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Taking place just south of Kalamazoo at TILLERS INTERNATIONAL FACILITY: 10515 East OP Ave., Scotts, MI. Exit 85 on 1-94. Drive south on 35th St. Turn right onto MN Ave. for 1/2 mile. Turn left onto 34th St. for 2 1/4 miles. Turn left onto OP Ave. and drive until you pass a cemetery and the first narrow bridge. Tillers is the drive on the left between bridges. Follow the lane. Welcome!

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001. STANLEY No. 238 weatherstripping plane with cutters. Proper fence has flathead screws instead of thumbscrews, body repainted over what looks like moderate pitting, has 6 cutters with surface rust. Good- (HNL518, 536) 50-100
002. STANLEY No. 57 core box plane. Body and one set of extensions with turnbuckle, nickel plating 80%, vee mark cutter. One extension screw is replacement, wood has light wear and crack in tote.  Good (FNK176) 125-250
003. German bench plane. 8-1/2 inch long metal frame body including infill block of wood at heel which is stamped D.R.G.M. for Deutsches Reichsgebrauchsmuster, or German Register, so it is possibly patented in Germany and has what looks like a worn patent number cast into toe. Wood and cutter look to be from ARNS horn plane, horseshoe shaped lever cap is screwed into the cheeks and marked with number 8 that corresponds to another 8 mark ahead of throat. A few chips in sole at throat. Different. Good (HNL168) 35-70
004. STANLEY No. 15 adjustable block plane. Looks like a Type 3, rusty with chips in throat and lever cap, japanning 65%.  Fair (PNG87) 30-60
005. STANLEY No. 95 edge trimming plane. Sweetheart mark on cutter, japanning 80%. Good (KDL159) 50-100
006. STANLEY No. 130 double end block plane. Throats are ok, japanning 60%, knob looks like replacement as it doesn't sit quite right, some scratching on sole. Good- (ECN47) 30-60
007. Lot of 2 HAHN patent bench planes. Both appear to be made by SIEGLEY, a No. 9 and a No. 6. Both have tips of totes missing and the No. 9 has metal cap on top of broken part. Both corrogated soles, traces of japanning.  Good- (HOO24, 26) 30-60
*008. MILLERS FALLS No. 14 bench plane. Nice and clean, tiny nicks in throat.  Good (COL261) 25-50
009. KEEN KUTTER No. 7C jointer plane. Knob worn and a chip out of tote, also worn. Japanning 70%. Blade has "Richards & Conover HDW" mark. Corrugated bottom in good condition. Good+ (FNK103) 30-60
010. Lot of cutters. 6 scraper blades and 3 small blades, all unmarked. And 2 STANLEY 1-5/8 inch blades with notched rectangle marks. Inside STANLEY box with split seams with partial label. Good (PNG61) 40-80
011. Lot of 2 STANLEY bench planes. A No. 2, vee mark on cutter, plain lever cap, crack in tote, grind marks on sole, japanning may be repainted. No. 3 has B casting marks, patent date cutter with pitting, tote appears ok, japanning 60%.  Good- (THF323, 324) 50-100
012. Lot of 2 bullnose planes. RECORD No. 077, light surface rust, good throat. And a STANLEY No. 75, early type with 2 line mark on cutter and delicate screw cap, throat a little worn but no damage, japanning 70%, spot of paint on heel.  Good (MSV72) 50-100
013. STANLEY No. 98 and 99 side rabbet pair. Both Type 1 with unmarked cutters, patent dates on skate, B casting marks. Knobs worn, japanning 85-90%.  Good+ (TWR242) 50-100
014. Lot of 2 modified STANLEY planes. A No. 78 with front half of body cut off in front of cutter to create a bullnose, throat good. And the back part of a No. 92 with rosewood body top and brass sole in front, nicely made. Good (MHT57) 35-70
015. Lot of 3 bench planes. STANLEY No. 3, vee mark cutter, 3 patent dates behind frog, wood and japanning ok. And a No. 4C, patent date cutter, repaired crack in tote. Plus a MILLERS FALLS No. 9 with moderate wear.   Good- & better (FNK302, 581, 649) 40-80
016. J. KELLOGG screw-arm plow plane. Unhandled boxwood body, threads and nuts have chips and wear, crack at toe above skate, replacement wedge with DWIGHTS FRENCH cutter.  Good- (NHF340) 30-60
017. MATHIESON & SON screw-arm filletster. Beech body, turned finials, proper marked cutter has rust spots. Staining and a few checks on body, chips in threads and nuts. Good (GAN5159) 30-60
018. CHILD, PRATT & CO handled plow plane. St. Louis hardware dealers in the 1850s. Beech body, TILLOTSON cutter, stamped No. 104 at toe with crack through it, fence has large chip and tote missing tip, chips on threads, replaced wedge.  Good- (GFR68) 35-70
019. M. COPELAND screw-arm plow plane. Beech body with boxwood nuts, BUTCHER cutter, chipping to threads especially at ends, a couple scuffs in body and mild chewing of wedge. Good (CGD20) 35-70
020. E. BALDWIN wedge-arm plow plane. Beech body, brass caps on arms, one wedge replaced, cutter wedge lightly chewed, user marks. Good (CGD272) 30-60
*021. User modified plane. Someone took a wedge-arm moving filletster and shaved the sole into a convex shape similar to a coachmaker's rabbet, and added boxed depth stops to toe and heel. Still has fence, arms have brass caps, wedges look like replacements. Good (NHF339) 25-50
022. JNO COCKBAIN moving filletster. Screw-arm, beech body, a few spots of rust, a couple chips on threads.  Good (GAN5126) 30-60
*023. Large wooden trammel points. One fixed trammel, one wedge-locked, 9 inches long total with 1/2 inch points. 59 inch keeper with hanghole, looks like oak.   Good (ECN233) 20-40
*024. Lot of 2 wooden travellers. Hand carved, 7-1/2 inch and 8-1/2 inch heads held by iron pins. Some wear and staining, hangholes.  Good (ECN289) 20-40
025. Lot of 2 extremely large wooden dividers. A handcarved pair with 46 inch long round legs held together with iron pin, light wear. And one with 5 foot long legs with beveled front and flat backside, designed to be opened fully and marked in one foot increments on one leg and two feet on other, so that in total it will measure 10 feet. Bulbous end serves as handle. Looks manufactured but no maker's mark. Staining and light wear.  Good (ECN213) 30-60
*026. Lot of 4 rules. Three extensible rules in 12 foot, 10 foot, and 6 foot. Only 6 foot is marked as STANLEY No. 360. All worn and stained. Plus a STANLEY No. 41 yardstick, marked with fractions of a yard on backside, wear to wood. Good-  (ECN106) 25-50
027. Lot of 3 log rules. A super clean 42 inch one by LUFKIN, an unmarked 56 inch one with light wear. Plus a thicker 42 inch unmarked one with light wear and hanghole.  Good & better (CVR642) 30-60
028. STARRETT combination square set. The 12 inch version of Starrett's combination square and protractor. Protractor is marked by Starrett, square is not and may have come from a different set, japanning like new but no scratch gauge. Good (RRT425) 60-120
029. Lot of 2 panel gauges. A STANLEY No. 85-1/2, unmarked as usual but with user stamps, brass tarnished, wood slightly dinged. And an early prick wheel panel gauge, possibly user made with brass trim and large iron thumbscrew, light wear.  Good (LHD151) 40-80
030. Lot of 2 bevels. What looks like a STANLEY No. 24 bevel square, unmarked, rosewood handle and with 4 inch and 7 inch edges. And a STANLEY No. 25 sliding t-bevel with 12 inch blade. Both have light wear to wood.  Good (LHD153) 30-60
*031. WILEY & RUSSELL traveller. Marked Green River, 7 inch wheel with traces of nickel on pointer, traces of japanning and a few rust spots. Good (LEE68) 15-30
032. Lot of 3 STANLEY No. 18 bevels. 6 inch, 8 inch, and 10 inch blades. Slight wear and pitting but overall clean. Good (LHD155) 30-60
033. Lot of 3 STANLEY No. 25 bevels. All appear to be Type 1 with 6 inch, 8 inch, and 12 inch blades and brass locking wingnuts. Unmarked, wood lightly worn and some mild pitting on the largest. Good (LHD154) 40-80
*034. Clamp-on level. Fully brass 5 inch long case with knurled brass locking thumbscrew. Unmarked, some tarnish spots, vial wet. Good (DEN159) 25-50
*035. FRANK B. HALL line level in case. Octogonal line level with what looks like replaced vial, inside tin case with 80% paint.  Good (RML238) 10-20
036. Frame saw. Sometimes called a "Bettye saw." 25 inch by 39 inch frame, 29 inch blade held with tension clamp. Unmarked. Good (CRT240) 35-70
037. Lot of 3 small bow saws. Two unmarked with 10 inch blades in clean nicely made frames, and a DISSTON with 16 inch frame that has wear and staining. Good & better (RBN51) 35-70
038. Lot of 3 bow saws. Two larger with red frames and 27 inch blades, paint worn on one. Smaller one looks hand carved with 14 inch blade and worn wood.  Good (ECN227) 30-60
039. Buck saw. 24 inch blade with curved metal frame that appears to be made from tine of hay rake. Well made.  Good (DCR389) 30-60
040. Logging saw. 65 inch blade, double handles, clean and in nice shape with light wear. Good (ECN235) 30-60
041. CLARK BROS BOLT CO. box with miscellaneous tools. 20 inch x 13 inch x 12 inch wood box with painted decal on one side, green paint on other. Includes a grab bag of several adzes, KEEN KUTTER hatchets, augers, cooper's shave, hammers, burl mallet, ice tongs, Edison record container, cobbler's last, and more. Various (CVR117) 100-200
042. Hat rack and hats. Wood rack with 13 wood hooks with white glass ball ends, repaired cracks in wood. Has a very old black top hat that is tattered and worn, and a blue fire department hat in nicer condition. Good (PLH) 35-70
043. MILLERS FALLS The Star scroll saw. Still works with leather belt repaired in one spot, red pinstriping and black paint mostly intact, wood good, needs blade. Spots of surface rust. 36 inches tall. Good (CVR512) 100-200
044. GOSHEN SWEEPER CO. vaccuum. 14 inch by 10 inch wood base with 44 inch wood handle. Gold BANNER decal mostly intact, brush a little dirty but good, wheels work, rope on corners a bit frayed. Manufactured in Grand Rapids, MI.  Good (CVR115) 50-100
045. Lot of miscellaneous primitive tools. Two hay forks, one with metal end and wood handle and other entirely made of wood, a hay knife, and a wood rake. All have some wear or rust.  Good (CVR) 30-60
046. Wooden pulley wheel. 24 inches wide with 3-1/2 inch center hole, clamped together with bolts. Unmarked, some wear.  Good (CVR533) 40-80
*047. 3 ice tongs. All with cast iron bodies, one more primitive looking with rust and pitting, other two nice.  Good (CVR) 25-50
*048. Lot of 2 fireplace newspaper rollers. Likely modern but made to look antique, one is 20 inch long with wooden handles, body painted black, rolls fine. Other is 17 inch long with decorative cast sides, has black wooden top handle but rolling bar and handle missing. Good- & better (CVR32, 34) 25-50
*049. Battle of Bunker Hill framed photo. Photo of John Trumbull's oil painting inside 19-1/2 inch x 15-1/2 inch walnut and gold leaf frame. Some flecks of gold leaf missing and a few dings to wood, otherwise nice. Good (JSW30) 20-40
050. STAR SHADE CUTTER CO. window shade machine. Model B, some flaking of japanning and brown paint at base, includes LUFKIN rule. Could use a little grease but works, cutter wheel sharp.  Good (RRT790) 40-80
*051. Cast iron teapot. Unmarked, 6 inches across with wire handle, heavy. A few spots of rust but overall clean.  Good (CVR26) 20-40
*052. Policeman's dark lantern. 7" tall with large fisheye lens able to be shut off with internal sliding lens shield, wire handles and a belt clip. Knob to turn the internal shield broke off but is tied to handle, wick and canister still inside, dirty with rust and grime, "S.H.H. 1863" painted in red on side.  Good- (PLH) 20-40
053. BAUSCH & LOMB OPTICAL comparator. 27 inches tall, designed to allow comparison of optical lenses side by side and has two lense mounts that move independently. Serial number 965. Missing lenses and eyepiece on top, mirror at base also missing, rust and flaking of japanning. Uncommon.  Good- (PLH) 30-60
*054. Lot of household items. 3 sadirons, rusty and pitted, one KENMORE electric iron in box with silver shield resting plate, tin and wood candlestick, and tin oil can.  Good- (CVR27, 28, 30, 35 ) 20-40
055. Lot of miscellaneous items. A tin for RIVAL peanut butter with a rusty lid and missing handle, 2 tins for DREF'S MANDRAKE COMPOUND liver pills, a belt buckle for LONE STAR BEER, cast iron sign for THE LION lawn mower from Ransomes, Ipswich, and THE CHALLENGE spring postage scale for letters in original box, clean and still works. Good- & better (PLH) 30-60
056. Patented game. Roulette style game marked with 8/11/1874 patent that corresponds to one granted to Henry Seher of Boston who patented several other tabletop games. 20 inch wide base on which a 17 inch bowl rotates, inside are spokes coming out of the center gold painted plate with two circular indentations. Small metal ball included which presumably is thrown in while top is rotated. Floral design and red and gold paint 65% intact. Uncommon.  Good (PLH) 60-120
057. Toy trucks. Mostly tin or pressed steel in various sizes, but one is cast aluminum and other plastic. Includes a BELL TELEPHONE truck, a COKE truck, a couple fire vehicles, and a few dump trucks. 7 total, most have scratches and paint missing, one or two has wheels or parts missing.  Good- & better (PLH) 35-70
058. Cast iron pot. Likely a glue pot, solid cast iron with three feet and lid, light rust but overall in good shape. Good (CVR24) 30-60
059. Ice skates. Nicely made rosewood bottoms that screw into shoes with nickel plated inlay at toe and star inlay in sole. Metal is rusty and missing straps but still very attractive.  Good (PLH) 30-60
060. SARGENT No. 316 tailed block plane. 6 inches long with adjustable throat, marked 1-5/8 inch cutter. It's been cleaned and japanning repainted, one fork on tail broken off and has bench plane knob as the ball, throat slightly widened and nick at toe.  Fair (BFS102) 50-100
061. SARGENT No. 507 rabbeting block plane. One of Sargent's less common planes.  7 inch sole with rabbeting cutouts on both cheeks, plating 95% on cap, japanning good, proper cutter, good throat. A few rust spots. Good (BFS109) 100-200
062. SARGENT No. 317 tailed block plane. 7 inch long body, marked 1-5/8 inch cutter, japanning 70%. Ball looks original with a few chips at base. Good (BFS31) 120-240
063. STANDARD RULE patented block plane. Based on Solon & Arthur Rust's 1883 patent, 6-3/8 inch long with adjustable mouth and marked cutter.  Looks like the plane shown in plate 219 on pg. 148 of PTAMPIA II but with the lever cap shown in Figure 220.  Light surface rust, japanning 50%. Rated R2 for rarity in Blanchard & Larson. Good (PLH182) 150-300
064. E.P. PRESTON No. 1347F bullnose plane with fence and depth stop. One of the rarest Preston planes, complete with all parts, japanning about 65%, surface rust, small chip on corner of mouth. Good (PLH198) 200-400
065. Lot of 4 STANLEY planes. A No. 5 and No. 6C, kidney lever caps, totes in rough shape. And two No. 8C, one with 3 inches missing off the rear body, other has pitting and two holes in cheek, both with chipped plain lever caps. Good- (RUS241, 335, 344, 373) 40-80
066. Lot of 3 bench planes. A FULTON No. 6, tip of tote missing and knob cracked. A SHELTON No. 14, wood ok. And a CHAPLIN No. 1207, traces of nickel plating, knob loose, hanghole. Good- & better (RUS385, 386, 422) 35-70
*067. Lot of 4 smoothing planes. A STANLEY Defiance No. 1204 and three unmarked, one missing cutter and cap, some pitting.  Fair & better (RUS231, 232, 233, 254) 20-40
068. Lot of 3 bench planes. A STANLEY No. 40 scrub plane, unmarked cutter, tote has a few checks, initials stamped several times. A STANLEY No. 4C, patent date cutter, crack in tote, chips in cheeks. And unmarked No. 4 size with Stanley cutter, wood rough, some rust. Good- & better (RUS338, 339, 388) 30-60
069. Lot of 3 planes. A FULTON No. 5 sized plane, crack in tote. A SIEGLEY No. 5 with patent date cutter, knob replaced, crack and chip in tote, brazed repair on both cheeks and sole. And a SARGENT No. 409, wear to wood, minor pitting. Fair & better (RUS341, 342, 415) 35-70
070. STANLEY No. 608C Bedrock jointer. Type 3 with later type cutter. Knob cracked but tote ok, traces of japanning, rust spots. Good (RUS242) 40-80
071. STANLEY No. 603 Bedrock smoothing plane. Type 6 with patent date cutter, half of knob base missing, crack in tote and "public schools" stamped on it. Number 6 stamped in one cheek and 4 stamped on lever cap.  Good- (RUS337) 50-100
072. STANLEY No. 605C Bedrock jack plane. Type 6 with sweetheart cutter, knob has a bit of white paint at base, hairline crack in tote. Japanning near complete. Good (RUS343) 50-100
*073. Lot of three No. 3 sized bench planes. A BELKNAP BLUEGRASS fairly clean, front knob screw may be replaced, spots of rust. A 4MOST, cheeks have mill marks otherwise clean. And a SHELTON in good shape with user name on cheek. Good (RUS234, 310, 374) 25-50
074. Lot of 2 edge tools. A stirrup adze, 4-1/2 inch edge, marked No. 3, surface rust, carved handle with a spot of green paint, modern wedge. And a broadaxe with 10-1/4 inch edge, forging flaw near edge, 10 inch handle.  Good (NHF374) 30-60
075. D. SIMMONS & CO broad axe head. 11-1/2 inch edge, also has user inital P.M. and hanghole through one side near mark. Good (RUS346) 35-70
076. Lot of 2 froes. 9-1/2 inch and 10 inch edges, good handles, one has modern wedge in eye.  Good (RRT780) 30-60
077. Pick and mattock. Appears to be a military adze, likely from WWII, marked DIAMOND CALK and what looks like 1943. Has canvas carrying case. Good (NHF) 40-80
078. L&IJ WHITE cooper's shave. 6-1/2 inch edge, large chip at end of handle, rusty blade with chips as well. Good- & better (RUS345) 35-70
079. Lot of 2 corner chisels. 3/4 inch edge and 1 inch edge. Larger one has nub of a handle, other has good handle but loose and pitted metal.  Good- (RUS60, 62) 35-70
080. Lot of 6 braces. Most are ratcheting including two FRAY, a GOODELL PRATT No. 2510, a STANLEY Handyman, and a FULTON. Plus an unmarked one with two jaw chuck. All have worn wood and some rust spots.  Good- & better (RUS83, 84, 86,91, 92, 95 ) 30-60
081. Lot of 7 braces. A few clean, most rusty with damage to wood, makers include STANLEY, CRAFTSMAN, PS&W, HSB & CO. Good- (RUS90, 93, 96, 97, 283, 284) 30-60
082. Lot of bit tools. Four braces including two child's toy braces, a MILLERS FALLS No. 1950, and a gentleman's ball brace. All but the Millers Falls have wear and rust. Plus a three-jaw-chuck hand drill with no bits and japanning 60%.  Good- & better (RUS85, 87, 88, 94, 98) 35-50
083. Small tool chest. 17 inch x 11 inch x 8 inch wood chest with dark stain, missing the panel in front of 5 drawers, wire replacement handle. Corner protectors ok, light wear and dinging. Good (ASY135) 30-60
*084. Youth tool chest No. 1A. 17-1/2 inch x 9-1/2 inch x 6-1/2 dovetailed box with good label, has about half its tools including saws, plane, clamp, mallet, hatchet.  Some staining and wear, missing rear trim. Good- (RBN7) 25-50
085. Gerstner style tool chest. Unmarked, 20 inch x 10-1/2 inch x 8 inch oak box with 7 drawers, decal initials R.S. on front. Mirror in lid, green felt lining in drawers. Rusty latches and corner protectors. Has National Lock Co. lock with key, some drawers loose due to missing track, could be repaired. Good- (ASY133) 40-80
086. Small tool chest. 16 inch x 10-1/2 inch x 8 inch oak box with metal and brass trim and corners, 7 drawers with leather pulls and leather handle. Missing front, a latch, a few leather pulls gone, and a few tracks missing for drawers. Some wear.  Good- (ASY134) 35-70
*087. Lot of 2 STANLEY Sweetheart promotional items. A brass belt buckle made by Alvin Sellens, No. 215 of 800, clean. And a die cast model truck made by MACK, in original packaging a little bent up but truck looks fine. Good (VTO82) 25-50
088. Lot of stamp books and envelopes. Two SCOTT'S American Album for United States Stamps, unused. A Modern Postage Stamp Album from the 1940s with some stamps affixed. A LIFE magazine featuring the World's Rarest Stamps. Five small pocket stamp books, three of which have stamps inside. 1974 and 1975 MINKUS stamp catalog supplements. And two large ring binders with numerous unused pre-stamped United Nations envelopes.  Good+ (PLH) 50-100
089. GENERAL DETROIT CO. QuickAid fire extinguisher. 13 inch long brass plated canister with label, Model 85, some flaking and tarnish. Good (CVR633) 30-60
090. Lot of railroad items. An ARMSTRONG WHITWORTH Locomotives Brochure 60 book, likely from around 1920, containing glossy prints of each locomotive pasted to a page, at least 30 pages long with light wear. Uncommon. And a French railroad lantern marked SNCF, clear glass missing from front, some light tarnish and wear. Plus we're throwing in a K-D LAMP CO. road flare lantern No. 604, looks to be battery operated with top light and six red side lights - one missing.   Good- & better (PLH602) 50-100
091. Lot of 2 household items. A TELECHRON electric clock, Model No. 2H39, red circular atomic style with domed clear front, light wear and might need repair to work. And a SILVERTONE tube radio, Model No. 109.216, bakelite case has crack, light wear, still works when plugged in but did not tune to a channel.  Good- (PLH144X, 606) 40-80
092. Lot of wooden boxes for axes. Two for KEEN KUTTER, one for CLEAR CUT, and one for PLUMB. All with some mild wear, a couple have chips and additional stamps. Plus a small box for KNIGHT'S asthma and hay fever cure.   Good- & better (PLH) 30-60
*093. Brass pot. 2-1/2 inches tall by 3-1/2 inches wide with lid with slot that can be closed by sliding knob, wear on black japanning gives a striped appearance.  Good (PLH) 20-40
*094. GAMEWELL Vitalarm fire detector. 6 inches tall, screws into light socket with light at bottom embossed with word FIRE. Has about 85% of original label. Good (PLH) 25-60
095. Lot of antique cards and postcards. About 100 total from the early 1900s to 1930s, includes various postcards and greeting cards in decent shape. Good (PLH) 30-60
096. 1834 scroll. The front depicts a shield with a crown on top of it, with a plane and calipers, shovel and guns inside shield, held by cherubs. The back has some writing in what looks like a Slavic language and the date 1834. Some flaking of paint off the canvas and a few cracks from age, otherwise remarkably in decent shape with black painted wood bars to roll it up.  Good (PLH) 100-200
097. UNITED NATIONS pre-stamped envelopes and postcards. Several dozen from the 1950s and 1960s, majority unused, with United Nations stamps and designs on the envelopes and cards. Many in protective wax envelopes. Good & better (PLH268X) 30-60
*098. Lot of golf clubs. Three chippers including one marked Andy Robertson, and a No. 8 marked Arnold Palmer. One chipper very rusty, others have spots of rust, two have wood handles and two are metal.  Good- & better (CVR12) 15-30
*099. Lot of three transitional planes. A 28 inch STANLEY No. 33, sweetheart cutter, wood worn, repaired tote, and a 15 inch No. 27 Liberty Bell, patent date cutter, tote replaced, wood has checks. And a 20 inch UNION No. 29, worn and tip of tote missing, rusty cutter.  Good- (RUS52, 53, 389) 20-40
*100. Lot of 5 STANLEY transitional planes. Three No. 31s including one with replaced wood bottom and a Type 10 and Type 13, all have patent date cutters, totes have some wear. Plus a Type 16 No. 28 and Type 13 No. 29, wear and chips to wood.  Good- & better (TWR369, 370, 371, 373) 25-50
*101. Lot of 4 transitional planes. Three STANLEYs - an earlier type No. 33 with eagle mark, and two later type No. 26. Wear to wood and a few chips. Plus a SARGENT No. 3420 with chips on tote and light wear mainly on sole.  Good (TWR363, 364, 368, 372) 25-50
*102. Lot of 3 STANLEY transitional planes. Two later type No. 26s, one with partial decal, moderate wear. And a No. 28, a few dings but fairly clean.  Good (TWR365, 367) 20-40
*103. Lot of 2 STANLEY Liberty Bell planes. A Type 3 No. 35 and a No. 127 that looks like Type 10. Light wear on both and repaired crack on the 127.  Good (TWR366) 20-40
104. Lot of 2 No. 5-1/2C bench planes. A later type STANLEY, japanning ok, crack in tote and chip in lever cap. And a KEEN KUTTER with 75% japanning, proper cutter, tote has staining but looks ok.  Good (FNK122, 123) 50-100
105. Lot of three No. 4 sized bench planes. Two STANLEYS, one with corregated sole and sweetheart mark and other later type with kidney lever cap. And a KEEN KUTTER KK4C, a little japanning left, crack and wear on tote.  Good- & better (FNK306, 308, 309) 40-80
106. Lot of 3 bench planes. Two STANLEYs, No. 5C with vee logo, plain lever cap, and three patents behind frog, and a No. 5-1/2C with notched rectangle cutter, both with good japanning. Plus a KEEN KUTTER K6C, chipped lever cap, japanning 80%.  Good- & better (FNK112, 121, 124) 40-80
107. Lot of 3 STANLEY No. 4C planes. A later model and two with chipped lever caps. Japanning 75-90%. One has cracked tote, one has chipped throat.other two worn. Good- & better (FNK286, 292, 298 ) 35-50
*108. STANLEY No. 113 circular plane. Later type, S casting mark on lever cap, unmarked blade, traces of japanning. Missing rear handle.  Good- (ASY70) 25-50
*109. GTL bench plane . 9-1/2 inch sole, unmarked cutter, brass body, tote and japanning good, light wear on sole. Good (ETN10) 25-50
*110. Lot of 2 STANLEY No. 4 sized bench planes. Both later types, U casting mark on lever cap of No. 4, good japanning. And a H1204 with blue japanning worn painted handle.  Good (FNK305, 307) 25-50
*111. Lot of 2 axes. A KEEN KUTTER with 3-1/2 inch edge and 24 inch handle, light pitting spots but edge good. And a CRAFTSMAN with 5 inch edge and 32 inch handle with duct tape grip and some chips, rust on head.  Good- & better (RUS38, 47) 25-50
112. Lot of 3 single bit axes. Makers are TRU-TEST, VAUGHAN, and KEEN KUTTER, all with 4-1/2 inch edge and light to moderately worn handles, surface rust on Vaughan.  Good (RUS35, 36, 37) 30-60
113. SPEAR & JACKSON slick. 2-1/2 inch edge, slightly curved body, 17-1/2 inch handle looks like a newer replacement, user initials scratched in metal. Good (JW128) 30-60
*114. Lot of 2 turnscrews. 28 inch and 33-1/2 inch, made from files with worn handles Good (NHF181) 10-20
115. Clapboard slick. D handle, 4-1/4 inch edge, unmarked except user marks. 29 inches total. Some pitting especially on front. Good (SPM894) 50-100
*116. Hoop driver. Framed metal body with wood handle 6-1/2 inches long including handle with 2-1/2 inch edge. Nicely made. Good (RUS280) 25-50
117. Lot of two 3 inch wide slicks. A FULTON TOOL CO. and a JAMES SWAN with partial mark. Some scratching on Fulton and hairline crack in handle, Swan is nice with good handle. Good (SPM895, 898) 50-100
*118. Lot of 8 block planes. A couple STANLEYS, a RITTER, a SARGENT, and some unmarked. One has brass prong replacing knob, moderate to high wear on most. Good- & better (RUS237, 245, 248, 249, 266, 303, 309) 15-30
*119. Lot of 7 block planes. A KEEN KUTTER K102, a STANLEY No. 18, a DE110, a MILLERS FALLS No. 16, STANLEY No. 102 and an early No. 103, and a CRAFTSMAN. All with light to moderate wear. Good (RUS295, 302, 307, 312, 313) 25-50
*120. Lot of 9 block planes. MILLERS FALLS No. 1455B, a STANLEY Handyman, ACE, STANLEY No. 102, STANLEY No. 101 and three other finger planes. Plus a LITTLE GIANT razor blade planer. A couple have rust. Good (RUS189, 267, 297) 25-50
*121. Lot of 5 block planes. STANLEY No. 60 low angle, SARGENT No. 5306, two CRAFTSMAN, and a DUNLAP. One or two have quite a bit of rust on sole, others clean.  Good (RUS238, 239, 247, 265, 299) 25-50
*122. Lot of 4 block planes. Two CRAFTSMAN, a STANLEY No. 9-1/2, and one unmarked. All fairly clean. Good  (RUS240, 301, 308, 311) 20-40
*123. Lot of STANLEY block planes. Two are No. 110s including one with sweetheart mark, and a No. 18 where someone has shaved off the top of the cheeks. Plus a FULTON double ended block plane in nice shape. Good- & better (RUS246, 296, 298, 300) 25-50
124. NORRIS infill smoother. Gunmetal body with 7-5/8 inch steel sole. Rosewood infill has some wear and dings, tip of tote has a couple chips. 2-1/4 inch WARD cutter, marked Norris London on cap.  Light dinging and surface rust to metal. Good (PLH476) 250-500
125. Infill jack plane. User made with possibly a European infill plane steel body and replaced beech fill with front knob and closed tote. Has Stanley style bench plane lever cap and 2 inch BUCK BROS cutter. Throat has been widened.  Good (MHT56) 50-100
126. Infill smoothing plane. Unmarked but looks like a NORRIS. Steel body, ebony fill and carved bun with rosewood closed tote. 2-1/4 inch HEARNSHAW cutter. Metal rusty especially on sole which also has circular shape ding, wood has wear and small chips. Could clean up ok.  Good- (PLH490) 125-250
127. Infill shoulder plane. Steel with rosewood infill, 6-5/8 inch sole, POPPING cutter. Wedge has large chip and general wear to wood, sole has pitting and chips at throat.  Good- (ESY149) 50-100
128. Infill low angle block plane. 7 inch sole, iron body, looks like a typical block plane converted into an infill with front bun, wedge and rear fill made of what looks like highly worn rosewood. Traces of japanning on metal, 1-5/8 inch cutter pitted.  Good (MHT65) 30-60
*129. Rabbet plane. Steel 9-1/2 inch long body with 3/8 cutter, body stuffed with some type of wood I can't identify, two hangholes through body, worn wedge and surface rust spots. Good- (HEN102) 25-50
*130. Lot of 3 blowtorches. Roughly 8 inches tall, two by LENK, one unmarked. Two are brass plated, one nickel. 70-80% labels on the Lenks. Good (MHT1B) 20-40
*131. Lot of 2 LENK blowtorches. One for alcohol, other for gasoline. Alcohol label nearly complete, other is 70%. Brass plating worn on the alcohol one but gasoline more complete. Good (MHT2B) 20-40
*132. Lot of 2 large OTTO BERNZ blowtorches. One nickel plated and other brass plated with red handles, clean with 80% labels. Good (MHT3B) 25-50
133. Lot of small oil cans. 11 or so in various shapes, one or two are leaking.  Good (RUS278) 30-60
134. DELAVAL cream separator oiler. Marked at base and also numbers 5809, glass and nickel plating good.  Good (RUS279) 30-60
*135. Lot of 3 tools. A STARRETT micrometer, a 3 inch plumb bob in sliding wood box, and a 2-1/2 inch green promotional magnet for W.A. WOOD CO in Everett, MA., in red pasteboard box.  Good (HBD5) 10-20
*136. Lot of 3 LENK alcohol blow torches. One in original box with missing ends, one marked patent pending, one plain. Boxed one has split in cap, light wear on all. Good (MHT51, 52) 20-40
137. CRAFTSMAN No. 3728 combination plane with cutters. Has both rod sets, plane and cutters in roll have rust spots. Box lid has dirt and split seams.  Good (NHF298) 40-80
138. Lot of 2 STANLEY No. 45 combination planes. A Type 2, missing depth stop and fence has crack, chip on tip of tote. And a Type 3, tote has mild wear, traces of japanning. Good- (FNK160, 161) 45-90
139. Lot of 3 STANLEY rabbet planes. Two No. 78s and a No. 192. One No. 78 is rusty with chip and ground sole, other has sweetheart cutter and 80% japanning. No. 192 has japanning retouched, missing nicker and cutter, otherwise good. Fair & better (RUS235, 236, 306) 35-70
140. STANLEY No. 148 tongue and groove plane. 7/8 inch, 90% plating, nice example. Good+ (PNG92) 50-100
141. STANLEY No. 146 tongue and groove plane. A No. 146 3/8 inch, one sweetheart cap other plain, nickel plating 90%.  Good+ (PNG88) 50-100
*142. STANLEY No. 46 dado plane. Plane body and fence only, early type with floral body. Tip of tote has chip and wear to wood, small chip on top of body, traces of japanning. Good- (FNK) 25-50
143. Lot of 5 DISSTON saws. 4 D-7s, one is more modern, one has partial label around medallion, all have light to moderate use. Plus a No. 12 with wheatsheaf handle, good etch, light wear. Good- & better (NCY8, 9) 35-70
144. Lot of 4 saws. Two are DISSTON including a No. 12 with wheatsheaf handle and one with rust over the etch but good handle. Plus a JOHN B. VARICK CO. with 16 inch blade, good etch. And what looks like a FRYE, PHILLIPS, & CO No. 36, light etch. Wear on all handles. Good (NCY7, 11) 35-70
145. Lot of 4 DISSTON saws. One with illegible etch and thumbhole handle with chipped horn, a No. 7 with chipped horn and faint etch, a D-8 with lightly worn handle, and a modern one with rusty blade and no etch. Good- & better (RML11, RML13, RML12) 30-60
146. Lot of 3 saws. Two SIMONDS, a No. 5 missing nut with wheatsheaf handle, top horn missing, good etch. And one with faint etch and missing nut, handle ok. Plus a SIMONDS HARDWARE CO. with wheatsheaf handle with light wear, good blade.  Good (BFS338, 341, 346) 40-80
147. Lot of 4 SIMONDS saws. Two No. 10-1/2s, one with tarnished blade and decent handle, other shorter with a few paint spots on handle and ok blade. And two No. 10s, one with light wear on handle and a few rust spots, and other shorter with lightly worn wheatsheaf handle, blade ok. Good (BFS337, 339, 348, 351) 45-90
*148. Hacksaw. Old model with solid iron frame and older iron blade; turned hardwood handle. Surface rust but intact. Good (LEE854) 20-40
149. Lot of 4 hacksaws. Makers include STARRETT No. 146, MILLERS FALLS No. 10 and 515A, and a SIMONDS. No. 10 has no blade, the Simonds has a Stanley blade, light wear on all. Good- & better (BFS370, 381, 382, 383) 30-60
150. Lot of 6 hatchets. Carpenter's and roofing hatchets by UNDERHILL, OVB, FULTON, STANLEY Handyman, and unmarked. Most have light surface rust.  Good (RUS119, 125, 132, 133, 134, 414) 30-60
*151. Lot of 5 hatchets. FULTON, PLUMB, OVB, VAUGHAN carpenter and roofing hatchets, light wear.  Good (RUS69, 120, 121, 124, 126) 25-50
152. Lot of 3 PLUMB hatchets. Two Boy Scouts single bits, and one carpenter's hatchet. One Boy Scouts clean, other has moderate wear.  Good (RUS65, 128, 413) 40-80
153. Lot of 3 hatchets. A BUSTER BROWN SHOES single bit with worn handle, a clean PLUMB with sheath, and a highly worn unmarked one. Good- & better (RUS70, 129, 351) 30-60
*154. Lot of 4 hatchets. MERIT, VAN CAMP, WINCHESTER, R. KING. All have moderate wear and some chips in handles.  Good- (RUS72, 127, 130, 258) 25-50
155. I. BLOOD broad axe head. 12-1/2 inch edge, Ballston, NY mark for Isaiah Blood who made axes in the mid-1800s. Light surface rust. Good (RUS398) 50-100
*156. Lot of 4 carpenter's hatchets. FIRESTONE, WINCHESTER, VAUGHAN, and partial mark that looks like "ELSOR & CO." Light wear on most. Good (RUS66, 131, 260) 25-50
157. Lot of 9 beading planes. M. COPELAND, GREENFIELD, SANDUSKY, OHIO TOOL, 1 inch to 3/16 inch in widths. Either double or single boxing on all, most boxing good but a few have stains or chips. Good (RUS173, 217, 220, 218, 228, 195, 211, 227, 225) 40-80
158. Lot of 7 molding planes. Majority are ogees of varying widths, most marked OHIO, BARTLETT, AUBURN TOOL. Damage and staining on several, no boxing, 1 inch to 2 inch in widths of cuts.  Good- & better (RUS162, 174, 177, 185, 222, 221, 184) 35-70
159. Lot of rounding planes. 4 nosing planes with double cutters, 3 rounds. Makers include BARTLETT, SANDUSKY, GREENFIELD. 1-1/2 inch to 1/2 inch in widths, some staining and age on most. Good- & better (RUS155, 175, 176, 178, 179, 203, 223) 40-80
*160. INTERNATIONAL MFG CO. breast drill. With straight adjustable handle rather than typical crank handle. Marked patent pending. One of the two pinion wheels has chip so it has difficulty turning, paint on chuck. Very rare breast drill in decent condition otherwise. Good- (VTD5) 25-50
*161. MILLERS FALLS No. 13A breast drill. Marked on chuck, vial wet and japanning good, a little wear but overall clean Good (REW375) 20-40
162. Lot of 2 breast drills. One marked STANLEY No. 741 Special with sweetheart mark and a LAKESIDE. Both have wear, japanning missing, and need a cleaning, but work fine. Good (FNK632, 633) 30-60
*163. Early breast drill. Looks manufactured but not marked, circular chuck with square locking screw, small breast plate, traces of japanning.  Good (REW378) 20-40
*164. RUSBY patent extendible drill. One of the most gimmicky of the breast drills with its extendible neck to fit into tight locations. Breast pad is missing as it almost always is and surface rust throughout, wood worn. Good- (ASY69) 25-50
*165. Lot of 4 hand drills. Makers are MILLERS FALLS, GOODELL-PRATT, FULTON, and CONSOLIDATED TOOL WORKS. Japanning flaked on all, wear to wood, no major damage.  Good (NCY39) 25-50
166. RUSSELL JENNINGS auger bit set IOB. 13 clean new bits in 3 compartment box with nearly complete label, all hinges and clasps present, box has light wear and scratching but no major damage Good+ (HEN65) 60-120
167. DISSTON & SONS Shopsmith lathe chisel set IOB. 5 chisels with a couple spots of rust but mostly clean, box good with a little wear.  Good (NCY18) 35-70
*168. Auger bits in wood box. 13 bits with mixed makers inside tall front-hinged wood box with brass corners on lid, wear to wood and chip on corner. A few bits have rust. Good (MSV70) 25-50
*169. CLEVELAND TWIST DRILL CO bits IOB. 10 bits from 3/8 inch to 1/16 inch plus a few allen wrenches thrown in. 85% label on sliding lid wood box with a few chips on corners.  Good (ASY55) 15-30
*170. Lot of two STARRETT dial indicators IOB. A No. 196A unused in clean wood case with decent pasteboard box and a No. 25-141 in worn pasteboard box, lightly used with some rust.  Good- & better (HAN667) 25-50
171. CLARK'S screwdriver IOB. Patented wood handle and spring chuck by R.H. Brown & Company of Westville, Connecticut. Not marked with 4/22/73 patent date Wood box has with 4 bits inside and good label. Wear and surface rust. Good- (ASY71) 35-70
172. STANLEY No. 69 hand beader with cutters. Inside fingerjointed wood box that's likely repurposed and holds 9 cutters, plating on beader 80% and light wear on handle.  Good+ (HEN67) 100-200
173. Lot of two nicely made panel gauges. One made of tiger maple with prominent striping, wood locking screw, pin ok. And one made of mahogany with boxwood wedge and thumbscrew, pin good, user mark. Good+ (MSV26) 35-70
174. GOODELL-PRATT No. 807 combination square IOB. Box contains two rules and two heads, one red and one black, looks unused with a few rust spots. Lid has split seams. Good (MHT) 35-70
175. Lot of 15 measuring tapes. Majority are pocket tapes, several are STANLEY, a few LUFKIN. Most clean. Good (FNK615, 616, 631) 30-60
176. Log rule. Unmarked, 24 inch long and 7/8 inch square body with light wear to lacquer. Brass end caps. Good (MSV17) 30-60
*177. Wooden dividers. Look hand carved from mahogany, 12 inch legs with one point and pencil missing from other, brass locking thumbscrew. 1896 stamped on it.  Good (DTN374) 20-40
*178. Lot of 3 STANLEY marking gauges. No. 65, No. 72, and No. 74. No. 74 has sweetheart mark, all with light wear.  Good  (FNK418, 421, 427) 25-50
*179. Lot of calipers and dividers. Makers include 3 BROWN & SHARPE, and 1 SANDOW TOOL CO. Plus we're throwing in a patented knife sharpener invented by Fred Pass of Chicago in 1926.  Good (NCY103) 20-40
180. Lot of rules. A STEPHENS & CO No. 36 combination rule and level with wet vial, some staining, pitting on angle blade. Plus STANLEY No. 54, 61 and 34, all faded with significant staining, and a crisp No. 61. And a small bevel with wood handle and 4 inch brass blade. Good- & better (RUS256, 271, 317, 318, 391) 40-80
181. Small sewing box. That's my best guess. 14-1/2 inch by 10-1/2 inch by 6 inch with two hinged lids on either side of brass handle that have 2-1/2 inch wide compartmented boxes under which lift out. Drawer on bottom. Dinging and scratches to wood but in decent shape. Needs key for drawer but not locked.  Good (PLH) 40-80
*182. Mid-century electric drill. Made by MANNING-BOWMAN, model 70556, some wear. No chuck key. Inside user made wooden box. Good (AND22) 20-40
183. Wood box with tools. 19-1/2 inch by 12 inch by 9-1/2 inch stained dark box containing 1-1/4 inch chisel, several rasps, t-handle auger, metal C clamps, 3/4 inch modern chisel, masonry chisel, plumb bob, corner square, zig zag rule, etc. Scratching to outside, no lock. Good (AND) 40-80
184. Green box with tools. 18 inch x 13 inch x 13 inch wood box containing 3-1/2 inch NEW HAVEN TOOL slick head with hole through body, KEEN KUTTER K115 circular plane missing frog and blade, panel gauge, hammer, hatchet head, marking gauges, saw handles, and unmarked heavily worn wedge arm plow plane with no cutter or wedge. Has lock but no key. Good- (NCY20, 22, 84, 85, 93, 95, 98) 30-60
185. HOLTZAPFFEL & CO small chest. Has nearly complete label on inside lid. 18 inch by 9-1/2 inch by 9 inch made of dovetailed mahogany, brass handles, small trays along back wall. Missing lock and knobs on drawer, water stains and inactive worm.  Good- (PLH) 35-70
*186. Jointer plane. Marked "From Alex Steel, Rock Island, ILL" on toe which is probably a user mark. 26 inches long, tip of tote broken with poor repair but present, 2-5/8 inch cutter good but plane worn. Good- (RUS51) 10-20
187. NEW YORK TOOL CO. jointer with gauge. Has attached joint gauge fence on 26 inch razee body, 2-1/2 inch AUBURN TOOL cutter. Wood worn with a few chips. Good (BSR423) 30-60
*188. Lot of 3 jointers. Makers include J. PIERCE and SCIOTO WORKS, 30 inch, 26 inch, and 22 inch in length. Longest has BUTCHER cutter and chipped throat, shortest has no cutter. Wood worn on all. Good- (ECN70) 25-50
189. Panel raiser. Unmarked, cuts 2 inches with skewed DWIGHTS FRENCH cutter, some age checks but overall wood is nice. Good (DTN368) 35-70
190. OGONTZ TOOL jack plane with gauge. Has metal gauge fence with locking thumbscrew, plane clean with light wear to beech body and chip on tote.  Good (DTN335) 30-60
191. Ebony soled plane. ANCHOR PLANE CO. on toe, 2 inch cutter also marked Anchor. Razee body has crack behind tote, 1/4 inch thick ebody screwed onto sole, two screws through rear of plane to repair crack. Good- (DTN336) 30-60
192. Coachmaker's router. 1/8 inch cutter, wood and metal both good and lightly polished, leather strap at one end for hanging, nicely made. Good (PNG70) 50-100
*193. Coachmaker's side router. 5 inch wood body with metal plate and cutting mechanism that has dual cutting edges on the side and what looks like slots for dual side nickers. Cutter head held in place by bolt through body and square nut. Part of mechanism near one of the two screws is broken off but does not seem to effect use.  Good- (DTN) 20-40
194. MILLERS FALLS No. 2 spokeshave. Has a removable shoe that can be repositioned to change the profile of the sole. An early and uncommon MF tool, 11" with rosewood handles, some light rust. Good (OVR82) 35-70
195. Lot of two MILLERS FALLS cigar shaves. One with triangle logo and red paint, other older version, handles have light wear, some wear to plating. Good (BFS42, 43) 40-80
196. Lot of 5 boxwood rules. 4 by STANLEY including a No. 70, No. 78-1/2, No. 59, and No. 62. Plus a C-S No. 60 double arch. All have some wear and tarnish to brass, all missing inner pins. Good- (LBD55, 59, 65, 69, 78) 30-60
197. Lot of 2 STANLEY rules. A No. 94 carriage maker's rule, 4 foot 4-fold, two strips of brass missing by hinge where it has dent, pins short, slightly sprung. And a No. 22 board scale rule, some chips and wear, pin missing, scales worn but mostly legible.  Good- (LBD92, 94, 100) 60-120
198. STANLEY No. 35 bench rule. Uncommon rule offered from 1910-17 only. Two-fold, one-foot, with single line Type 3 mark.  Worn but legible, tight with good pins, small chip by pin on backside. Good (LBD67) 60-120
199. Lot of 3 caliper rules. Two by STANLEY including a No. 36-1/2R with light wear and staining, a No. 62C with sweetheart mark, stains and wear, and a LUFKIN No. 781C with light wear and slightly sprung. Good (LBD41, 43, 62, 67) 50-100
*200. Lot of three wooden spokeshaves. All unmarked with brass plates in sole, wear to wood, stains, hangholes. Good- (PNG66, 95, 97) 20-40
201. Lot of 7 rules. Six STANLEYs including No. 66-1/2, worn and stained, No. 53-1/2 with beveled inner edges, some stains, Nos. 61 and 61A, No. 68, and No. 84, all highly worn. Plus a STEPHENS & CO No. 50 with light wear and pins missing. Good- & better (LBD52, 56, 70, 76, 79, 81, 89) 50-100
202. Lot of three English planes. A JIFFY fibreboard plane IOB, bronze sole, looks barely used, holes on one side for some sort of attachment (not present). A BRILLANT No. 300 bench plane with green japanning and wear to wood. And a RECORD T-5 jack plane with side handle, wear to wood lacquer otherwise good.  Good (ACS43, 81, 93) 35-70
*203. Lot of 2 STANLEY circular planes. Type 2 No. 113, has about half its finish, handle is nickel plated and replacement, pitting. And a No. 13, patent date on adjustment knob, two-line mark on cutter, traces of japanning. Good- (FNK271) 25-50
204. Lot of two STANLEY No. 40 scrub planes. Both look like early types, one with vee mark cutter and other with two-line cutter, japanning 80%, wood worn.  Good (BSR108, 110) 40-80
*205. Lot of 3 aluminum planes. Two ALUMO, a 1A and 2B, the 1A missing cutter locking mechanism and replaced with wood wedge and someone attached two fences on either side of sole. Plus a UTIL PLANE block plane in decent shape. Good (RER7) 25-50
206. PHILLIPS patent plow plane. The third version of the Phillips patent, with no maker mark on the skate and rosewood tote, 3/8 inch cutter. See PTAMPIA I, page 86 (left). Japanning 70%, crack in tote, spots of rust.  Good (MSV46) 150-300
207. STANLEY No. 12-1/2 veneer scraper. Later type, good rosewood sole, handle has mild wear, japanning good. Could use a cleaning. Good (COL260) 40-80
208. H.L. JAMES screw arm tongue plane. Clean with a few chips in threads, double boxed, good tote. Good (PLH3031) 30-60
209. MANNEBACH BROS croze and howell. Maker's mark several times on both bodies, brass straps and hanghole on both, replacement wedge on croze. Howell has 3 inch wide slightly curved WHITE cutter and handle with black paint. Both have light wear. Good (REW1495, 1511) 50-100
*210. Handled screw-arm tongue plane. Looks European, unmarked, oversized nuts and 3-half inch wide fence. Large brass washer and square nut in front of chewed wedge, tote has tip missing, checks in body. Good- (ESY5) 20-40
211. Rosewood plow plane. Unmarked, nice sapwood streak in body with darker arms and fence. Wear to wood, threads have significant chipping, tip of tote missing and smoothed over. HALL, CASE & CO cutter. Nicely made but highly used through the years.   Good- (CVR243) 30-60
*212. Lot of 3 planes. A European style sash plane, highly worn with rope hole at toe. And two V planes, one handled with double fences, other is beech with grip grooves at rear.   Good- (DTN278, 393, 394) 20-40
*213. Wedge arm filletster plane. Unmarked, replacement cutter wedge and one arm wedge missing, wood worn and stained.  Good- (RUS183) 15-30
214. PHILLIPS patent beam drill. One of the least common beam drills, patented in 1872 by Zechariah Phillips of Pittsburgh, with a spiral screw adjustment, adjustable uprights and handles. Traces of japanning, mild wear to wood and chip at top of body, still works smoothly. Good (REW1622) 60-120
215. MANNEER bench drill press. 21 inches tall, 1880s model with locking thumbscrew chuck, mounted to metal forked base, likely repainted, some rust. Still works smoothly. Good (SPM) 40-80
216. Mitre jack. 33 inches tall with 10 inch by 7 inch triangular jaws, chip to wood near handle, some wear. Unmarked other than user stamp. Good- (SPM495) 40-80
217. Massive mallet. Likely for hammering tent stakes, 6 inch wide log inside two solid iron rings, 26 inch handle looks like newer replacement. Inactive worm on head, ends have splits. Good (CVR) 30-60
*218. Barrel cask. 10 inches wide x 18 inches tall, strapped top and bottom and wires in center hold it together. Light wear and rust. Good (CVR) 20-40
219. Caulking mallet. 16 inch by 3 inch head, 28 inch handle. A few chips to wood, iron rings have light surface rust. Good (BSR) 40-80
220. Beam drill. Unmarked, all wood frame that does not fold down, wood worn, traces of japanning, FRENCH SWIFT & CO auger bit in chuck.  Good- (UNK) 40-80
221. Lathe bed. All wood and likely came from a foot powered lathe. 42 inch long with a fixed headstock and cast iron point. Sliding, wedge-locked tailstock with replacement wedge, square head bolts.  Good (DJG) 40-80
222. Tool chest. 39 inch x 23 inch x 22 inch dovetailed corners with metal strips on lid and base, painted green and black on outside, bright green on inside lid. Inside compartments are 4 drawers with top lid, a front lidded section for saws and chisels, plus two side lidded sections also for chisels. Hinges broken on a few. 4 metal handles on sides. Includes DENISON plow plane, jointer plane, coffin plane, various bits and turnscrews, a couple rules, saw and saw file.  Good- (CSD) 75-150
223. Trunk. 28 inch x 18 inch x 17 inch with metal and wood strips on exterior, inside has one upper compartment that lifts out. Leather strap handles on sides, light wear and scratching. Good (CVR) 60-120
224. Milk bottle return store sign. Three painted pasteboard signs with black background and white and yellow letters asking to return milk bottles to crates promptly when empty. 22 inch by 14 inch. A little rubbing on backs and one has small tear at corner.  Good  (PLH1K) 40-80
225. MARVEL suction vacuum cleaner. Patented 12/14/09, 46 inches tall and pump handle extends to an additional 22 inches. Brass tube shaped body with square collection container at base with roller beneath. Painted red, missing strap that covers holes at top of tube to create suction.  Good  (PLH2K) 40-80
226. SCHUYLER patented wall paper trimmer. 25 inch by 21 inch body has partially stenciled name J.F. SCHUYLER and patent date of November 29 1870, for which I can't find a patent, but there are records that a Mrs. Schuyler ran a paper trimmer manufacturing company in Fostoria after her husband died in 1881. However by 1889 an improved model was being manufactured by the O.V. WOOD CO., also in Fostoria. This example is prior to the Wood manufacture period, wood has wear but in decent shape for age. Good  (PLH3K) 125-250
227. GILBERT "Big Boy" tool box. 22-1/2 inch x 11 inch x 5 inch red painted box with brass front edges, decal on outside of lid and inside lid has decal of boy with tool apron. Has black lift out tray has smaller tools such as screwdrivers and squares, woodworking plans and Gilbert Home Workshop book, underneath has tools such as saws, braces, planes.  Good  (PLH4K) 100-200
228. Corn sheller. Two boards with teeth, one with handle at one end and attached together with peg and spring at other end. Painted yellow, worn and some rust, repaired in a few spots. Good  (PLH5K) 125-250
229. DAZEY 1 quart butter churn. Reproductions are popular today, but this is an original with about 60% of its nickel plating on gears and lid, some rust and wear, glass jar rim has small chip. Very uncommon size. Good  (PLH6K) 120-240
230. GOODELL "Lightning" apple parer. Unusual design with semi-circle gear resting parallel to table when clamped and handle runs along the track also in a semi-circular shape to turn forks while blade is stationary. Wood handle has staining, some light surface rust. Good  (PLH7K) 40-80
231. Enamelware wash basin. 11-1/2 inch at rim with 9 inch base, 4 inches deep. Outer blue and white enamel good, inner has rust and staining.  Good  (PLH8K) 30-60
232. Lot of ice cream scoops. 7 are mechanical and two conical ones including one with thumbscrew that controls scraper including a CLEWELL patent from 1878. Some wear. Good (EMN25) 35-70
*233. NEW STANDARD No. 20A cherry stoner. Has about 75% nickel plating red handle, still works. Good (EMN40) 20-40
234. Lot of two ENTERPRISE cherry stoners. A No. 1 and a No. 17. The No. 1 looks repainted but No. 17 has gold pinstriping. Both seem to still work.  Good (UNK) 30-60
*235. Lot of two metal tapes. Both with orange handles inside frames and made by LUFKIN and RABONE. Clean with light rust and wear to handles.  Good (HAN671) 25-50
*236. Antique trowel. 8-1/2 inch blade looks to be made from file, highly worn wood handle with decorative brass ferrule, likely from 1800s.  Good (DCR386) 20-40
*237. Lot of two jeweler's anvils. 4-1/2 inch and 4 inch in length. Clean. Good (RRT787) 10-20
238. BELL SYSTEM smelting pot and ladle . Pot is 6 inches across and 3-1/2 inches deep, ladle is 4-1/2 inches across and marked Bell System on bottom, wood handle.  Good (RRT786) 50-100
239. Lot of 7 brass faucets. A few marked MORRISON BROS., most clean. Good (RUS281) 35-70
240. D.C.  YOUNG dairy knife. 4 tined, sharp, from the 1860s. Used in the separation of the curd from the whey.  Good (RUS230) 40-80
241. IRON AGE seed planter. Still has partial decal on seed canister, adjusts with knob below canister for type of seed. No large front wheel or handles, rusty.  Good- (PLH9K) 50-100
242. NEW ROGERS jig saw. Has most of red pin striping and leather belt, wood is slightly stained. Has rust but pedals still work and just needs a blade.  Good (PLH10K) 80-160
243. PICKERING patented governor. Patented October 7, 1862, Pickering manufactured governors for sawmill steam engines. Cast iron with brass, a few cracks in the metal. Missing globe shaped base. Good (PLH11K) 125-250
244. PLANET JR double wheel cultivator. Has plow, rake, tiller, and cultivator attachments. Handles have some wear, metal rusty and has piece of wood screwed to one wheel well.  Good (PLH12K) 150-300
245. Bench lathe. Unmarked, mounted to piece of wood, turns with handle or by leather belt but would need some cleaning to work properly. Rusty. Good (PLH13K) 50-100
246. Large saw vise. Unmarked, 20 inch long jaws, 4-1/2 inch by 9 inch base with holes to attach to bench, jaws very slightly open and close with wood handle on backside of one jaw. Repainted. Good (CVR635A) 35-70
247. Lot of 3 logging saws. 48 inch, 55 inch, and 60 inch long blades, all with one handle and unmarked. Surface rust on blades and wear to handles.  Good (RUS48, 49, 50) 35-70
248. Lot of 6 saw vises. Makers include STEARNS, STOVER, DISSTON, SARGENT, and two unmarked. All have some rust, Disston has the most.  Good- & better (CVR635B) 40-80
249. Lot of pulleys. 8 total, both wood and iron frames, one marked HUDSON and another has anvil symbol, rest unmarked. Variety of sizes, rust and wear.   Good- & better (CVR16) 35-70
250. Lot of saws. 3 ice or logging saws, one with double handles; 2 rip saws, one DISSTON; and a double bladed saw. Surface rust and wear to handles, a few teeth broken on double bladed saw. Good- & better (CVR) 35-70
*251. Large wooden wing dividers. 27 inch legs, one with point and other with pencil, iron wing, unmarked but has user stamps. Light wear, missing ferrules.  Good (ECN228) 20-40
252. Lot of 2 handled tools. A tilling spade with strapped wooden D-handle, cast iron body, curved end still sharp. And a hand ice plow, also with wooden D-handle painted red, head consists of seven pointed blades set at an angle, inner five are toothed. Used to cut and harvest ice.  Good (DCR446, 447) 50-100
253. Lot of 3 hay knives. Two look manufactured with double handles, unmarked, some wear. Plus a primitive one that looks hand forged with highly worn wood handle, wide blade is rusty. Plus a BRADES England slate ripper, missing wood handle. Good- & better (FNK571, 572, 573, 579) 30-60
254. Lot of 2 tools. A manure shovel, wooden strapped D-handle, has about half its plating, slight rust. And a CHAMPION AUGER CO. post hole digger marked with Smith's 3/23/1886 patent. Controlled by bar that lays parallel to handle, rusty and worn but still works.  Good- & better (CVR602, 603) 30-60
255. Mallets and splitting wedge. Two froe mallets, one larger with 22 inch handle and 9-1/2 inch head, inactive worm and heavy wear in one spot, other hand carved with wear at end. Plus three square head mallets and a wooden 9 inch long splitting wedge. Throwing in a partial large screw vise from a workbench with wear.  Good (ECN225, 326, 327) 35-70
256. Lot of 2 hay tools. A handforged forked hay knife, 36 inches long, curved wood handle, light rust. And a scythe with 25 inch long blade and decoratively carved handle, very well made and clean.   Good (DCR405, 412) 35-70
*257. Froe. 12 inch edge with 21 inch handle, clean. Good (ECN73) 20-40
258. Lot of 3 spoon augers. Tag attached identifies them as Scandinavian. 1-3/8 inch, 1-5/8 inch, and 1-7/8 inch wide and still sharp, wood handles have light wear and one with broken end. Used in wooden shoe making.  Good (DCR422) 40-80
*259. Lot of 2 hay knives. One with July 20, 1875 patent by by Russell Kellogg of Battle Creek, MI, with two handles attached in a triangular manner to a serrated blade. And one with 23 inch finely serrated edge that tapers to point, straight wood handle, faint blue japanning. Good (DCR446, 447) 25-50
260. Tool chest. 31 inches x 16 inches x 20 inches, wood looks like oak. Metal trim on edges, inside has two trays with lids and two trays without lids, H. ST. GERMAIN in green paint on inside lid and H.ST.G. on outside below lock. Wood relacquered at one point, a few paint splotches, has key.  Good (PLH14K) 125-250
261. VICTOR shipping box. 25 inch x 22 inch x 18 inch without lid, has Victor "His Master's Voice" embossed on two sides with red and black paint, one side clean and other dirty. Also has "Mrs. W. Brown, Pepperell, Mass" and "JW, NY" in a circle in black paint. Other end has "MAH-9" which likely stood for a mahogany Victrola VV-IX model. Some wear.  Good (PLH15K) 100-200
262. STANLEY No. 45 with cutters. A Type 7 with short rods only, small chip on tote, plating 85%. With 18 cutters inside brass sliding tin stamped "Mass State Board of Health." Good (NCY31, 46) 40-80
263. STANLEY No. 50 light plow plane. Later type, 1 cutter, plating 80%.  Good (RUS285) 30-60
264. STANLEY No. 55 combination plane. Body and one fence only. Wood ok. Good- (RUS286) 30-60
265. STANLEY No. 13-050 combination plane. Plane plus 18 blades in plastic sleeve, light wear. Good (MLR27) 40-80
266. Lot of two STANLEY No. 46 dado planes. One is a Type 2 without the wraparound depth stop or cutters, but does have the auxiliary sliding section and long rods. Tote has chip, japanning ok. Other is a Type 6 with short rods, one cutter, wood worn, traces of japanning.  Good- (LHD146) 60-120
267. Lot of 3 STANLEY planes. STANLEY No. 48 tongue and groove plane, early type, japanning 80%. And two No. 78s, one made in US other made in England. English version has depth stop and fence but has large chip at base of handle.  Good- & better (NCY37) 40-80
268. Lot of chisels. 2 inch to 1/4 inch in widths, about half have handles, makers include WITHERSBY, BUTCHER, OVB, and STANLEY. Some have rust spots, most edges ok. Good (RUS47, 61) 60-120
269. Lot of two open scorps. One with 5 inch slightly curved edge and a GREAVES with more curved 4 inch edge. Both still sharp, handles have light wear.  Good (GAN) 40-80
270. Lot of two closed scorps. 3 inch and 3-1/2 inch. Smaller one rusty with a chip in edge, larger one marked W. Germany and clean.  Good- & better (GAN) 35-70
271. Lot of 5 chisels. 2 inch to 3/4 inch in size, makers are MIX, MOULSON BROS, UNDERHILL, and BUCK BROS. Handles have some wear and cracking, metal pretty clean. Good (MSV133) 40-80
*272. I. SORBY gooseneck mortise chisel. 1/2 inch size, clean with lightly worn handle and nice brass ferrule.  Good (ACS61) 25-50
*273. Lot of 2 chisels. A 3/4 inch corner chisel by PS&W, some rust spots but end ok. And a 1/2 inch mortise chisel, rusty with nick at end.  Good (RUS64) 25-50
*274. Lot of 5 coachmaker's rabbet planes. Various sizes made from birdseye maple and beech, look user made and stamped "F.H. Borrmann" under tails, and dates 1976-1992 on toes. Nicely made and clean. Good (HNL487, 489, 490, 493, 668) 25-50
275. LIE-NIELSEN No. 9 mitre plane. Based on the Stanley No. 9 but with a cherry knob that can be moved from the side to top which Stanley never thought of. L-N isn't making them anymore and they'll run you north of $500 if you can find one. Unfortunately missing the hot dog, a few light spots of surface rust, otherwise nice and clean.  Good (THF325) 300-600
276. LIE-NIELSEN No. 95R edge trimming plane plane. Brass body, 5-3/4" long, 7/8" cutter.  $150 new. Mint in original packaging. Fine (MCY51) 75-150
277. BRIDGE CITY BS-5 transfer bevel square. Made of rosewood and brass. Number 741, mint in original packaging. No longer in production but would have cost $95 new. Fine (RER9) 60-120
278. Lot of 9 coachmaker's rabbet planes. 3-1/2 inch soles to 1-1/4 inch soles, various shapes in woods like birdseye maple and pear wood. Look user made and stamped "F.H. Borrmann" or "FHB," and dates 1976-1986 on toes. Nicely made and clean. Good (HNL492. 495, 496, 499, 501) 30-60
279. Holster for folding lockback knife. Sold by LIE-NIELSEN and ran $40 new. Stitched leather case holds a 5 inch knife.  Good+ (MCY29) 30-60
280. Lot of two STANLEY 150th anniversary tools IOB. A pocket tape, mint with instructions included. And a 8" square, rosewood handle with brass edge and blade. Looks mint. Boxes have some light wear on corners and a couple dings.  Fine (CAN136,137) 35-70
*281. Lot of 4 STANLEY levels. 28 inch and 30 inch No. 50s, one with sweetheart mark, a 28 inch No. 30, and a 28 inch No. 0. All have wear to wood and tarnish on brass, one No. 50 has dry vial and missing one brass plate, rest have intact vials.  Good- (TWR323) 20-40
*282. Lot of 4 STANLEY levels. One 24 inch No. 03 and two 28 inch No. 3, and a 28 inch No. 25. All have wear and dinging, user initials scratched into one or two. The No. 25 has one brass vial ring loose.  Good- & better (TWR327) 20-40
283. Lot of 6 STANLEY levels. A 22 inch No. 00, a 28 inch No. 1, a 26 inch No. 2, a 30 inch No. 03, and 24 inch and 30 inch No. 6. Vials wet, some wear and scratching. Good (TWR109) 30-60
284. Lot of 5 STANLEY levels. 28 inch No. 3, No. 16, and No. 20. A 26 inch No. 30 and a 24 inch No. 60. Wear and dinging to wood, vials all appear wet. Good (TWR326) 30-60
285. FIELD'S parallel rule. Invented by Captain William Field in the mid-19th century, labelled "Capt. Field's Improved." Nearly 21 inches long boxwood rules attached with brass hinges, slightly tarnished. Small crack on one edge, otherwise light wear. Good (PLH3030) 30-70
286. Railroad track level. Unmarked, 44 inch long body has traces of red paint, 3-1/2 inch level vial with brass plate, 11 inch long iron rule through the stock at one end marked from 1 inch to 8 inch with large locking thumbscrew. Two hangholes, moderate wear to wood. Good- (SPM394) 50-100
287. Lot of 4 mason's levels. A 46 inch long one painted green with no top vial and 6 stock vials. A STANLEY No. 45 level, lacquer flaking and wear to wood, brass tarnished. A 76 inch long one with grips painted black, user made. And a more modern looking 48 inch long one with Master Quality partial decal, blue paint around vials, laminated stock. Good- & better (ECN198, 217, 234, 238) 35-70
288. BARNES Velocipede scroll saw No. 2. Has majority of red pin striping, seat was painted silver at some point, leather strap might be a replacement but works fine. Wood base repaired in one spot with metal plate underneath.  Good (RRT) 200-400
289. Railroad oil can. 22 inch long spout, black japanned, light wear to can. Good (CVR632) 30-60
290. Saddle bench vise. Nicely made with stuffed leather seat pad riveted to 26 inch long bench. Vise has 4 inch wide jaws and is controlled with bar across base attached to leather strap.  Good (RRT) 100-200
291. BARNES lathe. 61 inches wide with two lathe ends and guard clamped on, marked W.F. & J. Barnes, Rockford, IL, 1874 on legs. Missing wheel and belt, surface rust. Fair (RRT) 50-100
292. GROUT'S EXCELSIOR foot pedaled burnishing tool. Used to polish or burnish with wheels attached to either side of head. 44 inches tall, wood platform, leather strap cracked but still works. Marked on head and wheel. Grout's made railroad pocket watches as well. Good (RRT) 75-150
293. CHAMPION mortiser. Jacob Leukart patented this mortiser on 11/10/12, and this date, his name, and Columbus, OH, are cast into the body. 14 inches tall due to the side bars being shorter than normal, 12 inches wide, good wood handle, surface rust and grime.  Good (RRT784) 60-120
294. Anvil. Roughly 80 pounds, 12-1/2 inch face with 9-1/2 inch step and horn. Carved "Panax" on one side. Slight surface rust and dinging, two hardy holes.  Good (RRT) 100-200
295. EDWARD BRACEWELL combination tool. Looks like a jack with L-shaped body, marked with Edward Bracewell and Keighley England, one end has large wrench marked Samson mounted on a screw-arm, side of jack has two heads that are textured with one fixed and other rotates with a handle, both locked in place with large bolt and square nut.  Good (PLH) 50-100
296. Hollow auger jig. Used to cut a tenon on a spoke or a chair leg. Square chuck with hex locking screw to hold bit, chuck is at the end of long screw rod attached to metal handle, surrounded by thin metal frame. Blacksmith made, missing the ring that would be used to wedge the two legs together around a wood spoke. Good (PLH106X) 30-60
*297. Lot of 3 wrenches. 15 inch and 18 inch COES adjustable, wood worn and one relacquered, rusty. And a fairly clean 12 inch ERIE TOOL WORKS Stilson center nut.  Good- & better (RUS397, 399, 402) 25-50
*298. Lot of 3 adjustable wrenches. A solid iron 18 inch by WHITMAN & BARNES, rusty. An 8-1/2 inch COES, also rusty with worn wood. And a 12 inch center nut by BEMIS & CALL, clean with dinging. Good- & better (RUS396, 401, 405) 25-50
299. Lot of 8 adjustable wrenches. Most are monkey wrenches, 15 inch to 6-1/2 inch in length, makers include COES, WHITMAN & BARNES, and PECK, STOWE & WILCOX. All have rust and wear. Good- (RUS411) 35-70
300. Lot of 5 monkey wrenches. 12 inch to 7 inch in length, all with wood handles. Makers include WHITMAN & BARNES, RUSSWIN, and PS&W. Rust and wear. Good (RUS408) 35-70
*301. Lot of 4 adjustable wrenches. 16 inch and 11 inch by BEMIS & CALL, dirty and rusty. Plus two 10 inch by COES, one with copper rings added to repair split in handle.  Good- (RUS400, 407) 25-50
*302. Lot of 4 wrenches. Three monkey wrenches including 13 inch by TRIMONT and two 8 inch by PS&W and WHITMAN & BARNES. Plus a 5 inch bicycle wrench by SAMPSON. Needs a cleaning. Good (RUS412) 25-50
303. Lot of 6 wrenches. Four monkey wrenches, 8-1/2 inch to 6-1/2 inch in length, by GIRARD, COES, and PEXTO, with mild wear and rust. Plus two pipe wrenches by TIGER TOOLS, some wear. Good (RUS410) 30-60
304. Lot of bicycle wrenches. 9 inch to 5 inch in length, makers include MOSSBERG and WAKEFIELD, five total. Plus a WIZARD No. 9 monkey wrench. Some pitting on most.  Good (RUS404, 409) 30-60
*305. Lot of tongs and pliers. 2 tongs, 2 pliers, and a wire cutter. Pliers rusty, tongs ok. Good (RUS406) 10-20
*306. Lot of wrenches. 2 universal bicycle wrenches, 1 double ended wrench, 2 pipe wrenches, and 2 monkey wrenches. Most have rust.  Good (RUS403) 25-50
307. STANLEY instructional charts. 19 double sided educational charts circa 1950, most clean with light wear.  Good (CVR111) 40-80
308. Lot of 2 wood planes books. BRITISH PLANEMAKERS FROM 1700 by Goodman, 2nd edition hardcover, and AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES by Emil and Martyl Pollak, fourth edition paperback revised and signed by Thomas Elliott. Both in clean condition. Good+ (BHR135C) 50-100
309. Lot of 3 tool books. ANTIQUE TOOLS by McNerney, paperback from 1995, OLD TOOLS by Jack Wood paperback from 1994, and DICTIONARY OF TOOLS by Salaman, hardcover from 1980. All clean and in nice condition. Good (BHR135A) 40-80
310. FINE WOODWORKING Techniques set of books. Volumes 1 through 9, from 1978. All hardcover with dustjackets. Good (CVR) 30-60
311. Lot of 4 books. ANTIQUE TRADER TOOLS PRICE GUIDE 2007 second edition. VINTAGE BLOWTORCHES by Carr, Smith, and Stubbs, 2007 edition number 113 out of 350. WOODWORKING PLANES by Sellens, autographed hardcover, 1978 edition. THE TOOLBOX BOOK by Tolpin, 1995 first edition hardcover. All in good condition. Good (MHT) 45-90
312. STANLEY TOOLS by John Walter. Second edition paperback from 1990, spine is broken and some pages loose but all there and no visible marks on pages. Good- (CVR) 40-80
313. Lot of 3 wood plane books. AMERICAN WOODEN PLANES and its 1989 supplement, both by Pollak and paperbacks in gently worn condition. Plus THE WOODEN PLANE by John M. Whelan, autographed 1993 edition hardcover, nice and clean. Good (BHR135B) 45-90
314. Dealer lot of wood planes. Includes rabbeting, coffin, filletster, sash, tongue, groove, hollows, V-plane, and more. Makers include OHIO, BARTLETT, H. WELLS, GREENFIELD, SCIOTO WORKS, R&L CARTER, JOHN BELL. Most have wear and damage, staining. As is, no returns. Good- (RUS157, 160, 163-167, 172, 186, 187, 190, 192-194, 196, 201, 202,  204, 205, 210, 212, 224, 226, 229) 40-80
315. Dealer lot of miscellaneous files and rasps. Triangle and flat shapes in all lengths and sizes, at least 40 total, some with handles and a cigar box full of extra handles. And an aluminum bodied planer file. Most clean with a few rusty. As is, no returns. Good (NCY) 40-80
316. Dealer lot of wooden levels. 14 total. Makers include L.L. DAVIS, WILLIAM JOHNSON, CHAPIN STEPHENS, STANLEY, STRATTON, DISSTON, BEDORTHA BROS, and HS&B. Wear on a few, one or two missing a brass cap, vials all appear to be wet. 26 inch to 30 inch in lengths. As is, no returns. Good- & better (LHD103, 104, 106, 112, 113) 50-100
317. Dealer lot of braces. 9 total. Two gentleman's ball braces with one missing the ball, a Scottish hexagonal with pushbutton chuck, two smaller ones with thumbscrew chucks, and four ratcheting braces include a STANLEY, two that look manufactured by FRAY, and one unmarked. All have surface rust, wear to wood. As is, no returns. Good-  (CDE) 40-80
318. Dealer lot of block planes. 11 total. 4 STANLEY including Nos. 220, 110, and one made in England. Plus a CRAFTSMAN 3704, AMERICAN BOY, one marked Western Germany, an aluminum bodied one by TWIX, a SARGENT 207 with wedge as lever cap, and one marked Made in Sweden. Rust on some. Good- & better (CDE) 35-70
319. Dealer lot of drawknives. 7 total. Most unmarked  but one is a GREENLEE, one marked RAZOR, one looks handforged, one mark illegible. Straight and curved edges from 4 inch to 12 inch, several handles split or worn, one relacquered, most have stains and surface rust but most of the edges good. As is, no returns. Good- & better (CVR) 100-200
320. Dealer lot of hammers. 12 total. Includes claw, pick hammers, body work, masonry, tack, blacksmithing, and more. Makers include PLUMB, FAIRMOUNT, ATHA TOOL CO, SHAPLEIGH. Handles have some wear and staining but no major damage. Some surface rust.  Good- & better (NW) 50-100

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