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Fall Antique Tool Auction

November 11, 2017 -- 9 AM

 

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  1. Stanley Bailey #4 jack plane, post-war N.I.B. (orange slide-over box) Sold For 80.00
  2. Stanley Bailey #50 combination plow/bead plane, N.I.B. (orange metal tool box) Sold For 90.00
  3. 2 – Planes w/ original boxes: Millers Falls #900 jack, E.; Craftsman #3736 rabbet/fillister, E Sold For 45.00
  4. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, post-war w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg; “Two-Tone” 14”, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  5. 2 – Sargent & Co. transitional jack planes, Vg+: #3412, smoother; #3411, jack. Sold For 50.00
  6. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: R&L #3-C, G+; early #3 smooth, Vg Sold For 55.00
  7. 2 – Stanley Bedrock bench planes: #604-C arch rail w/ V-trademark, Vg; “sweetheart” #605-C square rail, G+ Sold For 130.00
  8. 2 – Transitional bench planes: Gage Tool, Vineland, NJ. 9 3/8” jack, G+; Union Mfg. pat. 10-22-1889 #36 raise handle jack, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  9. 5 – Assorted block planes, G. – Vg. Millers Falls, #16; Wards Master; Stanley “sweetheart”; etc. Sold For 35.00
  10. 2 – Sargent VBM bench planes: 14” jack, G+; 8” smoother jack, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  11. 4 – Various bench planes: Sargent #3410 transitional, Vg.; Sargent #3417 jointer, Vg.; Greenfield Tool Co. 8” block, Vg.; Henry White, Phila. 7 ¾” block, G+ Sold For 40.00
  12. 3 – Stanley transitional bench planes: 2 - R&L #35, block, G & Vg,; 8” “Liberty Bell” cap. Smoother, G. Sold For 50.00
  13. 3 – Metal joinery planes: Stanley #182 improved rabbet, missing depth stop, G.; Stanley #78 rabbet/fillister, G.; machinist made 3/8” small dado, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  14. 3 – Various knife tools: unsigned 6” ball handle “Gent’s shave”, Vg.; wooden shoe makers’ heel shave, G+; Stanley #66 “Universal” hand beader (1 blade), G+ Sold For 35.00
  15. Stanley #220 butt hinge mortise cutter, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  16. 2 – Stanley transitional bench planes: R&L #31 jointer, G+; #29 jointer, Vg Sold For 35.00
  17. 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench planes: #36 raise handle smoother, Vg.; #35 raise handle smoother, G+ Sold For 35.00
  18. Stanley Bailey #32-26” transitional jointer w/ “Liberty Bell” screw cap, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  19. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ original box, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  20. 3 – Small block plane: Millers Falls “bullnose” rabbet, 4”, Vg.; unsigned 3 3/8” “Thumb” plane, G+; 3 3/8” squirrel tale handle block, G+ Sold For 35.00
  21. 2 – Wooden bench jointers: Ogontz Tool, 22”, Vg.; unsigned 22 ½”, refinished, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  22. 2 - #2 Type bench jack planes, G+ & Vg. : Fulton Tool; Millers Falls #7 Sold For 160.00
  23. Box lot 4 – Transitional Stanley bench planes: #26, G.; #27, Vg.; #28 fore, Vg.; #29 jointer, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  24. 2 – Lufkin logger’s rules, Vg.: 4 tier-1 ¼” wide, Vg.; 3 tier – 7/8” wide Sold For 55.00
  25. 3 – Craftsman tools w/ original boxes: #3742-9” smooth jack, Vg.; #5-CBB, E.; step pulley Sold For 50.00
  26. Tray lot assorted farm related tools: 3 – hog scrapers; 4 – tobacco spears; orchard grafting froe, G+ Sold For 25.00
  27. Rare, Stoner Shreiner (Hardware Co. in Lancaster City directory of 1887, hand wrought tobacco spear, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  28. Jessop & Son, lever buggy jack w/ 2 pad feet, Vg Sold For 35.00
  29. Dovetailed oak small tool box w/ 2 small sad irons, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  30. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Starrett, 6” machine level w/ original box; Goodell-Pratt, 4” machine level; advertising sight level; Dietzgen gradient sight level; 8 – assorted line levels Sold For 80.00
  31. Box lot assorted small tools & parts: Starrett square compass; Stanley #93 butt marking gauge; Defiance #1299 utility knife; John Deere #50 wrench; etc. Sold For 35.00
  32. 3 – Auger bit sets: Russell Jennings No. 100- 13 bit set, E. in 3 –tier case; 13 bit – Irwin set in wooden case, Vg.; partial small set Sold For 210.00
  33. 4 – Assorted primitive/tools: 6 5/8” wrought wheel traveler; odd Alligator pliers/wrench; Landers #2 spring scales w/ brass front; hand wrought bar scales, missing weight; Farrier’s shoeing clinch Sold For 40.00
  34. 9 – Assorted small monkey adjustable wrenches, various makers & models, G. Sold For 55.00
  35. Unsigned Ajax type, adjustable beam boring machine, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  36. Geo. Krause Hardware Co., Lebanon Pa., embossed double bit felling axe, Vg. Sold For 210.00
  37. Left hand, Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, side broad axe, G. Sold For 60.00
  38. J.B. Stohler (Scheafferstown, Pa.., circa late 1800’s), hewing/lopping hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, G+ Sold For 110.00
  39. 4 – Various tools: Plumb, left hand lopping axe; unsigned camp hatchet; Grove Tool Co. shingling half hatchet; Raleigh Hardware “Swift & Co.” advertising crate hammer, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  40. Homemade 4-tone exhaust or steam whistle, odd valve design Sold For 40.00
  41. 2 – Primitive hand wrought tools: three blade pumpkin chopper w/ heavy handle, G.; long handle pruning chisel/hook, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  42. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester w/ Steer trademark (circa 1872-76) carpenters’ adze w/ square poll, Vg+ Additional Photo 1 Sold For 80.00
  43. William Mann, Lewistown. Broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lug, Vg Sold For 75.00
  44. Rare form, H.H. Stricker (Originally Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co., & later Vinemont area, Berks Co.) shingling half hatchet, deep strike, Vg. Additional Photo 1 Sold For 190.00
  45. 2 – Felling axes: Goodyear trademark, double bit felling axe, G.; W.C. Kelly “Perfect” single poll axe, G. Sold For 65.00
  46. Embossed trade axe: Supplee-Biddle Hardware “Wm. Penn Axe”, Vg Sold For 220.00
  47. Unsigned, fence post double bit mortise axe, G+ Sold For 50.00
  48. 2 – Felling axes: H.H. Stricker (above noted) single poll w/ lower lug, G; embossed “Plumb Champion” double bit, F+ Sold For 190.00
  49. Double-struck, J.B. Stohler (above noted) broad squaring axe head (no handle), G+ Sold For 150.00
  50. 3 – Assorted tools: Kellogg’s Toasted Corn Flakes, advertising spade tipped crate hammer, G.; child’s full hatchet; wheelwright’s heavy cleaving hatchet w/ octagon poll, G. Sold For 45.00
  51. Beatty & Son, Chester (faint strike) 3” slick w/ off-set socket handle. Excellent user grade, sharp ready to use. Sold For 120.00
  52. Unsigned 3” socket handle slick w/ slight round top, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  53. 2 ½” Firmer paring chisel w/ bevel upper surface, G. (refurbished for use) Sold For 45.00
  54. 3 – Various backsaws: C.E. Jennings & Co. 10” tenon, Vg.; Henry Disston & Sons, 12” mitre, Vg.; J. & I. Taylor 12” tenon, handle damaged Sold For 70.00
  55. 2 – Lg. wooden plank style jointers, G+ - Vg.: B. Frogatt, 30”; unsigned, 32” w/ chamfered shoulders Sold For 120.00
  56. Patrick Ritchie, Edinburgh, Scotland, early iron copy/book press w/ iron four spoke wheel, plate is 16” x 11”, repainted G+ Additional Photo 1 Sold For 220.00
  57. 4 – Early drilling devices: homemade stock bit brace, G.; 3 – hand wrought T-handle augers (1 – twist bit & 2 – snail bit) Sold For 55.00
  58. Tray lot 5 – various compass saws & odd open grip saw handle: 3 – saws w/ brass spit-nuts; 1 – E. Andrews & Son, Williamsport, Pa. Sold For 50.00
  59. 3 – 14” Backsaws: W. Tyzack & Sons for Thos. Underwood, G+; Beardshaw & Son, G+; J.H. Noble #1, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  60. Lg. Tray lot assorted Jeweler’s tools: 2 ½” x 2 5/8” swage block; ball mallet; Livitamin IF anvil; 2 – brass planishing hammers; 3oz. rivet hammer; Shaw patent glass cutter; etc Sold For 140.00
  61. Project tools - Tray lot assorted early drilling devices, all need work for use or parts missing: pumps drill w/ brass fly wheel; bow drill w/ rosewood handle (no bow); wooden brace & 3 – German ball braces Sold For 190.00
  62. 3 – Small iron frame hacksaws, G. (2 – w/ hooked tails) Sold For 60.00
  63. 6 – Assorted backsaws, various types & makers, G.. Makers include: Wilson; Henry Disston & Sons; etc. Sold For 70.00
  64. 3 – Assorted hand wrought drawknives: J. Green, 13 ½” head shave, F+; I. Cox, 12” stop chamfer, Vg.; unsigned 10” G Sold For 40.00
  65. 3 – European drawknives w/ decorative tool strikes: 8 ½” w/ saber, star burst & crescent moon; 9” w/ 2 – saber & a crescent moon strikes; F.K. w/ running fox strike, Vg Sold For 50.00
  66. 5 – Assorted fish-tail handled compass saws (3 – w/ brass split-nuts), makers include: Richardson; J. Begbie, Phila.; J. Flint; etc. Sold For 70.00
  67. 3 – Small early handsaws w/ brass spit-nuts, G+ - Vg.: J. Spear, 19”; 2 - Henry Disston, 15” & 16”-11pt. Sold For 70.00
  68. 5 – Assorted small handsaws: Disston 6” dovetail backsaw; fish-tail handle compass saw, F.; Richardson, 4 ¾” keyhole saw, Vg.; 2 ¾”  fish-tail handle keyhole saw, Vg.; turned-handle compass saw, G+ Sold For 65.00
  69. 4 – Various backsaws: Jennings & Co. 7 ¾” brass back dovetail, G.; J.& J. Taylor, 9 ½” brass back tenon saw w/ fish-tail handle, Vg.; 2 – Disston, steel back (1 – fish-tail handle), G & G+ Sold For 100.00
  70. 6 – Assorted edge tools, G.: infill shoulder plane frame; Stanley #75 bullnose; 2 – Stanley block planes; Stanley spoke shave; Sargent block plane Sold For 55.00
  71. 9 – Assorted hand wrought firmer chisels flat & gouges, F – G.: J. Gillespie (?); 2 - J. Cam; Isaac Greaves; Wm. Greaves & Son; Weldon; etc Sold For 50.00
  72. 3 – Early small handsaws w/ brass spit-nuts: Sheffield, 9” w/ fish-tail handle & nib, G; Keystone Saw Co. 12” w/ nib, F+ - G; signed (?) 18” w/ fish-tail handle, F Sold For 40.00
  73. 3 – Various handsaws: rosewood pad/handle keyhole/lock hand saw, Vg.; gardener’s pruning saw w/ spear tip brace turned handle, G.; late, compass saw w/ open grip handle, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  74. 8 – Assorted Hammers: 5 – hand wrought claw hammers: 2 - Hammond, Phila.; 1 – J.H. Warner; 2 – strap-brace handle; 2 – upholstery; 1 – ball-peen Sold For 70.00
  75. Tray lot 9 – assorted tools, G+ - Vg: “The Home” iron glue pot; signed (?) Archimedes ball drill; 2 – iron handle saw pads; Disston & Sons turn-screw; etc. Sold For 50.00
  76. 7 – Assorted measuring devices: Star Tool Co. sliding-T bevel, Vg.; Starrett 6” machine level, F.; 7 ½” nickel plated protractor, G.; 4 – wooden folding rules: 2 – Stanley &  1 – advertising, G – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  77. 5 – Assorted drawknives: Wm. Greaves & Sons, wooden spoke shave, Vg.; Stanley “sweetheart” #51 brass spoke shave, G+; Larew & Lewis (?) 7 ½” stop chamfer, F.; I.K. Pennfield & Son (?) 4 ½” ball handle shave, Vg.; 7” narrow straight back drawknife, G. Sold For 55.00
  78. 18 – Assorted firmer & bench chisels. Makers include: Horton & Arnold; Sorby; Buck Bros; Underhill & Brown; Geo. Pare; etc. Sold For 110.00
  79. Tray lot assorted hammers & related tools: dengelstock w/ rivet hammer; 3oz. cross-peen rivet, Vg.; fuller/square planishing hammer; etc. Sold For 75.00
  80. Traut’s patent, Stanley #46 combination plow molding plane. Early model w/ floral casting (parts missing) Sold For 35.00
  81. 6 – Assorted early iron block planes, F – VG.: 9” w/ brass star cap; 2 – Stanley R&L #101; etc. Sold For 55.00
  82. 4 – Assorted large measuring devices: 4ft. slide-by straight rule, Vg.; 20” T-panel marking gauge w/ bone stop screw, Vg; hand wrought framing square; 22” mahogany try square Sold For 60.00
  83. 9 – Assorted wooden Carpenter’s & Joiner’s mallets (1 – Lignum Vitae head) Sold For 90.00
  84. Early floral cast Stanley #45 combination molding plane frame & fence (no blades) Sold For 45.00
  85. L. Potter, N. Marlboro (Leonard, 1820’s – 1870, New Marlboro, Mass.) 9” broad squaring axe, Vg Sold For 70.00
  86. Double-struck, S. Burnham (New England?) shipwright’s broad axe, mushrooming to butt Sold For 45.00
  87. Winsted Edge Tool Co., Winsted, Conn. 13 ¾” shipwright’s chamfer knife w/ adjustable pitch-gauge fence, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  88. Horton & Arnold (1850’s – William Horton & Samuel Arnold, New York) shipwright’s axe w/ 8 ½” edge & 7 ½” depth to eye, upper & lower lugs, G. Sold For 200.00
  89. 2 – Unsigned carpenter’s adze: square poll, G.; small square poll, G. Sold For 50.00
  90. P.S. & W., 3” slick w/ original turned handle, some pitting G – G+ Sold For 100.00
  91. Unsigned, hand wrought 4” slick w/ modern walnut turned socket handle, Vg. Sold For 150.00
  92. Unsigned, 3” socket handle slick w/ modern walnut turned handle, G+ - Vg Sold For 100.00
  93. 2 – Cooper’s round adze: W. Addams (embossed letter strike, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.) G.; unsigned, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  94. L. Stoudt (Lucian, 1910, Alsace Twp. Berks Co.) felling axe w/ double strike & lower lug, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  95. 9 – Various trammels points: 2 – matched pr. Stanley #4; 5 – individual type points Sold For 50.00
  96. Tray lot 6 – assorted tools: clock maker’s bench vise, pat. 6-18-1885, G; Millers Falls, patent dated tool holder w/ tools, Vg.; parts to patented 12-25-1877 brace wrench; etc. Sold For 50.00
  97. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: thumbscrew brace, F – G.; Millers Falls (?) hollow auger, G.; 13pc. Pugh auger bit set, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  98. 2 – Various bench planes: Stanley Bedrock #605 jack, hole drilled in nose of plane, G.; Keen Kutter #KK5 jack plane, replace handle; & Buck Bros. plane iron for bench jointer plane Sold For 60.00
  99. 3 – Various bench planes: Keen Kutter #3 smooth jack w/ Stanley iron, G+; Siegley’s pat. #4-C jack, Vg.; 5” “no name” squirrel tail block, G+ Sold For 35.00
  100. Unsigned pin poll dubbing adze, 4” edge, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  101. 2 – Edge tools: Plumb, 5” wide flat poll adze, replaced handle G+; Marshall-Wells, “Zenith” embossed felling axe, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  102. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 3 – Plumb bobs: 20oz. brass turnip w/ steel tip & spool top, Vg.; 3lb. cast iron; 16oz. brass w/ steel tip, G; 11” winged dividers, Vg.; 2 – folding rules, F. Sold For 55.00
  103. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: wooden brace w/ brass push-button chuck; Fray’s #108 thumbscrew brace, G.; Reid, Phila. Archimedes drill, G+; etc. Sold For 70.00
  104. 2 – Measuring devices: Stanley R&L #94-4ft. brass bound folding rule, Vg.; unsigned wooden 2-arm marking gauge, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  105. 4 – Assorted edge tools: 2 ¼” unsigned slick, F. – G.; signed (?) Germanic cleaver w/ round nose; D.R.  Barton, lathing hatchet, dated 1832; gouge (?) chisel Sold For 65.00
  106. Tray lot assorted tools: Freud ¼”-1” Forstner bit set, Vg.; USMC (shoe mfg.) set o pegging awl hafts, NIB; carver’s scorp; dentistry tools; etc. Sold For 65.00
  107.  3 – Cooper’s tools: M. Hiessinger (Germany) hewing bench axe, Vg.; 5 ½” stirrup handle scorp, G+; Signed (?) T-handle bung auger w/ 2” twist bit auger & spur cutter, G+ Sold For 90.00
  108. Keuffel & Esser sight engineer’s 11”  “dumpy” level w/ tripod legs. Transit has original case, G+ Sold For 60.00
  109. Unsigned, deep cut 3” slick w/ socket handle. 13” blade from edge to bottom of socket. Modern turned oak handle, Vg. (Great user model) Sold For 100.00
  110. James Swan “Extra” 4” slick w/ turned maple socket hand & bevel sloped top, Vg. “A real Beauty” Sold For 190.00
  111. 5 – Assorted Winchester trademarked hatchets, F – G.: 3 – hand axes (2 – w/ nail clips); shingling full hatchet; shingling half hatchet Sold For 150.00
  112. 3 – Winchester trademark adjustable wrenches: #1004 monkey, Vg.; 10” pipe wrench, Vg.; #1031-8” pipe wrench, Vg Sold For 65.00
  113. 5 – Assorted Winchester trademarked hatchets, G – Vg: hand axe w/ nail clip; shingling full hatchet; 3 – shingling half hatchets (2 – octagon poll, no handles) Sold For 160.00
  114. 4 – Various hatchets: 2 – Keen Kutter: hand axe w/ clip, Vg. & lathing hatchet, G.; Germantown, hand axe w/ clip, E; Winchester sheath hand axe, G. Sold For 100.00
  115. 6 – Assorted Winchester trademarked adjustable wrenches & pliers, F – G Sold For 50.00
  116. 4 – Keen Kutter hatchets, G – Vg: 3 – shingling half hatchets (1 – round poll); hand axe Sold For 85.00
  117. Tray  lot assorted cutlery & utensils (most Winchester trademark) Sold For 120.00
  118. Tray lot 5 – assorted Winchester trademark tools: shingling full hatchet, Vg.; shingling half hatchet, G; 2 - #9726 try squares, G; #9760 sliding-T bevel, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  119. 7 – Assorted wooden molding planes, Vg: Sandusky, two-blade nosing; block plane w/ Humphreysville Mfg. iron; 2 – side-bead: Spayd; Sandusky Tool; Cogdell, tongue; etc. Sold For 55.00
  120. Box lot assorted wooden tools: 2 – 16” fore planes, Vg: New York Tool Co.; Cayuga; E.W. Pennell, Phila. 2 3/8”X16” gutter, Vg. homemade 16” bevel, G+; etc. Sold For 35.00
  121. 2 – Hand wrought Butcher’s splitting cleavers: 7 ½” w/ iron hook top handle, Vg.; 11 3/8” w/ wooden handle, G+ Sold For 95.00
  122. E. Krider (Elias, Iona, Lebanon Co., d. - 1906) 11” cleaver w/ heavy iron braced wooden handle, G. Sold For 90.00
  123. 2 – Signed cleavers: Wm. Beatty & son, Chester w/ steer, 8”, G; B. Gloekler, Pittsburg, Pa., 9” Sold For 75.00
  124. 3 – Hand wrought cleavers: D. Hofman, Lancaster, Pa. (later strike of Daniel Hoffman, Lancaster); N. Hoffman, Phila.; primitive unsigned, G. Additional Photo 1 Sold For 140.00
  125. Primitive, 9 ½” splitting cleaver, unsigned Vg. Sold For 65.00
  126. L.F. & C., New Britian (misspelled on pc.) , CT. #01 table mounted hand crank mill w/ red paint, G+ Sold For 30.00
  127. Kerby & Bro. Makers, Fulton St. NY. 36” Glazier’s wooden framing square w/ brass plated rail & wooden corner brace Sold For 40.00
  128. Lg. straw cutter frame w/ Disston & Bro. on 3 ¾” cutting blade. The wooden framework is from an old straw cutting bed, and is just the cutter handle frame. It has oak mortise & tenon construction w/ curved grasp handle. The blade is mounted with hand wrought hardware Sold For 10.00
  129. 2 – Fish-tail handled carcass saws: Disston, 22”, G+; G. Brown, 26”, G. Sold For 10.00
  130. 4 – Hand wrought drawknives: W. Gilpin, 6” straight-back, G.; W. Beatty & Son, 7” head chamfer, Vg.; 12” unsigned carpenter’s, Wm. Budde (?) 8” head chamfer, F+ Sold For 70.00
  131. 2 – Primitive tools: hand wrought double-leg caliper, joints frozen fast; cooper’s long handle “Hog” scorp w/ removable handle, G Sold For 25.00
  132. Kremmer (? Early embossed strike, possible 18th century) octagon poll carpenter’s adze, G. Sold For 30.00
  133. 2 – Signed hand wrought reaping sickles: Sermon (?), Vg.; McPherson (possibly James, pre-1821, Chestnut Level, Drumore Twp. Lancaster Co.) G Sold For 120.00
  134. 3 – Primitive hand wrought tools: 2 – reaping hook/sickles (1 – signed Showalter?); “What’s it” thatch roofing combination press chopping froe & probe Sold For 20.00
  135. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 – specialty floats/rasps (probably for mortise & dado detail ); bag lot assorted center bit & other auger bits; German, pocket tool kit w/ pocket knife type holder Sold For 110.00
  136. 2 – 26” Handsaws: E. M. Boynton, #8-8pt., Vg.; Coates Waldon, 8pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G+ Sold For 30.00
  137. 3 – Handsaws: “Ground to Run” 25”-11pt. w/ brass plate button, G+; Penn State, York, Pa. 8pt., Vg; Disston 26”-8pt. panel saw, G. Sold For 30.00
  138. 4 – Various Disston handsaws, G+: #D-23-12pt.; “Centennial 76”-10pt.; #D8- 10pt.; unmarked Sold For 30.00
  139. 2 – Adze: 18th century carpenter’s adze w/ square & tapered eye. Extended bill style adze, G.; W. Butcher, square poll carpenter’s adze, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  140. 2 – Cooper’s edge tools: W. Noel (Westmoreland Co.? Early embossed strike) bench axe, some pitting & modern handle, G.; G. Miller (George Miller Axe Factory, 1803-1883, Brecknock Twp., Berks Co.) round adze, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  141. Chambers Bro. & Co., Phila. bolt shears w/ multiple patent dates, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  142. 2 – Stanley R&L transitional bench jointers: #34-30”, Vg.; #32-26” w/ Liberty Bell cap, G+ Sold For 20.00
  143. 3 – Various bench planes: Sargent Mfg. #418-18” jointer, replaced handle Vg.; Stanley “Four-Square” 11 ½” jack, cracked handle G.; Upson Nut Co. #35-9” raise handle transitional block, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  144. Tray lot assorted tools: Wm. McNiece, Phila. 14” butcher saw, G+; Richardson, Newark NJ. #5-12” butcher saw, G+; British, turn-screw driver, Vg.; unsigned hand wrought cruise/marking hatchet, G.; W. Noel (same as above) blacksmith hammer, G. Sold For 25.00
  145. Union Mfg. 22” metal bench jointer plane, Vg Sold For 50.00
  146. Early Stanley R&L #7 jointer plane, w/ L. Bailey Patent on chip guard, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  147. Stanley “sweetheart” #7-C jointer, refinished Vg. Sold For 90.00
  148. Stanley “sweetheart” #6-C fore plane, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  149. Stanley “sweetheart” Four-Square, 11 ½” jack, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  150. Stanley Bailey #4 ½-C wide smoother jack, V-trademark on iron, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  151. Stanley R&L #2 smooth bench plane w/ unmarked deck & arch trade strike (1910-12), Vg. Sold For 160.00
  152. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #2 smooth bench plane, Vg. Sold For 130.00
  153. Stanley #2-C bench plane w/ V-trademark (1912-20) Sold For 210.00
  154. Sargent #718-C fore plane, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  155. Stanley Gage #G4-C jack plane, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  156. 3 – Lufkin wooden rules: #7127 “yard & quarter” straight rule, Vg; 35” “Doyle Scale” log rule, G+; Lufkin10ft. slide-by rule, G+ Sold For 25.00
  157. 2 – S.T. Taylor, New York, dressmaker’s squares, G+ & Vg. Sold For 12.50
  158. Tray lot 5 – Various adjustable wrenches: Diamond Wrench Co., combination wagon wrench, Vg.; Bonney, “Masterpiece” combination w/ pipe cutter, G.; C.P. Wrench Co., pat. 8-5-1902, lever adj. pipe wrench, G+; 2 – unsigned w/ octagon wooden handles, G. Sold For 100.00
  159. 2 – “What’s it” tools: pat. pending, folding heavy hook bill knife, Vg,; rare, J.H.R., pat. 10-27-1896,  spring operated combination pliers/wrench, G. Sold For 45.00
  160. Tray lot 8 – assorted tools: unsigned grocer’s crate pliers/hammer; SWS, punch pliers; US Research Corp. wire stripper; pat. 5-3-27 combination wiring tool; pat. 9-7-1897, adjustable wrench, F.; pat. 5-4-1920, pipe wrench; etc. Sold For 95.00
  161. 5 – Various adjustable wrenches: Wm. Hjorth, pat. 12-15-1896, pliers/wrench, Vg.; The Anderson “Turn-more”, G.; Billings & Spencer Co., #3, pat. 9-1-1903, G.; Gordon “Automatic” 7 ¼”, G+ Sold For 60.00
  162. 4 – Oddity “What’s it” hammers: coach trimmer’s w/ extended round poll & wrapped tail, Vg.; 16oz. claw w/ raised bell poll, G+; ice knocker hammer; Farrier’s double-ender cutter/punch, Vg Sold For 90.00
  163. 5 – Assorted upholstery type hammers (1 – German #2, swan neck) Sold For 75.00
  164. 2 – Tools: H.A. Ayvad, chisel/claw hammer, Vg.; Evansville, ice axe, replaced handle, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  165. 3 – Combination hatchets: Estwing, claw tip handle w/ staple pick poll, Vg.; Fireman’s pick/hatchet, G.; True Temper “Tommy Axe” w/ claw poll, Vg Sold For 70.00
  166. 4 – Various adjustable wrenches: Lever Wrench Co, “Heimbach patent”, Vg.; Craft 12” alligator jaw, Vg.; pat. 1-21-1866. pipe wrench, G.; unknown slide-lock spring back, G. Sold For 100.00
  167. 7 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: Hande Wrench Co., pat. 9-20-1921, spiral slide jaw, Vg.; Cellman Wrench Co. pat. 4-17-1923; Universal Wrench Co. “All Purpose” w/ adjustable angle; Cochran, “Speed Nut”;  Shuster, “Speedwrench”, pat. 2-2-1915; etc. Sold For 140.00
  168. Tray lot 20+ assorted pliers type tools (look for yourself) Sold For 130.00
  169. 4 – Various ratchet wrenches: Richards Mfg. “Wizard” pat. 5–21-07; Hubbard Tool Co. “Speedeeratch”; K&S, pat. 5-18-1915,; Hazet Sold For 130.00
  170. 2 – Oddity claw hammers: combination claw/rivet w/ round poll, G.; octagon poll w/ wrap-around flat claw (?) Sold For 65.00
  171. 2 – Wrenches: “Indian” Motorcycle adjustable 7”; New Holland Feed Mill open end Sold For 50.00
  172. 2 – Combination tools: Rumpp multi-tool w/ sheath; Herkules Patent “all-in-one” tool Sold For 40.00
  173. 2 – Iron open-frame levels, Vg: Starrett, 18”; Millers Falls, 24” Sold For 60.00
  174. C.E. Jennings, “Lattice-work” cast iron 18” level, Vg. Sold For 130.00
  175. Davis Level & Tool Co. pat. 9-17-1867, 24” “Lattice-work” cast iron & brass dial adjustable, damage to rail end Sold For 150.00
  176. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: “sweetheart” #1193-24” mahogany brass bound, G+; ‘Sweetheart” #30-24” adjustable, E. Sold For 70.00
  177. C.E. Jennings, “Lattice-work” cast iron 18” level, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  178. 3 – Wooden levels, Vg: L.L. Davis, 15” brass tipped rosewood; Disston & Sons, pat. 10-29-1912, 26” brass tipped, Stanley R&L #00-23” Sold For 35.00
  179. 3 – Stanley #36 iron levels, Vg: 2 – 12”; 1 – 24” Sold For 60.00
  180. 4 – Iron frame levels, Vg: Goodell-Pratt, 9”; Stanley #36-6”; Starrett, 8” machine level; Stanley #34-8” machine level Sold For 60.00
  181. 2 – Stanley rabbet planes, Vg.: #190 improved rabbet w/ fence; #78 rabbet/fillister Sold For 45.00
  182. 2 – Stanley bench planes: pressed steel 14” jack, G+; Bailey #6 fore, post WWII, Vg Sold For 170.00
  183. Stanley Bailey #2 bench other plane, Vg+ Sold For 170.00
  184. 3 – Small block plane: Stanley: #75 bullnose rabbet, G+; #105 w/ squirrel-tail handle, G; G.W. Ott,  machinist made, violin maker’s round block w/ squirrel tail, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  185. 6 – Assorted metal block planes: Stanley: #110; “sweetheart” #18 Knuckle-joint; #103; #9 ½; Craftsman “low-angle”; Sargent pressed-steel low angle Sold For 75.00
  186. 3 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey: “sweetheart” #3-C, high knob, Vg; #4 smooth, G+; “Handyman” #H1203 jack, G+ Sold For 75.00
  187. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley R&L #113 adj. circular plane, G+; Keen Kutter #4-C jack w/ rosewood, G+ Sold For 95.00
  188. 2 – Stanley scrapers: #12 ½ adjustable veneer scraper, Vg.; #82 adj. box scraper, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  189. 3 – Stanley edge tool: #A-5 (all aluminum) jack w/ cast aluminum handle & Knob, Vg.; 2 – scrapers: “sweetheart” #232, Vg.; #70 flip-bottom, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  190. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #3-C w/ low knob, VG; #5-C jack, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  191. Unsigned Stanley #112 adj. veneer scraper plane, Vg. Sold For 120.00
  192. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, high knob, Vg.; #5-C jack, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  193. 2 – Stanley edge tools w/ original boxes: #67 Universal spoke shave, missing parts; #71 ½ router w/12 various router blades, Vg Sold For 210.00
  194. 2 – Edge tools: Stanley #71 router, G+; C.T. Co. circular spoke shave, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  195. 4 – Wooden spoke shaves, Vg. (1 – w/ brass adjustment knobs & brass sole) Sold For 35.00
  196. 4 – Stanley bench planes: “sweetheart” #40 scrub plane, Vg; 2 – “Handyman” blocks, Vg.; “Defiance” block, G+ Sold For 65.00
  197. 4 – Various Stanley planes: #39-1/4” dado, Vg; #118 pressed-steel block, Vg; #9 ¼ block, G+; #220 w/ burgundy paint, Vg Sold For 90.00
  198. 4 – Drawknives: Jennings, 8” carpenter’s Vg; Jennings, 4” Gent’s, Vg; Reinert (Peps Reinert, demonstrated at Landis Valley) 4 ¼” straight back, Vg; 7” unsigned saddle-back, G+ Sold For 60.00
  199. 5 – Assorted crate hammer/rippers (2 – advertising) Sold For 90.00
  200. Tray lot assorted tools: 5 – Farm fencing combination tools: hand wrought leather drawing pliers; Bartlett shears; PRR cold chisel; nail puller Sold For 90.00
  201. “What’s it” “The I-D-L” sod cutting tool w/ hooked blade & foot press Sold For 65.00
  202. “What’s it” hedge trimmer w/ fan shape sickle bar head, 12” head, Vg Sold For 80.00
  203. “What’s it”  Peugot Freres, 1916, trench warfare wire cutter w/ splayed tongs head Sold For 25.00
  204. “What’s it” pump style sickle bar hedge trimmer, 12” head w/ wooden handle w/ hollow grip Sold For 65.00
  205. 2 - “What’s it” garden tools: Elwell #4423-8” brush hook, G.; hedge trimmer saw-blade shaped sickle trimmer w/7” diameter blade, Vg Sold For 160.00
  206. What’s it” Cyclone, pump style sickle bar hedge trimmer, 18” Vg. Sold For 45.00
  207. 2 – “What’s it” hedge trimmer sickle bar type; Gilchrist Co., ice chipper w/ 2 ½” wide blade Sold For 65.00
  208. “What’s it” Columbus, butterfly shaped double-edge cleaver w/7 ¼” x 12 ½”, G+ Sold For 180.00
  209. Victor Tool Co., Reading, #280 “Woodsman’s Pal” w/ military canvas sheath Sold For 110.00
  210. Rare, Victor, #361-S “Woodsman Pal” w/ saw blade edge & metal sheath, Sold For 85.00
  211. 2 – Outdoor survival tools: Rare, WWI military 40” hand operated chain saw, marked Peugot-Freres w/ canvas pouch dated 1912, G+; Sportsman Saw, pat. 3837024 w/ leather sheath, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  212. 2 – Garden tools: unknown maker, 15” combination saw/machete, Vg.; 10” sickle-bar style hedge trimmer, marked Pat. pending, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  213. Box lot 4 – oddity tools: leg mount 9” corn stalk cutter marked w/ H in diamond, VG+; camper’s combination shovel w/ sheath. It has saw edge, hammer, and nail puller, wrenches & bottle opener; Klever Kleever, combination tenderizer/cleaver multi-tool, G+; Disston & Sons, 5 tip cooper’s croze saw, Vg. Sold For 10.00
  214. 2 – Push-operated sickle-bar mowers: 16” Clipper Lawn Mower, multiple patented, last Aug. 13, 1900. The mower has steel wheel w/ interior cast gear cogs that drive a waffle gear, G+; A.M. Lawn Tool Co, Canton, OH. 5 ½” trimmer w/ cast iron cast iron wheels, pat. Aug. 2, & Sept. 3, 1912, Vg Sold For 180.00
  215. Buckeye Mfg. Co., Anderson, OH. “The Boss Machine” adjustable metal frame beam boring machine, VG+ Sold For 160.00
  216. Millers Falls Mfg., adjustable beam boring machine, one rod weld repaired, G+. Press with rod frame on oak base Sold For 210.00
  217. Ajax #8 adjustable beam boring machine w/ adjustable handle length & cast frame top, Vg. Sold For 190.00
  218. C.Z. Phillips patent, adjustable beam boring machine w/ pat. 1-2-1872, G+ Sold For 110.00
  219. Iron frame adjustable beam boring machine, pat. 10-18-1881, refinished Vg. Sold For 150.00
  220. Homemade Oak tool chest & contents: Chest has side & top drop handles, 36” X 12” X 12”, G+; contents include: 9 – various oil cans; bearing packing tool kit in slide lid box Sold For 60.00
  221. Maple, raise panel tool chest w/ leather working tools: chest is 21” X 15” X 12 ¼” w/ replaced interior drawers & lid, Vg.; & approx. various leather trade tools Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 240.00
  222. Dovetailed oak tool chest w/ hinged lid, 18” X 16” X 13 ¼”, Vg Sold For 65.00
  223. Chestnut tool chest w/ hinged lid & contents: chest is 33 ½” X 14 ¾” X 9 ½”, nail construction w/ iron drop-handles, Vg.; tools include: 6 – various hammers; brace; 5 – various measuring devices Sold For 70.00
  224. 6 – Assorted hand saws: 2 – backsaws (1 – 10 ½” Disston); Union 8” iron frame hacksaw; Richards, fish-tail handled compass saw; etc. Sold For 15.00
  225. Tray lot assorted chisels: Millers Falls #30 ¼-3” butt chisel set, NIB; 9 – assorted vintage lathe & carving chisels, G+ - Vg Sold For 50.00
  226. Tray lot over 20 – various screwdrivers by various makers, G+ Sold For 45.00
  227. Tray lot assorted tools: Dietzgen, drafting tool set, Vg.; 3 – various metalwork hammers; sharpening steel; ice pick; wooden mallet Sold For 30.00
  228. 3 – Block planes: Stanley: #130 dbl.-ender, G+; #110, Vg; Sargent 4” bullnose rabbet Sold For 17.50
  229. 2 – Measuring devices: L.L. Davis, pat. 9-17-1867, “Lattice-work” cast iron adjustable level w/ wooden case, VG+ (has most original japanning); Rabone #1190-36” four-fold combination rule/level, VG Sold For 180.00
  230. Record #50 combination plow/beading plane w/ blades, G Sold For 90.00
  231. 3 – Rapier combination planes, missing parts Sold For 75.00
  232. 2 – European planes: fancy inlaid screw arm panel plane w/ rosewood inlay w/ irons, missing front stop nut; 3 ¼” chariot style infill block plane, G. Sold For 95.00
  233. 2 – Wooden chamfer block plane w/ brass adjustment depth plate, G+ Sold For 80.00
  234. Multi-form wooden plane set: 11 ½” handled jack plane w/ 9 – interchangeable round soles. All pieces marked J.E. Booth (missing irons) Sold For 7.50
  235. Multi-form wooden round block plane set: 8 5/8” frame w/ 6 interchangeable round soles. All marked J.F. Gauntlett (missing irons) Sold For 5.00
  236. Tray lot assorted measuring devices, F – G Sold For 30.00
  237. Tray lot 6 – assorted wooden shaves, F+ - G+: 2 – round; 3 – straight; 1 – bead Sold For 45.00
  238. 3 – Various handsaws: Mathieson & Son, 10” brass back tenon saw, G; Coulaux & Co. 7 1/8” hack saw w/ iron bow back, Vg.; 18th century, 14” folding pruning saw w/ brass ormolu mounts, G. Sold For 50.00
  239. Tray lot 7 – assorted tools & kitchen primitives, VG: 6oz. rivet hammer; adv. ice pick; 2 – half moon kitchen chopper/knives; combination meat hatchet/tenderizer; North Bros. “Lightning” ice pick; putty knife Sold For 20.00
  240. Tray lot 6 – assorted socket mortise chisels (1 – signed) Sold For 90.00
  241. 5 – Various drawknives: unsigned coach-maker’s shave; Record #A151 adjustable shave, Vg.; 3 – common drawknives, G. Sold For 60.00
  242. 2 – Refinished wooden plank style jointers, Vg: 24” owner strike of T.B. Martin; 22”, unsigned Sold For 90.00
  243. Oddity piece: two-wheel folding walker/cane (?), G. Sold For 40.00
  244. Wooden 30” lumberman’s log caliper w/ homemade upgrade pin-tip wheel length measure. Neat oddity piece. Sold For 100.00
  245. 12 – Assorted complex & side-bead wooden molding plane, G. – VG. Makers include: R. Carter; Atkins & Sons; Eastburn; Mathieson; etc. Sold For 150.00
  246. 13 – Assorted joinery & simple molding planes, G. Types include: tongue & groove; hollow & round; etc. Sold For 70.00
  247. 9 – Assorted wooden planes, G: unsigned jointer; toothing plane w/ Atkins & Son iron; 3 – assorted blocks; 2 – rabbet; compass rabbet Sold For 55.00
  248. 3 – Tools: refinished bow/turning saw, needs new leather strap & keeper; 2 – jointer’s draw pins w/ wooden handles & brass ferrell Sold For 45.00
  249. 4 – 18th century wooden molding planes, refinished Vg: Gabriel: #18 hollow; reverse ogee; S. Hoffbeck, side bead; Madox, V-groove Sold For 50.00
  250. Tray lot assorted tools: Brevettes #25 wood cutting tap & die set, Vg.; 12oz. rivet hammer; printing blocks; etc. Sold For 70.00
  251. 2 – Tools: Marples “Imperial” wooden brace w/ rosewood knurl & brass push-button chuck marked W. Clarke, VG; unsigned 4 ½” howel adze, needs new handle, G. Sold For 100.00
  252. 7 – Assorted drilling devices: 2 – early wooden egg T-handle snail augers, G+; Record #123 hand drill, G+; 4 – assorted spiral screwdrivers (3 – Yankee) Sold For 25.00
  253. Tray lot assorted bench & other chisels, F – G+ Sold For 75.00
  254. H. Mellinger (Henry, Washington Boro, Lanc. Co.) center bit mortise axe, Vg Sold For 85.00
  255. German style (possible Pennsylvania) goosewing axe w/ 12” edge tapered socket, raised molded weld & hardened butt, Vg Sold For 170.00
  256. G. Miller (George Miller Axe Factory, 1803-1883, Brecknock Twp., Berks Co.) upper bit mortise axe, VG Sold For 180.00
  257. G. Enterline (George, Mt Joy Twp., circa 1864) left handed hewing axe w/ 7 ½” edge, refinished some pitting, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  258. Wheelwright’s tapered hub auger w/ weight hook & original oak heavy T-handle, appears to be initialed G.S. Sold For 120.00
  259. 17th or 18th Century, left hand Continental style “Goosewing” axe w/ extended wing protruding 8” above socket. It has embossed strike of Popel (?), and has triangular shaped socket, Vg. Sold For 260.00
  260. 17th or 18th Century, primitive Continental style “Goosewing” axe w/ encased socket. It has hot chisel initial strike A.H.G. & later strike IGB. It has a molded form beard & 12 ½” edge, Vg. Sold For 160.00
  261. 18th Century double-strike heavy splitting axe, VG. Embossed trade strikes: M-Kee (?); L. Young (?). The axe has 2” thick butt plate & 10” fan shape edge, Vg Sold For 75.00
  262. M. Miller (Martin, 1796, Strasburg, Lanc. Co.) 1 ½” firmer chisel, Vg. Sold For 240.00
  263. 18th Century Continental right hand “Goosewing” axe. It has early form oval wrapped eye socket, extended wing, shield & crescent moon strikes. It has raise weld & tapered butt plate, 13” edge, Vg. ***Caution***- raised bubble center of blade, good for display. Sold For 150.00
  264. Unsigned, Pennsylvania form “Goosewing” axe w/ Berks Co. style bevel top & tapered socket, raised weld, full beard. Axe has imperfections in the soft iron & hardened edge is very good, G+ Sold For 130.00
  265. 18th Century, 4” wooden ogee crown molding plane w/tow hole. The plane has an added late Long strike. Strike is not a match to Long family strikes, but the plane is style a nice form, Vg Sold For 100.00
  266. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, wooden screw arm sash molding plane w/ rosewood knobs, G+ - Vg. Sold For 90.00
  267. I. Schauer (John, East Petersburg, Lancaster Co.) wedge arm plow plane, refinished Vg. Sold For 60.00
  268. 3 – Wooden rules: Stanley R&L #18-24” folding rule, Vg; Lufkin #823 wooden frame square, Vg.; Stanley #34-V-24” straight rule Sold For 40.00
  269. Rare, H. Shiley (unrated) reverse ogee crown molding w/ tote, 2 ½” Sold For 80.00
  270. Unsigned 2” Ovolo & bead molding plane w/ tote, owner strike of S, Polk, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  271. 15 – Assorted Bookbinder’s decorative punches: most Caskill & Copper, Phila., Vg. Sold For 190.00
  272. 20 – Assorted Bookbinder’s punches & chisels, various name strikes included Sold For 200.00
  273. Tray lot various tools: Set of Jennings auger bits in three level box; 6 rod dip measure in leather sheath, Vg; oak two-arm marking gauge Sold For 80.00
  274. 5 – Stanley tools: #49 bit gauge, NIB; #59 doweling jig, NIB; #60 ½ low angle, G; #101 sm. block plane; try square Sold For 40.00
  275. 4 – Stanley edge tools w/ original boxes: #4 jack plane; #9 ½ block; #110 block; #82 scraper Sold For 80.00
  276. Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: speedball pen tip set; 5 – assorted plumb ball; 2 – tape measure; wooden pulley; etc. Sold For 45.00
  277. 5 – Stanley “Handyman” tools w/ original boxes, Vg+ - NIB: #435 soldering iron; 2 - #1204 jack planes; #1247 block; #1203 jack plane Sold For 55.00
  278. 2 – Modern handsaws: Sandvik #288-26”-8pt., E; Disston & Sons, 22”-10pt., G Sold For 30.00
  279. 2 – Handsaws: W. Butcher, Sheffield, 28“-5pt, G+; Richardson Bros., 26”-9pt. Sold For 25.00
  280. 4 – Early handsaws, G.: Spear, 13” backsaw; Noble, (3 – Eagle button) 20”; John Spear, 26”; Baldwin, Hill & C ., 26” Sold For 20.00
  281. 3 – Handsaws: McNiece, Phila., pat. 4-18-1882, brass braced handle, F.; steel braced handle, unknown maker, G.; Zenith, 26” G Sold For 65.00
  282. 3 – Hand saws: Bunting, 26”-8pt., G+; Hill & Davenport, 28”-4 ½ pt., w/ deep dish eagle button, F+; Jackson & Co. #12-26” w/ raised cap nuts, G Sold For 110.00
  283. 3 – Handsaws: James Dougherty, Camden, NJ. 20”-9pt, G+; Simmons Hardware “Fast Mail” w/ train graphics, 7pt, Vg.; CIS #69-26”-6pt., G+ Sold For 40.00
  284. 4 – Various small tools: Iron bar & brass turned stops marking gauge, marked A.W. Breese, Vg; Jeweler’s fancy planishing/ball-peen hammer; Marshall 3oz. rivet hammer w/ nickel plate, Vg; W. Gruden, 1905, adjustable protractor bevel, Vg Sold For 120.00
  285. 13 – Assorted jeweler’s related trade tool: 4 – small hammers; screw driver’; brad set; side float; etc. Sold For 55.00
  286. 5 – Various wooden rules: 2 – advertising 4-fold 2ft. rules: Lister’s Standard Fertilizer, Newark, NJ; Thibaut, Varnish & Japan makers; Stanley #79-2ft 4-fold board foot measure, Vg; Etherington & Co., 4” caliper, Vg.; Stanley R&L #18-2ft. two-fold, G Sold For 30.00
  287. 3 – Folding knives: New York Knife Co., race/marking knife, G+; New York Knife Co., hook blade; Sheffield, stag handle Sold For 140.00
  288. 4 – Various items: 3 – folding knives: Sheffield, stag handle, G; goat horn & brass fold-back handle, G+; goat horn pen knife, F.; small walnut puzzle box Sold For 230.00
  289. 6 – Assorted measuring devices: rosewood & brass marking gauge, F+; Winterbottom, pat. 6-29-1869, mitre square, G.; 3 – sliding-T bevels: Hubbard & Co; Star Tool; unmarked (all VG); 6oz. steel tipped brass plumb bob, VG Sold For 50.00
  290. 3 – Early iron hand drills: unusual wedge stop chuck drill w/ heart design cast drive gear, P – F. (missing knurl?); small hand drill w/ 3 ¼” dia. wheel & storage tub handle, F+; small hand drill w/ 2 ¼” dia. wheel, G+ Sold For 55.00
  291. Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: 4 – iron dividers; brass outside caliper; combination pocket knife; cork screw; 2 – brushes; etc. Sold For 45.00
  292. 13 – Assorted carving chisels: Buck Bros.; Weldon; Moulson Bros.; etc. Sold For 75.00
  293. Tray lot assorted Millers Falls drilling devices: 10” ratchet brace, Vg; 3 – various hand drills, G. Sold For 65.00
  294. 7 – Various earl turn-screw drivers: Smith Mills & Co. lg. size w/ John Booth & Son, handle; Lg. smith made w/ turned cherry handle; J. Carrington, cabinet maker’s; etc. Sold For 20.00
  295. 4 – Assorted tape measures: Lufkin #0A10-75ft. w/ wooden handle, Vg; Lucas Reliable Varnish, advertising, Vg.; K&E 25ft. cloth w/ leather case, Vg; Chesterman, Sheffield, 100ft. cloth w/ leather case, Vg Sold For 10.00
  296. Tray lot: 9 – assorted T-handle gimlets, G-G+; cork screw Sold For 35.00
  297. 4 – Assorted measuring devices: older Davis patent, adjustable level mounted in Stanley wooden frame, G.; Stanley “sweetheart” #1193-18” brass framed mahogany level, Vg; 3 – try square: F. – G. Sold For 190.00
  298. 7 – Assorted hammers: Hammond, 6oz. claw, G+; 2 – double-end metal planishing hammers, Vg.; 3oz. rivet hammer; etc. Sold For 85.00
  299. Lg. tray lot assorted measuring devices: 10 assorted Zig-Zag rules; 2 – brass plumb bobs; 3 – small try squares; etc. Sold For 60.00
  300. Tray lot 12 – assorted ratchet & specialty screwdrivers: Knapp & Cowels, flexible shaft, F+; unsigned pat. 8-11-1885 screw keeper, Vg.; Goodell-Pratt, spiral lock; etc. Sold For 50.00
  301. Tray lot assorted gimlets & advertising ice picks, G – Vg Sold For 15.00
  302. Lg. tray lot assorted measuring devices: pr. of trammel points w/ rail; homemade rosewood marking gauge, Vg.; hand wrought frame square; several try squares; etc. Sold For 40.00
  303. Oak Victorian era Machinist tool chest w/ lift lid storage & 2 drawers w/ interior slide bar keeper. Drawers have small brass pull, 20 ½” X 12 ¼” X 10 ¾”, G. Sold For 150.00
  304. Dovetailed mahogany small tool chest w/ hinged lid, interior & divided lower compartment, 16 ½”x9”x7”, Vg. Chest includes many various jeweler’s type tools. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  305. J.B. Shannon & Son, “Boy’s” #5 wooden tool chest w/ contents. This box-joint chest has hinged lid w/ interior paper label, fancy cast cup handles, molded shoe base molding. Size: 18 ½” x 9 ¼” x 7 ¼”. Chest includes many various child’s toy tools & mini cast tools Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  306. Tray lot Various type tools: wiring booklet, Washburn & Moen Mfg. Co., Pocket Hand-book of Iron & Copper Wire, 1898; combination pliers/vise/punch/etc. tool, G; odd adjustable saw pitch set, unsigned; A. Borthwick, pat. June 23, 1885, wheel design saw set; unknown saw set (?) Sold For 35.00
  307. 5 – Various hand wrought divider/compass (4-winged dividers), F – G Sold For 25.00
  308. Lg. tray lot assorted measuring devices: compass dividers; outside calipers; micrometer; wooden marking gauge; etc. Sold For 45.00
  309. 6 – Assorted screwdriver type tools: Chantrell’s patent rosewood multi-tool handle w/ tools, Vg; Miller’s Falls rosewood multi-tool handle w/ tools, Vg; Millers Falls #67A spiral, E.; etc. Sold For 35.00
  310. Tray lot assorted tools: Buck Bros. firmer gouge; 2 – unmatched firmer chisels; 4 – saw sets; 3 – pad handle screwdrivers; tack puller; etc. Sold For 35.00
  311. 10 – Assorted wooden simple & complex molding planes, F+ – Vg: G. White; S. Cook; T. Shepard; etc. Sold For 160.00
  312. 4 – Complex wooden molding planes: J. Searing (John, Newark, NJ), astragal bead, Vg; Andruss (Newark, NJ) sash molding, F.; J. & L Denison, 1 ½” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, Vg; R. Eastburn, Grecian ogee, Vg Sold For 60.00
  313. 8 – Wooden simple & complex molding planes G+ - Vg:  pr. T. Shepard side rabbet planes; J. Colton; Webb & Camwell;; A. Mockridge, Newark, NJ; etc. Sold For 150.00
  314. 3 – Wooden planes: 2 – compass blocks: J. Greene, Vg (struck Jonathan Bird); Henry G. White, Vg; Union Factory, toothing plane, G+ Sold For 25.00
  315. 11 – Assorted wooden simple & complex molding planes, some projects – G+: Wm. Moss; Mockridge; W. Brooks; etc. Sold For 30.00
  316. 6 – Assorted wooden planes: 2 – rabbet: 1 – 18th century skew, G+; 2 – horned smoother blocks: 1 – German, & 1 – Austrian; toothing plane, branded G. Henry, missing iron Sold For 35.00
  317. 7 – Assorted wooden edge tools: 2 – wooden handle spoke shaves; 3 – hollow planes w/ chamfer shoulder: I. Cox; J.B. Smith; Madox; 2 – rabbet planes w/ chamfer shoulders: Stonhert, Bath; T. Billings Sold For 45.00
  318. Box lot assorted wooden project tools, F. - G: I. Cox, wedge arm plow; unsigned two-way T&G plane; Martin, Phila. flute & plate pilaster molding, missing iron; 18th century handle cove molding, missing iron & wedge; signed (?) snipe bill, G. Sold For 35.00
  319. 10 – Assorted simple & complex wooden molding planes w/ chamfer shoulders, G+: I. Cox: quarter-round; V-groove (missing iron); 2 - side bead; etc. Sold For 55.00
  320. 5 – Assorted wooden joinery planes: J. Donaldson, J. Hall, St. Louis, Mo. Coping plane w/ fence, Vg; unsigned wedge arm plow, G; I. Cox, grooving, G.; etc. Sold For 10.00
  321. Tray lot assorted pliers & wrenches: Trimo, adjustable basin wrench; The Lownes Mfg. adjustable pipe wrench, Stillson 6” pipe wrench; 2 – wire nippers; etc. Sold For 90.00
  322. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: Osborne leatherworking knives, NIB; wooden box flashlight w/ wire handle; drill bits; etc. Sold For 20.00
  323. Mahogany & cherry wood bow/turning saw w/ mahogany turned handles, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  324. 3 – Assorted tools: unknown iron frame low angle plane (blind nailing?); iron pistol grip slitting gauge w/ pat. 7-17-1877, G; unsigned oyster knife, F+ Sold For 80.00
  325. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #6-C fore plane, Vg.; Craftsman 14”-C jack, VG Sold For 45.00
  326. Rare, Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #1-5 ½” smoother jack, Vg. (sm. chip from base of knob). A real beauty!!!! Sold For 725.00
  327. Stanley Bailey #7-C jointer, post WWII, VG Sold For 55.00
  328. Stanley Bailey #7 jointer w/ unpainted embossed lever cap, handle & knob are painted black, G+ - Vg Sold For 95.00
  329. Stanley Bailey #2 smoother jack w/ V-trademark, circa 1912-20, repaired handle crack Vg Sold For 130.00
  330. Stanley Bailey #2 smoother jack, post WWII w/ V-trademark on iron. The lever cap is embossed & orange painted, Vg Sold For 170.00
  331. Homemade wooden 14” bucksaw, G+ Sold For 30.00
  332. 3 – Auger bit sets: Irwin #88M 6 bit set in oak case, Vg.; James Swan 13 bit set in oak case w/ nickel-plated tag, Vg.; Irwin “D” set of 13 bits in original unfinished case, G+ Sold For 220.00
  333. Rare, “20th Century” Lowentraut Mfg. combination adjustable wrench/brace w/ adjustable angle to jaws, pat. 5-21-1901, VG+. This one is for all wrench collectors!!!! Sold For 100.00
  334. 2 – Odd adjustable wrenches: “Joy’s” patent 2-1-1898, wagon wrench, Vg; Rare, Pancoast & Maule, Phila.  (Unmentioned in references), pat. 6-24-1873, & 9-22-1874, combination adjustable Sold For 60.00
  335. 4 – Oddity pliers/wrenches: Mathews, “Never-Stall” combination, pat. 9-14-1909; “Grip-Lock” pliers, pat. 1-22-1824; K. Mueller & Co. medical (?) lock-jaw pliers; Ross Mfg. “Lock-line” pat. pending Sold For 65.00
  336. 6 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: A.W. Mfg; Craft 8”, pat. 11-1907; Joslyn patent 7-10-1855, nut wrench; Rex, pat. 6-5-1894, pipe pliers/wrench; Bemis & Call #2 “Merrick’s Patent” pipe wrench; etc. Sold For 100.00
  337. 5 – Assorted claw hammers: Keen Kutter, 16oz.; Maydole, 16oz.; Ursus #4 w/ nail slot head, Vg; Rite (?) Tool 16oz. double-claw, Vg; upholsterer’s claw w/ braced handle, G Sold For 90.00
  338. Stanley R&L #25-28” brass tip rosewood level, VG Sold For 30.00
  339. 3 – Various levels: no-name 18” “open-work” iron level, Vg; Peerless, 12” wooden level, G.; Modern Utilities Co. 12” “Perfection” grade scale, VG+ Sold For 50.00
  340. 4 – Assorted tools: Buffalo, NY., millstone pick, Vg.; Black Jack “Artisan” half shingling hatchet, Vg; unsigned, Cooper’s adze; framer’s claw w/ bricklayer poll Sold For 55.00
  341. 5 – Assorted Jeweler’s hammers: 3oz. brass planishing; 2 – 3oz. rivet; 2 – ball-peen Sold For 50.00
  342. 11 – Assorted novelty & specialty hammers: machinist made barrel head nut cracker; claw handle staple hammer; pat. 7-25-1898, cigar box hammer; cross-faced rivet; etc. Sold For 80.00
  343. 6 – Assorted “Bicycle” style adjustable wrenches: 3 ½” German combination; Billings & Spencer Co: Pierce B – 5”, & pat. 2-18-1878 model A; Wakefield 5 3/8” bicycle; etc. Sold For 60.00
  344. 6 – Small adjustable wrenches: 3 – self-adjusting: Red Chief “L.C. Automatic”, pat. 11-16-1915, Vg; Cochran 5 5/8” “Speed-nut”, Vg; Nut: #1 “Self-adjusting”, G+; Sterling #2-6 ½”; Mossberg 5”; etc. Sold For 35.00
  345. 12 – Assorted screwdrivers: C.P. ratchet-tip, Vg.; “Screw-Master” pat. 1743505; H.D. Smith, “Triple-lever” w/ fold-out T-handle; unknown gear-tip; etc. Sold For 60.00
  346. 4 – Specialty hammers: pattern-makers “flat-peen”; German, upholsterer’s claw w/ long round poll; hooked spike-tip w/ octagon poll, G; Disston saw dresser hammer, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  347. 2 – Refinished wooden levels: Cook’s Patent #6-30” brass tipped, refinished VG; Akron, Eclipse 26” brass tip, refinished VG. Sold For 35.00
  348. 2 – Measuring devices: pr. Large brass steel tip trammel points on 1 ¾”x 5/8”x 47” rail, marked S.H. Peters; “knock-down” framing square, G. Sold For 65.00
  349. 2 – Handsaws: Geo. Bishop & Co. 10” dbl. edge reversible, VG; Disston & Sons, #16-16”-10pt., Vg Sold For 30.00
  350. 2 – Disston backsaws: Disston & Son, 14” serpentine strike, Vg.; Disston & Sons, 14” arch strike, VG Sold For 65.00
  351. 2 – Reversible handsaws: Disston & Sons, 20 ½” Vg; Geo. Bishop, 16” backsaw, G+ Sold For 55.00
  352. Atkins & Co. #100-20” flooring handsaw, VG Sold For 55.00
  353. 3 – Various hacksaws: Edison Steel Works 9” slope back w/ metal handle, VG; Eclipse #55 w/ aluminum handle, Vg.; Goodell-Pratt adj. back w/ off-hand grip, VG Sold For 7.50
  354. 2 – Hatchets: Shapleigh Hardware, embossed belt hatchet, “For Sportsman” w/ hunting dog graphics, Vg; Craftsman cruise/marking hatchet marked Reg. US Pat. off-M, Vg Sold For 100.00
  355. 2 – Claw face/poll hatchets: embossed, D.H. Co., “Clean-Cut” full shingling hatchet w/ claws under square poll, G+; hand wrought, lathing/marking hatchet w/ upper poll claw, F-G Sold For 75.00
  356. 2 – Hatchets: R.C.B., 1954, “Fireman’s” pick hatchet w/ steel brace wooden handle, VG; embossed, “Lakeside Saw & Tool Co.” w/ lake & lighthouse graphics, shingling half hatchet, G+ Sold For 90.00
  357. 8 – Assorted iron handle hammers: Fulton rim tool; Weaver tire tool; Clark Bars hatchet; Vulcan Auto tool; Scale-Master tool; etc. Sold For 70.00
  358. 8 – Assorted wrecking bar style tools: Ziamatic “Mini Quick” bar; W.M. Keague, pat. 3-15-1864, nail ripper, VG; spear tip pry bar; dbl. bit hatchet; Mellor Box Opener; etc. Sold For 70.00
  359. 9 – Assorted adjustable wrench: “Any Angle”, pat. 11-1916, VG; Universal Wrench w/ patent spring-back lock; Schaller, 6”; J.L. Taylor, slide-jaw pipe wrench; etc. Sold For 140.00
  360. 5 – Assorted hammers: box maker’s hammer w/ spike tip claw & braced handle, G.; Virtue & Ferguson brace handle claw; hand wrought claw w/ brace handle; round stone knapping hammer; copper tip double head planishing, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  361. 3 – Adjustable wagon nut wrenches: Portland Wrench Co., pat. 11-2-1880, G+; Goodell Co., “Quick Adjust” pat. 11-19-1889, G; etc. Sold For 130.00
  362. 6 – Assorted hammers: grocer’s hatchet w/ braced handle; odd double-peen hammer; Farrier’s hot cutting hammer; etc. Sold For 100.00
  363. 4 – Oddity combination wrenches: unknown maker revolving turret head wrench w/ 4 various sizes. It has slide-up keeper & wooden handle, G.; H. G. Wernmont, pli-nippers; Albert Leam Mfg. (?) combination pli-nippers w/ revolving head, Vg; Blackhawk #151combination 4-jaw adjustable, Vg. Sold For 230.00
  364. 4 – Various tools: 2 – leatherworking hammers (1 – swan’s neck); Stanley 3lb. claw, Vg.; double-end prospecting pick w/ round-eye Sold For 85.00
  365. 3 – Various shaves: cast brass coachbuilders’ edge rounder, Vg; 2”  cast brass Jarvis shave, Vg; late cast iron framed rabbet shave, G+ Sold For 55.00
  366. Wheelwright’s bike-handle boxing router w/ wooden handle, Vg Sold For 50.00
  367. 3 – Assorted drawknives: 4 ¾” Cooper’s howel/chamfer knife, G+; hand wrought 13” straight back, Vg; 7” straight back stop chamfer, VG. Sold For 80.00
  368. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #7-C jointer, Vg Sold For 90.00
  369. Stanley Bailey #8-C jointer plane, post WWII, Vg Sold For 110.00
  370. 2 – Edge tools: Stanley #95 side/edge rabbet w/ pat. date, Vg; 5” squirrel tail block, unsigned, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  371. 2 – Spoke shaves: Stearns & Co., pat. 3-27-1900 adjustable pitch shave, Vg. E. Preston, patent adjustable depth, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  372. Early Stanley #45 combination molding plane, missing parts, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  373. 2 – Stanley edge tools: #50 combination molding plane w/ pat. 9-11-1883, only 1 iron, Vg; #83 adjustable scraper w/ depth gauge roller, pat. 2-4-1896, Vg Sold For 50.00
  374. Stanley #400 picture framer’s clamp, G+ Sold For 40.00
  375. 4 – Stanley tools: #56 ½ X19” Cooper’s heavy head shave, Vg.; #80 scraper, Vg.; universal beader, missing guide, G.; #77 mortise gauge, VG Sold For 80.00
  376. 4 – Wooden planes: unsigned, quarter round, molding, Vg.; John Bell, Phila., toothing/scraper, Vg.; unsigned 5 ½” small coffin block, Vg.; unsigned 7” block, G+ Sold For 50.00
  377. 4 – Various shaves: match pr. Cincinnati Tool Co. hollow & round shaves, Vg; Stanley #64, Vg; Stearns, G+ Sold For 95.00
  378. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes, Vg: Henry White, “lamb’s tongue”; Auburn Tool, Grecian Ogee w/ bevel; Holbrook, quarter round; etc. Sold For 80.00
  379. 8 – Wooden bead & complex molding planes, Vg. Makers include: G. Long; Howland & Co; Union Factory; D.R. Barton; etc. Sold For 120.00
  380. 12 – Wooden hollow & round molding planes, G+ - VG: W.R. Walker; T.S. See; Kennedy; etc Sold For 75.00
  381. 9 – Assorted wooden molding planes, G - VG: E.W. Carpenter, T&G, missing iron & wedge; Sheneman, skewed rabbet; See, skewed rabbet; pr. A. Cummings, Boston, T&G plane; C. See, side bead Sold For 50.00
  382. 12 – Assorted wooden project planes, G Sold For 7.50
  383. Stanley-Marsh #400 picture frame clamp, G+ Sold For 40.00
  384. 2 – Handsaws: Sandvik Tradition, 26”, Vg; 15 ¾” open grip, G+ Sold For 12.50
  385. 13” Bow/turning handsaw w/ fiddle scroll top & turned handle, G Sold For 40.00
  386. 2 – Hand wrought fencepost mortise axe, unsigned, G Sold For 90.00
  387. Hynson, Tool Supply Co., sun/topping plane, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  388. 8 – Assorted tools: firmer & bench chisels, G.; Witherby; Stanley; Bridgeport Tool; etc. & 3 – Lufkin, zig-zag rules: Sold For 60.00
  389. 3 – Tools: German, hand axe, G+; Stanley #104-12” wooden level, VG+; tin kerosene can w/ wire handle, painted Sold For 20.00
  390.  Rare, Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, 24”-5pt. handsaw w/ ornamental cast brass braced rosewood handle, wooden handle is cracked, but the brass brace is “Sweet” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 180.00
  391. 2 – Wooden  bench planes: unsigned, hardwood raise handle, 14 ½” jointer, Vg; unsigned 13 ½” panel raiser plane, owner hand carved initials on nose of plane, good user model Sold For 25.00
  392. 9 - Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, Vg: Auburn Tool; Owasco Tool; H. Chapin; etc. Sold For 95.00
  393. 8 – Assorted wooden complex & joinery molding planes, G – Vg: Casey Kitchel, high reveal Grecian ogee; Sam. Farrand, screw adjust sash molding; Searing, match tongue & grove; etc. Sold For 55.00
  394. 5 – Assorted wooden bench planes: German, horned toothing block, Vg; Sandusky block; fore & jointer plane, G+ Sold For 40.00
  395. 2 – Wooden molding planes: Owasco Tool Co. handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood arms & nuts & knobs. It has 6 various iron, Vg; Union Factory, H. Chapin, screw arm sash molding w/ boxwood threads & knobs, Vg Sold For 50.00
  396. 3 – Tools: unknown maker, “patent pending” wooden multiple bead molding tool w/ revolving 6 size head on two-handle cherry handle, Vg; 5 ¾” diameter hand wrought wheel traveler, G.; modern 10” dovetail saw w/ turned handle Sold For 170.00
  397. 24” Mahogany bow/turning saw w/ fiddle scroll rails & turned handles, replaced brace rail, Vg Sold For 45.00
  398. 4 – Assorted handsaws: 26”-6pt. w/ steel braced walnut handle, F+; Bradshaw 25” w/ walnut handle, F+; H. Disston, 24”-5pt. w/ split-nut, G.; Atkins 26”, F+ Sold For 90.00
  399. Douglass Mfg., 4” socket handle slick w/ bevel top & early turned hickory handle. Edge is poorly ground, needs some TLC Sold For 120.00
  400. Unsigned 8 ½” side broad axe w/ correct off-set hickory handle. Axe has upper & lower lugs, Vg Sold For 55.00
  401. 2 – Edge tools: unsigned left hand hewing hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, G+; I. Cox & Co. 3 ½” narrow socket handle slick (poor handle, needs replace), F+ Sold For 100.00
  402. 2 – Socket handle barking spuds, G. Sold For 45.00
  403. 2 – Early 19th century squares: mortise & tenon constructed “Scrivener’s”  square w/ scroll/arch fence & 24 ½” bevel edge rail, G.; 15” try square w/ diamond inlay rivet mounts, owner strike of R.T. Stager, G. Sold For 25.00
  404. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 4 – folding rules: Lufkin #372 caliper, VG; 3 – F.; wooden marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw, G; 2 – iron plumb bobs; etc Sold For 25.00
  405. Tray lot assorted tools: unsigned panel marking gauge w/ calibrated rail, G+; shingling full hatchet, F; 4 – firmer chisels, F Sold For 45.00
  406. Gray painted large carpenter’s tool chest w/ molded rim raised panel lift lid, base mold &  2 sliding drawer interior, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  407. 3 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – Union Factory, T&G combination molding planes, Vg; homemade edge chamfer plane, Vg Sold For 60.00
  408. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: altered cut cove molding; 3 – rabbet: Chapin-Stephens; Sandusky; Owasco tool; etc. Sold For 40.00
  409. Dovetailed softwood tool chest w/ clear varnish finish. Chest has lift lid w/ sliding interior 3 over 2 drawer tray, iron handles & wooden base board. 32” X 18 ½” x 20 ½” Sold For 80.00
  410. Steel braced carpenter’s tool chest. Chest has steel banded lift lid, baseboard on dovetailed chest. Interior has sliding lidded rosewood tray & drop-door saw compartment under lid. 35” x 20 ¾” x 21 ½” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  411. Modern Masonic decorated tool chest. Oak trim on Pine chest w/ square & dividers on front of chest & lower storage drawer. Lift lid has carved oak floral medallion. The  interior has a 11 over 3 drawer sliding tray. 34” x 18” x 20” Sold For 100.00
  412. 2 pr. Steel tipped brass trammel points: fancy open shield form for 3/8 X 1 ¼” rail w/ 3 ¾” tips, Vg; heavy solid cast for 7/8” X 1 3/8” rail, VG Sold For 100.00
  413. 2 pr. Steel tipped brass trammel points w/ fancy square open casting: very heavy set for ¾” x 1 ¾” rail w/ 3 ¾” bullet shape tips; medium set for 5/8” x 1 5/8” w/ 4 3/8” tips, Vg Sold For 95.00
  414. 2 pr. Steel tipped brass trammel points: solid cast heavy set w/ “Mickey Mouse” ear stop screws for 3/8” x 1 1/8” rail w/ 3 ¾” tips, Vg; open square cast set for 5/16” x 1 ¼” rail w/ 3 7/8” tips, VG Sold For 65.00
  415. Farmers’ field/plot layout set: spear tipped iron stake & iron string winder on iron rod, VG. Sold For 30.00
  416. Rare, Denso model P50E wheel mounted cycle gas & electric motor (?). Single cylinder model of unknown CC, is mounted on heavy wire wheel. This wheel mount motor is possibly from an early moped. Check it out!!!! Sold For 120.00
  417. 2 – Motor related tools: Detroit Oil Co. oak case magneto for unknown motor; Alex Rowland patent hand operated adjustable diameter gasket cutter w/ original wooden base, Vg Sold For 35.00
  418. 3 – Adjustable handle drawknives: rare, 8 ½” marked L. Stoudt (Lucian, Alsace Twp., Berks Co., 1890), Vg; other two are unsigned Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  419. Lg. Tray lot assorted blacksmith tongs & signed Phila. millstone pick, G. Sold For 40.00
  420. 3 – Small bench top horned anvils: 4 1/8” x 2” x 2”; 4 ½” x 1 3/8” x 2 3/8”; 4 3/8” x 1 ½” x 2” Sold For 70.00
  421. 2 – Anvils: horned bench top, 8” x 2 5/8” x 3 ¾”, F.; bench slot stake tinsmith stake, G. Sold For 65.00
  422. Tray lot smith stakes & forms: pipe forming tool; 6 – assorted fuller stakes, Vg; nail header; etc. Sold For 80.00
  423. Tray lot 6 – assorted metalworking tools: ormolu mount forming anvil w/ metal pounce, ornate floral scroll design, Vg.; 2 – non-use small anvils; 2 – hand vises w/ wing-nuts, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  424. 12 – Assorted Conestoga(?) wagon combination pin tools: 10 – hub wrench pins; 2 – pin/hammers Sold For 10.00
  425. 6 – Assorted machine/combination wrenches: H&D, York; National; IH; Vanbrunt; etc. Sold For 30.00
  426. 8 – Assorted implement wrenches, F – G Sold For 35.00
  427. Tray lot assorted hub & implement wrench, assorted makers & types, F – G Sold For 30.00
  428. 4 – Assorted drawknives: 8 ¼” straight back stop chamfer, G+; James Swan 8” safety folding handle, Vg.; 7 ½” sag back, VG.; 7” sag back, G+ Sold For 70.00
  429. 5 – Assorted iron handle shaves: Stearns 2”, F+; round heel shave; J.P. Hyde & unsigned leather edge trimmers, F – G; Stanley, Bailey patent adjustable, G. Sold For 35.00
  430. 4 – Assorted drawknives: R. Beatty (Robert, 1827-1854) 10” Cooper’s heading knife, G; Witherby, 8” straight back, Vg; Witherby, 10” straight back, G+; European 8 5/8” w/ multiple tool strikes, G Sold For 60.00
  431. Tray lot assorted implement & specialty wrenches, G.; Hog leader Sold For 45.00
  432. Maimin Thread Seal #55 fabric cutting machine, missing parts Sold For 5.00
  433. Small drop-forged Farrier’s anvil, 12 ¼” x 5 ½” x 6 ¼”, approx. 30lb. Sold For 250.00
  434. Small Farrier’s anvil, 12 ½” x 5 3/8” x 6 ½”, approx. 30lb. some pitting Sold For 150.00
  435. 2 – “What’s it” tools: L. Foster, socket handle barking slick, some pitting w/ turned hickory handle, G; hand wrought boot jack w/ ring in harp design, G. Sold For 50.00
  436. T.K. (initialed), hand wrought reaping hook/sickle, G+ Sold For 15.00
  437. Hand wrought scythe w/ two-handle on hickory shaft, Vg. Sold For 180.00
  438. 2 – Drilling devices: Millers Falls #52 geared right angle drill w/ ratchet hand crank, Vg; Millers Falls #51 right angle bit stock, G+ Sold For 110.00
  439. 3 – Drilling devices: Stanley #984 right-angle ratchet brace, G; Goodell-Pratt Co. hand crank right-angle drill, G.; unknown maker, pat. 1-14-1896, adjustable angle brace attachment, G+ Sold For 95.00
  440. 14 – Assorted implement & trade wrenches: 3 – International Harvester adjustable wrenches; 4 – combination wrenches: 2 - I.H.; Farouhar; David Bradley; 2 – open end wrenches w/ measure increments: GM & Ford; etc. Sold For 80.00
  441. Tray lot 14 – Iron handle demolition type tools: various makers & types, G. – Vg. Sold For 40.00
  442. Tray lot assorted Ford & Fordson wrenches: 4 – adjustable wrenches; 7 – open end wrenches; 3 – pliers Sold For 80.00
  443. 5 – Small Adjustable wrenches: Crescent 4”, G+; J.H. Williams 4”, Vg; Overman Wrench Co. 5”; Mossberg A-2, 5 ½”, G+; Acme 5”, G Sold For 40.00
  444. 8 – Assorted combination/oddity tools: Vulcan Auto tool; Planet Jr. wrench; Simplex ratchet wrench; Handy combination nail pincers, etc. Sold For 30.00
  445. 5 – Assorted pliers type tools: DRGM, duplex revolving-head, Vg.; 6 ¾” pliers/hatchet, G+; Jeweler’s duplex jaw, G; 2 – leather working witchet pliers, G+ Sold For 65.00
  446. 8 – Assorted wrenches: Walden ratchet wrench; 7 – adjustable: Yemco, York, Pa.; Sterling #2-6 ½”; Billings & Spencer, 6 ½”; Westcott, 6”; etc. Sold For 100.00
  447. Miller Falls (?), combination breast/chain drill w/ adjustable angle head & ratchet handle, repainted Sold For 40.00
  448. 2 – Oddity drilling devices: Millers Falls (?) combination hand drill/brace, F+; Millers Falls enclosed brace w/ solid shaft, G+ Sold For 110.00
  449. 2 – Oddity corner drill/braces w/ shielded union joints: Millers Falls (?) adjustable angle & Crank handle, Vg; unknown maker “Patent applied for” breast drill w/ adjustable crank handle, G. Sold For 100.00
  450. Unknown maker, corner ratchet brace w/ enclosed gear box & chrome plated meta, G+ - VG Sold For 55.00
  451. 3 – Stanley braces, VG+: #984 right-angle ratchet brace; #955-10” ratchet brace; #923-10” ratchet brace Sold For 45.00
  452. 6 – Assorted brace attachments: Woods’ Universal adjustable hollow auger, Vg; 2 – tubular hollow augers: 5/8”, F. & ¾”, FG; gasket seating hollow auger; etc, Sold For 45.00
  453. 3 – Various hammers: 2 Lb. saw dressers’ mallet; unsigned box makers claw w/ spike & stepped claw & round poll, Vg.; odd nail slot claw w/ enclosed tail, F. Sold For 70.00
  454. 11 – Various oddity tools: 4 – various sleigh/sled ice knocker picks; combination pin/rivet hammer; combination crate hatchet; hand wrought tack puller; hand wrought screw driver; etc. Sold For 30.00
  455. 2 – Eifel geared pliers w/ 9 various additional jaws. One pliers/wrench has canvas sheath Sold For 30.00
  456. 10 – Assorted pliers type tools: 3 – Wm. Hjorth, “parrot-jaw”; Red Devil “Giant” grip; Never-slip side pliers w/ wire cutter; etc. Sold For 55.00
  457. 3 – Handsaws, G. - Vg: Sandvik 270-Norseman; C.E. Jennings Patent 8; Disston & Sons, 28”-5pt., Sold For 20.00
  458. 2 – Handsaws: Atkins “Perfection” 24”-10pt., G; Geo. Bishop & Co. 26”-6pt., Vg. Sold For 15.00
  459. 3 – Handsaws: Keen Kutter 22”-12pt. Vg.; Pennsylvania Saw Corp. 22”-12pt. Vg; Geo. Bishop & Co. 26 ½”-5 1/2pt., Vg Sold For 7.50
  460. 3 – Handsaws: Brown’s #3-26”-7pt. G+; Supplee Hardware 25 ½”, G.; Gold Medal Saw Corp. 26”, G Sold For 20.00
  461. 3 – Signed, hand wrought edge tools: J.F. Grosh (John, 1825, Manor Twp., Lancaster Co.) half hatchet w/ rectangular poll, G; 2 – Hewes (Little Britain Twp, Lancaster Co.) drawknives, F. & G Sold For 60.00
  462.  3 – Stanley tools: #39-12” iron level, G+; #78 rabbet/fillister, missing fence & stop; #6-C fore plane w/ original box, plane Vg. (box rough) Sold For 75.00
  463. Lg. tinsmith’s bench shears, signed D. Cobb, Vg, 36” overall length Sold For 20.00
  464. 3 – Tools: M. Tyzack #120 brass back shoulder tenon saw, Vg; Keen Kutter 12oz. ball-peen, G; rosewood & oak joiner’s mallet, Vg Sold For 45.00
  465. Tray lot assorted tools; unknown maker cone shape spoke pointer, Vg; Starrett #50 steel tape w/ 6” cylinder shape plumb bob, G+; Jeweler’s bench vise/anvil, VG; etc. Sold For 30.00
  466. Tray lot assorted measuring tools: Stanley #39 ½-6” machine level, Vg.; 2 – Stanley #35 caliper/rules, Vg.; 2 – plumb bobs; trammel point set; etc. Sold For 40.00
  467. 4 – Disston handsaws, G. – VG: D-8-20”-9pt; D-115-26”-5 ½ pt.; 2 – older panel saws w/ nib Sold For 35.00
  468. 4 – Handsaws: Keystone “Defender” 5 ½ pt. w/ bobsled scene graphics, Vg; Disston D-23-8pt., G+; Atkins #2000 silver steel, Vg; etc Sold For 10.00
  469. 4 – Small handsaws: “Our Saw” 15 ½”-8pt. G+; unsigned 18” w/ brass split-nuts, V g; Jennings & Co. Interchangeable w/ 18”-10pt., G; Disston & Sons, 16” compass w/ fishtail handle, Vg Sold For 45.00
  470. 4 – Handsaws: Disston: D-23-5 ½ pt., G+; D-42-8pt. G; Keen Kutter 26”-5 ½ pt., Vg; Belmont Hardware 28”-5 ½ pt. Sold For 7.50
  471. 3 – Handsaws: The Simonds Saw #71-11pt., Vg; Keystone “Challenger” 5 ½ pt. w/ boat graphics, G+; Sheffield “Reliable” #58-6pt. w/ Airship graphics, G+ Sold For 25.00
  472. 3 – Handsaws: Flower City, 28”-5 pt. w/ walnut iron braced handle, G+; “Made for Sees & Faber” 18 ¼”-12 pt. G+; Jennings & Co. 24: steel back mitre, Vg Sold For 35.00
  473. 3 – Handsaws: Pennsylvania Saw Co. “Imperial” 15 ½” Vg; Atkins #23-19” two-edge, Vg; Atkins for “Hubbard’s 85th Anniversary” Vg Sold For 5.00
  474. 4 – Early various panel saws: 3 w / brass split-nuts, G – VG Sold For 30.00
  475. 4 – Various handsaws: Disston D-42 “Victory” graphics, Vg; “Try Me” 26”-7 pt. w/ iron braced walnut handle, Vg; Atkins 26”-10pt. w/ floral handle, G.; etc. Sold For 45.00
  476. 12 – Assorted common & user handsaws, G+-Vg: Disston; Stanley; Craftsman; etc. Sold For 45.00
  477. 9 – Assorted late user Disston handsaws, G+ - Vg. Sold For 22.50
  478. 2 – Disston #D100 handsaws w/ aluminum retro handles, G Sold For 20.00
  479. 3 – Handsaws, Vg: Atkins #53-15 ½”-10 pt.; Craftsman 26 ¼”-11pt; Ulmos “7 in one” by Kingsland Saw Works w/ square/angle/rule etc., VG Sold For 35.00
  480. 3 – Handsaws: Simonds 24” carcass saw w/ fishtail handle, Vg; C.Y. Shelly & Bros. Hardware, Allentown, Pa. 26”-9pt., G+; Phoenix 26”-8pt., G+ Sold For 30.00
  481. 3 – Various Cooper’s adze, F – G+ Sold For 85.00
  482. 4 – Assorted Disston steel back saws, various lengths & trademarks, G – G+ Sold For 90.00
  483. Lg. tray lot of metal edge squares (most Stanley): 8 - #12, various lengths, F+ - Vg; 3 – combination squares, vg; 1 – brass handle try square, G Sold For 22.50
  484. Tray lot advertising & collectibles: Keen Kutter cast iron match safe w/ red antiqued surface (possible reproduction); Southern Pacific RR “Shasta Route” booklet, Vg; 2 – railroad passes: Southern Pacific,  & Northwest Pacific; frame of 11 cent railroad car stamps Sold For 17.50
  485. 4 – Various tools: 2 – Reid, Phila. Archimedes screwdrivers, G. & Vg; Richards & Co. #88 compass saw w/ fishtail handle, G; walnut & brass saw pad/handle, G+ Sold For 30.00
  486. 10 – Assorted sliding-T bevels, most Stanley, G. – Vg Sold For 50.00
  487. 6 – Assorted wooden marking gauges: E.W. Carpenter w/ rosewood screw, G+; Stanley: #62, Vg; #64 ½, G+; #205, G+; etc. Sold For 45.00
  488. 3 – Measuring devices: Topp’s framing tool, G+; Lufkin #372R-12” two-fold caliper rule, Vg; Stanley #136 ½ caliper rule, Vg Sold For 25.00
  489. Tray lot modern Stanley tools, Vg: 2 – 4pc. #60 wood chisel sets w/ tool cases, Vg; 3 pc. Carpenter’s chisel set w/ case; Surform replacement rasp blades, E. Sold For 40.00
  490. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Bedrock #603-C, post – WWII, Vg; Bailey #3 smooth, cracked handle, G Sold For 160.00
  491. Early Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ blades & fence. Frame is floral embossed casting Sold For 60.00
  492. Assorted small tools & collectibles: Chevrolet printing block, Vg; Stanley “sweetheart” #413-3ft aluminum zig-zag rule, Vg; brass Violin maker’s bow shave, Vg; North Bros. #60 screwdriver, Vg.; spool top plumb bob, G; etc Sold For 55.00
  493. 5 – Assorted Stanley tools: 2 – Defiance #1207 hobby vises, G & Vg; #89 clapboard gauge, G; #59 doweling gauge, Vg; bit stop gauge, Vg Sold For 50.00
  494. 2 – Iron rabbet/fillister planes: Sargent #79, Vg; Stanley #78, F+ Sold For 30.00
  495. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley: Defiance #1207 hobby vise, Vg; #59 doweling gauge, NIB; #95 butt mortise gauge, G.; pr. #4 trammel points, Vg; #281 butt-hinge mortise tool; Millers Falls #227 butt mortise gauge, NIB Sold For 40.00
  496. 3 – Various planes w/ original boxes: Wards Master Quality, rabbet/fillister; Corsair, 9” jack plane; Craftsman #3742 jack Sold For 25.00
  497. 2 – Stanley bench planes: late #4 jack w/ yellow embossed lever cap, Vg+; 9” pressed steel jack w/ “sweetheart” trademark Sold For 50.00
  498. 2 – Cheney claw hammers w/ pat. nail holder, Vg. (12oz & 16oz) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  499. 7 – Assorted hammers: 2 – cobbler’s round (1 – Hammond); 5 – various claw hammers (1 – adj. pitch head) Sold For 30.00
  500. Comical “oddity” claw hammer w/ two handles: Stanley #H111 ½ -16oz. Sold For 65.00
  501. 2 – Transitional bench planes: Union #35 handled block, G+; Fulton Tool Co. 15” fore, Vg Sold For 35.00
  502. 4 – Hatchets: 2 – shingling half hatchets: Phila. Tool Co. w/ octagon poll, G+; Stanley 12oz. F+; Plumb “Boy Scout” camp, G+; “Anniversary” hand axe, G Sold For 55.00
  503. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: 18pc. Irwin auger bit set in canvas roll, Vg; 2 – Stanley braces: #923-14” ratchet, G+; #921-10”, G+ Sold For 55.00
  504. 4 – Assorted drilling devices: chain drill by unknown maker, G+; 2 – 6” ratchet braces (1 – Stanley & 1 – Frays); Craftsman 10” ratchet brace, G+ Sold For 60.00
  505. 7 – Assorted Stanley ratchet braces, G+ - Vg. Sold For 35.00
  506. Stanley #530 bench top C-clamp, G Sold For 40.00
  507. 6 – Assorted Stanley block planes: 2 - #101, F. & Vg; #118 pressed-steel low angle, Vg; 2 - #9 ½, G+ & Vg; #220, F+ Sold For 40.00
  508. 2 – Lg. try squares w/ rosewood & brass handles: Stanley #20-18” w/ pat. date, G; Mathieson, 15 ½”, G+ Sold For 65.00
  509. 4 – Lg. measuring devices: 2 – sliding-T bevels (1 – Stanley), G.; Stanley 9” mitre square, G; Stanley #20-15” try square, Vg Sold For 25.00
  510. Tray lot assorted measuring devices & collectibles: Stanley: lady’s wrist watch w/ case by Image Watch Co.; “Bicentennial” 20ft. tape; 2 – extender series tape measure; 2 – line levels; Lufkin 50ft. cloth tape refill in original box Sold For 10.00
  511. 4 – Various tools: Plumb square poll lathing hatchet, Vg; “Skatchet” w/ skate edge running hatchet, Vg; Snap-on BF-614 picking hammer, Vg.; etc. Sold For 55.00
  512. 6 – Assorted block planes: Stanley: #140 rabbet edge, G; #9 1/2, Vg; #60 ½ low angle, Vg; American Boy; 2 – pressed-steel Sold For 100.00
  513. 4 – “Oddity” nail puller tools: hand wrought “alligator” jaw tongs, G+; wire fencing combination tongs w/ pat. 1-2-1900 & May 14, Vg; “Bulldog”, pat. 3-1-1898 & 8-16-92, G+; hand wrought wire fencing combination tongs/hammer, G Sold For 35.00
  514. 5 – Assorted adjustable wrenches, G: Johnston “Automatic” pipe; Cellman Mfg. Co. “Polly” slide-jaw, pat. 4-17-1923; Remis & Call #5 double-jaw combination, G; Trimo “Basin” wrench; etc. Sold For 45.00
  515. 4 – Adjustable wrenches: Brock’s patent chain jaw pipe wrench, pat, 12-20-1887; Atlas 10”, pat. 1888, adjustable lock-in jaw, G+; Hayward Wrench Co. pat. 11-4-1918, six-hinge adjustable, VG. Hoe Corp., pat. 2-21-1922, VG Sold For 95.00
  516. 4 – Assorted Stanley transitional bench planes, refinished: 8” block w/ “Liberty Bell” cap; #32 jointer; #28 jointer; #135 raise handle block w/ “Liberty Bell” cap Sold For 65.00
  517. 5 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench plane, refinished: #28 jointer; #127 fore w/ “Liberty Bell” cap; 2 - #27 fore; #35 raise handle block Sold For 70.00
  518. 3 – Drilling devices: Roger’s auger handle w/ odd snail twist bit; off-center crank brace w/ thumb-screw chuck, G; Poper Iron & Wire Works #4592 hand drill w/ Jacobs chuck & brass crank gears, G+ Sold For 65.00
  519. 3 – Hatchets: embossed “American Rose Beauty” hewing full hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, Vg; combination kitchen hatchet/tenderizer/pick; Plane Axe Corp. combination half hatchet w/ shaving plane, Vg Sold For 140.00
  520. 4 – “Oddity” tools: Portable Tool Co., safety hatchet w/ fold-down blade & pressed steel handle; Hercules “Fence Master” combination pliers/claw hammer; Red Viking combination pliers/hatchet, G+; iron combination wire fencing hammer w/ stepped clip puller, pat. 11-20-1894, F Sold For 60.00
  521. 7 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: W. Baxter, 2-jaw; B&C 6 ½” monkey, Vg; J.R. Long, “New Departure” pat. 4-17-1900, wedge lock; New Britain Machine “None Better” pat. 8-9-1921; Monte Wrench Co. monkey; etc. Sold For 45.00
  522. 4 – “Oddity” adjustable wrenches: Van Ormer Wrench Co. (unfound) slide latch; Little Giant 10” pat. 2-4-1913, pipe; Cole 8” alligator jaw; The Vise Wrench Co. combination slide-jaw/lever wrench, pat. 4-16-1889 Sold For 450.00
  523. 5 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: Trimont Mfg. Co., 14” “Trimo” pat. June 18, 1889, combination hammer rivet hammer wrench (possible blacksmith adaptation); 2- Trimo, pat. 12-19-1911, Vg. (6” & 8”); Vandegrift Mfg. pat. 9-7-1897, Vg.; Girard wrench, F. Sold For 90.00
  524. Tray lot assorted machine & combination wrenches: H&D, York; Nash; Rambler; Volvo; K-D Mfg.; Ronson; Ideal; etc. Sold For 40.00
  525. 4 – Rare, Adjustable wrenches: John W. Bauman & Sons, Sassamansville, Pa., Baumo #1-14”, pat. 4-23-1935,; Gage & Son wrench, threaded shank monkey, G; Max Schwendner, Reading, Pa. pat. 9-2-1907, spring wedge adjust; Samuel Hall’s Son, pat. 3-13-1894, combination pipe/nut wrench Sold For 85.00
  526. Lg. group of assorted machine & combination wrenches: Stortz & Son, Phila.; International Harvester; Dayton; Iron Age; Hawkeye Wrench Co. “Crocodile”; etc. Sold For 40.00
  527. Tray lot 5 – Farm related tools: Jiffy corn sheller, single cob sheller; calf weaning snout guard; E.C. Stearns, hog snout nippers; ring pliers; spring scales Sold For 30.00
  528. 3 – Saw type tools: Disston: D8-26”-5 ½ pt. Vg; H. & C. Disston, combination straw knife, G+; unknown maker, door-jam saw w/ dog-leg shank, F Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  529. 4 – Lg. adjustable wrenches: Craft 18” alligator jaw, Vg; Trimo 18”, Vg; Reed Mfg., Erie, #20, pat. 8-10-1897, pipe, Vg; Sheffy Mfg, “Chicago” self-adjusting pipe wrench Sold For 55.00
  530. 4 – Lg. adjustable pipe wrenches: Bullard Wrench, pat. 10-27-1903, G+; Fairbanks #1, pat. 1-5-1886, Vg; The Irland Pipe Wrench Co., multi-patents w/ lever operated jaw, G+; The Place Mfg. Co., Giles patent 10-30-1888, G+ Sold For 85.00
  531. 2 – Drilling devices: Millers Falls #10 breast drill, VG+; Busby Patent hand drill, 16” overall length w/ open cast shaft & adjustable crank, G+ Sold For 70.00
  532. 2 – Millers Falls drilling devices: pat. 8-18-1890, right angle ratchet drill, restored Vg; #50 right angle brace, Vg Sold For 95.00
  533. Reproduction, cast iron Eagle head nut cracker, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  534. Tray lot assorted tools: Lg. divider/compass w/ slide-clamp set screw 0”-26”, Vg; spring-jaw ice tong, F; 3 – corner chisels; small T-handle tapered auger, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  535. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: combination rod or rail trammel points, Vg; Goodell-Pratt Co., three-arm disc wheel marking gauge, Vg; Goodell-Pratt, butt marking gauge, G.; rod trammel point set by unknown maker, G+; Disston & Sons, 16” cherry wood level, restored Vg Sold For 40.00
  536. Tray lot 8 – assorted wrecking/wrench tools: M.M. Buck Mfg., Cochran’s universal pipe,  pat. 10-16-1894, Vg; Patent applied for, combination hatchet/pliers/wrench, Vg; 3 – Grocer’s combination hammers (1 – Harrold); 2 – hand wrought combination hammers; etc. Sold For 70.00
  537. 2 – Early handsaws w/ 4 – Eagle, Warranted Superior buttons, unknown makers, G+ Sold For 40.00
  538. 4 – Modern handsaws: Disston D95 w/ resin handle, G+; Disston “Tool-Mate” w/ resin handle, G.; Atkins w/ resin handle, G+; Disston “Teflon” coat saw blade, G+ Sold For 10.00
  539. 3 – Early Disston handsaws w/ brass split-nuts: #20-26 ½”-9 pt., G+-Vg; 24 ½” -7pt. w/ serpentine strike, G; 28”-5pt. w/ arch strike, G Sold For 150.00
  540. 4 – Disston handsaws: “Nineteen-Forty Special” w/ plane, train, & auto graphics, Vg; K-3 “Pace Maker” w/ track race graphics, Vg; 2 – D95 w/ resin handles, G+ Sold For 10.00
  541. 4 – Handsaws, G.: Disston “Delaware Saw” 20”-9 pt., F; Disston “Junior” 20”-9pt., G+; Our Saw 20”-9 pt., G+; London Spring Steel #125-20”, G+ Sold For 40.00
  542. Stanley #45 “Type 1” combination molding plane w/ original fence & skate, G+ Sold For 40.00
  543. 2 – Stanley edge tools: Stanley “Handyman” #H1203, NIB; #66 hand beader, P. Sold For 30.00
  544. H.L. Kendall, Baltimore, screw arm plow w/ long boxwood threads & knobs. The back rail bracket is repaired & the front stop nut is replacement, G+ Sold For 35.00
  545. 5 – Various tools: 2 – early Cherry & brass saw pads, Vg; 3 – various chisels: Witherby; Ohio Tool; & Stanley Sold For 60.00
  546. 2 – Small levels: Stratton Bros. pat. 7-16-1872, 12” brass bound rosewood level w/ in-end vertical vial, Vg; Stanley #36G-12” iron level w/ original box, Vg Sold For 120.00
  547. Randall & Stickney, Waltham, Mass. dial indicator thickness gauge on 4 ½” throat iron base, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  548. S.H. Bibighaus, 5” handled crown molding plane, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  549. 3 – Handled wooden molding planes: Butler, Phila. nosing, G; unsigned 1 ½” complex, G (missing partial fillet); unsigned 2” complex baseboard molding, Vg Sold For 45.00
  550. 5  - Wooden molding planes: John Bell, Phila., screw arm sash molding, G+; Schaefer & Cobb, Cincinnati, screw arm sash, F – G; 2 – tongue & 1- groove plane, various makers, G Sold For 50.00
  551. Tray lot assorted wooden tools: Bliss & Co., bench vise screw, G+; 11 – assorted smoothing planes, G: 5 – block; 2 – rabbet; 1 - raise handle jack; 1 – nosing; Lignum Vitae raise handle jointer (various makers); Sold For 75.00
  552.  11 – Assorted wooden simple & complex molding planes, F+ - G+, makers include: Hills & Winship; Butler, Phila; Thos. Abbotson; etc Sold For 60.00
  553. 2 – Stanley planes: #71 router, embossed w/ pat. 3-4-1884, Vg; #79 side rabbet, complete G+ Sold For 60.00
  554. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley R&L #35 transitional block, Vg.; Standard Rule Co., pat. 10-30-1883, 8 ¾” jack w/ saddle slide-in cap, F – G. (chips at sole throat) Sold For 150.00
  555. 2 – Various combination molding planes: Millers Falls #85 rabbet/fillister, E.; Stanley #45 combination molding (only 1 – blade) G Sold For 45.00
  556. 3 – Millers Falls bench planes, Vg: #22-C, jointer; #14 jack Sold For 55.00
  557. Unsigned, left hand Pennsylvania “Goosewing” axe w/ tapered socket, raised chip guard. This axe is a wall hanger only. It has crack to steel edge weld & lg. chip. The socket has poor weld. F> Sold For 130.00
  558. 2 – Handsaws: Bishop & Co. 26”-9pt. panel, G+; Wheeler, Madden, & Clemson, Middletown, NJ. 14” mitre backsaw, G. Sold For 40.00
  559. CB, cooper’s 4” chamfer knife, G+ Sold For 50.00
  560. 2 – Tools: 24” engineer’s screwdriver, unknown maker, G; signed (?), Cincinnati, 100ft. tape measure handle, pat. 8-18-1903 (no cloth tape) Sold For 10.00
  561. 4 – Various plumb bobs: W.E. & L.E. 8oz. brass, G; B-M Co. 12oz. brass, G; unknown maker, 16oz. brass, G.; 20oz. cast iron Sold For 50.00
  562. 3 – Measuring devices w/ original boxes: K&E “Texas Wyteface A” 100ft.; K&E replacement tape; Lufkin #1290S – 25ft. Sold For 30.00
  563. English, 15” mahogany infill fore plane w/ married A. Hildick, Sheffield, iron & brass hinged screw cap, VG (throat width 2 5/8” & iron 2 ¼” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  564. English, 13 3/8” rosewood infill jack w/ Robert Sorby iron & chip guard. Plane has brass button & hinged screw cap, VG Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 130.00
  565. English, 8” rosewood infill mitre plane, G+ - Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 300.00
  566. H. Slater, London, 7 ¾” handled mahogany infill block w/ signed brass hinged wedge guard, Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 170.00
  567. Spiers, Ayr, 13 ½” rosewood infill broad jack w/ Robert Sorby iron, brass hinged screw cap, G+ (nose block is replaced w/ mahogany) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 130.00
  568. 2 – English infill planes: unsigned 1” X 6 ¾” shoulder rabbet w/ rosewood infill, G+; Stewart Spiers, 7 ½” handled block, replaced handle & nose infill, G Sold For 120.00
  569. 2 – English infill planes: 2 ¼” X 8” low angle mitre plane w/ late rosewood infill, heavy pitting to blade &  small cracks extend behind throat on sole, G; 1 ½” X 7 ¼” shoulder rabbet w/ fancy scrolls on nose & tail of plane, small stress crack on throat & chip from sole Sold For 110.00
  570. 2 – English infill planes: H. Slater, 2 3/8” X 8 ¾” rosewood infill jack  w/ brass hinged screw cap & Marples & Son iron, nose infill replaced, G; 5/8” X 7/8” skew rabbet, partial infilled nose & replaced wedge, G Sold For 160.00
  571. 2 – English infill planes: 1 1/8” X 8” shoulder rabbet w/ rosewood, Vg; Galloway & Co. 2 3/8” X 8 3/8” rosewood handled block w/ brass hinged screw cap, G – G+ Sold For 210.00
  572. 4 – Handsaws: Richardson Bros. 21”-8pt. w/ nib; Advanced Special 26”-8pt., shellacked; Disston & Sons, 26”-11pt. w/ nib, G+; Chip-a-Way 26”-9pt. G. Sold For 10.00
  573. 3 – Small handsaws: Wheeler, Madden & Clemson 20”-8pt., G+; Phoenix Saw, flooring saw, G.; Robert Duke & Co. #53-20”, G+ Sold For 45.00
  574. 3 – Disston handsaws: D8-20-12pt., G+; D12-26”-8pt., Vg; D23-26”-10pt. Vg Sold For 40.00
  575. 3 – Early handsaws: unknown maker, 25” combination square/saw, G; Smith & Son, 26”-5pt. G; S. Kennedy, 26”-12pt, crack to handle, G. Sold For 20.00
  576. 2 – Engineer’s screwdrivers: Bates, 21 ½” overall length w/ cherry wood handle, Vg; unsigned 25” overall length, F+ - G Sold For 35.00
  577. 4 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey: #5 jack, post WWII, Vg; #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, G – G+; #5 ½ jack w/ Teflon knob, G – G+; C559B-14” jack, Vg Sold For 65.00
  578. 6 – Small hammers: iron claw handle tack hammer; 2 – double-face upholstery hammers, G. – Vg; Osborne, claw tipped handle coach trimmers’ hammer w/ cross-peen; Stanley #601 magnetic tip claw hammer, Vg; Craftsman 5oz. claw hammer, Vg; Sold For 65.00
  579. 4 – Various set of plow plane irons, various makers & sizes Sold For 140.00
  580. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: Carborundum advertising honing stone stand, G.; 2 – reversible box scrapers; Starrett & Co. universal scraper handle, G; 3 – folding knives Sold For 75.00
  581. 8 – Assorted gouge chisels: 6pc. assembled graduated firmer gouges w/ tang handles, Vg: Butcher; Mathieson; Buck Bros.; 2 – carver gouges Sold For 95.00
  582. 8 – Assorted firmer & wood chisels: 4 – socket mortise w/ tang handle: James Cam & unsigned; Pexto, socket handle paring chisel, G+; etc. Sold For 60.00
  583. Tray 13 – assorted zig-zag folding rules: 7 – Stanley aluminum (5 – “sweetheart”); 1 – Lufkin wood, VG; 5 – Stanley wood (1 – Bell System) Sold For 20.00
  584. 4 – Various tools: 2 – wooden levels: Stanley “sweetheart” 18”, G+; Keen Kutter # KK104-16” cherry, Vg; 2 – Backsaws: Footprint, 8” dovetail (needs TLC to blade); Quaker City #0-14” mitre, Vg Sold For 30.00
  585. 4 – Various tools: Millers Falls #502 right-angle brace, Vg; Stanley #813-16” ratchet brace, G; homemade wedge arm scratch stock gauge, Vg; homemade set angle marking gauge, G Sold For 50.00
  586. 3 – Vintage Stanley catalogs: 2 - #34 catalogues: 1930, “sweetheart”, G; 1937, edition, Vg; 1950, #150, Vg
  587. Tray lot vintage & reproduction Stanley literature & catalogues: 1950, Tool Guide; 1957 & 1958, issues Combined Price Book; 1951, Stanley News; etc Sold For 7.50
  588. Tray lot assorted books & references: 1901, An Elementary Treatise on Mechanical Drawing Vol. II; 1900, McArthur, Wirth & Co. Butcher’s & Packers’ Tools & Machinery, Vg; 2 – Millers Falls catalogs: 1935, #41 , Vg; 70th Anniversary, #42, Vg; 1981, 1st edition, Patented Transitional & Metallic planes in America, 182-1927, by Rodger K. Smith Sold For 50.00
  589. Box lot assorted tool catalogs; references & glass jar ice crusher Sold For 40.00
  590. Small red painted wooden tool chest w/ recessed panels sides, raised panel lid, & locking hinged lift lid. The chest is painted poplar wood w/ 2 – interior slide-drawers & lift-out tray, 26” X 14 ¼” X 16 ¼”, extensive rot to back & lower panels, F. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 40.00
  591. L. Potter, Marlboro (NJ?) Kent style Wheelwright’s side axe, 2 – cracks in iron, F+ - G Sold For 50.00
  592. Wm. Beatty & Sons, Chester, Pa. broad axe w/ rounded top, upper & lower lugs, G. Sold For 45.00
  593. 2 – Edge tools: Hoyt (New England) broad blocking axe w/ arch upper & lower lugs, weld on outside of socket, F; unsigned full lopping hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, pitting Sold For 70.00
  594. Wm. Beatty & Son, late broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, painted surface, Vg (new handle) Sold For 60.00
  595. G.W. Bradley (Gershom Wakeman Bradley, Weston, CT. B in arrow), side broad axe w/ raised center mount, 10 ½” edge, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  596. M.C. Ogden, Wheelwright’s blocking axe w/ 8 ½” edge & 6” from edge to socket. It has upper & lower lugs, G+ Sold For 60.00
  597. J. Hamlin, broad squaring axe w/ 7 ½” edge & 6” from edge to socket, crack to cheek on outside of socket, G+ Sold For 50.00
  598. Tray lot assorted hardware: matched pr. hand wrought H&L hinges, F+; ornamental floral cast iron boot scraper, painted black, G.; barn door hook & hasp, G; 18th Century spring operated latch lock w/ lima bean key escutcheon, G Sold For 50.00
  599. Tray lot assorted primitives: 3 – various wood & horse hair dust brushes w/ fancy handles; small round carvers’ mallet, G+; tinsmith made funnel shaped oil can, Vg; rock oak joiner’s mallet, G Sold For 20.00
  600. 3 – Small handsaws: 6” child’s toy saw w/ copper riveted open grip handle & nib tipped back, Vg; 18th century keyhole saw w/ owner J.K. Newman branded open grip handle, handle repaired, F+ -G; early Henry Disston, fishtail open grip 6” compass saw. Handle branded by owner G.L. Manan Sold For 35.00
  601. Tray lot assorted leather trade tools: B.L. Boremann, hand vise w/ wooden handle, G.; 4 – wrought iron pick/awls; slickers; scrapers; awls; etc. Sold For 45.00
  602. 5 – Assorted small measuring devices: Lufkin #386-12” four-fold caliper/rule, Vg; C.S. Co. #65-12 four-fold rule, Vg; 2 – four-fold 12” rules, F.; brass capped 3” stiff-joint caliper, Vg Sold For 22.50
  603. Tray lilt assorted drilling devices: brass tubular case w/ graduated set of 9 center auger bits, Vg; 6 – T-handle gimlets; iron T-handle reamer Sold For 50.00
  604. 5 – Assorted “Oddity” tools: combination crate hammer/pliers, pat. 10-4-1887, G+; snow knocker/hook for sleighs; small tack pulling pliers w/ parrot beak, G+; Improvement clamp screw pat. 12-10-1867; “The Insurance” #KK1753 combination implement wrench, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  605. Tray lot assorted primitives: honing stone in hinged walnut footed case (19th century); 2 – early padlocks w/ keys (1 – M.W. & Co.); lacquered small tin can w/ small round top brad nails; tin candle holder for box lantern; reproduction toy iron Sold For 40.00
  606. Tray lot assorted hardware: 5 – hand wrought rat-tail shutter dogs, G; lg. Victorian era box lock w/ keeper & single knob; etc. Sold For 10.00
  607. Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: “what’s it”  turned rosewood round mallet/printers pouncer (?); copper double boiler glue pot, Vg; WWI First Aid container of copper w/ brass in top, Vg; wooden bevel Sold For 15.00
  608. 2 – Backsaws: W. Cresson, Phila. 8” steel back fishtail open grip handle, G+; W. & C. Johnson, Phila. 16” brass back, w/ split-nuts, G. Sold For 325.00
  609. 2 – Steel backsaws: 14” – Johnson & Conaway, Phila. w/ split-nuts, G.; 14” – Henry Disston, Phila. brass split-nuts Sold For 350.00
  610. 2 – Handsaws: W. Cresson, 26 ½”-9pt. w/ I.X.L. bow & quiver of arrows button, G+; Worrall & Co., 24 ½” w/ nib, repaired handle, G. Sold For 75.00
  611. 3 – Various tools: 2 – Handsaws w/ split-nuts, G+: Mott, New York, 20”; James Turner, Phila. 26” w/ lg. Eagle button; Lambert, Mullikens, & Stackpole, Boston, Mass. 29 ½” rosewood level, G+ Sold For 55.00
  612. 2 – Hand wrought cooper’s head shaves: J. Hicks (James K., Flushing & Oyster Bay NY., late 1800’s) 12” X 2” W, G+; J.L. Williams, Phila. 10” X 1 ½”, Vg Sold For 110.00
  613. 2 – Lg. hand wrought drawknives: Horton, (possibly New York state) 9” stop chamfer, G+; Wm. Greaves & Sons, 10 ½” stop chamfer, G Sold For 40.00
  614. 3 – Hand wrought drawknives: unsigned 8” narrow shave, G+; J.L. Williams (Phila.) 10 ¼” stop chamfer, G; O. Somers (?) 11” arch pole shave, G+ Sold For 45.00
  615. Tray lot assorted advertising tins, F. – G.: Walter Baker Cocoa; 2 – round Prince Albert Tobacco; various Solder paste tins; etc. Sold For 15.00
  616. Lg. tray lot assorted drill bits & primitives: partial Russell Irwin auger bit set; pin punch & numbering punch sets; part. Cleveland drill bit set in wooden round box; etc Sold For 90.00
  617. 7 – Assorted hand wrought socket handle firmer chisels, F – Vg, markers include: Underhill & Brown; etc. Sold For 55.00
  618. 5 – Assorted edge tools: Stanley #101 small block, G+; 2 – wooden spoke shaves, G+; T. Smith (?) cooper’s hog/scorp w/ single long handle; Collins & Co. “Legitimus” shipwright’s axe head, G+ Sold For 100.00
  619. 6 – Assorted tools: 2 – hand wrought tin shears, G.; 3 – hand wrought screwdrivers (2 – lg. engineer’s); Red Devil #263 glass cutter Sold For 22.50
  620. Lg. tray lot assorted Jeweler’s tools: 2 – small bench top anvils; small rivet & small ball-peen hammers; small hid mallet; small wire pliers & nippers; etc. Sold For 75.00
  621. 5 – Hand wrought claw hammers, G. (1 – signed Ballston) Sold For 70.00
  622. Tray lot assorted hand tools: odd double-poll tack hammer w/ round polls; strapped braced small tack hammer; assorted screwdrivers, some early; etc Sold For 45.00
  623. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: brass protractor gauge; Disston 2” try square; 6 – various small spring back calipers; etc Sold For 120.00
  624. G. Worly (attributed to York Co., Pa.), embossed signed reaping sickle, Vg Sold For 120.00
  625. 2 – Reaping sickles, F (pitting): 1 – I. Christ, Kutztown region; other unsigned Sold For 30.00
  626. 4 – Lg. tools: Nelson & Hubbard, Middletown, CT. 12” try square w/ rosewood & brass handle, G+; tubular spring operated grabber, Vg; 16” winged divider/compass, F; fancy 10” “cannon ball” outside caliper, G Sold For 65.00
  627. 16 – Assorted firmer & bench chisels, many gouges, G – Vg. Makers include: Ward; Sorby; Butcher; Greenlee; etc. Sold For 100.00
  628. Tray lot assorted measuring devices & primitives: G. Tucker, wooden thread & nut marking gauge; spool & awl chalk line winder; 2 – homemade try-squares; 4 – various divider; stiff-joint outside caliper; etc. Sold For 22.50
  629. 17 – Assorted firmer & bench chisels, most flat. Makers include: Witherby; Ward; Keen Kutter; Buck Bros.; etc. Sold For 110.00
  630. Lg. tray lot assorted dividers & outside calipers: various sizes & makers, G Sold For 60.00
  631. Tray lot assorted carving chisels, various makers, sizes & types. Makers include: Charles Buck; Butcher; Addis; etc.   Sold For 110.00
  632. 10 – Assorted wooden planes: C. or O. York (unknown) slide-arm plow plane w/ wooden top screws, Vg.; 2 – block planes w/ partial steel plate soles; A.J. Taylor, screw adj. sash molding plane w/ inlaid ivory diamonds; Hendrick, moving fillister, G.; etc. Sold For 80.00

 

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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.