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Auctioneer Great Planes Trading Co. 314-497-7884
Auction Date May 04 Auction
Location
Humboldt Fairgrounds Building (Events Center)
311 6th Ave. North
Humboldt, IA
Time 02:35PM
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  • Lot# 21 - Unusual folding flue cleaner

    Lot# 21 - Unusual folding flue cleaner

  • Lot# 22 - MELLOR No. 1 BOX OPENER SEDALI

    Lot# 22 - MELLOR No. 1 BOX OPENER SEDALI

  • Lot# 23 - U.S. grubbing hoe with wooden

    Lot# 23 - U.S. grubbing hoe with wooden

  • Lot# 24 - Farrier’s buttress with w

    Lot# 24 - Farrier’s buttress with w

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AuctionZip Auctioneer ID# 23005
TWO DAYS of Antique and Farm Collectibles. This auction lists ONLY FRIDAY, MAY 4, 2018 LOTS. Please see the separate auction listing for Saturday's Auction of more! THIS IS A PARTIAL LISTING. More photographs will be added!

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1 - GOODELL-PRATT 30" brass & mahogany plumb & level GOODELL-PRATT 30-inch brass-bound mahogany plumb & level, both vials intact, initials “PAB” scratched into one side, very good overall.

2 - MOSELEY & SON LONDON double boxed side bead MOSELEY & SON LONDON (1819-1839) 7/8-inch double boxed side bead, very good.

3 - Pair of 28-inch brass-bound levels Pair of 28-inch brass-bound levels: Goodell-Pratt Company with the eagle logo on the top plate, big brass side views, level vial dry, good overall; and a AKRON ECLIPSE LEVEL No. 5, one screw missing from top plate covering plumb vial, some small paint splatters, both vials intact, will clean to very good overall.

4 - D.R. BARTON twin iron double boxed sash plane D.R. BARTON twin iron double boxed sash plane, very good.

5 - Goodell-Pratt 28-inch plumb & level Goodell-Pratt 28-inch plumb & level, both vials intact, has eagle logo in top plate, mahogany stock, very good overall.

6 - CURRIE twin iron complex profile molding plane CURRIE GLASGOW twin iron complex profile molding plane, very good.

7 - Pair of brass-bound levels Pair of brass-bound levels: 26-inch double plumb & level, all three vials intact, faint Stanley logo on top plate, one of the side views for a plumb vial has what appears to be a cut-down brass side view from a #30 level; some paint splatters, good overall; and a very good 24-inch SARGENT (Disston?) with both vials intact, one or two small paint specks, will clean to fine.

8 - Pair of GABRIEL No. 18 hollow and round planes Pair of GABRIEL No. 18 hollow and round planes (1770-1822), both very good.

9 - Stanley #102 10-inch cherry level Stanley #102 10-inch cherry level (1860-1866), very good.

10 - Pair of I LUND LONDON side rabbet planes Pair of I LUND LONDON (1805-1831) side rabbet planes, both very good.

11 - Unusual horned rabbet plane with L&I.J. WHITE blad Unusual horned rabbet plane with L&I.J. WHITE blade, very good.

12 - Early I (John) GREEN (1768-1808) round plane Early I (John) GREEN (1768-1808) round plane, very good.

13 - Large James Bee beech spokeshave Large James Bee beech spokeshave with screw-operated blade, nice brass wear strip, very good overall.

14 - Early toothing plane & a J.W. FARR N. YORK side b Early toothing plane with T. TURNER name stamped into toe, early round-topped JAS CAM iron, very good overall; plus a J.W. FARR N. YORK (1832-1850) 3/16-inch side bead with double boxing, very good.

15 - H.J. NAZRO & CO. MILWAUKEE 1" boxed side bead H.J. NAZRO & CO. MILWAUKEE (1848-59) 1-inch boxed side bead, boxing chipped at heel, very good.

16 - Millers Falls No. 502B corner brace Millers Falls No. 502B corner brace, complete and fine.

17 - Stearns flooring clamp Stearns flooring clamp, fine overall.

18 - Vaughan & Bushnell deck scraper Vaughan & Bushnell deck scraper, very good.

19 - Medium sized bung auger Medium sized bung auger, good overall.

20 - U.S. Forest Service grubbing hoe U.S. Forest Service grubbing hoe with original OD green canvas sheath that can be worn on a military-style ammo belt, marked U.S. fine overall.

21 - Unusual folding flue cleaner Unusual folding flue cleaner.

22 - MELLOR No. 1 BOX OPENER SEDALIA, MO MELLOR No. 1 BOX OPENER SEDALIA, MO, very good.

23 - U.S. grubbing hoe with wooden handle U.S. grubbing hoe with wooden handle, very good overall.

24 - Farrier’s buttress with wooden handle Farrier’s buttress with wooden handle, very good.

25 - Brace with integral hollow auger Brace with integral hollow auger, very good overall.

26 - Three jack planes Three jack planes: A. HOWLAND & CO. 15-inch wooden jack plane with W. BUTCHER iron, throat has been patched, good overall; STANLEY NO. 127 LIBERTY BELL jack plane with eagle logo on toe, circular logo with patent date on blade, good knob, tote has been replaced, good overall; and an OHIO TOOL CO. No. 026 transitional jack, tote spur broken off, good THISTLE BRAND blade, good overall.

27 - Two iron bench planes Two iron bench planes: Stanley #7 jointer, single patent date in bed, scuffed but intact tote and tall knob, very good BB-logo blade, has hang hole in toe, very good overall; and a Sargent #418 fore plane, tote broken and glued, good tall knob, will make very good user.

28 - Hand adz & a homemade hatchet Hand adz with extra long handle, very good; plus a homemade hatchet.

29 - Pair of iron bench planes Pair of iron bench planes: BEDROCK #605C RT with crack in side, good lever cap, tote broken, good tall knob, very good Q-logo blade, good overall; and a Chaplin’s Patent 18-inch fore plane with crude wooden handle, knob looks improper, good body, and blade and lever cap.

30 - Pair of drawknives Pair of drawknives: Keen Kutter with 10-inch blade, very good; and a homemade or blacksmith made example, very good.

31 - Stanley #35 transitional smooth plane Stanley #35 transitional smooth plane with first-type lateral lever, eagle logo and model number on toe, very good.

32 - Boxed set of NEW-THREAD tools made by Tieler Boxed set of NEW-THREAD tools made by Tieler Building and Engineering Co. Omaha, Nebraska, mailing address Bellevue, Nebraska, nice hinged wooden box in original red paint, all inside a tatty pasteboard box.

33 - Stanley #122 Liberty Bell smooth plane Stanley #122 Liberty Bell smooth plane, complete and very good.

34 - Pair of nickel-plated adjustable trammel points Pair of nickel-plated adjustable trammel points, both very good.

35 - Stanley #22 transitional smooth plane Stanley #22 transitional smooth plane, V-logo blade, BAILEY name cast into front of iron frame, good overall.

36 - Lot: small steel bevel; stitching awl, &c. Lot: small steel bevel; stitching awl, Stanley #7 scratch awl; 1/2-inch pinking iron; laboratory clamp; and leather knife?

37 - Stanley #24 prelateral transitional smooth plane Stanley #24 prelateral transitional smooth plane with faint eagle logo on toe, very good overall.

38 - Stanley #30 30-inch duplex level with brass trim Stanley #30 30-inch duplex level with brass trim, cherry stock, very good.

39 - GABRIEL wedge-arm plow plane with brass ends GABRIEL wedge-arm plow plane with brass ends, screw-operated depth stop, one of the boxwood wedges has had a glued repair, very good overall.

40 - DAVIS & COOK 1886-Patent plumb & level DAVIS & COOK 1886-Patent plumb & level with mahogany stock, very good.

41 - Pair of early English molding planes Pair of early English molding planes: I SYM LONDON (1753-1803) No. 14 round plane; and LUND LONDON

42 - DISSTON & MORSS 28-inch plumb & level DISSTON & MORSS 28-inch plumb & level with brass end plates, very good.

43 - GABRIEL (1770-1822) wedge-arm sash fillister GABRIEL (1770-1822) wedge-arm sash fillister, screw operated depth stop, brass tips on arms, very good overall.

44 - C-S CO. plumb & level with boxwood inclinometer C-S CO. (CHAPIN-STEPHENS) plumb and level with boxwood inclinometer in side of stock, very good.

45 - JOHN BELL smooth plane & a round lignum mallet JOHN BELL PHILAD (1829-1851) wooden smooth plane with I&H SORY cap and iron, very good; plus a very nice round lignum mallet.

46 - Stanley #95 brass-bound plumb and level Stanley #95 brass-bound plumb and level with mahogany stock, very good.

47 - Lot: hand drill; small pry bar; claw hammer; & pus Lot: Fine Stanley No. 618 SW hand drill; small pry bar; large 16-oz.? STANLEY BELL SYSTEM claw hammer; and push drill.

48 - Stanley #1193 brass-bound mahogany plumb & level Stanley #1193 brass-bound mahogany plumb and level with 24-inch mahogany stock, very good.

49 - Two MILLERS FALLS hack saws Two MILLERS FALLS hack saws: #49 with translucent red handle, very good overall; and #302 “BUCK ROGERS” with red hard rubber handle, good.

50 - LUFKIN NO. 1291S ATLAS OIL GAGING STEEL TAPE IOB LUFKIN NO. 1291S ATLAS OIL GAGING STEEL TAPE in original box. Comes with a brass weight that is not original to this piece but can certainly be used with it. The tape and handle are near new, the box is worn.

51 - Lot: simple outside caliper; Stanley level &c. Lot: simple outside caliper; Stanley level that can be attached to a square PAT JUNE 23, ’98, very good; L.S. Starrett speed indicator; and a rosewood handled leather tool marked ?? HALL, no blade.

52 - Two crosscut saw sharpening tools Two crosscut saw sharpening tools: raker gage and a spider, both very good.

53 - J.S. CANTELLO folding handle drawknife J.S. CANTELLO folding handle drawknife, handles are weathered, and blade has been sharpened a few times, still has plenty of life left in it.

54 - Lot: corner chisel; tang firmer & O.V.B. gouge Lot: 1-inch corner chisel; 2-inch DOUGLASS MFG tang firmer; and a fine 1-inch O.V.B. gouge.

55 - Three cooper’s tools Three cooper’s tools: bung auger/reamer with bitstock tang above the socket for a wooden handle; hoop driver; and another reamer that may have been used by a cooper.

56 - Three jack planes Three jack planes: Stanley No. 127 LIBERTY BELL jack plane with Q-logo blade, tote spur MIA, hang hole thru front of stock, good overall; Stanley #27 transitional jack with rosewood tote, Q-logo blade, good overall; and a homemade razee-style jack plane with broken closed handle, good overall.

57 - Snell & Atherton heel shave Snell & Atherton heel shave with adjustable brass fence, very good to fine.

58 - Lot: tool handle; screwdriver; patternmaker’s shav Lot: small tool handle with three bits inside handle; screwdriver made from a file; small brass patternmaker’s shave; two small screwdrivers, and a holder for knurling wheels?

59 - Three wooden planes Three wooden planes: Two wooden smoothers by AUBURN TOOL CO. & D.R. BARTON, both are very good; and a SCIOTO WORKS that has a slight side-to-side radius, all are very good.

60 - Pair of wrenches Pair of wrenches: COCHRAN SPEED NUT PATENT PENDING self-tightening wrench, very good; and a C.E. BILLINGS FEB 18, 1879 patent pocket or bicycle wrench, good.

61 - Nice 3-piece crosscut saw sharpening set IOB Nice 3-piece crosscut saw sharpening set in original pasteboard box, a fine set in a tatty box.

62 - OVB No. 114 long handled cabinet scraper OVB No. 114 long handled cabinet scraper, with NOV. 6, 1906 Patent date, very good overall.

63 - Three large saw sets Three large saw sets: THE BULLER; and two Stanley No. 43 models, all are very good.

64 - Lot: BUHL sold steel screwdriver & tool handle &c. Lot: BUHL sold steel screwdriver; BUELL rosewood tool handle with seven bits; and a handle for a jar opener that is missing the wire part that would go around the lid of a jar.

65 - Four woodworking books Four woodworking books: Veneering Simplified New Enlarged Edition by Harry Jason Hobbs, hard bound, very good; Practical Basket Making George Wharton James; Valuable Formulae for Furniture and Piano Finishers, paper covered; and Practical Veneering by Charles H. Hayward, paper covered, fine.

66 - Three woodworking books Three woodworking books: Wood Bending Handbook published by Woodcraft, paper covered; Practical & Decorative Woodworking Joints by John E.N. Bairstow, fine; and a hardbound The Caner’s Handbook by Bruce W. Miller and Jim Widess, very good.

67 - Three woodworking books Three woodworking books: Charles Marshall Sayers THE BOOK OF WOOD CARVING Techniques, Designs and Projects, very good; How to Carve Wood A book of projects and techniques by Richard Butz, very good; and SCROLL ORNAMNETS OF THE EARLY VICTORIAN PERIOD 71 Engraving by F. KNIGHT.

68 - Lot of wood finishing books and pamphlets Lot of wood finishing books and pamphlets: Finishes and Techniques by Fine Woodworking; Wood Finishing with George Frank, very good; Adventures in Wood Finishing by George Frank, etc.

69 - Pair of carving books Pair of carving books: Chip Carving Techniques & Patterns by Wayne Barton, very good; MANUAL OF TRADITIONAL WOOD CARVING with 1,146 Working Drawings and Photographic Illustrations Edited by Paul N. Hasluck, fine.

70 - GUIDE TO MAKERS AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES 4th Ed. A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES 4th Edition by Emil & Martyl Pollak, revised by Thomas L. Elliott, fine.

71 - Two tool books Two tool books: THE HISTORY OF WOODWORKING TOOLS BY W.L. GOODMAN, fine; and Planemakers and Other Edge Tool Enterprises in New York State in the Nineteenth Century by Kenneth D. and Jane W. Roberts Revised Second Edition, fine.

72 - The Wooden Plane by John M. Whelan The Wooden Plane ITS HISTORY, FORM, AND FUNCTION by John M. Whelan With Over 1000 Illustrations by the Author, complete and fine.

73 - Pair of plane books Pair of plane books: Woodworking Planes A Descriptive Register of Wooden Planes by Alvin Sellens, fine; and THE WOODEN PLANE by Richard A. Martin and published by the EARLY AMERICAN INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION in 1977.

74 - Pair of Pennsylvania plane books Pair of Pennsylvania plane books: PLANEMAKERS of WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA and ENVIRONS by Charles W. Prine, Jr.; and PLANE MAKERS OF WILKES-BARRE PENNSYLVANIA: JACOB SIEGLEY, EDWIN HAHN, KEYSTONE TOOL WORKS by JOHN F. RUMPF, fine.

75 - Pair of New Jersey tool books Pair of New Jersey tool books: Search For Early New Jersey Toolmakers by Alexander Farnham, fine; and Early Tools Of New Jersey And The Men Who Made Them by Alexander Farnham, fine.

76 - Two Books: Hand Held Corn Sheller & Farm Tools Two Books: The Hand Held Corn Sheller by Jim Moffet, complete and fine; and OLD FARM TOOLS and Machinery by Percy W. Blandford.

77 - Lot of three mystery tools Lot of three mystery tools: 5/16; 3/8/ and 1/2, all being held with LUTZ file handles.

78 - Lot: Press for imprinting lead seals & vise Lot: Press for imprinting lead seals used on flanges, boxcar doors, etc. This one comes with an example of what it prints. One side is HAZEN N.D. and the other side AM.RY. EX. 10779; plus hand-held vise with wooden handle, very good.

79 - CHANDLER CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA YOKE WRENCH CHANDLER CEDAR RAPIDS IOWA YOKE WRENCH, very good overall.

80 - Three patented lever-type saw sets Three patented lever-type saw sets: Borthwick Patent (U.S. No. 320, 753), well worn; CROISSANT & BRO. Patent (U.S. No. 303,127, complete and fine; and an unknown patent complete and fine.

81 - Pair of iron spokeshaves Pair of iron spokeshaves: Stanley #51 complete and fine; and a unknown make with delicate casting and having a stippled face on lever cap, very good to fine.

82 - L.S.S. CO (Starrett) 12" cast iron double plumb & L.S.S. CO (Starrett) 12-inch cast iron double plumb and level with shaft groove, all three vials intact, very good overall.

83 - James Swan 2" bevel edged socket firmer chisel James Swan 2-inch bevel edged socket firmer chisel, complete and very good.

84 - Lot: Yankee push drill; FORD plier; button plier & Lot: Yankee No. 41 push drill with two bits; tool handle with face of chuck marked S.R.&L. CO. NEW BRITAIN CT USA; FORD plier; steel ball peen hammer; button plier marked PROPERTY OF HEATON Peninsular BUTTON FASTENER MFG. CO.; and a tool handle with seven bits.

85 - Pair of ice skate sharpeners Pair of ice skate sharpeners: BERGHMAN Skate Sharpener in original albeit tatty box with pamphlet; and smaller wooden handled DIAMOND SKATE SHARPENER, very good.

86 - Five lever-type saw sets Five lever-type saw sets.

87 - Pair of smaller plumb bobs Pair of smaller plumb bobs: one on left is steel and has a removable steel top; the one on the right is brass and has a removable brass top.

88 - Reprint of the C.E. JENNINGS ARROW HEAD TOOLS Reprint of the C.E. JENNINGS ARROW HEAD HIGH GRADE TOOLS catalog reprinted in 1985 by the STANLEY PUBLISHING CO. WESTBOROUGH, MASS. A fine reprinted of a circa 1900 tool catalog.

89 - MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by ELLIOTT A GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES, known in plane collecting circles simply as AWP, 4th Edition Revised by Thomas Elliott, never opened and still sealed. New.

90 - Five early reprints of tool catalogs Five early reprints of tool catalogs: WINNIE MACHINE WORKS reprinted in 1991 by MWTCA; ILLUSTRATED LIST of PLANES, PLANE IRONS, SANDUSKY TOOL CO. 1877 catalog reprinted 1978 by Ken Roberts; H.D. SMITH & CO’s. No. 25 catalog reprinted by Roger K. Smith in 1994; THOMAS NAPIER THE SCOTTISH CONNECTION reprinted in 1986 by the EAIA & MWTCA; and THE CHAPIN-STEPHENS CO. UNION FACTORY Catalog No. 114 reprinted by Ken Roberts in 1975.

91 - MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by ELLIOTT A FIELD GUIDE TO THE MAKERS OF AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Thomas L. ELLIOTT, a companion guide to the AWP book in lot 90. This one too is unopened in original plastic wrap. New.

92 - Five assorted tool catalog reprints Five assorted tool catalog reprints: MARPLES OUTING EQUIPMENT guns, knives, hatchets, ammo, etc. reprinted in 1992 by Philip J. Whitby; DIAMOND EDGE PLANES Circa 1927 Shapleigh National Series 1354 reprinted by Philip J. Whitby; Instructions for the use of the Practical Engineers’ & Mechanics’ IMPROVED SLIDE RULE J. ROUTLEDGE ENGINEER circa 1867 catalog reprinted by Ken Roberts circa 1983; STANLEY CATALOGUE No. 34 1915 EDITION reprinted in 1985 by STANLEY PUBLISHING CO. WESTBOROUGH, MASS.; and HOW TO WORK WITH TOOLS AND WOOD by Campbell & Mager, 1965 Edition; all are fine.

93 - Lot: Stanley sliding inside measuring stick & meat Lot: Stanley No. 240 48-inch sliding inside measuring stick; and a Millers Falls wooden handled meat saw, very good.

94 - Pair of T-augers Pair of T-augers.

95 - Lot: wooden spokeshave; brick hammer; &c. Lot: wooden spokeshave; brick hammer; and multi tool including bevel, level and rafter square from DENT, Minn. in original box.

96 - LUFKIN BELL SYSTEM 200-foot surveyors tape & reel LUFKIN BELL SYSTEM 200-foot surveyors tape and reel, a few traces of surface rust, will clean to fine overall.

97 - Pair of hammers Pair of hammers: BELL SYSTEM hand sledge; and unknown make tack hammer.

98 - Sargent-made BELL SYSTEM specialty tool IOB Sargent-made BELL SYSTEM specialty tool marked on box B CONNECTOR PRESSER AT8197, like new in a very good box.

99 - Saw marked EDISON STEEL WORKS CLEVELAND O. &c. Unusual saw marked EDISON STEEL WORKS CLEVELAND O. and YOUNG RIP THE MECHANICS SAW IT’S ALL IN THE BLADE ANGLE, very good.

100 - Three BELL SYSTEM tools Three BELL SYSTEM tools: BELL SYSTEM C hand vise made by GENERAL MACHINE PRODUCTS PHILA, PA; Stanley #61 rule also marked BELL SYSTEM; and a KLEIN crimping plier.

101 - Western Electric No. 333 tool kit in leather pouch Small Western Electric No. 333 tool kit in leather pouch, perhaps for working on early telephones, the tools are all present and very good, one flap of the leather pouch has separated.

102 - Massive BELL SYSTEM drawknife Massive BELL SYSTEM drawknife with 12-inch blade and having a tin blade guard held with a canvas strap, fine overall.

103 - Pair of hammers Pair of hammers: Stanley #185 5-oz. tack hammer with intact decal, fine; and a MAYDOLE 10-oz.? claw hammer, very good.

104 - YANKEE No. 2101A BELL SYSTEM 10" ratchet brace YANKEE No. 2101A BELL SYSTEM 10-inch ratchet brace, very good.

105 - CHENEY adz hammer CHENEY adz hammer, very good overall.

106 - Large BELL SYSTEM cable puller Large BELL SYSTEM cable puller, double struck with BELL SYSTEMS logo, very good overall.

107 - Two BELL SYSTEM tools Two BELL SYSTEM tools: file card marked BELL SYSTEM B TRIM BRUSH COMPANY HANOVER NEW JERSEY in like new condition; and a cable cutter that would be used like a froe and struck with a hammer.

108 - Lot: small steel square; leather hole punch &c. Lot: small steel square; leather hole punch; tiny ball peen hammer with screwdriver at end of handle; and a small Yankee ratcheting screwdriver.

109 - Six scarce BELL SYSTEM wood auger bits Six scarce BELL SYSTEM wood auger bits, all are fine.

110 - Topps? framing square with rosewood Topps? framing square with rosewood and brass handle, faint etching on blade, good overall.

111 - Brass Water Meter housing Brass Water Meter housing by NEPTUNE METER CO. NEW YORK, intact glass lens inside, very good overall.

112 - SQUARANGLE BY MAYES, TENN rafter square SQUARANGLE BY MAYES JOHNSON CITY, TENN rafter square, has scales for common and hip and valley rafters, fine overall.

113 - Small lead-seal crimping tool. Small lead-seal crimping tool.

114 - Lot: I.P. HYDE shingle knife; pocket wrench; &c. Lot: I.P. HYDE shingle or linoleum knife; small Mossberg STERLING No. 1 pocket wrench; and a small open ended cast iron wrench that was part of a set.

115 - Three wooden planes Three wooden planes including two 7/8-inch dado planes with screw-operated depth stops: one an OHIO TOOL CO. #48 7/8-inch and the other unmarked; plus a No. 5 OHIO TOOL CO. handled smooth plane, could use a throat patch.

116 - Two wrenches Two wrenches: OVERLAND lug wrench; and a 10-inch BEMIS & CALL No. 80 that is very good.

117 - H.L. JAMES WILLIASBURG MASS moving fillister plane H.L. JAMES WILLIASBURG MASS moving fillister plane, faint makers name, very good overall.

118 - Millers Falls 12-inch No. 5 bit extension Millers Falls 12-inch No. 5 bit extension, very good.

119 - Pair of wrenches Pair of wrenches: DEERE flat steel open end wrench; and a 10-inch screw adjusting IHC nut wrench, very good.

120 - Three wooden planes Three wooden planes: WOODRUFF & MCBRIDE LOUISVILLE KY 1 3/4-inch skewed rabbet, top of wedge is MIA, otherwise very good; a 1 3/4-inch SANDUSKY TOOL CO. No. 146, complete and very good; and an OHIO TOOL CO. 7/8-inch No. 138 with cracking at toe and heel, good overall.

121 - Lot: Original Steel Square pub. ; 2 safety goggles Lot: Original Steel Square publication; two pair of safety goggles with glass lenses: single machinist jack; L.S.S. CO. (Starrett) No. 425 caliper rule with holder; and a wooden handled tack lifter.

122 - Four BELL SYSTEM tools Four BELL SYSTEM tools: crimper; cable cutter; screw operated clamp made by Bridgeport; and a screwdriver.

123 - Slide rule for use in writing or transposing music Unusual slide rule for use in writing or transposing music. First of its type we have seen or sold. The crumbling paper sleeve is marked A SIMPLE KEY AND CHORD TRANSPOSER FOR MUSICIANS, COMPOSERS, ARRANGERS, TEACHERS, STUDENTS, ETC.”

124 - BELL SYSTEM sledge hammer BELL SYSTEM sledge hammer with hole thru head that would have been used as a wrench to install climbing steps onto a wooden telephone pole.

125 - Small oak tool box with 2-piece fold-up panel Small oak tool box with 2-piece fold-up panel. We do not know that trade this one was originally used in. The current owner got it 30 plus years ago at a farm sale. He said it was in bad shape and he rebuilt it. When the panel is folded up, it reveals in the inside and the two drawers, a very interesting box.

126 - Short throw ratchet brace Short throw ratchet brace has faint number and maker’s mark, very good.

127 - Lot: brace-type screwdriver; homemade knife; &c. Lot: Homemade brace-type screwdriver with faucet handle for top handle; homemade knife with aluminum handle; fencing plier; and a hammer with tilting head.

128 - Three wood planes Three wood planes: JOHN ELSWORTH GLASGOW 1 1/2-inch single boxed side bead, wedge is a possible replacement, good overall; SARGENT & CO. (Sandusky) No. 612 wooden smooth very good with original SARGENT (Sandusky) tapered iron, fine overall; and a unknown make spar plane with copper bottom attached with countersunk flathead screws, numerous bug holes, good overall.

129 - Lot: Drawknife made form old file; crowbar &c. Lot: Drawknife made form old file; crowbar that looks like it was made from rebar; and another tool made from rebar.

130 - Millers Falls auger handle & a metalworking hammer Millers Falls ratcheting auger handle, very good; and an unusual metalworking hammer.

131 - Belknap BLUEGRASS hatchet Belknap BLUEGRASS hatchet, complete and fine.

132 - Three blacksmith-made tools Three blacksmith-made tools including two wrenches and a crude spokeshave.

133 - Lot: Two Stanley #199 box openers & a try square Lot: Two Stanley #199 box openers with aluminum handles, both are fine; and homemade try square.

134 - TOWNLEY HARDWARE KANSAS CITY broad hatchet TOWNLEY HARDWARE KANSAS CITY, Mo. broad hatchet, very good.

135 - Embossed RICH-CON broad hatchet Embossed RICH-CON broad hatchet made for the RICHARDS & CONOVER HARDWARE COMPANY of Kansas City, Missouri, very good.

136 - Homemade slitting gauge & wooden marking gage Nice homemade slitting gauge; and a wooden marking gage, both very good.

137 - Pair of Millers Falls hand drills Pair of Millers Falls hand drills: #77A that is like new and just needs an old inventory tag steamed off of the handle; and a #2 that has a few paint splatters on the handle but is otherwise very good.

138 - Three push drills Three push drills: Millers Falls #188A with at least four bits inside handle, GOODELL BROTHERS with one bit inside handle; and a YANKEE #44 with six bits inside handle, all are good to very good.

139 - Three small Yankee-type screwdrivers Three small Yankee-type screwdrivers: Yankee #35 with one flat bit, fine; unknown make that looks German or Japanese with one flat bit, some minor pitting; and a Millers Falls #29 with one flat bit, fine.

140 - Pair of Millers Falls hand drills Pair of Millers Falls hand drills: early #5 with several bits inside handle, very good; and a plastic “BUCK ROGER” model with handle full of twist bits, very good.

141 - Yankee reciprocating drill & 2 Bit-stock screwdriv Lot: Yankee No. 50 reciprocating drill; and two A.H. REID Patent (U.S. No. 268,938) Bit-stock screwdrivers, both have chipped and cracked wood.

142 - Three hand drills Three hand drills: O.W.B. with improper wooden top handle; a MILLERS FALLS #77 with a hang hole in the handle; and a DEFIANCE by Stanley with a partial decal still on the main gear.

143 - Pair of Millers Falls Yankee-type screwdrivers Pair of Millers Falls Yankee-type screwdrivers: #610A with one flat bit and having a partial decal or sticker on the handle, fine; and a #61A with one flat bit, fine overall.

144 - Three hand drills Three hand drills: Millers Falls #77A; an unmarked Millers Falls #5; and a Stanley.

145 - Keystone ratcheting and reversible drill & nippers Keystone ratcheting and reversible drill with square socket; plus a pair of blacksmith-made nippers.

146 - BLUEGRASS screwdriver & Goodell-Pratt push drill Pair: BLUEGRASS (GREENLEE) Yankee-type screwdriver with translucent blue handle, no bits, very good overall; and a Goodell-Pratt wooden handled push drill, very good to fine.

147 - Lot: blacksmith tong; adjustable auger bit &c. Lot: blacksmith tong; adjustable auger bit; long wood bit; unusual scraper with wooden handle, blacksmith made screwdriver, etc.

148 - Four push drills Four push drills: Millers Falls #188A like new; Millers Falls #185A; Millers Falls #100 “Buck Rogers” model with red plastic handle, and an OAK LEAF that has had the plating worn off most of it.

149 - Two fine Yankee screwdrivers Two fine Yankee screwdrivers: STANLEY YANKEE #131A with one flat bit, fine; and a North Brothers YANKEE #130A with one flat bit, fine.

150 - C.E. BILLINGS Patent multi screwdriver C.E. BILLINGS Patent multi screwdriver with wooden handle, very good.

151 - Last Word-type dial indicator with attachments Last Word-type dial indicator with attachments in an oak box with sliding lid, very good.

152 - Jennings pony shave Jennings pony shave, very good overall.

153 - Patented wire twister with wooden handle Patented wire twister with wooden handle, fine overall.

154 - Lot: 2-speed breast drill & set of brass stencils Lot: 2-speed breast drill with repainted gear wheel; plus a set of 3-inch brass number and letter stencils made by GENERAL STENCIL MFG. in original box.

155 - Set of 3 owner made fiberboard beveling planes Set of three owner made fiberboard beveling planes with oak bodies, two have NOS Stanley transitional bench planes totes, all come in an owner made wooden box with hinged lid and carrying handle, a nice circa 1930s set.

156 - Lot: paint scraper; soldering iron; & PEXTO shear Lot: Stanley #292 paint scraper; large offset copper soldering iron; and a fine PEXTO No. 2-A shear for forming stove pipe.

157 - Lot: BELL crimper; push drill; & non-sparking hamm Lot: BELL SYSTEM crimper, complete and fine; STANLEY YANKEE No. 41Y BELL SYSTEM push drill with full set of bits inside; and a non-sparking ball peen hammer.

158 - Pair of books Pair of books: The Workbench Book by Scott Landis, fine; and The HANDPLANE Book by Garrett HACK, fine.

159 - Three tool books Three tool books: Restoring, Tuning & Using Classic Woodworking Tools by Michael Dunbar, fine; Woodworking Tools 1600-1900 by Peter C. Welsh printed in 1966 by the Smithsonian Institution, good; and Instruments of Change New Hampshire hand tools and their makers 1800-1900, very good.

160 - Pair of tool books Pair of tool books: The Garrett Wade book of Woodworking Tools by Garry Chinn and John Sainsbury, fine; and a Woodworking Tools by Christopher Proudfoot and Philip Walker, fine.

161 - Two coffee table tool books Two coffee table tool books: Tools Rare and Ingenious Celebrating the World’s Most Amazing Tools by Sandor Nagyszalanczy, fine; and THE ART OF FINE TOOLS also by Sandor Nagyszalanczy, both are fine.

162 - Pair of tool books Pair of tool books: American Woodworking Tools by Paul B. Kebabian and Dudley Witney, very good; and a TOOLS Working Wood in Eighteenth-Century America by James M. Gaynor and Nancy L. Hagedorn, fine.

163 - A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia TRADES A Diderot Pictorial Encyclopedia TRADES AND INDUSTRY Volume One and Volume Two, both have paper covers, and both are fine.

164 - BISHOP A History of American Manufactures BISHOP A History of American Manufactures from 1608-1860 Vols 1-3, all are fine; plus a two-volume set of HAZEN PANORAMA POPULAR TECHNOLOGY or PROFESSIONS AND TRADES reprinted by the EAIA in 1981, both fine.

165 - Numerous Medieval Technology Books Numerous Medieval Technology Books: Medieval Technology and Social Change; The Medieval Machine The Industrial Revolution of the Middle Ages; Mediaeval Craftsmen; Theophilus On Divers Arts The Foremost Medieval Treatise on Painting, Glassmaking and Metalwork; Leonardo da Vinci; Master Builders of the Middle Ages; and Trades and Crafts in Medieval Manuscripts.

166 - Seven books Seven books: Van Vliet’s Crafts and Trades by Harry Bober, fine; Early American At Work A Pictorial Guide To Our Vanishing Occupations By Everett B. Wilson; America’s Vanishing Folkways by Everett B. Wilson; Early American Craftsman by Dyer; Encyclopedia of E.A. Trades; THE BOOK OF TRADES by JOST AMMAN and Hans Sachs; and Little Book of Early American Crafts & Trades edited by Peter Stockham.

167 - Pair of Moxon Books Pair of Moxon Books: Mechanic Exercises published by PRAEGER in 1970, fine overall; and a rare Mechanic Exercises or the Doctrine of Handy-Works a 1969 authorized facsimile by University Microfilms a Xerox Company Ann Arbor, Mich.

168 - A.J. WILKINSON & CO Pat. folding drawknife A.J. WILKINSON & CO Patent (July 16, 1895) folding handle drawknife, complete and fine.

169 - 12" RAILROAD SPECIAL monkey wrench Whitman & Barnes 12-inch RAILROAD SPECIAL monkey wrench, very good.

170 - Military contract? iron block plane IOB & a roofin Military contract? iron block plane (9 1/2) in original pasteboard box; plus a single roofing jack that would be used in pairs. The plane in the box is a Stanley with maroon japanning, it has a few spots of corrosion on the left side, it is in good overall condition.

171 - Stanley No. 88 clapboard marking gauge Stanley No. 88 clapboard marking gauge, fine overall.

172 - Pair of level sights for an iron level Pair of level sights for an iron level, very good.

173 - Three lever type saw sets Three lever type saw sets including a Keen Kutter, Taintor, and Stanley No. 42 that still has the orange sticker on the frame, all are very good to fine.

174 - Pair of zig zag rules including fine Stanley No. X Pair of zig zag rules including fine Stanley No. X-227; and unknown make aluminum model.

175 - Three tool handles Three tool handles.

176 - Three plastic slide rules all with original holder Three plastic slide rules all with original holders: PICKETT MICROLINE 120 MEXICO, fine; DIETZGEN BASIK CAT. NO. 1765P GERMANY, very good in a tatty case; and a STERLING SLIDE RULE PRECISION MADE IN USA in plastic case, fine.

177 - Large Millers Falls tool handle full of bits Large Millers Falls tool handle with rosewood or cocobolo handle full of bits, fine overall.

178 - Stanley #60 1/2 low angle block plane IOB Stanley #60 1/2 low angle block plane in original albeit tatty box.

179 - Homemade mahogany stair saw Homemade mahogany stair saw, very good.

180 - Pair of wooden spokeshaves Pair of wooden spokeshaves one with screw-operated blade adjuster.

181 - Pair of lever-type saw sets; Pair of lever-type saw sets;

182 - Pair of Stanley pocket levels Pair of Stanley pocket levels that can be attached to a square; both have brass tops, and both are fine.

183 - Stanley tool handle with bits inside handle Stanley tool handle with bits inside handle, has most of the original Stanley decal on handle.

184 - Adjustable long handled scraper & a hog scraper Adjustable long handled scraper; and a hog scraper.

185 - Pair of PICKETT slide rules Pair of PICKETT slide rules: MICROLINE 120 complete and fine; and PICKETT & ECKEL INC ALL METAL (aluminum) COPYRIGHT 1959 and PATENT APPLIED FOR in nice brown PICKETT leather case lined with plastic, fine.

186 - Pair of wooden bench planes Pair of wooden bench planes: 24-inch wooden plane with fine tapered THISTLE BRAND iron, no rear handle and has not had a mortise cut for one; and a 16-inch SCIOTO WORKS jack plane with replaced tote and knob, will make good user.

187 - Scarce Goodell-Pratt 24" cast iron plumb & level Scarce Goodell-Pratt 24-inch cast iron plumb and level with pitch adjuster, very good overall.

188 - Lot: scraper, Stanley #21 adjustable square; &c Lot: Unknown long handled scraper, has patent date 9/29/03 cast into cast iron disc that the blade is mounted with; fine Stanley #21 adjustable square; and a Starrett speed indicator.

189 - Stanley #237 aluminum 24" double plumb & level Stanley #237 aluminum 24-inch double plumb & level, all three vials intact, very good overall.

190 - Five lever-type saw sets Five lever-type saw sets; two marked MORRILL and three unmarked.

191 - Pair of unusual BERNARD pliers with round jaws Pair of unusual BERNARD pliers with round jaws, fine condition.

192 - Lot: two glass tubing cutters & single bearing scr Lot: two glass tubing cutters; and a single bearing scraper.

193 - Halls Pat. helical adjusting nut wrench & a screwd Unusual Halls Patent (U.S. No. 3,555,930) helical adjusting nut wrench made on a patent issued January 1971 to Kenneth Halls of Broomfield, Colorado, very good overall; and a Winchester screwdriver with wooden handle.

194 - Lot: tool handle; 2 shoemaker’s type awls &c. Lot: Bridgeport Hardware Mfg. Co. tool handle; two shoemaker’s type awls; and a stitching or sewing awl.

195 - Five wrenches Five wrenches: Boos Tool Co. handle adjusting; Sterling pocket wrench; patented single ended alligator by the American Saw Co. Trenton, N.J., fine; BILLINGS & SPENCER single open end; and a E.C. STEARNS with japanned finish.

196 - Three chisels Three chisels: Keen Kutter 1/2-in. with small corner chip and nice red plastic handle; Stanley 1/2-inch with wooden handle, fine; and a 1-inch Stanley No. 750 that has had the socket beaten on, nice wooden handle.

197 - ELGIN Paten adjustable alligator wrench, fine over ELGIN Paten adjustable alligator wrench, fine overall.

198 - Four lever type saw sets Four lever type saw sets: E.C. Stearns with partial decal, fine; Stanley #42X, fine; CROISSANT & BRO PAT MAY 30, 1872, fine; and a MORRILL that is missing the adjustable fence.

199 - Lot: two BELL SYSTEM wire strippers with wrenches Lot: two BELL SYSTEM wire strippers with wrenches in the handle; P38 military style can opener; and small hatchet head.

200 - Stanley #37 nickel-plated 24" double plumb & level Stanley #37 nickel-plated 24-inch double plumb and level with SW-logo on Eclipse vial cover, one of the nicest examples of this model we have seen or sold.

201 - Four Farm-related books Four Farm-related books: FARM TRACTORS by Randy Leffingwell, fine; This Was WHEAT FARMING A Pictorial History of the Farms and Farmers of the Northwest who grow the Nation’s Bread by Kirby Brumfield; AMERICAN FARM TOOLS from Hand-Power to Steam Power by R. Douglas Hurt; and FARM TOOLS by Michael Partridge, very good.

202 - WITH HAMMER IN HAND by Charles F. Hummel WITH HAMMER IN HAND by Charles F. Hummel, Published for The Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum, very good overall.

203 - Building Early America book by Charles E. Peterson Building Early America book by Charles E. Peterson, very good.

204 - Five books Five books: two ex-library copies of NEW ENGLAND MERCHANTS IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY by Bernard Bailyn; and three Colonial Williamsburg pamphlets; THE PRINTER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The CABINETMAKER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; and The Silversmith in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg, all very good.

205 - Pair of books Pair of books: WOODEN SHIPBUILDING by Charles Desmond, fine; and Contributions From The Museum of History and Technology papers 1 to 11 by the Smithsonian Institution 1959.

206 - Three Roy Underhill books Three Roy Underhill books: The Wood Wright’s Companion Exploring Traditional Woodcraft, very good; The Woodwright’s Work Book Further Exploration in Traditional Woodcraft; and A Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft, very good.

207 - Lot of blacksmiths books and VCR tapes Lot of blacksmiths books and VCR tapes: The Modern Blacksmith by Alexander G. Weygers; The Making of Tools by Alexander G. Weygers; The Recycling, Use & Repair of Tools by Alexander G. Weygers; FORGING DAMASCUS HOW TO CREATE Pattern-Welded Blades Part one and part two VHS tapes; The Village Blacksmith by Watson; IRONWORKS ON THE SAUGUS by E.N. Hartley; The BLACKSMITH in Eighteenth-Century WILLIAMSBURG; and BLACKSMITING FOR THE HOME CRAFTSMAN by Joe Pehoski.

208 - Four books Four books: Axe Makers of North America by Allan Klenman, very good; American Axes by Henry J. Kauffman, has taped dust jacket, inside good; Observations on THE POLE AXE by Douglass C. Reed; and From Beam to Tree by Douglass C. Reed Housewright.

209 - Four books Four books: Early Engineering Reminiscences (1815-1840) of George Escol Sellers, very good; The Atlantic Cable by Bern Dibner Burney Library 1959; The Romance of Leather A Brief History of Leather and a Description of Tanning; and The Art of the STONEMASON by Ian Cramb, fine. CASTLES by David Macaulay is also tossed in but not shown in photo.

210 - Fifteen assorted tool books Fifteen assorted tool books: Country Stores in Early New England Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts; Glassmaking at Jamestown America’s First Industry by J.C. Harrington; Williamsburg Cabinetmakers The Archeological Evidence by Ivor Noel Hume, Series No. 6; Shire Album 11 The Village Wheelwright and Carpenter by Jocelyn Bailey; The Village Cooper by K. Kilby SHIRE ALBUM 28; The CABINETMAKER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The Village BLACKSMITH in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The BOOKBINDER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The SILVERSMITH in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The PRINTER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The WIGMAKER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The MILLER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; The APOTHECARY in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg; and The LEATHERWORKER in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg, all are very good.




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