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October 27, 2018 

 

  1. 3 – Stanley Defiance tools: 13 ¾” bench fore plane, Vg; #118 hand drill, G+; shingling half hatchet, Vg Sold For 30.00
  2. 5 – Assorted drawknife/shaves: Booth & Son, wooden chair seat shave w/ arch round knife & brass sole, G+;  unsigned patent 1876, two-wave shave, G; 2 – leather working shaves, G-Vg; Stanley #51 spoke shave, G+ Sold For 50.00
  3. 5 – Planes: Stanley: Bailey #4-C bench jack, G+; English, #612-220 black, Vg; “Four-square” block, F+; Sargent  6” pressed-steel low-angle block, VG; Upson Nut 9” bench jack, Vg Sold For 55.00
  4. 6 – “no-name” squirrel-tail handle block planes, F+-G Sold For 40.00
  5. 3 – Various bench planes: Stanley “Defiance” 9” smooth jack, Vg; Shelton: #04 smooth jack, Vg; #06 smooth fore plane, G+ Sold For 30.00
  6. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey #4 ½ -C jack w/ Teflon adjuster knob, G-G+; unknown maker 9” smooth jack w/ adjustable saddle & slide-in cap. The plane has pinned double-wall rails & W. Butcher iron, F-G Sold For 40.00
  7. 3 – Various early block planes: Stanley #120 w/ star cap, F; “no-name” patent #7856-7 3/8” (12-24-1850)double-ender, G+; double-ender w/ Sargent VBM #229 iron, G Sold For 80.00
  8. 4 – Tools: Rusby Patent, hand drill, G; North Bros. “Yankee” #30A spiral screwdriver, Vg; 2 – A.H. Reid, Phila. spiral screw-driver, G-Vg Sold For 55.00
  9. Tray lot drilling devices: Stanley # 923-10” ratchet-brace, Vg; right-angle ratchet-race, F+; assembled set of auger bits in 3-tier Russell Jennings oak box, F-G Sold For 50.00
  10. Tray lot 4 – Metal levels: L.S. Starrett: 10” adjustable plumber’s level, G; 12 ½” open frame level, F-G; Stanley #36G-12” cast iron, G+-Vg; Disston 9” aluminum torpedo level, G+ Sold For 45.00
  11. 3 – Wooden & brass levels: mahogany & brass 10” torpedo level, marked English made, Vg; mahogany & brass 8 ¼”  machine level w/ ornate spear tip top & fancy side viewing windows, G; I. Kulp, Paunschweig-Institut, 8 ½” mahogany infill sight level w/ G+ Sold For 50.00
  12. 5 – Various saw pads & bone handled miniature dovetail brass back saw w/ 4” blade, G Sold For 45.00
  13. 6 – Assorted block planes & parts (1 – Stanley #130 double-ender), G-G+ Sold For 30.00
  14. 4 – European wooden molding planes: 3 – horned smooth blocks: Columbia 8 ¾” w/ Buck Bros. iron, Vg; Germany 9 ½”, marked J.A. Knutson, G+; German 1 3/8” w X 8 ½”, G; & Steiner, ½” X 8” rabbet, G+ Sold For 30.00
  15. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Copeland & Co. 1” ship’s hollow plane, G-Vg; G.A. Briel, 7/8” ogee, G; $ G.A. Briel, 1” hollow, VG; A. Howland & Co. compass hollow, Vg; Sold For 30.00
  16. 3 – Wooden routers: rosewood molded grip router, marked F. Chapman, G+-Vg; beech molded grip router, missing iron, G; unsigned mahogany base w/ brass mounted housing , Vg Sold For 40.00
  17. 3- Adjustable wooden molding planes: Sandusky Tool Co. #164 screw arm sash molding w/ boxwood threads & nuts, G+-Vg; J.T. Brown (Baltimore Md.) screw arm sash molding, G+; unsigned wedge arm grooving plane, (missing iron) G Sold For 40.00
  18. Marten Doscher, New York, handled screw arm plow plane w/ iron applied handle/tote, G Sold For 30.00
  19. 5 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – coach makers’ T-rabbet planes (1 – circular), G; 2 – block planes: S. Hastings, 8” G; F.W.B. 7 ½”, Vg; toy block plane Sold For 25.00
  20. 2 – Handled wooden molding planes: Eagle Factory, N. Chapin, 1 ½” two-iron sash molding plane, G+; unsigned 2 ¾” crown molder w/ fence, Vg Sold For 30.00
  21. 3 – European wooden molding planes: screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood knobs & center thread stop nuts, & adjustable plate depth plate, Vg; 2 – horned blocks (1 – has 1858, two-cherry iron) G. & Vg Sold For 25.00
  22. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Union Factory, M. & A. Copeland, two-iron sash molding, missing wedge, G; T. Chapin, Baltimore, T&G, F+; 9 ¾” lignum-vitae block, G; 9” rosewood block, G Sold For 20.00
  23. 3 –Stanley transitional bench planes: R&L #27-15”, G+; Bailey #35-8” handled block, Vg; R&L #24-8” block, G+ Sold For 7.50
  24. 3 – Stanley scraper planes: #80 box scraper, G; 2 - #12 adjustable veneer scrapers, missing irons, G Sold For 55.00
  25. 3 – Stanley iron frame planes: #248 weather strip plow plane, Vg; #190 improved rabbet, welded P; #78 rabbet fillister, G+ (no fence) Sold For 25.00
  26. 2 – Bench planes: Winchester trademark #3025-C jack plane, G+; Keen Kutter #KK6 fore, G+-Vg Sold For 55.00
  27. 4 – Various Gage transitional bench planes, F-G Sold For 30.00
  28. 2 – Stanley transitional jointer planes: R&L #32 w/ Eagle trademark, Vg; R&L #28, G+ Sold For 25.00
  29. 2 – Transitional jointers: Bailey #29, refinished Vg; Gage #16-20”, G-G+ Sold For 35.00
  30. 4 – Various handsaws: “The Imp” 20”; Keystone Works #3-20”, F; “The Imp” 16”, F; Browne #3-20” w/ split-nuts, G+ Sold For 35.00
  31. 2 – Handsaws: H. Disston & Sons, Extra 28”-5 ½ pt. rip saw, G+; Reliance Saw Co. #7-28” cross-cut w/ brass split-nuts, Vg Sold For 22.50
  32.  3 – Handsaws: unknown 18”-9pt. w/ brass braced handle, G; Disston & Sons #D23-20”-12pt. Vg; Disston & Sons “Victory” #D115-5pt., G+ Sold For 20.00
  33. Disston & Sons #342 metal trim cutting saw, Vg Sold For 7.50
  34. 3 – Handsaws: Economy Saw Co., Phila. 19”-9pt., G+; American Boy 20”, G; Atkins #75 “Junior Mechanic”, G+ Sold For 10.00
  35. 3 – Handsaws: Fulton “Special, extra thin back” 24”-8pt., Vg; Simonds Saw 26”, G; “You Bet the Bottom Cut” w/ boy in washtub graphics, G. Sold For 35.00
  36. Disston & Sons, 1940, “A Century of Progress” Disston “Junior” 20”, Vg. Sold For 20.00
  37. 2 – Philadelphia handsaws: Henry Disston (serpentine strike) w/ H. Disston eagle button & brass split-nuts, F-G; Keystone Saw Works #107-5 ½ pt., G+ Sold For 30.00
  38. 2 – Handsaws: Kingsland Saw Works “Ulmos Tool Saw, 7 in 1” #K-11 w/ angle marking gauge, G (handle cracked, otherwise Vg); Advance V, 28”- 4pt., Vg Sold For 17.50
  39. McGowan & Miltmore, Reading, Pa. 26 ¾” handsaw, (handle replaced) Additional Photo: One Sold For 7.50
  40. Stanley 20” oak slant-lid tool box w/ box-joint construction & center tote, F+-G Additional Photo: One Sold For 55.00
  41. Stanley #193 fiber board plane in homemade wooden toolbox, appears complete, G+ Sold For 50.00
  42. 8 – Wooden side bead molding planes, G-Vg. Makers include: W. Pennel, Phila.; I. White; Jones; W. Grinel, Phila.; J. Webb; J.T. Brown (Baltimore); A. Howland & Co.; Sandusky Sold For 40.00
  43. 3 – Wooden molding planes: P. Probasco, Phila. wedge arm plow, F-G; unsigned wedge arm beveling (??) plane, G; Greenfield Tool Co. ¾” dado plane, Vg Sold For 17.50
  44. 3 – Wooden complex molding planes: Parrish, Phila, belection molding, altered cut w/ owner J.B.K. Young brand; Conway Tool Co. 1” Grecian ogee, Vg; John Bell, Phila. 1” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  45. 3 – Transitional bench planes: Stanley R&L w/ Eagle #36 handled block, F; Gage Tool #17-22” jointer, G+; Stanley Gage #G26, jack, G Sold For 25.00
  46. 5 – Wooden molding planes: Greenfield Tool Co. Grecian ogee, Vg; unsigned two-iron complex, missing 1 blade, G; Marten Doscher, tongue plane, G; M. Long, Reading T&G, G; unsigned small complex cut, Vg Sold For 10.00
  47. 8 – Wooden side bead molding plane, G-Vg. Makers include: M. Long, Reading; Geo. Burnham; B. Sheneman, Phila. #735, Barry & Way; Goldsmith, Phila; Auburn Tool Co; John Bell, Phila.; etc. Sold For 45.00
  48. 3 – Wooden molding planes: E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, round plane, owner marked Jos. D. Frehn (attributed to Joseph DeFrehn, 1820-1898, was a builder listed in Orwigsburg, Schuylkill Co.), Vg; rosewood & cherry horned round plane, G; P. Royer (attributed to Pa.) compass hollow handle makers plane, G. Sold For 20.00
  49. Union Factory, H. Chapin, #198-3 ½” panel raiser plane, Vg Sold For 50.00
  50. 2 – Tools: homemade octagon board foot rule w/ pewter caps & hand cut numbers, G; hand wrought 3” socket handle gouge, has modern turned handle, G Sold For 35.00
  51.  2 – Cast iron levels: Stanley #36-18”, G; Millers Falls, patent 12-13-1884, 24”x 2 ½” open cast frame, G. Sold For 30.00
  52. 5 – Brass/metal lathe turning tools, G+ (2 – Boice Crane Co.) Sold For 60.00
  53. Homemade 26”4 ½ pt. pit/rip handsaw w/ corner mounted two-handle grip, G+ Sold For 25.00
  54. Acme Level Co. 28” X 3 ½” pressed metal adjustable level, G+ Sold For 7.50
  55. 2 – 48” wooden rules: Scranton Plate Glass adv. rule, G+; Kerby & Bro. shipper’s dock rule w/ brass foot, G+ Sold For 10.00
  56. Stanley #0-30” cherry wood level, E. Sold For 60.00
  57. 3  - Measuring devices: Browne & Sharpe Mfg. 24” combination square, F-G; 2 – knock-down framing squares, F & G Sold For 25.00
  58. 2 – Hickory board rules: Lufkin, 3ft. w/ wooden grip handle & point tipped foot, G+; unsigned 3ft.-6 tier w/ brass oval foot, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  59. 3 – Handsaws: Stanley “sweetheart” #825-26”, G+; Keystone #K-4 “Air Master”, G; C.E. Jennings “Ground to Run” 28”-5pt.G. Sold For 70.00
  60. 2 – Disston steel back saws: 12” tenon saw marked Henry Disston & Sons (arch strike), Vg; 14” mitre saw marked Henry Disston, Philada. w/ arch strike, has Eagle button, G+ Sold For 90.00
  61. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: pr. brass & 1 ¾” steel tipped trammel points on metal rail, Vg; pr. Stanley #4 trammel points, Vg; Stanley #95 butt marking gauge, Vg; 2 – sliding-T bevels (1-Stanley), Vg Sold For 55.00
  62. 2 – Bench planes: Sargent #414-C fore plane w/ married Keen Kutter blade, G-G+; Fulton 9” jack, G+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  63. 2 – Bench planes: Millers Falls #9 jack, Vg; Defiance 8 ¾” jack, Vg Sold For 40.00
  64. 3 – Hand planes: Shelton #04 jack, G+-Vg; Shelton, McAller patent #1914609, 8 ¼” jack, Vg; Craftsman #107-37032 block, Vg Sold For 40.00
  65. 3 – Stanley hand planes: Bailey #3 jack, post WWII w/ Teflon adjuster knob, G+; #65 low angle block w/ knuckle-joint cap, Vg; #220 block w/ 5-hole adjuster knob, G+ Sold For 65.00
  66. Stanley #2 bench smoother jack, replaced handle, G+ Sold For 110.00
  67. 4 – Stanley caliper rules: #36 ½ R-12”, Vg; 2 - #36 ½ -12”, G; #136-6”, G Sold For 30.00
  68. 4 – Stanley 2ft four-fold wooden rules: #84, repaired; 2 - #62 brass framed, G & Vg; #62 ½ brass framed, Vg Sold For 30.00
  69. 6 – Wooden four-fold rules: 2ft: Lufkin: #231, F; #781 brass bound, Vg; C.S. Co. #62, G; Upson Nut Co. #62, G; Stanley #62, F; Rabone “blind man’s” 36”, Vg Sold For 35.00
  70. 15 – Assorted wooden four-fold 2ft. rules, F-G Sold For 50.00
  71. 5 – Various edge tools: Ritter 7” block, G; 2 – American Tool & Foundry Co. 4 ¾” block planes, G; Stanley #101 small block plane, G; Stanley #53 spoke shave, G Sold For 25.00
  72. 2 – Stanley edge tools: #71 router w/ depth gauge, G+; “sweetheart” #78 rabbet/fillister, complete, G+ Sold For 120.00
  73. 4 – Various tools: 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench planes: Bailey #35 raise handle jack, G; #25 block w/ V-strike, F-G; Shapleigh Hardware DE5-C jack plane G.; Esco #795B saw set in original box, Vg Sold For 50.00
  74. 4 – Various hammers: Miner’s track laying oversized claw hammer w/ round poll, marked B.S.S. 876, G; 3oz. upholsterer’s claw, Vg; Crispin #3 round cobbler’s, G+; octagon poll coach trimmers’ hammer w/ long tapered poll, Vg Sold For 50.00
  75. Tray lot 12 tang handle carving chisels, various makers, G+-Vg. (7 – gouges) Sold For 65.00
  76. 5 – Various Stanley Defiance tools, Vg: #820 hand drill; #1250 ratchet brace; #1222 ½-12” combination square; 2 – screwdrivers Sold For 25.00
  77. 4 – Drilling devices: Goodell-Pratt spiral pump drill w/ bit storage handle, G+; pump drill w/ brass weight fly-wheel, G; T-handle reamer, G; North Bros. “Yankee” #41 push drill, Vg Sold For 20.00
  78. 9 – Assorted socket handle firmer/bench chisels, G-Vg Sold For 75.00
  79. Signed (Thoms?) Glasgow, 8” Scottish brace w/ spring lever chuck, Vg Sold For 55.00
  80. 2 – Early “Lantern top” braces (1 – w/ slit-over latch mechanism), G Sold For 60.00
  81. 4 – Drilling devices: Genco, Germany, breast drill w/ gear box, G; Millers Falls chain drill, G; corner drill attachment, G; early ratchet, P. Sold For 50.00
  82. 6  -Measuring devices: Ross & Alexander, Liverpool, 9” rosewood & brass pocket/machine level, G+; Stanley “sweetheart” #25-6” sliding-T bevel, Vg; 2 – unmarked Stanley marking gauges: #72 dbl.-arm, G, #61 w/ face plate, Vg; Lufkin “White Clad” 100ft. Vg; Walsco 6ft. tape measure, Vg Sold For 17.50
  83. 4 – Various tools: wooden round head carpenter’s mallet, Vg; Osborne #3 hide maul, G+; 2 – brass front spring scales: Salter’s 24lb., G+; Chatillon’s 50lb. G Sold For 30.00
  84. L. Stoudt (Lucian Stoudt, 1870-1910, working in Berks Co. Pa. *at one time served on Western Frontier w/ Custer’s cavalry regiment) felling axe w/ arch lower lug, G Additional Photo: One Sold For 60.00
  85. Hagen (rare small letter strike, probably late generation strike of John Hagen, Martic Twp., Lancaster Co.) felling axe w/ lower lug, G Sold For 30.00
  86. Stanley “sweetheart” #0-28” cherry wood level, Vg Sold For 35.00
  87. 2 – Wooden levels: Cook’s Patent level by Davis & Cook Mfg., 26 ¼” adjustable wooden level w/ brass capped ends, Vg; Stanley 28” cherry adjustable level, F (1 – vial damaged) Sold For 25.00
  88. 2 – Stanley iron frame levels: #37-18”, G; #36-24”, G+-Vg Sold For 20.00
  89. 2 – Square wooden lumber board foot rules: 1 – Stanley #46 ½ -24”-16 tier, Vg; 24”-16 tier, G Sold For 75.00
  90. 2 – Saws: Lentz & Sons, 8” surgical saw w/ removal blade, G+; 10” hack saw w/ hand wrought frame & handle, Vg Sold For 50.00
  91. 2 – Coach builder’s boxing draw knives: D.R. Barton, 1 ½”, Vg; unsigned ½”, G Sold For 45.00
  92. Stanley “Bell Systems” full hatchet w/ square nut cut-out, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  93. 5 – Various tools: Trojan A.S. & Co. 5 ½” coping saw w/ 12 ½” throat, Vg; Eifel-Flash pliers, Vg; M.E.T. small initial punch/strike; Lenox screwdriver, G+; Heaton’s Patent, 10-19-1875, button setting pliers, G; hand vise w/ 1 ¼” wide head, Vg Sold For 25.00
  94. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: unsigned 6” try square, G+-Vg; homemade 12” mahogany wedge arm marking gauge, Vg; homemade 11 ½” cherry wood try square, mortise & pin construction, Vg; 2 – Ulmia, wooden try square, G Sold For 7.50
  95. 4 – Various tools, E.: Stanley: #42 saw set, NIB (box torn); #9 ¼ block, in original box; #95G butt gauge, NIB; 4” level, G Sold For 40.00
  96. Siegley #2 combination plane w/ 2 fences & long rails, only 1 blade,. G+ Sold For 50.00
  97. Unmarked T-hand auger set w/ cherry & iron handle w/ lg. thumbscrew, & 9 assorted long augers, G Sold For 20.00
  98. 4 – Various scrapers, Vg: Bennett Specialty Mfg., patent 1-5-1909, adjustable; Stanley #282; unmarked Bridgeport Hardware type solid handle w/ wood grips; Vaughan & Bushnell triangular socket head, Vg Sold For 30.00
  99. 7 – Assorted file/floats for various woodworking trades, G-Vg Sold For 65.00
  100. 2 – Wooden panel raising planes: unsigned 2 ¾” w/ John Green iron, G; HM, 1843, peg handle plane w/ Barton & Belde skew set iron, G+ Sold For 22.50
  101. Tray 2 – planes & references: unmarked #5 ½ jack, G; Millers Falls 3 ½” small block, G; 13+ assorted tool guide & reproduced catalogs Sold For 30.00
  102. 2 – Stanley improved rabbet planes: #91, G+-Vg; #378 w/ fence, Vg Sold For 60.00
  103. 2 – Wooden molding planes: Henry White, Phila. handled wedge arm panel grooving plane, Vg; unsigned handled panel raising plane w/ William Ash & Co. iron, G+-Vg Sold For 35.00
  104. 2 – Wooden molding planes: S. Smith (possible Silas Smith, Phila.) handled panel w/ full side rail & adj. sole rail, Vg; Colton & Sheneman, Phila. 1 5/8” handled side bead plane, G+-Vg Sold For 25.00
  105. 10 – Assorted wooden molding planes, various types, F-G+. Makers include: pr. M. Long (Berks Co.) tongue & groove set; G. Mundorff, Berlin (rare rating, from Berlin, Pa.) dado; A. Clark; Union Factory, H. Chapin; P. Probasco, Phila.; etc. Sold For 10.00
  106. 7 – Assorted simple & complex wooden molding plane, F. – G. Makers include: John Bell, Phila; A. Kelly & Co. ; 2 - F. Dalliker  (Montgomery Co., Pa.); W. Parr;  W. Parrish; etc. Sold For 25.00
  107. 2 – Stanley wooden folding rules: #94-4ft. four-fold brass bound w/ oxbow joint, Vg; #15-2ft. two-fold w/ arch joint, G Sold For 50.00
  108. 4 – Zig-Zag folding rules: German, metal 2ft., G; 3 – wooden Stanley: #106-6ft, Vg; #167-6ft. “mason’s” G; #227-6ft., Vg Sold For 5.00
  109. 4 – Stanley wooden caliper rules: #36-6” two-fold, G; 2 - #35-136-4”, Vg; #136 ½-6”, G+ Sold For 20.00
  110. 2 – Wooden 3ft. four-fold rules: Stanley #66 ½ w/ square joint, Vg; Lufkin #3881 brass bound w/ oxbow joint, G-G+ Sold For 10.00
  111. 4 – Wooden four-fold rules: 3 – Stanley 2ft.: #68, G+; #53 ½ “architect’s” w/ oxbow joint, G;  #51 w/ arch joint, G+; unsigned 12”, G+ Sold For 25.00
  112. 5 – Various measuring devices: C.S. Co. #84 brass bound 2ft. four-fold, Vg; Lufkin 3ft./yardstick, Vg; Stanley #34 ¼”-12” straight rule; folding shoe measure, missing part; sash mullion gauge block, Vg Sold For 20.00
  113. Tray lot of assorted drafting tools: 3 – tool sets (1- in wooden case), G; Starrett & Co. depth gauge, G. Sold For 12.50
  114. 2 – K&E lettering set, 1 – complete & other incomplete Sold For 30.00
  115. 2 – Handsaws: W. McNiece, Excelsior Saw, 24” w/ owner’s name in cursive on saw blade “Samuel H. Ritz, July 4th, 1873,” G.;  Geo. Bishop #128-26”-9pt, G+-Vg Sold For 15.00
  116. 3 – Panel handsaws w/ nibs: early Spear, 28”-4pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G+; Disston & Sons, 26 ½”-5 ½ pt. w/ lg. button, Vg; Hudson Tool Co. #10-26”-5 ½ pt., Vg Sold For 35.00
  117. 4 – Disston handsaws: #D-115 “Diamond Jubilee”, F-G; early Henry Disston (arch strike) 26”, G; #D100-26”, G; #12-26”-8pt. G Sold For 60.00
  118. 3 – Early Philadelphia handsaws w/ brass split-nuts: R. Kennedy &Co., 25 ¾”-7pt., G; Henry Disston (serpentine strike) 25” w/ nip, G+; Handy & Brenner, 26”, F.-G. Sold For 45.00
  119. 3 – Philadelphia handsaws: Shield & Brother #2 butcher’s bone saw, G+; Disston & Sons, 18” two-edge pruning saw, G+; Disston #D5-20” G+ Sold For 15.00
  120. 3 – Disston handsaws: pruning saw w/ original bag & 2 interchangeable blades, G; #D16-26”-9pt.; rough cut 26”, F+ Sold For 10.00
  121. 3 – Handsaws: Our Saw 26”-8pt.; Taylor 26” w/ brass raised lug nuts, G; Our Saw 26”-8pt., G+ Sold For 7.50
  122. 2 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons #240 metal cutting 20”, G+; Paul J Devitt, Phila. 26”-8pt., ear damaged, G Sold For 25.00
  123. 3 – Handsaws: Winchester trademark #10-26”-8pt. w/ nib, G; Blue Jacket 24”-8pt., replaced handle (blade Vg.); T. Taylor #0-26”-8pt., replaced handle, G Sold For 17.50
  124. 3 – Wooden “Project” molding planes: M. Copeland, screw arm plow, 1 – stop nut damaged, otherwise Vg; P. Chapin, Baltimore, screw arm sash molder w/ full boxing, some bug damage; unsigned #166 screw arm sash molder, missing 1 – thread & knob Sold For 25.00
  125. 2 – Wooden “Project” molding planes: D. Colton and B. Sheneman (Phila. 1846-1852) handled screw-arm panel groover, missing iron & thread damage; Union Factory, H. Chapin, handled 2 ½” ogee molding Sold For 7.50
  126. 4 – Wooden molding planes: A. Howland & Co. #156-1” cove molding, G+; J. Colton, Phila. 5/8” cove, G-G+. Owner struck F.M. Levengood (?); match pr. hollow & round by Auburn Tool Co. Vg Sold For 22.50
  127. 6 – Assorted wooden simple molding planes, F+-Vg. Makers: J. Gordon; W. Grinel; S. Powell; unsigned Sold For 40.00
  128. Hall & Knapp, 28” rosewood level w/ brass plated side view & brass tipped corners, G-G+. Level has homemade wooden case. Sold For 35.00
  129. 3 – Handsaws: Henry Disston (arch & eagles strike) 12” backsaw, F; unknown 15 ½”-10pt, G; Vanadium, Pa. Saw Corp., Frackville, 18”-11pt., G+ Sold For 80.00
  130. 2  - Disston handsaws: Keystone #K-5 “Defender” w/ bobsled graphics, G+; #D95-26” w/resin handle, G+ Sold For 7.50
  131. 2 – Handsaws: Fulton, 26 ¼”-8pt, light strike, otherwise Vg; Atkins, 26”-6pt., G Sold For 7.50
  132. 3 – Disston handsaws: #D17-26” “Double-Duty”, G; #D7-28”-5 ½ pt., G; Henry Disston #D7-26”-5pt. w/ deep dish eagle button & brass spilt-nuts, G Sold For 55.00
  133. 2 – Disston & Sons #D7 handsaws: 20”-8pt. pattern maker’s saw w/ “fishtail” open grip handle, Vg; 24”-10pt. w/ Harvey Peace cherry handle & improved raised lug screws, G. Sold For 15.00
  134. 3 – Handsaws: Geo. Jennings & Co. 16” pruning saw (only 1 – blade); Vanadium, Pa. Saw Corp., Frackville, Pa. 18”-11pt. w/ nib, F+-G; Disston & Sons #D23-24”-12pt., G+ Sold For 15.00
  135. Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, 12” tenon back saw w/ closed grip & brass split-nuts, G+ Sold For 22.50
  136. Stanley Bedrock “sweetheart” #606 bench for plane w/ embossed lever cap, rosewood handle (cracked) & high knob, lever cap chip, G+ Sold For 60.00
  137. Stanley Bedrock “sweetheart” #605 ½-C, bench jack w/ rosewood handle & knob. Tote has chip from ear, G+ Sold For 45.00
  138. Stanley Bedrock #607-C bench jointer plane w/ rosewood handle & knob, embossed “Bedrock” lever cap, Vg Sold For 150.00
  139. Stanley Bedrock #604-C bench jack plane, restored w/ repaired handle & replaced knob, Vg. Sold For 120.00
  140. Stanley Bailey R&L #72 chamfer plane, handle replaced (?), Vg Sold For 150.00
  141. Stanley Gage #G5-C self setting bench jack w/ rosewood handle (repaired) & knob, Vg Sold For 40.00
  142. Stanley Bailey #4 ½ broad bench jack, Vg. Sold For 85.00
  143. Stanley R&L, #S5 - pressed steel 14” bench jack, pat. 10-5-1875, w/ rosewood handle & knob, 1910-12 arch strike, & Liberty Bell screw cap, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  144. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #5 ¼-C “junior” jack, rail has school initials otherwise, Vg; #5-C , G+ Sold For 110.00
  145. Stanley R&L #113 adjustable circular/compass plane, refinished G. Sold For 50.00
  146. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #5 ½-C bench jack plane, Vg. Sold For 95.00
  147. 5 – Various planes: “Victory” 8  ½” bench jack, G+; Stanley #60 ½ low angle block, G+; Stanley #118 pressed-steel low angle block, G+; Stanley #101 small block, G; “no name” 3 5/8” block, Vg Sold For 50.00
  148. 4 – Various planes: late Stanley Bailey #5 ¼” “junior” jack w/ blue painted deck, Vg; Stanley #81 cabinet scraper, G+; “no name” 6 ¼”-C block, G; Union #120 block, G. Sold For 40.00
  149. 3 – Tools: Cheney 16oz. claw hammer w/ pat. nail holder, Vg; Marble’s #5 “safety” hatchet w/ pat. shield guard, G-G+; Germantown shingling half hatchet, G-G+ Sold For 110.00
  150. Unsigned 3” socket handle slick w/ modern walnut turned handle, G+ Sold For 60.00
  151. 4 – Disston & Sons #D23 handsaws, G-G+ Sold For 15.00
  152. 2 – Handsaws: Simonds 26”-10pt. sway-back, G+; Keen Kutter 26 ¼”-6pt. Vg. Sold For 10.00
  153. 2 – Handsaws: Atkins 26”-12pt. w/ press carved fruitwood handle (chipped ear), G+; American Tool 20”-9pt. G-G+ Sold For 5.00
  154. 4 – Disston & Sons handsaws: 2 - #D23, G+ & Vg; 2 - #D7, G & G+ Sold For 10.00
  155. 2 – Disston & Sons #D23 handsaws, Vg Sold For 10.00
  156. Stanley #55 combination molding plane w/ 4 racks of blades, overall complete, but no box, G-G+ Sold For 260.00
  157. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #5 ¼ -C “junior” jack, Vg; “sweetheart” #5 ¼  “junior” jack, cracked handle, G+ Sold For 150.00
  158. Stanley #45 combination molding plane in original slide-over box, overall complete, Vg Sold For 160.00
  159. 2 – Keen Kutter tools: embossed hand axe/hatchet, G+; 15” transitional bench jack, G+ Sold For 25.00
  160.  5 – Measuring devices: Stanley: “sweetheart” #71 dbl. arm marking gauge; #77 rosewood mortise gauge, G+; pr. #138 level sights, Vg; unsigned combination bevel/level/rule, F-G; unsigned 1ft. brass bound folding rule, G. Sold For 60.00
  161. 4 – Stanley measuring devices: #89 sliding clapboard siding gauge, G+; #281 butt hinge chisel gauge, Vg; #95 ½ butt marking gauge, G+; #95 butt marking gauge, G Sold For 20.00
  162. 3 – Small edge tools: unsigned, brass router (mini #71 ½) w/ 4 ¼” wide bed & small wood knobs, Vg; 2 – violin makers bow shaves (1 – brass & 1 – aluminum), Vg Sold For 50.00
  163. Siegley’s combination molding plane, tote repaired, G+ Sold For 60.00
  164. Stanley #278 rabbet/fillister plane, Vg Sold For 90.00
  165. 2 – Small squirrel tail block planes: Stanley #100 ½ round block, Vg; no name 3 ½”, G+ Sold For 50.00
  166. 2 – Stanley tools: #79 two-way side rabbet , NIB; #271 nickel plated small router, Vg Sold For 110.00
  167. Krause Hardware, Lebanon, Pa. embossed felling axe, some mushrooming to butt, G Sold For 150.00
  168. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, 27 ½” handled plank jointer, refinished Vg Sold For 10.00
  169. 2 – Stanley R&L transitional bench jointer planes, refinished G+-Vg: #32, chipped ear on tote; #33, Eagle strike, owner’s initial on nose of plane Sold For 35.00
  170. 2 – Wooden panel raising planes: Conway Tool Co. w/ skew set iron, sole & side adjustable fences, Vg; owner marked J.A. Ackey, w/ adjustable sole fence, G+ Sold For 20.00
  171. 4 – Stanley transitional bench planes: R&L #35 jack, pre-lateral w/ eagle strike, refinished; Bailey: #28 fore plane w/ pat. date, refinished; 2 - #27 ½ jack w/ lateral adj. , G+ - Vg. Sold For 45.00
  172. Unsigned, cooper’s wooden chiv plane w/ two adjuster threads & copper plated fence, Vg Sold For 75.00
  173. J. Bradford, cooper’s wooden croze plane w/ wedge slide arm fence (missing stop), copper plated fence, G+ Sold For 80.00
  174. Tray lot drilling devices: Stanley “Bell Systems” 8” ratchet brace, Vg; 13pc. auger bit set in Pugh Bits canvas roll, G Sold For 50.00
  175. 8 – Assorted spiral screwdrivers, G-Vg: Stanley “handyman”; Stanley “Yankee”; Craftsman Sold For 12.50
  176. 11 – Various tang handle carver’s gouges, by various makers, Vg Sold For 65.00
  177. Tray lot Miller Falls, drivers: 6 – various  spiral screwdrivers, G-Vg; #100 push drill, G+ Sold For 15.00
  178. 14 – Assorted tang handle butt chisels, many Marples, G-G+ Sold For 50.00
  179. 9 – Assorted drivers: 2 – Yankee push drills; 7 – various spiral screwdrivers: Millers Falls; & Stanley, G-Vg Sold For 22.50
  180. 6 – Assorted tools: Millers Falls #2 auger handle, Vg; Craftsman spiral driver w/ blue storage pistol grip, vg; 4 – various Stanley ball-peen hammers, G-Vg. Sold For 60.00
  181. Tray lot chisels: 5pc. graduated set – Stanley #60 w/ neoprene handles, G-G+; 6pc. Millers Falls carving chisel set w/ maple handles, Vg Sold For 25.00
  182. 6pc. Assembled set of socket firmer chisels, most Stanley, G+ Sold For 120.00
  183. 3 – Stanley tools w/ original boxes: #30 angle divider, box P; #103LB hole bit, NIB; #1 level sights gauge, G+, box F Sold For 70.00
  184. 2 – Stanley planes: #12 adjustable veneer scraper, G+-Vg; #78 rabbet/fillister, F (parts missing) Sold For 65.00
  185. 3 – Stanley tools, NIB: #42 pistol grip saw set; #59 doweling gauge; #95 butt marking gauge Sold For 45.00
  186. 13 – Various firmer chisels, F+-Vg: 5 – socket handle; 8 – tang handle Sold For 75.00
  187. 2 – Planes: Stanley #12 adjustable veneer scraper, Vg; Millers Falls #85 rabbet/fillister, G+-Vg Sold For 75.00
  188. 4 – Caliper/gauges: Starrett #224 micrometer in wood case, G; 3 – outside calipers, G Sold For 22.50
  189. 2 – Stanley bench planes: #5 jack w/ original box, cracked handle, G+; 23 ¾” jointer w/ Bailey pat. dated chip guard, no marking on bed, G Sold For 190.00
  190. 2 - Tray lots assorted tool references, tool guides, catalogues & how-to books Sold For 22.50
  191. Assembled set of 4 – beam framer’s socket handle firmer chisels, Vg.: 3 – Buck Bros.; 1 – Dickinson Sold For 200.00
  192. 21 – Assorted spring calipers, most American type. Inside, outside & divers by various makers. Various sizes: 2”-12” Sold For 45.00
  193. 8 – Various tools: Plumb: 6oz. claw hammer, vg; 12oz tack claw hammer, vg; unsigned upholsterer’s tack hammer, G; Kent, sportsman knife, G; etc. Sold For 35.00
  194. Lg. tray lot assorted calipers. Various types, sizes, makers, G-Vg Sold For 90.00
  195. 4 – Various tools: Lufkin #386-12” caliper folding rule w/ oxbow joint, vg; Stanley #36 1/2L-12” caliper rule, G; Stanley #101 block plane, vg; Lufkin 36” metal zig-zag rule, G Sold For 7.50
  196. 12 – Assorted tang handle carving chisels: 6 – gouges; 3 – parting chisels; 3 – straight. Various makers, including: most Buck Bros.; Isaac Greaves & other Sold For 85.00
  197. Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co., oak sloped lid tool chest, finger joint construction w/ metal tote, G+-Vg Sold For 90.00
  198. 4 – Various tools: Record #311 cabinet makers’ shoulder rabbet plane, Vg; Disston & Sons, 12” backsaw marked “Made for Hammacher, Schlemmer & Co.”, missing 1 – screw, G+; Pexto socket handle firmer chisel, Vg; W. Butcher, tang handle butt chisel, G+ Sold For 170.00
  199. 12 – Assorted bench & wood chisels: 10 – socket handle Sold For 65.00
  200. D. Hagen (Davis Hagen, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co.) center bit posthole mortise axe, G-Vg Sold For 60.00
  201. 2 – Kitchen kindling axes: H.H. Sticker (Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co. & Vinemont area, Berks Co.), primitive pitted iron w/ lower lug, G; J.B. Stohler (John Beamesdorfer, circa 1860-80, Scheafferstown) w/ lower lug, Vg Sold For 55.00
  202. C. Silvius (Conrad, 1857, Lancaster City) broad lopping/hewing axe w/ single edge w/ upper & lower lugs, Vg Sold For 45.00
  203. Unsigned hand wrought tight radius adze w/ clip base full poll, G. Sold For 22.50
  204. 2 – Felling axes: William Mann, Superior 1902, w/ lower lug & owner struck D.H. Mellinger on reverse, G+; McKinnon, Rockaway, NJ. “Spanish Wedge” axe, marked B15, G+ Sold For 75.00
  205. H.H. Mellinger, (Washington Boro, Lancaster Co.) felling axe w/ lower lug & deep set trade strike, G+-Vg Sold For 30.00
  206. 2 – Tools: railway stone maul, signed P&R RRY. (Philadelphia & Reading Railway), G; felling axe, signed Mellinger (?) w/ X on reverse (possibly a re-edge axe by Mellinger that was made by J.B. Stohler, who commonly used X strike), light strike, G Sold For 35.00
  207. 3 – Plumb camp hatchets: 2 – “Boy Scout of America” trademark hand axes w/ nail clip, G+; hand axe w/ original hickory handle, Vg Sold For 55.00
  208. Tray lot assorted tools, G: 3 – claw hammers: Fayette Plumb “Anchor Brand” 16oz; hand wrought 12oz.  w/ octagon poll; Hammond, Phila. fairrier’s claw; cobbler’s round hammer; assorted machinist measuring devices Sold For 30.00
  209. 2 – Cooper’s adze: unsigned common adze w/ shielded round socket & bolt braced handle (possibly Weed & Becker) , Vg; unusual Irish pattern “tub maker’s” adze w/ long round edge & trussing style poll/face, G Sold For 55.00
  210. 2 – Hatchets: Beatty & Son, Chester, shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, F-G; W. Brady (William Brady, Lancaster, Pa.) cruise/hand axe w/ flared lower edge, G Sold For 17.50
  211. 3 – Handsaws: Keystone #K-6-26” “Challenger” w/ speedboat graphics, G+; Geo. Worth, 26”-8pt, G+-Vg; Disston & Sons #D-7-26”, G Sold For 35.00
  212. 3 – Early handsaws w/ nib on back: Henrys & Co. (?) 26” w/ brass split-nuts, F; Disston & Sons 26 ½”; Simonds Saw Co., 26”, G+ Sold For 22.50
  213. Fine, rosewood & boxwood handled screw arm plow plane, signed (? Hitchcocksville??), #151. Body, wedge & fence are rosewood. The screw arms, knob nuts, & stops are boxwood. A real nice looking plane!!! Sold For 140.00
  214. Ames (embossed strike) wooden slide rail plow plane w/ fixed V-shaped rails & sliding fence. The molded fence is mounted to screw-tight bridge bracket. The bridge has crack at front rail. G+ Sold For 30.00
  215. Fine, J. Kellogg, Amherst, Mass. screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads, lg. turned knobs & stops, Vg Sold For 45.00
  216. Handled screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood long threads, turned knobs & stops. The plane has brass depth adjuster w/ side brass screw stop, refinished G+ Sold For 65.00
  217. 2 – Wooden screw-arm adjustable sash molding planes: Arrowmammett Works, Middletown, CT., handle plane w/ boxwood knob tipped screws, Vg; J. T. Brown, Baltimore, w/ boxwood thread bolts & turned knobs, 1 – wedge replaced Sold For 40.00
  218. Unsigned, wooden Multi-form type block plane w/ set of 8 removable round float/sole plates & irons. All in wooden tool box, G+-Vg Sold For 65.00
  219. 5 – Small wooden planes: signed (?) 3 ¼” cherry rabbet, Vg; 4 – block planes: 4” rosewood w/ iron sole plate, G+; 4” owner signed, G; Thos. Machin, London, 3 ¾” Vg; modern Dyrlund, 3 ½” Vg. Sold For 60.00
  220. 4 – Various coachbuilder’s wooden planes: iron sole walnut wood circular boat plane w/ horn grip near nose & tapered rounded tote, missing iron, G+; 5/8” X 4 ¾” rabbet, owner marked S. Atherton, Vg; Mahogany 2 ¾” round, Vg; 4 7/8” rabbet w/ tapered tail Sold For 55.00
  221. Machinist made brass frame multi-sole plane w/ mahogany infill rectangular horn & squirrel-tail handle. The plane has 6 – float/sole plates  & irons in mahogany slide-lid box. Plane is 6 1/8” length, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  222. Rare, type 2, Stanley #110 shoe buckle block plane w/ buckle style cap & rounded grips on rails of deck, Vg (some replaced parts) Sold For 90.00
  223. 2 – Edge tools: Stanley #95 edge trimming block, pat. 5.14.12, G+-Vg; unknown maker cast iron plate router w/ cross-hatch open grid, G+ Sold For 65.00
  224. Stanley “sweetheart” #97 piano maker’s edge plane, Vg Sold For 120.00
  225. Stanley R&L #113 handled adjustable circular plane, G+ Sold For 65.00
  226. Stanley #20 adjustable circular plane w/ nickel plate, G+ Sold For 45.00
  227. Stanley “sweetheart” #238 weatherstrip plow plane w/ fence, Vg Sold For 65.00
  228. 4 – Small edge tools: unsigned Stanley #100 block w/ squirrel tail tote, G+; Stanley #101 block, Vg; instrument maker’s brass “Butterfly” round shave w/ high wings & 2” Stanley iron, Vg tiny brass bow shave w/ ¾” iron, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  229. 2 – Small routers: no name brass plate router w/ turned wooden knobs, 6 ¼” overall width, Vg; oval cast iron “finger-tip” router. Plate is 2 ½”X 1 ½”, G+ Sold For 50.00
  230. 6 – Assorted leatherworking tools: C.S. Osborne, half-moon broad head knife, Vg; unsigned stitch marking tool, G; 5 ½” splitting knife; 3  - various tool holders, G-Vg Sold For 90.00
  231. 4 – Various tools: L.L. Hull, Clinton, Ct., tool holder w/ tips under brass screw-cap, Vg; jeweler’s hand vise w/ rosewood handle, vg; German, jeweler’s frame/fret saw w/ adjustable arm & rosewood grip, Vg; G.D. Dunham, glass cutter w/ brass collar & wooden handle, Vg. (missing diamond tip) Sold For 70.00
  232. 3 – Stanley edge rabbet planes: #98 right edge, complete w/ depth stop, Vg; #99 left edge, complete w/ depth stop, Vg; #79 two-way w/ depth stop, Vg Sold For 160.00
  233. 4 – Block planes: Sargent VBM #5206 pressed steel block, vg; Stanley: Bailey #23-9” transitional block, Vg; #65 low angle block w/ knuckle-joint cap, G+; #110 w/ nickel plated palm cap, Vg Sold For 25.00
  234. 2 – Corrugated jack planes: Stanley Bailey #4-C  w/ lg. knob, repaired handle, G=G+; V&B, 8 ¾” w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg Sold For 60.00
  235. Siegley’s #2 combination molding plane, w/ canvas roll of 18 blades, Vg Sold For 140.00
  236. Keen Kutter red painted cast iron match pocket. Embossed trademark back to hang on wall w/ box/pocket, Vg Sold For 20.00
  237. Tray lot Winchester & Keen Kutter collectible/tools: Winchester trademark: #7695 spatula/knife; #4715-2” socket handle  wood chisel, G+; side cutters, F+; counter-sink auger bit; collector buckle; Keen Kutter, reproduction cast iron wall plaque Sold For 50.00
  238. Shipwright’s brace w/ 5 – various snell-tip wooden pads. Wooden brace has round shaped socket w/ upper spring catch & upper/lower brass furrels. The brace has a rosewood knurl, Vg Sold For 110.00
  239. Rare, all wood Archimedean awl/drill. This rosewood drill has a spiral turned shaft, ball grip, round turned pump w/ bone furrels. Appears to be 18th century, upper collar of shaft has portion missing, G+ Sold For 170.00
  240. Tray lot 4 – drilling devices: Reid, Phila. Archimedes drill, G; German ball brace, missing ball; simple 8” brace, G; Roger’s auger handle w/ oak grips, G+ Sold For 35.00
  241. Homemade cherry wood Shipwright’s brace w/ spur tip pod auger, vg. The brace odd shaved & turned frame, turned knurl, & wooden pressure sprung pod. Sold For 35.00
  242. 2 – Drilling devices: Shipwright’s brace w/ snell tip auger pod in tapered shaft chuck, 8” sweep, G+-Vg; Machhli Brand bow drill on ball-bearings shaft rosewood spool & peg grip Sold For 45.00
  243. Tray lot assorted tools: small T-handle auger w/ twist bit; Herbert & Sons Ltd. T-handle core sample auger w/ sheath; 2 – counter-sink & 2 – spoke pointer augers; 2 – small cabinet maker’s screwdrivers, G+ Sold For 35.00
  244. 2 – Wooden measuring devices: hat makers’ brim slitting/marking gauge w/ brass adjustable slitting arm, brass stop screw & brass bracing, Vg; 11 ½” wooden frame compass w/ steel tip & brass pencil socket, Vg Sold For 50.00
  245. Tray lot assorted tools: LG adjustable watch wrench, E; jeweler’s hand vise w/ ¼” wide jaw, Vg; early key-hole saw pad, G; 2 – straight razors; bottle wrench; etc. Sold For 45.00
  246. 5 – Various measuring devices: Woodsmith “Special Edition” #502 set-up gauge, NIB; late Stanley #30 angle divider, missing parts; refinished Stanley #30, parts missing, Stanley #18 flush-T bevel, Vg; “what’s it” rule Sold For 130.00
  247. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: 10” mahogany level w/ bone viewing plate, marked 102; 8” combination level/try square w/ marking awl in handle, G; Henry Disston & Sons, 12” combination level/rule, G+; Stanley “sweetheart” #20-5” try square, Vg; Keen Kutter 10” try square, G+ Sold For 50.00
  248. Tray lot military type tools: U.S. marked ordinance table gauge w/ US marked case; M15 sight grenade launcher on 12” wooden level, G+; Swift & Anderson, sight level, Vg; odd three-compartment tin (gun powder??) Sold For 50.00
  249. Currier’s tin document box w/ green paint & hinged door, G+ (missing original strap) Sold For 10.00
  250. 2 – Small handsaws: unsigned, 16”-10pt. w/ brass split-nuts, G+-Vg; Disston & Sons #7-16”-11pt. w/ nib, Vg Sold For 55.00
  251. “What’s It” 10” dagger w/2 ½” wide blade, saddle grip, G. Possible barking slick adaption?? Sold For 120.00
  252. Geo. Bishop, pat. 1-9-1906, #10-14” reversible back saw, Vg Sold For 55.00
  253. 3 – Handsaws: Jennings, 8” key-hole saw w/ fishtail open grip handle, Vg; keyhole saw w/ make-do homemade oak handle; 5” brass back miter saw w/ turned grip, Vg Sold For 17.50
  254. J. Padley & Co., Sheffield, 13” bow/turning saw, replaced tension line & stop, Vg Sold For 20.00
  255. Fence maker’s 18” post hole saw w/ walnut frame, quick-release lever, ram’s horn nut on tension rod, G+ Sold For 40.00
  256. Fulton, 3 ½” socket handle slick w/ original turned handle, G+ Sold For 130.00
  257. 3 – Planes: Winchester trademark #3005 bench jack, G; Stanley Bailey #3 bench jack, G (handle cracked); Stanley “sweetheart” #75 bullnose rabbet, G+ Sold For 85.00
  258. 4 – Various tools: Homemade oak frame stair builders saw, G+; wooden spoke shaved, signed Phila. & New York Institutes, Vg; Stanley 6” iron machine level w/ embossed cast frame, pat. 6-20-90, Vg; no-name #22P-2ft. wooden folding rule, Vg Sold For 25.00
  259. 4 – Measuring devices: Stanley #36-12” iron level, G+-Vg; 3 – various combination squares, G Sold For 55.00
  260. 4 – Stanley edge tools: #67 universal spoke shave, missing fence, Vg; #39-3/8” dado plane, G; #130 dbl. end block, F-G; late #220 block, Vg Sold For 65.00
  261. Tray lot drilling devices: Stanley #02-945- 10” ratchet brace, Vg; thumb-screw brace, G; assorted auger bits Sold For 25.00
  262. 2 – Wooden threading blocks w/ matched dies: 7/8” & 1”, G+ Sold For 75.00
  263. Stanley #0-30” wooden level, Vg. Sold For 12.50
  264. 4 – Edge tools: Harris (un-attributed, possible Lancaster Co.) cooper’s adze w/ octagon/round socket, F-G; Germantown, shingling half hatchet, F-G; I. Cox (unknown) shingle full hatchet w/ octagon poll, F Sold For 20.00
  265. Tray lot assorted softbound tool references: The Handplane Book, by Garrett Hack; American Wooden Planes & supplement to, by Emil Pollak, Stanley Tools Catalog #34, 1952; Prices Realized on Rare Imprinted American Wood Planes Sold For 20.00
  266. Union Factory, H. Chapin, #236 handled screw arm plow plane w/ fruitwood threads, knobs, & stop, brass stop screw, Vg Sold For 45.00
  267. 2 – Wooden screw arm plow planes: Scioto Works, #100 handled, threads have some damage & front knob is cracked, G; Arrowmammett Works, handled, P. Sold For 50.00
  268. 2 – English brass tipped slide arm plow planes: C. Nurse & Co., London, w/ brass escutcheon side stop screw, G+-Vg; Hibernia, Marples & Sons, 1918, Vg Sold For 40.00
  269. 2 – Continental wooden screw arm planes: unsigned, plow plane w/ round bottom fence w/ inside fence stops & wing-type nuts, Vg; R. Lamartine, fruitwood small plow w/ inside wafer stops & outside knobs, G+ Sold For 75.00
  270. Wooden splint spill plane (?), branded H.B. Haworth. The plane has narrow brass channel, iron set in brass shield throat, iron held by tail press-screw, Vg Sold For 60.00
  271. 5 – Wooden planes: unsigned, fixed two-iron sash molding plane, G; Parker, Hubbard & Co. side bead molding, vg; homemade small router, G+; handle maker’s hollow block, marked T. Harper, vg; 4 ½” coffin block w/ iron sole plate, Vg Sold For 40.00
  272. 7 – Assorted small hammers: V.C. & Co., Germany jeweler’s planishing ball-peen, Vg; 2 – 3oz. rivet hammers, G+-Vg; 2 – 2oz. ball-peens: Heller Tools, Vg; Craftsman, G; 2 – toy claw hammers, vg Sold For 80.00
  273. Keen Kutter embossed camp hatchet w/ hickory handle, vg Sold For 35.00
  274. 2 – Camping hatchets: Winchester trademark w/ nail clip, replaced hickory handle, G+; Bridgeport Hardware “Official Boy Scout” w/ iron braced handle, G Sold For 45.00
  275. Cutco #1069 serrated edge hunter’s sheath knife, Vg Sold For 60.00
  276. 2 – English wooden brass tipped slide arm planes: Mathieson & Son, sash fillister w/ boxwood knick blade wedge & infill edge, Vg, owner struck John Bell; John Moseley & Son, London, plow plane w/ brass escutcheon stop screw, Vg Sold For 35.00
  277. 2 – European wooden molding planes: horned screw arm Badger plane w/ wide cradle/fence, spear tipped knife edge, ball-tip threads, G+; Mathieson & Son, dado (??) plane w/ off-set handle   Sold For 45.00
  278. 5 – Various coach builder’s small rabbet planes: coffin edge rabbet; 2 – round; 1 – hollow; walnut circular; 1 – standard (most Vg.) Sold For 55.00
  279. W. Marples & Sons, Sheffield, R1914-3/1563, brass plate top wooden bench level w/ brass toe plates on lower side, Vg Sold For 30.00
  280. 2 – Measuring devices: pr. Stanley 3” trammel points w/ pencil holder on 5/8”X30” rail, Vg; Lufkin #8232 tailor’s square, G Sold For 35.00
  281. 2 – Small cast iron machine levels: Stanley R&L 6” w/ embossed cast sides & brass plate top, G+; unsigned 5 7/8” adjustable bench level w/ sloped ends, G+ Sold For 55.00
  282. 3 – Iron levels: Starrett 4 3/8” machine level, G+; 2 – Stanley #36: 6”, G; 9”, G Sold For 65.00
  283. 2 – Wooden fret saws, possibly Shaker community made: 1st maple construction w/ 4”x12” throat. It has turned rails mortised & pinned to turned post & turned secondary brace, peg turned handle; 2nd similar construction, but set in spring pump housing & has paddle deck, has repaired arm. Lot includes unknown housing w/ tuning peg stop screws. Both unusual for delicate fretwork Sold For 25.00
  284. 2 – Mortising gauges: Disston & Morss, Phila. rosewood w/ brass face plate, adjusting arm & plated rail, Vg; unmarked Stanley #92 butt/rabbet marking gauge, Vg Sold For 65.00
  285. 3 – Wooden marking gauges: unsigned Disston & Morss type rosewood mortise w/ brass face plate, Vg; Stanley: unmarked #71 dbl. arm gauge w/ brass inlay strips, G+; unmarked #74 dbl. arm gauge w/ brass face plate, pat. 10-22-1872, Vg Sold For 55.00
  286. 4 – Edge tools: Stanley: #220 block plane, vg; #53 spoke shave, G+; Fulton (#130 type) dbl. end block plane, G; Western German hollow shave, vg Sold For 25.00
  287. 2 – Bench planes & angle gauge: V-B #904-9 ½” jack plane w/ square top rails (similar to Bedrock), Vg; Defiance 14” fore plane, G; Shapleigh Hardware Co. “Diamond Edge” angle gauge, Vg Sold For 50.00
  288. 2 – Winchester trademark planes: #3006-C wide jack, G; #3089 low angle block w/ knuckle-joint cap, G+ Sold For 70.00
  289. Stanley Bailey #5 bench jack, N.I.B Box is orange slide-over box from pre-WWII era Sold For 75.00
  290. 4 – Stanley transitional bench planes: R&L #35 jack w/ 1902-10 arch strike, Vg; Bailey #35 jack w/ pat. date on  nose, G; Bailey #22 block, Vg; #22 block w/ Liberty Bell cap, F+-G Sold For 45.00
  291. Troemner, iron based balance scales w/ square high edge & round plateaus, no weights, Vg; Sold For 20.00
  292. Union Mfg. #7 bench jointer plane w/ rosewood handle & lg. knob, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  293. L. Bailey’s patent, 12-24-1867, 17 ¾” bench jointer, Vg. Planes iron & chip guard are both marked with Bailey’s patent, but the deck & frog are unmarked Sold For 50.00
  294. Stanley Bailey #3 bench jack w/ Bailey’s patent marked chip guard & 1902-10, arch strike, Vg. Deck is unmarked Sold For 40.00
  295. Unsigned, Lion trimmer, Vg+. This miter trimmer is guillotine type w/ lever operation & two angle stops Sold For 35.00
  296. E.J. Cady & Co., Chicago, Exact Automatic Micrometer. Stand model lever operated micrometer w/ 6 ½” dial, Vg. (possibly needs re-calibration) Sold For 130.00
  297. A.E. Cunningham, Worcester, Mass. automatic hand crank saw setting tool, self-advancing, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  298. 4 – Various shaves: Sargent VBM, 4” “Gent’s” shave w/ wood ball grips, Vg; TM wooden spoke shave w/ 3 ½” iron, G+; 2 – Cooper’s inside bucket shaves, both have added hardwood sole plates, G+ Sold For 50.00
  299. 3 – Hatchets: Bridgeport Hardware “Boy Scout” camp hatchet w/ sheath, G+; W. Brady (William Brady, Lancaster, Pa.) shingling half hatchet, G; Wm. Beatty & Sons, Chester, Pa. (w/ steer) shingling half hatchet, Vg Sold For 35.00
  300. 5 – Metalworking hammers: unsigned 12oz. rivet, Vg; 4 – ball-peen: Heller, 4oz. Vg; unsigned 4oz. Vg; 20oz. owner struck H.T. Roast, Harrisburg, G; 20oz. owner struck A.E. Beam (?) Sold For 45.00
  301. 3 – Hatchets: Underhill, kitchen hatchet, G; (?), Phila. cruise hatchet w/ lower lug, G+; Plumb, “Boy Scout of America” hand axe, G+-Vg Sold For 40.00
  302. 3 – Drawknives: P.S. & W. Co. 10” carpenter’s, F; Hubbard 9 ½” sag-back, G; P.S. & W. Co. 10”, G. Sold For 45.00
  303. 3 – Claw hammers: 2 – Cheney patent nail holder claws: 16oz. octagon poll Vg; 16oz adze-eye/poll, G; unsigned 16oz, bell face w/ notch back of claw, F-G. Sold For 20.00
  304. 5 – Various Railway signed tools: LVRR (Lehigh Valley) rim/tiring dog, marked P. Bennett, Vg; I.R. Co. dbl. face hammer, F; PRR (Pa. RR) creasing hammer; 2 – spike mauls, F: LRR (Lehigh Valley); PRR (Pa. railroad) Sold For 50.00
  305. Hand wrought cooper’s adze, signed Gilpin, poll cracked, F Sold For 25.00
  306. Cooper’s adze, signed S. Hays (?), split in tail, G. Sold For 10.00
  307. 3 – Hand wrought edge tool heads: center-bit posthole mortise axe, signed Leveret, (?) NY, w/ lower log, G; European attributed hatchet w/ triangular eye, & lower nail clip, F; McMinn (?), dubbing adze w/ pin poll, G. Sold For 35.00
  308. 3 – Axe heads: Black Raven, embossed dbl.-bit felling axe, F; Keen Kutter, embossed dbl.-bit felling axe, F-F+; P.S. & W. camp hatchet, G+ Sold For 130.00
  309. 5 – Various tools: unsigned stone masons’ bush hammer, G+; stone mason’s dressing hammer, relic; smith’s dbl.-head creasing hammer, G; Osborne, saddler’s/upholsterers’ claw hammer, G; patented reverse claw tack hammer, F-G Sold For 35.00
  310. 3 – Drawknives: Noble Mfg. Co. 10” straight-back w/ adjustable angle handles, G; Stanley: #53 spoke shave, G+-Vg; #68 rabbet/spoke shave, Vg Sold For 55.00
  311. Stanley #112 adjustable scraper plane, Vg Sold For 100.00
  312. Stanley #10 ½ rabbet/jack plane, refinished some pitting, F+-G Sold For 100.00
  313. Stanley #40 scrub plane, Vg Sold For 70.00
  314. Stanley Bailey #10 ½ rabbet/jack plane, V-strike circa 1912-20, possible crack on left rail above arch, G-G+ Sold For 70.00
  315. Stanley Bailey #2 smooth jack bench plane, 1910-12 R&L arch strike, deck is unmarked, Vg Sold For 130.00
  316. Sargent VBM #507 rabbet/block plane, G+-Vg Sold For 95.00
  317. Stanley #239 weather-stripping plow plane, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  318. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #7-C bench jointer plane w/ rosewood handle & high knob, G+-Vg Sold For 100.00
  319. 2 - Stanley planes: Victor #20 adjustable circular/compass plane, w/ pat. 2-7-93 on frame, P-F (welded adjusting socket at throat); #78 rabbet/fillister, missing fence otherwise Vg Sold For 25.00
  320. 3 – Various block planes: Sargent #505 bullnose/rabbet block, Vg; Stanley “sweetheart”#65 low angle, G+; Jordan, Germany, #1130 dbl.-ender block, G+ Sold For 45.00
  321. Stanley Bailey #8 bench jointer plane w/ V-strike 1912-20, rosewood handle & low knob, initials carved in handle, G+ Sold For 95.00
  322. Siegley #6-C bench fore plane w/ pat. 12-5-93 on screw cap, Vg Sold For 50.00
  323. Keen Kutter #K-171 router, pat. 10-29-01 embossed on deck, Vg Sold For 85.00
  324. The Standard Rule Co. 14 ¼” jack plane, pat. 10-30-1883, w/ saddle held screw cap, Vg Sold For 170.00
  325. 2 – Edge tools w/ original boxes: Stanley #66 Universal hand beader, NIB (box rough, but new condition & blades included); Sargent #5326 rabbet/fillister, NIB Sold For 180.00
  326. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #6-C fore w/ rosewood handle & low knob, G+-Vg; “sweetheart” #7-C jointer, rosewood handle (repaired) & high knob, G+ Sold For 100.00
  327. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: early #5 ½ “smooth” jack w/ rosewood handle & low knob, Vg; #5 ½-C jack w/ rosewood handle & high knob, G+ Sold For 65.00
  328. 3 – Block planes: no-name “Birdsill Holly” type frame 6” block w/ primitive adjusting lever & screw-top cap, G+-Vg; German, #1130 dbl. ender w/ Stanley iron, G; Stanley #60 “odd cap” low angle block w/ pressed steel adjustment housing & cap is pressed steel w/ Teflon screw cap, Vg Sold For 35.00
  329. Rare, Stanley Bailey #1 small jack w/ “L. Bailey’s Patent,…” on iron & chip guard, rosewood handle & knob, Vg Additional Photo: One & Two Sold For 1,050.00
  330. 2 – Tools: Brass violin maker’s round plane w/ screw-in dowel handle, unknown maker & era, Vg; Stanley #40-12” “Bone/ivory” & nickel silver folding caliper rule, Vg Sold For 140.00
  331. Winchester trademark #3030-C bench fore plane, restored Vg Sold For 35.00
  332. Stanley Bailey #7 bench jointer, post WWII era, G+-Vg Sold For 70.00
  333. Tray lot 3 – Various tools: Keen Kutter #KS3-12” brass capped sherry wood level, Vg; hand reloading shell casing trimmer, G+; The Crandell & Godley Co. 3” x 12” confectioner’s palette/knife, Vg Sold For 50.00
  334. 8 – Buck Bros. socket handle firmer chisels (4- chamfer top), G-Vg Sold For 180.00
  335. 10 – Various firmer chisels: ¾” socket handle corner, Vg; 5 – Buck Bros. tang handle, G-Vg; 4 – chamfer top socket handle by various makers, G-Vg Sold For 120.00
  336. John Bell AGT, Phila. wooden screw arm plow plane w/ fruitwood knobs & stops, G Sold For 35.00
  337. 2 – Wooden planes: unsigned, slide-arm plow plane, F-G; P. Chapin maker, Baltimore, screw arm adjustable sash molding plane, G+ Sold For 20.00
  338. Tray lot drilling devices: J.T. Kent, Sheffield, wooden brace w/ brass inlay bracing & thumbscrew chuck, oak replacement knurl, G-G+; Lang Tool Co. #4 adjustable hollow auger, Vg; 10pc. auger bit set in canvas roll; small spoke pointer auger, F Sold For 30.00
  339. *Project lot: 3 – wooden molding planes, F-G: unsigned, handled 3” panel raising plane, handle crack & iron pitted; Union Factory, H. Chapin, #160-2” jack rabbet, missing 1 – spur otherwise Vg; Greenfield Tool Co. #639-3 ½” altered panel plane to raise bead (good condition) Sold For 10.00
  340. Lion “Universal Cutter” #4 mitre trimmer, Vg Sold For 65.00
  341. 3 – Wooden molding planes: Union Factory, H. Chapin, #23-1 ¾” hollow plane, Vg; Samuel Newgould, horned smooth/block, G+; homemade round horned block, brass toe plate, G Sold For 20.00
  342. 2 – Wooden bench planes: Scioto Works 22” plank jointer, G+-Vg Sold For 10.00
  343. Pennsylvania Saw Corp, #375-3G, cross-cut saw, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  344. 3 – Handsaws: Hanson Tool Co. #010-20-9pt., Vg; Disston & Sons #D8-20”-12pt. G+-Vg; Yake & Parkin, Sheffield 18”-11pt w/ brass split-nuts, F-G Sold For 15.00
  345. 4 – Stanley measuring devices: #89 clapboard siding gauge, pat. 1-31-1888, Vg; #95 butt marking gauge, Vg; #98 dbl.-arm marking, missing disc wheels, F; #65 wooden marking gauge, cracked fence, F. Sold For 20.00
  346. Tray lot assorted tools: Eifel-flash pliers/wrench, G+; 4 – Ford trademark wrenches/pliers, G; early keyhole saw pad w/ turned fruitwood handle & brass collar, Vg; 2 – Stanley four-fold wooden rules: #27, G+; #163, F-G; etc. Sold For 35.00
  347. 5 – Stanley wooden caliper/rules: 3 - #36 ½-2ft. two-fold, G-Vg; 2 - #136 ½-6”, G& Vg Sold For 30.00
  348. Tray lot tape measures & tool references: Dietzgen “Gem” 25ft., in original box, Vg; Stanley Defiance #1260-6ft., Vg; Lufkin 50ft. cloth tape, in original box, Vg; Roe Standard 100ft. steel tape measure, Vg; 3 – various tool reference reprints, S.B. Sold For 35.00
  349. 6 – Assorted measuring devices: Stanley: #95 butt marking gauge, G; #93 butt marking, Vg; #91 dbl. arm marking, damaged;  line level, G; K&E #1782 parallel rule, G+; Millers Falls #590-9” torpedo level, G Sold For 25.00
  350. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #6-C fore, chipped ear on handle, high knob, F+-G; #5 ¼ “junior” jack, abused G; #3 smooth jack, w/ R&L 1910-12 strike, chipped rail at toe, G Sold For 55.00
  351. 3 – Stanley “sweetheart” planes: #S5 jack, pressed steel, refinished F+G; Bailey #6 fore, rust at toe, G-G+; 6 ¼” pressed steel block w/ knuckle-joint cap, G Sold For 40.00
  352. 3 – Stanley planes: Bailey #4-C bench jack, post WWII w/ plastic adjuster knob, Vg; Bailey #24 transitional block, Vg; #103 block, Vg Sold For 20.00
  353. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #6-C w/ V-strike circa 1912-20, G-G+; “sweetheart” #5-C jack, G+ Sold For 60.00
  354. 2 – Stanley Bailey #5 bench jack planes: 1st w/ arch strike, circa 1910-12, rosewood handle & low knob, G+; post WWII w/ rosewood handle & high knob, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  355. 4 – Various tools: Pexto, shingling half hatchet w/ octagon poll, Vg; Witherby, 2” socket handle firmer chisel, F+-G; North Bros. “Yankee”, pat. 3-15-1910, pump drill, Vg; Millers Falls #77 hand drill, Vg Sold For 45.00
  356. 4 – Various drills: Goodell-Pratt #5 ½ B hand drill, G; Mohawk Shelburne, #1770884 breast drill, G+; Millers Falls: #2B hand drill, Vg; two-speed breast drill w/ 4” wheel, G Sold For 50.00
  357. 2 – Stanley wooden four-fold rules: “sweetheart” #66 ½-3ft. w/ brass oxbow joint, Vg; #7-2ft. “blind man’s” rule, G Sold For 7.50
  358. 4 – Stanley wooden four-fold 2ft. rules: 2 – “sweetheart” #62 brass bound w/ square joint, G-G+; #27 w/ round joint, G+; #163 w/ round joint, Vg Sold For 20.00
  359. 2 – Long wooden rules: Ridgley #4-6ft brass bound straight rule, G+; unsigned slide-by story pole w/ brass screw clamp, Vg Sold For 12.50
  360. 4 – Various wooden rules: Lufkin: #8132 tailor’s frame square, Vg; #7122 yard stick, G; Westcott #R630B yard stick, G+; Southern Pump & Tank Co. fold-out advertising tank dip measure, G Sold For 7.50
  361. John Veit, Phila. wooden 22” handled jointer  plane, G Sold For 7.50
  362. 3 – Wooden planes: New York Tool Co. handled block w/ 1889, date on nose of plane & inlaid bone/ivory accent star on wedge & dots around button, G+; J.T. Jones, Phila.  round block w/ owner I.H. embossed strike, Vg; small homemade core box plane, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  363. 4 – Wooden molding planes: pr. Thos. Appleton, Boston, handled match T&G plane set, G; A. Cummings, Boston, 1 ¼” handled tongue plane, Vg; Ohio Tool Co. ½” handled tongue plane, G Sold For 40.00
  364. 7 – Various adjustable wrenches: GTD 6” Stillson wrench, Vg; Trimo 10” pipe wrench, G; 4 – “Monkey” wrenches, most Coe’s patent by various makers, F-G Sold For 25.00
  365. 5 – Various tools: Alex Rowland, NY, pat. 1-22-1889, brass adjustable glass circle cutter, Vg; pr. C-clamps w/ lg. butterfly wing nuts; small jeweler’s bench vise, F; ½” wooden threading screw block, G Sold For 35.00
  366. 4 – Lg. screwdrivers: C&S Ltd. 1944, cabinet maker’s turn screw, Vg; Irwin 16” solid handle, G+; Stanley ’86 turn screw, handle has carved scent, G; Sheffield, 14” turn screw, Vg Sold For 40.00
  367. Davis Level & Tool Co. 12” cast iron frame adjustable level w/ brass compass gauge & half round spirit level, G+ Sold For 150.00
  368. 3 – Collectibles: Ford Tool Chest #13: 5 - miniature tools in matchbox, Vg; Keystone shaped paper weight w/ Shannon & Co., Phila. “Sargent Hardware” 1744, G+; Lufkin Tools screw thread calculator wheel, paper F-G Sold For 12.50
  369. 3 – Various tools: C. Disston, 18” knife/saw combination tool, Vg; Buck Bros. tang handle #20 carving gouge, Vg; Keen Kutter, socket handle 1 ¾” firmer chisel, refinished, G+ (weak strike) Sold For 45.00
  370. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #6-C fore, G+-Vg; #5-C jack, G-G+; #3 smooth jack, rosewood handle (cracked) & high knob, G+ Sold For 95.00
  371. 2 – Stanley gauges, Vg: #200 honing gauge w/ adjustable roller stem; #49 bit depth gauge Sold For 20.00
  372. Stanley #278 rabbet and fillister plane, w/ adjustable fence, Vg Sold For 140.00
  373. 2 – Stanley planes: #248 light duty plow plane w/ fence, Vg; #39- ½” dado plane, no blades, G+ Sold For 55.00
  374. Early, Stanley Miller’s Patent #49 flip-bottom T&G plane w/ pat. July.6.1875. on rail, G+-Vg Sold For 55.00
  375. Tray lot assorted tools & hardware: Millers Falls, rosewood combination tool holder w/ 10 tools, Vg; German steel pocket tape measure, G; sliding-T bevel, G; 5” spring back divider, Vg; 4” wing divider, G+; assorted hardware Sold For 22.50
  376. 3 – Hardbound tool references: Traditional Woodworking Hand Tools, by Graham Blackburn, 1998; The Victorian Catalogue of Tools for Trades and Crafts, by Phillip Walker, 1994; Illustrated Encyclopedia of Woodworking Hand Tools…, by Graham Blackburn, 1974 Sold For 45.00
  377. 3 – Tool references: H.B. The Stanley Plane…, by Alvin Sellens, EAIA 1975; P.B. Stanley Tools #110, 1911 catalogue, re-print by Roger Smith; S.B. Collecting Antique Tools, by Herbert Kean & Emil Pollak, 1990, Sold For 17.50
  378. 8 – Various S.B. tool reference/guides/how-to booklets: James Howarth & Sons catalogue, reprint 1988; D. Stolp, catalog January 1, 1915, re-print EAIA 1982; 3 – various Woodwright’s series books, by Roy Underhill; 1914, Henry Disston & Sons, Phila., catalog re-print by Roger  Smith 1984; American Foot Power and Hand Power Machinery, by Kenneth L. Cope, 2001; Living Crafts Historic Tools, the Crafts & Collection of the Landis Valley Museum, by Michael Emery & Irwin Richman, autographed by authors, 2013 Sold For 40.00
  379. Lg. box lot of assorted tool reference & how-to books (look for yourself) Sold For 10.00
  380. H. Gerstner & Sons, model C52 oak machinist tool chest w/ lift lid, 11 – interior drawers behind slide-in door, G+. Chest has owner’s tag & Association of Machinist & Aerospace Workers label.     Sold For 210.00
  381. Stanley #850 oak tool chest w/ tambour roll door. The upright counter top chest has partial collection of tools, including: ratchet brace; rivet hammer; zig-zag rule; combination square; wooden level; block plane; etc. Vg. Additional Photo: One & Two Sold For 150.00
  382. Fine, Oak machinist tool chest (bench made). The chest has lift lid storage, 3-1-3 over 3 drawers & 4 ½” wide lift out keeper. The keeper has pin & spring pin keepers. E Additional Photo: One Sold For 75.00
  383. Pa. German form “Goosewing” axe, Vg. This right hand axe has traditional tapered socket w/ bent-out tapered exterior, tombstone shaped opening above beard, raised weld chip deflector. The axe has partial embossed initial strike. Additional Photo: One Sold For 130.00
  384. W. Beatty (William, Chester, Pa. 1813-36) side broad axe w/ #2 on upper face butt & axe signed on reverse. The axe has upper & lower lugs & chamfer filed accent on rims, 1 3/8” reveal butt from eye, Vg. Additional Photo: One Sold For 50.00
  385. Brady, Lancaster, Pa. (small strike) 3 ½” socket handle slick w/ late turned oak handle, some surface pitting on reverse, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 80.00
  386. J.B. Stohler (John Beamesderfer Stohler, Scheafferstown) felling axe w/ odd 2 rivet repair to crack in butt of axe, G+. The repair makes this axe something special. *check it out Additional Photo: One Sold For 35.00
  387. P. Fink (Phillip, working in Northern Lebanon Twp., Lebanon Co. 1850) carpenter’s adze w/ extended notch back square poll. The adze has file chamfer edges, Vg Sold For 260.00
  388. Stohler (attributed to J.B. Stohler) killing axe w/ rounded 1 ½’ pin extended from butt of common felling axe. The axe has lower lug, G+-Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 80.00
  389. Unsigned, 3 ½” socket handled slick w/ modern turned maple handle, slight arched 12” long blade, surface pitting G-G+ Sold For 55.00
  390. Hand wrought ice harvesting chisel/scraper w/ wrapped grasp & 6” wide blade,  Vg Sold For 75.00
  391. 2 – W. Beatty & Son, socket handle firmer chisels w/ modern ring topped handles, G+-Vg: 1” w/ Masonic square & compass punch strike; 1 3/8”, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  392. Hand wrought socket handle bill hook w/ festoon tool decoration. Unusual highly decoration for this form tool, Vg. Sold For 120.00
  393. 2 – Hand wrought reaping hooks: G. Miller (embossed small strike, attributed to George Miller working in 1777, in Warwick Twp. Lancaster Co.), G; J. Kirlin (possibly Jacob W., found in 1883, Scranton, Pa. directory), G. Additional Photo: One Sold For 45.00
  394. W. Brady (William Brady, Lancaster) barn framer’s 1 ¼” socket handle chisel w/ turned slick handle, G+-Vg Sold For 40.00
  395. 2 – Signed, Lancaster Co. made drawknives: G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, circa 1848, Lancaster City) 9” stop chamfer knife w/ modern turned handles, G+; W. Brady (William, mid-1800’s, Lancaster City) 10 ¾” carpenter’s w/ original shaved handles, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 30.00
  396. Noble Mfg. Co. 10” straight back drawknife w/ adjustable angle handles, Vg+ Sold For 35.00
  397. D.J. Moyer (Daniel J., working 1920, at Furnace in Robesonia, Berks Co. Pa.) two-bill millstone pick, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 120.00
  398. Germantown Tool Co., pat. 11-18-1884, shingling half hatchet w/ round poll, highly polished, Vg+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 120.00
  399. 2 – Unsigned socket handle corner chisels: 7/8” X 10” w/ modern brass ringed handle, G+; 1” X 12” w/ modern brass ringed handle Sold For 50.00
  400. J. Davis (attributed to Jacob Davis, working 1792, Caernarvon Twp. Berks/Lancaster border) knife edge broad squaring axe w/ Berks Co. traditional star pellet strikes around makers’ strike, Vg. The axe has upper & lower arch lug & extended butt, some file work around rim, 10 ¾” edge Additional Photo: One Sold For 65.00
  401. 7lb. dbl.-round “dead-blow” mallet w/ black & yellow accent paint, turned oak handle, Vg Sold For 45.00
  402. 2 – Brass measuring devices: Lg. Brass bar sliding metric calipers, 0-60Cm. The caliper has 4” jaws, Vg.; Compliments of Crane’s Shipyard & Dry docks, packer’s extendible measuring rod w/ pointed tips & extendible steel calibrated rule/arm, Vg  Sold For 60.00
  403. M.M. Edwards (Monroe M., Mt. Airy, Clay Twp., Lancaster Co., working 1880) felling axe w/ lower lug, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 40.00
  404. Continental European slipper foot axe “goosewing type” w/ 21 ½” rounded front & rear edge, floral tool work decoration & hook-tip notch. The axe is embossed initialed A.P., and has round off-set tapered socket. Excellent form to add to any collection. *note – reverse marked VI & has exposed weld line from making, no problems Additional Photo: One Sold For 330.00
  405. Wood & tin display anvil w/ black paint. Neat display piece that could be converted for use as indoor sign. Sold For 40.00
  406. New, bench top anvil w/ cast iron base, stainless 8 ½” head that has beak & horn Sold For 80.00
  407. Stanley Marsh #100 mitre vise, Vg Sold For 45.00
  408. 4 – Various “Hobby” bench vises, various makers & types, G-Vg Sold For 45.00
  409. 5 – Various tools: 6” combination pliers/hatchet tool, Vg; round head curling iron, often described as rivet tongs; hand wrought scissors/nipping shears w/ 2” blade & wrapped handles, G+; 6” pressed steel adjustable wrench; C. Hammond, Phila. brick layers’ hammer, Vg Sold For 30.00
  410. 4 – Various adjustable wrenches: Hand-E Wrench Co. pat. 9-20-1921, 10” slide adjust, Vg; Diamond Caulk Horse Shoe Co. dbl.-end, G;  Bemis & Call Co. combination, G; Bemis & Call Co. “type” combination, unsigned, G Sold For 120.00
  411. 6 – Various adjustable wrenches, F-G+: 3 – International Harvester; W&B 10” “Railroad Special”; Acme, twist rod handle; etc. Sold For 90.00
  412. 5 – Various adjustable wrenches, F-G: H.D. Smith, 14” pipe wrench; Bemis & Call combination (missing jaw plate); Samson Tool Co. 10” pipe wrench; Garrinton “Lapwing” 10”; P.S. & W., pat. 1-14-1896, Sold For 45.00
  413. Lufkin 300ft. surveyor’s chain tape w/ lg. steel framed spool & brass framed handle, G Sold For 60.00
  414. David White Co. #60272 engineer’s transit in mahogany case & transit legs. The transit  has 4 ½” Dia. Vernier gauge & 0-40% pitch gauge, G-G+ Sold For 65.00
  415. Brady (attributed to David Brady by strike comparison, circa 1824, Mt. Joy) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, F-G Sold For 50.00
  416. 3 – Edge tools: Corpier (?) socket handle firmer chisel (embossed strike), F+-G; Ogontz Tool Co. wooden block plane, G; D.K. Barton, #12 hollow plane, G Sold For 20.00
  417. Common Ground, branded three-tine oak shaking fork w/ maker’s paper tag J.M.J. Versiackas, Ohio. Reproduction shaking fork, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  418. 13” Wooden framed turning/bow saw w/ metal tension rod, Vg Sold For 25.00
  419. 20” Wooden framed buck saw w/ metal turn-buckle tension rod, G+ Sold For 20.00
  420. Cooper’s cherry wood Chiv plane w/ Robt. Sorby iron, lower grip/handle, &  steel plate infill, G+ Additional Photo: One Sold For 30.00
  421. 5 – Wooden edge tools: G.W. Popele, Sheffield, adjustable circular block plane w/ adj. plate & note, Vg; Kimberly & Son, wooden block plane w/ Sorby iron, G+; Ogontz Tool Co. wooden block plane; 2 – wooden unsigned scraper/shaves, G-Vg Sold For 20.00
  422. 3 – Wooden bench planes: Ogontz Tool Co. #13 raise handle 16” fore plane, Vg; Union  Factory, H. Chapin, #134-1” handled nosing plane, Vg; Ogontz Tool Co. #13-16” fore plane, cracked handle Sold For 17.50
  423. 4 – Various edge tools: hand wrought socket handle lathe gouge chisel, G; Buckingham, Farrier’s hoof knife, G; Keen Kutter “left hand” lopping/hewing broad hatchet w/ upper & lower  lugs, Vg; trophy award hatchet w/ Paul Bunyan award plate from Camp Fuji, 1981, Sold For 70.00
  424. 3 – Early metal frame braces: Colquhoun & Cadman, 12” w/ thumbscrew chuck, & rosewood knurl on ball-bearings, G; unsigned 12” w/ tapered socket chuck & knob grip, G; Taylor’s Patent 10” w/ spring lever chuck & iron cup knurl, G-G+ Sold For 20.00
  425. 2 – Wooden frame braces: D. Smith (owner attributed to Lancaster, Pa.) 8” cherry wood brace w/ brass push-button chuck & fancy rosewood knurl, Vg; Chair or broom maker’s sweep stock w/ two-part wedge-chuck, 10” sweep & 4” dia. knurl cap, G+-Vg Sold For 55.00
  426. William Marples, Sheffield “Ultimatum brass frame brace” w/ Hibernia Works brass cap on knurl, G+-Vg. The brace has rosewood infill, rosewood & brass grip, rosewood knurl on brass stem. Additional Photo: One Sold For 180.00
  427. Centrifugal type Archimedean drill w/ brass ball tipped bar fly-wheel. The drill has maple spool pump knob & ball grip, Vg Sold For 40.00
  428.  William Marples, Sheffield “Ultimatum brass frame brace” w/ brass plate on rosewood knurl, G+-Vg. The brace has rosewood infill, rosewood & brass grip, rosewood knurl on brass stem. Additional Photo: One Sold For 160.00
  429. 2 – Small tools: C.S. Osborne & Co. small leather lace slitting gauge w/ brass adjustable head & rosewood handle, Vg; New, unknown maker, rosewood adjustable chamfer plane, E Sold For 60.00
  430. 4 – Various edged shave tools: Stanley #53 spoke shave, Vg; 5 ½” stop chamfer shave w/ tiger maple egg grips, Vg; Townsend, scorp/shoe peg shave w/ mahogany handle, Vg; unknown maker, single handle scraper/shave w/ swing-lever blade stop, Vg Sold For 45.00
  431. 3 – Small tools: German, adj. back hack/jeweler’s saw w/ turned handle, Vg; cast iron hand drill w/ open cast handle & 2 ¼” wheel, Vg; cast iron hand spring-jaw hand vise w/ oak handle, Vg Sold For 55.00
  432. 3 – Wooden scraper/shaves: E.C. Atkins & Co. transitional w/ maple horn grips & iron bridge cap, Vg; unknown maker, cherry & maple horned grips w/ brass bridge cap, Vg; owner signed J. Reeb, w/ brass throat brace & cast iron bridge, Vg Sold For 55.00
  433. Rare, Stanley Miller’s Patent #43 combination plow plane w/ floral embossed cast  iron frame & ornate “Gooseneck” fence, G+- Additional Photo: One Sold For 110.00
  434. Unmatched Stanley plane set: Stanley #45 combination molding plane, damaged fence & no blades;  & Stanley #55 blade set w/ 4 racks of blades, G Sold For 160.00
  435. Tray lot assorted measuring devices & ephemera: 15” rosewood & brass handled try square, G+; 7” winged divider/compass w/ ornate cast stop screw, G; 16oz. brass plumb bob w/ screw cap & steel tip, G+; 10” flush-T bevel gauge, G; 2 – vintage Disston guide/manuals; etc Sold For 40.00
  436. 3 – Wooden molding planes: R.A. Parrish, Phila. wedge arm sash molding plane, G; Israel White, Phila. ¾” Grecian ogee w/ bead, full hardwood dovetailed boxing, G; unsigned, 5 ¾” long “Cock’s bead”/side bead molding plane, G Sold For 40.00
  437. Owasco Tool Co. #115 screw arm plow plane w/ brass side depth stop screw, ball tipped thread, turned knobs & stops, missing wedge, otherwise Vg Sold For 20.00
  438. Marples & Sons, Sheffield, screw arm plow plane w/ rosewood ball tipped threads (brass diamond inlay) knob, & stops, G+ Sold For 35.00
  439. 4 – Wooden molding planes: H. Wells, North Hampton, Mass. handled tongue plane, Vg; homemade complex Grecian ogee w/ slot-cut handle, G. (odd looking, but high reveal molding); 2 – unsigned molding planes, attributed to same maker (possible homemade): 1 5/8” fluting plane w/ fixed fence, G+-; 2” stepped two-level astragal bead, G+ Sold For 25.00
  440. 3 – Wooden handled molding planes: Reed, Utica, 3 ½” wide, altered cut; Geo. Burnham, Amherst, Mass. 2 ½” crown molding, F-F+ (central deep crack); Kennedy, Utica, 5/4” panel tongue w/ steel plated sole, G-G+ Sold For 55.00
  441. 2 – Oddity transitional era planes: altered, Reed, Utica, 16” fore plane w/ 3 – interchangeable pattern maker’s sole float/plate held w/ two mounting plates. The plane is initialed U.S.C.M. (unknown), & has matched hollow/round irons, G; unknown maker, brass frame transitional 20” jointer plane. The upper frame is unsigned cast brass w/ clip-edge throat & oval handle mount. The plate is mounted by 4 wood screws to wooden sole. The planes wooden lower is toast, but the upper deserves further research. A possible real rare piece. Additional Photo: One Sold For 25.00
  442. Stanley R&L #132 transitional bench jointer w/ lever adjustment & “Liberty bell” cap, Vg Additional Photo: One Sold For 30.00
  443. 3 – Transitional bench planes: Siegley 15” fore plane, G-G+; Stanley Bailey #22 block w/ altered rounded sole, G; Stanley Bailey #35 handled block w/ lateral adjustment, G+-Vg Sold For 45.00
  444. 2 – Iron bench jack planes: Foss patent smooth jack, *Note - missing adjustment plate from frog. Plane is 8 ¼” w/ original slot screw cap, G; Stanley R&L #4 jack w/ 1902-10 arch strike on iron, Bailey patent strike on chip guard, unmarked deck, cracked handle, G. Additional Photo: One Sold For 75.00
  445. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #3 jack w/ “Japan” marked blade, rosewood handle & knob, G+; #6 fore plane, replacement handle, G+ Sold For 55.00
  446. 2 – Early Stanley R&L block planes: #110 block w/ embossed star cap, G+; #103 w/ pressed steel lever blade adjuster, G-G+ Sold For 22.50
  447. 4 – Various metal planes: PEZ #48 aluminum frame core box plane w/ wooden knob & handle, missing iron & cap; Stanley #H102 pressed-steel block, G; Stanley “Handyman” #H1220 block, Vg; Western Germany #2200 block, Vg Sold For 17.50
  448. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #59 doweling jig w/ original box, G+; English, 5” brass back fine dovetail saw w/ turned handle, Vg; 3 – leatherworking finger-tip chisel/punches; etc. Sold For 20.00
  449. Box lot reproduction tool catalogs & references. Sold For 35.00
  450. Hilger & Watts Ltd., England, #112974 mine inspector’s/engineer’s transit w/ metal hard case & shielded spirit level, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  451. Stanley #45 ½-48” wooden adjustable mason’s plumb/level w/ V-strike, G+; Sold For 10.00
  452. 3-Limb Mahogany folding rafter lay-out combination plumb/level/pitch gauge w/ hide-in plumb bob, unknown maker, marked G & TR. Vg. Sold For 10.00
  453. 2 – Iron braces w/ various bits: unsigned 10” Scotch brace w/ lever-operated chuck & octagon frame w/ iron knurl, G; lg. 15” brace w/ thumb-screw chuck & rosewood knob on brass collar knurl, G; 6 – various screwdriver bits; 5 – spiral augers Sold For 25.00
  454. 2 – W. Brady  (William Brady, Lancaster, Pa.) socket handle timber frame mortise chisels: 1”X 7 ½”, F; 2” X 12”, G Sold For 65.00
  455. 6 – Assorted signed socket handle firmer chisels, F-G. Makers include: W. Butcher; W&T. Eadon; Charles Peace Sold For 40.00
  456. 3 – Handsaws: Henry Disston Sons Saw Co. #107-26”, G; Disston #D8-26”-5 ½ pt. w/ finger-tip handle, G; R.C. Alford, Phila. 28”-4 ½ pt. G. Sold For 40.00
  457. 4 – Handsaws, G. (look for yourself lot) Sold For 45.00
  458. Stanley #2513-48” brass bound mahogany level w/ original box, G+ Sold For 22.50
  459. 10 – Various tools: Stanley: 5 - #60 wood chisels w/ neoprene handles, G-G+; #166-6ft. white mason’s zig-zag rule, Vg; #106-6ft. white zig-zag rule, G+; Evans, #X40-6ft. zig-zag rule, G; Sparton, 6ft. zig-zag rule, G; Interlox #106-6ft. sliding rule, G+ Sold For 20.00
  460. 2 – Planes: Stanley Bailey #4 jack plane, G+; Craftsman #9L-6 ½” block plane, Vg Sold For 30.00
  461. 6 – Various tools: Stanley “100 Plus” #610 “egg beater” hand drill, Vg; 3 – various “Yankee” spiral screwdrivers, G-Vg; #32-10” brace, G+; Utility, small ratchet screwdriver, G Sold For 25.00
  462. 3 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons, #D8-26”-10pt., G+-Vg; Atkins #2-16” steel backsaw, Vg; H.K. Porter Co.-Disston, “Townsman” #T1-26”-9pt. G+ Sold For 40.00
  463. Tucker & Dorsey “Boy’s Hooster” buck saw. This 19” “Boy’s” buck saw is user toy w/ standard bucksaw frame & turn-buckle tension rod. Tucker & Dorsey are very well known for manufacturing early industrial carts & slaw board. Sold For 20.00
  464. 3 – Handsaw: Henry Disston & Sons (arch strike) 14” backsaw, G; Keen Kutter: 17-10pt., G; 26”-8pt., G Sold For 25.00
  465. 27” Bucksaw w/ red painted wood frame. The saw has a turnbuckle tension rod, G-G+ Sold For 17.50
  466. Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett, & Co. “OVB” 20”-12pt. handsaw w/ walnut handle, chip to ear, G+ Sold For 10.00
  467. Homemade 23” bow saw cherry wood slat & round frame w/ turned handles, tenon central brace, & tension rope w/ original turned peg stop, G+. One turning handle is early 20th century replacement. Sold For 20.00
  468. Late, 28” Bucksaw w/ 2” blade & heavy turnbuckle tension rod, G+ Sold For 15.00
  469. Homemade 30” cabinet maker’s fellow saw w/ 1 ½” wide re-saw blade, shape frame posts, softwood notched brace, turnbuckle twisted tension wire, G+ Sold For 20.00
  470. T. Livingston Patent 27” bucksaw w/ patent 9-14-1862 on steel plate on center rail. The saw has arch/shaped post, center rail & turn tension rod, G+ Sold For 22.50
  471. 4 – Various braces refinished G-G+: A.W. Streeter Pat. 1-6-1867 w/ turn jaw chuck; Millers Falls Rose Pat. 4-16-1867 & 9-15-1868 w/ turn jaw chuck; Saxton & Osgood Mfg. Osgood Patent 6-22-1886 & 4-19-1887, ratchet  brace; J. Taylor’s patent 6-30-1836, w/ push button lever chuck Sold For 30.00
  472. 4 – Various braces refinished G-G+: Millers Falls, Rose Pat. 4-16-1867 w/ rosewood grip & knurl; Davis Level & Tool Co., Rose patent 4-17-1883, w/ brass grip turn jaw; Homer Parker Patent 12-5-1893 ratchet turn jaw; John Mix Patent 6-17-1862, round socket thumbscrew stop Sold For 50.00
  473. 5 – Various braces refinished G-G+: Backus Mfg. W.W. Draper patent 7-11-1865, alligator turn jaw chuck; Fulton Special, Goodell patent 12-27-1892, ratchet brace; Stanley “sweetheart” #975; Consolidated Tool Works #210 ratchet brace; J. Taylor Patent 6-30-1836, lever chuck brace w/ steel cap knurl Sold For 30.00
  474. Tray lot large drilling devices: Goodell-Pratt #477 breast drill, refinished Vg; Goodell-Pratt pat. 3-31-1896, two-gear breast drill, refinished G-G+; 3 – extension bits, G Sold For 15.00
  475. 4 – Various braces refinished G-G+: L.M. & K Mfg., J. Zirikelback Patent 10-14-1890, ratchet brace; G. Holt Patent 12-14-1880, “Bird’s head” turn-screw squeeze jaw; Fulton Special, Goodell Patent 12-27-1892, ratchet brace; Millers Falls, Goodell Patent 7-14-1868, dbl-action turn-jaw chuck Sold For 25.00
  476. 3 – Various chain drills, G+ Sold For 15.00
  477. 5 – Various braces refinished G-G+: Stanley R&L #921-14” ratchet brace; Backus Mfg. W.W. Draper patent 7-11-1865, alligator turn jaw chuck; Backus Patent 11-16-1880, ratchet brace; Homer Parker Patent 10-8-1889, knurl marked; S.H. Co. “Sure Grip”, strike on knurl Sold For 55.00
  478. 3 – Tools: 1” socket handle corner chisel, G; 2 – “U.S.” Lansing-Connell, brass 20-70lb. beam scales (1 – marked Greenleaf, Chicago. G-Vg. Sold For 20.00
  479. 4 – Various tools: wooden marking gauge w/ brass plated arched fence & brass stop screw, G+; combination bead molding shave/knife, F; Stanley #1 “Odd Jobs” ten-in-one gauge, cracked base; 8oz. steel plumb bob, G Sold For 45.00

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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.