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Antique Tool Auction

March 31, 2018 

 

  1. Stanley “sweetheart” #45 combination molding plane in original slide-over box, E. (box has wear, but plane appears to be E.), includes guide printed in 1923 Sold For 190.00
  2. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #4 ½ smooth bench jack, NIB Sold For 140.00
  3. Stanley Bailey #3-C bench jack, NIB Sold For 80.00
  4. 2 – Stanley planes w/ original boxes: #90 bullnose rabbet block, NIB; #78 rabbet/fillister, Vg (box rough) Sold For 130.00
  5. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #35 transitional jack, Vg; #5-C jack, post WWII, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  6. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5 ¼ “Junior” jack, post WWII, Vg; “sweetheart” #5 jack w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg Sold For 80.00
  7. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #8-C bench jointer, G+-Vg Sold For 170.00
  8. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #6-C bench fore plane, rosewood handle & high knob, Vg Sold For 40.00
  9. Stanley Bailey #5 ½-C bench jack w/ rosewood handle & high knob, G+-Vg. Sold For 85.00
  10. Stanley Bailey #2 small bench smoother w/ V-strike circa 1912-1920, G (owner name struck on side rail) Sold For 140.00
  11. 2 – Stanley Bailey edge tools: #4 ½ bench broad smoother jack, WWII era w/ Teflon adjuster knob, in original box, G+-Vg; #80 cabinet scraper, Vg Sold For 130.00
  12. 3 – Stanley tools w/ original boxes: #9 ½ block plane, Vg; #220 block plane, Vg; #42 saw set, Vg Sold For 45.00
  13. Stanley Bailey #7-C bench jointer, post WWII, Vg+-E. Sold For 100.00
  14. 2 – Edge tools: Stanley #95 “sweetheart” edge rabbet/block plane, Vg; E.C. Stearns & Co. cabinet scraper, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  15. 2 – Stanley planes: #60 ½ P, low angle block w/ maroon paint, Vg+; Bailey #4 smooth bench jack, w/ patent applied for blade, Vg Sold For 60.00
  16. 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench jointer planes: Bailey “sweetheart” #28 w/ US patent 7-9-12, Vg+; R&L #29, G+-Vg Sold For 120.00
  17. 2 – Drawknives, Vg+ w/ leather sheaths: T.H. Witherby, 8” w/ black painted handles; Dunlap 10” straight back w/ maple handles Sold For 70.00
  18. S. Cantel, Boston, 8” drawknife w/ folding safety handles, Vg Sold For 70.00
  19. 2 – Drawknives: unsigned 12” sag back w/ maple cup capped handles, G+; Dunlap #3678-10”, NIB Sold For 70.00
  20. 5 – Various hammers: Phila. Tool Co. 16oz. claw, marked Rdg. Co. (railway), Vg; J. & F. Reed (*?) 16oz. hand wrought claw, G; Vaughn & Bushnell 12oz. cross-peen, Vg; Carpenter (*?) 12oz. pattern maker’s cross-peen, G+; unsigned 12oz. straight/vertical peen hammer, Vg Sold For 50.00
  21. 3 – Various hatchets: Cheney #777 hatchet/hammer w/ round poll, G+; Plumb “Anchor” brand, 8oz. lathing hatchet, G+; unknown maker half shingling hatchet in waxed shipping paper Sold For 30.00
  22. Winchester sheath hand axe w/ “Q”-1905, dated handle, possible military Sold For 50.00
  23. 4 – Mechanical tools: A.H. Reid, Phila., Archimedes screwdriver w/ rosewood knurl, Vg.; North Bros., “Yankee” #130A box w/ 2 - #135A screwdrivers; Millers Falls #61A spiral screwdriver, Vg. w/ original box; Millers Falls #2 hand drill w/ bits in screw handle, G+ Sold For 45.00
  24. 4 – Hammers: Cheney 16oz. octagon poll w/ patented ball-bearing nail holder claw, G; F.D.S. & Co. #3 b race handle claw w/ pneumatic air drill, strike, G+; G.T.W. (Germantown) 12oz. rivet, G; V.E.B., 1912, small ball-peen, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 40.00
  25. 5 – Various compass/dividers, G: 3 – Lg. hand wrought winged type (2 – w/ file work decoration) Sold For 80.00
  26. 2 – Drilling devices: Stanley #984 right angle ratchet brace, Vg. (hanger hole drilled in handle); unsigned Amidon type angle corner brace – 10” sweep, G+ Sold For 60.00
  27. Ornate cast iron Davis Level & Tool Co. adjustable level w/ pat. 9-17-1867 on brass dial. The frame is 2 ¾” broad ornate lattice style open cast, Vg Sold For 140.00
  28. 2 – Levels: unsigned 14 ¾” mahogany & brass level w/ scroll molded top & brass sole plate, G+; L.S.S Co. 18” open cast iron level, G+-Vg Sold For 30.00
  29. 2 – Cherry wood levels, Vg: Disston & Sons, #5-14”; Stanley #0-28” w/ V-strike circa 1912-20 Sold For 17.50
  30. 2 – Stratton Bros. patent 3-1-1870, brass bound rosewood levels w/ end cap spirit levels: 10”, G+-Vg; 12”, Vg. Sold For 220.00
  31. 3 – Various tools: hand wrought 12 ¼” “Dancing leg” shoe-tipped divider, G+; Stanley Nicholson Patent, 19 ¼” cast iron frame level, missing 1-vial, F-G.; Engineer’s turn screw driver w/ 15 ¼” shaft, Vg Sold For 65.00
  32. 4 – Edge tools: A.J. Wilkinson & Co. 6” drawknife w/ folding handles, Vg; J.S. Cantrel, Boston, 8” drawknife w/ folding safety handles, G; homemade wooden 1 ½” hollow handled plane w/ James Howard iron, G+; homemade wooden round block w/ William Ash & Co. iron, Vg Sold For 90.001
  33. 7 – Assorted measuring devices: 2 – Stanley #20 try squares, G & Vg; 3 – Stanley sliding-T bevels, G.-Vg; Stanley “sweetheart” #61 wooden marking gauge, G+; Stanley “sweetheart” #265 marking gauge, G+ Sold For 30.00
  34. 3 – Primitive tool: heavy 12” wrought iron splitting froe; turned hickory froe mallet; signed (?) 12” sag-back drawknife, G Sold For 65.00
  35. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: late Irwin, 13pc. auger bit set in mahogany tool case, E; Stanley #923-8” ratchet brace, G+; Lion patent 8” ratchet brace, G Sold For 110.00
  36. Tray lot cast iron hardware: Simmons, Keen Kutter red painted match safe/wall pocket, G+; open lattice cast 4’X5” shelf brackets, like new; open floral cast 7 ¾”x 6 ½” shelf brackets w/ bronze paint, G Sold For 55.00
  37. Tray lot 4 – New-old stock tools, NIB: Dunlap #R5420, alcohol blow torch; Lenk, “Superheat” blow torch w/ gun grip handle; Lenk #105 alcohol blow torch (box rough); valve seat grinder in replaced box Sold For 30.00
  38. New-Old stock, Nanasi Co. #TE-50B “Signal Corp.” tool box, partial sealed case Sold For 130.00
  39. Japanese Naval wooden tool case w/ partial set of tools Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 130.00
  40. E.C.E., Western Germany, 23 ½” wooden plank style bench jointer, N.I.B. Sold For 100.00
  41. Tray lot assorted tools: Disston 6” coping saw, N.I.B.; Disston #68-10” dovetail saw w/ turned handle, N.I.B.; 2pc. slating tool set: Zaxe & T-brake, G Sold For 90.00
  42. Tray lot level & level parts: Starrett #132-6” iron level, N.I.B; Starrett #132-4 ¼” iron level, Vg; Starrett #132-12 ½” iron level, Vg; wooden slide lid box, Stanley level glasses & vials Sold For 120.00
  43. Tray lot assorted precision measuring devices in original boxes & cases: Lufkin inside micrometer; Slocomb 1” & 4” micrometers, NIB; Starrett #215 micrometer, NIB; etc. Sold For 75.00
  44. H. Gerstner & Sons. Lg. oak machinist tool chest w/ 3-1-4 over 3 drawer interior, front panel & lift lid storage, G+-Vg Sold For 250.00
  45. 3 – Brass tools: Halstead “Hand Lubricator” 1qt. brass tank w/ push-rod sprayer, restored; Otto Bernz Co., Rochester 1pint blow torch, restored polished brass, Vg; Otto Bernz Co., 1qt. blow torch w/. original label, Vg Sold For 22.50
  46. Tray lot assorted machinist type tools w/ original boxes: Starrett #196A dial indicator in wood; Starrett #196B dial indicator in wood; Starrett 0-2” micrometer in wood; unknown maker, brass surface gauge in homemade wooden case; etc; Sold For 55.00
  47. 4 – Blow torches, NIB: Bernz, #600 alcohol; Bernz, #603 alcohol; Lenk #105 alcohol; C&L #32A -1qt. Sold For 30.00
  48. 4 – Various brass blow torches: 3 – 1Qt.: Otto Bernz, Newark, NJ w/ metal adjustment knob, G+; Wall Mfg., Vg; unknown w/ pump in handle, & 1/2pint, by unknown maker, G. Sold For 17.50
  49. D. Hagen (*attributed Davis Hagen, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co.) cross- bit posthole mortise axe, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  50. Isaac Murr (*attributed to Intercourse, Pa.) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, 10 ½” edge, some deep pitting Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  51. Payson, Hope, Maine, mast makers’ axe w/ extended blade, some pitting, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  52. 2 – H.H. Stricker (Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co. & Vinemont, Berks Co.) axes: full felling axe w/ lower lug, Vg; 2nd small Kitchen/kindling axe w/ lower lug & bevel filed lower edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  53. 2 – Axes: primitive “Oddity” bog axe w/ make-do heavy riveted extended 12” blade on standard axe head, F; Silvius (Conrad, Lancaster City, 1850,) upper poll posthole mortise axe, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  54. 2 – Embossed axes: Simmons, Keen Kutter, camp axe, G+-Vg; & “Lakeside Special, Hand Made” double bit felling axe, F-G Sold For 40.00
  55. G. Sener “Eagle Strike” (Gottlieb Sener, working in Lancaster, 1826-48) felling axe w/ straight upper edge & fan down edge. The strike has a shielded Eagle w/ forge mallet in talons. Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  56. 2 – Signed felling axes: 1st J.B. Stohler (John B., working in Scheafferstown, Pa. mid-1800’s) small form kitchen axe w/ very little finish work, G; 2nd H.H. Stricker (Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co. & Vinemont, Berks Co.) full felling axe w/ lower lug, G+ (wire wheel grinding marks) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  57. Signed (?), Torrington, CT. 3” socket handle slick w/ original knurl topped handle, Vg. Sold For 130.00
  58. Embossed axe, Supplee-Biddle Hardware Co. “Wm. Penn Axe” w/ William Penn logo, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 160.00
  59. 2 – Edge tools: N. Eyck Mfg. Cohoes, NY. ice axe w/ full pick, G; White, Buffalo, NY., spike poll adze, G+ Sold For 50.00
  60. 3 – Handsaws: Hoff Bro. Inc. “Reading’s Plain Figure Hardware Store” #80-20”-10pt. G+; Richardson, 18”-11pt, G; Jackson & Co. 26”-10pt w/ brass split-nuts, G+ Sold For 35.00
  61. 3 – handsaws: American Saw Co. #222-26”-8pt, Vg; Blue Jacket 26”-6pt. sway back, Vg; Black Diamond, 26”-8pt, F+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 15.00
  62. 2 – Handsaws: Keystone Saw “Brown’s” 18” carcass saw w/ fishtail open-grip handle, G+; Crownsman, Chapman & Co. “made for A. Chesney, Edinburgh, 16” brass back mitre saw, G-G+ Sold For 50.00
  63. 4 – Disston & Sons, Handsaws: 2 - #111 “lightweight”: 5 ½ pt., E; 8pt., Vg; #D-42 “Victory” model, G-G+; #107, married handle, G Sold For 70.00
  64. 3 – Various handsaws: Atkins & Co. #100 flooring saw, G+; Shields & Miller, Phila. 18”-5 ½ pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G; Disston & Sons 19 ½”-9pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G. Sold For 80.00
  65. 3 – Handsaws: Jackson, 14” steel back mitre saw, G; Jackson, 16” steel back mitre saw, G+; Shields & Bro. Phila, 26”-9pt. w/ Eagle button & split-nuts, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  66. 3 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons “York State” 20”-7pt. G+; unknown 19 ½”-11pt., F+-G; W. Cresson, 17”-10pt., G+ Sold For 20.00
  67. 3 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons #D-23-26”-8pt., Vg; Disston 26”-11pt. (no trade strike on blade) Vg; Simonds Saw #72-26” sway back, G Sold For 40.00
  68. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Israel White, Phila. handled 1 ½” side bead molding, Vg; Dalliker (Montgomery Co.) parts; J.T. Jones, Phila. handled carriage maker’s rabbet  plane w/ chamfer edges, F-G; Bridge, Liverpool, skew blade rabbet/block, G+ Sold For 20.00
  69. 4 – Philadelphia, wooden molding planes, G+-Vg: John Bell: Grecian ogee, refinished; 1” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, Vg; W. Goldsmith, 1 5/8” skew rabbet, G+; Sheneman #733 Grecian ogee, missing part of filet strip Sold For 55.00
  70. 6 – Philadelphia, wooden side bead molding planes, G-Vg: D. Colton & B. Sheneman # 196; 2 – B. Sheneman #735; G. White 1”; John Veit, John Bell, AGT Sold For 60.00
  71. 4 – Philadelphia, wooden complex molding planes, G+-Vg: John Bell: 12/8” Grecian ovolo w/ bead; 8/8” Grecian ovolo w/ bead; 8/8” Grecian ogee w/ bevel; John Bell, 10/8” Grecian ogee w/ bevel Sold For 95.00
  72. 6 – Wooden side bead molding planes, F-Vg., makers include: I. Schauer; Benton; J.W. Massey; Butler; P. Chapin; rare, Souder & Summers, (missing iron & wedge) Sold For 55.00
  73. 5 – Wooden complex molding planes, G+-Vg: Sandusky 7/8” ogee; M. & A. Copeland 6/8” Grecian ogee; G, Beard 1 5/8” Grecian ogee w/ bevel; Burnham & Brothers, 1” Grecian ogee w/ bevel; Union Factory, Chapin, Quirk w/ bead Sold For 110.00
  74. John Bell, AGT, Phila. 3” handled panel raiser, restored Vg Sold For 55.00
  75. F. Dallicker (Montgomery Co. Pa.) 2 ½” handled panel raiser plane, restored w/ new parts Sold For 45.00
  76. 2 – S.H. Bibighaus, Phila. handled complex molding planes: 2” reverse ogee w/ square, G+; 2” ogee, Vg Sold For 95.00
  77. 2 – John Bell, Phila. handled complex molding planes: 2” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, G+; AGT 1 ¾” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, Vg Sold For 110.00
  78. 2 – Wooden handled complex molding planes: John Bell AGT, 1 ¾” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, Vg. (filler strip in bevel); Copeland 1 4/8” Grecian ovolo w/ bead, G Sold For 45.00
  79. 6 – Assorted Philadelphia wooden molding planes, various types & makers, (look at photo), makers include: Israel White; G. White; Pennell & Miller; J. Colton; Butler Sold For 55.00
  80. 5 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various types, G-Vg. Makers include: Ohio Tool; Probasco; Doscher; J.L. Hershey; R. Eastburn Sold For 85.00
  81. 5 – Wooden molding planes, G+-Vg: W. Raymond (Beverly, Mass.) ogee; Wilmore ½” belection; Union Factory, #603-1 ¼” Grecian ogee w/ bevel; Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens, center bead; Bensen & Crannell, 5/8” Roman ogee Sold For 95.00
  82. 8 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, G.-Vg. Makers include: Israel White; Henry White; H.L. James; Kneass & Co, Phila; S.H. Bibighaus, Phila.; Ohio Tool Co. Sold For 65.00
  83. 2 – Wooden levels: Stanley #1094-20” brass bound mahogany w/ V-strike, Vg; Winchester trademarked #9833-26” adjustable cherry wood level, G+ Sold For 40.00
  84. 3 – Measuring devices: Stanley R&L 30” cherry wood level w/ patent 9-1-1867, G; 2 – knock-down framing squares, F+-G Sold For 45.00
  85. Assembled set of 13- lathe knives w/ long turned handle (most walnut wood), several Buck Bros. Sold For 65.00
  86. 12 – Assorted lathe knives, some Buck Bros. (many late models) Sold For 35.00
  87. 3 – Measuring devices: Davis & Cook, Cook’s patent 30” wooden adjustable level, G-G+; 2 – Knock-down squares (1-Vg) Sold For 70.00
  88. 8pc. Assembled lathe knife set in homemade wooden tool chest, most Buck Bros., G+-Vg Sold For 35.00
  89. Double-struck carpenter’s adze w/ full square poll: maker G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, working in Lancaster, 1826-48) & re-struck by Scott (attributed to David or Thomas of Drumore area of Lancaster Co.). This adze has excellent form w/ 4 ¼” edge, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 90.00
  90. 18th century octagon poll adze w/ C.S. embossed strike & 3 – half moon punch strikes, G. (*Tannehill note- William Stough? Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  91. W. Dellinge (r?) (*possibly William H. Dellinger, registered as blacksmith, enlisted in 38th div, Indiana regiment, died at Andersonville Prison) elongated rectangular poll adze Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  92. Holland (Joseph or John, York Boro, early-mid 1800s) lopping axe w/ fan shape edge, upper & lower lugs, Vg. The strike is embossed w/ a backward N. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 160.00
  93. B. Steffey (attributed to Benjamin Steffey, Adamstown) upper bit posthole mortise axe w/ shallow eye & lower lug, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 180.00
  94. I. Ressler (attributed to Isaac Ressler, working in Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., circa 1850) full tapered square poll adze w/ 4” edge, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 110.00
  95. G. Mohr (attributed to George Mohr, Exeter Twp., Berks Co., pre-1830) 3” socket handle slick, w/ turned handle, G+. The strike is somewhat weak, but the slick is good for use. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  96. D. Lichty (attributed to Daniel Lichty, Reidenbach Store, Lancaster Co., then Reading City), 2” firmer chisel w/ long shank, socket handle & original hand shaved wood handle. The strike has 4 star strikes (a custom found in Berks County) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  97. 2 – Signed, carpenter’s adze, F.-G: Baever (?) (possible Beaver?) octagon poll & 4 ¼” edge; Reighter (*?) flared octagon poll & 4 ½” edge Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 45.00
  98. Dunlop & Madeira (Franklin Co. maker) upper bit mortise axe & extended flared plate, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  99. V. Hofman (Valentine Hoffman, circa 1859, Lancaster Boro) octagon poll carpenter’s adze, G. (chip on edge) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  100. 3 – Signed, reaping sickles: I*Christ (attributed to Jacob Christ, Berks Co., pre-1800); D-Christ (attributed to Kutztown area); A.P. Rea (*?) , all G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 75.00
  101. 3 – Signed, reaping sickles: 2 – S. Hamilton (*Tannehill note attributed to Lancaster Co.??); 3rd signed (?) Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 60.00
  102. 3 – Signed, reaping sickles: H-Long (embossed strike, attributed Henry Long, 1796, Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.), F; D-Christ (attributed to Kutztown area), Vg; I-Christ (attributed to Kutztown area), G Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 50.00
  103. Double struck, cleaver: maker D. Brayd (attributed to David Brady, Mt. Joy, circa 1824) & secondary struck :Hofman: (strike is consistent with the strike of A. Hoffman, Adam Hoffman, York Co..) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 70.00
  104. M. Valentine (*possible lineage connection to Caernarvon Twp. makers) double bit mortise axe w/ lg. upper tail. The eye is house braced in arch lower lug, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 190.00
  105. 3  - Signed, wrought iron edge tools heads: 1st  3” socket handle slick, signed J. Townsend (*?), missing handle & some surface pitting; 2nd double-signed odd shaped lopping axe w/ lower dominant broad 7” single edge, upper & lower lugs. It is made by I. (3 – pictish punch alchemy strike for iron??) S. strike (attributed by Tannehill to Hershey area. Possibly early strike of John B. father John??) & secondary strike by J.B. Stohler, F; 3rd double-signed felling axe w/ maker H.H. Mellinger (Henry H., Washington Manor//Boro) & second strike B. Morton (Benjamin, working 1864, New Danville, Lancaster Co.), F-G Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 30.00
  106. 3 – Signed, hand wrought cooper’s drawknives: B. Giger (*?) 6” stave belly shave w/ wooden handles, G+;2nd early embossed strike I. Snively (?) (possibly John Ulrick Snively/Snavely, 18th century immigrant to Pa..) right hand chamfer knife, G; I. (pictish alchemy punch strike for iron???)S (above noted) left handed chamfer knife Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 60.00
  107. 3 – Various signed hand wrought tools: 1st G.W. Lawrence (G.W. Lawrence, Irishtown, New Oxford area, Adams Co.) stone dresser’s bush hammer, Vg; 2nd. A. McGennes (*?) mechanics’ turn screw driver w/ owner brand H.W. Crise on handle, Vg; 3rd J. Philipy (*?) claw wrecking bar w/ wrapped hanger hook, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 10.00
  108. 2 – Signed, stop chamfer drawknives: 1st 8” by J. Moyer (attributed Jacob Jr., Brunswick Twp. Berks/Schuylkill Co.) w/ impressed strike, Vg.; 2nd by C. Yoder (attributed note- Lancaster Co. possibly Christian Yoder working in 1805, in Salisbury Twp.) w/ embossed strike Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  109. 2 – Dunlop & Madeira (Franklin Co. tool makers) drawknives: wheelwright’s 8 ¾” spoke shave, G+;  cooper’s 9” head shave, G-G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  110. 2 – Signed, carpenter’s full poll adze, P-F+: 1st C.B. Mower (*?- note-attributed Perry Co.) w/ tapered octagon poll; 2nd S. Bewer (*?) w/3 ½” edge (poll chipped) Sold For 50.00
  111. W. over D. Hagen (attributed to Davis, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co., over-strike attributed to his son William, possibly after his death. William continued the trade of axe making) wheelwright’s broad axe w/ longer than normal distance from eye to edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  112. 2 – Hand wrought cutting Whale blubber harvesting flensing knives:: 1st struck E.D. (*?) 11” heavy sickle shaped w/ round eye, G.; 2nd unsigned 19” whale blubber harvesting flensing knife w/ wedge shaped elongated arched shape(?) Sold For 80.00
  113. 2 – Signed, hand wrought drawknives: 1st 9 ¼” stop chamfer by A. Brown (*?), G+-Vg; I (pictish alchemy punch strike for iron???)S. (above noted)7” stop chamfer knife, G Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 25.00
  114. 3 – Signed, wrought iron tools: 1st  J.K. Schmid (*?) heavy blacksmith tongs w/ 17” handles, Vg; 2nd embossed initialed J. Pam ( *?) nail pincers, G; 3rd initialed H.H. nail pincers w/ ball tipped handles Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 20.00
  115. 3 – Stanley planes: Bailey #5 smooth bench jack, G+; #5 1/2-C bench jack w/ aluminum replacement handle, G; #110 block Vg Sold For 60.00
  116. 4 – Transitional bench planes: Stanley R&L: #122 block w/ Liberty Bell cap, Vg;  #22, restored; Ohio Tool Co. 8” block, restored (cracked).; Fulton Tool Co. 8” block, restored Sold For 50.00
  117. 7 – Assorted block planes, various makers & sizes, G+-Vg Sold For 40.00
  118. 5 – Assorted drilling devices: Fray’s #105A ratchet brace, Vg; Stanley #921-10” brace, G+; Yankee: North Bros. #31A spiral screwdriver, Vg; North Bros. #30A spiral screwdriver, Vg; Handyman #133H spiral screwdriver NIB Sold For 25.00
  119. 3 – Stanley rabbet planes: #192 improved w/ 1902-10 arch strike & embossed screw, G+-Vg; #191 improved w/ pat. 11-18-1884, strike on blade, G+; #78 rabbet/fillister w/ fence, G Sold For 55.00
  120. 2 – Modern, Stanley planes: #G12-220 block, E w/ original box; #SB-4 jack, G+- Sold For 25.00
  121. 3 – Various Stanley scrapers: #12 adjustable veneer scraper, missing parts, G; #82 adjustable angle scraper, G; “sweetheart” flip bottom box scraper, G Sold For 50.00
  122.  6 – Assorted plane/edge tools: unknown maker cast iron Jarvis shave, G; Stanley “sweetheart” #51 spoke shave, Vg; 4 – assorted block planes, F.-G. Sold For 35.00
  123. 11 – Assorted pocket/combination tools: 3 – assorted leather repair tools (2 – Stewart Mfg. w/ thread spool in handle), Vg.; Oehba, Germany, combination tool w/ claw hammer head, Vg; Millers Falls, #1 combination tool handle w/ tools, G+; 6 – L.G. tool handles, F-G Sold For 40.00
  124. 3 – Early iron handle braces, unsigned, G-G+ Sold For 40.00
  125. 6 – Measuring devices: simple 8 7/8” diameter wheel traveler w/ wheel mounted in hammer handle; wooden butt-hinge marking gauge w/ metal fence/plate & wooden stop screw, Vg; 4 – wooden marking gauges (1 – owner struck J. Musselman) Sold For 12.50
  126. 3 – Various metal bench planes: Union #5-C fore, Vg; Sargent #409 smooth jack, handle repaired, G+; Stanley Bailey #5 ¼ “junior” jack, refinished (pitting to sole) Sold For 50.00
  127. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #6-C fore, post WWII w/ rosewood handle & high knob, Vg; #4-C w/ V-strike, F+-G Sold For 55.00
  128. Tray lot assorted Stanley tools & parts: sole frame for A-5 jack & frog for #3 jack; #59 doweling jig, Vg; #36-6” iron level, Vg; #12-12” try square, Vg Sold For 55.00
  129. 3 – Edge tools: Stanley “sweetheart” #3 jack, rail ground near nose to remove chip, G+; Craftsman #3704 block plane, G+-Vg; Dunlap spoke shave w. open grip handles, Vg Sold For 25.00
  130. 4 – Planes: no-name 3 ½” block, Vg; Stanley improved rabbet planes: #192 G+; #191 w/ depth stop, G+; #190, G Sold For 50.00
  131. 3 – Jack planes: Stanley Bailey: “sweetheart” #4 smooth, F; “England” #5, G+-Vg; Sargent Hercules 9”, F+-G Sold For 45.00
  132. 5 – Measuring devices: Tidgewell & Co., Middletown, CT. 12” try square , G+-Vg; 7” combination rosewood & brass try square/level, G; K&E #6481-16oz. brass plumb bob, Vg; unknown maker, furnace/machine level, Vg; Stanley #346W-6ft. tape measure, Vg Sold For 35.00
  133. Tray lot assorted tools: unsigned combination tool set w/ canvas tool roll, G; WTC hand drill, missing bits, G+; Jackson Bros. Mfg. Co. Reading, Pa. crank handle; grafting froe/hoof knife (?) Sold For 35.00
  134. 2 –Planes: homemade wooden core box plane, complete but needs some glue, G+; Stanley #193 fiberboard plane, appears complete, Vg Sold For 95.00
  135. 2 – Wooden measuring devices: Stanley #0-18” cherry wood level, Vg; modern bench crafted wooden trammel point set w/ turned wooden point holders on curly maple rail, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  136. 4 – Various tool references: H.B. The Workbench a Complete Guide…, by Lon Schleining, 2004; H.B. Classic Tools, by Garrett Hack, 1999; S.B. How to Use & Care for Woodworking Tools, by Alan & Gill, Bridgewater, 1998; S.B. The Encyclopedia of Woodworking, by Mark Ramuz, 2001 Sold For 40.00
  137. 3 – Wooden planes: oak D-router, G+; 2 – carriage maker’s T-rabbet planes (1 – w/ brass sole plate, Vg) Sold For 55.00
  138. Tray lot drilling devices: Stanley #998-10” angle brace, G; Craftsman #9-4156 6pc. auger bit set we/ original box, G+-Vg Sold For 40.00
  139. Tray lot wooden bench planes & parts: 2 – E.W. Carpenter patent double-wedge plane by unknown makers: 16” plank fore, F-G; 8” block, refinished G; J. Colton, Phila. 17” handled skew rabbet, G+-Vg; W. Butcher, 3” bench plane iron, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  140. Match pr. Auburn Tool Co. screw arm panel tongue & groove planes, G- (ideal restoration project), groover missing original wedge Sold For 22.50
  141. 2 – Backsaws: W. Tyzack & Sons, #120-8” brass back dovetail saw, G+-Vg; G.H. Bishop & Co. 16” steel back mitre saw, F+-G Sold For 40.00
  142. 3 – Various saws: tree trimmers iron back saw w/ chisel cleaver on short handle; Disston #D-23-26”-5 ½ pt., Vg; Craftsman 26”, G Sold For 40.00
  143. 3 – #D-23, Disston & Sons handsaws, G-G+ Sold For 25.00
  144.  Henry Disston & Sons, #240 “For Metal Cutting” 18” handsaw w/ cherry wood handle, Vg (probably unused) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  145. Atkins & Co. 18”-10pt. flooring handsaw, owner initials on handle otherwise E. Sold For 55.00
  146. 2 – Handsaws w/ sheaths: Penn State, Pennsylvania Saw Corp., York, Pa.  #A4-20”-10pt. E.; “Great Neck” 20”-10pt., Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  147. 2 – Child’s bucksaws: Craftsman Tools (branded logo) 15” stained hickory frame w/ turn-buckle tension rod, Vg+; unsigned 12” hickory frame w/ wing-nut tension rod, Vg Sold For 35.00
  148. 20” Bow/turning saw w/ hickory frame, turned maple knobs & wing-nut tension rod, G+ Sold For 40.00
  149. 2 – Handsaws: Simonds Saw, 26”-9pt. sway back w/ wheat carved cherry handle, Vg; Disston & Sons #D8-28”-6 1/2pt. w/ finger hole handle, G+ Sold For 35.00
  150. 17” Four-frame “Betty” fellow saw w/ wooden thread tension screws. The rails are cherry wood w/ pine stretchers. The frame has been re-worked due to damage on bottom rail, but still an early 19th century form saw Sold For 20.00
  151. 15” Bow saw, struck R.T. Johnston (owner?). The saw has turned handle & turning knob, cotton tension line w/ wooden stop, Vg Sold For 35.00
  152. 2 – Open grip pattern maker’s type hand saws: 1st early signed (?) 10”-12pt. w/ fishtail open grip handle & brass split-nuts, Vg; late Disston & Sons 7 ½”-16pt., Vg Sold For 50.00
  153. 3 – Various handsaws: 10” tenon backsaw w/ turned maple handle, Vg; 4” metal cutting saw w/ 7” frame/throat & turned cherry wood handle, G+; homemade 6 ¾” oak frame stair builder’s saw, Vg Sold For 35.00
  154. 2 – Handsaws: Clark, 26 3/8”-10pt. w/ steel braced oak handle & “Frankenstein” lugs, G+; Disston & Sons #D7-18”-10pt. w/ sheath, Vg Sold For 55.00
  155. 22” Bow/turning saw w/ re-saw blade, simple frame & turned handles, G+ Sold For 25.00
  156. 2 – “Woodland” tools: Keen Kutter felling axe w/ replaced handle, G+-Vg; late 27” bucksaw w/ heavy hickory frame, red accent paint & turn-buckle tension rod, Vg Sold For 30.00
  157. 2 – Tools: early stair builder’s wooden back saw w/ open grip & high saddle grip, Vg; pump drill w/ brass fly-wheel & turned maple pump handle, Vg Sold For 55.00
  158. Stanley #993-10” angle brace Vg. Sold For 65.00
  159. 2 – Cooper’s tools: C.S. Little, New York, 11” X 2 ½” head shave, G+; 20” hand wrought “Flagging” iron w/ 6 ¼” u-spread, G+ Sold For 35.00
  160. Tray lot coopering tools: antique small steel banded grease keg w/ modern stave pattern; Arnold, New York, round adze, G+;  2 – 1 handle round scorps, large & small radius, G; 2 – wooden shaves , G+ Sold For 100.00
  161. 2 -  Cooper’s drawknives: 1st 6 ½” hollowing shave, G; 2nd L & I.J. White 9 ½” paring shave, Vg Sold For 35.00
  162. Signed (?) cooper’s bench axe w/ elongated off-set eye & 8 ¼” edge, G+-Vg Sold For 70.00
  163. D.R. Barton, Rochester, 6” right hand hollowing chamfer knife, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  164. 4 – Various cooper’s tools: round adze w/ odd 1” round socket eye, F-G; Wiley & Russell Mfg. 7” wheel traveler, G; “The Best” small spiral bit tap auger, Vg; factory made snail-tip tap reamer/auger, G Sold For 45.00
  165. 3 – Hand wrought cooper’s tools: 9” curved stave froe w/ round eye, G; 18th century canoe/gutter adze triangular socket eye, tight radius w/ arch side, swamp iron, G; embossed strike (Rush??? You be the expert on this strike) round adze w/ extended rectangular poll, G. Sold For 95.00
  166. Cooper’s T-stake anvil w/ flat T-top & square edged, Vg Sold For 80.00
  167. 2 - C. Silvius (Conrad, Lancaster City, 1857,) cooper’s tools: round adze w/ diamond socket eye, G+; left hand chamfer knife, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  168. 3 – Cooper’s tools: hand wrought 7” diameter wheel traveler w/ single brace strap, G; 4” one-handed box scraper w/ turned handle, Vg; unsigned 4 ¼” two-handled scorp, Vg Sold For 40.00
  169. Cooper’s 10” bench axe, marked Cast Steel, Vg.Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  170. 2 – Cooper’s wooden planes: J.Q.A.P. (3/8” letter strike) walnut & cherry chime bevel “Flincher” plane, Vg.; topping/”sun” plane w/ L. & I.J. White iron, G+ Sold For 70.00
  171. 2 – Cooper’s wooden planes: chiv round plane, Vg; wooden head float/shave, w/ metal tag “Renown Oil”. Wooden handle frame cracked, but has wedge & 4” iron, G Sold For 17.50
  172. 3 – Cooper’s wooden planes: unsigned topping/sun plane w/ W. Butcher iron, G; homemade oak croze plane w/ V-groove iron, Vg; homemade adjustable croze plane w/ hawk’s bill cutter. The plane has square adjustable shaft w/ wooden stop screw, G+-Vg Sold For 10.00
  173. 4 – Cooper’s tools: wedge stop adjustable croze cutter/gauge w/ small saw-tooth blade, Vg; make-do croze/cutter, F.; homemade walnut fixed saw blade croze w/ fence, Vg; oak ring-top hoop driver, Vg Sold For 10.00
  174. L. & I.J. White, Buffalo, NY. croze w/ hawk’s bill cutter, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  175. 2 – Cooper’s drawknives: L. & I.J. White, Buffalo 5” left hand chamfer knife, G-G+; Stanley R&L iron top/shave, G Sold For 50.00
  176. Rare, triple-struck hand wrought cooper’s bench axe: maker Brady (strike attributed to David Brady, working in Mt. Joy, circa 1824), secondary strike at re-edge by. C. Silvius (Conrad, working in Lancaster City, mid-1800s), 3rd strike un-recognized Anderc…(possible un-noted strike of three brothers named Antrican working in Caernarvon Twp. in 1818-1823, possible maker). The axe has a center mounted flat triangular eye & upper rim concave arched. G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 190.00
  177. Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Penna., 10” cleaver w/ steer strike, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  178. 2 – Axe heads: Dilworth & Branson & Co., broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, F+-G; embossed double-bit axe, signed “Cayuga” brand w/ Indian chief, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 130.00
  179. 2 – Large calipers: Starrett Co. 36” straight leg inside & outside, Vg; Lufkin 24” screw-adjustment outside, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  180. 2 – Broad axe heads: Brady (strike attributed to David Brady, Mt. Joy) 12” side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, iron separation on cheek of eye; J.A. Gilbert (*?) wheelwright’s side broad axe, some pitting & needs re-edged, F+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  181. 4 – Wooden complex molding planes: Ohio Tool Co. 7/8” reverse ogee, Vg; Parrish, Phila. quirk w/ bead, Vg; Burnham, 7/8” ovolo w/ bevel, G+; John Bell, Phila. 1 ½” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, replaced wedge, G Sold For 70.00
  182. *Restorer’s Lot: 4 – wooden plane that need help: E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, handle panel groover w/ adjustable sole fence, F+; I. Schauer, panel raiser, F+; pr. J. Young (unfound maker)wedge arm tongue & groove planes, F Sold For 35.00
  183. 8 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various cuts, G.-Vg: Edward Carter; J. Spuhler; Auburn Tool Co; C. Beck; 2 - M. Copeland; Kelly & Co; William Ward Sold For 60.00
  184. 6 – Pennsylvania wooden molding planes, various cuts, G-Vg: Parrish & Barry; John Veit; M. Long; F. Dalliker; Pennell & Miller; John Bell Sold For 50.00
  185. 8 – Assorted wooden joinery planes, various type, G.-Vg: R.A. Parrish; Fields & Hardie, Phila.; Philipson; Casey Clark & Co; Israel White; J. Chapin; H. Chapin; Ohio Tool Co.; G. Burnham Sold For 35.00
  186. 5 – Wooden molding planes: S. Cummins, 2-side bead plane w/ full boxing, high gloss finished; Eastburn Grecian ogee, G; John Bell AGT, coping plane w/ fence, Vg; Dilworth, Branson & Co., Phila. side bead, Vg; R.A. Parrish, Phila. center bead, G Sold For 35.00
  187. 2 – Wooden handled molding planes: Wm. Souder, Phila. 2” ovolo w/ bead, branded by 3 – different owners, missing iron; A.M. Cunnius (*?) adjustable hand rail plane w/ sole fence. The iron is Auburn Tool Co. & is skew mounted, G+ Sold For 45.00
  188. 2 – Wooden handled molding planes: John Bell, Phila. 1 ½” Grecian ogee, w/ boxwood fillet strips, G+-Vg; unsigned 2 1/8” pilaster edge molding plane, G+-Vg Sold For 35.00
  189. 3 – Wooden specialty molding planes: John Bell, Phila. screw arm sash molding plane w/ boxwoods threads & knobs, high gloss shellac; Kneass & Co., Phila. moving fillister plane w/ sole mounted fence & brass depth stop, Vg; J. Colton, screw arm sash molding, G. Sold For 45.00
  190. 8 – Assorted molding planes, various molding & makers, G-Vg. Makers include: G. Mundorf, Berlin (rare); Israel White; Eastburn; Union Factory; John E. Spayd, Phila. (very rare); E. Smith; F. Dalliker; Pennell & Miller, Phila. (rare) Sold For 85.00
  191. 5 – Various planes: Red Diamond, 8” steel jack w/ original box, Vg: 4 – Wooden: Field & Hardie, Phila. handled dado w/ brand P.R.R. Co. (railroad), Vg; Wallace, single flute, G; Sandusky Tool, 1” ogee, G; J.T. Jones, Eagle Factory, quarter round, missing adjusting rails, G Sold For 40.00
  192. 3 – Early Philadelphia handsaws: Henry Disston (serpentine strike) 26”-10pt. w/ split-nuts, G; McNie, Excelsior Saw Works, 21 ½”-4 ½ pt., G; W. Cresson, 28 ½”-4pt. G Sold For 55.00
  193. 3 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G+. Makers: “Blue Jacket”; Jackson Gorham #29 combination square/saw; T. Taylor, “Keystone Saw Works”  #0 Sold For 35.00
  194. 3 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G+. Makers: “Tip Top” w/ bird on twig graphics; Disston & Sons #16; Newark Saw Co. #102 Sold For 30.00
  195. 3 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, Vg. Makers: Atkins #3000 w/ retro-plastic grip; Disston #D-95; Disston & Sons #16 Sold For 35.00
  196. 4 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G+. Makers: Mound City, St. Louis; “The Sterling” combination square/saw; Keen Kutter; “Farmer’s Own” combination square/saw Sold For 22.50
  197. 4 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G+-Vg. Makers: Disston & Sons #D-95 w/ retro-resin handle; Stanley “Handyman” #1526; Craftsman; Disston & Sons #D-18 Sold For 30.00
  198. 4 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G. Makers: 2 - Jackson #00; Brown’s #3; (?) Sold For 45.00
  199. 3 – Early Disston & Sons, handsaws, G-G+: #7-26” w/ deep dish shielded eagle button; “New #9” 26” w/ rounded nose; #7-26” w/ balance in Keystone deep dish button Sold For 150.00
  200. 3 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, Vg. Makers: Atkins “Reliable” #58; Disston “1940 Special” w/ transportation graphics; Disston “Handy Hand Saw” Sold For 40.00
  201. 4 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G-Vg. Makers: Atkins “Reliable” #58; Disston & Sons: #D-111 w/ plastic resin handle; #D-95 w/ brown resin handle; #7 “Made for Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co.” Sold For 45.00
  202. 3 – Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G-G+. Makers: Excelsior Saw Works w/ steel braced handle; Economy Mfg. Co.; Henry Disston (arch strike) w. owner name carved into handle Sold For 65.00
  203. 3 – Philadelphia handsaws: Henry Disston (serpentine strike) 26” w/ shield in Keystone deep dish strike, G; “The Kenyon Saw”, G+; S.R. Kennedy & Co. 28 ½”, G+ Sold For 80.00
  204. 5 – Philadelphia Handsaws, various sizes & point count, G.-G+. Makers: Moore Bros.; 2 - W. Cresson; McNiece; McGowan & Miltmore Sold For 90.00
  205. 4 – Handsaws: Richardson 10” open grip tenon saw, F; keyhole open grip, P-F.; Barber & Genn (?) 14” mitre backsaw, G+; Winneran 12” backsaw, F-G. Sold For 40.00
  206. 2 – Drawknives: 8 ¼” signed embossed “F (pictish of running fox) R”, G+; R. Thompson (*attributed to Robert Lane Thompson, Washington, Pa., served in 12th Regiment Pennsylvania Infantry) 9 ¼” wheelwright’s spoke shake, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  207. Tray lot assorted tools: T-handled reamer, G; small hatchet head marked M-2; 2 – sm. turn screws; 12 – gimlets; Boker small reamer; etc Sold For 40.00
  208. 5 – Various hand wrought tools: marking/cruise hatchet, G; small jointers’ hammer; 3 – various claw hammers Sold For 22.50
  209. 4 – Various drawknives: Conger (*?) cooper’ hollow chamfer knife, G; Greaves: 9 ¼” stop chamfer, F+; 2 – wooden spoke shaves, F+-G Sold For 45.00
  210. Lg. tray lot assorted leatherworking tools: 2 – cobbler’s hammers; last pliers; punches; tack pullers; awls; edge molder; etc. Sold For 80.00
  211. 6 – Various keg taps (2 – brass) Sold For 22.50
  212. 14 – Measuring devices: 2 – joiner’s drift pins w/ ring top; 12 – assorted length compass/dividers, F-G+ Sold For 100.00
  213. 3 – Various drilling devices: iron brace w/ lever latch chuck & iron cup knurl, G; iron brace w/ wooden knurl, missing chuck screw, G; R. Bisbee, Kingston, 1 ¾” T-hand auger Sold For 7.50
  214. Tray lot 10 – assorted hand tools (most hand wrought), G: 5 – various nail pincers; small tinsmith bench mounted shears; bench stop; pr. of cast steel hand shears; & small hand vise Sold For 35.00
  215. 5 – Signed, socket handle firmer chisels, F-G (some repaired): S. Bishop (*?) w/ fleur-de-les strike; G. Williams (*?); 2 - W. Butcher; Hawkins Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 70.00
  216. Tray lot assorted tools, F.-G+: hand wrought full hatchet w/ long handle; 4 – winged dividers (2 – w/ decorative file-work accents; hand wrought double-outside caliper; Stanley outside caliper Sold For 65.00
  217. Tray lot tools & primitives: English boot hook w/ turned handle; wooden foot/shoe measure; 2-2ft. folding rules w/ arch joints; coach trimmers hammer w/ cross-peen; sliding-T bevel; homemade wooden bevel Sold For 25.00
  218. 5 – Tang handle socket mortise chisels, various sizes, G-G+, makers: J.E. Fisk; W. Reaks & Co; Ward; etc. Sold For 95.00
  219. 5 – Assorted wooden planes: Prescott, Lowell, skew rabbet, Vg; 18th century, rock oak horned smoother, F; 16” handled fore plane, F+; Taylor, Liverpool, moving fillister, G; Brown & Barnard, rabbet, F-G Sold For 7.50
  220. 8 – Assorted chisels: 5 – tang handle carving chisel, G.; A. Compton (*?) 2” socket handle slick, G+; 2 – socket handle firmer chisels, P & G Sold For 50.00
  221. 10pc. matched set of European molding planes, marked P.D.. the planes have chip carved nose & rounded top grips near the wedge, G-Vg Sold For 120.00
  222. 9 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various cuts & makers, F+-G+, makers include: J. Colton; Gabriel; Sims; etc Sold For 15.00
  223. 6pc. set of rosewood Bocce balls, mid-19th century w/ inlaid bone (?) accents Sold For 60.00
  224. 4 – Various planes: Record #722 finger tip router, G-G+; 2 – Stanley #50 combination bead molding planes, missing irons, G+; 3 ½” small block plane, G Sold For 65.00
  225. Tray lot assorted tools: 3 ½” X 5/8” shoulder rabbet, G+; 8pc. Boston plow plane irons, Vg; Stanley #64 iron spoke shave, G; wooden framed spoke shave, G Sold For 75.00
  226. 5 – Assorted socket handled firmer chisels: J. Beatty (attributed to John Beatty, 1830-1886) 1 3/8”, G+; P.S. & W. #1-1 ½”, Vg; Swan & Co. 2”, G+; 2 – unsigned, P. & G+ Sold For 120.00
  227. 8 – Assorted carving gouges, various makers & sizes, G+-Vg Sold For 55.00
  228. 8 – Assorted tang handle socket mortise chisels, various sizes, G-G+, makers: Robert Sorby; Ward; W. Butcher; etc. Sold For 140.00
  229. 2 – Stanley planes: #110 block w/ partial label on black cap, Vg; #113 adjustable circular F+-G Sold For 75.00
  230. 5 – Assorted socket handle firmer chisels, various sizes, F-G., makers: Merrill; 2 - Hart & Co.; etc Sold For 85.00
  231. Tray lot 13 - assorted butt & wood chisels, various makers & sizes, G+-Vg: 2 – Stanley #60 w/ neoprene handles; 2 – socket handle & 9 – tang handle Sold For 55.00
  232. 5  - Modern European molding planes: pr. table hollow & table round, Vg; 2 – E.C.E. round planes, Vg; E.C.E. tongue plane, as is Sold For 65.00
  233. 4 – Stanley planes: “sweetheart” #3 jack w/ smooth lever cap, small crack to handle, G+; post WWII, #3 jack, crack to handle, G; #39-3/4” dado, parts missing; #9 ½ block, G+ Sold For 70.00
  234. 3 – Project planes: Edwin Hahn, #3 jack plane, F. (parts); 2 – early #110 block planes w/ Victorian embossed cast caps, F. Sold For 140.00
  235. Stanley #55 combination molding plane w/ wooden tool box, parts missing, F+-G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  236. 3 – Various tools: signed (?) screw arm sash molding plane G+; Wheeler, 3/8” dado plane, multi-owner strikes on nose, Vg; 8” brass back dove tail saw w/ open grip handle & patent #119403 button/caps, G Sold For 50.00
  237. 4 – Various tools: Cheney, 16oz. round poll claw hammer w/ ball-bearing nail holder, F-G; W. Tyzack, 12” brass back mitre saw, F;  O.V.B. 14” steel backsaw, G+; Henry Disston & Sons, 12” steel back mitre saw, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  238. 6 – Assorted measuring devices: rosewood & brass mortise gauge, G; 12” combination level/square w/ rosewood & brass handle, F; 10” sliding-T bevel, G; Keen Kutter #660-2ft. folding rule, Vg; match pr. winding sticks, mahogany wood; Stanley Handyman #R900B framing square, Vg Sold For 65.00
  239. *Project lot: 5 – Assorted socket handle firmer chisels: unsigned corner chisel, G; N.S. Stevens (*?) 2” F.; P.S. & W. 2”, F+-G; R. Daw (*?) 2” F+-G; Buck Bros. 2”, F-G. Sold For 90.00
  240. 8 – Assorted firmer chisels: unsigned 2 ½” bevel top slick, G; 1” gouge, F; 6 – assorted socket handle, various sizes & makers, F-G. Sold For 75.00
  241.  3 – Reaping sickles by the Christ family attributed to Kutztown area. The sickles are all uniform in shape & have identical shape of handle. All show a consistency between generations of sickle making, G+: 1st marked I. Christ (*Tannehill attributed to Jacob.); 2nd marked D. Christ (attributed to Daniel Christ); 3rd marked S. Christ (believed to be Solomon Christ). *Note-According to Bill Phillips, the Christ family produced their sickles very close to his home on Golden Key Rd., New Tripoli area, outside Kutztown Pa. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 190.00
  242. 2 – Reaping sickles by the Long family Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.: 1st marked I. Long (attributed to John or Johann working in 1759, Drumore Twp.), F-G; 2nd marked H. Long (attributed to Henry Long, working 1796, Drumore Twp.), F-G. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 35.00
  243. 3 – Signed reaping sickles: 1st marked S. Christ (attributed to Solomon Christ, Kutztown area), Vg; 2nd marked H. Long (attributed to Henry Long, working 1796, Drumore Twp.), F-G; 3rd marked C/G. (?) Miller (*?), G. Sold For 130.00
  244. Double struck upper poll posthole mortise axe, Vg: 1st maker J. Eby (Tannehill attributed to John, working in Hempfield Twp. 1820, & Conestoga 1829. 1 of 4 smiths working in Lancaster Co. with J. in first name), & 2nd G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, working in Lancaster, 1826-48). The axe is well made w/ lower lug, heavy rounded shield on eye & 1 ½” thick butt guard. The axe is in excellent condition. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 260.00
  245. Double struck H. Schilt right hand “Goosewing” Axe (attributed by Tannehill w/ documentation to Henry Schilt, working in Alsace Twp. Berks Co, 1870 census record), G. The axe has the traditional Berks Co. form with long tapered socket & high sloped bevel on top edge of socket. The slot above the beard has a tombstone top form. The axe has 13 ¾” edge & matched socket length. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 2,150.00
  246. Tool decorated carpenter’s adze w/ full octagon poll. The tail of adze has four half-moon & five star punch strikes (Tannehill attributed half moon strike to Henry Conrad, working in 1859, New Danville) ex-Nauman collection Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  247. 2 – Signed adze: 1st marked :Hofman (attributed by strike comparison to Samuel Hoffman, working 1859, Lancaster City). This wheelwright’s heavy adze has deep pitting F; 2nd boy’s/small carpenter adze w/ full octagon poll, marked embossed F.F (*?) G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 55.00
  248. Signed Holtzaxe (Splitting Maul), marked M.K. Sheetz (*?) G+. This maul has heavy rounded lower lugs & heavy strike plate on butt of axe heads, G. ex-Beitler collection Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 190.00
  249. Signed, D. Brua, carpenter’s adze. (attributed to David Brua, Paradise/Strasburg Boro, mid-late 19th century) This adze has tapered square poll w/ notched clip under poll, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  250. Three tine wooden shaking fork, branded O.H. Leisey (attributed to Oliver H. Leisey, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., working 1900 census as shake fork maker). The fork is drawn & steam bent hickory, the center tine is damaged Sold For 5.00
  251. Three tine wooden shaking fork, branded O.H. Leisey (attributed to Oliver H. Leisey, East Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., working 1900 census as shake fork maker). The fork is drawn & steam bent hickory, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  252. Upper bit, posthole mortise axe, signed W. Dollinger (*attributed to William J., listed as carriage maker in Buffalo, NY. directory, 1863). This mortise axe has lower lug, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  253. Double-signed carpenter’s adze w/ tapered square poll,  The axe is signed by both C. Silvius (Conrad, Lancaster City, 1850); & signed Hoffman (attributed by strike comparison to Samuel Hoffman, working 1859, Lancaster City), G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  254. 2 - Signed, octagon poll carpenter’s adzes, G: 1st embossed strike (?) w/ 4 ¾” edge & long flat plate, G; 2nd marked I. (pictish alchemy punch strike for iron???) S. (Tannehill attributed to Hershey area), G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  255. Center bit posthole mortise axe, signed E. Dissinger (*attributed Edmund Dissinger (1856-1935), son of Jacob Dissinger a blacksmith located in Reistville, Lebanon Co.). The axe has flared center bit, heavy lower lug & rounded upper & lower shoulders, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  256. 2 – Carpenter’s adzes: 1st signed, Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm). The adze has flat poll form, G; Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 55.00
  257. 4 – H.B. reference books: Dictionary of American Tools, by Alvin Sellens. 1990, 545 pgs.; British Planemakers from 1700, by W.L. Goodman, 3rd edition; Early Tools of New Jersey and the Men Who Made Them, by Alexander Farnham; Search for Early New Jersey Tool Makers, by Alexander Farham Sold For 80.00
  258. 4 – Various tool references: Boxwood & Ivory Stanley Traditional Rules…, by Phillip Stanley; American Woodworking Tools, by Paul Kebabian; A Guide to the Makers of American Wooden Planes, by E. & M. Pollak; The Wooden Plane, it’s History, Form…, by John M. Whelan Sold For 60.00
  259. Tray lot assorted paperbound magazines & tool references: 16 – issues, The Tool Collector Magazine, published by John B. Kline, Reamstown, Pa.; Pennsylvania Pottery Tools and Processes from Bucks County Historical Society; Tools & Technologies, America’s Wooden Age, by Kebabian and Lipke, 1979 Sold For 45.00
  260. 2 – Branding irons: 1st cigar crate branding iron for Asa. Jones #100 9th District Pa.., (Fawn Grove, York Co.) The iron is oval pod shape w/ raised letters; 2nd small bar branding iron w/ hand wrought rattail topped handle. It is marked HVST (Harvest??) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  261. 3 – Edge tools: C. Hammond, Phila.: #1-8” cleaver, w/ turned maple handle, G; #1 shingling half hatchet, New-old stock, Vg; R. Boker, 9” drawknife, G+ Sold For 50.00
  262. 7 – Assorted chisels, various types, most hand wrought. Makers include: :DAKRO (*?); John Caspar Halbach (*?); unsigned Sold For 30.00
  263. B. Swily (Benjamin Swilly, Ephrata Twp. circa  1850, census record) cooper’s round adze w/ long replacement handle, G+ (ex-Beitler collection) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  264. 4 – Various wooden tools: 1st Carpenter’s joiner mallet w/ shaped oak head & hickory octagon handle, excellent patina, Vg; 2nd primitive firmer mallet w/ green painted mallet head that shows extensive use & simple shaved handle, G; 2 – shoe lasts (1 – signed, P. DeWees, No.31, Callowhill St., Phila., attributed to Phillip DeWees, pre-1778,) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 20.00
  265. 2 – Signed hand wrought framing squares: 1st  F. Perks (*?), G+; 2nd J. Hines (*possibly John Henry Hines, born Murfreesboro, NC. & worked in Windsor, Va., Post Civil War ), G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  266. Tray lot assorted wooden tools: 18th century form 2-part shoe last, G+; 3 – various joiner’s mallets, G-Vg Sold For 30.00
  267. 2 – Signed, carpenter’s adzes: 1st J. Powers (attributed to John Powers Sr. or Jr., Farmersville Station, New York. There is an earlier John working in 1805, in Boston, but the strike is a later type set) adze w/ tapered octagon poll, heavy pitting; 2nd narrow flat poll adze signed, P. Stife (*?), ex-Bill Leisey collection, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  268. 2 – Wooden sash molding planes, Vg: 1st. T. Waterman, Waldoboro (rare-very rare, circa 1790-1820) fixed cut w/ 2-irons; 2nd. J. & L. Denison, Saybrook, adjustable w/ brass diamond inlaid screw-plates & ivory filet strip Sold For 130.00
  269. 5 – Bead wooden molding planes, G-Vg, makers include: P. Chapin, Baltimore, center bead; Side beads: John Bell, Phila.; Union Factory, H. Chapin; Griffiths, Norwich; unsigned Sold For 55.00
  270. 4 – Wooden small smoothing planes: homemade oak 1 ½” X 8 ¾” round block, Vg; 5 ½” coffin block, owner strike (F. Andrews), Vg; Cooper’s chiv shave smoother block w/ turned knob, struck J.A. Corts, G+ (varnished); homemade European style smoother block w/ Stanley V-struck iron, Vg Sold For 45.00
  271. 2 – Stanley edge tools: #105 squirrel-tail block, Vg; #66 universal hand beader, G+ Sold For 50.00
  272. Stanley #79 two-way side rabbet plane, E. Sold For 55.00
  273. Machinist made brass cast copy of Stanley #71 router, casting is somewhat rough & handle turned oak knobs Sold For 35.00
  274. 3 – Various tools: Buck, London, brass back dovetail saw w/ fishtail open-grip handle, Vg; W/J/ wooden spoke shave w/ brass sole plate,  Vg; Stanley #83 scraper frame, parts missing Sold For 60.00
  275. 2 – Wooden braces: 1st chair-maker’s 10” “Sweep-stock” brace w/ heavy iron collar at chuck, G+; 2nd homemade brush maker’s brace w/ tapered spur tip bit set in brass collar. The frame has inlaid brass plates & knurl is nickel plated brass, Vg Sold For 35.00
  276. Shipwright’s wooden stock/belly brace w/ 3 – wooden pod housed bits. The sweep-stock brace has a spring latch keeper chuck & rosewood knurl, Vg Sold For 60.00
  277. 4 – Wooden dado molding planes, Vg: Greenfield Tool Co. ¾”; G. Pomeroy 7/8”; D,R. Barton, Rochester w/ wooden depth stop & stop screw; Union Factory, H. Chapin 7/8” Sold For 80.00
  278. 9 – Assorted hollow/round wooden molding planes, G+-Vg. Makers: J.C.W.; Sandusky; John Bell, AGT; Union Factory, H. Chapin; Marten Doscher Sold For 70.00
  279. 4 – Assorted wooden molding planes, Vg: William Way & Co., New York, groover; Union Factory, H. Chapin, 3/8” T&G; Auburn Tool Co. 7/8” quarter-round; altered skew rabbet plane, made into handled coach builder’s rabbet. Although not original, still a cool piece with nice look. Sold For 35.00
  280. 4 – Wooden complex molding planes: S.H. Bibighaus, Phila. Grecian ogee, Vg; A. Eyre, London, reverse ogee, T. Tileston, quirk ogee w/ astragal bead, Vg; John Bell, Phila. 12/8” ovolo w/ bead, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  281. 4 – Wooden side bead molding planes, G+-Vg. Makers: Auburn Tool; Union Factory, H. Chapin; B. Routledge; makers name over-struck Sold For 40.00
  282. 5 – European wooden molding planes, w/ carved noses & hand grip on top of rail, Vg. (various makers & types) Sold For 65.00
  283. 5 – Wooden rabbet molding planes: J.R. Tolman, carriage maker’s rabbet, G; 4 – skew rabbet:, G-Vg: J. Stamm, Mt. Joy; Field & Hardie, Phila.; D.R. Barton; John Bell, Phila. rabbet, G Sold For 40.00
  284. 2 – Wooden braces: 1st  brass braced brace w/ brass push-button chuck & rosewood knurl, G+; 2nd Bagshaw & Field, Phila., 8” stock brace w/ mahogany knurl & brass tapered socket chuck, G Sold For 100.00
  285. 3 – Various tools: brass back dovetail saw w/ open grip handle; Stanley #64 spoke shave, G; C.S. Osborne, Newark, NJ. rosewood & brass adjustable spoke shave w/ brass thumbscrew adjusting knobs, Vg Sold For 55.00
  286. 3 – Various small saws: 6” narrow brass back dovetail saw w/ turned handle, G+-Vg; walnut pad w/ combination knife/saw, G. The pad has a twist brass collar lock assembly; beech wood saw pad w/ keyhole saw blade, Vg Sold For 45.00
  287. Tray lot assorted small hand tools, antique & modern, Vg: Crown Tool 3 ½” mitre square; Stanley #64 ½ marking gauge; cobbler’s hammer; 2 – turn-screw drivers; 2 – multi-tool handles, etc. Sold For 20.00
  288. Box lot assorted tools: 3 – various scrapers; iron file handle; early Snap-on combination socket/driver; wooden pulley; etc. Sold For 45.00
  289. 4 – Drilling devices: Fray’s Co. right-angle ratchet brace, G+; Fulton, 2-speed breast drill, G; Stanley #741 breast drill, Vg; Fray & Rigg thumbscrew brace, F+ Sold For 55.00
  290. 7 – Assorted measuring devices: 2 – 12” cherry wood levels, G. (1- Keen Kutter); 16oz. steel point brass plumb bob, Vg; Lufkin “Universal” cloth tape, G; 3 – 2ft. four-fold wooden rules: Lufkin #751, Craftsman #162; & unsigned Sold For 35.00
  291. 2 – Keen Kutter edge tools: 2” socket handle slick/firmer chisel, Vg; #78 rabbet/fillister plane, Vg Sold For 80.00
  292. 4 – Various tools: Keen Kutter, camp hatchet, F+; 2 – wooden spoke shaves, F & G+; Gooden-Pratt Co. spiral screwdriver, G+ Sold For 30.00
  293. 6 – Assorted tools: Cheney #777 chisel/hammer, G+; Vaughan 8oz. claw, G+; Craftsman #38071-10oz. claw, Vg; Stanley “Yankee” #251A T-handle brace, Vg; 2 – hand vises, F+ Sold For 45.00
  294. 2 – E.C. Atkins handsaw: 26”-9pt. sway back, G; 26”-8pt, G+ Sold For 17.50
  295. 3 – Modern handsaws: Craftsman 26”-5 ½ pt., G+; Disston #D-23-26”-12pt., Vg; Nicholson 26”-11pt., Vg Sold For 5.00
  296. 3 – Handsaws, G+ (2 – Disston) Sold For 7.50
  297. 3 – Stanley 28” brass tipped wooden levels, F+-G+ (1 – laminate) Sold For 7.50
  298. 2 – Disston & Sons, pat. 10-29-1912, 24” cherry wood levels, G. & Vg Sold For 12.50
  299. 3 – Stanley wooden levels: #104-24”, G+; #00-20”, G; #0-30”, G Sold For 7.50
  300. 2 – Saws: 26” homemade bow saw w/ re-saw blade, chord tension & mortised brace, Vg; key-hole saw w/ fishtail open grip handle,  Vg Sold For 7.50
  301. Unsigned, wooden 38” panel marking gauge, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 15.00
  302. 20” Outside caliper, Vg Sold For 25.00
  303. 3 – Drilling devices: John Fray & Co. #112-12” brace, G+; Stanley “sweetheart” #741 breast drill, G; Stanley “sweetheart” #742 special, breast drill, G Sold For 50.00
  304. 2 – Early iron frame braces: 1st W. Engels, 8” brass ball brace w/ spring operated push-button chuck & rosewood knurl, G+; 2nd Thauerer, 10” slide-jaw chuck brace w/ rosewood on brass socket knurl, G Sold For 50.00
  305. 2 – Wooden 8” sweep-stock braces w/ brass chucks: 1st unsigned w/ push-button chuck & rosewood knurl, G+; 2nd Bloomer & Phillips, register #1229 brass lever/latch chuck w/ brass inlay plate braces & brass socket w/ rosewood knurl, G+ Sold For 80.00
  306. 2 – Braces: Brown & Flathers, 9” lever latch iron brace w/ high grip knurl, G; wooden 8” sweep-stock brace w/ brass push button chuck & rosewood knurl, G+ Sold For 40.00
  307. 4 – Ratchet braces, G+-Vg: Stanley: #813G-10; #945A-10”; HMO Tools, 10”; Sargent 10” Sold For 40.00
  308. 2 – Tools: AAW&S Co. spoke pointer, Vg; unknown maker, hand cranked bench-mounted dowel tenon cutter machine, some parts missing Sold For 55.00
  309. 3 – Various iron frame braces: 1st A.W. Streeter, patent 1-8-1867, 11” brace w/ twist socket-jaw chuck, rosewood on brass socket knurl, G+; 2nd unknown maker 9” brace w/ wedge stop chuck & iron cap knurl, G; 3rd unknown maker w/ spiral turn chuck, F Sold For 35.00
  310. 3 – Various ratchet braces, G+-Vg: no-name 10” w/ cherry handle & knurl; Stanley “Defiance” 10”; Bell Systems “Yankee” #2101A-10” Sold For 80.00
  311. 5 – Assorted tools: early fishtail open-grip keyhole saw, F; Jennings Patent 8” folding handle drawknife, G; Millers Fall #2-11” throat fret saw, no blade, Vg; Slater’s 8” sweep-stock wooden brace w/ brass push-button chuck, G; Goodell-Pratt Tool Co. spiral-pump drill w/ interchangeable bits in handle, Vg Sold For 50.00
  312. 2 – Drawknives: Wilkinson, Boston, 8” w/ folding handles, G+-Vg; circular spoke shave w/ patent 2-19-1884, Vg Sold For 80.00
  313. 2 – Iron bench planes: Meriden Malleable Iron Co. patent 2-10 & 3-10-1885 on iron block plane w/ adjustable throat & brass adj. knob patent dated 5-16-1882, Vg; & Consolidated Tool Works 9” jack, “Ugly”, but solid user plane, G. This is a “Beauty & Beast” lot Sold For 60.00
  314. 3 – Metal planes: Stanley Bailey #3 smooth jack, post WWII, Vg; Millers Falls #8 smooth jack, Vg; no-name #104 small block, G+ Sold For 75.00
  315. 5 – Assorted tools: 4 – Adjustable wrenches: Detroit-Windsor, Universal nut wrench, G; 5” Wakefield Cecle Wrench, Vg; B&C – 6” & 8”, both Vg; 5th S. Kinney, patent 6-17-1891 three-jaw chuck tool holder, G Sold For 50.00
  316. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey #3 smooth jack w/ V-strike, refinished Vg; Union #6 fore plane w/ rosewood handle & knob, refinished Vg Sold For 55.00
  317. 5 – Various Ratchet braces: Pexto #5010, G; Stanley #921-12”, G+-; Stanley #02-945A-10”, Vg; Jones 8” G-G+ Sold For 35.00
  318. 4 – Tools: Rusby Patent breast/hand drill w/ adjustable crank handle, G+-Vg; 3 – spiral screwdrivers: Goodell Brothers, G; Millers Falls #62A, Vg; “Yankee” #131A, G+ Sold For 75.00
  319. 2 – Backsaws: A. Mathieson, Glasgow, 10” brass back w/ fishtail open grip handle, holes in blade to mount fence, G; Beardshaw & Son, 13” steel back, refinished G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  320. Homemade wooden frame 11” hack saw w/ panel saw handle. Wooden frame has wire stretcher assembly Sold For 25.00
  321. W. Tyzack & Son, 12” steel back mitre saw w/ “Nonpareil” elephant strike & button, & “made for Specially for Wilson & Briggs, Brighouse”, G+ Sold For 40.00
  322. 3 – Wooden horned block planes: 1st Austrian 8 ¼” w/ “Cherry Works” 1858 scraper pitch iron; 2nd Austrian, mahogany 8 ½” carriage maker’s circular rabbet w/ Buck Brothers iron, Vg; German, 1 3/8” round smoother, Vg Sold For 40.00
  323. 4 – Various wooden molding planes: hardwood (rosewood???) chamfer plane w/ adjustable sole box depth gauge, marked J.E.R., Vg; 4 ¼” bullnose block, G+; Union Factory, Chapin, 6 1/2” coffin block, Vg; R. Harron, New York, carriage maker’s rabbet plane, Vg Sold For 70.00
  324. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: Disston & Sons #5-12” wooden level, G; rosewood & brass marking gauge, missing stop plate from head, F+; homemade maple/birch two-arm marking gauge w/ wooden stop screw, G+; Stanley” #61-2ft. wooden folding rule, G; “Four-square” 7” mitre square, Vg Sold For 40.00
  325. 3 – Various measuring devices: Hardwood rod & round marking gauge w/ pat. 1-14-1873, Vg.; unmarked Stanley boxwood marking gauge w/ improved fence plate, Vg; Disston & Sons sliding-T bevel w/ rosewood & brass handle, Vg Sold For 65.00
  326. Tray lot assorted tools: Proto #370 hand drill w/adjustable angle on handles, Vg; Rispin, cobbler’s round hammer, saw setting tools; bone marrow scoop; etc. Sold For 40.00
  327. 4 – Wooden planes: S. Rowell, Albany, wedge arm plow plane w/ wooden depth stop & stop screw, Vg; William Ward, 5/8” handled dado plane, Vg; unknown maker ¾” skew rabbet, refinished Vg; Kellogg, 7/8” handled panel groover, F+-G Sold For 30.00
  328. Walnut handled screw arm plow plane, unknown maker, owner marked C.W. Kreidler, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  329. 3 – Cherry wood levels: C-S. Co., 26” w/ nickel plated cap, Vg; Stanley #3-19 ½” w/ V-strike, G; Stanley R&L #8-28 ¼”, F-F+ Sold For 7.50
  330. 3 – Various ratchet braces: Millers Falls #1662-10”, G-G+; Stanley #923-6” G+; P.S. & W. 12” w/ toggle switch latches, G-G+ Sold For 20.00
  331. 4 – Modern ratchet braces, Vg: Dunlap 10”; Stanley “Defiance” 10”; Craftsman “Professional” 10”; Millers Falls #731B-12” Sold For 12.50
  332. 2 – Hand wrought drilling devices: 1st crank handle raft auger w/ 2” twist bit, G; 2nd posthole dirt hollow auger, F Sold For 25.00
  333. 3 – Modern handsaws: Atkins “Reliable” #59-26”-5 ½ pt, Vg; Disston #D-8-22”-10pt; G+; Craftsman 26”, G+ Sold For 25.00
  334. 3 – Handsaws: Patterson Bros. 22”-9pt., Vg; Jennings 26”-5pt., G+; Keystone Saw Co. 26 ¼”-5 ½ pt., refinished, Vg Sold For 20.00
  335. 3 – Handsaws: J.B. Shannon Hardware Co. “Our Special” 26”-8pt.; A-in shield, Sheffield, 24”-8pt., refinished; no-name 21 ½”-10pt, refinished Sold For 20.00
  336. 4 – Handsaws: Ajax Saws 26”-7pt. swayback, refinished, Vg; Diamond Edge 25 ½”-6pt. G+; 2- others, G Sold For 17.50
  337. 3 – Disston handsaws: Disston & Bros. 12” bone saw, G; #D-8-26”-7pt. refinished; 26 ½” 11pt., refinished Sold For 30.00
  338. W. Beatty & Son #3 (circa 1836-1850 trademark) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lug Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  339. Rare form, H.H. Stricker (Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co. & Vinemont, Berks Co.), broad blocking axe upper & lower lug. The axe has a flared extended butt, straight handle, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 150.00
  340. C. Hammond, Phila. side broad axe w/ off-set handle. The axe has upper & lower lugs & chamfered upper shoulders, pitted G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  341. Unsigned lg. Kent style broad axe w/ 9”knife edge, 5 ½” from edge to socket, upper & lower lugs, & short handle, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  342. 3 – Hatchets: embossed Keen Kutter, broad lopping hatchet, Vg; C. Hammond, Phila. full shingling hatchet w/ octagon poll, F; Collins, broad lopping  hatchet, G+ Sold For 70.00
  343. Wm. Brady & Son (unusual small strike, used on tobacco spears) center bit posthole mortise axe, Vg. The axe has dbl. strike w/ uncommon used small strike above Brady & Son, strike Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  344. 2 – Hand wrought hatchets: dbl. struck - G.W. Wagner (*George, listed in 1863, Philadelphia directory as blacksmith in Civil War muster from Clinton Co, from 1840-1860,) small hatchet w/ large letter strike & arch lower lug, G+; unusual raw “Damascus” weld small cruise hatchet, unfinished surfaces to cheeks, has arch lower lug & modern handle, unknown era & origin Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  345. 4 – Firmer chisels: rare form, Wm. Brady (Lancaster City or Mt. Joy) socket handle corner chisel, Vg; G. J. Romer (*possibly Roemer/Reimer???) 1 ¾” socket handle, G; Ohio Tool Co. ¾” bevel top paring chisel, G+; J.H. Witherby 1 ¼” socket handle, needs TLC to edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 75.00
  346. J.B. Stohler (John Beamesdorfer, circa 1860-80, Scheafferstown) X-branded felling axe w/ deep strike & lower lug, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  347. 2 – Angle braces: Millers Falls, pat. 6-8&29-1897, hand crank model w/ shielded U-joint, G+; Millers Falls #502, Vg Sold For 75.00
  348. 4 – Starrett machinist tools/sets: #120A-6” dial caliper, NIB; Jeweler’s screwdriver set, NIB; #S162 pin vise set; etc Sold For 110.00
  349. Tray lot assorted precision measuring devices: Brown & Sharpe, digital caliper, NIB; Dodge Master Mechanic award micrometer, NIB; Slocomb 0-1” micrometer, NIB; Starrett 0-3” depth micrometer, Vg Sold For 50.00
  350. Greenlee, 10” drawknife w/ folding safety handles, New-old-Stock in box (minor rust on metal) Sold For 70.00
  351. Tray lot assorted modern/new tools: Starrett #120M dial micrometer, NIB; 2 – Starrett metal  rule (1-new); rosewood & brass mortise gauge w/ full brass face plate, Vg; etc. Sold For 50.00
  352. Tray lot assorted tools & references: X-Acto tool set w/ original wooden tool box, Vg; hand wrought socket handle splitting wedge w/ ring top wooden plug, Vg; homemade wooden bevel, G; 2 – references: Tools and Technologies: America’s Wood Age, Tools & Trades of America’s Past Sold For 50.00
  353. Stanley #3-28 ¼” brass tipped cherry wood level, Vg+ Sold For 35.00
  354. Davis & Cook, Cook’s Patent #4-30” adjustable wooden level, Vg Sold For 40.00
  355. Homemade wooden level. Mahogany slide-lid box style level that has inset brass adjustable bench level. The mahogany blank is 2”X3”X24” & has 10” slide lid, Vg Sold For 10.00
  356. 2 – Stanley wooden levels: #3-30 ¼” cherry brass tipped level, branded G.W. Allen, Vg; #1193-18” mahogany bass framed mahogany level, 1- vial damaged Sold For 17.50
  357. Stanley R&L #33-28” transitional jointer w/ Eagle strike, & owner strike of A.R. Garber, G+-Vg Sold For 15.00
  358. 2 – Signed felling axes: Biddle Hardware Co. “William Penn” non-embossed model, G+; J.B. Stohler (John B., working in Scheafferstown, Pa. mid-1800’s), X-brand w/ arch lower lug, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  359. 2 – Socket handle chisels: Thomas Wale (*?) 3 ½” slick, pitted surface & incorrect handle, needs TLC; & Douglass Mfg. Co. 1 ¼” w/ slick chisel handle, G+ Sold For 90.00
  360. 2 – Edge tools: 12” Froe w/ turned maple handle, New; unsigned 7 ¾” cleaver, G+ Sold For 65.00
  361. German-Norwegian left handed “goosewing” axe w/ embossed round (Syrafast) strike of illegible maker, that has. The axe has a triangular tapered socket eye, raised chip-deflector weld & extended butt, 13” edge, Vg. Sold For 170.00
  362. Continental flared lopping hatchet w/ multiple star & thumbnail strike. The hatchet has triangular eye & weld at edge of socket/eye, G+ Sold For 40.00
  363. G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, working in Lancaster, 1826-48) splitting axe w/ arch lower lug & extended butt-plate, G. (possible second strike on opposite cheek Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 40.00
  364. Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm) side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, socket centered & rocker points on edge, 12 ½” edge, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  365. 3 – Various tools: J.H. Sharp. (*?) corn chopping sickle, Vg; knife handle key-hole saw w/ brass plated collar, F+; Disston & Sons, open grip compass saw w/ serpentine strike, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 5.00
  366. 4 – Various handsaws: Disston “Great American Special”26”, G+; Disston & Sons “American Boy” 20”, G; 2 – Disston & Sons 26”-7pt. panel saws, G+ Sold For 22.50
  367. 3 – Various Disston & Sons hand saws, G+-Vg Sold For 30.00
  368. 3 – Various handsaws: Reliable 20 ½”-10pt., G+; 26”-12pt, G+; Keystone 26”-9pt., G+ Sold For 15.00
  369. 3 – Handsaws: Quaker City Saw Co. “Vulcan” #655-26”-8pt., Vg; I. Lancaster 28”-4pt. w/ brass split-nuts, Vg; unknown maker, 24”-8pt., G Sold For 7.50
  370. Tray lot assorted early auger bits: 7pc. snell bit auger set, G+; 24 – assorted center spur bits, by various makers, G-Vg Sold For 120.00
  371. 8 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various makers & cuts (some missing irons). *note- look for yourself Sold For 60.00
  372. 8 – Various wooden bead molding planes, G-Vg. Makers include: Copeland; C.R. Wells; Appleton; Mutter; Cummings; etc. Sold For 55.00
  373. 9 – Assorted wooden molding planes, G-Vg, by various makers: 4 – dado; John Green match T&G plane set; skew rabbet; 2 – grooving planes *note- look for yourself Sold For 55.00
  374. 6 – Various wooden molding planes, G-Vg, various makers: John Moseley & Son, moving fillister; 2 – handled panel tongue; 2 – skew rabbet; Buffalo Tool Co. block *note- look for yourself Sold For 40.00
  375. 6 – Wooden molding planes, by various makers, G-Vg: Roxton Pond, two-iron sash molding; unsigned mullion coping; 3 – fenced coping planes; single blade sash molding *note- look for yourself Sold For 100.00
  376. 10 – Assorted wooden quarter round molding planes by various makers, G-G+. Makers: Appleton; Spear & Wood; Belcher Bros.; etc. Sold For 65.00
  377. 7 – Assorted wooden bead molding planes, various makers, G-Vg *note- look for yourself Sold For 45.00
  378. 4 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned ogee, Vg; Moore, Liverpool, altered cut; Copeland, complex, G+; unsigned complex gothic bead, G+ Sold For 20.00
  379. 4 – Wooden molding planes: W. Parkes , Birmingham, reed molding, Vg; unsigned ogee, G+; unsigned complex, repaired wedge plate; Stothert, Bath, quirk w/ astragal bead, missing wedge Sold For 65.00
  380. Marsh Mfg. Co., pat. 10-17-1893 adjustable handle bracket, F+G; one hand small scorp, Vg; 2 – Stanley “Yankee” spiral screwdrivers: #131B, Vg; #131A, G Sold For 40.00
  381. John Veit, Phila, 1873, cooper’s wooden stave jointer w/ modern A-stand. The plane is 57 ½” long, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 130.00
  382. C. Engle, NY., cooper’s wooden stave jointer, 48” (no stand), G+ Sold For 45.00
  383. Disston, 4ft. ice saw w/ cast iron T-handle, Vg Sold For 100.00
  384. Fuller & Johnson, 2 H.P. gas hit & miss engine on modern oak frame cart w/ 2 iron wheels, Cart has brass tag “Harry M. Smith, New Hartford, CT. 1989”. The engine appears to be in excellent condition, but no guarantee from Horst Auction Center on running condition Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 525.00
  385. Lg. dovetailed carpenter’s tool chest w/ raised panel lid. The chest is made of yellow pine, & fir raised panel, skirt & trim boards. The interior has 4 – levels of split sliding drawers & deep storage base. 39” X 21” X 23”, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 160.00
  386. 2 – Disston & Sons handsaws: pat. Nov. 2, 1909, 18” removable handle, marked “Ordinance Dept., U.S.A.”, Vg; #D7-18” w/ nib, marked “Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co.”, G+-Vg Sold For 50.00
  387. 2 – Disston & Sons #12-26” handsaws w/ carved handles & nibs on back, Vg: 12pt.; 8pt. Sold For 75.00
  388. Keystone #K-4 “Air Master” 20”, New-old-Stock in original wax coated wrapping paper. The hand saw has the “Flying Fortress” graphics Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  389. 2 – Small handsaws: “K” trademark “The Imp” 18”-8pt, G+; “The Boss” 20”-9pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G-G+ Sold For 40.00
  390. 2 – Handsaws: Pa. Saw Corp., York, “Royal Crown” w/ Eagle graphics, 26”-5pt., Vg; Disston & Sons, #D8-24”-5 ½ pt. G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 15.00
  391. 2 – Mitre box handsaws: 1st Disston & Son, Langdon Mitre Box Co. 23”, Vg; Stanley by E.C. Atkins & Co. 24 ¼”, Vg+ Sold For 45.00
  392. Signed (?) 26” iron handled ice saw, G+ Sold For 45.00
  393. Disston & Sons #D8-28”-8pt. handsaw, owner name struck in handle otherwise Vg Sold For 40.00
  394. Horton, S. Lewis St., NY. cooper’s bench axe w/ 10 ¼” edge & off-set handle, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  395. C.M. Taylor (*?) side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, & 10 ¼” edge, replaced handle, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 40.00
  396. Collins Tools, Liberty Ship fireman’s axe w/ original sticker on red painted handle & stenciled Joseph Murgas (named for noted Wilkes-Barre, priest, #2881, commission 9-1-1944, scrapped 1972,) in black paint over red paint, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  397. Odd felling axe marked “Ordered by D.K. Fitler, 1869”. The axe has lower lug & steel plate on butt of axe, unknown maker, G+. The form of the axe has traditional Berks Co. traits, possible from Lucian Stoudt, Seidel, or other makers of that region. Sold For 50.00
  398. 2 – Mann Edge Tool Co. double-bit felling axes: 1st “Knot Klipper” w/ original hickory handle, Vg; 2nd #32 “Knot Klipper”, F. (edges w/ extensive chips) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 40.00
  399. 2 – Axes: 1st Liberty Ship fireman’s axe, red painted w/ stencil Greenville M. Dodge (named for Civil War Union General, #522, commissioned 1-5-1943, scrapped 1974), edge very poor; 2nd Spiller, Oakland, Maine, felling axe w/ lower lug, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  400. Warren Axe & Tool, Warren, Pa., fireman’s axe w/ red painted handle, Vg Sold For 60.00
  401. J. Boyer (attributed to Jacob Boyer, Pikeland Twp., Chester Co., working 1828) broad squaring axe. The axe has lower center eye w/ high flared butt, upper & lower high peek lugs, & arch shoulder. Poorly applied hardened edge, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  402. 2 – Edge tools: 1st J.B. Stohler X-branded (above noted) felling axe w/ lower lug, mushrooming ground on butt & wire wheel cleaned, G; unsigned X-branded center-bit posthole mortise axe, pitted (common Brady form) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  403. Fine, 18th century Pa. German “Goosewing” axe w/ double embossed strike of J-cross-R. (un-attributed 18th century strike). This left hand “Goosewing” appears to be an American form w/ bent off-set & tapered socket, chamfered top of socket, an added block to butt & raised weld chip guard. The edge is 13 ½” long w/ a fairly straight edge Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 350.00
  404. Stassel (??) wooden bung driving mallet w/ hickory spring board handle & dovetailed rectangular head, G+ Sold For 35.00
  405. 4 – Various tools: 3 – drawknife/shaves: C.E. Jennings 4” “Gent’s” shave w/ ball grip handles, Vg; Stanley: #151 adjustable spoke, Vg; & #51 spoke, Vg; Stanley “sweetheart” 7” combination square, G+ Sold For 80.00
  406. 2 – Backsaws: Jackson 8” dovetail w/ steel back & open grip handle, G+; Tyzack, Sons & Turner, #120-8” brass back, G+ Sold For 60.00
  407. 4 – Various metal planes: Stanley: 2 - Bailey #4 smooth jack, G&G+; #110 block, G; R&L #130 dbl.-end block, G+ Sold For 50.00
  408. 4 – Edge tools: Red Diamond, 8” straight back drawknife, G; T.R. Barnet, Phila. 8” drawknife, G; Sheffield, wooden spoke shave, 3” edge, G+; Stanley #190 improved rabbet frame, missing parts, G Sold For 30.00
  409. 5 – Various metal block planes: Stanley: #18 block w/ knuckle- joint cap, G-G+; #130 dbl.-end, G; #9 ¼, G; #110, G; #120, G Sold For 30.00
  410. 5 – Various Stanley spoke shaves, G: #s: 2-51; 52; 53; 64 Sold For 35.00
  411. 7 – Assorted measuring devices: 3 – Stanley wooden folding rules: 2 - #36 ½ -12” (L&R), caliper, G; #27-2ft. Vg; 4 – various plumb bobs, G-Vg Sold For 35.00
  412. 6 – Assorted measuring devices: 3 – Stanley wooden folding rules: #36-12” caliper, G+; #136 ½-6” caliper, Vg; #62-2ft. brass bound, Vg; 4 – various brass plumb bobs Sold For 35.00
  413. Tray lot assorted measuring devices, G.-Vg (see picture) Sold For 35.00
  414. 9 – Assorted screwdrivers, G.: 8-spiral; C.H. Co., turn-screw Sold For 22.50
  415. 5 – Various metal planes: Stanley Bailey #3 –C, cracked handle, G+; Handyman #H1204, Vg; Victor #1103, G+; Defiance 6 ½” block, G+; Dunlop 7” block, Vg Sold For 20.00
  416. 6 – Assorted hand drills, G-Vg: #370 Proto; Craftsman; etc. Sold For 35.00
  417. Tray lot assorted tools: German ball brace, F+; wooden brace w/ brass push-button chuck, G; 2 – spiral screwdrivers: Stanley “Yankee” #130A w/ extra tips, Vg; Millers Fall #62, G; Stanley #10(?)-10” rosewood level, F Sold For 50.00
  418. 12 – Assorted plumb bobs, various sizes, iron & steel, G-Vg Sold For 65.00
  419. Tray lot wooden measuring devices: 4 – various marking gauges (one w/ 2 – extra heads); 3 – Stanley wooden rules: #136 ½-6” caliper, G; #68-2ft, F; #84-2ft, F Sold For 20.00
  420. 7 – Assorted plumb bobs: 2 – brass; 1 – salvaged military projectile; well casing brass cylinder; 2 – steel; 1 – iron Sold For 45.00
  421. Box lot Stanley related items & tools: #116 mitre box w/ original box, Vg (box F); Handyman #H1294-18” wooden level, G+; assorted literature: #95 plan set; 2 – 1978, 6-plan sets; 1942, square guide; slide-rule user guide Sold For 5.00
  422. Stanley #55 combination molding plane in original slide over box, Vg Sold For 375.00
  423. Unsigned, 30” wooden plank style jointer w/ Baldwin Tools iron, center assembly line, Vg Sold For 17.50
  424. Brass & iron “blow-torch” style branding iron w/ C. Formichella on iron Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  425. 4 – Various wooden planes: Ohio Tool 16” fore plane altered to scrub plane, G+; Geo. Burnham Jr., 1 ½” ovolo w/ bevel molding, Vg; Howland & Co, block, G; unsigned circular/compass block, P (lg. crack at throat) Sold For 45.00
  426. 4 – Metal block planes: Stanley: #140 rabbet/block, machinist made rail, G+; #110 w/ chrome cap, Vg; #9 ½, G+; Union #110, F Sold For 60.00
  427. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4-C jack, post WWII, refinished Vg; “sweetheart” #5-C jack w/ rosewood, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  428. 3 – Various tools: 8” dia. wheel traveler, G+; Cheney 16oz. claw w/ pat. nail holder, Vg; Stanley #77 rosewood mortise gauge, Vg Sold For 50.00
  429. Tray lot 10- chisels: 6pc. Assembled graduated set of firmer gouge chisels (4 – Greenly); 4pc. assembled graduated set of Stanley wood chisels (various handles) Sold For 150.00
  430. 2 – Wooden complex handled molding planes: unsigned, 2 ½” reverse ogee, Vg; Auburn Tool 2” reverse ogee, Vg Sold For 40.00
  431. Greenfield Tool Co. #523 screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood knobs & keepers, G+-Vg. & 4 – extra plow iron (unknown maker) Sold For 20.00
  432. 2 – Wooden screw arm plow planes: Taber Plane Co., New Bedford, Mass. w/ maple threads & knobs, refinished but threads stripped, G; Atkinson, Baltimore, partially refinished, G Sold For 60.00
  433. Stanley #239 special dado plane, complete w/ fence, Vg Sold For 70.00
  434. 2 – Handsaws w/ transportation graphics: Keystone K-4 “Air Master” w/ flying fortress graphics, Vg; Disston “Nineteen-Forty Special” w/ plane, train & automobile, G-G+ Sold For 7.50
  435. 2 – Tools: Stanley #0-18” cherry wood level, Vg; Atkins #2000 26”-5 ½ pt. handsaws, G+ Sold For 5.00
  436. Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – German ball braces: P.L. Schmidt, Vg; Breckenbach, G; Disston & Keystone Tool Works #5-14” cherry wood level, G+; Stanley #45 combination plane frame, P Sold For 10.00
  437. 2 – Millers Falls tools w/ original Boxes: #900 bench jack plane, NIB; #2500C hand drill, Vg Sold For 60.00
  438. 2 – Wooden screw arm plow planes: Greenfield Tool Co. w/ boxwood threads & knobs, G+; Auburn Tool Co. handled, owner marked J.P. Quigley, replaced wedge, G+ Sold For 45.00
  439. 2 – Millers Falls planes: #700 block, NIB; 8 ¾” bench jack, G+ Sold For 40.00
  440. Tray lot Stanley related: #45 combination molding plane w/ floral cast frame, no blades, G+; assorted vintage trade literature & user guides Sold For 50.00
  441. Tray lot vintage & reproduced trade literature: Disston, 1928, two-side broadside; 2 – Mid-West reproduced catalogues; 4 – Vintage catalogues: Cleveland Electric Tramrail; 2 -  Norma “Greaseal”; Fafnir Ball Bearings; Sold For 30.00
  442. Tray lot assorted toy tools (see photo) Sold For 17.50
  443. Signed (?) & marked New York, Shipwright’s broad axe w/ 11” from edge to poll, dbl.-round lugs, flared rectangular poll, vg. Sold For 60.00
  444. G. Horn (George Horn, 1833, Wrightsville, York Co.) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower pointed lugs, pitted, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  445. W. Beatty & Sons, Chester, Pa. fireman’s axe w/ steer trademark strike, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  446. 2 – Carpenter’s adze: W. Beatty (arch strike) octagon pin poll adze, G; unsigned full poll adze, poll chipped, F Sold For 65.00
  447. Trade axe w/ flared upper & lower edge, triangular eye, G+ Sold For 50.00
  448. Casey & Co., Auburn, NY., wooden screw arm plow plane w/ long threads, G+-Vg Sold For 30.00
  449. 2 – Wooden molding planes: Ward & Payne, West Sheffield, screw arm plow plane w/ inlaid brass depth gauge plate, replace wedge, G+; refinished handled screw arm panel tongue plane, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 22.50
  450. Edward Helb, Railroad, York Co., Pa. patented 7-12-1904, grade level w/ homemade mahogany wood case, G+-Vg Sold For 110.00
  451. Tray lot 5 – assorted tools: Stanley #51 spoke shave, Vg; convex heel makers shave, G; British made 8” wooden machine level, G; 1” tang handle gouge, Vg; Stanley butt-rabbet marking gauge, pressure plate missing F-G Sold For 15.00
  452. 9 – Assorted screwdrivers or combination tool handles, G Sold For 20.00
  453. 3 – Early handsaws: English, 25”-5 ½ pt., replaced handle; The Simonds Saw, 26”-10pt., G+; Disston 22”-9pt., G-G+ Sold For 30.00
  454. Ulma 60mm, wooden bench jointer w/ mahogany hardware sole, Vg Sold For 45.00
  455. 3 – Wooden molding planes: J. Pearce, New York, #109-16” jointer, Vg; unsigned 8 ¾” coffin shape block, Vg; homemade “Old Woman’s Tooth” router, no iron, G+ Sold For 15.00
  456. 8 – Assorted Oriental style wooden planes: 4 – bench draw planes w/ iron set near tail of planes, G+;  4 – Teak/Luan wooden molding planes, G-Vg Sold For 7.50
  457. 3 – Iron frame braces: John Fray’s #112 thumbscrew braces, G+; New-Mall #2-10” brace w/ tapered chuck & rosewood mushroom cap knurl, catch damage G+; unknown maker 10” brace cherry wood knurl & thumbscrew chuck Sold For 10.00
  458. 4 – Various braces: unsigned 12” brace w/ Millers Falls adjustable hollow auger, G; Allen & Co Inc. 12” reversible ratchet brace, G+; Noble Mfg., pat, 12-19-1865, 8” slide jaw, G; unknown, Greenfield, Mass. 10”, F+-G Sold For 30.00
  459. Tray lot saw related tools: wooden framed stair builder’s saw, G+; “Cut-all” swivel saw, Vg; wooden framed door jamb under-cut saw w/ off-set handle, G+; saw pitch gauge; etc. Sold For 25.00
  460. 5 – Various planes: 2 – transitional bench jacks, F+-G; Stanley #9 ½ block, F+; Lignum Vitae 8 ¾” narrow block plane, upper cracking, G; wooden bullnose block w/ brass plate nose, G+ Sold For 35.00
  461. 2 – Wooden planes: unsigned 4” handled crown, central crack (good project plane); 8 ¾” horned block plane, marked Columbia, G+ Sold For 30.00
  462. 2 – Iron planes: Union #137 dbl.-end block, G+; Stanley #46 combination plane parts, F Sold For 35.00
  463. 5 – Stanley metal planes: four-square 6 ¼” block, missing knob, G; 3 – Handyman #1204 jack planes, G-Vg Sold For 30.00
  464. 4 – Various tool references: H.B. ­Classic Hand Tools, by Garrett Hack; 3 – S.B.: Tools of the Trade…Carpentry, by Jeff Taylor; Tools Teach an Iconography of American Hand Tools, by H.G. Brack; Keen Kutter Collectibles, by Jerry & Elaine Heuring Sold For 25.00
  465. 5 – Various planes: 2 – Transitional jointers: Stanley Bailey #27, Vg; S&S 15”, G+-Vg; Stanley #220 metal  block, G-G+; 5/8” Grecian ogee, signed (???), G Sold For 35.00
  466. 2 – Stanley bench planes outfitted w/ interchangeable Multi-form round sole plates. 1 – transitional 12 ¼” & other on #5 jack. Both altered from original for use w/ floats Sold For 45.00
  467. 9 – Assorted reproduction catalogues & How-to books (see photo or view in person) Sold For 30.00
  468. Tray lot assorted machinist tools: Central 0-2” micrometer; Helios, Germany, dial caliper; Starrett speed indicator; etc. Sold For 40.00
  469. 3 – Stanley wooden levels: #30-29 ½” adjustable, F; R&L #03-28 ¼” brass tipped, Vg; R&L #0-18”, hanging hole drilled near end, G Sold For 7.50
  470. Paint decorated carpenter’s tool box, 36” X 11 ¼” X 10”. This softwood lift lid tool chest has grabber lock, iron drop-handles, Victorian cast iron lift handle. It has cream & brown paint, Vg. Sold For 17.50
  471. D. Hagen (Davis Hagen, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co.) center bit posthole mortise axe w/ lower lug, G. (pitted) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  472. 3 – Tools: Hand wrought froe w/ round eye, heavy pitting; early 19th century slating zaxe w/ T-break, nail pick. It has an off-set handle & star punch strike; Smith-Seltzer & Co., Phila. #6 reaping sickle, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  473. Lorenzo Beck (East Goshen Twp., Chester Co., working 1850) knife edge broad axe w/ off-set handle. The axe has upper & lower arch lugs, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00

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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.