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Antique Tool Auction

January 20, 2018 

 

  1. I. Ressler (attributed to Isaac Ressler, working mid 1800’s in Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co.) splitting maul w/ hickory handle. The strike has a rare full shielded Eagle strike. Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 300.00
  2. Rare, double-struck broad felling axe, signed by two Lancaster City smiths. Maker is: Hoffman (attributed to Daniel Hoffman, working 1830’s, in Lancaster City), & re-struck when re-edged by Brady (William, working late 1870’s in Lancaster City). This Kent style axe has a hardened butt plate & re-edging. It has upper & lower lugs, G+ Additional Photo Sold For 40.00
  3. D. Pugh (attributed to David Pugh, son of George, blacksmith in 1850, Claiborne, Tenn.) fantail side broad axe w/ 11” edge & eye center in edge. Axe has original off-set handle, upper & lower lugs, G (some pitting) Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  4. P.S. Mauer (Phillip S. started working in Mastersonville area in 1880 & moved to Strasburg Twp, in 1896) wheelwright’s London patterns broad axe w/ thumbprint decorative strikes & initial on reverse cheek of full name strike. Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 150.00
  5. T. Mace w/ elephant strike (*possibly shop of Thomas Mace Sr., working 1851, in Norfolk, England) side broad axe w/11 ½” edge, G (pitting). Strike of very elephant is very unusual. Edge is chipped & rough Additional Photo Sold For 60.00
  6. W. Brady (William, Mt. Joy, Pa., working mid-1800’s) lg. side broad axe w/ center arch socket, upper & lower lugs, Vg. (owner H.I., initials) Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  7. P.H.R., 1830 (Tannehill attributed to P. Rehrig, Carbon Co.?) heavy wheelwrights’ adze w/ rectangular poll, Vg. Additional Photo Sold For 90.00
  8. 2 – Carpenter’s pegging adze w/ full octagon polls: A. Bickel (attributed to Berks Co.) early embossed strike, heavy pitting & edge is poor; embossed W.B. (possible William Brady), Vg. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 55.00
  9. George Shetter (York, Pa.) T-handle auger, patent dated 3/21/1831, G+ Sold For 80.00
  10. J. Weller, (attributed to Jacob, Philadelphia area 1800-1846) T-handle twisted shell auger w/ heavy hickory handle, pitting to surface Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  11. T-handle reamer, signed w/ embossed I. E. strike (found in Jonestown area of Lebanon Co.). Strike has diamond & banner design Additional Photo 1 Sold For 45.00
  12. 2 – signed T-handle augers: D. Bassett (*?) tapered auger, F.; Sembur (*?) shell nose auger, F+ Additional Photo's1; 2 Sold For 17.50
  13. Lg. T-handle tapered reamer, signed J. Eby (non-attributable, possible Lancaster Co.) 1”-2 ½” diameter on 18” long shaft. Handle is turned from cherry wood, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  14. 3 – Decorative dengelstock/rivet hammers: 1. small size w/ octagon poll & file work edge to look like baluster turning (ex-John Goslin); 2. round poll rivet hammer w/ pine tree pattern on edge to, G; 3. square poll w/ top tool & notch decorated to form a wood pecker look to wedge, G+ Sold For 100.00
  15. 4 – Signed, specialty chisels: J. Shonk (attributed to John, Mt. Joy, circa 1870) ice harvesting chisel w/ hook. Heavy wedge form for separating blocks of ice, F+; 3 – Slate splitting chisels w/ slender blade: Ackerman, Bangor, Pa., VG; Buzzard, Bangor, Pa., G+; Old Bangor Slate Co., Bangor, Pa., G+ Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 100.00
  16. Rare, double-struck wheelwright’s hub gouge w/ tapered socket, Vg. Maker probably D. Hofman (Daniel Hoffman, working 1830’s, Lancaster City), & secondary strike H. Spiehlman (Henry, Strasburg, Pa.*Interesting note in 1829, Spiehlman & a George Hoffman were found spearheading a movement for free Public School in Strasburg, Pa.) Additional Photo's 1 Sold For 180.00
  17. 3 – Socket handle firmer chisels: W*Addams (William, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co., embossed strike) 2” socket handle; C.W. Stoner (possibly Christ of Manor Twp., or later Clarence of Harrisburg area) 1 ½” socket handle, G+; Berck (unknown), P. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 60.00
  18. 3 – Signed, Firmer chisels: H: Mohr (*attributed to Henry Mohr, of Union Twp., Berks Co.) 2” socket handle, F.; J. Clinger (attributed to John Klinger, Columbia, circa 1859) long shank 1 ½” socket mortise; J. Gordon (attributed ton John Gordon, Lancaster City, circa 1809) ¾” socket mortise, F. Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3 Sold For 55.00
  19. 3 – Signed axe heads: D. Miller (attributed to David of Martic Twp., Lancaster Co., circa 1824) , F.; W. Tithero (*unknown), double-strike J. Harting, (Tannehill had attributed to James Hartung, found in New Jersey census, but I believe possible Lancaster Co.) & C. Silvius(Conrad, 1850’s, Lancaster City), possible re-edge by Silvius, P. Additional Photo's 1; 2 Sold For 130.00
  20. 6 – Various signed cold/stone dressing chisels: Keeley Stove Co. (Columbia, Pa.) coal chisel; A.B. Ebaugh (Marble & Granite dealer in York, Pa.) coal chisel; L.G. (un-attributed) dressing chisel; J. Lafferty (attributed to James Lafferty, 1866, Phila. stone cutter); J. Beatty (John, Beatty Hollow, 1860’s – 1880’s) broad chisel; E. Rander & Deck (un-attributed) broad chisel, G Additional Photo's 1; 2; 3; 4; 5 Sold For 55.00
  21. G.W. Underhill, 3” socket handle slick w/ modern maple turned handle, F+ surface pitting Additional Photo's 1 Sold For 85.00
  22. 3 – Millers Falls tools in original boxes: #900-9” jack plane, NIB; #700 block, NIB; #2500 hand drill Sold For 75.00
  23. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: rosewood slitting gauge, fence cracked; Lufkin 50ft. tape measure w/ box; 2 – Lufkin #066 folding rules in original box Sold For 40.00
  24. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Stanley “sweetheart” #34-6” machine level; 5 – wooden folding rules: English two-fold PEC7312-12” caliper; Rabone #1980-36”, Vg, Stanley #68-2ft., G.; etc. Sold For 45.00
  25. 6 – Stanley edge tools: #75 bullnose rabbet block, NIB; late 5pcs. Set of #60 wood chisels w/ neoprene handles, G+ Sold For 50.00
  26. 4 – Edge tools: Millers Falls #4 bullnose rabbet block, Vg w/ original block; 3 –Stanley spoke shaves, G+: #60 hollow & straight edge; #51; #53 Sold For 45.00
  27. 2 – Edge tools: Stanley #239 weather strip plow, Vg.; Sargent VBM adjustable veneer scraper, F Sold For 60.00
  28. 3 – Various tools: Starrett #436 micrometer, F+; Japanese precision caliper in Starrett wooden box; C&E #664 scales parts in original box, missing parts Sold For 25.00
  29. 2 – Planes: English, Stanley #6 fore plane, NIB; Greenfield Tool Co. screw arm panel groove plane, G. Sold For 50.00
  30. 2 – Wooden complex molding planes: P. Chapin, Baltimore, high reveal 5/8” Quirk ogee w/ bevel, Vg.; Casey Kitchel & Co., 3/8” Grecian ogee w/ bevel, repaired Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  31. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Wm. C. Ross, Baltimore, lg. reverse ogee w/ extension, owner brand C. Hillyard, Vg; G.W. Keefer (unknown) reverse ogee, refinished; unsigned 18th century high reveal ogee w/ astragal bead, VG; H. Wetherell, reverse ogee, G. Sold For 30.00
  32. 6 – Assorted wooden molding planes: Moseley & Son, London, dado missing knick blade, G; altered side round; 4 – assorted hollow or round planes, Vg: Atkinson, Baltimore; I. Walker; Jno. Walker, North Shields; Griffith’s, Norwich Sold For 40.00
  33. 4 – Wooden molding planes; Mathieson & Son, side bead, Vg; Mathieson & son, #100 Grecian ogee w/ two irons, Vg; John Williams, dado, G+; J. Colton, block, G. Sold For 45.0
  34. Grab box of various tools: unlisted look at photo Sold For 12.50
  35. 5 – Wooden molding planes: J. Denison, moving sole fillister plane, Vg.; Auburn 1” nosing plane, Vg; Shiverick & Malcom, dado missing knick blade, G+; pr. J.W. Harron, tongue & grooving, G. Sold For 65.00
  36. Tray lot 9 – modern edge tools: unsigned 8” drawknife, Vg; 8pc. set Craftsman lathe knives, Vg Sold For 45.00
  37. 7 – Wooden molding planes: 4 – side beads, G. – Vg: Sargent; Arthur; 2 – J.W. Harron; C.S. & W.S. round, Vg; others F. Sold For 40.00
  38. 4 – Various hatchets: Lakeside Saw & Tool, lathing hatchet w/ round poll, Vg; Collins, 24oz. shingling half hatchet, Vg; Flint Edge “Dynamic” shingling half hatchet w/ square poll, Vg; embossed Keen Kutter, camping hatchet, F. Sold For 60.00
  39. 11 – Assorted socket handle firmer chisels, F. – Vg. Makers include: Winchester; Swan; Stanley; Sampson; etc Sold For 100.00
  40. 7 – Assorted tang handle firmer chisels, G. - Vg: 3 – Buck Bros.; D.R. Barton; etc. Sold For 90.00
  41. Tray lot Stanley items: H.B. reference, Stanley Tools Guide to Identity & Value, John Walter, mildew damage; #59 doweling jig, 2 – spoke shaves: #51 & #52 (G+); etc. Sold For 70.00
  42. Assorted modern tools in original boxes: Power Kraft #84-3513, 14” jack plane; Craftsman 25’x1” tape measure; 4 – Barlow, advertising tape measure Sold For 30.00
  43. Tray lot assorted tools: North Bros. “Yankee” tool set #100 mahogany box, w/ 2 – drivers & accs. (Missing 1 – pc.); 2 Stanley “sweetheart” rules: #18-2ft. two-fold rule, G+; #36 ½-12” caliper rule, G; German, wooden handle screwdriver, Vg.; etc. Sold For 60.00
  44. A. Kinsey (Abel, Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co., circa 1808) carpenter’s adze w/ square poll, Vg Sold For 70.00
  45. Brady & Son, Mt. Joy, Pa. #5-11 ½” side broad axe, edge chipped, G. Sold For 65.00
  46. J. Foster (attributed to James Foster, 1825, Lancaster City) side broad axe w/ 10 ¼” edge, odd arch lugs, & chamfer cheek, ground butt, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  47. 2 – Adze: Legitimus #853, shipwright’s spike tip adze, G+; I. Blood, carpenter’s adze, G. Sold For 75.00
  48. C. Silvius (Conrad, 1850, Lancaster City) carpenter’s adze w/ notch bevel edge poll, head is pinned to handle, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  49. W. Brady (Mt. Joy, & Lancaster City) center poll posthole axe, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  50. Rare form, W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.), Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” axe, right hand, heavy pitting F+-G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 675.00
  51. Brady (William, Mt. Joy or Lancaster City) double-bit posthole axe. Center poll w/ center cross-plate edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  52. Hagen & Bro. (Mt. Nebo, Southern Lancaster Co.) center poll posthole mortise axe. Secondary Hagen mark on opposite cheek, struck when re-edged. Possible repair to split at eye. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  53. H. Mellinger (Henry, Washington Boro, Lancaster Co.) center poll posthole mortise axe, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  54. 2 – Drilling devices: Millers Falls #12 breast drill, G; USA. 10” ratchet brace, G Sold For 15.00
  55. 4 – Various hollow bits augers: Phoenix, combination, G; Stearns & Co., pat. 11-23-1880, ¾”, G+; 2 -  unsigned: 5/8” & 1” Sold For 60.00
  56. 3 – Various drilling devices: E.C. Stearns, combination adjustable hollow auger, Vg.; Millers Falls adjustable hollow auger, F; spoke pointer, F. Sold For 50.00
  57. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4 smoother jack plane, Vg; #5 jack plane, G. Sold For 65.00
  58. 3 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4-C, G+; 2 - #5, G. & G+ Sold For 65.00
  59. 2 – Stanley project planes: Bedrock #606-C fore plane, no major problems just needs TLC; Bailey #7 jointer, low knob, tote has damage ear, G Sold For 120.00
  60. 2 – Bench planes: Millers Falls, 21 ½” jointer, G. – Vg; Craftsman #5C-BB Jack plane, Vg Sold For 60.00
  61. Box lot 5 – assorted bench planes, G. need some TLC: Stanley Bailey: 2 - #4-C; #5 ½-C; Stanley Victor, #1104; Defiance 9 ¼” Sold For 75.00
  62. 6 – Assorted metal spoke shaves, F – G. Sold For 50.00
  63. 2 – Wooden step-type siding marking gauges: single side w/ 21 step increments, G.; pyramid two-sided w/ 21 step increments Sold For 50.00
  64. 2 – Dbl.-leg outside calipers: early hand wrought double 8” w/ red paint, Vg; late shop fabricated w/ 6” & 10” legs, marked W.M.W, G Sold For 35.00
  65. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Dietzgen 12oz. brass plumb bob, G; Starrett, trammel point set w/ 6” pins; pr. Starrett  #470 stair guides; 4 – winged dividers: 8”-12” Sold For 40.00
  66. I. Long (*?) 21” reaping sickle, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  67. 3 – Various primitives: farmer’s/surveyor’s chain, missing 1 – handle; early slitting gauge w/ 19” arm, brass plate & wrought iron stop screw, repaired handle; Hand wrought reign guide, F. Sold For 30.00
  68. 3 – Plumb hatchets: “Boy Scout of America” camp hatchet, Vg; embossed U.S., 1944 hand axe, G.; hand axe, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  69. Tray lot assorted Jeweler’s type tools: 3 – Ezra Bowman tool holders; threading plate; threading dies; etc. Sold For 80.00
  70. 4 – Assorted hand vises: 1 – H. Boker, & 1 – Germany Sold For 45.00
  71. Tray lot silversmith’s raise/embossing punches Sold For 220.00
  72. Tray lot assorted drilling & screw driving tools: American Machine & Foundry Co. Wahlstrom patent chuck; Yankee “Bell System” push drill; Goodell-Pratt T-handle collapsible drill; 4 – assorted “Yankee” ratchet screwdrivers; etc. Sold For 45.00
  73. Tray lot assorted boxed tools: Millers Falls micrometer, Vg; Starrett outside caliper, Vg; Goodell-Pratt butt gauge, Vg.; Millers Falls butt gauge; Kraut & Dornal, hand router; etc. Sold For 80.00
  74. Tray lot assorted wooden spoke shaves & parts: 4 – w/ irons (1 – convex shave) G+ - Vg; etc. Sold For 35.00
  75. 8 – Assorted firmer chisels, G. – Vg., 4 – gouges. Makers include: Addis; W. Butcher; D.R. Barton; etc. Sold For 70.00
  76. 3 – Edge tools: Stanley #66 universal hand beader, G+; 2 – brass coach builder’s routers, Vg. (1 – edge rounder) Sold For 40.00
  77. Tray lot 7 – Assorted measuring devices: 2 – L.S. Starrett Co. iron levels: 4 3/8” missing 1 – vial; 6” G+; 3” unsigned pocket level, Vg; pr. of small brass trammel points w/ 3 ¼” tips, G; 3 – 2ft. four-fold rules: Lufkin #48 G+; Stanley #27 VG; Metri, Germany #2001 G. Sold For 40.00
  78. 3 – Various precision measuring devices in wooden boxes: Starrett #122-7” sliding micrometer, Vg; Polish try square w/ chamfered edge, G+; D.B. & S. try square, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  79. 3 – Wooden marking gauges: Stanley (?) 7” w/ brass plate & stop screw, G+; homemade w/ wooden stop screw, Vg.; Homemade two-arm w/ wedge stop, Vg. Sold For 25.00
  80. 4 – Wooden 2ft. four-fold rules: Stanley R&L #73 w/ arch joint, G+; Rabone #2550 w/ arch joint, Vg; Lufkin: #761 square joint, Vg.; #752 L-R square joint, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  81. 6 – Assorted wooden four-fold rules: 2ft: 2 – Stanley #68, Vg; Upson Nut: #68, Vg; #61, G; C-S. Co. #68, Vg; C-S Co. #32-1ft caliper/rule, G+ Sold For 50.00
  82. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: wooden scratch block; pr. wooden sash mullion gauges; Stanley #98 two-arm marking gauge, Vg; unsigned metal marking gauge, G; signed (?), London, rosewood & brass mortise, G+ Sold For 20.00
  83. 2 – Stanley “sweetheart” #42-12 combination bevel/rules, Vg Sold For 70.00
  84. Canvas roll of 15 assorted carving chisels: carved gouges; 4 – bent shank spoon gouges; 3 – bent shank paring chisels; etc. Sold For 270.00
  85. 2 – Modern AMT edge tool sets w/ boxes, Vg: 2 – brass mini-block router planes; 3 – brass instrument maker’s shaves Sold For 35.00
  86. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Goodell-Pratt #4-12 combination square, Vg.; General 16oz. brass plumb bob w/ extra steel tip, G.; 8 – assorted stiff-joint calipers/dividers Sold For 40.00
  87. Tray small assorted tools: 6” toy handsaw, Vg; rosewood handled awl, Vg; Bridgeport Hardware, rosewood tool handle w/ tools, Vg.; Jeweler’s brass head hammer, Vg; etc. Sold For 35.00
  88. Tray lot assorted neoprene handle wood chisels: 6 – Stanley #60, G-Vg.; 3 – Buck Bros. F-Vg; 4 – Stanley clear handle, G Sold For 55.00
  89. 3 – 2ft. Brass edged four-fold rules: Stanley “sweetheart” #62 Vg.; Upson Nut #62 ½ Vg; Upson Nut #84, G+ Sold For 30.00
  90. 4 – 3ft. Wooden four-fold rules, F-Vg: Rabone: #1162 w/ protractor gauge; #1167; Lufkin #3851; 2 – Stanley Sold For 20.00
  91. 2 – Levels: Stanley #104-12” wooden, Vg; Starrett 12 ¼” iron high-frame machine level w/ wooden case, Vg Sold For 100.00
  92. 6 – Assorted caliper/rules: 3 – 4” slide calipers: 2 – Stanley #136, G.; Rabone, brass #1466, Vg; 3 – 12”two-fold rules: Lufkin #372R, G; C-S. Co. #36 ½, G+; Upson Nut #36 ½ Vg. Sold For 40.00
  93. 5 – Various edge tools: 2 – Sheffield, wooden spoke shaves w/ brass soles, G+ & Vg; 2 – Stanley #66 universal beader shaves (1-blade); unsigned #51 spoke shave, G Sold For 45.00
  94. 2 – Measuring devices: Stephens & Co. #36-12” combination folding rule/bevel/level, Vg; miniature wooden marking gauge, 5 ½” w/ wooden stop screw, marked N.D.M., Vg Sold For 65.00
  95. Lg. tray lot assorted rules: 4 – Stanley 12” straight rules, Vg; drafting rules; steel rules; etc. Sold For 45.00
  96. Tray lot assorted drafting related tools: 4 – bow compass/dividers; partial set; etc. Sold For 30.00
  97. Tray lot 9 – assorted zig-zag folding rules: 5 – aluminum; 2 – steel; 2 – wood; 1 – plastic Sold For 25.00
  98. 17 – Assorted wooden 2ft. four-fold wooden rules, F-G Sold For 55.00
  99. Tray lot assorted calipers & measuring devices: 6 – slide calipers, G-Vg; Dillon Bisector; assorted inside & outside calipers, F-Vg Sold For 25.00
  100. 20 – Assorted wood chisels by various makers: 7 – socket handle & 13 – tang handle, G. Sold For 60.00
  101. 7 – Assorted metal block planes: Stanley: #103 Vg; #120 F; #110 G+; Millers Fall #55 Vg; Shelton 7” Vg; etc. Sold For 45.00
  1. 2 – Brass Valves: Larkin Mfg. Co., Dayton, Ohio, fire hose nozzle, altered from female to male thread; Douglas & Connard, Reading, Pa. barrel tap valve, Vg Sold For 50.00
  2. 4 – M. Ehrman, Lancaster, Pa. brass barrel tap parts: 2 – complete taps (1 – screw type, & 1 – collar type); 2 – ring top turn valves Sold For 25.00
  3. G. Hagen (George, Hempfield Twp. working 1831) wheelwright’s side broad axe. Heavy Kent style side axe w/ upper & lower lugs, G. w/ good strike Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  4. J. Eby (non-attributable, possible Lancaster Co., 4 – various smith working Lancaster Co. w/ same initial) flared lopping axe, crack at eye, otherwise Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  5. Early J. Snyder, rare embossed strike (attributed to John, possibly Cocalico Twp., 1792) upper bit posthole axe, F. – G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  6. L. Good (Tannehill attributed to Levi, New Holland, unknown working date), upper bit posthole axe, possible re-edge by Good, F-G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  7. L. Keller (Tannehill attributed to Levi Keller of Berks Co.), Lg. Kent style broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  8. 2 – Signed, drawknives: I. Heller, C.S. (*?, possible connection to Daniel Heller of Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., 1800. C-S with center pellet), 9 ¾” straight back, G.; A. Hauch (*? w/ embossed strike, possible Andrew Hauck family connection, Schuylkill Co. ) 9 ¾” cooper’s head shave, cracked, F Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 22.50
  9. 3 – Lancaster Co. signed drawknives: 2 – D. Hofman (attributed to Daniel Hoffman, 1834, Lancaster City): 8 ½” stop chamfer (second generation strike), Vg.; 10” stop chamfer, P; Brayd (misspelled, Brady of Mt. Joy) 10” stop chamfer, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  10. 2 – Signed, Lancaster Co. drawknives: I. Ressler (Israel, working in 1850, Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co.) 7”, P.- F.; G. Jacobs (*attributed to George M., working 1850’s in Dauphin Co., Pa.) 7 ½” primitive form, Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  11. 2 – Signed Cooper’s head shaves: Class (attributed to Daniel Glass, working 1860 in Safe Harbor, Lancaster Co., possible William Class, 1816, Lampeter Twp.) 10 ¾” w/ turned handles, Vg.; D. Brady (David Sr., 1824, Mt. Joy) 10” Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 45.00
  12. Tray lot assorted masonry tools, most signed: Chas. L. Field, Phila. Concrete trowel, G+; Cold chisels, F. – G.: D, Lichty (Daniel, Reidenbach Store, Lancaster Co., 1865); J. Moran (*Joseph Moran, blacksmith listed in 1875, Albany, NY. directory); PAS (*?); J. Gates (*?); A.W. (*?); R. Yeagley (attributed to Berks Co.); J. Stortz (Phila.); etc. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 30.00
  13. 5 – Various C. Hammond, Phila. half hatchets, F. – Vg. (lathing & shingling hatchets) Sold For 12.50
  14. 3 – Signed “Dengelstock”/field scythe dressing anvil: M. Shuler (*?) w/ sunburst punch decoration & embossed letters, G; D.L.E., Vg.; J.H. “1817” (Tannehill “possible John Herr), ex-Sorber collection Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 200.00
  15. 3 – Signed “Dengelstock”, 2 – ex-Sorber collection: J.M., 1851, G; C.R., G+; G. Wagner (*?), G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 130.00
  16. Signed “Pa. Goosewing axe”, initialed N.S. (*?). Attributed to Berks Co, because of tapered socket handle. The axe is a right hand axe, & initial is embossed strike w/ thumbnail punch accent. Axe has raised weld, chamfered socket & butt strike plate. Surface is pitted Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 180.00
  17. 2 – Double-strike signed, Lancaster Co. felling axes: “Rockaway” type, attributed to Miller (George? of Warwick Twp, 18th century) & re-edged by B. Steffey (Benjamin, Adamstown), G. This axe is Ex-Beitler collection; attributed to Brady, Lancaster, Pa. (late strike) & re-strike by I.R. Sands (Isaac R., Robeson Twp., Berks Co, 1880’s) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  18. 3 – Signed axe heads: Buchanan (*??) upper bit posthole mortise axe w/ X-brand, Vg.; W. Addams, embossed strike (above mentioned) posthole axe w/lower lug, Vg.; S. Hartman (*?) primitive axe, F. ex-Beitler collection Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 100.00
  19. Rare form, Sener, Lancaster Side broad blocking axe head w/ American Shielded Eagle “Extra Blending”. This axe has a 12 ¾” edge w/ very little arch to ends, and has heavy flared butt. It has heavy pitting, but this is very unusual. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 450.00
  20. 3 – Signed adze heads, F. - G: 2 – poll-less: E. Scholl (*Attributed to Edward Scholl, Fredericksburg, Pa.); C.M. (dice-corner embossed strike); Foker (*Boker?) w/ embossed strike & octagon poll Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 70.00
  21. W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.) side brad axe , ex-Griesemer collection. The axe has 11” edge, embossed strike, upper & lower lugs, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  22. W. Addams (above mentioned) 10” cooper’s stave/belly shave, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  23. 2 – Signed drawknives: Kinsey (attributed to Abel Kinsey of Little Britain Twp., 1808), 8 ½” hump back, G; Wm. Baker (*possibly England?) 9 ¼” stop chamfer straight back knife, Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  24. 2 – Signed drawknives, G: R. Hunt (possible Robert Hunt of New Jersey, pre-1800???) 14” mast maker’s drawknife w/ hump back & lg. embossed strike; Sanders (possible Lancaster Co.) 10 ½” stop chamfer, missing one handle Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 25.00
  25. 2 – Signed drawknives: 14 ¼” Wheelwright’s straight back w/ embossed initial strike I.T. (*??), Vg.; J. Kidd (attributed to Joshua Kidd, born in Chester Co., a Civil War veteran that settled in Johnstown. He was killed in the 1889, Johnstown flood) 9” heavy stop chamfer knife, missing handles Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 17.50
  26. 2 – Signed “Dengelstock” scythe anvils: E. Huoncker (attributed to Emmanuel Huoncker, 1880’s, of Bethel Pa., he was found in 1887 patenting a wagon safety pin), Vg; A. Miller (attributed to Allen Miller, 1815, Lancaster Boro), Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 340.00
  27. G. Buchanan (attributed to George Buchanan, 1721-1815, emigrated from Ireland to York, Pa. served in Revolutionary War & immigrated to Kentucky) left hand “Pa. Goosewing” axe 13” edge w/ tapered bevel edged socket, small raised butt plate. The axe has heavy pitting, a raised bubble at weld & poor edge, BUT!!! Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 800.00
  28.  Double-signed Kent style felling axe, attributed to: Evans (embosses strike, possible 1 of 3 Evans working in Lancaster Co. from 1758-1821); re-edged by D. Hoffman (Daniel Hoffman, working 1830’s, Lancaster City), F – G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 35.00
  29. W. Addams (above noted, embossed strike) left hand side broad axe w/ 11 ½” edge & lower lug. Axe has finished chamfer band, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 130.00
  30. 5 – Various early & late Cobbler’s hammers: 3 – hand wrought: flat tail hammer w/ inlaid brass owner’s initial tag  C.L.M., Vg; J. Parsons (*?) slight-round broad tail w/ lg. round poll, G.; unsigned adze type w/ square poll, F.; 2 – drop-forged: C. Hammond, Phila., G+; & USMC (shoe mfg. Co.) round tail, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  31. 6 – Various metalworking hammers: 3 pc. graduated set of ball-peen hammers (1 – signed F. Dick), P. – Vg; 2 – rivet hammers: C. Hammond, Phila. G+; Wm. Noble, G; unsigned small sledge, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  32. 4 – Signed blacksmith hammers: D. Yake (Annville, Lebanon Co., 1909-1914) rivet, G; dated 1809, rivet hammer w/ file shaped peen, F+; H.W. Spacht (probably Berks Co.) rivet, G.; signed (?) square & round planishing hammer, G Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 45.00
  33. 2 – Christ family reaping hook/sickles: J. Christ (Jacob, attributed to Kutztown area), 20” G.; D. Christ (attributed to Kutztown Area) 21 ½” w/ initial N. & wheat grain engraved on opposing cheek, Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  34. 2 – Signed, reaping sickles: H. Long (attributed to 1790’s, Drumore Twp. Lancaster Co.), 20 ½” w/ embossed strike & Star punch, G.; I. Long (attributed to John, of Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.) 21 ½” w/ embossed small strike, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 150.00
  35. 2 – Signed reaping sickles: A. Doebler (*attributed to Ananias Doebler 1843-1921, Civil War veteran enlisted from Union Co., Pa., working blacksmith) 22” late form w/ embossed strike & serrated edge, Vg; A. Hamilton (*attributed Alexander Hamilton, pre-1817, Chester Co. blacksmith. Emigrated in 1817, to Waynesboro, Pa.) 22” w/ embossed strike, heavy pitting Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 120.00
  36. 2 – Signed reaping sickles: C. Beck (attributed to Conrad Beck, 1829-46, York Boro sicklesmith) 22 ½” w/ embossed strike, G; G. Epley (*York Co.?, 18th century form) 22 ½” w/ embossed strike & star punch Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  37. G. Ibach (*?) corn/straw forage side mount block knife w/ wooden handle. Used for chopping forage. This scythe shaped blade has 25 ½” edge, two-hole hinge mount holes & wooden handle has brass collar, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 150.00
  38. Brady, Lancaster, Pa. (above noted) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  39. C. Silvius (Conrad, 1850’s, Lancaster City) center poll fence mortising axe, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  40. Tinsmith’s bench top shears w/ square post that has threaded bolt base. It has handle type nut. The shears adjustable straight edge guide & wooden handle, F+ - G. Sold For 40.00
  41. 2 – Signed cooper’s adze: D. Miller (attributed to David of Martic Twp., Lancaster Co., circa 1824), G.; C. Silvius (above noted) G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 210.00
  42. 2 – H.H. Mellinger (Henry H. Washington Boro, Lancaster Co.) hatchets: primitive half lathing hatchet w/ octagon poll, G.; 20oz. half shingling hatchet w/ octagon poll, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  43. 2 – Cooper’s tools: rare, Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm) cooper’s adze, Vg; Wells Bros. & Co., 7 5/8” diameter wheel traveler, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  44. 3 – Hand wrought blacksmith tools: 2 – nail pincers (1 – file & punch decorated ), G –Vg; blacksmith’s brace for press frame, G Sold For 30.00
  45. 2 – Hatchets: Brady (above noted) #2 shingling half hatchet, G+; C. Silvius (above noted) small kitchen hatchet, G+ Sold For 40.00
  46. Canvas roll w/ set of 8 carving chisels. This modern set has matched long octagon hickory handles. Vg. Sold For 180.00
  47. 4 – Various saws: 2 – Disston & Sons, key-hole saws (1 – w/ brass split-nuts), Vg; Star 8” iron frame hack saw, no blade Vg; unsigned 5” fretwork saw w/ 11 ½” throat, no blade Vg. Sold For 100.00
  48. Set of 7 – Ulmia, Germany firmer chisels, several w/ original labels, G+ - Vg. Sold For 95.00
  49. 3 – Masons’ hammers: square limestone bush hammer, G+; 2 – unsigned hand wrought brick hammers, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  50. 3 – Hand wrought tools: 8 ½” basket maker’s froe, F-G; odd extension bit w/ springed socket & lg. thumbscrew, Vg; “What’s it” blacksmith’s hot chisel or ice knocker for sled(?) Sold For 75.00
  51. 2 – Carpenter’s adze: early hand wrought w/ arched/square poll, G+; Plumb, square poll, G. Sold For 85.00
  52. H.H. Mellinger (Henry H. Washington Boro, Lancaster Co.) broad squaring axe, F. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  53. Early, J.(?) Miller (undetermined, probably pre-1840, embossed strike) mortise axe w/ lower lug, file chamfer around axe, G – Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  54. C. Silvius (Conrad, 1850’s, Lancaster City) broad squaring axe w/ upper & lower lugs, flared butt, some pitting & edge chips, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  55. Side broad axe w/ offset handle, struck M. 12 ½” edge, Vg Sold For 80.00
  56. 2 – Hand wrought tools: timber framer’s 2” paring slick w/ chamfered shoulders & rare, iron handled top shaft, G+; banned, branding running iron w/ tapered spear tip, F. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  57. 2 – Late, Wm. Beatty & Sons, Chester, Pa. (strike w/ steer, circa 1900-1914) edge tools w/ original brass access paint, Vg: carpenter’s square poll adze, branded G.V. on cheek; 11 ¼” side broad axe Sold For 240.00
  58. 2 – Leatherworking tools: Holt (?), unhairing knife w/ scythe type razor edge, turned wooden handles & brass collars; canvas covered hickory wood slicker, Vg Sold For 45.00
  59. 2 – early Stanley Bailey #8 bench jointer planes, F.-G+ Sold For 220.00
  60. 5 – Various Stanley planes, P. – G.: #248 dado w/ fence; #146-3/8” T&G; #190 rabbet (parts missing); 2 - #78 rabbet/fillister planes (parts missing) Sold For 55.00
  61. 3 – Wooden framed tools: Fitken, London 2 ½” threading block w/ turned grasp handles, missing V-cutting iron, otherwise Vg; homemade D-router, signed J. Crey, F; homemade mahogany router, struck G. Winter, Vg Sold For 120.00
  62. 5 – Various planes: carriage rabbet from altered panel raiser, F; 1 ¾”x13” steel boxed handle rabbet, unknown maker, G+; 2 – unsigned block planes, Vg. (1 – w/ steel sole plate); Auburn Tool, round smoother block, Vg Sold For 50.00
  63. 2 – H.B. York, industrial catalogs: The York Blue Book, York Machinery & Supply Co., #20-1944 catalog w/ James Gettle autograph, in original box, Vg; Motter Industrial Supply, George F. Motter’s Sons, York, Pa., Vg. Sold For 12.50
  64. Tray lot Machinist’s tool catalogs & tools: 1951 Brown & Sharpe, Small Tools, #35, Vg; 1959, Wardwell Saw Sharpening Machinery & Tools, #54, G+; 1940, Tools of Progress, Duro Metal Products Co., G+; McGrath, 18” height gauge; 2 – dial speed indicator gauges w/ original boxes, Vg.; etc. Sold For 25.00
  65. Tray lot assorted trade advertising catalogues & how-to books: 1917, McArdle & Cooney #C, valve & pipe fittings; Wooden Pattern Making, 1924 by Edmund C. Hanley; Dent Hardware Co. Marble & Slate Stall Fittings.., unknown age; Metallography, 1943, several authors; etc. Sold For 17.50
  66. 4 – Various, signed tools: 3 – Lg. Heller Bros., nail pincers (1 – w/ egg tipped handles); Phila. Tool Co., oyster knife, Vg Sold For 50.00
  67. Louis Northrop Patent band saw setting machine: patent dated 3-24-1891, on wooden plate base, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  68. Unsigned, 40”X6 ¼” pit saw blade, Vg Sold For 45.00
  69. Unsigned, 54” X 5 ¾” pit saw blade, Vg. Sold For 80.00
  70. Maple & walnut frame 18” mortise saw w/ lever & sawtooth catch quick release. The handles have turned knob grasp handles, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  71. 27” Oak framed bow saw w/ wooden brace & wired tension rod, Vg Sold For 50.00
  72. Disston, 22” bow/turning saw w/ turned handles, brace & turn-buckle tension rod, G+ Sold For 55.00
  73. 20” Posthole mortise/buck saw w/ quick release lever & rack. Handle has bug damage & should be stabilized, F. Sold For 25.00
  74. 2 – Signed drawknives: W.G. Baker (*?) 9” cooper’s sag back heading shave, G; L. Richards (attributed to Joseph L., Northampton Co, Pa.), 10 ½” sag  back, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  75. 2 – Signed stop chamfer drawknives: W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.), 11 ½” G+; I. Ressler (attributed to Isaac Ressler, working mid 1800’s in Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co.), 9” w/ 2 strikes, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 40.00
  76. Assembled set of hand wrought door hardware: Unique thumblatch  w/ molded grasp, modified pine tree upper cusp & heart design lower cusp (pull only); pr. tool decorated L-H  side hinges w/ spear tips, G. Sold For 100.00
  77. 2 – Hand wrought blanket chest grabber locks: 1st w/ fine inverted tulip design tool decoration on inner upper plate & file work on grasp plates, G+ (missing key); 2nd undecorated lock (found in Baltimore) w/ key, G. Sold For 95.00
  78. Assembled 18th century 3pc. door hardware set: rare signed, L.G. Cunkle (Tannehill attributed to Leonard G. Kunkle, working approx. 1834. Found in Daniel LeFever ledger) spring operated lever-latch lock, missing exterior screw-out handle; match pr. Moravian style double-plate side hinges w/ tool decorated rose hip plate on rectangular lower plate that has cut & file chamfer ends. A real neat set of side hinges, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 190.00
  79. Tray lot assorted wrought iron hardware: 2 – signed elbow/box locks: complete lock assembly w/ J.S. struck on tool decorated lever handle (missing key), G+-Vg; 2nd signed L. Clewell & Co. struck on sliding latch bar, G. (parts missing); etc. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 110.00
  80. Tray lot assorted hardware & tools: embossed snow guard plate, marked J.L. Stichter & Son, Reading, Pa.; embossed building tag of Peter Miller Builder, Lancaster, Pa.; “what’s it” adjustable horse bridle, G.; A.A. Woods & Sons Co., adjustable hollow auger, Vg.; Morgan & Wilcox Patent, saw jointer, G. Sold For 65.00
  81. 2 – Signed timber framer’s augers: 1st J. Fiant (similar embossed strike to W. Addams) on crank handle 2 3/8” twist bit auger, F. – G; 2nd J. Dubs 2” twist bit auger w/ saddle capped T-handle, G+ Sold For 40.00
  82. 3 – T-handle drilling devices: unsigned reamer w/ turned handle, Vg; Tazwell #8-2” (Delaware) twist bit w/ drawn work oak handle, G; unsigned (attributed to Tazwell) #6-1 ½: twist bit, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  83. Rare, J. Lenher (*?) wheelwright’s hub reamer w/ hooked weight hanger, deep set strike, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 140.00
  84. O.P. White (Oliver P., working in Little Britain Twp., circa 1830’s. Nephew of Abel Kinsey) well casing auger w/ closed cone, G. (ex-Bill Phillips collection) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 170.00
  85. 2pc. Tool decorated hand wrought tools: signed (?) Dengelstock (scythe anvil) w/ star strikes, G+; 2nd matched hammer w/ 4 star strikes, F+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  86. 2 – Tools: Z. Davis (*? Found in Lancaster or Lebanon Co.) froe, late form w/ round eye, Vg.; burl oak froe mallet w/ round head that show plenty of use, G. Sold For 45.00
  87. 6 – Various hammers: coach trimmer’s hammer w/ claw tipped iron handle & octagon poll, G+; patented 2-24-1876, rivet hammer; 2 - Osborne upholstery hammers (1 w/ claw tipped wood handle); 3oz. claw w/ bell poll, G.; brass pall-peen, G Sold For 40.00
  88. Rare, J.C. Dell, Phila. brass beam scales w/ original brass weights, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  89. 4 – Measuring devices: 1st P. Emery, 6” outside caliper (Tannehill attributed to York City, possible Prescott Emery found in York Co., Maine), G+; 8” diameter wheel traveler w/ 4 - running leg type braces, G+; John Berrie, dated 1838, (*?) 13” outside caliper, G+; primitive hand wrought outside ball caliper, G Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 65.00
  90. 3 – Assorted measuring devices: John Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, England, brass 24”-2-fold rule w/ ornamental tool decorated hinge, G+; J. Bayne, wooden shoe measure, damaged rail; 8pc. core sample tube set, G. Sold For 45.00
  91. Tray lot assorted screw drivers: 2 – hand wrought T-handle bed screw drivers (1 – w/ iron T-handle); 3 – hand wrought turn-screw drivers: initial W.H.A. w/ turned oak handle, Vg; E.T. Wining (*?); Booth & Mills; etc. Sold For 20.00
  92. 3 – Hand wrought T-handle drilling devices: J. Dubs, tap auger/reamer, G; J. Kun (*?) snout tip reamer w/ turned handle, Vg.; altered tip auger embossed signed, Sem-Bur Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  93. 2 – Tools: early D. Barton, Rochester, 7” wheelwright’s spoke knife, G.; Lovatt & Sons Ltd. 18” mahogany level w/ brass top, G Sold For 10.00
  94. Tray lot 6 – Assorted tools: unknown maker, small key-hole saw w/ fish-tail grip handle, Vg.; modern Ulmia, stair builder’s saw, Vg; unsigned modern key-hole saw, Vg; 3 - Yankee #33-H spiral screwdriver, Vg; Stanley #130-A, Vg; North Brothers, #30-A “USA, military model” w/ black paint, Vg Sold For 20.00
  95. 2 – Stanley tools: #50 combination beading plane, no blades Vg; #200 iron honing gauge, Vg. Sold For 65.00
  96. Signed (?) screw arm plow plane w/ dovetail hardwood plate on fence, appears overstrike on makers mark, G+; 13 – assorted plow plane iron, G+ Sold For 60.00
  97. 5pc. Buck Bros. long shank firmer gouges, Vg. Sold For 90.00
  98. 14 – Assorted carving chisels, Vg. Makers include: Buck Bros., W. Butcher; Charles Buck; etc. Sold For 140.00
  99. 10 – Assorted chisels: 5 – lathe knives by various makers; 3 – gouges; 2 – wood chisels Sold For 45.00
  100. Assorted Stanley related tools: #82 adjustable scraper, stop screw damaged; 4 – cases of blades for #45 & other combination planes Sold For 70.00
  101. 4 – Stanley wooden 3ft. four-fold rules: 2 – “sweetheart” #66 ½ w/ ox-bow joint, G+ - Vg; #65 ½ w/ ox-bow joint, G; #66 ½ w/ square joint, G+ Sold For 25.00
  102. 3 – Wooden 12” combination bevel rules: Lufkin #42, Vg; Upson Nut Co. #42, G; unsigned #42, G. Sold For 40.00
  103. Stanley “Carpenter” pottery trade advertising figure w/ carpenter in bib overalls, holding Stanley 5M tape measure & tipping hat. The figure is faded & has several chips to base, but still a neat trade display piece. Sold For 150.00
  104. Stanley #444 dovetail plane parts: frame & fences (1 – iron), G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 210.00
  105. 3 – Drawknives: Swan & Co. 8” safety handle, G+; Robertson & Co., stop chamfer, Vg; Noble Mfg. 9” adjustable handle, P. – F. Sold For 50.00
  106. Unsigned Mahogany (?) chamfer block plane w/ adjustable fences, G+ - Vg Sold For 100.00
  107. Tray lot assorted tools: unsigned wooden 10” brace w/ brass push-button chuck & rosewood knurl, G+; brass Stanley plane parts: fence; & sole plate for unknown models, F.-G. Sold For 80.00
  108. 6 – Assorted iron spoke shaves: 3 – Stearns; Rapier w/ original box; 2 – unsigned, G. Sold For 75.00
  109. 5 – Various planes: Logan-Gregg, Sterling 8 ¾” jack, G+; 4 – block planes: Sargent, 5 ½”; Fulton pressed-steel low-angle, G; Hibernia, 5 ½”, G.; etc. Sold For 50.00
  110. 4 – Various scrapers: Dikeman Mfg. Co., pat. 11-6-1906, universal adjustable, Vg.; Stearns & Co. ball-joint adjustable, Vg; Fox Supply Co/ #8 w/ radiator paint, G+; unsigned adjustable spring throat, G. Sold For 40.00
  111. 3 – Scrapers: unsigned cooper’s closed scorp, Vg; unsigned brass fixed head push-scraper, Vg.; unsigned, iron head scraper w/ wooden handle, G+ Sold For 40.00
  112. 8 – Assorted metal spoke shaves, G – Vg: 3 - Stanley; Siegley; Oak Leaf; Rapier; etc. Sold For 100.00
  113. 2 – Bench jack planes, G: Germany, DRP #3; 4-Most, 13 5/8” Sold For 40.00
  114. 6 – Various spoke shaves, F+ - G: 2 – two-blade; Rapier; Hargrave; etc. Sold For 75.00
  115. 3 – Tools: Acme Level Co. #3 adjustable pressed steel level, G; Stanley #945-10” ratchet brace, Vg; iron fret saw 5” X 11 ½” w/ paint accent, G+ Sold For 5.00
  116. 3 – Wooden handled scraper planes: Atkins & Co. beech wood steer horn handle, missing iron, Vg; shaped walnut w/ brass sole plate & iron housing, missing keeper & iron; 2 ¼” unsigned, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  117. 8 – Assorted spoke shaves, G – Vg: Guys Hand Tools; Preston; Stanley; Stearns; etc. Sold For 70.00
  118. 4 – Various scrapers: C.E. Jennings, wooden paddle scraper, Vg; cast brass ice shave (?) scraper, missing iron; W.A. Peck, #1 iron head; Stanley (?) adjustable box scraper Sold For 10.00
  119. 5 – Various ion levels, F+ - Vg. by various makers Sold For 50.00
  120. set of 6 – hand operated dowel cutting plates by Hargrave, Vg Sold For 110.00
  121. 6 – Assorted wooden framed scrapers, various types & makers, G. Sold For 5.00
  122. Starrett #101C-12” sight level/transit, G Sold For 50.00
  123. Stanley Bailey #7-C bench jointer, post-WWII, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  124. Early Stanley Bailey #6-C bench for plane, V-trademark 1912-20, w/ low rosewood knob, G+ - Vg, Sold For 50.00
  125. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4 smooth, Vg.; #5 jack, Vg Sold For 75.00
  126. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: late #4 smooth w/ blue painted deck & yellow accents to lever cap, Vg; #5 jack, V-trademark 1912-20, G+  (edge of sole w/ flaw) Sold For 30.00
  127. 3 – Cabinet scrapers: 2 – Stanley #80, G. & Vg; E.C. Stearns, G+ Sold For 40.00
  128. 5 – Various measuring devices: Stanley “sweetheart” #77 rosewood & brass mortise gauge, Vg; Stanley #65 boxwood marking gauge, G; 2 – sliding-T bevels, G-Vg; K&E pocket sliding rule w/ original box, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  129. 4 – Wooden edge tools: European horned 9 ½” X 1” scrub plane, G+; 3 – spoke shaves (1 – E. Mills & Co.), G+-Vg Sold For 20.00
  130. 5 – Wooden side bead molding planes (2 – missing irons), G-Vg: Sandusky; 3 - Auburn Tool; unsigned Sold For 25.00
  131. 5 – Wooden molding planes, G+-Vg: 3 – rabbet: Union Factory, H. Chapin; Sandusky Tool; unsigned; 2 – hollow planes: Marley, New York, w/ chamfered shoulders; unsigned Sold For 10.00
  132. Stanley Gage self-setting G-4-C bench smoother plane, Vg+ Sold For 140.00
  133. Stanley Bailey #6-C fore plane, post WWII, Vg+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  134. 2 – Stanley Bailey planes, Vg: “sweetheart” #4 smoother; “sweetheart” #3 bench smoother Sold For 100.00
  135. 5 – Tools w/ original boxes: 3 – spiral-ratchet screwdrivers: North Bros. “Yankee” #30A, G+; Handyman “Yankee” #133H, G+; Handyman #233H, G+; 2 – Stanley “Handyman” expansion bits, Vg Sold For 65.00
  136. 2 – Stanley edge tools w/ original boxes: #82 adjustable scraper, G+; “Handyman” #H1205 jack plane, Vg
  137. 2 – Stanley Bailey transitional bench planes: #35-9” jack, G+ - Vg; R&L #26-15” fore plane, G+ w/ 1910-12 arch strike Sold For 40.00
  138. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley “Victor” #1104 jack w/ original box, Vg; Hercules 14”, G. Sold For 40.00
  139. 2 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey #5 jack, Vg; Craftsman 14” jack, G+-Vg Sold For 45.00
  140. 4 – Various block planes: Stanley: #100 squirrel tail block, Vg.; #110 w/ nickel plated cap, Vg; #9 ½, Vg; no-name 3 ¾” block, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  141. 3 – Stanley tools w/ original boxes: #59 doweling jig, Vg; 2 – “Handyman” #1247 block planes, Vg Sold For 17.50
  142. 4 – Various tools: Stanley: #965-10” ratchet brace, Vg; #40 pocket line level, G+; unsigned #88 clapboard siding gauge, Vg; unsigned wooden marking gauge, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 30.00
  143. 2 – Stanley tools w/ original boxes: #3 bench plane, V+; #42 saw set, G+ Sold For 90.00
  144. Tray lot assorted tool guides & references: Stanley: 2 - #75 tool guides; #77 doweling machine guide; rafter & framing squares guide; H.B. Patented Transitional & Metallic Planes in America, 1827-1927, 2nd edition by Roger Smith Sold For 22.50
  145. 5 – Assorted tools: Cheney patented nail holder 16oz. claw hammer w/ bell poll, G+ - Vg; Belknapp “Bluegrass” 12oz. claw hammer, Vg; 3 – various coping saws, Vg Sold For 20.00
  146. 3 – Various tools: cast iron cork press w/ 3 – slots, G; unsigned ball & socket saw vise, G+; hand wrought 3” scissors/shears, G+ Sold For 30.00
  147. 2 - Tools: Keen Kutter #KK-30-24” brass tipped wooden adjustable level, Vg.; Disston, 36” cross-cut hand saw, G-G+ Sold For 40.00
  148. 3 – Signed hand wrought drawknives: G. Hewes (George, Peach Bottom, Lancaster Co., working 1835), 9 ½” hollow shave, G; A. Kinsey (Abel, Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co., circa 1808), 9 ¼” stop chamfer, F; initialed G.L.P. 10” straight back, F. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 40.00
  149. Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm), small finishing adze w/ early shaped handle, 4 5/8” edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 70.00
  150. 2 – Signed hand wrought cooper’s adze: 1st B. Swily (Benjamin Swilley, found working in 1880 census in Ephrata, Pa.) narrow 1 ½” round edge, pitted G; 2nd Initials I – S w/ looking glass strike in center (Tannehill attributed to Hershey area), 2 ¼” edge, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 80.00
  151. W. Piper (possibly William, Westmoreland Co. Pa., pre-1800) 18th century cooper’s bench axe w/ round eye & embossed strike, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 90.00
  152. 2 – Signed hand wrought axe heads: 1st double-strike by Hagen family (attributed I. Hagen or John Hagen found in 1800 census as forgeman in Mt. Nebo, Martic Twp. Lancaster Co., re-strike at re-edging by Davis Hagen), F; 2nd J. Shonk (John Shonk, working 1870 in Mt. Joy Twp., Lancaster Co.), F Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  153. 2 – Signed hand wrought hand axes. Both signed I-S w/ looking glass strike in center (Tannehill attributed to Hershey area. Unidentified maker). Both axes have broad fantail edges: 1st. hewing axe w/ upper arch & lower lug, G+; 2nd V-edge no lugs, G+ Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  154. 2 – Signed, hand wrought edge tools: 1st C. Berlin (*?) square poll cooper’s round adze, Vg; 2nd W. Addams (William, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co., embossed strike), broad hatchet w/ lower lug, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 90.00
  155. G. Hewes (George, Peach Bottom, Lancaster Co., working 1835) hewing axe w/ 7” edge, upper & lower lugs, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  156. I. Knoll (Tannehill has listed as Lancaster Co. maker) Kent style felling axe w/ upper & lower lugs, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  157. 2 – Signed, hand wrought felling axes: 1st D. Hagen (Davis, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co.) rockaway form w/ lower lug, deep set strike, G+; 2nd G. Fegley, embossed strike (possibly George, Montgomery Co.) early form, F-G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 65.00
  158. Early hand wrought Pennsylvania Twibil (mortise axe w/ twin opposing heads), signed I. Ladich (*attributed to Northampton Co. or Schuylkill area). The socket is a narrow tapered socket that Tannehill attributed to Berks Co. The form is unusually small depth. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 550.00
  159. D. Hofman (Daniel Hoffman, working 1830’s, Lancaster City), carpenter’s octagon pin poll adze, G-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 85.00
  160. 2 – Signed, hand wrought edge tools: 1st D.C. Griffith (*attributed to David Griffith, worked in Meyersdale, Somerset Co., Pa) mortise axe w/ lower lug & hardened butt, G.; D.J. Moyer (Daniel J., Robesonia, Berks Co. 1850-1931) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  161. C. Yinger (*Christian Yinger, York Co., Pa.) hand wrought side broad axe. Primitive form axe w/ lg. deep-set strike, cracks extend from lug, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 55.00
  162. 2 – Signed Cooper’s adze: Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm) tight round adze w/ rectangular poll, light strike, G+; Eberly (*?) adze w/ long round tail & rectangular poll, G+ Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 60.00
  163. 5 – Various hammers: C. Hammond, blacksmith’s 1 3/8lb. flatter; E.J Oller, 5-22-1908, blacksmith’s hammer; J.B. Osborne, 12oz. rivet hammer; unsigned blacksmith splitting hammer; small sledge marked B.L.W. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 55.00
  164.  2 – Hand wrought hand axes: 1st. Lancaster double-strike hewing hatchet (maker Valentine Hofman, working 1759, Lancaster City & re-edged by Gottlieb Sener, working 1848, Lancaster City, poor edge & pitting F+; 2nd, double-strike hewing broad hatchet (attributed to J. Reddig?; & re-edge by. Henry Mellinger, Washington Boro, G) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 90.00
  165. 3 – Signed cleaver blanks (no handles), G: 2 - N.C.R.W. Co. (possible Northern Central railway owner strike); D. Pugh (attributed David Pugh, Chester Co.) Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 30.00
  166. 2 – Signed cleavers: I. Sharman (attributed to Isaac, working in 1880, Spring Twp., Berks Co.) 6 ¾” saddle-back cleaver w/ 3 – sunburst strikes, G; Hofman (attributed to Hoffman’s working in Lancaster City, in the 1830’s) 7 ½” G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  167. J. Landis (attributed to John “Devil” Landis, working in 1830’s near present day Landis Valley in Manheim Twp., Lancaster Co.) saddle back cleaver w/ strap overlay handle, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 325.00
  168. 3 – Signed small kitchen cleavers: Mullins (*?) 5 ½” saddle back, Vg.; Hoffman (attributed to Hoffman family of Lancaster Co.) late form 6 ½”, Vg; C. Heisler (* ex-Bill Siegfried collection) 5” spur tip cleaver, Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 70.00
  169. 2 – Signed hand wrought cleavers: rare, S. Hofman, Lancaster (attributed to Samuel Hoffman working in Lancaster City in 1834) 7 ½” cleaver w/ hand shaped maple handle, G+; J. Knoll (*?(Tannehill has listed as Lancaster Co. maker), possible Joseph Null, worked in Adams Co. Pa.) saddle-back 7 3/8” cleaver w/ turned walnut handle, G. *Tannehill note-found in Silver Springs, Pa. Sold For 85.00
  170. 3 – Signed cleavers: T. Hessenbruch & Co. (German, cutlery maker specialized in straight razors), 7” cleaver w/ turned walnut handle, Vg; C. Fry, 18th century center pellet mark (*Tannehill note- attributing to family association to Jacob Fry of Phila. cutlery maker, possible Christian Fry, 1739 German settler of Bucks Co. in Tohickon area ); late American Cutlery cleaver Sold For 50.00
  171. A. Peters (*Tannehill – note found near Slatington, Lehigh Co., Pa.) half poll carpenter’s adze w/ white oak leaf strike, Vg Sold For 60.00
  172. 2 – Signed carpenter’s adze: 1st D. Hagen (Davis, Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co.) w/ full square poll, G+; 2nd D.H. embossed strike (*Tannehill- attributed to David Herr. Ex-Derstler collection) w/ octagon flared pin poll, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 120.00
  173. 2 – Signed posthole mortise axes w/ upper bits: 1st. Brady (attributed to multiple generation in Lancaster City) w/ lg. letter strike, G+; H.H. Stricker (Reinholds Station, Lancaster Co. & Vinemont area, Berks Co.), re-edge w/ rounded lower nose Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 130.00
  174. 3 – Various C. Hammond, Philadelphia hatchets: 1st shingling half hatchet w/ #2 - octagon poll & arch strike, Vg; 2nd shingling full hatchet w/ #2 – octagon poll & arch strike, G; 3rd left hand hewing full hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, 3-line strike, G+ Sold For 70.00
  175. 4 – Hammers: Oliver (possible Mfg. Co.) rivet hammer, Vg; 3 – claw hammers: C. Hammond, 8oz. w/ bell poll, Vg; early C. Hammond, Philadelphia, 12oz. w/ octagon poll & 2-line strike, G.; C. Hammond, 20oz. w/ adze round poll & arch strike, Vg Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3; 4 Sold For 25.00
  176. 4 – Various C, Hammond, Phila. shingling hatchets: 3 – half w/ octagon polls, G; 1 – late, full narrow blade w/ round poll, Vg. Sold For 35.00
  177. 10 – Assorted side bead wooden molding planes, F. – Vg. Makers include: Ohio Tool Co.; Auburn Tool Co; Sandusky Tool; S.H. Bibighaus; etc. Sold For 70.00
  178. 7 – Assorted wooden joinery planes: Ohio Tool Co. #75-3/4” T&G plane, Vg; 3/8” grooving, Vg; A.J. (European) ogee, Vg; 4 – rabbet planes, Vg: Sandusky Tool Co; Marsuen Bros.; Ohio Tool; etc. Sold For 55.00
  179. 8 – Assorted wooden molding planes: 3 – nosing planes: A. Monty, Roxton Pond, 1 ½” dbl.-blade; Auburn Tool Co., #182-1 ¼” dbl.-blade; Sandusky #111-1 ¼”, G; Ohio Tool, ¾” cove, Vg; 3 – side beads: John Bell, Phila. Vg; etc. Sold For 140.00
  180. 6 – Various wooden molding planes: 4 – side bead, Vg: L. Rowland; Auburn Tool Co; Auburn Tool Co; Union Factory; 2 – coach builder’s, G Sold For 300.00
  181. Tray lot 7 – assorted measuring devices: Stanley: #72 dbl.-arm marking gauge, G; #167-6ft mason’s zig-zag rule, Vg; #106-6ft. zig-zag, Vg; Starrett Co. #451-6ft. metal zig-zag, G+; Master #66EM metric zig-zag, Vg; etc Sold For 15.00
  182. 4 – Wooden folding rules: 2 – Belcher Bros. “Shoe Salesman” folding rules, G. & Vg; no-name #18-2ft. two-fold rule w/ brass square joint, G+-Vg; Lufkin #3851-3ft. four-fold w/ oxbow joint, Vg Sold For 40.00
  183. 3 – Wooden folding rules: Chapin-Stephens #36-12” combination bevel-level-rule w/ brass square joint, G+; Stanley: “sweetheart” #63-2ft. four-fold w/ square joint, G+; “Four-Square” 2ft. four-fold, Vg Sold For 70.00
  184. 3 – 2Ft. four-fold wooden rules w/ brass arch joints: Stanley R&L #60 brass bound, G+; Upson Nut Co. #52 ½, Vg; Stephens & Co. #52 brass bound, G. Sold For 40.00
  185. 4 – Wooden folding rules: Upson Nut Co.: #86 ½-12” caliper/rule, G+; 3 – 2ft. four-fold, G+ (2 – C.S. Co. #68) Sold For 30.00
  186. 4 – Wooden folding rules: Lufkin #372-12” caliper/rule, F; 3 – 2ft. four-fold: Upson Nut #62 brass bound, G+; Stephens & Co. #42 ½ brass edge, G+; Rabone #1169, G Sold For 30.00
  187. 4 – Wooden rules: W. Fowler, Phila. “Shoe Salesman” G+; Rabone #1167-3ft four-fold “Blind-man’s”, G+; Jacobs Mfg. advertising 12” two-fold trade advertising folding rule, Vg; Master Rule “ Interlox” #106-6ft. slide-by rule, Vg Sold For 55.00
  188. 4 – Wooden folding rules: 2 – Stephens & Co. #36-12” combination bevel-level-rules, F.-G; 2 – Stanley 2ft. four-fold rules: “sweetheart” #68, Vg; #27, Vg Sold For 55.00
  189. 3- Wooden folding rules: Lufkin #363-L 2ft. four-fold combination level-protractor rule, G+; no-name 12” two-fold caliper/rule, G; Stanley R&L #15-2ft two-fold brass bound w/ Gunter’s slide, F Sold For 55.00
  190. 4 – Various drawknives: 2 – wooden spoke shaves: unsigned 3 ½” w/ brass sole & adjuster knobs, Vg; L.C & N. Co. 3” w/ steel sole plate, G+; Witherby 8” carpenter’s Vg.; homemade “What’s it” scraper bowl shave, F. Sold For 40.00
  191. 3 – Stanley edge tools: #71 router, G; 2 - #80 scrapers, G & Vg. Sold For 100.00
  192. 4 –Various planes: Stanley #239 plow, missing parts, G; Craftsman rabbet/fillister, G+; Goodall 8 ½” jack, Vg; bullnose block, missing parts Sold For 35.00
  193. Siegley’s Patent combination plow plane, Vg Sold For 85.00
  194. 2 – Stanley tools, Vg: #71 router, in original box; #982 right-angle ratchet brace Sold For 200.00
  195. Stanley “sweetheart” #7-C jointer, w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  196. 2 – Transitional bench planes: Union #27-15”, G+; Stanley R&L w/ Eagle strike #129-20” G+ Sold For 30.00
  197. 2 – Transitional jointer planes: R&L #31-24” w/ pat. 4-19-1892, G+; R&L #31-24” w/patent date, restored Sold For 35.00
  198. 6 – Wooden molding planes: 2 – hollow planes: (Union Factory, H. Chapin), Vg.; Auburn Tool Co. nosing plane; Union Factory, Roman reverse ogee w/ fence, G; W. Parker, quarter round, Vg; Sargent & Co. tongue molding Vg Sold For 45.00
  199. 3 –Wooden block molding planes: Ohio Tool Co. #36 toothing plane, Vg;  no name 7 ¾” w/ hardwood nose plate, G+; Ogontz Tool Co., #3 block G Sold For 40.00
  200. Tray lot assorted drafting tools & measuring devices (some advertising) Sold For 20.00
  201. 6 – Assorted iron spoke shaves: Stanley: #60 dbl. iron, G+; #52, G; 2 - #53, G & Vg; hollow shave, Vg; Hargrave Sold For 70.00
  202. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench jack planes: #3-C w/ V-strike & homemade replacement handle & knob, G; #3 smooth w/ rosewood knob & handle, Vg Sold For 60.00
  203. 6 – Assorted iron spoke shaves: Stanley: #62 two-way, G+; #sweetheart” #64, VG; #60 dbl. Iron #62, G; #52 w/ V-strike, G; #53, G+; Stanley R&L w/ hollow iron, Vg Sold For 90.00
  204. 2 – Jointer’s tools: Millers Falls #22CBG jointer plane, Vg; Stearns jointer bevel guide, G Sold For 95.00
  205. P.S. & W. Co. #1-EX-3” socket handle slick w/ turned maple handle, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 130.00
  206. 3 – Various Stanley bench planes: “Four-Square” #1104, G+; #4 smoother, post WWII w/ cherry handle & knob, Vg; #3 smoother, Vg Sold For 80.00
  207. Tray lot assorted drilling devices: Stanley #965N-10” brace, Vg; 2 – Fray’s patent thumb-screw brace (1 – Bridgeport Hardware Co.) G-G+; wooden brace parts, no chuck; Craftsman expansion bit w/ original box, Vg Sold For 75.00
  208. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ slide lid wooden tool box & 2 – racks of irons, Vg Sold For 95.00
  209. 2 – Stanley tools w/ original boxes: #82 adjustable wood scraper, Vg+; #59 dowelling jig, Vg Sold For 45.00
  210. Moulson Brothers, Sheffield, English infill handled bench plane, Vg, This rosewood infill 14 ½” bench plane brass cap & press screw, square molded knob, raise handle design w/ handle set low toward deck. Sold For 200.00
  211. Peugot Freres, 13” mahogany infill fore plane. This plane is a very solid user plane. It has solid 1/8” thick cast steel body w/ double arch & wedge stop at throat, G+ Sold For 160.00
  212. 3 – Cherry wood levels, G-G+: Bedortha Bros., Windsor, Ct. 28”; 2 – Stanley #3 brass ended: R&L 28 ¼” vertical vial damaged; V-strike 30” Sold For 22.50
  213. 3 – Cherry wood levels: Disston & Morss, 28 ¼” brass ended w/ homemade slide lid box, horizontal vial damaged; Stanley R&L #3-28 ¼” brass ended Vg; #0-28” F+ Sold For 30.00
  214. 3 – Stanley wooden levels: R&L #19-27” rosewood brass tipped, Vg; R&L mahogany 22”, G+; “sweetheart” #0-24” cherry, G Sold For 25.00
  215. Lufkin 3Ft. hickory board rule w/ brass foot & 3tier branded, Vg Sold For 30.00
  216. 5 – Assorted wooden rules: 3 – Stanley, #30 ½-2ft. shrink rules, Vg: 1/12”; 3/16”; 1/8”; 2 – advertising slide-by yardsticks Sold For 25.00
  217. Tray lot assorted drafting type tools: complete 7pc. German made drafting set from TSC, G+; complete 10pc. set Chaud-Quantin, France, drafting set, G+; 10pc. K&E drafting set, G.; etc. Sold For 20.00
  218. Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: North Bros. “Yankee” #130A spiral ratchet screwdriver w/ original box, Vg; Stanley “Yankee” #131A spiral ratchet screwdriver, G+; mechanic’s bearing packing tool (looks like lg. turn-screw driver, but tapered point, Vg; wooden folding rule blank (unfinished); EAIA Directory of American Toolmakers, 1999 Sold For 30.00
  219. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 4 – zig-zag folding rules (1-Stanley “sweetheart” #425-60” aluminum, Vg); Starrett, 18” outside caliper, G+; Jarrot (branded), wedge arm walnut cooper’s sawtooth croze w/ steel sole plate, Vg; homemade wooden bevel, G; etc. Sold For 22.50
  220. Tray lot assorted tools: 4 – “Monkey” wrenches, G-Vg: Coe’s 6”; Oak Leaf 6”; unknown; Military combination wrench; 5” double-end alligator wrench; etc Sold For 12.50
  221. 7 – Assorted firmer chisels: hand wrought tang handle gouge w/ long shank (possible lathe rough gouge); 3 – tang handle socket mortise chisels: 2 – W. Butcher; 3 – socket handle mortise chisels: F.P. Pearson; T. Witherby; unsigned Sold For 95.00
  222. 12 – Assorted wood & bench chisels: W. Butcher, gouge w/ turned oak ball handle, G+; 6 – socket handle; 5 – tang handle, by various makers, G-Vg Sold For 70.00
  223. 6pc. Robert Sorby, carving chisel set w/ oak egg grip handles, Vg Sold For 110.00
  224. E. Cunningham, Cook’s patented saw set tool, dated 12/23/1873. Small crank type set w/ automatic advance, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 50.00
  225. Uncommon, Goodell-Pratt, hand crank bench mount drill press w/ drill vise attachment, G+ Sold For 80.00
  226. 2 – Keen Kutter, cherry wood levels: 26” brass tipped, G; #KK-0-30” G+ Sold For 25.00
  227. William Mann, Lewistown, “P” 10 ½” left hand side broad axe w/ off-set handle, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  228. Rare, Scott (attributed to David or Thomas of Drumore area of Lancaster Co.) left hand side broad axe w/ Eagle warranted strike, G (pitted) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 85.00
  229. 2 – Hand wrought edge tools: J.R. (initialed) cooper’s bench axe w/ poor weld (crack), appears some “Bozo” used it for splitting; G. Silvius (Lancaster) upper poll posthole axe, crack at start of poll, G Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 85.00
  230. E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, wooden bench vise screw assembly, G Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  231. Tray lot assorted “New-old-Stock” tools in original boxes: 2 – boxes Irwin 16” long auger bits: 7/16” & 15/16”; Stanley: partial box Pin Punches; Drill Guide; “Surfoam” replacement blades Sold For 95.00
  232. V. Hofman (attributed to Valentine Hoffman, Lancaster Boro, working as early as 1759) non-polled carpenter adze, very primitive early form, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 75.00
  233. W. Addams, embossed strike  (William, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co., embossed strike) carpenter’s adze w/ octagon full poll, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 180.00
  234. 2 – Signed axes: True Blue (Berks Co. maker) narrow hatchet, G+; W. Addams (above noted) side broad hatchet, F. Sold For 50.00
  235. 4  - Hand wrought dengelstock/scythe anvils, various forms: 1 – signed  Dak*R*O (ex-Beitler collection) Sold For 85.00
  236. Tray lot assorted leather working tools: rare, owner engraved slicker of D. Stone, dated 1854 w/ floral decoration & three link logo of Odd-Fellows lodge, Vg; edge bead tool w/ initial D.S.; Union “Witchet”; variety of awls; punches; edge tool decorators; etc. Sold For 55.00
  237. 3 – Signed farm related tools: bale hook by A.J. Baer (*Tannehill attributed Albert J. Baer, 1865-1930 of Lehigh Co & Harrisburg), hook has hand wrought hoop handle; T-handle bale hook by R.D. Doer (*?); pike pole tip, stuck Wolf & Bro. (*?) Sold For 17.50
  238. 2 – Signed, large drawknives: W. Addams (William, descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co., embossed strike), 13” sag back, G; W. Noel (embossed strike, attributed to William, of Bonneauville, Adams Co., Pa., working mid-1800’s) 11 ½” straight back, G+ Sold For 55.00
  239. 4 – Various “oddity” hammers: fancy drop-forged upholstery hammer w/ decorative molded head & cross-peen, G; Pannier, Pittsburgh, marking hammer w/ 40 on interchangeable head; script engraved rivet hammer, signed Lane McAllister, 1932 (*?), Vg; unusual double ball-peen w/ 1 – bent shaft poll, G. Sold For 60.00
  240. Tray lot assorted metal working tools: Fisher & Norris, Trenton, NJ small bench-top anvil, approx. 5lb.; C. Hammond, Phila. #2-6oz. rivet hammer, Vg; cross-peen auto body repair fuller hammer; whimsical cast aluminum rivet hammer Sold For 100.00
  241. 2 – Signed large drawknives: H. Hogg (*?) 7” curved stave shave w/ extended handles, G; S. Shupe (*attributed to Samuel Shupe, History Bucks Co., has him listed in mid-1800’s as blacksmith/farmer) 12 ½” straight back, G. Sold For 60.00
  242. 3 – Signed axe heads: dbl. signed lopping axe, by S. Hofman (Samuel, working 1834 in Lancaster City) & re-edge by C. Silvius (Conrad, working 1857, Lancaster City), F; lower lug, single edge by J. Fink (possible John Fink, listed as blacksmith found mustered into Civil War service from Illinois???.); splitting maul marked J. Myers (Tannehill documented, John Myers working 1870, in York City) Sold For 80.00
  243. 9 – Early scissors, makers include: J. Gambia; Bland; H.C.N.T; Henry Horton? James Smith; etc. Sold For 10.00
  244. 3 – Hand wrought tools by Wm. Heffley (working 1930, in Millardsville, Lebanon Co., Pa.): 1st 16oz. rivet hammer, Vg; 12oz. rivet hammer w/ round poll, Vg; camping hand axe/hatchet w/ lower lug, Vg Sold For 40.00
  245. 5 – Various tool heads: 1st. millstone pick marked W.S. Casterlin (*note- in 1914, authored a manual on hand forging tools titled, Steel Working and Tool Dressing. He actually was a professor from Pittston, Pa.) G+; 2nd millstone pick (?) marked J. Fulmer (John, working 1863, Philadelphia), F+; 3rd half shingling hatchet w/ octagon poll, marked G. Selsor & Co. (George, working 1860’s in Philadelphia), G+; 4th hatchet w/ steel spur tip claw on butt of hatchet, marked True Blue  (Berks Co. maker), G; unsigned cobblestone scup, G Sold For 50.00
  246. 3 – Signed small drawknives: 1st 7” stop chamfer, marked P. Milhouse (*?) w/ turned maple handles & brass furrels, Vg; 2nd 6 ¼” stop chamfer marked A. Brown (*? Possible York Co,) G+; cooper’s small chamfer knife, marked J. Eby (non-attributable, possible Lancaster Co.), G+ Sold For 60.00
  247. 3 – Hand wrought axe heads: 1st re-edged Plumb, felling axe, marked C.L. Reeder (*?), F+; 2nd. Trade axe marked w/ oriental “Yin & Yang” symbol & dated 1937, relic; 3rd heavy felling axe w/ lower lug, embossed marked P* Yeats (*?) , G Sold For 45.00
  248. Tray lot assorted shears & scissors, various eras & makers (1- J. Rodgers & Sons, Sardine can shears, 2 – wick trimmers) Sold For 25.00
  249. 3 – Lg. drawknives: 1st 12 ½” mast makers knife marked C. Miller (attributed to George Miller, Lancaster Co.); 2nd 12” belly/curved shave, marked R.M.(not attributed) cracked, G; 3rd 12” wheelwright’s straight back knife, marked L (E) Kroll (attributed to Edward Krall, working 1860 census as wheelwright in Lebanon Co.), G. Sold For 65.00
  250.  5 – Various Scissors: Ridgley, brass handle tailor’s 8” shears, Vg; 4 – various curved blade shears: Clauss #420; Handlen, Sheffield; S.G.; etc Sold For 22.50
  251. 3 – Tailor’s scissors: W&S,  6 ½” w/ lg. lug cap hinge bolt, G+; R. Heinisch, Newark, NJ 6 ½” w/ autograph shear & brass lug, G+; Clauss, 6 ½” w/ brass lug, G. Sold For 60.00
  252. 20 – Assorted stone dresser’s chisels & picks, most signed. Makers include: J. Best (*?); R.D. McDonald (*?); Pencoyd (probably Pencoyd Iron Works, in Bala Cynwood); D.H. Brown (attributed to David H., Phila., working 1839); Jim Rose (*?); C.K. Bollo, Phila.; E. Ormsby (*?); etc. Sold For 30.00
  253. 4 – Wooden framed edge tools: D-router frame w/ brass tag of G.C. Hiner (*?). The router has walnut & pine decorative top & brass sole, missing blade holder, G; homemade adjustable scraper w/ ram’s horn nuts, G; 2 – spoke shaves: Bagshaw & Field, Phila. w/ brass sole, Vg; Brown & Flathers, Sheffield, w/ brass thumbscrew adjusters, G+ Sold For 5.00
  254. Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: 2 – cast iron paper weights: 1744, Contractors’ Equipment, Shannon & Co., Phila.; Service Supply Corp., Phila.; hand wrought spring-back scribe; wrought iron shoe scraper; Sabin & Clark combination tool; D. Peres, Germany, combination knife w/ pouch & accs. Heads; etc Sold For 40.00
  255. Tray lot assorted tools: early instrument maker’s walnut screw clamp w/ fancy egg turned handle, G; small walnut toy/jeweler’s mallet w/ octagon tapered cap; W.B. Wilstach, Phila., decorative “Oak Leaf & Acorn” 1 ¾” wide press mold w/ molded pewter plates, G+; etc. Sold For 20.00
  256. Large box lot assorted measuring devices: “Grab-Box, look for yourself” Sold For 40.00
  257. 4 – Lg. T-handle augers, various sizes & makers, including: C.H. Mohr (*?); W. Drorbaugh (*attributed to William Drorbauch, 1765-1817, Cumberland Co., Pa.) repaired handle; Snyder (*attributed to John Snyder, working 1805, Hempfield Twp. Lancaster Co. The strike has same font as found attributable “Goosewing axe”); unsigned Sold For 55.00
  258. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: R&L #5 smooth jack w/ 1910-12 type 9 trademark, rosewood handle & low knob, G+-Vg; #5-C jack, post WWII, w/ high knob, Vg Sold For 65.00
  259. Early Stanley R&L #13 circular plane w/ individual adjustment toe & tail eye screws, 1902-10 arch trademark, Vg Sold For 90.00
  260. 5 – Assorted Stanley block planes, Vg: #118 pressed-steel low angle; #65 low angle w/ nickel-plated knuckle-joint cap; #120; #220; #130 dbl.-ender Sold For 70.00
  261. 2 – Scrapers: Stanley R&L #12 adjustable veneer scraper w// rosewood handle, non-trademark deck, Vg; Stearns universal adjustable box scraper, G+ Sold For 65.00
  262. 5 – Assorted multi-tool handles, Vg: Bridgeport Hardware, rosewood w/ many bits; 4 – variants L.G. Tool holders w/ bits Sold For 35.00
  263. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #4-C jack, post WWII, Vg; “sweetheart” #5 ½-C, replaced handle, G+ Sold For 90.00
  264. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #5-C jack, post WWII, G+-Vg; #5 smooth jack w/ black finished handle & knob, Vg Sold For 65.00
  265. 3 – Stanley bench planes: Bedrock #605, w/ square top frame, G; Bailey: #4 smooth jack, post WWII, Vg; #5 jack w/ black paint handle & knob, Vg Sold For 120.00
  266. Stanley Bedrock #607-C jointer w/ square shoulder rails, marked BBT on rail & knife. It has rosewood high knob & handle, Vg Sold For 130.00
  267. 3 – Small block planes: Stanley: #75 bullnose/rabbet, Vg; #100 squirrel-tail block w/ tote, V-strike 1912-20, Vg; Millers Falls 3 ½” (similar to Stanley #101), G+ Sold For 35.00
  268. 2 – Stanley edge rabbet planes: #98 & #99 (both G+) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 80.00
  269. Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #2 bench smoother, w/ rosewood high knob & handle, Vg Sold For 170.00
  270. Stanley Bailey #5 ¼ “Junior Jack” plane w/ rosewood handle & high knob, G+ Sold For 50.00
  271. Early Stanley R&L #72 chamfer plane w/ 5 point depth adjustment wheel, 1902-12 arch strike. Plane has rosewood handle & low knob, G+-Vg Sold For 200.00
  272. 2 – Small Stanley block planes: late model #100 ½ squirrel tail block w/ round smooth sole, Vg; R&L #101 block, G. Sold For 60.00
  273. Stanley “sweetheart” #2 smoother bench plane w/ rosewood handle & high knob, partial decal on handle. Handle is repaired, G+ Sold For 160.00
  274. Stanley R&L #1 smoother jack, 1902-12 arch strike, L. Bailey Patent on chip guard, G-G+. Knob is rosewood replacement, but still a very solid collectible plane. Sold For 650.00
  275. 3 – Stanley block planes: #100 ½ squirrel tail block w/ smooth round sole, Vg; #9 ¼ late model, Vg; #60 ½ low angle, late model Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 100.00
  276. 5 – Assorted Stanley sliding-T bevels, various eras & sizes, G-Vg Sold For 35.00
  277. 6 – Assorted try squares: Stanley: graduated set of #20 w/ rosewood & brass handles, G-Vg; #2-6” miter square w/ rosewood & brass, Vg; #12 “sweetheart” 8” w/ steel handle, Vg; Disston mitre square w/ steel handle, G Sold For 45.00
  278. 6 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: 5 – “monkey”, G – Vg: Coe’s B&S 15”; P.S. &W. 12”; Pexto 12”; Coe’s  12” ; Bod’s Tool Corp. Sold For 45.00
  279. Lg. lot assorted machinist & measuring devices: Brown & Sharpe #826-12” calipers w/ original box, Vg; & assorted size inside & outside caliper, most Vg Sold For 30.00
  280. 7 – Assorted chisel type tools: 3 – Firmer chisels: Goldenberg 2”, Vg; Keen Kutter corner chisel, Vg; unsigned long shank paring chisel; bearing packing tool; burnishing tool; etc. Sold For 50.00
  281. Tray lot assorted tools: unsigned 14” winged dividers, Vg; J. Stevens, A&T Co. 13 ½” inside/outside caliper, Vg; Stanley #21-12” combination square, Vg; etc. Sold For 35.00
  282. 3 – Hatchets: C. Hammond #1 claw poll full shingling, G; Robinson Bros. & Co. full shingling w/ octagon poll, G+; unsigned full shingling w/ round poll, Vg Sold For 55.00
  283. 2 – Scraper planes: Sargent VBM adjustable veneer scraper w/ hardwood plated sole, Vg; Stanley #81 scraper w/ hardwood plated sole, Vg Sold For 90.00
  284. 4 – Stanley planes: 2 - #181 improved rabbet, Vg; #78 “sweetheart” rabbet/fillister w/ fence & depth gauge, Vg; #248 weather stripping plow, Vg Sold For 65.00
  285. Stanley (unsigned) #112 adjustable scraper plane w/ rosewood handle & low knob, Vg Sold For 140.00
  286. 2 – Wooden screw arm sash molding planes: Kellogg & Co. (?) w/ turned knob adjustment, Vg; Sandusky Tool Co. #166 w/ boxwood threads, keepers & infill fillet strips, Vg Sold For 55.00
  287. 2 – Wooden plow planes: A. & E. Baldwin (New York) & struck J.W. Ensign (?) screw arm w/ boxwood threads, turned knobs & keepers, Vg; M. Copeland & Co. slide arm w/ wooden thumbscrew keepers, Vg Sold For 45.00
  288. 3 – European wooden molding planes: three screw panel plow w/ handle turn-screws on fence side, unsigned, G+; Weiss & Sohn, Wien, horned compass smoother block, missing iron, G; J.N. w/ crown, fillister plane w/ brass adjustable sole plate & depth stop, Vg Sold For 40.00
  289. 3 – Bench planes: Fulton Tool Co. 15” transitional jointer, G; Ohio Tool Co. #06 iron jointer, chip from rail at nose, G; Sargent VBM 7 ¼” jack w/ brass repair to rail, G. Sold For 25.00
  290. J. Siegley’s Patent, Aug. 19, 1890, combination molding, Vg. (1-blade) Sold For 85.00
  291. 2 – Stanley combination molding planes, incomplete, G: R&L #45 early form w/ pat. 3-11-1884 on skate, floral casting, cleaned; #46 w/ skew set iron, vine form casting, cleaned (both plane w/ 1-blade) Sold For 45.00
  292. 2 – Wooden molding planes: Auburn Tool, handle screw arm plow w/ boxwood knobs & keepers, brass depth & stop screw, G+-Vg; unsigned wedge arm sash fillister, G+ Sold For 45.00
  293. Stanley #55 combination molding plane, nearly complete w/ many extras, but only one iron , late production pc., Vg Sold For 170.00
  294. 4 – Stanley bench planes: Bailey: #5 smooth jack w/ partial label on handle, rosewood handle & high knob, G+; WWII era #4 smooth jack w/ Teflon adjustment knob, G+-Vg; post WWII #4-C w/ cherry handle & knob, G; Handyman #1204 jack, G+ Sold For 110.00
  295. Stanley “sweetheart” #A4 aluminum jack plane, G+-Vg Sold For 90.00
  296. 3 – Stanley planes: #78 rabbet/fillister, NIB; #248 weather strip plow w/ original box, Vg (box is toast); #194 fiberboard chamfer plane, missing knife, Vg Sold For 70.00
  297. 3 – Stanley planes: #50 combination beading plane, G; #248 weather stripping Vg; #78 rabbet/fillister, Vg Sold For 50.00
  298. 3 – Various bench planes: Siegley #4-C jack, Vg; Ohio Tool Co. #05 jack, G-G+; Shelton #05 jack plane, G Sold For 45.00
  299. 2 – Stanley bench planes: Gage #G-4 jack, replaced knob, G; “sweetheart” Four-Square, 11 ½” jack, Vg Sold For 90.00
  300. 2 – Early model Stanley planes: Bailey’s Patent #13 circular plane w/ eye screw stops on individual adjusting toe & tail plates, G+; #78 rabbet/fillister w/ pat. on blade, G. Sold For 80.00
  301. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #2 smooth jack, V-strike 1912-20, crack handle, G+; #3 jack w/ R&L blade, rosewood handle & high knob, G+ Sold For 160.00
  302. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, Vg: “sweetheart” #6-C fore w/ rosewood handle & low knob, smooth lever cap; #6 smooth fore, high knob w/ embossed lever cap, handle possible replacement Sold For 70.00
  303. 2 – Wooden handled screw arm panel tongue planes: 1st Auburn Tool Co., front screw damaged, G-G+; 2nd unsigned Vg Sold For 45.00
  304. 2 – Wooden screw arm plow planes: 1st. A. Howland & Co., handled w/ boxwood threads, turned knobs & stops, boxwood fence fillet, V g; 2nd unsigned #86 w/ boxwood threads, turned knobs & stops, missing brass depth stop screw Sold For 65.00
  305. 4 – Wooden handled bench planes: Edward Carter, Troy, NY. 21 ½” jointer, G+; unsigned 20 ½” raise handle w/ hardwood plied sole & Gouldson Bros. iron, hardwood diamond button, G+; Scioto Works #12-16” w/ Ohio Tool iron, G+; Greenfield Tool Co. 16” round sole, G+ Sold For 60.00
  306. 3 – Wooden molding planes: H. Browning, Rowe, Mass. screw arm sash molding plane w/ boxwood threads & knobs, boxwood boxing, Vg; homemade wedge arm panel groover, G; European, RS, Barmen, screw arm panel groover w/ adjustable metal depth plate, G Sold For 50.00
  307. Reliable 26” plank style wooden bench jointer, handle probably replaced Sold For 25.00
  308. 2 – Screw arm panel plow planes: Auburn Tool Co., G+; Ohio Tool, #38, G Sold For 30.00
  309. 6 – Wooden 2ft. four-fold wooden rules, G-G+: Stanley: #73 w/ arch joint; #78 ½ w/ oxbow joint; #68; #61; #27; no-name Sold For 40.00
  310. 6 – Various folding rules: 3ft.: General Hardware #753 steel, Vg; Stanley #66 ½” four-fold wood w/ oxbow, Vg; 2ft: Lufkin #1085 brass two-fold, Vg; Lufkin #861A w/ oxbow joint, G+; unknown maker 12” combination bevel, rule, F+; unknown maker .5 meter zig-zag, G+ Sold For 15.00
  311. 6- Various 1ft. four-fold wooden rules: Stanley: 2 - “sweethearts” #32 caliper/rule, Vg; #32 caliper/rule, G+; Stanley #65, G+; #69, Vg; Upson Nut #69, G+ Sold For 40.00
  312. 7 –Various wooden caliper/rules, G+-Vg: 4” straight: 2 - Stanley #136; Lufkin #014; 6” two-fold: 2 – Stanley #36; C.S. Co. #36; 12” two-fold #36 ½ R (second) Sold For 22.50
  313. 3 – Stanley folding rules: #66 ¾-36” brass bound, oxbow joint, G+; #53 -2ft. brass  exterior; #53 ½-12” w/ arch joint, G. Sold For 17.50
  314. 4 – Stanley 2ft. four-fold brass bound folding rules, G-Vg: 2 - #62; 2 - #62 ½ Sold For 20.00
  315. Stanley R&L #22-2ft two-fold w/ octagonal scales, Vg Sold For 230.00
  316. 5 – Assorted measuring devices: #92 ½ bone/ivory 12” four-fold, G; #56-12” wooden four-fold w/ arch joint, Vg; A.W. Woods, Key to the Steel Square booklet w/ gauge in small case, Vg; Lufkin #041-12” steel zig-zag, Vg; Campbell patent combination square gauge, pat. 10-01-1907, Vg Sold For 130.00
  317. 6 – Wooden molding planes: Auburn Tool, side rabbet, G; 2 – hollow: Auburn Tool Vg; J. Schauer, G; 3 – rounds: Greenfield Tool, VG; Sandusky #92, G+; Bewley, Leeds, G Sold For 45.00
  318. 3 – Lg. wooden round molding planes: homemade handled gutter/pump plane 1 3/8” X 1 ½” gutter, G+; Ohio Tool Co. #73-2” Vg; homemade 2” cove, G Sold For 20.00
  319. 3 – Drawknives: signed (?) 8” stop chamfer w/ adj. handles, F+; W. Brady (William, Mt. Joy, Pa., working mid-1800’s), 10 ¼” w/ walnut handles, G; P.S. &W. 10” carpenter’s, G+ Sold For 45.00
  320. Stanley #45 combination molding plane, older frame w/ floral casting, 1 blade included only, G-G+ Sold For 35.00
  321. Stanley #55 combination molding plane w/ wooden slide lid case & 4 racks of molding blades. The plane has many additional accs, G+-Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 250.00
  322. 2 – Stanley combination molding planes: #45 frame w/ fences, no blades, G+-Vg; #50 beading plane, nickel plated frame & fence, G+ Sold For 65.00
  323. 3 – Edge tools: 2 – Drawknives: Lakeside 10” w/ cup capped handles, Vg; unsigned 7” stop chamfer, F; late hand wrought block knife w/ rattail hook, Vg Sold For 30.00
  324. Mahogany carpenter’s tool chest w/ recessed belection molded panels & \wooden diamond accented lid. Interior has lift out divided tray. The chest has drop handles on sides of chest, G+. size: 28 ½” X 17” X 14 ½” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 45.00
  325. Early wooden tool chest w/ two drawer base. The cabinet has burl mahogany panels in lift lid & ends. The drawers have recessed ring pulls & are secured by slide rod under lid. The chest has cast iron drop-handles, G. size: 21 ½” X 12 ¼”X 11 ¼” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 110.00
  326. Oak machinist tool chest w/ 5 over 2 drawer interior compartment & lift lid, refinished, G+, size: 20” X 9 ½” X 13 ½” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 150.00
  327. Walnut & chestnut cabinet maker’s tool chest. Cabinet is made of dovetailed chestnut, the lid is walnut frame w/ inset chestnut panel. The pediment base has a drawer w/ brass recessed ring pulls. The chest has recessed drop handles. The interior has two drawers w/ turned pulls, Vg. size: 25 ¼” X 15 ¼” X 12 ¼” Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 160.00
  328. 11 ½” English infill mitre plane w/ rosewood infill, G+ (small crack above rear screw) The plane has multiple owner strikes Sold For 200.00
  329. English brass framed coffin shape block plane w/ mahogany infill, refinished Vg. Sold For 140.00
  330. Continental left hand “Goosewing” axe w/ front swing point. The axe has triangular shaped eye, 13 ¼” edge & is struck w/ embossed initials KS Sold For 160.00
  331. I. Blood, left hand side broad axe, w/ 12” edge & high arch. The axe has upper & lower lugs, but light touchmark, G+ Sold For 95.00
  332. English infill panel jack w/ mahogany handle & infill, brass screw cap, 10 ½”. w/ John Bull iron, Vg Sold For 160.00
  333. Early “Goosewing”/bearded axe w/ tapered eye, raise weld & three embossed initial strikes. The strikes are CM in heart, M in square, & GE in turnip. The iron is pitted & small crack descends from beard, but it is an early axe and possibly an early American Pa. German piece. Sold For 190.00
  334. Scottish infill smoothing block plane w/decorative scrollwork on rail near throat. The plane has fruitwood infill & is 8” long. G+ Sold For 220.00
  335. Continental-German “Goosewing” axe w/ tapered socket, hardened plate added to butt & has 2 – shield w/embossed X strikes. The has axe has a short beard w/ 10” edge to point Sold For 130.00
  336. English infill mitre plane w/ rosewood infill & odd boxwood wedge cap, 9 ½” w/ rounded toe & tail, G+ Sold For 130.00
  337. Spiers Ayr, infill smoothing plane w/ rosewood handle & infill, brass screw cap struck w/ maker’s mark, G. Sold For 80.00
  338. 13 – Assorted implement &/0r combination wrenches, F+-G+ Sold For 20.00
  339. 7 – Assorted hammers, G+-Vg: Waterstone, magnetic tip tack; 2 – upholstery hammers; Goldblatt Tool Co., 10oz. brick hammer; etc. Sold For 45.00
  340. 6 – Assorted leather working pliers type tools: 3 – broad flat bill stretchers (1 – Jos. Jones & Co.); Clarke’s #2 witchet; etc. Sold For 20.00
  341. 7 – Assorted drilling type tools: Craftsman “Rocket Age” hand drill w/ bits; North Bros. “Yankee” #1530A ratchet hand drill, Vg; 2 – Stanley “Yankee” push drills, G+; etc Sold For 60.00
  342. 4 – Various scrapers: 2 – Stanley #80, G. & Vg; Atkins #5, G; Barton (?) G Sold For 55.00
  343. 5 – Wooden handle edge tools: scroll-cut D-router, Vg; Stanley #88 adjustable scraper, G; 2 – Coach builder’s routers, G; Marples &  Son, spoke shave w/ brass thumbscrew adjusters, Vg Sold For 50.00
  344. 12 – Assorted wrenches: implement; combination; crank type; etc. Sold For 20.00
  345. 2 – Stanley circular planes: early #13 w/ eye screw adjustment, cracked frame at nose socket; R&L #113 w/ nickel plated adjustment knob, G Sold For 80.00
  346. 8 – Assorted spoke shaves, F-Vg: Stanley: 2 - #151, #52, #60 dbl. blade; Keen Kutter #K95 hollow; unsigned heel/round shave; etc. Sold For 80.00
  347. 15 – Assorted pocket tape measures, G-G+: Lufkin; Red Ace; Brownie; Stanley Defiance; etc. Sold For 7.50
  348. 6 – Assorted saw setting tools, various makers & sizes, G-VG: Sold For 15.00
  349. 5 – Measuring devices: Stanley:2- #36-12” iron levels, G & Vg; #71 double arm marking gauge, Vg; #88 clapboard marking gauge w/ pat. date, G; unknown maker 8” walnut & brass level, G Sold For 7.50
  350. 4 – Various tools: T-handle 2 ¾” gasket cutter, Vg; American Pinker, hand crank fabric pinking shears, G+; Patent applied for palm grip scraper w/ Stanley “sweetheart” blade, G; Fletcher #300 wood scraper, G+ Sold For 40.00
  351. 6 – Various measuring devices: 7 ½” wheel traveler, F; Lufkin “Frankenized” steel tape measure w/ Starrett tape; 3 – Quick-set compass/scribes, G+; Starrett #79-12” outside caliper, Vg Sold For 22.50
  352. 15 – Assorted pliers/nippers/shears type tools, F-Vg Sold For 35.00
  353. 7 – Assorted tools: early octagon wood handled Archimedes screwdriver w/ brass collar, G+; “Yankee” #50 ball-driver Archimedes driver, G+; “Yankee” #133-H ratchet screwdriver, G+; Goodell-Pratt #188A push drill, G+; 2 – Stanley #82 adjustable scrapers, G & Vg Sold For 40.00
  354. 5 – Drilling accessories: Woods & Sons adjustable hollow auger, Vg; unsigned adjustable hollow auger, G; Goodell-Pratt chain drill, G; unsigned chain drill, P.; Millers Falls adjustable angle brace attachment, G Sold For 65.00
  355. 5 – Various scrapers: Stanley #82 adjustable, repaired; 2 – Starrett, universal ball-joint adjustable scrapers, G & Vg; Atkins & Co. #1, G; Bell Systems spear tip paint scraper w/ sheath G+ Sold For 30.00
  356. 5 – Assorted tools: 101 Universal Wrench Co., Batow, Florida, patent 1921, lever press combination wrench, Vg; Richards Mfg. Co., 12” Shark, adjustable wrench; Superior Wrench Co. self-adjusting wrench, G; Insta-Grip, Western Germany, auto-adjust wrench, Vg; Champion, Meadville, Pa. metal nipper, G Sold For 45.00
  357. 2 – “What’s it” tools: Lowentraut Mfg. adjustable brace wrench, complete w/ wooden grip, G+; Strieby & Foute Co., Newark, NJ. wire fencing combination tool, G. Sold For 65.00
  358. 4 – Large adjustable wrenches: Bemis & Call Co. 15” combination, Vg; Coe’s Wrench Co. 21”, G+-Vg; Trimont “Perfect Handle” 18” G+-Vg; Bemis & Call Co. 13”, G-G+ Sold For 65.00
  359. 5 – Assorted combination adjustable wrenches: Bahco, Sweden 8” dbl. end w/ adjustable & alligator jaw, Vg; 2 – Crescent Tool Co. dbl.-end adjustable: 8-10” & 10-12”, both G; unknown maker dbl.-end adjustable w/ center wheel, F+; Mathews, Never-stall combination tool Sold For 140.00
  360. 5 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: Cellman Mfg. Co. “Polly”, pat. 4-17-1923, 12” Vg; Universal Wrench Co. pat. 7-22-1919, “Quick adjusting”, Vg; 3 – pipe pliers: Bledsoe, 10 ½”, G+; A.D. Wrench & Tool Co. “Kant-slip”, Vg; unsigned combination wiring tool, Vg Sold For 40.00
  361. 6 – Assorted adjustable or combination wrenches: Hoe Corp. pat. 2-21-1922, self adjusting pipe wrench, Vg; Gordon Automatic, patent applied for, G; Walden Mfg. ratchet wrench w/ sockets, Vg; K.L. Ryman, “Ranchman” combination hatchet/fencing tool, G; etc. Sold For 50.00
  362. 7 – Assorted Stanley block planes, G-Vg. (assorted numbers & types) Sold For 65.00
  363. 2 – Infill shoulder rabbet planes: 1” X 6 5/8” w/ rosewood infill, small hairline crack below wedge G; 1 3/8” X 7 ½” w/ rosewood infill, marked Birmingham on tail, G Sold For 100.00
  364. 4 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, F-G: pressed steel 9 5/8” jack, replaced iron; early #4 smooth; #3-C; #4-C, post WWII Sold For 110.00
  365. 3 – Stanley planes: #4 smooth jack, G; #180 improved rabbet, sole fence mount holes, & parts missing, but iron pat. 11/18/1884; early L. Bailey patent 8-31-1858 EX.D. 6 ½” block w/ squirrel tail knob tote, G+-Vg Sold For 160.00
  366. 3 – Small planes: Preston Patent, 4” bullnose rabbet w/ record replacement iron, Vg; unsigned 3 1/8” oval “Chariot” block, G; brass instrument makers front edge shave w/ small grasp handle, Vg Sold For 95.00
  367. 3 – Wooden drawknife/shaves: rare, homemade basket maker’s adjustable splint shave w/ ivory throat plate, excellent user model; Cleave, Manchester, sash router w/ adjustable wooden fence, G.-G+; unknown maker, grooving router w/ adjustable brass screw  on recessed iron slide plate, G. (missing wedge & iron) Sold For 60.00
  368. 4 – Various drawknives: E. Stones, embossed strike 12” straight back mast maker’s knife, G; Nobles Mfg. 8” stop chamfer knife w/ adjustable handles, Vg; Cooper’s 2 ½” head shave w/ cast cursive N-shaped screws, G+; late iron spoke shave (oriental import) Sold For 60.00
  369. 4 – Collectible/tools: Charles Hennig patent, ornate cast iron grocer’s crate/candy hammer w/ lady’s face cast on either cheek of hammer, G; Fagan, London 5” brass back fine dovetail saw, G; jeweler’s frame saw, missing blade; brass “Secure 2 Lever” padlock, Vg Sold For 55.00
  370. 5 – Assorted hammers: unknown maker double claw hammer w/ bell poll, possible blacksmith alter of individual cast hammers & combined; hand wrought coach trimmers claw w/ extended poll & ram’s horn claws, F; Stanley “Handyman” 7oz. claw, Vg; C.W. Peck, 6oz. rivet hammer, G; early Upholsterer’s hammer w/ cross-peen & octagon poll, Vg Sold For 110.00
  371. 3 – “Fancy” rosewood & brass mortise gauges, F-G+: English (?) oval fence w/ full plate & inlayed brass ring & double spear stop plate on brass rod; English (?) oval fence w/ full plate & inlayed brass ring & double spear stop plate on brass bound rosewood rail; square & arch fence w/ full double plates, inlayed double pyramid stop plate on brass bound rosewood rail Sold For 55.00
  372. L.L. Davis,  adjustable spirit level, 7” w/ lattice work casting, G+ Sold For 120.00
  373. 2 – Levels: L.L. Davis Level & Tool Co., 12” lattice work cast iron, G; Mathieson, Glasgow, 8 ¾” “Fancy” rosewood & brass level w/ ornate brass spire inlay work on top & brass sole plate, vial damaged, otherwise Vg Sold For 50.00
  374. 4 – Various wooden spoke shaves: “Travisher” curved chair maker’s seat shave, Vg; Mills, 2 ½” shave w/ inlayed bone sole plate, Vg; brass thumbscrew adjustable shave w/ brass sole plate, G.; common 2 ½”, F+ Sold For 50.00
  375. 5 – Various edge tools: Tomahawk, Clinton, Mass., leather sheath hatchet, F+-G.; 4 – socket mortise chisels, G. Sold For 95.00
  376. 7 – Assorted measuring devices: Keen Kutter rosewood & brass mortise gauge, Vg; 2 – sliding-T bevels, G; 4 – rosewood & brass handle try squares, G. Sold For 7.50
  377. 3 – Routers: Stanley #71, F; “Old Woman’s Tooth” router, walnut wood w/ molded grip, G; Coach builder’s adjustable grooving router, F-G. Sold For 65.00
  378. 3 -  Stanley bench planes: Bedrock #605 w/ aluminum handle, F+; Bailey #4 smoother, hole near nose of plane, F+-G; #3-C. repaired crack to handle, G-G+ Sold For 60.00
  379. 3 – Stanley #46 combination plane frames & fences, all with parts missing. Good parts Sold For 40.00
  380. 2 – Early drilling devices, missing parts: C. & T. Pilkington, Sheffield brass mounted beech wood brass, missing knurl cap & spring button latch; N. Erlandsen, , NY, bow drill frame w/ rosewood grip, G. Sold For 180.00
  381. 2 – Brass frame hand drills: breast drill w/ 5” brass crank wheel in brass framed carriage, missing breast plate, G; unknown maker, w/ 3 ½” brass drive wheel, G. Sold For 150.00
  382. 3 – Various bench planes: Stanley Bailey #5 ½ lg. jack w/ low lg. knob, “sweetheart” trademark, repaired handle crack; Keen Kutter K-5-C, engraved initial on outside of frame, G+; Sargent VBM #414, G+-Vg Sold For 65.00
  383. 2 – Brass back saws: Mathieson, 10” tenon saw w/ open grip & brass split-nuts, repaired handle crack, G; Robt. Sorby, 14” mitre w/ kangaroo strike & button, G+ Sold For 50.00
  384. 3 – Various steel back saws: Henry Disston & Sons, 10 ¾” tenon w/ brass split-nuts, G; Beardshaw & Son, 14” mitre, one screw replaced, G; Groves & Sons, Sheffield, 14” mitre, handle altered, G. Sold For 55.00
  385. 14 – Assorted Dentistry tools: 3 – metal handle picks; 11 – assorted tooth pliers. Possibly for horse dentistry. Sold For 10.00
  386. 4 – Primitive, measuring devises: adjustable timber scribe/race knife w/ rosewood handle, G+; hand wrought 6 ½” wheel traveler w/ single brace, G; combination butt/rabbet slitting gauge, signed (?), G.; “What’s it” marking gauge w/ torpedo shaped fence on split-rail, fence cracked Sold For 35.00
  387. 2 – Ebony(?) levels: Alex Coutts, Glasgow, 9 7/8” “Fancy” level w/ ornate fretwork inlayed upper plate, vial is damaged, G+; Preston & Sons, 18” w/ lg. two pane brass framed side views, G. Sold For 100.00
  388. 2 – Panel marking gauges: glass cutters panel marking gauge w/ brass frame on V-shaped rail w/ spur tip, G-G+; 16” wooden slitting gauge w/ knife edge, 1” square rail, plane handle grip & fence w/ wooden stop screw, G+ Sold For 7.50
  389. Witherby 3 3/8” slick w/ long turned maple handle. Handle is replacement, but adds loads of to character to a slick. Edge has lg. corner crack, possibly should be re-edged by experienced blacksmith Sold For 75.00
  390. Tray lot assorted edge tools: 4 – various lathe knives; 4 – carving chisels; T-handle broad head chopping knife, G Sold For 10.00
  391. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: M.W. & Co. #1822-12” four-fold caliper/rule, Vg; Stanley “sweetheart” #88 clapboard marking gauge, G; 2 – try squares, G. & Vg; etc. Sold For 7.50
  392. 4 – Assorted collectible/tools: Joseph Rodgers & Sons, 3 blade “Fleam” blood letting tool w/ horn grips (1-grip damaged); S-3oz. brass plumb bob w/ steel tip, G+; Stanley #7506 pocket tape measure, G; belt buckle w/ tool motif, dated 1981 Sold For 12.50
  393. Norris type, English infill bench smoother jack, 2 ½” Robert Sorby iron X 10” w/ handle, and brass screw cap struck Ritchie (possible owner). The frame is solid, handle & fore grasp mounted through deck. The handle has repair & infill wood (?) Sold For 50.00
  394. 2 – Infill style planes: 3 ½” “Chariot style” block, heavy frame w/ brass wedge keeper, iron signed Samuel (?), Sheffield. The rail has decorative raised scroll design, G; 8 ¼” handled smoother jack w/ mahogany infill handle & turned knob toe grasp, brass screw cap. The iron is 2” by Robert Sorby. F+ (hairline crack to rail extends from throat) Sold For 60.00
  395. 2 – Infill type planes: Norris type 7 ½” block w/ rosewood infill, brass screw cap, & Earnshaw Bros. iron, handle removed & infilled w/ oak, G; 7/8” X 5 ½” rosewood infill shoulder rabbet w/ replaced Record iron, G Sold For 75.00
  396. Edward Carter, Troy, NY. screw arm handled plow plane w/ maple (?) threads, knobs & stops, additional set of 8 plane irons included, G+-Vg Sold For 70.00
  397. 7 – Assorted wooden molding planes: pr. Bewley, Leeds, snipe bill planes, G+; pr. John Osborn, Chatham, hollow & round planes, G+-Vg; Sargent #671-7/8 T&G two-way plane, Vg; etc. Sold For 200.00
  398. 7– Assorted wooden molding planes: rare, two-iron double cock’s-bead molding plane w/ boxwood fillet strip infill, Vg; pr. John Bell, Phila. table hollow & round planes, Vg; pr. T. Tileston (Boston), side rabbet planes (1 – missing iron, G.); etc. Sold For 140.00
  399. 2 – Wooden planes: owner struck, boxwood chamfer plane (Mander Patent type) w/ adjustable depth guide that has brass side stop screw, missing wedge & iron; J. Denison (Winthrop, Ct.) hardwood screw arm plow plane, fence cracked along grain at screw holes & 1 – knob cracked Sold For 25.00
  400. 6 – Assorted wooden “oddity”/specialty planes: homemade spill plane, for making fire starter/spill splints; pr. coach makers curved/bead shaves, G+; 3 – toys carriage molding shaves, F.-G Sold For 20.00
  401. 15pc. Matched set of hollow & round wooden molding planes by T.J. McMaster, Auburn, NY. G+-Vg Sold For 275.00
  402. 4 – Wooden marking gauges: unmarked rosewood & mahogany mortise w/ full brass plate & brass stop screw, Vg; & 3 – various simple marking gauges w/ wooden stop screws, G.-Vg Sold For 15.00
  403. 3 – Wooden molding planes: Pennell & Miller, Phila., 2 ¼” handled Grecian Ogee w/ bevel, hardwood fillet strips, Vg; 9 ¾” hardwood (mahogany??) coffin shaped block plane, G; 7/8” coach builder compass rabbet plane, G Sold For 45.00
  404. 3 – Various planes: Stanley #248 weather stripping plow/dado plane w/ fence, Vg; Stanley #110 block w/ nickel plated cap, Vg; 9 ¼” narrow block plane w/ date 1892 on tail, G Sold For 35.00
  405. Assembled graduated set of 5 – Coe’s Patent adjustable/”Monkey” wrenches, G-Vg Sold For 40.00
  406. 2 – Handsaws: Boston Saw Co. 22”-11pt. w/ boxwood handle, G+’; Disston #7-26” marked “Property of P.R.R. Co.”, G Sold For 50.00
  407. Left hand “Goosewing” bearded hewing axe, initialed w/ embossed letters I.L.. The axe has a tapered socket, flared tip, raised curb weld (damage repaired) 14” edge & added butt plate, G+-Vg Sold For 90.00
  408. 2 -  Handsaws: Geo. Bishop & Co., pat. 1-9-1906, 20” reversible back saw, Vg; Enterprise, 25 ½”-8pt. combination handsaw, missing original square handle, G. Sold For 40.00
  409. Edwin Hahn, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. #9-C bench jointer, G+ Sold For 75.00
  410. 3 – Lg. wooden planes: C. Blackburn (un-recognized maker) bridge builder’s rabbet, 1 ¼” X 20”, Vg; Stanley R&L #29 transitional jointer, G+; Ulma, Ott, 19” wooden plank jointer, Vg Sold For 30.00
  411. 2 – Stanley Bailey #40 scrub planes: 1st post WWII era w/ rosewood handle & high knob, Vg; 2nd earlier model w/ embossed screw on blade cap, repaired handle crack, G. Sold For 90.00
  412. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, w/.V-strike circan1912-20: #6 fore plane rosewood handle & high knob, Vg; #5 jack w/ low rosewood knob, G (chip from ear of tote) Sold For 85.00
  413. 3 – Stanley Bailey, post WWII era bench planes w/ rosewood handles & knobs: #3 smoother G+; 2 - #4 smoother jacks, Vg. Sold For 170.00
  414. Stanley Bailey #2 small bench jack, Vg Sold For 55.00
  415. 3 – Stanley Bailey planes: “sweetheart” #5 bench jack, repaired handle, G; un-numbered # 5 ¼-11” bench jack, G; # 9 ¼ block, Vg Sold For 55.00
  416. 5 – Stanley planes: #190 improved rabbet, Vg; #191 improved rabbet, Vg; #192 improved rabbet, G+; #110 block, chipped palm guard; R&L #110 w/ star cap, G. Sold For 55.00
  417. Siegley’s Patent, combination plane, designed by Jacob Siegley, Wilkes-Barre, G. (missing blades & has replaced fence) Sold For 45.00
  418. 5 – Planes: 2 – Craftsman rabbet/fillister planes, G-Vg; Tryon’s 7 ¼” block, Vg; Record 6 ¼” block, G+; Firestone, 7” block, Vg. Sold For 45.00
  419. 2 – Stanley Bailey planes: #140 combination rabbet/block w/ nickel plated cap & detachable rail, G; early #4 bench jack w/ struck L. Bailey’s Patent chip guard, G Sold For 110.00
  420. 2 – Bench jack planes: Siegley (Wilkes-Barre) #4-C bench smoother jack, G+; Stanley Gage #5-C bench jack, w/ rosewood handle & knob, Vg Sold For 70.00
  421. 3 – Various planes: Stanley Bedrock “sweetheart” #605 bench jack w/ square shoulders, small hairline crack on left rail close to throat; Stanley #60 ½ P, low angle block, Vg; Fulton, 14” bench fore plane, G Sold For 25.00
  422. 2 – Measuring devices: Chesterman, Sheffield surveyor’s chain w/ brass tags & swivel handles on iron link chain, G; Lufkin #14 advertising zig-zag 3ft. rule, Vg Sold For 80.00
  423. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: brass & iron trammel point set w/ 2” points for 3/8” X ¾” rail, G; Dietzgen 10oz. brass plumb bob w/ steel tip & brass screw cap; unsigned 6oz. brass plumb bob w/ steel tip, G+; 2 – micrometers Sold For 25.00
  424. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ canvas roll of  21 cutters, Vg Sold For 130.00
  425. 3 – Stanley improved rabbet planes, Vg.: #190; #191; #192 Sold For 60.00
  426. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ “sweetheart” era boxed 21 pc. cutter set, Vg Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  427. Stanley #2 small bench jack w/ embossed lever cap, rosewood handle & high knob, post WWII era, restored pitting on rail, G. Sold For 150.00
  428. 3 – Stanley planes: #78 rabbet/fillister, complete Vg; 2 - #192 improved rabbet planes, Vg Sold For 50.00
  429. Stanley Bailey #7 bench jointer w/ pat. 4-19-1892 on iron. The place is restored & repainted deck, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  430. 2 – Lg. Bench planes: Union, pat. 12-8-1903, #5A-C, G+; Stanley Bailey (made in England) #6 fore plane w/ heavy cast frame, G+ Sold For 80.00
  431. Stanley #45 combination molding plane w/ two wooden racks 16 irons & 1918 booklet, G+-Vg Sold For 85.00
  432. Record combination molding plane w/ canvas roll of #45 molding plane iron, G+ Sold For 60.00
  433. Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #101 small block, Vg; Stanley “Everlast” wood chisel, G+; curved heel shave, G; Heller Bros. nail pincers, Vg; patent 11-19-101 “What’s it” tool; etc. Sold For 35.00
  434. 3 – T-handle drilling devices: Sembur (embossed strike) reamer, ex-Beitler collection, G+; B. Pugh, twist bit auger, G+; unsigned screw topped twist bit, G Sold For 7.50
  435. 3 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: G. Worly, embossed strike (*Tannehill attributed to York Co.)G; 2 – S. Hamilton (*?), F-G Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 40.00
  436. 2 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: S. Christ (Kutztown region), Vg; J. Higby (*?) G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 25.00
  437. 2 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: W. M-Gaughey (*attributed to William McGaughey, York Co., Pa. Known as “Old Bill” 1762-1829, Wheelwright/blacksmith that served in Continental Army during Revolutionary war.), embossed strike & handle initialed B.P.D., Vg; I.R. (possibly Isaac Ressler, Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., mid-1800’s), G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 110.00
  438. 2 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: I. Scholb (*?), Vg.; S. Moderwel (embossed strike,*?), G. poor handle Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 15.00
  439. 2 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: David-Gill (embossed strike. Attributed to David Gill, Phoenixville area , Chester Co.), w/ nice turned hardwood handle, Vg; I. Altstat (embossed strike. Attributed to John or Johannes Aldtstat early settling family of Berks Co. Martin Altstat is a noted blacksmith, pre-1800), G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  440. 2 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: M. Aldend (*?), G.; H. Long (embossed strike, attributed Henry Long, 1796, Drumore Twp., Lancaster Co.), F. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 35.00
  441. 3 – Signed reaping hooks/sickles: Smith (*??-Tannehill note – found at Kilkuski’s Tobacco Barn Antiques), G; J. Muselman (*? Found in Hatfield, possible Jacob Musselman, 1800, working in Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co.), G.; F. Boyer (attributed to Boyertown area), P. Additional Photo: 1; 2; 3 Sold For 45.00
  442. C. Hammond, Phila. right hand side broad axe, 11” edge w/ upper & lower lugs, Vg. Sold For 60.00
  443. Early side broad axe w/ double strike, F-G.: makers embossed strike illegible, & second strike J. Clunk (*attributed to Joseph Clunk, mid-1800’s, working in Adams Co., Pa.) center socket form w/ even flared 11 ¼” edge, upper & lower socket, heavy pitting F Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 80.00
  444. Double struck felling axe: maker attributed to G. Miller (George, working in Warwick Twp. 1777,) & embossed strike of. W. Addams (above noted). The axe has primitive form w/ a heavy butt plate & lower lug, G+ Sold For 130.00
  445. Double struck carpenter’s adze w/ full square poll, Vg.: attributed maker A. Kinsey (Abel, working in 1808, in Little Britain Twp., Lancaster Co.), and 2nd strike when re-edge W. Rote (William, is noted in History of Lancaster Co. as working in New Danville area, Lancaster Co.). The adze has extended/long bill, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 90.00
  446. Double struck broad flared felling axe: maker attributed to H.H. Mellinger (Henry H. Washington Boro, Lancaster Co.), & 2nd strike on both cheeks Fagoley (* Tannehill note attributes to Nicholas or Samuel Fegley, 1830 census). The axe has lower lug and shows extensive chopping onto soft iron cheeks, G. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 35.00
  447. 2 – Carpenter’s adzes, signed Dunlop & Madeira (early Franklin Co. tool mfg. firm): 1st has extended rectangular poll & strike is on cheek of poll, G.; 2nd has notched extended rectangular poll & strike is on bill of blade, Vg. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 65.00
  448. Broad squaring axe, signed J. Moyer (attributed to Jacob Moyer, Chester Co., working early 1800’s), F+. The axe has shallow upper & lower lugs. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 120.00
  449. 3 – T-handle augers (*Tannehill note attributes to George Shutter, York, Pa.), G Sold For 30.00
  450. Rare, pr. clapboard slicks w/ hoop handles signed, Dubs (attributed to John Dubbs, working in Dauphin Co., around 1900). The unusual slicks have crown edge 3/8”x 2” X 14” shank. Tannehill note* Ex-Beitler collection Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 350.00
  451.  2 – Signed, clipping/lopping hand axes: 1st. (?) knife edge broad hatchet w/ arch upper & pointed lower lug, F+; Steinman & Co. (Lancaster City Hardware Co.) side hewing hatchet w/ upper & lower lugs, G. Additional Photo: 1; 2 Sold For 50.00
  452. Signed posthole mortise axe, J.W. Reed (*Tannehill research- Stouchsburg area, Berks Co.) narrow edge w/ extended butt plate & lower lug, Vg. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 60.00
  453. 2 – Signed hand wrought knife edge tools: 1st., signed J. Barrick (attributed to Jacob Barrick, blacksmith in 1830, in Virginia) Tanner’s unhairing knife w/ two wooden handles, G.; 2nd relic block knife w/ curved edge, illegible mark, P. Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 10.00
  454. Double-signed posthole mortise axe w/ narrow edge & extended butt plate, G.: 1st attributed maker W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.); 2nd strike embossed strike G. Miller (George Miller (1804-1883), Edge Tool Maker and Blacksmith, Brecknock Twp., Berks Co., working -1850-1870) Additional Photo: 1 Sold For 65.00
  455. 18th Century, wheelwright’s hub reamer, relic. Early form w/ illegible embossed strikes. Sold For 75.00
  456. 3 – “What’s it” tools: Atkins & Co., pat. 5-12-1908, bench mounted saw set/punch, G+; Malleable Iron Fittings Co. “Perfect Nut Cracker”, model #28, G; American Tool Co., Pawtucket, R.I. bench mounted lever vise, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  457. 4 – Tools: Jar lid wrench w/ wooden screw handle, Vg; unknown maker angled screwdriver w/ ball-joint angle, Vg; Ken-Tool #G-16 combination tool/wrench, Vg; H. Mc C. & D., Chicago “What’s it???” tool Sold For 55.00
  458. 3 – Tools: 2 – Wall mounted shoe shine brackets: 1st. Coulter Mfg., Phila., “Coulter Junior” w/ wall bracket, missing shoe last head; 2nd unsigned Coulter type w/ shoe last head, missing wall bracket; small bench top vise w/ small anvil, G Sold For 5.00
  459. 3 – Small cherry wood levels: Chas. Smith & Co., NY., 12”, Vg; Stanley “sweetheart” #3-18”, Vg; Stanley #104-12”, G+ Sold For 12.50
  460. Stanley #38G-24” iron level w/ safety covers on vials, Vg Sold For 20.00
  461. 2 – Stanley 24” aluminum levels: “sweetheart” #237 w/ safety covers on vials, Vg; #313 w/ glass lenses, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  462. Cyclone 16” push-bar hedge trimmer, Vg. Sold For 7.50
  463. 2 – Iron hog leads: 1st Dr. Rinehart “Handy Hog Holder” pat. 11-24-1831, G.; 2nd unsigned, similar type tool, Vg. Sold For 70.00
  464. 4 – Unrelated tools: Robert Sorby, cooper’s chamfer knife, pitting F.; saw dresser’s ball head mallet, G; Jackson #5 kitchen saw, G; Crescent Tool Co. 4” patented T-handle combination screwdriver, Vg Sold For 35.00
  465. 4 – Various saws: F.F. Adams & Co., pat. 1-9-1877, straw knife w/ half-moon edge, G.; S.H. Co. 9” iron back hack saw, G+; E.C. Atkins, “U.S.Q.M.C.” military butcher’s saw, Vg; unsigned lock-back pruning saw, Vg Sold For 20.00
  466. 4 – Adjustable wrenches: Trimo 15”, Vg; 18” “Auto”, Vg; Craft 14”, pat. Nov. 1907 w/ spring operated wheel pipe wrench, Vg; Excel patented socket head adjustable, G+ Sold For 55.00
  467. 10 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: 2 – Eifel pliers/wrenches, G. & Vg; Cellman Wrench Corp. #121-12”, G+; 2 – slide-jaw alligator jaw wrenches, G. & Vg; Pick-up socket head wrench, G.; etc. Sold For 120.00
  468. 13 – Assorted combination/implement wrenches: B&H #1371; MECO #1 tank wrench; #F239; IH #116H; etc. Sold For 20.00
  469. 3 – Early iron frame braces: 10” w/ spring lever chuck & iron cap, G+; 8” push-button chuck w/ brass cased push button assembly & rosewood knurl, G+; 10” wedge jaw chuck, w/ wooden knurl, parts missing Sold For 35.00
  470. 3 – Drilling devices: 2 – Fray’s patent: 1st #117-18” sweep w/ thumbscrew chuck, G+-Vg; #114-14” G; Stanley #59 doweling jig w/ slide-over box, vg Sold For 140.00
  471. Tray lot drilling devices: Irwin 13pc. auger bit set in mahogany case, Vg; Stanley “Bell Systems” #2101A-8”brace Vg. Sold For 120.00
  472. 4 – Lg. adjustable wrenches: Bemis & Call, 18” monkey, G+; Pexto “NYCRR” 18” solid steel handle, G+; Universal Metal Products, 15” Auto, Vg; Eagle Claw Wrench Co. 13” pat. 2-6-1912, parrot jaw pliers, Vg Sold For 20.00
  473. Garante, European 24” handled plank style jointer, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  474. E. Nutting, 25 ½” handled plank style jointer, G+ Sold For 22.50
  475. Bensen & Crannell, Albany, NY. panel raiser plane w/ Providence Tool Co. skew iron & sole mounted adjustable fence, Vg. Sold For 75.00
  476. 2 – Edge tools: screw arm “Witchet” rounder plane, Vg. unsigned 15 ½” Cherry wood skew rabbet plane, Vg Sold For 60.00
  477. 4 – Wooden molding planes: Sandusky Tool Co., #123 screw arm plow plane, G. cracked arm; 9” handled block plane, initialed P.H.R., G (handle crack); late chamfer edge dovetail plane w/ sole mount metal fence, unknown maker, G+; Greenfield Tool Co. narrow tongue plane, Vg. Sold For 40.00
  478. 2 – Hand crank drill presses: unsigned Greenfield (?) pipe drilling press w/ press lever on square shaft, G+; Unknown maker, “Pat. Applied For” bar frame drill w/ dial wheel press, Vg. Sold For 30.00
  479. 5 – Various tools: Stanley “Yankee” #45 push drill w/ original box, G+; Farrier’s lever operated nippers, G+; 3 – various metal shears: Bartlett Mfg. Co. #1201 dbl. hinge, Vg; Kircheis, Gusstahl, angled, Vg.; other unsigned, Vg. Sold For 50.00
  480. 9 – Assorted saw sets, various makers & patent models, Vg Sold For 35.00
  481. 5 – Assorted adjustable wrenches: Trimo, pat. 12-19-11, 8”, Vg; Keystone Mfg. “Westcott” #28-12”, Vg; Robinson 10”, Vg; “Any Angle” 8 ½”, F; Boos Tool Corp. screw handle, G+ Sold For 35.00
  482. 2 – Lg. drilling tools: Buffalo Forge Co. #50 wall mounted hand crank drill press w/ belt fly wheel, G.; altered Millers Falls breast drill w/ extendable shaft Sold For 50.00
  483. 6 – Assorted Stanley drilling devices: 2 - #59 doweling jigs, G+-Vg; 2 - #2101A-8” braces, G+; “Handyman” #H1220A hand drill, G+; 14” hand drill, G. Sold For 35.00
  484. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “Victory” #7 jointer, replaced knob & cracked handle, G; early R&L #7-C jointer w/ L. Bailey’s Patent marked chip guard, arch strike circa 1902-10, handle crack, G Sold For 70.00
  485. 4 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, G.: #5 ¼ “Modern” strike on iron, 2 - #5 (1 – War model w/ Teflon knob); #4 smooth Sold For 75.00
  486. 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: #6 fore, rosewood knob & handle, G+-Vg; #7-C jointer, handle ear chip & replaced knob, G+ Sold For 75.00
  487. 3 – Stanley #45 combination molding plane parts. Older floral cast frames w/ fences, missing irons & parts Sold For 40.00
  488. 3 – Stanley Bailey: bench planes#3-C, P-F; #4-C handle & knob damage, G; late, #5 ¼ “Junior” jack w/ maroon paint, Vg. Sold For 55.00
  489. Tray lot assorted tools: B.F. Segmide, #5  jeweler’s bench vise w/ shield threads & dbl. horn small anvil, G; Jeweler’s 3oz. rivet hammer, G+; A.J. Wilkinson & Co. (on brass tool tag) bench top saw vise w/ mounted file holder, Vg Sold For 45.00
  490. Stanley R&L #25-28” brass capped mahogany level, Vg Sold For 10.00
  491. M.W. Robinson Co., Davis Patent, 24” “Victorian” lattice work iron level, G Sold For 70.00
  492. Tray lot drilling devices: Millers Falls #118 breast drill, Vg; 2 – canvas rolled auger bit sets (1 – Russell Jennings roll w/ bits), G-Vg Sold For 35.00
  493. 2 – Stanley R&L transitional bench planes: late #37 “Jenny” smooth jack, Vg; #32 jointer w/ shielded eagle strike, G+ Sold For 95.00
  494. 4 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned, 22” raise handle hardwood jointer plane, G (handle repair); repaired compass block, F; 9” block, early plug repair to crack; Bailey #35 transitional jack, G. Sold For 30.00
  495. 11 – Wooden  molding planes, various makers & types, G.: 1 – center bead; 4 – side beads; 1 – quarter round; 3 – round; 1 – hollow; 1 – V-groove Sold For 35.00
  496. 2 – Stanley #45 combination molding planes, frames & fences only (later casting, missing molding irons) Sold For 45.00
  497. 4 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: 2 - #3 jack planes: 1st “sweetheart” w/ embossed lever cap, G-G+; 2nd late series w/ “Modern” mad in Sweden struck iron, Vg; 2 - #4 jack planes: 1st post WWII, #4-C w/ rosewood handle & high knob, G+; early #4 smooth w/ pat. dated iron, rosewood handle & low knob, Vg. Sold For 110.00
  498. 2 – English small planes: Record #43 small plow plane w/ fence, G+; Stanley #79 dbl. side rabbet, Vg. in original box Sold For 60.00
  499. 7 – Assorted “Yankee” type screwdrivers, various makers, models (some foreign makers), G-Vg. Sold For 15.00
  500. Tray lot drilling devices: North Bros. “Yankee” #555A. ratchet breast drill, Vg; 2 – plastic rolls of auger bits: Sargent & others Sold For 40.00
  501. 8 – Assorted firmer & bench chisels, G-Vg. Makers include Stanley; James Swan; Craftsman; Witherby, etc. Sold For 95.00
  502. Assembled 8pc. G.I. Mix socket handle firmer chisels w/ Mix chisel box that has orange interior label G. Sold For 160.00
  503. Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Tryon 7” try square, Vg; pr. Stanley trammel point set (1-point missing); Starrett dial micrometer in original slide-lid box, Vg; etc. Sold For 40.00
  504. 3 – Steel backsaws: Henry Disston & Sons 16” mitre saw, Vg; 2 – Sheffield: Fitzwilliam, 14” mitre w/ brass split-nuts, G (edge needs help); (?) 14” tenon w/ brass split-nuts, handle crack Sold For 65.00
  505. 2 – Disston & Sons #D-23 handsaws: 24”-10pt., G+; “lightweight” 26”-5 1/2pt. G+ Sold For 10.00
  506. Roberts & Co.  side broad axe w/ 10 ¼” edge, upper & lower lugs, G+ Sold For 65.00
  507. W.T. & T.V. Gendar, New York, 36” dip measuring stick, ivory inlay, G. Sold For 110.00
  508. 2 – Steel back saws: Disston & Sons, 12” mitre, F+.; John Sanderson 14” w/ brass split-nuts, F. Sold For 30.00
  509. 3 – Metal bench planes: Stanley Bailey: #8-C jointer, F+-G; #5-C jack, hole in tail, F+-G; Keen Kutter #K6-C fore w/ Stanley parts, G+-Vg Sold For 75.00
  510. Tray lot assorted drilling type tools: Brass inlayed brace w/ patented push-button chuck, missing original knurl, F; Whitmore reversible spiral screwdriver, G; Craftsman push-drill: 2 – auger bit sets (1 – w/ canvas roll) Sold For 75.00

 

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Catalog Reference Codes

E

Excellent condition

Nearly new condition with original finish and no noted damage.

VG

Very Good condition

Small cracks in wooden parts, no repairs.  Has minor loss to original finish. Ideal for collector’s or display purpose.

G

Good condition

Minor cracks in wood parts, repairs may be needed for use, has substantial paint or finish loss. Minor rust damage on iron planes & tools.  Ideal for users or those wishing to refurbish for collection. 

F

Fair condition

Substantial cracks to wooden or metal parts.  Most parts still intact, but may have had substantial repair or replaced parts.  Major rust damage.  Needs attention or repair prior to use. Good for parts.

P

Poor condition

Major damage or altered pieces. Has deep pitted rusting to iron & metal pieces.  Good for parts use only, or major repair work.

 

Cataloger’s note: This list is a guide that contains our description of each piece.  We used several tool references, guides and years of experience handling these tools to create these descriptions.  However, many pieces are hand wrought for a particular purpose and no reference to their use exists.

Rarity” is a very difficult attribute to determine, but we considered how often these pieces have come across our auction block in the past several years to make that distinction.  This may not always be in agreement with all price or collector guides.

The conditional reference was done in a fashion that we felt described the quality or condition of each piece.  Please refer to the chart above.

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