8 ½” jack, F+ - G.; 4 – Stanley block planes: #102 Vg.; #103 G; 2 - #110 G. & Vg. Sold For 25.00
  405. 3 – Edge tools: Stanley #78 rabbet/fillister, Vg.; no name USA #60 hollow & straight spoke shave, Vg; Germany, hollow & straight spoke shave, G. Sold For 50.00
  406. 3 – Edge tools: Hudson Handsome 8” drawknife w/ safety handles; F+ - G.; half moon two-handle kitchen chopper, G+; Sargent VBM, 4” “Gent’s” drawknife, missing 1 handle Sold For 40.00
  407. 3 – Wooden edge tools: 1” threading block w/ lg. turned handles, Vg.; homemade Honduran mahogany core-box plane, Vg.; brass soled bead molding router, G+ Sold For 40.00
  408. Tray lot 2 – tools: Hultzberg-Johanson turn screw handle w/ 5 interchangeable driver heads, Vg.; Starrett universal adjustable scraper, Vg/ Sold For 25.00
  409. 4 – Various tools: 2 – rosewood & bras mortise gauges: Disston & Morss Vg.; unsigned G+; leather lace/edge (?) shave, missing blade; brass duplicator caliper, G. Sold For 20.00
  410. 3 – Homemade marking gauges: slitting gauge w/ wrought iron stop screw owner strike H.E. Sturgis, G.; oak wedge stop two arm gauge, G.; 22” cherry & mahogany panel marking gauge w/ iron stop screw Sold For 7.50
  411. Tray lot assorted tools: maple carver mallet, Vg+; coach trimmers claw hammer w/ strap braced handle; brass plumb bob; wooden marking gauges w/ oval fence; Stanley #20-8” try square; etc. Sold For 20.00
  412. 3 – Wooden planes: homemade coach maker’s T-rabbet plane; brass soled Beech wood coach maker’s door rabbet, Vg.; homemade wooden router, Vg.; 2 – Multi-form plane parts Sold For 22.50
  413. 11 – Assorted homemade lathe knives, many designed for specific purposes, G Sold For 12.50
  414. 3 - Homemade handled planes: unknown (?) wedge arm slitting plane, possible veneer or leather cutter, Vg.; match pair T&G planes, G. Sold For 22.50
  415. 3 – Wooden wedge arm planes, refinishing projects, F. – G.: Wallace, Montreal, brass tipped plow plane; James Howarth, Sheffield, sash fillister; Hoffman, Edinburgh Sold For 20.00
  416. 3 – Wooden molding plane: owner struck, sash bar molding plane w/ iron screw adjustments, refinished Vg.; owner struck, brass tipped wedge arm plow plane, G.; unsigned beveling plane w/ adjustable sole slide fence w/ iron stop bolts, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  417. 2 – Wedge arm plow planes: embossed L.G.L. w/ lg. depth adj, screw, G+; Greenslade, Bristol, brass tipped arms w/ brass depth adj. screw, G. Sold For 45.00
  418.  Stanley Traut’s patent #46 combination plane, only one blade, G. Sold For 17.50
  419. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ 10 various irons, G+ - Vg. Sold For 65.00
  420. Group of tool related collectibles: 2 – unsigned, Pen & Ink drawings: man on “schnitzel bonk”-shaving horse using drawknife; man using side broad axe squaring a log; The Baustwick-Braun Company, 1963, lg.  tool catalogue  Sold For 10.00
  421. 4 – Oddity snap-lock buggy wrenches: 2 - Cook, pat. 9-1-1885; 2 -  variants - H.W. Getman’s pat. 9-21-1886 “Universal Carriage Wrench”; Sold For 25.00
  422. 4 – Eifel Pliers wrenches: 3 – 1916, pat. model; 1 – 1917, pat. model, G. Sold For 17.50
  423. 3 – Various oddity wrenches: E.E. Josef, Buffalo, NY. pat. 4-8-1890, locking adjustable jar opener, Vg.; G.A. Hosmer & Co., Buffalo, NY., combination buggy pliers/open wrench, Vg.; Millers Falls adjustable wagon wrench   Sold For 22.50
  424. 5 – Adjustable wrenches: E.E. Josef, Buffalo, NY. locking adjustable jar wrench, G; 2 – “The Elgin” pat. 6-8-1897, G. & Vg.; 2 – variants Baxter Co. double end adj. wrenches, F. & G. Sold For 45.00
  425. 5 – Adjustable wrenches: Rare, Belmont, double end (unfound in references) G.; Merit Tool, double end, G.; Mauser, 8”, Vg; Diamond #11-5 ½”, G+; Billings & Spencer 6 ½”, G. Sold For 75.00
  426. 7 – Small Adjustable wrenches: Mossberg A-1, 5”; Billings #97 pocket wrench; U.S., 5 ½”; Mossberg C-5”; Springfield, 5 ½”; The Noppa, pat. 2-2-1897 “quick adj.”, G+; etc. Sold For 35.00
  427. 2 – Combination tools: Thomas Mfg. Co. 11 ½” hatchet/pliers/wrench/screwdriver, Vg.; Mathews “Never-stall”, pat. 9-14-1909, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  428. 5 – Lock-tight buggy wrenches: 2 Cook patent (above noted), G.; Ideal combination implement, pat. 4-28-1906, Vg.; Millers Falls adjustable wagon wrench, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  429. 6 – Assorted implement combination wrenches: Parry 34-C box & open end; Studebaker; International Harvester; 3 – unsigned Sold For 12.50
  430. 8 – Assorted small adjustable wrenches, F. – G.: Charles Hall #1; Mossberg: “Sterling” #1; A-1; etc Sold For 22.50
  431. 8 – Assorted pliers type tools: H.K. Porter 10” wire cutters; Metal Mitre Inc. V-notching tool; Heaton’s Patent 10-19-1875, button setting pliers; Purnell pat. 1602169-1667985 mitre nibbler; 2 – unsigned leather welt nibblers; etc. Sold For 22.50
  432.  5 – Oddity wrenches: G.A. Hosmer, Buffalo, combination buggy pliers/open wrench; Cam-Loc wrench; iron hydrant wrench; early Wolverine basin T-wrench; rare, Ira Mandeville, stove repair combination folding hammer/screwdriver/T-handle wrench Sold For 17.50
  433. 8 – Assorted pliers type tools: Starman Syphon Mfg. Co., ring pliers; 3 ½” P.S. & W. Co. seam bender; 2 – medical pliers; M & M, pat. 5-22-1900 combination wire & staple pliers; Champion DeArment, Channel-lock; etc. Sold For 22.50
  434. 7 – Adjustable small wrenches: Miller Falls wagon wrench; Girard Special “L.V.R.R.” strike; Millers Falls wagon wrench, G.; Billings model G.- 6 ½”; etc. Sold For 20.00
  435. 6 – Various tools: unsigned shingling claw faced full hatchet, G+; 3 – various crate hammers, G; Farrier’s claw hammer; Red Viking, box 926 combination hatchet, G. Sold For 17.50
  436. Tray lot 8 – assorted marking devices: swan’s neck timber scribe, Vg.; 4 – hand wrought twisted marking awls; Stanley #89 clapboard siding gauge, G.; 2 – marking gauges (1- homemade) Sold For 10.00
  437. 4 – Brass 2ft. two-fold rules, Vg.: L.S.S. #462; Lufkin; Stanley #17 w/ V-strike; Chesterman, England Sold For 15.00
  438. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Stanley “sweetheart” #62-2ft. folding rule, G+; U.S. Co. try square; 5 ½” iron torpedo level; British combination metric/U.S. standard Stainless steel 2ft. two-fold rule, Vg. etc. Sold For 10.00
  439. Tray lot assorted Oddity & patented tools: rare, D,F, Barber, Boston, patent 8-3-30, flip-cap counter-sink/spoke trimmer auger; Indian Motorcycle wrench; Security Stove Mfg. “Kettle/faucet” holder; T-hand sink wrench; etc. Sold For 25.00
  440. 3 – Oddity wrenches: Bonney Vise & Tool Works Inc., “The Masterpiece”, missing original flip-back pipe cutter, G; Lawrence-Clark pat. 1920 buggy wrench w/ hinged adjustable jaw (unfound in reference); Eagle Claw Wrench Co., adjustable jaw, pliers/wrench, Sold For 25.00
  441. Tray lot assorted pliers, wrenches, screwdrivers & bench stop, some patented pieces Sold For 17.50
  442. Tray lot 6 - assorted iron handled tools: VLCheck Tool Co. motorcycle tool w/ ball peen hammer head; 2 – unsigned hammers (1 – claw tipped handle); H.D. Smith & Co. Perfect Handle fork pry bar; Foote Handy Tool w/ spear tip, G. Sold For 40.00
  443. 4 – Various punch type tools: VAR spring-back shoe grommet tool, Vg.; REX #27, pat. 10-9-1900 rivet punch, Vg.; unsigned rivet punch; Disston No. 1 “Midget” saw punch, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  444. 4 – Calipers: 3 – compass/dividers: 6” ball top stiff-joint, Vg.; 13 ½” unsigned winged; D. Onyder, 18” stiff-joint, G.; 12” inside caliper Sold For 7.50
  445. Tray lot assorted Ford wrenches, pliers, punches, Etc. Sold For 45.00
  446. 6 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: Eifel Pliers/wrench; Efficiency Device Corp, Vivarttas #10 pipe wrench; 2 – Keller Bros. “Masterench”; Armco “Pawood” auto-adjust wrench; Beaver #100 pipe cutter, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  447. 9 – Assorted wrenches: piano tuner’s star head wrench w/ oak handle; 8: small adjustable: Pope Mfg.; Boos Tool Corp; Magnetic Cutlery Corp; Gendron Iron Wheel Corp. “bicycle wrench”; etc. Sold For 12.50
  448. 6 – Jeweler’s type tools: 2 – small bench anvils (1 – on pedestal iron stand); iron clamp-on vise w/ small anvil; 4 – various hammers Sold For 85.00
  449. 4 – Drawknives, Vg.: hand wrought 6 ½” chamfer knife; 6” hand wrought straight back; unsigned hollow & straight spoke shave; violin makers nickel plated 1 ½” bow shave Sold For 35.00
  450. Tray lot assorted “What’s It” tools & gadgets Sold For 15.00
  451. 3 – Sewing related tools: rare, Jackson Patent “D&E Button Plates” press, Vg.; Wiss “Flower Shears” missing knife edge; Gee Mfg. Co. “G”-flex fabric cutter w/ honing pad Sold For 5.00
  452. 2 – Keen Kutter collectibles: non-Simmons family- wooden cigar box from Pa. factory #1696 District 1, Phila. region, G+; reproduction Trade sign, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  453. 3 – Simmons, Keen Kutter, wooden boxes: 2 – slide lid file boxes, G. & Vg.; oil stone in mahogany box, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  454. 2 – Keen Kutter, wooden four-fold rules, Vg.: #K840-2ft. w/ square joint; #K-660 ½-3ft. w/ox-bow joint Sold For 25.00
  455. Brass emblem shaped padlock, G+ Sold For 20.00
  456. 3 – Keen Kutter – measuring devices, Vg.: wooden marking gauge w/ strip inlayed face on fence; 7 ½” try square w/ rosewood & brass handle; #KK13-12” cherry wooden level (hanger hole drilled) Sold For 12.50
  457. Vintage, Keen Kutter one door hanging tool cabinet w/ 24 trademarked tools: The oak cabinet has brass emblem shaped tag on door & interior drawer. The tools include: utility knife, hand saw, drawknife, claw hammer, hatchet, #KK5 jack plane, etc. Sold For 240.00
  458. Stanley “sweetheart”- Four Square 18” cherry level, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  459. 2 – Stanley brass bound mahogany levels: “sweetheart” #93-18” Vg.; V-strike #93-24”, G. Sold For 70.00
  460. Stanley R&L #96-28” brass bound rosewood level, G+ - Vg Sold For 20.00
  461. 3 – Handsaws: Trustworthy, 25 ½”-8pt., added carving to handle, G.; Oak Leaf 26”-8pt. w/ cherry handle, G+; unknown maker 26”-9pt. w/ raised lugs bolts, G. Sold For 15.00
  462. 3 – Handsaws: The Electric Saw Co. #100-21 ½”-11pt. G.; Disston “Pace Maker” w/ runner graphics, 20”-10pt., G+; Disston D-23-10pt., Vg. Sold For 17.50
  463. 3 – 20” Handsaws: Osceola #46-10pt. G+; Keen Kutter 9pt., G.; Disston “Pace Maker” 9pt., G+ Sold For 30.00
  464. 3 – Early handsaws: Blue Jacket w/ anchor design 20”-8pt., G+; Phila. Saw Co. 26”-5pt. G+ - Vg.; Disston & Sons “Albright” 28”-5 ½ pt., G+ Sold For 20.00
  465. 3 – Handsaws: signed (?) 16”-8pt. w/ fancy handle, G+; Disston D-8-21 ½”-10pt.; Davidson (?) #2-18”-12pt. G+ Sold For 15.00
  466. 3 – Early panel handsaws: Worrell & Co. 26”-8pt. w/ split-nuts, G. – G+; The Odd-Job, 25 ½”-8pt., F+; Atkins 26 ½”-9pt. w/ rosewood handle, G+ Sold For 35.00
  467. 3 – Handsaws: Stanley “sweetheart” #820-26”-9pt., F+; early Henry Disston  25 ½”-9pt. w/ riveted handle, G.; Blue Jacket w/ Anchor trademark 26”-8pt., G. Sold For 140.00
  468. 3 – Long Engineer’s screwdrivers: 30” rod shaft w/ pad handle, G.; 26” flared base rod shaft  w/ turned walnut handle & brass collar, Vg.; 30 ½” octagon shaft w/ flared base & turned maple handle, G+ Sold For 20.00
  469. 3 – Signed, flat blade turn screw drivers: Knapp & Cowell (?) 14”, G+; W.B. Letchmore (?) 15”, G+; H. Huber, Phila. 18 ½”, handle cracked Sold For 12.50
  470. Mahogany homemade tool box loaded w/ modern leather working decorating punches & tools: approx. 115 decorative punches Sold For 180.00
  471. 7 – Various set of leather decorating & lettering punches, G. Sold For 35.00
  472. Box lot leather related items: portfolio loaded w/ decorative patterns; 2 – lettering sets; assorted punches Sold For 10.00
  473. 4 – Wooden block planes: Chapin-Stephens 8 ¼” horned smoother, Vg.; A. & E. Adie, 7” coffin shaped toothing plane, G.; John Veit, Phila. 9 ¼” broad smoothing block, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  474. Wooden tool box w/ assorted engravers tools. Box is 12” X 8” X 5”, F+ Sold For 30.00
  475. 3 – Iron shaves: E. Preston & Sons, 1 ½” w/ ornate casting work, G+; 2 – late, Record, England adjustable spoke shaves, G & Vg. Sold For 75.00
  476. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 various wooden shaves (2 – w/ problems); Stanley “sweetheart” #18-2ft., G.; etc. (some problems) Sold For 22.50
  477. 2 – Wrought iron tools: kettle claw/tongs, G.; 8 ¼” wheel traveler w/ single strap brace & wooden handle, G. Sold For 17.50
  478. 3 – Assorted auger bit sets in canvas rolls: 13pc. assembled set in Irwin roll (several replaced pieces); 13pc. assembled set in Ives roll (again several replaced); 13pc. assorted set in canvas roll. Sold For 45.00
  479. 2 – Wrought iron wheel travelers w/ wooden handles: 6 ¾” diameter wheel w/ single strap; 7 ½” diameter wheel w/ replaced handle Sold For 10.00
  480. 2 – Auger bit set: 6 bit set in wooden case, most marked Bates; 13pc. assembled set in Stanley Jennings roll, most non-original Sold For 12.50
  481. 2 – Stanley Siegley patent combination plane parts w/ ornate casting & single fences, no blades, F. – G. Sold For 70.00
  482. 3 – Various planes: Stanley Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack bench plane, F+ - G.; 2 – Record #044 combination plane parts, F. Sold For 10.00
  483. 4 – Wooden molding planes: complex high reveal complex molding plane, iron needs to be cut & original finish stripped, F.; N. Taber, handled halving plane, Vg.; unsigned panel raising plane, F.; Glaisby & Dibb, York, panel raising plane, G. Sold For 45.00
  484. Empty Stanley oak tool chest w/ box joint construction, 25” X 11” X 4 ¾”, G. Sold For 10.00
  485. Kellogg French Tailor System, pat. 12/25/1883, tailor’s folding square, E. Sold For 20.00
  486. 2 – Wooden tailor’s squares: J.E. Carpenter, Phila. G.; unsigned, F+ Sold For 55.00
  487. 2 – Early wooden levels: A.B. Young, 16 ½”, F+; unsigned 28” mahogany level w/ adjustable vertical brass case vial, F+ Sold For 7.50
  488. John Bell, Phila. wooden panel raising plane w/ James Cam iron, handle cracked, G. Sold For 20.00
  489. Union Factory, H. Chapin #245 - Rosewood & Boxwood screw arm plow plane,  shaped brass toe plate w/ owner strikes of E. Steffy & E.E. Myers, rosewood fence is plated  w/ brass. Plane has boxwood threads & knobs, G+ - Vg. Sold For 40.00
  490. Union Factory, H. Chapin #240 Boxwood handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood fence, threads, & knobs, G+ - Vg.. The plane has brass adjust & side stop screw Sold For 35.00
  491. 2 – Screw arm plow planes: W. Pennell, Phila. w/ boxwood knobs, G.; Casey & Co. w/ boxwood knobs, G. Sold For 40.00
  492. 2 – Wooden tailor’s squares: S.T. Taylor, New York, boxwood w/ brass square corner, Vg.; Mason & Hanson, New York & Chicago, w/ brass braced corner, G Sold For 15.00
  493. Stanley #30-24” brass tipped adjustable cherry level, unfortunately has hanger hole drilled otherwise would be Vg. Sold For 7.50
  494. 4 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston & Sons: 28”- 4 ½ pt., F+; D8-26”-10pt. G+; unsigned 26”-7pt. w/ Warranted Superior button, G; Keen Kutter #K88-26 ½”- 9pt., G+ Sold For 35.00
  495. 2 – Handsaws: early Harvey Peace, 26”-8pt. w/ brass split-nuts & deep button G. – G+; signed (?) 26”-9 pt., F+ - G. Sold For 40.00
  496. 4 – Various handsaws: Rockwell #11-8 pt., Vg.; Keystone 8pt, G+; Disston & Sons D8-9pt. G.; unsigned 26”- 10 pt., G+ Sold For 25.00
  497. 4 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench planes: #27 fore G+; 2 - #27 ½ fore G; #29 jointer, F+ - G Sold For 35.00
  498. 5 – Wooden molding planes: 2 - E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster: rabbet, G+; rare, Rosewood side bead w/ Lignum Vitae fillet strip (missing rear third) other Vg.; unsigned 18th century quarter round w/ chamfered shoulders, G+; J. Schauer (type set type strike) rabbet, G.; signed (?) round, G. Sold For 50.00
  499. 5 – Various Phila, wooden side bead molding planes, Vg., makers: D. Sheneman #291; S.H. Bibighaus; J. Colton w/ Lignum Vitae boxing; John Bell; W.M. Souder; J. Colton Sold For 55.00
  500. 5 – Various wooden molding planes: J. Searing (NJ. maker) tongue plane, Vg.; J. Stiles, Kingston, NY. grooving plane, Vg.; Auburn Tool Co. side bead, Vg.; Sandusky, side bead, Vg.; unsigned reverse ogee, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  501. 4 – Two-blade wooden molding planes: 3 – nosing planes: Union Factory, H. Chapin; Sandusky; Marten Doscher, NY; Israel White, Phila (strike w/ Eagle) wooden screw adjustable sash molding plane, hardwood boxing, G. Sold For 35.00
  502. 5 – Wooden planes: 4 – Rabbets: coach builder’s compass (unsigned); Greenfield Tool, F+; M. Crannell, Albany, G+; Sandusky Tool Co. #67 moving fillister, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  503. P. Chapin, Phila. panel raising plane, 4 ½” overall width, modern replaced fence & depth stop, G+ Sold For 50.00
  504. J. Young, (inscribed War, ) wedge arm handled large pilaster molding plane, replaced wedges, G+ - Vg. Sold For 20.00
  505. Wm. Goldsmith, Phila. screw arm plow plane extra long screws & boxwood knobs. Plane is owner branded J.N. Spor, & C.T. Rambo, G+ Sold For 55.00
  506. Shiverick (David, probably Brooklyn NY.) Rosewood screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads & knobs, owner strike of O.F. Ronk on nose of plane, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  507. 2  - Screw arm plow planes: Union Factory, H. Chapin #239 ½ handled w/ knobs, F+ - G.; J. Colton, Phila. w/ boxwood threads & knobs, G+ - Vg. Sold For 45.00
  508. 9 – Assorted wooden side bead molding planes, F. – G. Makers include: Sandusky, Greenfield, Gaines, I. White, Auburn Tool, etc. Sold For 50.00
  509. 9 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, F. – G. Makers include: Manners, W. Wright, Bensen & Crannell, Randall & Cook, etc. Sold For 40.00
  510. 2 – Long family wooden planes: M. Long, Reading, handled wedge arm panel groover, G+; M-Long (earlier, embossed strike) wedge arm panel tongue, F. – G. Sold For 30.00
  511. Toy- Stanlo by Stanley “sweetheart” metal building set w/ 1934 – Stanlo Instruction Book. Set is currently constructed as a railroad car Sold For 30.00
  512. 2 – Stanley levels: #36-24” iron level, Vg.; & #313-28” Vg. w/ box Sold For 7.50
  513. North Bros. “Yankee” Tool Set #100: oak case w/ #30 spiral screwdriver, #11 ratchet screwdriver, #15 ratchet screwdriver, includes various bits, Vg. Sold For 120.00
  514. 2 – Tailor’s wooden frame squares: Lufkin #8132 w/ brass braced corner, G+ - Vg.; S.T. Taylor w/ brass square corner & 3 brass spring clips, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  515. 2 – Stanley Handyman #1204 jack planes, NIB Sold For 17.50
  516. 3 – Various tools: Millers Falls #900 jack plane, w/ original box, E.; Starrett 0-3” depth micrometer case & outer box only; Gem folding mitre box w/ original box, Vg.; German, hand held “Thread Counter” microscope w/ case, F.; John A. Wilkinson, Reading, Pa. knife sharpener, F. Sold For 17.50
  517. 5 – Various millstone hammers: 2 – bush hammers (1 – signed G.W. Lawrence, working in 1870, Adams Co.); 3 – double-end mill picks: G.W. Lawrence, above noted; Jackson Bros., McKeesport, Pa. w/ tube covered handle, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  518. Tray lot 5 – various planes: Stanley #45 combination plane (only one iron), G.; Stanley Bailey #6 fore plane w/ embossed lever cap, hanger hole drilled in tail, G+; Stanley #130 double-end block, missing knob, G.; Winchester “Trademark” #3901 block, G.; Craftsman block, G. Sold For 45.00
  519. Tray lot assorted kitchen primitives: small copper snuff box, Vg. signed (?) brass candy scoop, G+; 3 – sharpening steels; 4 – wrought iron utensils: ladle, spatula, & 2 – forks, G+ Sold For 35.00
  520. 3 – Various primitives: clamp-on bucket mop wringer w/ crank & hook, G.; 2 – medium size fox-wolf leg traps (unknown makers) Sold For 15.00
  521. 8 – Various measuring devices: Stanley #36-12” iron level, G; 5 – try squares – small – large size, F.- G.; 2 – sliding-T bevels, G. Sold For 35.00
  522. Tray lot 5 – assorted tools: 3 – hatchets: 2 – True Temper claw hook hand axes, Vg.; small Craftsman sheath hatchet, Vg.; D.R. Barton, cooper’s round adze, chipped corner of poll, G.; cooper’s hoop driver, missing wooden handle, G. Sold For 80.00
  523. 5 – Drawknives: unsigned 7” cooper’s heading shave, F.; Well-lock 8” w/ folding handle, possible replace spring handle; 6” narrow drawknife, G.; 2 – Stanley shaves: #54, F+; #63 rounding shave, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  524. 4 – Leather working tools: early pistol grip leather slitting gauge w/ rosewood infilled handle, G+; cast iron finger tip lace slitter, Vg.; wooden diamond head roller for prepping leather; creasing wheel, F. Sold For 45.00
  525. Watch engraving tool kit in round walnut small tool chest. Chest includes many of the engraving tools. Sold For 120.00
  526. 3 – Various tools: Stanley #101 block plane, G.; CMCR #P-2, lock-back folding knife, G.; 0riental metric 4-stick wooden shrink rule (?) Sold For 12.50
  527.  2  - Measuring devices: rosewood & brass combination mortise gauge, marked C. Blanchard, G+; C.S. Co. #62-2ft. brass bound four-fold wooden rule, Vg. Sold For 15.00
  528. 2 Pr. figural iron bookends: stagecoach & tavern scene, Vg.; Liberty Bell set. , Vg. Sold For 20.00
  529. 3 – Assorted tools: Piano tuning wrench w/ star tip & maple handle, G+; 2 – Stanley caliper rules: #136 ½-6”, G.; #36 ½-12” two-fold w/ square joint, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  530. Tray lot assorted figural iron collectibles: “Dancing Girl” doorstop, F.-G.; Liberty bell bank/candlestick; match safe; etc. Sold For 17.50
  531. Tray lot of drilling devices: Iron framed brace w/ blacksmith improved chuck, missing press-screw, G.; partial Jennings auger bit set in 3-tier case, F.-G. Sold For 30.00
  532. Tray lot drilling devices: refinished wooden brace w/ push button chuck, owner branded J. Stewart, F.; 13pc. auger bit set in lift & hinge case, most Jennings bits Sold For 40.00
  533. Tray lot assorted hardware: simple plate back thumb latch, G.; blanket chest grabber lock w/ key; 2 – box style door locks; 2 – keys; single star design shutter dog Sold For 20.00
  534. 14 – Assorted chisels: 5 – socket handle firmer chisels (1 – corner); homemade lathe gouge; 8 – assorted joiner’s chisels Sold For 85.00
  535. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – various lg. turn screw drivers (1 w/ lg. brass collar); T-handle tapered auger, G.; spoke pointer; Jennings 3-tier auger bit set, G+ Sold For 55.00

 

 

Catalog Reference Codes

E

Excellent condition

Nearly new condition with original finish and no noted damage.

VG

Very Good condition

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

G

Good condition

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

F

Fair condition

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

P

Poor condition

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

 

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

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

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

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

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