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July 28, 2018 

 

  1. 4 – Stanley block planes: #220 (blue paint), Vg; #9 ½, Vg; #60, Vg; #102, G Sold For 17.50
  2. Early Stanley R&L Bailey #6 Fore plane, chip guard w/ L. Bailey’s Patent December 24, 1867, G+-Vg Sold For 22.50
  3. 2 – Stanley Bailey #4 bench planes, F+ & Vg Sold For 35.00
  4. Stanley Bailey #5 ½ bench jack w/ Stanley pat. April 19, 1892 on blade, Vg Sold For 45.00
  5. 3 – Various tools: Stanley Handyman #H1204 jack plane, NIB; “Sweetheart” adjustable box scraper, Vg.; Sargent 3 ½” block plane, Vg Sold For 30.00
  6. 3 – Wooden bench planes: Ogontz Tool Co. 16” fore plane, Vg; Scioto Tool Works 16” fore plane, G+-Vg; Stanley Bailey #28-18” transitional jointer, G+-Vg Sold For 7.50
  7. 2 – Stanley edge tools: Bailey #3 jack w/ V-strike 1912-20, Vg; #80 scraper, G Sold For 35.00
  8. 3 – Drilling devices: Mohawk, Shelburne, pat. #1770884 breast drill w/ 2 – gear drive wheel, Vg; Victor #945-8” ratchet brace, Vg; Stanley “Defiance” #1220 hand drill  w/ bits in handle, Vg Sold For 25.00
  9. 2 – Wooden planes: William Way, N. York (strike used in 1848) handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood stops & knobs, G.-G+; J. Pearce, New York #108 block plane w/ Chapin-Stephens iron, Vg Sold For 30.00
  10. Tray lot Stanley tools & guide books; pr. “sweetheart” #138 level sight set, Vg; pocket line level w/ pat. 6-23-1896, brass, G; 2 – 6ft. pocket tape measures, G; 2 - #34 “pocket tool guides”: 1914, & 1927; 3 – various “Do it Better with Stanley Tools” 1950’s era Sold For 25.00
  11. Tray lot assorted tools: Keen Kutter 16oz. bell poll slaw hammer, Vg; 3 – plow plane irons marked S. miller; Millers Falls 12oz, chrome plated steel plumb bob, Vg Sold For 30.00
  12. 3 – Stanley tools in original boxes: #49 bit gauge, Vg; #59 doweling jig, Vg; “Handyman” #H-432 saw set, G+ Sold For 15.00
  13. 2 – Transitional bench planes: Union pat. #24 compass/circular, Vg; Stanley R&L #36 raise handled block, Vg Sold For 20.00
  14. Keen Kutter #K-7-C bench jointer, Vg Sold For 55.00
  15. Keen Kutter #K-6-C bench fore, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 25.00
  16. 2 - Keen Kutter #K-5 ½ series bench jack planes: Corrugated sole, G (some pitting); smooth sole, G+ (chip from ear of tote) Sold For 45.00
  17. 2 – Keen Kutter #K-5 series bench jack planes: corrugated sole, G+; corrugated sole, cracked right rail behind frog, parts Vg Sold For 22.50
  18. 4 – Various block planes: Keen Kutter #KK120, P-F; Stanley: “sweetheart” #102, Vg; R&L arch strike (1902-1910) #101 small block plane, G+-Vg; Jordan, Germany #75 bullnose rabbet, Vg Sold For 25.00
  19. 3 – Stanley edge rabbet planes w/ 1 – depth gauge to share: #79 two-way, Vg; #98 right Vg; “sweetheart” #99, Vg Sold For 95.00
  20. 2 – Various bench jack planes: Chaplin’s patent, by Tower & Lyon, 9”-C jack plane, G-G+ (tote has chipped ear); Siegley #4-C, G+ Sold For 45.00
  21. Winchester trademark #3076 adjustable veneer scraper, refinished Vg. Sold For 55.00
  22. 2 – Transitional bench fore planes: Stanley R&L #27, refinished, Vg; Stanley Bailey #27 ½ w/ V-strike, refinished, G+-Vg Sold For 20.00
  23. 3 – Drawknives: Stanley #83 adjustable scraper, missing adjusting float wheel arm, G+; Stanley “Traut’s patent” #92 double blade, cleaned, G-G+; Winchester trademark #W-91, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  24. 2 – Block planes: Sargent # 507 rabbet block plane, Vg; Stanley #131 double end, G Sold For 180.00
  25. Stanley #96 blind-nail chisel gauge w/ homemade mahogany slide lid box & adapted socket chisel, G+ Sold For 70.00
  26. Stanley #97  Piano maker’s edge plane, G+ (some chip’s to nose of bed of plane, needs re-ground, & knob cracked & glued) Sold For 100.00
  27. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #10 rabbet jack plane, small repair to left rail behind frog, otherwise Vg Sold For 50.00
  28. Tray lot 5 – tools in original boxes: Stanley #42, NIB; Stanley #95G butt gauge, Vg; Lufkin: #C256-100ft. “Leader” steel tape, NIB; “Anchor” 100ft. steel tape, Vg Sold For 40.00
  29. E.C. Atkins, #21-26” “Metal” cutting handsaw, E. Sold For 55.00
  30. 2 – E.C. Atkins handsaws: 26”-9pt. w/ floral carved cherry handle, wire wheel cleaned, G+; #54-26”-10pt, G+-Vg Sold For 17.50
  31. 2 – Disston & sons, #D-23 handsaws, restored, G+-Vg (8pt. & 9pt) Sold For 15.00
  32. Posthole saw w/ “quick-release” lever & hand wrought ram’s horn nut on tension rod, G Sold For 45.00
  33. 3 – Disston & Sons handsaws: #D20-26”-9pt., Vg; #D23-26”-10pt., G+; #D23-26”-5 ½”, refinished, G+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  34. 2 – Disston & Sons, #D23-11pt. handsaws, Vg. & refinished G+ Sold For 15.00
  35. 2 – Keen Kutter embossed felling axes, painted & emblem painted: single poll felling axe, mushrooming to butt, G (pitting); #50 double-bit, G+ Sold For 60.00
  36. John Dyson, Abbey Dade Works (circa 1833-41, registered scythe maker in Sheffield, England), haystack knife, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 20.00
  37. 2 – Keen Kutter trademarked tools: 10” Butcher’s cleaver w/ replacement oak handle, G+; #KK22 meat grinder, Vg Sold For 40.00
  38. 2 – Edge tools: W. Beatty & Son, Media, 11” butcher’s cleaver, repaired handle w/ saddle mount, P-F; unsigned cooper’s round adze w/ round eye & replaced long handle, G Sold For 65.00
  39. J. Beatty, Chester, Pa. (John & Co., circa 1830-1886) 12 ¼” side broad axe w/ original off-set handle, G+ Sold For 75.00
  40. Warnock, Galt (Ontario, tool co., circa 1870),#6 left hand broad hewing hatchet, G+ (Warnock is a light strike above deep-set Galt strike. The Galt Tool Works was established around 1870. This possibly is a re-marked left over) Sold For 60.00
  41. R. Beatty (Robert Beatty, 1827-1858) square poll carpenter’s adze, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 25.00
  42. 2 – Measuring devices: Geo. Wheatcroft, Newark, NJ. rosewood & brass mortise gauge, G+-Vg; Chapin-Stephens #036 combination bevel/level/rule, G+ *Both tools complete & ideal for restorers Sold For 25.00
  43. Tray lot 5 – wooden rules: 2ft-four fold: Lufkin brass bound, F+; C.S. Co. #63, G; unsigned #268, Vg; Stanley: #136-6” caliper, G-G+; #36 1/2L-12” caliper, G+ Sold For 17.50
  44. 4 – Assorted measuring devices: 8” try square w/ rosewood & brass handle, G; 3 – marking gauges: Stanley: #71 two-arm, G+; rosewood oval fence, repaired; Stanley (?) #77 rosewood mortise, G Sold For 20.00
  45. 2 – Tools: coachmaker’s “Jigger” two-way router, Vg; Stanley #12 ½ adjustable veneer scraper, missing blade, G+ Sold For 65.00
  46. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: R&L 30” mahogany, G-G+; pre-1900, #3-30” cherry level, G-G+ Sold For 5.00
  47. Unsigned Lufkin 32” lumberman’s rule, 4-tier markings per side w/ brass square foot, G Sold For 25.00
  48. 3 – Drilling devices: North Bros. “Yankee” #1555 4-gear breast drill, G+; Millers Falls #2A hand drill w/ bits in handle, G+-Vg; Merit Tools 8” ratchet brace, Vg Sold For 45.00
  49. 3 – Various wooden joiner’s mallets, & coopers croze: 1 – small size mallet & croze branded J. Shipe, (attributed Jeremiah Shipe, working as carpenter in Sunbury, Pa., in 1884 directory) Sold For 30.00
  50. Tray lot assorted tools, G.: farriers hoof knife; Girard Tool Co. 6 ½” adjustable wrench; small/jeweler’s rivet hammer; wooden spoke shave, branded T. Luckins (*?), Vg.; 2 – irons spoke shave, F & G.; etc Sold For 45.00
  51. Mahogany cabinet maker’s bench top tool chest w/ 6 over 2 drawers over open slot. The cabinet has a three raised panels on back, and has dovetailed construction, G-G+ Sold For 50.00
  52. Buff & Buff Mfg. Co., 18” “dumpy” engineer’s sight level w/ original mahogany case, G+-Vg. Sold For 35.00
  53. Box lot assorted Victorian era door hardware: 6 – complete recessed lock sets w/ matching wooden knobs, 2 – “Fancy” cast brass knobs; 9 – pr. 3”x3” “Fancy” cast iron butt hinges Sold For 30.00
  54. 7 – Various wooden molding planes (most owner struck John L. Miller), various makers, G+-Vg: 2 – dado planes; astragal side bead; side bead; center bead; Grecian ogee w/ side bead; rabbet Sold For 85.00
  55. 2 – Wooden planes owner struck T. Luckins (*?): 22” handled plank jointer w/ old patina, G+; Greenfield Tool, wedge arm panel groover, G Sold For 10.00
  56. Goodell-Pratt “Toolsmiths” bench mount drill press w/ 5” dia. wheel hand crack & drill vise, G Sold For 75.00
  57. Early 19th century red painted saw sharpening vise w/ mortised & pinned construction, and hand wrought ram’s horn clamp nuts. 28” x 3” X 45 ½” Sold For 65.00
  58. Tray lot assorted saw sharpening tools: cast iron saw vise w/ bench screw clamp, Vg; 3 – saw setting tools: Taintor’s Positive 98, G; Apex, Vg; Disston w/ pat. date, Vg Sold For 17.50
  59. 2 – Combination wrenches: Thomas Mfg. Co. hatchet/pliers/wire tool, Vg; Mathews “Never-stall” wrench/pliers Sold For 80.00
  60. Tray lot saw related tools: Gunn, folding saw vise, G; “Never-break” saw vise, G; 3 – saw setting tools: Morrill, G; Taintor’s Positive #7 ½, G+; no-name, G+; MWTCA, Saws, from “Gristmill” 1999-2014, softbound reference Sold For 35.00
  61. 3 – Handsaws: Westcraft, #HR6329-26”-8pt., G+; 2 – Disston: #D-7 “Defective”; 22”-10pt. “sag-back”, G+ Sold For 55.00
  62. 2 – Cherry wood levels: Bedorfa Bros. “Chromex” 26”, Vg.; C.S. Co., 23 ¾”, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  63. 2 – Cherry wood levels: H. Chapin, Union Factory, pat. 6-6-1876, 28” brass tipped, G+-Vg; Oak Leaf 18”, G+ Sold For 15.00
  64. L.S. & Co. cast iron 10” grade level, G+ Sold For 55.00
  65. Tray lot assorted tools: Disston 12” key-hole saw w/ cherry open grip handle, Vg; Stanley #20-12” try square, G; Evans chalk line, NIB; oak homemade bevel gauge, G; 2 – plumb bobs Sold For 10.00
  66. 4 – Wooden rules: Stephens & Co. #036 combination bevel/level/rule, F+-G; English, PEC7312-12” caliper/rule, Vg; Lufkin #3851-3ft., made in England, G; Lufkin #781-2ft & metric, G Sold For 35.00
  67. 5 – Assorted drawknives: Hyde, shoe makers edge shave, G+; Stanley #66 combination bead molding router, G; Stanley #64 spoke shave, missing thumbscrew; 2 – wooden spoke shaves (1 – Bagshaw & Field, Phila.) Sold For 25.00
  68. 4 – Spiral-operated driver/drills w/ original boxes: “Yankee”: #30A, G; #133H, Vg; #233H, G+; Millers Falls #100, G+ Sold For 35.00
  69. 4 – Various cast iron plumb bobs, 12oz. – 5lb., G+ Sold For 40.00
  70. 3 – Ratchet  braces: Millers Falls #772, Vg; Millers Falls #1950, G+-Vg; Stanley #965N-12, G+ Sold For 15.00
  71. 2 – Millers Falls breast dills, Vg: #120BG; “two-speed” w/ Supreme #6T33 chuck Sold For 45.00
  72. 4 – Various iron planes: Stanley #4 jack, G; #75 bullnose bock, missing blade, G; German #2200 block plane, G+-Vg; Craftsman #37032 block w/ original box, Vg Sold For 25.00
  73. 3 – Wooden planes: Jarrot, walnut wood cooper’s croze plane w/ wedge stop adjustment, G+-VG; signed (?) 9 ¼” coffin block, G+; Sandusky #612 block, G Sold For 15.00
  74. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: brass plumb bob; Keen Kutter #K10-2ft. folding rule; Interlox 6ft. slide-by rule, G.; assorted calipers & dividers Sold For 35.00
  75. 3 – Transitional bench planes, G-G+: Sargent: VBM #3415 fore; #3409 block; Stanley R&L #23-9” block Sold For 20.00
  76. Fulton Tool Co. 30” transitional jointer, G+-Vg Sold For 17.50
  77. Tray lot assorted tools: Millers Falls chain drill, Vg; 3 – various socket handle bench chisels, G+; 3 – Stanley neoprene handled wood chisels, G-G+; 2 – reproduction catalogs Sold For 45.00
  78. Stanley #55 combination molding plane, no blades, G.-G+ Sold For 65.00
  79. 3 – Stanley planes: #48 flip-bottom T&G, G+; 2 - #78 rabbet/fillister, G+ Sold For 40.00
  80. W. Marples, rosewood & brass mortising gauge, initialed H.G., slight crack in head at screw, otherwise Vg Sold For 30.00
  81. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, screw arm adjustable sash molding plane w/ boxwood threads& nuts, rosewood thread plates & 1 –wedge rosewood. A nice looking plane w/ several owner’s strike on nose, but not over maker strike, Vg.. Owners: F.S. Ebling; G.A. Stegemann Additional Photo: One Sold For 110.00
  82. 3 – Wooden tools: homemade mahogany 6” round/coping plane, Vg; 2 – E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster marking gauges: 1. mortise gauge w/ boxwood center slide, Vg., owner strike M. Sallada; 2. mortise gauge, missing parts, owner strike M.S. Shuman, G.; Sold For 17.50
  83.  Homemade 18th century wooden handled pump plane, unsigned, possible replaced handle Sold For 12.50
  84. Kieffer & Auxer, Lancaster, 22” double wedge plank jointer, refinished Vg. Sold For 20.00
  85. same w/ original dark finish, G-G+ (chipped) ear Sold For 17.50
  86. Unsigned bench top mitre jack, wooden screw operated mitre clamp w/ 3 ½” X 3 ½” off-set block for setting in tail vise of work bench, G+-Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 95.00
  87. Small chestnut & oak tool chest w/ lift lid storage & 2 lower drawers. The cabinet has spring operated drawer keeper at rear of the lid. The drawers have small brass drop-handle pulls, and the side of the cabinet has iron cup pulls. Vg. Additional Photo: One Sold For 70.00
  88. 6 – Wooden side bead molding planes, G+-Vg. Makers include: J. Harris (over-strike of maker’s mark); Sandusky Tool; Sargent & Co.; & unsigned Sold For 60.00
  89. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes: Powell & Gibson, Albany, complex, missing infill; M. Long (Mathias Long, Reading, Pa.) altered ogee; H.L. James, center bead, parts missing; Union Factory, ogee, G+; etc. Sold For 30.00
  90. 8 – Various Philadelphia, wooden simple molding planes, F-G+. Makers include: Jones; D. Long; John Bell; E.W. Pennell; D. Colton; Bibighaus; Henry White Sold For 65.00
  91. 8 – Assorted wooden molding planes: assembled side rabbet plane set; & various makes & makers, F+-G+ Sold For 55.00
  92. 9 – Assorted Philadelphia, wooden molding planes, various makes & makers, all with irons, F-G. Makers include: B. Sheneman; I. White; J. Colton; Wm. Souder; etc. Sold For 55.00
  93. 3 – Assorted tools/collectibles: Hendrick Mfg. Co., Carbondale, Pa. “Trade advertising” brass slope gauge, Vg.; brass E.G. Simmons, Keen Kutter wall plaque, late casting; Kendrick & Davis Co. drill bit organizer w/ triangular wooden base & steel hexagon top, Vg Sold For 35.00
  94. Rare, 18th century Farrier’s butteris w/ rolled flat blade shave & ornamental wrought handle mount that has snakes head cusp, G. Similar in form to mold maker’s square trowel w/ dog’s leg shank. Sold For 50.00
  95. Tray lot assorted trades tools: kitchen shears; hoop handle shears; Rapaport Bros. “Junior Castor” lead soldier mold; brass molder’s float; wooden leather slickers; etc. Sold For 17.50
  96. Tray lot assorted tools: brass plate top wooden torpedo level; early Millers Falls hand drill; Keen Kutter socket handle firmer chisel; etc. Sold For 30.00
  97. Tray lot modern tool sets, NIB: #MM3 heavy duty carving chisel set; Excel size 6, 6pc. Carving chisel set; Windsor Design 8pc. lathe chisel set; Hobby Tools, Hull Planking Vise Sold For 45.00
  98. 2 – Wooden rules: Crown Oil Corporation, advertising swing handle dip-rule, new; 8ft. slide-by rule, F+ Sold For 20.00
  99. 2 – 30” Wooden levels, cleaned for restoration: J.W. Harmon, Boston, Mass. #8 mahogany w/ brass side view, missing vial, G+; Stanley #0 cherry wood w/ V-strike, Vg. Additional Photo: One Sold For 10.00
  100. 2 – Wooden levels, cleaned G+-Vg: J&G H. Walker, New York, mahogany 24”; Stanley R&L patent Nov. 11, 1862, & July 2, 1872, 30” rosewood level w/ brass scroll side-view & brass capped ends Additional Photo: One Sold For 15.00
  101. 2 – Wooden levels: 26” mahogany, Hall & Knapp, New Britain, Ct. w/ “shielded eagle” strike, brass side view plate, horizontal dial, damaged otherwise Vg. (*note-owner strike J.F. Carhart, on end); Stanley R&L , pat. 6-23-1896, 27 3/8” cherry wood level Sold For 7.50
  102. Wm. Goldsmith, Philadelphia, 4 ¾” handled panel raising plane w/ W. Butcher, iron, missing side mount depth stop. A good plane for restoration, G. Sold For 25.00
  103. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, 3 ½” handled panel raising plane, James Cam iron, Vg. (*owner strike H.H. Amen) Sold For 75.00
  104. Unmarked Sandusky #125 screw arm handled plow plane, refinished (threads need some help) Sold For 30.00
  105. Sandusky #123 screw arm handled plow plane w/ boxwood threads, stops & knobs. Plane has been refinished with good threads & fasteners, but tote has damage to ear & some fence damage Additional Photo: One Sold For 25.00
  106. Unsigned, 4 ¼” handled panel raiser plane, refinished F-G. Additional Photo: One Sold For 25.00
  107. 5 – Winchester trademark wooden handle screwdrivers, restored Vg. Sold For 55.00
  108. Marble’s Arms & Mfg. Co. #6 “Safety” hatchet w/ fold-back edge shield, refinished Vg. Sold For 140.00
  109. 4 – Brass bound folding rules, G+-Vg: Stanley: “sweetheart” #62-2ft; “sweetheart” #62 ½; “Damaged” factory second 1ft.-four-fold caliper rule; #32 1/2-1ft. 4-fold caliper w/ arch joint Sold For 30.00
  110. 2 – Tools: T.E. Wells & Co. patent anti-friction, brass plate cherry brace w/ lg. thumbscrew chuck & rosewood knurl, restored Vg; bell poll double claw hammer, crack separation on lower claw Sold For 95.00
  111. Stanley #72 chamfer plane w/ R&L pat. 4-21-1885 on iron, G+-VG Sold For 170.00
  112. Siegley’s patent combination w/ chrome plated parts & cherry wood handle. The plane has rods & two fences, depth stops. Unspecified age w/ pat. Aug. 19, 1890 on side of frame, Vg (probably early pc. w/ chrome plating) Sold For 50.00
  113. Stanley Bailey #4 ½-C wide bench jack plane w/ V-strike circa 1912-20, Vg Sold For 90.00
  114. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #2 bench smooth jack w/ partial label on rosewood handle, G+-Vg Sold For 190.00
  115. Stanley Bailey #10 ½ carriage maker’s rabbet jack, hanger hole in tail & engraved W. Gibson on side rail, G+-Vg Sold For 100.00
  116. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” (circa 1921-25 strike) #1 bench smooth jack, embossed lever cap, rosewood knob & tote. Minor chip to tote, Vg Sold For 625.00
  117. Homemade dovetailed oak tool box w/ hinged lid, & brass swing handle; & 3 – Foxfire books Additional Photo: One Sold For 45.00
  118. 5 – Various tool references: H.B. Contemporary American Woodworkers, by Michael Stone (autographed); H.B. Christie’s Collectors Guide: Woodworking Tools, by C. Proudfoot & P. Walker; P.B. Collecting Antique Tools by H. Kean & E. Pollak; H.B. The Workbench Book by Scott Landis; P.B. The Handplane Book by Garrett Hack Sold For 55.00
  119. 4 – Books: H.B. 1894, Catalogue of E.W. Bliss Co. and the Stiles & Parker Press Co.; P.B: Stanley Catalog No. 34 (1953 edition); 1873, Illustrated Catalogue…of Carpenter’s Tools, J.B. Shannon, Philadelphia (possible early re-print); War Dept. Tech. manual: TM 9-1575 for maintenance, Wrist Watches, Pocket Watches… 1945, edition Sold For 20.00
  120. Assorted Paperback references & re-print catalogs: Fin Furniture for a Lifetime, by Glen Huey; The Preston Catalogue (re-print of 1908 cat.); 3 – Feron & Cie. (French Tools, re-print); V&B Tools (re-print of 1927 cat.) Sold For 15.00
  121. 7 – Assorted Paperback references or Catalogue re-prints: Hand Tools…  by Aldren A. Watson; Otto Young & Co. ..Tool & Material Catalogue; Keen Kutter Cutlery & Tools; Buck & Hickman, American Tools; etc. Sold For:
  122. 6 – Various References: H.B: Museum of Early American Tools by Eric Sloane; Antique Woodworking Tools by Michael Dunbar; Country Craft Tools by P. Blandford; Paperback: Restoring, Tuning & Using… by Michael Dunbar; The Handyman’s Book… by Paul Hasluck; Wood Working, Cassell and Company Sold For 30.00
  123. 11 – Assorted paperback tool references, most Mid-West Tool… re-prints Sold For 15.00
  124. Box lot assorted tool guides & catalogue re-prints Sold For 45.00
  125. Lg. box lot “How-to” woodworking books (many on Lathe turning techniques) & re-print tool catalogues Sold For 55.00
  126. 4 – Various edge tools: Nobles Mfg. Co. 10” drawknife w/ adj. handles, Vg; OED #5 heel/round shave, G+; James Swan, socket handle corner chisel, G.; Stanley #66 universal beader, G Sold For 65.00
  127. 2 – Bench jointer planes: Sargent VBM #418, G-G+; unknown maker “Frankenstein” 18” w/ Stanley, & Sargent parts Sold For 5.00
  128. 6 – Assorted block planes: Stanley: (?) double-ender w/ bedrock style rail, G; #110 w/ red paint, Vg; brass star cap #110, G; “Defiance” press-metal model; Union Mfg. 6 ½”, G+ Sold For 17.50
  129. 9 – Assorted drilling/screw driving tools: 2 – Hand drills: Millers Falls #2, G+; Stanley “Handyman” #1220, Vg; 3 – various push drills, G; “Yankee” #35 spiral screwdriver, G+; Fray & Co. tool handle, Vg; etc. Sold For 35.00
  130. 4 – Old braces: Spofford’s Pat. 10” w/ thumbscrew chuck, metal knurl, G+; Boker (?) 8” w/ thumbscrew chuck, wooden knurl, G+; 2 – lever latch chuck braces w/ octagon shaft, G Sold For 35.00
  131. Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: 5 – iron c-clamps, G; Barnes Tool Co. 5 3/8” adj. wrench, Vg; Stanley #72 two-arm marking gauge, Vg; brass tool emblem; 2 – brass padlocks, etc. Sold For 45.00
  132. 4 – Assorted bench planes: unknown maker 5 ¼” double-end block, F+; 2 – Stanley Bailey #3 bench jacks, P (cracked throat, but good parts) & G+-Vg; Sargent “3-C”, F+ Sold For 40.00
  133. 3 – Various planes: Miller Falls #8 jack, G+-Vg; Stanley #78 (Eng.) #78 rabbet/fillister (rust on sole); Millers Falls #55 block, G+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  134. 3 – Drilling devices: “Yankee” #251A T-handle ratchet drill, Vg; Bridge Tool #BN-100-10” ratchet brace, G+-Vg; Millers Falls #32-10” ratchet brace, Vg Sold For 7.50
  135. *Cleaning project: 3 – Stanley edge tools: Bailey #5 jack, G; “sweetheart” adjustable box scraper, G+; 14” pressed-metal  w/ “sweetheart” iron, F+ Sold For 40.00
  136. 3  - Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4-C jack w/ V-strike on blade, G+; “sweetheart” #3 jack, G-G+; #5 ¼ “junior” jack, some pitting to sole, G-G+ (married blade) Additional Photo: One Sold For 80.00
  137. 2 – Stanley planes: #11 belt maker’s plane w/ V-strike, Vg; #147 -3/8” two-way T&G  (one cap damaged) Sold For 50.00
  138. 3 – Improved rabbet planes: unmarked 1 5/8” wide round sole improved rabbet, some rust near nose, G+-Vg; Stanley #180 w/ V-strike on blade, missing depth stop Vg; #192, post WWII, missing depth stop, Vg Sold For 30.00
  139. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley “Handyman” (Canadian) 14” fore plane, Vg; Stanley pressed-steel 14” fore w/ lever blade adj. & “Liberty Bell” screw cap, G-G+ (cracked handle) Sold For 17.50
  140. 4 – Various hammers: initial Y&RM, millstone pick, some pitting G; 3 – claw hammers: Stanley 12oz. bell-poll, G+; Maydole 20oz. bell poll straight-claw, G+; Beryllium “anti-spark”16oz. claw, Vg Sold For 40.00
  141. 4 – Various planes: Sargent #418-C jointer, G-G+; Stanley Bailey #5-C jack, handle & knob painted red, G+; Stanley #9 ½ block plane, G; Stanley “Handyman” H1247 block, Vg Sold For 12.50
  142. Tray lot assorted hand wrought tools: single edge broad axe w/ center set eye, upper & lower lugs, F; 5 – altered file tools: oyster knife; 2 – screwdrivers (1- signed C. Rudy); hoof trimmer; & chisel Sold For 80.00
  143. Stanley R&L #32-26” transitional jointer w/ Eagle strike on nose of plane & stenciled W.T. Propert, 1884 on side plane, tote/handle chipped ear Sold For 12.50
  144. 2 – Stanley planes: #248 weather-stripping plow plane w/ fence Vg. (no blade); #378 weather stripping rabbet w/ fence, Vg Sold For 35.00
  145. 3 – Early handsaws w/ brass split-nuts: Spear & Jackson, Sheffield 26”-11pt. owner’s J.C. Wright struck on handle, G; Harvey Peace, 26”-7pt. rip saw, G+; unknown maker “Don’t Bodder Me” 26”-6pt. rip saw, G+ Sold For 20.00
  146. 2 – Disston & Sons Handsaws: #12-26”-10pt. panel saw w/ nib, Vg; D23-8pt. w/ leather sheath, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 55.00
  147. 2 – Tools: Munnsville Plow Co. #13 Sledge hammer w/ round eye, Vg; Chemical Axe felling axe, G+ Sold For 40.00
  148. 2 – Measuring devices: Southington Hardware, copyright 1912, “Knock-down” framing square, G; A.J. Hewey, 4ft. square stock board foot rule w/ 4-tier per-side, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  149. Union, oak machinist’s tool chest  w/ leather tote on hinged compartment lid & 5/over2 drawer interior behind front panel, G Sold For 65.00
  150. Unknown, Central Scientific Co. laboratory device (tension meter??)  w/ DC current motor (Not a Ac/Dc device, do not plug into standard outlet) Sold For 65.00
  151. Metallic Plane Co. “Palmers’ & Storke’s Patent” 20 ½”-C jointer w/ lg. knob on adjustable throat, G. Sold For 30.00
  152. Metallic Plane Co. “Palmers’ & Storke’s Patent” 20 ½”-C jointer w/ lg. knob on adjustable throat, chip at throat & missing cap screw, F-F+ Sold For 7.50
  153. Union Mfg. #8 jointer plane, crack on right rail near nose, G+ Sold For 15.00
  154. 2 – Wooden handled skew rabbet planes: O. Scott, 2 ¼”, replaced wedge & handle mounted through sole needs plug; unsigned 2 ½”, missing iron Sold For 20.00
  155. Homemade wooden core box plane w/ 6 ¼” rails, Vg Sold For 55.00
  156. 3 – Various bench planes: Bailey “Victor” 8 5/8” jack w/ embossed LB cap, married parts, F-G; 2 – Transitional blocks: Fulton Tool, 8 ¼”, refinished; Ohio Tool Co. 8”, refinished Sold For 15.00
  157. 5 – Assorted tools: Stanley #75 bullnose block, Vg; Stanley #220 block plane w/ burgundy paint, Vg; 3 – Stanley wooden marking gauges (1-#61, & 2 -#62), G+ Sold For 20.00
  158. 4 – Various metal planes: Stanley #146 two-way T&G, P; Fulton 7 ¼” block, Vg; Shelton 7” block, Vg; pressed steel razor-shave block, F. Sold For 7.50
  159. 3 – Wooden planes: unsigned two-iron fixed sash molding plane, refinished; T.J. M’Master, moving fillister plane w/ sole mounted fence, Vg; Auburn Tool, 1” handled tongue plane, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  160. 4 – Various wooden molding planes: 3 – Complex: B. Sheneman #788, missing partial strip, G; John Bell, refinished; Geo. Burnham, Vg; Ohio Tool Co. two-iron nosing plane w/ RS14 (?) button on side, Vg; Auburn Tool center bead, restored, Vg Sold For 35.00
  161. 8 – Assorted simple & complex wooden molding planes, G-Vg. Makers include: John Bell; D. Stoyer; R.A. Parrish, Phila.; D. Sargent, Manchester; etc. Sold For 90.00
  162. 2 – Stanley cherry wood levels w/ brass tipped ends: 24”, G-G+; 30 ¼”, G+ Sold For 10.00
  163. 2 – Hand wrought barking spuds, G. (1 – curved chisel head & other traditional lima bean head) Sold For 50.00
  164. H.H. Stricker (Vinemont, Berks Co.) flat top felling axe w/ lower lug & leather sheath, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 45.00
  165. Stanley #700 bench top corner clamp, Vg Sold For 30.00
  166. Langdon Mitre box w/ pat. August 20, 1873 embossed on fence, lever adjustment possible damage, 1 foot damaged, & Disston/Stanley mitre box handsaw, G. Sold For 10.00
  167. J.B. Stohler (John Beamesdorfer, Scheafferstown, Lebanon Co., circa 1860-1880), felling axe w/ lower lug & flared lower butt, G. Sold For 65.00
  168. 2 – Christ family reaping hook/sickles: I. Christ (attributed Jacob Christ, working 1790’s-1820’s, in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co. *Note- There is also a Jacob Jr. working later period of 19th century) longer form sickle, good deep set strike, Vg; S. Christ (Solomon Christ, (1798-1872) working 1824-1837, working at same location in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co.) short form sickle, some rust & handle painted gold. *Interesting note that all handles of each Christ family maker is uniform Sold For 45.00
  169. 2 – Christ family reaping hook/sickles: I. Christ (above noted) long form sickle, rust & handle crack (F-G); D. Christ (Daniel (1776-1822) working 1800-1822 or Daniel Jr.(1796-1871) working 1824-1827, both working in same location in Greenwich Twp., Berks Co.) long form sickle, blade painted gray & handle crack (G.) Sold For 15.00
  170. 2 – Long family reaping hook/sickles: I: Long (attributed to John Long, working 1759, Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.) flatten tip hook/sickle, oddity that the handle has inscription John Christ (Jonathan Christ is a son of Jacob Christ, unknown if this is a connection to the Berks Co. makers), G+; H. Long (attributed to Henry Long, working 1790’s, in Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.) hook tip sickle, handle initialed B.B., G+ *Note- both Long family makers consistent file/knife edge w/ chamfer trailing edge, strike on reverse side from edge & handles uniform Sold For 35.00
  171. 3 – Reaping sickles: 2 – I. Christ (above noted), F-G (1 – has crack to blade); BY #3 (late form by unknown maker) Sold For 17.50
  172. 3 – Hand wrought Conestoga wagon chains: rope twist link rough lock w/ hook & lg. round link, Vg; 5/8” thickness “Heavy” rough lock, rusted; set of hobble chains w/ oxbow hook, G Sold For 30.00
  173. Assorted wrought iron tools & hardware: prospecting pick w/ oval “hub” eye & flat 3/8” ends. It has a pointed & flat tips, no handle Vg; initial A.M., miner’s pick head, F-G; rope twist breast chain, G; heavy log chain, G; horse tie ring; etc. Sold For 12.50
  174. Starrett, 24” cast iron open frame level, 1 – vertical vial missing, F-G Sold For 12.50
  175. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – measuring devices: Jameson & Co. wooden slit marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw & brass blade wedge, Vg; Dunlap, wooden disc-wheel marking gauge, G+-Vg; signed (?) hand wrought 12 ½” winged divider/compass w/ lg. pad thumbscrew, G-G+; late turned mahogany fluted rolling pin, Vg Sold For 40.00
  176. 3 – drilling devices: small tuning peg reamer w/ round handle & rounded wood sleeve, Vg.; 2 – German ball braces: W. Entemann, w/ thumbscrew chuck wooden ball handle turned knurl, Vg; initialed (?) F+-G Sold For 17.50
  177. 7 – Assorted small adjustable wrenches is a glass top display, various patents & makers, G-Vg Sold For 40.00
  178. Stanley Bailey #2-C bench jack, unmarked deck & 1912-20 V-strike, refinished Sold For 140.00
  179. 3 – Various edge tools: Stanley #67 “universal” spoke shave, G+-Vg; unsigned circular spoke shave, hole drilled in handle, G-G+; Sargent 6 3/8” block plane w/ knuckle-joint cap, VG Sold For 55.00
  180. Davis Level & Tool Co., pat. 5-29-1877, 1883, 24” cast iron lattice work frame level, G+-Vg Sold For 100.00
  181. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #8-C bench jointer, F-G (damage to ear of tote & some rust) Sold For 45.00
  182. Stanley Bailey #7 bench jointer, aluminum “school model” tote/handle, repainted G-G+ Sold For 30.00
  183. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 ½-C jack, post WW-II w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg; #5 smooth jack, F+-G Sold For 60.00
  184. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, post WW-II w/ rosewood handle & knob, G; “Four-Square” #1105, Vg Sold For 50.00
  185. 3 – Various small levels: Starrett, 12 ½” cast iron open-frame level, Vg; Starrett 11 7/8” cast iron open-frame level, G; Disston & Sons, pat. 10-29-1912, #5-12” cherry wood level, refinished G Sold For 35.00
  186. 4 – Assorted measuring devices: homemade double-arm wooden marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw, refinished Vg; unsigned rosewood marking gauge w/ oval head, inlaid brass mustache plate & brass oval inlay on rounded rail, F+; Stanley #61-2ft wooden folding rule, G; L.S. Starrett 12” combination square w/ angle gauge, G+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  187. 2 – Wooden planes: Sandusky Tool Co. #168 screw arm adjustable sash molding plane w/ owner strike J.M. Dowell, G+; Greenfield Tool Co. 2 ¼” Grecian ogee, refinished Vg Sold For 22.50
  188. 3 – Wooden planes: unknown maker, grooving plane w/ brass center rail fence. The plane is not a looker, but the fence is odd. It has adjustable fence mounted on slide-in rail system, G; Sandusky Tool Co. handled #101-1” handled panel grooving plane, Vg; J. Dobie / D. Malloch, Perth, compass block, Vg Sold For 12.50
  189. 7 – Antique front bend chisels, most S.J. Addis, G+-Vg: 4 – spoon gouges (various handled), narrow V-groove, 2 – fanned straight flat Sold For 100.00
  190. 8 – Assorted antique carving chisels w/ new handles & burnishing tool (most S.J. Addis), G Sold For 170.00
  191. 7 – Swiss, graduated #1 straight carving chisels, like new ¼”-1 3/8” w/ oak octagon grip handles Sold For 100.00
  192. 4 – Swiss, back bend carving gouge chisels w/ oak octagon handles, like new: 3 - #25 radius & 1 - #28 radius Sold For 70.00
  193. 6 – Swiss, graduated #9 radius carving gouge chisels w/ oak octagon handles, Vg Sold For 75.00
  194. 8 – Antique assorted carving gouge chisels (1 – front bend), all w/ octagon grip handles, Vg Sold For 130.00
  195. 9 – Swiss, assorted size #5 radius carving gouge chisels w/ oak octagon handles, Vg. (1 – front bent & long bend) Sold For 130.00
  196. 2 – Tools: wooden 1 ¼” threading block w/ lg. turned grasp handles & match threading die, G; oak jointer’s mallet w/ mortised head, Vg Sold For 120.00
  197. 2 – Drawknives w/ saber & half moon strike: 6 ¼” belly shave, G; 8” straight back head shave, Vg Sold For 40.00
  198. Tray lot headers & dogs: 2 – small dbl-end nail headers, hand wrought, Vg; hand wrought carvers’ bench hold down w/ 7/8” shaft & hook pad head, G; 2 – spring-back bench dogs (2 – sizes) Sold For 60.00
  199. Tray lot assorted tools: hand wrought “ram’s horn” claw hammer, G+; 5 – wooden handle screwdrivers (3 – antique); pr. of “classy” safety glasses Sold For 20.00
  200. 10 – Assorted carving & turning chisels, various types & makers, G-Vg Sold For 50.00
  201. 4 – Various “egg beater” hand drills: Goodell-Pratt, pat. 8-13-1895, w/ bit storage wood handle, & 3 ¾” wheel Vg; Millers Falls #94, Vg; Goodell-Pratt  w/ metal handle & 3” wheel, G; no-name copy of Goodell Pratt 3” wheel, wooden storage handle, Vg Sold For 35.00
  202. 3 – Hand drills: Stanley #626 w/ bits in handles, G.; Millers Falls 3 ¼” wheel w/ removable handle, G+; SoJo, w/ 4” wheel & bits in handle, Vg Sold For 25.00
  203. 3 – Drilling devices: Stanley: #743 breast drill w/ 5” wheel, Vg; “handyman” #H1253 ratchet brace, Vg; Pexto #5210 brace, G+ Sold For 15.00
  204. 3 – Wooden marking gauges: unmarked Stanley #77 mortise gauge, F+-G; Stanley #65, Vg; unmarked rosewood & brass mortise gauge w/ 4 brass “shell-casing” inlaid plate, G. Sold For 15.00
  205. Cooper’s Chiv/round plane w/ walnut fence, unknown maker, Vg Sold For 22.50
  206. 4 – Various hand drills: Stanley: #624 w/ 4” wheel & bits in handle, Vg; “handyman” (?) #1214 w/ red top handle, Vg; Goodell-Pratt #487 , G; North Bros. “Yankee” w/ 3” wheel, G Sold For 25.00
  207. 2 – Tools: Babcock, “Official Tester”, bench mount hand crank milk tester/centrifuge, G-G+; wall mounted shoe shine/last w/ two heads, Vg Sold For 5.00
  208. Stanley “Handyman” retail display. Three part display set Sold For 35.00
  209. 5 – Various tools: Stanley “Yankee” ratchet screw driver (N.I.P); 4 – hand drills: Stanley Handyman #H1221, Vg; Jo Mfg. “Joic” w/ adjustable angle, Vg; “Yankee” #1530, G.; unsigned 3 ½” wheel w/ lg. knob storage handle, G+ Sold For 25.00
  210. 5 – Measuring devices: 2 – folding rules: Stanley “sweetheart” #66 ½-3ft. Vg; Lufkin #781-2ft., F; 3 – various wooden marking gauges, G. Sold For 10.00
  211. Tray lot hammers & hatchet: Bridgeport Hardware “Matchless” 16oz. claw hammer, G; Warner’s & Noble, brick hammer, G; signed (?) magnetic tip brass tack hammer, G+; P.S. & W. 8oz. rivet hammer, G+; unsigned Estwing camp hatchet, G Sold For 35.00
  212. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: Stanley “sweetheart” #12-8” try square, Vg; English, combination square, Vg; machinist made 6” try square, G; 2 – outside caliper, G. Sold For 30.00
  213. 2 – Stanley planes: Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, 1960-1970, Vg; “Defiance” 6 ½” block, Vg Sold For 30.00
  214. 3 – Various metal planes: Stanley Bailey #5 ¼ “junior” jack w/ maroon paint, Vg; Dunlap 7 1/8” block plane, Vg; “no name” 8 ½” jack, G+ Sold For 22.50
  215. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 – various spiral/ratchet screwdrivers (1 – Decatur Coffin Co.); Diligent 50ft. steel tape measure, G+; etc. Sold For 10.00
  216. 3 – Handsaws: unsigned 6” stair-builder’s saw, Vg; compass/keyhole saw w/ “fishtail” handle & brass split nuts, refinished G+; Disston “adjustable” compass saw w/ wheat carved open grip handle, G; Sold For 7.50
  217. 6 – Handsaws: 2 – steel frame fret saws, G; German adjustable jeweler’s frame saw, Vg; 4 ½” keyhole saw w/ “fishtail” handle, Vg; compass saw w/ open grip handle, F; child’s toy saw w/ replaced handle, G Sold For 22.50
  218. Tray lot references & ephemera: H.B. Stanley Folding Rules, by Alvin Sellens, 1984, w/ dust jacket; Woodworking Plane, by Alvin Sellens, 1978, w/ dust jacket; 15 – Stanley trade marketing disc “Eye catchers”; Damon Axe tool labels; Lufkin Rule, 1953, comic book, etc. Sold For 35.00
  219. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Interlox 6ft. slide-by rule w/ patent papers; 2 – Stanley #60-176 6ft. “plumbers’ rules”, NIP; Stanley line level w/ brass front; brass plumb bob; etc. Sold For 20.00
  220. 3 – Stanley Hardware binder/albums, 1953-1970’s Sold For 15.00
  221. Tray lot assorted tool catalogs & reproduce MWT tool catalogs: Fafin Bearings; Norma Hoffman Precision Bearings; Cleveland Electric Tramrail; late era Stanley tools catalogs; etc. Sold For 5.00
  222. 2 – Handsaws: Wardmaster, #84-3917-10pt., Vg; Sandvik, Sweden #270-8pt, G-G+ Sold For 7.50
  223. Atkins 30” ice saw w/ aluminum handle, G+ Sold For 12.50
  224. 3 – Handsaws: London Spring Steel #125-20”, G; Disston & Sons, #D42-8pt. “Victory” handsaw, G+; Richardson Bros. “Union Made” 28”-5 ½ pt. Vg; Sold For 7.50
  225. 2 – Handsaws: Atkins & Co. 18”-10pt. flooring saw, G+-Vg; Shields & Bros., Phila.  14” butcher’s saw, Vg Sold For 22.50
  226. 3 – Atkins handsaws w/ fancy handles,: 22 ½”-11pt. hollow back, G; 24 ½”-8pt. hollow back, G+; 24 ½”-6pt. hollow back, Vg Sold For 20.00
  227. 3 – Handsaws: A.F. Bromabcher & Co., Fulton Saw Works, 5 ½ pt., Vg; Disston #D95-10pt. G+; Atkins “Reliable” #58-5 ½ pt. Vg Sold For 15.00
  228. 3 – Resin handled handsaws: Disston: #D111- 10pt., G; #D95-12pt., G+; Atkins #8000-8pt. w/ Moyer’s Hardware, Hamburg, Pa. label, Vg Sold For 7.50
  229. 3 – Disston handsaws: #95-8pt., resin handle, G; #D23-5 ½ pt., G+; #D8-8pt. G+ Sold For 5.00
  230. 4 – Drilling devices: Rusby Patent, hand crack breast drill, F-G; “Bell Systems” “Yankee” #2101A-10” brace, Vg; North Bros. “Yankee” #1446 hand drill, Vg; Millers Falls hand drill w/ 4” wheel & tool storage handle, F-G
  231. 78” Unsigned mahogany jamb truing level, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  232. Stanley R&L #3-28 ¼” cherry wood level w/ wooden slide lid tool box, Vg Sold For 35.00
  233. 2 – Brass tipped wooden levels: Stanley #3-30 ¼”, G+; E.M. Chapin, Pine Meadow, 30” rosewood/mahogany three-ply level w/ brass shield side-view, G Sold For 35.00
  234. 3 – Wooden levels: Stanley: #0-24” cherry wood, G-G+; #0-28” cherry wood, F (hanger hole); Keen Kutter #0-28” cherry wood, F-G (owner’s initials on top rail) Sold For 12.50
  235. 3 – Measuring devices: Stanley R&L #3-18 ¼” cherry wood level, G; 18” rosewood & brass handled try square, G-G+; unsigned 24” multi-gradient (front & back) pattern makers rule, Vg Sold For 22.50
  236. Tray lot assorted modern measuring devices: U.S. Tape (made in Korea, oh well) 100ft-30M tape measure, E; 5 – 6ft. Zig-zag rules, G-E; 2 – drafting ruler, Vg Sold For 17.50
  237. 3 – Stanley edge tools: #140 rabbet block, missing blade adjuster screw, G; #110 block, G; #80 box scraper, G Sold For 70.00
  238. 2 – Stanley planes: #71 router w/ pat. date, Vg; #78 rabbet/fillister, G-G+ Sold For 70.00
  239. 3 – Stanley planes: #99 left side rabbet, G+-Vg; #98 ride side rabbet, G; #79 two-way side rabbet, Vg. Sold For 140.00
  240. 2 – Stanley planes: Defiance #1245 jack, NIB; Bailey #5 jack, rosewood handle & low knob, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  241. Set of Stanley #55 cutter blades in original wooden boxes, probably missing some pieces Sold For 150.00
  242. 3 – Wooden shaves: rare, D. Colton, Phila. adjustable heel shave, Vg; 2 – common spoke shaves (1 – Sheffield), G-Vg Sold For 60.00
  243. 2 – Wilkinson & Co., “safety handle” drawknives w/ adjustable handles: 7” sag back, G+; 8” straight back, Vg Sold For 95.00
  244. Tray lot – What’s it? Tools: English corkscrew champagne tap w/ stay-in turn-valve tap, Vg; Surgical “Hudson type” stainless steel brace w/ 4- bits in mahogany case, 1940-1970 era, G+ Sold For 100.00
  245. 4 – Wooden block planes: New York Tool Co. compass block, Vg; Kennan & Son, 5” small block, G+; Greenfield Tool, 8”, G+; New York Tool Co. #3-8 ¼”, Vg Sold For 40.00
  246. 4 – Wooden joinery planes: Bibighaus, Phila. ½” T&G combination plane, owner brand J. Herb, Vg; E.W. Pennell, Phila. ½” T&G combination plane, G-G+; Sandusky Tool Co. #60-1/4” dado, Vg; Greenfield Tool, dado, parts missing Sold For 65.00
  247. 5 – Wooden bead molding planes, various size, G-Vg. makers: DeForest, Birmingham; Union Factory, H. Chapin; Owasco Tool #51; Winsted Plane Co., fully boxwood inlay; Marten Doscher Sold For 55.00
  248. 4 – Transitional bench planes: handled jack: Sargent #3411, missing frog; Stanley R&L #35, F-G; non-handled blocks: Oak Leaf, 8”, G; Sargent VBM #3408-8 3/8”, G+ Sold For 30.00
  249. 8 – Assorted wooden hollow or round planes, most Vg. Makers: Josiah King; 2 - Union Factory, H. Chapin; Casey & Co., Auburn; Owasco Tool Co.; Sandusky Tool Co.; Union Tool, Goshen Mass. Sold For 70.00
  250. 2 – Cooper’s planes: homemade howel plane, Vg.; adjustable croze plane, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  251. S.H. Bibighaus, Phila. handled 2 ½” panel raising, owner struck A. French, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  252. Shiverick (Brooklyn, NY) screw arm plow plane w/ set of 6 graduated plane knives, G-Vg Sold For 70.00
  253. 3 – Wooden jointer planes: Kenewa Tool Co. #610-22” raise handle w/ lignum-vitae button, G+-Vg; New York Tool Co. #20-22” plank, owner branded A. Johnson, Vg; unsigned 20”, P-F. Additional Photo: One Sold For 30.00
  254. 5 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – dbl.-blade nosing planes, Vg: Auburn Tool Co. #189-1 ¼”; D.R. Barton & Co., Rochester, 1 ¼”; 3 – rabbet planes: Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens skew side rabbet, Vg; Sandusky 2” skew rabbet, G-G+; Union Factory, H. Chapin, 1 7/8” skew side rabbet, Vg Sold For 30.00
  255. Sargent #722-C -22” jointer plane w/ adjustable knob, G-Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 110.00
  256. 3 – Stanley Bailey #29 transitional bench jointer planes, F+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  257. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #8-C bench jointer w/ rosewood handle & high knob, partial label on handle, G+-Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 120.00
  258. Stanley R&L #3-28 ¼” cherry wood level w/ homemade tool box, initials carved in top rail, G Sold For 7.50
  259. Seymour & Whitlock, Newark, NJ. bench mount mitre cutter, pat. Aug. 17, 1872, G+ Sold For 75.00
  260. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: #30-24” adjustable w/ V-strike, Vg; #23-24”, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  261. Unsigned spike pole lipped dubbing adze, bead-blasted clean, G+ Sold For 60.00
  262. William Mann, Lewistown, flat-poll adze, initialed N.E.Y., bead-blasted clean, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 50.00
  263. Match pr. Treman & Bros., Ithaca, handled 8/8” panel tongue & groove plane set, Vg Sold For 25.00
  264. 3 – Wooden molding planes: A.E. Baldwin, 2” Grecian ogee, Vg; B. Sheneman, Phila. 1” Grecian ogee, Vg; homemade cherry wood 2” round rabbet plane, branded S. Stover, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  265. 2 – Wooden molding planes: J. Colton, Phila, two-iron 1 ¾” Grecian ogee w/ multiple owner brands & strikes, G+; Bird’s-eye maple & brass fence panel center bridge groove plane, Vg. Plane has heavy brass slide-rail bracket mount to side of plane w/ adjustable cast brass fence, Vg Sold For 50.00
  266. D.R. Barton, 10” cooper’s head shave/drawknife, handle has grinding on underside, but does not have weld repair, chip to edge, G Sold For 30.00
  267. L. & I.J. White, 6” right hand howel/chamfer knife, G+ Sold For 35.00
  268. Baldwin Locomotive Works (owner marked) 20” winged divider/compass, 1 – tip is shortened, but great provenance for this compass Sold For 85.00
  269. E.T.R. & L., 1943, maple wood turning/bow saw, Vg Sold For 22.50
  270. Kirby, patent 2-17-1885, bung hole auger/reamer w/ counter-sink, Vg Sold For 45.00
  271. 2 – Cooper’s hand adze: Mannebach Bros., New York, heavy adze, G-G+; hand wrought dbl-bit canoe & flat adze, unsigned Vg. Sold For 80.00
  272.  2 – Lg. measuring devices: unsigned 20” winged divider/compass, Vg; 20 ½” lock-joint outside caliper, marked Michael Szabo on stop knob, G. Additional Photo: One Sold For 35.00
  273. Fulton, 3” slick w/ early turned cherry wood socket handle, G-G+ Sold For 85.00
  274. 2 –Draw-work edge tools: P.S. & W., 10” stop chamfer knife, G+; what’s it narrow line router, Vg Sold For 60.00
  275. 2 – Tools: Osborne & Co., iron pistol grip leather slitting gauge w/ knife edge, G+; Bonsa, German, combination tool set w/ lock-joint knife handle & 10 tool head & pincers In leather travel pack, G-G+ Sold For 50.00
  276. 2 – Measuring devices: homemade 8” slit-marking gauge w/ wedge stop fence & raised push-rail, Vg; Stanley #73 mortise gauge, Vg Sold For 30.00
  277. 2 – Brass bound 2ft.-4-fold wooden rules: Stanley #62 ½ w/ square joint, Vg; C.S. Co. #62, Vg Sold For 25.00
  278. 3 – Measuring devices: Stanley marking gauge w/ brass patented improve plate, Vg; rosewood & brass mortise gauge, marked F. Born, G+; sliding-T bevel, Vg. Sold For 22.50
  279. 5 – Wooden folding rules: Stanley: #36  ½-12” caliper/rule, Vg; #66 ½-3ft. w/ oxbow joint, G+; #53 ½-2ft. w/ oxbow joint, G+; etc. Sold For 20.00
  280. 2 – Drilling devices: wooden brace w/ brass push-button chuck, repaired arm & knurl, F; right-angle ratchet brace, G+ Sold For 30.00
  281. Tray lot assorted modern tools: Stanley “Yankee” #41Y push drill, Vg; Lufkin HW100-100ft. tape measure, Vg; Millers Falls #732-A-10” brace, G+; West German 7 ¾” wooden level, G+; etc. Sold For 15.00
  282. Tray lot assorted tools: Jorgensen #6210 band clamp, NIB; Shelton patent #1914609-8 7/8” jack plane, G+-Vg; Tryon’s 9 ½” jack plane, G+-Vg Sold For 35.00
  283. 2 – Edge tools: unsigned side broad hatchet, G; J. Barrick, 11” dbl.-edge currier’s narrow back knife, G+ Sold For 50.00
  284. 4 – Wooden marking gauges: Stanley: #71 dbl.-arm, G+; “sweetheart” #64 ½, replaced stop screw, G; 2 – unmarked gauges, G Sold For 15.00
  285. Tray lot assorted firmer chisels, F-G+ Sold For 110.00
  286. 9 – Assorted Swiss, #7 radius carving chisels w/ oak octagon handles, Vg. (1 – 1 3/8” long bend) Sold For 180.00
  287. 6 – Assorted Swiss, carving chisels w/ oak octagon handles, Vg: #23 flat trough chisel; 2 – V groove/parting chisels: #14 & #15; 3 - #3 shallow radius Sold For 95.00
  288. 7 – Assorted Swiss, #1 straight or skew carving chisels w/ oak octagon handles, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  289. 6 – Various V-groove/parting carving chisels, various sizes, Vg. (5 – Swiss) Sold For 110.00
  290. Stanley R&L #10 (?) carriage maker’s rabbet plane, measures 12 5/8” long. The blade is marked Stanley, chip guard is marked w/ L. Bailey’s patent, but the deck is unmarked, Vg Sold For 170.00
  291. Stanley R&L “Victor” #20 adjustable circular/compass plane, G-G+ Sold For 85.00
  292. Stanley #85, 8” Cabinet maker’s scraper jack plane w/ tilt knob & tote, marked pat. Applied for, Vg. Sold For 270.00
  293. 7 – Assorted Swiss, #12 (various size) parting/v-groove carving chisels, oak octagon handles, Vg. (1 –long bend shank) Sold For 140.00
  294. 10 – Assorted Swiss, #10 radius carving gouges w/ oak octagon handles, Vg. (various size) Sold For 150.00
  295. 9 – Assorted Swiss, #8 radius carving gouges w/ oak octagon handles, various sizes, Vg. (2 – front bend, & 2 – long band) Sold For 160.00
  296. Oak 15 drawer parts cabinet w/ 3 vertical rows of 5 drawers. Each drawer has a wooden knob pull. 38” X 10 ½” X 13 5/8”, G. (most drawers marked in white marker parts) Sold For 85.00
  297. Adler industrial leather sewing machine on Singer treadle base. The lg. cast iron sewing machine has 18 ½” throat. G+ Sold For 210.00
  298. Unknown maker, metal turning lathe in homemade plywood tool box. The lathe has a 30” rail w/ 18” max. from turning head to tail stock. Includes: mounted bearing shaft w/ 3 stepped pulleys, adjustable tool cutter, mounted plate w/ 12 – collets & tool rest. Vg. Sold For 300.00
  299. Small green painted tool box w/ cream painted initials T.S.D. on front of chest. 28” X 14” X 13 ½”. It has two interior tills, G. Sold For 30.00
  300. 5 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – two-iron nosing planes: Union Factory, H. Chapin, Vg; strike missing, missing one iron, F.; 2 – rabbet: Sandusky, G. & other unsigned; homemade ogee, G+ Sold For 17.50
  301. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Sandusky Tool, #62-3/8” dado, Vg; P. Chapin, Baltimore, coping plane, G; Union Factory, H. Chapin, 1” nosing, G+; Owasco Tool Co., two-iron fixed sash molding, vg. Sold For 50.00
  302. 3 – Early wooden molding planes: John Bell, Phila. 1 1/8” hollow, Vg; J. Schauer (Johannes Schauer, Lancaster Co.); Wm. Souder, Phila. skew rabbet, owner branded J. Biddle, G+ Sold For 30.00
  303. Arrowmammett Work, Middletown, CT., screw arm plow plane, Vg Sold For 40.00
  304. 3 – Metal bench jack planes: Fulton, 9 ¼”-C, G; Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #3 smooth, G+-Vg; Sargent #710-10”, Vg Sold For 95.00
  305. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #3 smooth, post WWII, G+-Vg; #4 smooth, CHS engraved on side rail, G.Sold For 60.00
  306. 3 – Wooden molding planes: J. Goldsmith, handled complex Grecian ogee w/ side bead, inlaid Lignum-Vitae biscuits, G+-Vg; Mander & Dillin, Phila. pat. applied for, chamfer block, Vg; unsigned 2” gutter block, Vg Sold For 130.00
  307. 3 – Various planes: 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional: #29 jointer, Vg; #36 raise handle smoother jack, G+; Union Factory, H. Chapin, toothing plane, G-G+ Sold For 45.00
  308. 2 – Wooden handled panel tongue planes: Eagle Factory, N. Chapin & Co., wedge arm tongue, Vg; James Mfg. Co., Williamsburg, Mass., screw arm (threads poor), G Sold For 40.00
  309. 7 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various types & makers, F-G. Makers: Wm. Goldsmith, Phila; Ohio Tool; etc. Sold For 50.00
  310. Tray lot 7 – edge tools: antique violin builder’s compass rabbet plane w/ bone plate sole, Vg; 5 pc. assembled carving chisel set w/ matched oak octagon handles (chisels made by various makers); carving gouge w// round oak handle, g Sold For 80.00
  311. 3 – Small planes: Stanley R&L #75 bullnose block, G; “no name” brass router w/ maple turned knobs (mini Stanley #71 ½ type), Vg; E.C.E. (West Germany) 3 ½” wooden block, E Sold For 55.00
  312. 3 – Various planes: Stanley #71 router w/ patent date, G-G+; Craftsman #187.37052-A block plane, Vg; Craftsman 9” jack plane, F+-G Sold For 55.00
  313. 3 – H.B.  references: The Complete Manual of Woodworking, by Albert Jackson, David Day & Simon Jennings, 1989; Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America, 1827-1927, by Roger Smith, 1990 edition; Wooden Planes in 19th Century America, Vol. , by Kenneth D. Roberts, 1982 Sold For 50.00
  314. 2 – H.B. references: Dictionary of Tools…, by R.A. Salaman, 1977 edition; Woodworking Planes, by Alvin Sellens, 1985 edition w/ dust jacket Sold For 30.00
  315. 4 – Stanley references: H.B.: The Stanley Plane a History and…, by Alvin Sellens, 1977 edition; Stanley Folding Rules a History and..., by Alvin Sellens, 1984; S.B.: re-print Stanley Rule & Level, No. 102, catalog; Antique & Collectible Stanley Tools, by John Walter, 1990, Sold For 70.00
  316. 4 – S.B. references: Restoring, Tuning & Using Classic Woodworking Tool, by Michael Dunbar, 1989; Planemakers of Western Pennsylvania and Environs, by Charles W. Prine, Jr., 2000; A Guide to American Wooden Plane & Their Makers, second edition, by Emil & Martyl Pollak, 1991; A Museum of Early American Tools, by Eric Sloane, 1976, Sold For 25.00
  317. Box lot assorted references (see photo) Sold For 5.00
  318. Tray lot assorted tools: R.W. Weidas Patent 3-12-1870, pod iron w/ hinge back handle, G; 2 – “monkey” adjustable wrenches: & W. Co. 8”, Vg; unsigned 8”, G; Stillson #8 pipe wrench, G+; Ford box/open end wrench, G.; 3 – calipers; etc. Sold For 17.50
  319. Tray lot assorted tools: Stearns, adjustable hollow auger; combination square; True Temper “Jet Rocket” sheath hatchet; sliding-T bevel; etc. Sold For 25.00
  320. 6 – Assorted implement wrenches: Planet Jr.; Independent; 2 – marked: Cylinder Stud- Battery Nut; The Bay State, patent 1-15-1901, ratchet wrench; Jamesway Sold For 10.00
  321. 5 – Various adjustable pipe wrenches, G-Vg: Trig-o-Matic, 12”, patent #2645145; Little Giant 18”, patent 2-4-1913; Popular Morco, 14”; Stillson Wrench Mfg., 10”; Western Germany, 10” Sold For 55.00
  322. 6 – Wrench type tools: adjustable wrenches: Keystone #79-9”; Keystone #77-7”; Carll Wrench Co. 10”, pat. 5-6-1913; Eifel Flash pliers wrench; Kantslip P&T Co., pliers; L.L. Rowe, Boston, pat. 12-21-1886, crimping tool Sold For 30.00
  323. 6 – Wrenches, G-Vg: pipe wrenches: Little Giant: 14” & 2 - 8”; double-end wrenches: Crescent 10-12”; Craftsman 6-8”; Bahco-Volvo 8” Sold For 85.00
  324. 6 – Adjustable wrenches, G-G+: 3 – Various size, Bemis & Call Mfg.; 3 – Various Trimo Sold For 40.00
  325. 5 – Adjustable wrenches, G-Vg: Moore 12”; Buck & Hickman 10”; “The Gem” double-jaw; Mossberg, “Sterling” #5-10”; Diamond Tool & Horseshoe Co. 12” Sold For 12.50
  326. 9 – Assorted implement/combination wrenches: Proto Mfg. 2 15/16” & 3” open end; Dayton; IH; Deere; P&O Co; etc. Sold For 65.00
  327. 3 – Small “hobby” bench vises, unsigned w/ small anvils, G Sold For 40.00
  328. 5 – Adjustable wrenches: Trimo 8”& 12”; Vandegrift Mfg., pat. 9-7-1897; W&B “Auto” 10 ¼”; “King Dick” Sold For 30.00
  329. 3 – Edge tools: Stanley “sweetheart” #85 spoke shave, G+; homemade scraper/shave w/ bone sole plate, G+; modern wooden compass round plane w/ peg handle Sold For 45.00
  330. 3 – Various tools: “Bell System” #3 sledge hammer, Vg; unsigned slating zaxe, G+; “what’s it” R. Hurd, patent 2-11-1862 , nipper tool (possible snout cutter) Sold For 55.00
  331. 4 – “Gadget” tools: “The Hamilton” table mount nut cracker; adjustable jar opener; T&R Machine Co., Prop-Mate model #116 propeller wrench; unknown maker, corner clamp, Vg Sold For 20.00
  332. 2 – Tools: W. Addams, (William, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.) cooper’s hand adze, G; Cheney, 20oz. chisel hammer, G Sold For 50.00
  333. 9 – Assorted implement wrenches: Black Hawk, open cast & solid cast; T.B. Wood’s & Sons, Chambersburg; Standard; Henney; Planet Jr.; etc. Sold For 35.00
  334. Stanley “sweetheart” #3-26” cherry brass tipped level, Vg Sold For 5.00
  335. 2 – Stanley R&L wooden levels, G-G+: #3-30”; #4-30” Sold For 7.50
  336. 2 – Handsaws: Power-Kraft, #84-B-26”-5 ½ pt. w/ oak handle, Vg; Keystone #K-4,  Air Master w/ bomber  graphics, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  337. 2 – Stanley #0 cherry wood levels, Vg: 26” & 24” Sold For 17.50
  338. 2 – Stanley iron frame levels: #360-12”, G+; #36-24”, Vg Sold For 25.00
  339. 2 – Stanley cherry wood levels: #104-24”, Vg; R&L #3-26” w/ brass tipped ends, refinished Vg Sold For 15.00
  340. 3 – Stanley R&L cherry wood levels: #104-16”, Vg; #102-14”, Vg; #102-10”, Vg Sold For 15.00
  341. 3 – Various bench planes: Craftsman BL low-angle block w/ knuckle-joint cap, Vg; Stanley (?) 9” pressed jack w/ cast iron upper & fixed frog w/ blade adjust lever, handle cracked, F+-G; Chaplin’s patent Tower & Lyons, 15”-C jack w/ saddle cap, G Sold For 50.00
  342. Early Stanley Bailey #8 jointer plane w/ 1902-10 arch strike, rosewood handle & low knob, unmarked deck, & chip guard marked L. Bailey patent, Vg Sold For 110.00
  343. Stanley Bedrock #605 smooth jack, replaced handle, Vg. Sold For 100.00
  344. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: post WWII #4 smooth jack w/ painted handle & knob, Vg; #6-C fore plane w/ 1912-20 V-strike, G+-Vg Sold For 50.00
  345. 2 – Bench planes: Sargent #418 fore, G-G+; Stanley Bailey, early #6 fore plane, w/ unmarked deck, rosewood handle & low knob, & L. Bailey patent on chip guard, Vg Sold For 22.50
  346. 3 – various rabbet/fillister planes: Millers Falls #85, Vg; Craftsman #619-3730, G+; Miller Falls (?) parts missing Sold For 45.00
  347. 12 – Assorted wood & bench chisels, various makers, G-Vg Sold For 60.00
  348. Union Hardware #25 socket cabinet chisel set w/ original oak tool case. 6 socket handle chisels, G-G+ Sold For 85.00
  349. Graduated set of Stanley #60 carpenter’s wood chisels w/ neoprene handles, G-G+ Sold For 40.00
  350. 8pc. Assembled set of Stanley socket handle bench chisels w/ chamfer edge top, G Sold For 90.00
  351. 8 – Assorted carving chisel w/ tang handles, G+. makers include: Sorby; Howarth; Marples & Son, etc. Sold For 70.00
  352. 2 – Sets of chisels: late 4pc. tang handle firmer chisel set, Vg; assembled set of 7 tang handle bench chisels, various makers, but most handles match, G. Sold For 50.00
  353. Made for R&W Biddle & Co, Philadelphia, (hardware merchant) #199-3 ½” panel raising plane, G+-Vg Sold For 45.00
  354. Tray lot of knives & marking devices: Goldblatt, timber scribe; stag handle straight edge dagger w/ 1-flat edge & rounded top; 2 – AMT marking knives; 3 – assorted marking gauges, G Sold For 25.00
  355. Tray lot assorted wrenches: adjustable: Mossberg A-T, 5” bicycle, G+; Robinson 6” s-handle, G+; B&C 8” s-handle, G; Elgin, pat. 6-3-1897 alligator jaw, Vg; etc. Sold For 40.00
  356. Tray lot assorted tools: Ohio Tool, 1 ¾” edge rabbet plane, Vg; cooper’s stave shave, missing knife; unsigned hand drill, weld on wheel, refinished; 2 – hobby/dovetail saws, Vg; etc. Sold For 25.00
  357. 5 – T.H. Witherby, 1/8” socket firmer chisels, N.I.B. (original wooden slide-lid box). Handles are leather capped turned oak, but 1 – handle is missing Sold For 190.00
  358. 4 – Measuring devices, NIB: Evans, “Christmas Gift” 50ft. White-Tape, in original Christmas gift box; Stanley “Chalk-O-Matic” chalk line; K&E “Boss 50” tape measure; West German, 9”, torpedo level Sold For 7.50
  359. Tray lot New in Box tools: Millers Falls: #100 Auto-drill w/ “Retro” red handle; #55 wood scraper; 5 - Mayhew, #510 screwdrivers w/ wooden handles Sold For 40.00
  360. 3 – Planes w/ original boxes, E: Craftsman: #187.37051 block, box P.; #37064 jack, E; Lakeside, #84-3543 block, NIB Sold For 45.00
  361. Record, #08-C jointer plane, NIB (some small rust spots, still new) Additional Photo: One Sold For 130.00
  362. 5 – Wood chisels: Stanley 3pc. set of #75 socket handle chisels w/ original box, Vg (box F.); Greenlee 2” socket handle, new w/ rubber cover over blade Sold For 180.00
  363. Tray lot assorted NIB tools: Utica, Bonney pincers; Diamond Tools, tile nippers; Diamond Tools, cut-right aviation shears; pack of  6 Copaloy, electronic pliers; Klein pliers; etc. Sold For 50.00
  364. Tray lot of original boxed tools: 6pc. Mayhew, cold chisel set, in wooden slide-lid box, G+; 6 – Swan’s #30 ship auger bits, NIB; 6pc. Irwin flat bit set, Vg; 1 – Swan’s #80 Jennings pattern auger in wooden slide lid; etc. Sold For 45.00
  365. Tray lot assorted tools in original boxes: 2 – Buck Bros. #39 socket handle chisels, NIB; Select, razor-blade plane, NIB; Mid-west Crayon Works, box of blue “Supermark” crayons, NIB; 1 doz. Markal, white paint stick, NIB, etc. Sold For 35.00
  366. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 3 – Lufkin #1206-6ft. aluminum rule, NIB; 3lb. Lamp’s type Millwright’s steel tipped brass plumb bob, Vg; 2 – Union Tool, Co. scribes: 8” & 10”, Vg Sold For 95.00
  367. Atkins, #65-26”-5 ½ pt. rip handsaw, NIB. Sold For 140.00
  368. Ajax #8 adjustable beam boring machine w/ two adjustable length crank handle that have wooden egg grip handle, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 85.00
  369. Alex Rowland patent, adjustable gasket, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  370. 5 – Adjustable wrenches, G.: 3 – Bemis & Call, monkey wrenches; Walworth 10” pipe wrench; (?) double-head Sold For 25.00
  371. Tray lot assorted tools: Henry Disston, Phila. 12” steel backsaw w/ closed handle, dated 1868 on reverse of handle, G; 4 – various long shaft screw driver, G-Vg Sold For 120.00
  372. 5 – Assorted adjustable “Monkey” wrenches, 10”-18”, various maker, G Sold For 15.00
  373. Tray lot assorted machine & auto wrenches, G.: Sterling Mfg. Co. OVB, alligator jaw; ERO; McClary, London; Warren Webster Co.; Dayton Wire Wheel Co.; etc. Sold For 35.00
  374. 5  – Wooden rules: Folding: Stanley: “sweetheart” #66 ½ -3ft. four-fold w/ arch joint, G+; #36 ½ -12” two-fold caliper, Vg; Lufkin #372-12” two-fold, G+; unknown brass 2ft. four-fold w/ brass square joint, G; Lufkin #8134 dress-maker’s square, Vg Sold For 25.00
  375. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: J. Murphy, Phila. 9” winged divider, G+; unsigned 11 ½” winged divider, F+; 2 – stiff-joint divider/compass, G; wooden marking gauge, G.; Interlox, 6ft. slide-by rule, G Sold For 40.00
  376. Tray lot 8 – assorted adjustable wrenches: 2 – Crescent, 18”, G-Vg; Scholler Mfg. Co., 10”, F+; 3 – S-handle: Bemis & Call, 12”, G; Billings & Spencer, 8”, Vg; Keystone, Westcott, 6”, G; etc. Sold For 75.00
  377. 2 – Planes: Stanley #45 combination, F+-G; Sargent & Co. improved rabbet, missing depth stop, G+ Sold For 35.00
  378. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes: homemade oak wedge plow plane, G+; Greenfield Tool, panel tongue, G+; 1 ¼” nosing plane, unsigned; etc Sold For 25.00
  379. 5 – Assorted various planes, G: 3 – transitional fore planes: Sargent VBM #3417; Stanley, #26; Stanley #27; Capewell #71 block plane; Sargent VBM #409 jack Sold For 30.00
  380. 4 – Assorted wooden planes: John Bell, Phila. wedge arm panel groove, G+; 8 ½” horned smoother block, Vg; 8 3/8” homemade cherry wood mitre/block, G+; Fruitier, oar maker’s hollow block, bug damage (P) Sold For 10.00
  381. Carpenter’s metal trunk style tool chest w/ hinged lid & drop-front door. Interior has till & saw rack. Wooden level & some other tool accompany chest. Chest has key for latch lock, G+. Size- 32” X 6 ¾” X 15 ½” Sold For 10.00
  382. 6 – Stanley wooden torpedo levels in Stanley #260 box, 2 – original to box & 4 – married to box Sold For 80.00
  383. Stanley #78 rabbet/fillister, NIB Sold For 65.00
  384. Millers Falls #714 jack plane, NIB w/ “Buck Rogers” handle & knob Sold For 150.00
  385. Craftsman “Classic Tool Collection” maple 18” level w/ original box, E. Sold For 12.50
  386. 3 – Stanley level tools w/ original boxes: #104-14” cherry wood level, E (box toast); #138 level sights NIB; #36G-12” iron machinist level, NIB; Sold For 40.00
  387. 3 – T.H. Witherby ¼” socket firmer chisels new in original wooden slide box Sold For 110.00
  388. 3 – Push-action tools, NIB: 2 - Millers Falls #29 automatic screwdriver; Greenlee #482 push drill Sold For 40.00
  389. Stanley #945A ratchet brace, NIB Sold For:
  390. 12pc. Irwin auger bit set, NIB. This set has oak case, Irwin literature pamphlet from 1954, & original outer box Sold For:
  391. Stanley #984 corner ratchet brace, NIB Sold For 100.00
  392. Tray lot “Yankee” tools: North Bros., “Yankee” #100 tool set in original oak case, G+; Stanley “Yankee” #130A spiral ratchet screwdriver, NIB (?) Sold For 80.00
  393. 3 – Tools: SMTc reproduction of Stanley #1 odd job, NIB. w/ SMTC 12” straight rule; Stanley #199 fiber board/utility knife, NIB Sold For 45.00
  394. Tray lot: 4 Vol. set, Audel’s Carpenters & Builder’s Guide, 1948, some water damage to Vol. 4; Record plough plane #043, E. w/ original box Sold For 70.00

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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.

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