Summer Tool Sale
Saturday August 13, 2022, at 9:00 AM
Preview – Friday, August 12, 2022
1:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, located at the corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd.
(approx. 2 ½ miles west of Ephrata), Ephrata, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Tools – Over 600 Lots of Antique Tools – In Main Auction Hall
Outstanding collection of hand wrought tools, many signed by Central Pennsylvania makers
Edge Tools: Axes, Hatchets & Adze – 6 – Various “Goosewing” axes; Hewing, Broad, Plumb “Champion” & other embossed Felling, double & single poll Mortise & Posthole axes, 2 – Framer’s mortise twibils; Camping & trail marking hatchets; Carpenter’s & cooper’s adze ; Cooper’s, Wheelwright’s & other drawknives; Siding maker’s Slicks, Paring slicks; firmer, bench, carving & other chisels (several sets); Race knives & other specialty knives; Wooden Molding Planes – Screw arm & wedge arm plow planes; Complex, Joinery, & bench planes; Transitional planes; (several Lancaster Co. makers) Metal Planes: Stanley: #45 & #55 combination molding planes; Bailey #2-#6 bench planes; #13, #20 & #113 circular planes; #57 core box; several #140 skew block plane; Several #130 dbl.-end block planes; #79 & #99 side rabbet; #95 edge trimming block; #49 & #148 T&G joinery planes; #12 ½ scraper; spoke shaves & routers; Measuring devices: Engineer’s “Dumpy” transit/level; Wooden & metal marking gauges; Trammel points; Folding & straight rules; Squares; Wooden & cast iron levels; Calipers; Stanley, Starrett & other precision measuring tools; Chalk lines & line winders; Asian ink-line box; Machinist tool chest; Shop related tools: E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, 90” wooden workbench w/ signed side-vise; adjustable wrenches, combination wrenches, Cooper’s tools: Scorps & shaves; Augers & reamers; Hammers: Millstone & other stone work hammers; wooden mallets; hand wrought & modern claw hammers; carpenters, crate hammer & variety of metalworking hammers; Saws: Ice harvest saws; variety of Disston, Atkins, Keen Kutter & other handsaws; Several Disston “Graphic Series” handsaws (1 – Victory model); Fellow, & other wooden frame saws; Back & dovetail saws; Butchering saws; Drilling tools: Rare, “Lancaster Shop”, Kieffer & Auxer signed wooden bitstock brace; Bench top drill presses; Wooden & metal braces; Right-angle braces; patented breast & hand drills; pump & push drills; Hollow & other Auger bit sets; Lg. to small screwdrivers; Primitives: Keen Kutter oak cased tool set; Set of signed E.K. Duck, East Earl, veneering table clamps; Wagon axe holder & assorted hardware; leather shop tools; Cleavers; Butchering & other farm related tools; 2 – small “Ship’s” wheels; Books: Antique tool references; tool catalogs & trade ephemera
Garage Area: starts at 10:00 A.M. – Antique tool parts, & repair projects: Wooden & metal clamps; carpentry tools; hand saws; Hand drills; Wrenches; Modern & User tools: & hardware
*Note – This is just a partial listing items for these sales. See our website for a more complete listings & photos.
Accepted Payments: Cash, PA checks, credit cards, and debit cards. No out of state checks without prior approval. 3% Auction House fee will be added to all invoices and will be discounted to 0% when payment is made with cash or approved check.
12 – Hand planes: Gage Tool Co., Vineland, NJ. #2-9 1/4” transitional bench plane, G+ w/ owner’s initials on handle; Consolidated Tool Works, NY (1890-1920) dbl.-end block plane, cracked rail (otherwise Vg), refinished
2Asian traditional ink-line box w/ hardwood carved frame, resin cast string-wheel & small iron crank, Vg
3Stanley Bailey, England, #6 bench fore plane, heavy cast deck w/ raised brace center brace rails, Vg+
5Tray lot assorted drilling devices: Millers Falls #5 hand drill w/ bits in wooden storage handle, G+-VG; Dunlap 10” ratchet brace, G+-VG; 13pc. assembled set of auger bits in canvas roll, G+-Vg
6Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – Stanley block planes: #9 1/4, G-G+; England, #G12-102, Vg; 5 – assorted T-handle snail tip gimlets; Goodell Bros., pat. 7-22-1890, & 11-17-1891, spiral screwdriver, G; carpet layer’s hammer w/ flared octagon poll, G
7Tray lot assorted drilling devices: wooden Shipwright’s bit-stock brace w/ wooden bit housing & original turned knurl, G+; graduated set of 5 – early center-bits, Vg; assembled group of 6 – various early form bits, G+-Vg
8Tray lot assorted tools: 3 – various gouge carving chisels, G; 4 – assorted bearing or burnishing tools, F-G; wooden foundry forming tamper w/ round & tapered wedge heads, Vg
10Assembled graduated set of 8 – wooden side-bead molding planes, various makers, G-Vg. Makers include: Sandusky; Lamb & Brownell, New Bedford; Edward Carter, Troy, NY; N. Spaulding & Co.; L.& T. White, Buffalo; T.J. McMaster
116 – Assorted wooden hollow or round wooden molding planes, G-Vg. Makers include: J. Colton, Philadelphia; Darbey; A. Mathieson & Son, Glasgow & Edinburgh; etc.
123 – Various handled smoothing planes: Thos. Appleton, 16” bench fore plane, G; Stanley Bailey #26 transitional bench fore plane, G; A. Howell & Co. NY. 10” handled block, secondary mounted sole plate, G
134 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned 8 5/8” hardwood block plane, Vg; Cayuga, NY 7” block, G; Union Factory, H. Chapin, 9 1/2” X 1 5/8” rabbet, refinished, G+; A. Howland, NY, #187 rabbet, G+
142 – Wooden raise-handle jointer planes: unsigned 20 3/4” w/ Baldwin Tool Co. 2 3/8” iron, restored Vg; E.C. Ring, Ringville, MS. 22”, G
154 – Various wooden molding planes: E.W. Pennell, Phila. 2 1/2” gutter handled gutter plane, owner branded D. Bowers, G; G. W. Dennison, 2 1/4” round, G+; Phoenix Co., Hitchcockville, 1 5/8” round, G+; R.A. Parrish, Phila. 3/8” dado, G
16P. Chapin, Baltimore, lg. 5” wooden “field/panel” raising plane w/ 3 1/2” skew set W. Butcher iron. Plane has adjustable sole fence & side depth-stop fence (replaced knick-knife & wedge), G+-Vg
17Homemade, wooden handled wedge arm panel grooving plane. Plane is signed E. Smith & dated 1848, and has inlaid bone sole runner plates, G-Vg (missing plane iron)
193 – H.B. – Eric Sloane books w/ dust covers, Vg: Sketches of the Past, 1986, publication; America, 1982, publication; The Seasons of America Past, 1988, publication
202 – Tool references: 1st H.B. The Art of Fine Tools, by Sandor Nagyszalanczy; 2nd S.B. Collecting Antique Tools, by H. Kean & E. Pollak
22Tray lot of 6 – References: H.B.: W.L. Goodman British Planemakers from 1700, 1978, 2nd edition, Arnold & Walker; 2 Vol. Set – Tage Frid Teaches Woodworking, 1979 & 1981; S.B.: Dictionary of Woodworking Tools, revised edition, R.A. Salaman; Tool Shed Treasury, 1978-1995, Hank Allen editor
2324” Brass 6 – spoke “Ship’s Wheel” w/ 14” brass frame & lg. turned 5” brass capped wooden grips. Wheel is parts number JMC6-858W, overpainted w/ black paint, G+
262 – Stanley Bedrock bench planes: R&L early model #605 1/2-C, rounded shoulder, fully embossed strike on lever lock, early arch strike circa 1910-12, G+; #605 bench jack square shoulder, restorer lot, G (good handle & knob))
273 – Various hand planes: 2 – variants, Stanley Bailey #5 1/4 “Junior jack” planes: sweetheart” no number on frame, G; & later model, G+-Vg, possible mid-restoration (wood unfinished); late model #60 low angle block w/ blue paint & nickel-plated cap, F-G
28*Restorer Stanley planes lot: pre-1900, #113 adjustable circular/compass plane, extensive rust, but complete; “sweetheart” #5-C bench jack, extensive rust/complete; 2 – “two-tone” block planes
293 – Various hand planes: 2 – Keen Kutter: #K130 dbl.-end block, cracked left rail (great parts); #K5-C bench jack, G (good restorer); Sargent #217 block, Vg
303 – Various Stanley block planes: #140 rabbet block, complete G+; #75 bullnose block, Vg; #130 dbl.-end G+
312 – Stanley Bailey bench fore planes: #6 smooth, early model w/ “sweetheart” blade, G; #6-C, old model, G-G+
333 – Stanley edge tools: #99 left side rabbet (missing depth stop), G+; #79 “two-way” side rabbet, missing fence, G-G+; #67 universal spoke shave, G
372 – Variants: Stanley: #4 1/2 “wide” bench jacks: “sweetheart” smooth bottom, replaced lever jack, & tote F; “sweetheart” corrugated, G+ (good restorer)
39Stanley Bailey #2 smooth small bench jack, as found, V-strike circa 1912-20, complete G (great restoration project)
403 – Various hand planes: Keen Kutter #K4-C bench jack, cracked tote otherwise Vg; Stanley “Four-square” #1120 block, G+; Stanley #192 improved rabbet, missing depth stop, F
413 – Stanley planes: #4-C bench jack, left rail marked HH otherwise Vg; “sweetheart” #5 1/4 “junior jack”, used on painted surface (good cleaning needed); “two-tone” block, G
42Restorer lot: Sargent: #81 dbl.-edge side rabbet, G; #414 bench jack, missing 1-tote screw, G+; “no name” #130 dbl.-end, F-G
433 – Various edge tool/planes: Stanley #95 edge trimming block, G-G+; Stanley (?) dbl.-edge side rabbet, G; Millers Falls (#75 type) bullnose block, Vg
442 – Tools: Belknapp “Bluegrass” #BG47-16oz. claw hammer, Vg+’ Marbles #6 “Safety” hatchet w/ fold-away edge cover, G
453 – Embossed Keen Kutter hatchets: 2 – shingling half hatchets, F& G+; “boys” or belt hatchet, approx. 16oz., Vg
463 – Various Cheney claw hammers, F-G: 20oz (?) adze poll “framer’s”; 2 – variants 16oz. w/ ball-bearing nail holder
482 – Plumb hatchets: “Fayette Plumb” anchor strike, “left hand” hewing hatchet, G+; “Genuine” “Boy Scout”, Rockaway model, restored, Vg
503 – Specialty tools: unsigned, hand wrought Orchard grower’s grafting froe w/ wooden grip, Vg; 2 – various commercial made Timberman’s race knives: Marples & Sons, Sheffield, G; Wm. Greaves & Son, “Sheafworks”, G
513 – Various early hatchets: J.B. Stohler X-brand (John B., Schaefferstown, Pa.) kitchen hand axe, G; 2 – Beatty & Son: small kitchen axe, G; “left hand” full hewing hatchet, G
523 – Hatchets: Plumb, 20oz. full hatchet, G; 2 – Fulton Tool: 18oz. “left hand” hewing hatchet, Vg; shingling half hatchet, g.
53Tray of drilling tools: Wooden brace w/ Slater, brass “push-button” chuck & brass inlay bracing, cracked frame, G; 13pc. Jennings auger bits set in canvas roll, Vg (roll F)
54Tray assorted tools & primitives: hand crank, bench mounted honing wheel, patent Dec. 14, 1886, G; Pr. U.S. Club #28 shoe-mount skates, G+; Shakespeare “Jupiter” #2213 reel, F-G; cast iron bill holder, pat. 10-13-03, Vg; brass front spring scales, G
554 – Measuring devices: 2 – wooden marking gauges: Disston & Sons, rosewood mortise, G; unsigned, Stamm (?) slitting gauge, F-G; 2 – various string winders (1 – w/ bentwood hoop-top carriage), G
56Tray assorted drilling tools: Merit 10” ratchet brace, Vg; 2 – canvassed rolled auger bit set, G (1 – Jennings)
57Assembled group of 10 – various firmer & bench chisels (most socket handled), G-Vg. Makers include: Stanley; Winchester trademark; Greaves & Sons. Buck Bros.; etc.
58Tray lot: hickory “firmer/joiner’s” ring braced round mallet, G+; 6 – assorted firmer chisels (need help), various makers
594 – Assorted measuring devices: 2 – Marking gauges: Disston #89 1/2 boxwood mortise, Vg; Disston & Morss (?) rosewood & brass mortise, owner name embellished, G+; 2 – string winders (1 – bentwood hoop top carriage), G
605 – Various transitional bench planes, G-G+: Gage, Vineland, #4; Winchester trademark #17A (?); Stanley: #29 jointer; #26 fore; “liberty bell” capped block
61Tray lot assorted tools: Craftsman “clear case” push drill, Vg; Stanley: #04-059 doweling jig, NIB; 3 – various “Yankee” spiral screwdrivers, Vg
623 – Early wooden measuring devices: 2 – various models- J. Stamm, Mt. Joy, Pa. marking gauges, F-Vg (1 – cut-down); string winder w/ mortise & tenon constructed bent-hoop carriage, G+
63Rare, Keen Kutter oak cased tool set w/ brace used as handle, G: oak hinged case w/ claw hammer; block plane, brace, saw, & 2 – chisels
642 – E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, Pa. patented double-wedge bench planes w/ same owner name, G-G+: 16” Fore, repaired tote; 22 3/4” jointer. *note – both have nose marked owner strikes & dings to nose
653 – Fairly rare, wooden molding planes: H. Niles (Hezekiah Niles, worked 1764, in Philadelphia), handled 1 1/2” Grecian ogee, G. (4-star rated rarity); E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, block w/ steel face sole, F. varnished; Stamm, Mt. Joy, block, screw repair near nose, G
66Tray assorted tools: 5 – assorted Stanley carpenter’s chisels w/ neoprene handles, F-G+; 2 – various combination tool handles w/ parts, G-Vg; Federal #3 screwdriver, G
674 – Assorted Philadelphia wooden molding planes, various cuts, F-G. Makers: Parrish; John Bell; T. Poh(???)hey & Son
684 – Lancaster Co. wooden molding planes: E.W. Carpenter: ovolo w/ bevel, F+; 1/4” bead, Vg; grooving plane, G; D. Heiss (Dietrich Heiss, 1769-82, & 1786-1814) quarter-round, Vg;
692 – Lg. wooden bench jointers: unsigned odd 3-ply 23” handled jointer, G (delaminating); signed (?) 30” w/ odd peg fore-grip, G
704 – Assorted scrapers or shaves: Stanley: #80 box scraper, Vg; 2 - #82 adjustable, G-Vg (1-early model); Starrett, “Universal”, Vg
713 – Drawknives: G. Hewes (George Hewes, Peach Bottom, Lancaster Co.) 9 3/4” G; unsigned, 4 1/2”, Vg; Brady (late era, Mt. Joy) 9 1/2” sag-back, G
723 – Various drawknives: Hargraves (?) 2 1/2” cooper’s head shave, G; Oak Leaf, 8” fold-in “safety handle”, G; James Swan, 8” “safety handle”, replaced bolts
732 – Lancaster Co., hand wrought drawknives: Brady (possibly strike of David Brady, earlier generation) 10” stop-chamfer, G+; J. Shertz, Lancaster (John Shertz, Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century)
75Fine, Wm. Brady & Son (Lancaster or Mt. Joy, Pa.) 2 1/2” socket handle slick w/ walnut turned knob-handle, Vg
76Rare form, H.H. Stricker (Henry H. Stricker, Reinholds Station & Vinemont, Lancaster & Berks Co.) Rockaway pattern felling axe, nice form that not typical for Stricker
78Rare, J. Shonk (attributed to John Shonk, Mastersonville & Mt. Joy) center-poll posthole mortise axe, G
80Early C. Silvius (Conrad Silvius, 1850’s , Lancaster City) 9” off-set side axe, G. Possible earlier maker & re-edged by Silvius
83Dbl.-struck Lancaster Co., broad axe, Vg. Axe was made by G. Hewes (George Hewes, Peach Bottom area) & re-edged by J. Shertz (John Shertz, Mastersonville)
85Dbl.-struck early side broad axe “right hand” w/ 10 1/4” edge, Vg. Marks: 1st Thomas (embossed, unknown Possibly James Thomas, who worked in 1817 in Lancaster Boro) 2nd re-edged by G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, working 1841, N. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa.)
87Dbl.-struck carpenter’s square poll adze, Vg: C. Silvius (Conrad, working 1857, Lancaster City); J. Shertz (John Shertz, Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century)
892 – Felling axes: J.B. Stohler X-brand (John B., Schaefferstown, Pa.), G.; H.H. Stricker (Henry H. Stricker, Reinholds Station & Vinemont, Lancaster & Berks Co.) Rockaway pattern, Vg
912 – Lancaster Co. hand wrought butcher cleavers, G-Vg: Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.) sag back; Brady (William, Lancaster or Mt. Joy.) 7”
934 – Shingling half hatchets: 2 – Keen Kutter (embossed strike), G-G+; Kelly “Vanadium”, shield strike, G+; Estwing (?) leather grip, F-G
943 – Edge tools: C. Silvius (Conrad Silvius, mid-19th century, Lancaster City), cooper’s adze, Vg; unsigned, full lathing hatchet, new handle, G; Wm. Brady (William, Mt. Joy or Lancaster City) 8 1/2” stop chamfer drawknife, G+-Vg
95“Eagle Strike” Wm. Beatty & Son, Media, butcher’s 9 3/4”: butcher’s cleaver, (shielded Eagle strike was used 1861-1872), Vg
964 – Various Plumb hatchets, F-G: 2 – Fayette Plumb, “Anchor Brand” broad hatchet “New England” pattern; right hand hewing hatchet, chipped butt edge; shingling half hatchet; late shingling/rock-lathe hatchet,
97Group of millstone picks: matched set Brady, Lancaster w/ 2 – pick heads & screw-tight pick handle, G+; 2 – unsigned picks (1 – w/ handle)
983 – Various, Beatty family butcher’s cleavers: Beatty Edge Tool Co. #2-9”, G+; 2 – W. Beatty & Son w/ Steer strike: #00-6 1/2”, restored tip; #2G-6 1/4”, Vg
992 – Lancaster Co. hand wrought drawknives: Wm. Brady (above noted) 9 1/4” head shave, G+; G. Sener 7 1/2” head shave, (Gottlieb Sener, working 1841, N. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa.), G+
100J.L. Williams (James L. Williams, Philadelphia Tool maker, circa 1839-1861) 12” mask makers drawknife, G+-VG
1013 – Various drawknives, G. Makers include: J. Beatty (light strike); W. Butcher, 9” Wm. Brady, 8”
1025 – General Mfg. Co., Lancaster, pat. 7-4-16, “Bowman” aluminum-alloy cast handled bread saws, G-Vg
103Unknown set of hand wrought lock-down nuts (??) signed; E. Duck (Emanuel Duck, working in Earl Twp., near Brownstown, Pa., circa 1850). The set has wedge-top “Lock-down” threaded bolts w/ large ram’s horn nuts. Use is unknown.
1045 – Assorted primitive tools: 2 – various hand wrought “Dengelstock”/field scythe or sickle anvils, G; 2 – unsigned millstone picks, G. Disston & Bro., Phila. combination saw-knife, G
105Tray lot assorted hand wrought tools: B. Swiley (attributed to Benjamin Swiley/Swilley, working 1850 in Ephrata Twp., Lancaster Co.) trammel point/compass w/ slide-bar upper & threaded screw lower. The pin bars have raised strike-point for use w/ hammer. Possibly used as drift pins on furniture joinery (??); rough crafted orchard man’s grafting froe, G; pr. of boot crampons, G
106Hand wrought D-handled barking peeling slick w/ 4” edge on arched flattened area that is spear mounted to octagon shaft, G
107Rare, B. Swiley (attributed to Benjamin Swiley/Swilley, working 1850 in Ephrata Twp., Lancaster Co.) boxing/posthole axe, G
1102 – Early English handsaws: Hague, Glegg & Barton, Sheffield 26” panel saw w/ flat-head brass split-nuts, G+; W. Butcher, Sheffield, 24” riveted fasteners, F
111Rare, Henry Disston & Son (approximately 1yr.), Phila. #7-27 1/2”-5pt. w/ brass split-nuts & assayer scale button G+
1122 – Early, Henry Disston, Phila. handsaws: 24 3/4”10pt. (arch strike) w/ brass split-nuts & “Shielded Eagle” grasping arrows & peace balm, G+-Vg; 25 3/4” (Serpentine strike) w/ brass split-nuts & “Shielded Eagle” grasping arrows w/ head raised, G+
1133 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: #16-26”-9pt. w/ boxwood handle, G+; #D23-26”-8pt., G.; 26” w/ rosewood handle, F-G
1142 – Early, Henry Disston, arch strike handsaws w/ “Eagle” button: 26” w/ brass split-nuts , G; 26” w/ brass split-nuts, G+
1152 – Simmons, Keen Kutter handsaws: early strike, 20”-12 pt., refinished; late strike, 20”9pt. Sway-back
1172 – Handsaws: Sandvik 1711, #277 9T/10P w/ sea dragon impressed on handle, Vg; E.C. Atkins 26 1/4”-5 1/2” w/ floral carved fruitwood handle, G-G+
1182 – Spear & Jackson, Sheffield, handsaws: 20”-11pt. w/ brass split-nuts, cracked handle, G+; 28 1/2”-4 1/2pt. nib back w/ raised lugs, G+
1192 – Henry Disston, Phila. backsaws: 10” brass back w/ “Eagles & Arch” strike , brass split-nuts & “Shielded Eagle” button on closed handle (1 – crack), G+-Vg; 10” steel back w/ “Eagles & arch” strike, brass split-nuts on open grip handle (some cracks), F-G
1203 –Modern backsaws, Vg.: Durall Precision Tools, West Germany, 12” steel back; Japan 10” dovetail w/ turned handle; Spear & Jackson “Cockerill” w/ running chicken #22-12”
121Tray lot of drilling devices: John Fray & Co. 10” rosewood handled “Spofford” split-jaw brace, G+; Stanley-Jennings #32 1/2 auger bit set in 3-tier wooden case, G+
1222 – Stanley “specialty block” planes: early R&L model #140 rabbet-block w/ 5-hole adjuster wheel, Vg; #95 edge trimming block, Vg:
1232 – Drilling devices: uncommon, Grand Rapids Sash Pulley Co. 3-bit sash plunge mortise cutter, Vg; A.A. Woods & Co. adjustable hollow auger, G.
124Tray lot drilling devices: Stanley #923-12” ratchet-brace, G+; partial set - Irwin Auger Bit Co., Wilmington, OH. auger bit set in 2-tier wooden case, G+
1252 – Hand routers: Millers Falls #77, w/ sole mount fence & extra bits, G+; Stanley #71, missing depth stop, otherwise, G+
1273 – Various braces: wooden brace w/ brass knurl, P-F; unknown maker 12” “Scotch” brace, G; Fray & Co. #114-14” “Spofford” split-jaw brace, G
128Lg. tray assorted brace bits: partial James Swan in wood case, F; adjustable gasket cutter; Craftsman complete set of 9-bits in slide-over case, G; 5 pc. Graduated socket/nut drivers; etc.
130Tray lot assorted modern tools: AMT, wooden cased 9pc. carving chisel set, Vg; unknown maker of small brass framed router, Vg
131Tray lot 3 – Various edge tools: Millers Falls #67 router, missing depth adjuster screw, G; Stanley #66 hand beader w/ nickel-plating, G+; Stanley #9 1/4 block plane, blue painted, G+-Vg
1322 – Various bench planes: Keen Kutter #KK 3-C bench jack, G+; Fulton Tool Co. 13 1/2”-C bench jack, G
134Early, Stanley Bailey #5 bench jack w/ arch strike, un-numbered frame, patented L. Bailey chip guard, G+-Vg (light rust)
135*Restorer lot: 3 – Various hand planes, F-G: Stanley Bailey: V-strike #5-C bench jack, owner paint on nose & knob; V-strike #130 dbl.-end block; Sargent VBM #409-C jack, G
1363 – Stanley planes: #3 smooth bench jack, post WWII, G-G+; 2 – Block planes: #220, arch strike, G+; #130 dbl.-end block, pre-1900 arch strike, G+-Vg
137Stanley Bailey #2 small bench jack plane w/ number frame, “L. Bailey patent…” marked chip guard, F+ (cracked tote,
138Stanley “sweetheart” Bailey #8-C bench jointer, G (drilled hanger hole in tail), w/ a little TLC great user
1414 – Assorted measuring devices: 17” winged divider/compass, G; 15” winged divider/compass, G; dbl.-end index caliper, Vg; schoolhouse wooden compass/divider, G
1424 – Various shaves: Jennings & Griffin 4” “Gent’s” shave, Vg; unsigned early model Millers Falls #2 curved shave, G+; Stanley #51 raise handle spoke shave, G
1433 – Stanley shaves: R&L “arch strike” #65 chamfer shave, Vg; “V-strike” #60 duplex, F+; #151 adjustable, G+-Vg
1445 – Stanley measuring devices: unmarked #77 rosewood marking gauge, G+; #94 butt marking gauge, Vg; #98 dbl.-stem roller marking gauge, G+; 2 – “Four-Square” 6” mitre-squares, G
145Tray lot assorted drilling devices: unsigned #128-8” “toggle-switch” ratchet brace, G; Morss Twist Drill & Machine Co. 3-tier round-cased index of bits, G+; 13pc. Russell-Jennings set of auger bits in homemade wooden tool case, Vg
146Tray lot of specialty clamps: Marples Tools, 68810 #2 corner clamp, NIB (early slide-over box); pr. Stanley #203 bench stop/clamps, Vg
1492 – Wooden tools: unsigned 22” panel marking gauge, w/ slide-through dovetail mounted marking tip & fence w/ wedge & stop-screw, G+; R. Schaeffer (branded, maker???) thread-screw Instrument maker’s clamp, Vg
1502 – Early wooden measuring devices: unsigned 24” “wedge & stop screw” panel slitting gauge, G+ (knife included, small wedge missing); 24” mortise & tenon pinned constructed framing square, G+
1522 – Wooden levels: Disston & Morss, 30 1/4” brass capped rosewood level, horizontal vial damaged; Stanley R&L 30 1/4” cherry wood adjustable level, G
1533 – Various Stanley wooden levels, F-G+: #23-24” three-lens; “sweetheart” #3-24” brass capped cherry wood, G; R&L #00-20” cherry wood
154*Restorer lot: 3 – Iron frame levels, need cleaning: 2 – L.S. Starrett Co.: 18” open-frame, good paint; 10” pitch-grade level, G+-Vg (lite rust); Stanley #36-24”, F
155Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Starrett 15” iron “pitch-grade” level w/ wooden case, G+; 2 – pr. stair-layout clamps; Disston & Sons #1-8” try square, Vg; unknown maker 6” mitre square, G; Disston & Sons #1-10” try square, G+
1563 – Tools: dated 1820, 12” homemade wooden bevel, Vg; North Bros., Phila. “Yankee” #75 “pump” spiral driver, G; Reed, patented 1882, spiral driver, G
1574 – Assorted tools: Rusby Patent, gear operated hand crank drill, G; Boker, German ball brace, G; signed (??) T-handled “snail” bit auger, G; Irwin lg. screwdriver, G+
158*Restorer lot, F-G: 5 – Assorted firmer chisels: Underhill, 3” socket handle slick; Scott (*??) socket handle corner chisel; Swan, 2” chamfer top; etc.
1605 – Assorted socket handle firmer chisels, G-G+: T.H. Witherby, 1” corner; others 1 1/2”-2”. Makers: Keen Kutter; Pexto; etc.
1622 – E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, wooden molding planes: 2” flat ovolo w/ quarter-round/bead, G+-Vg; screw-arm sash molding, F (needs extensive work)
1633 – Wooden two-way T&G molding planes, G+-Vg. Makers include: Union Factory, H. Chapin, w/ owner brand G.W. Ruth; Auburn Tool Co., marked “For Steinman & Co., Lancaster”; Sandusky
1655 – Various wooden joinery molding planes, F-Vg: 3 – rabbets. Makers: Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens; Auburn Tool Co.; Sandusky #146; 7/8” dado molding plane, unknown maker; unsigned 7/8” dado
166Very Rare, Kieffer & Auxer, Lancaster, Pa. (circa 1863-69) wooden bit-stock brace. The chair maker’s sweep-stock has chamfer-edged shoulders & lg. turned “Mushroom Cap” knurl. The bit-stock has single spoon-tip bit. The frame has crack, but a very rare find for “Lancaster Shop” made tools.
1675 - Various wooden molding planes, various cuts, G-Vg. Makers: Ohio Tool Co. E. Baldwin (New York state); C.P. Owens; Thos. Appleton, Boston; Union Factory, H. Chapin
1682 – Lg. Bench jointer planes: Stanley R&L “Eagle strike” #32-26” transitional, refinished (varnished); unsigned 22” raise-handle
1694 – “Lancaster Shop” wooden molding planes, G-Vg: 3 – E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster: 3/4” Grecian ogee w/ bevel; 1/2” table hollow; 1/2” tongue molding; Kieffer & Auxer, Lancaster 1 5/8” rabbet
170*Restorer lot: E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster wooden screw-arm adjustable sash molding plane w/ rosewood threads & boxwood (?) wafer-stops, & full inlay boxing. Looks like it would finish out to be great display piece w/ a little TLC
171*Restorer lot: earlier form, E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, screw-arm sash molding w/ hardwood mushroom cap threads & round knob stops
172Rare, I. Schauer (attributed to John Schauer/Shower, East Petersburg, Pa., circa 182-34), wooden wedge arm plow plane, G+ (rear arm has slight crack)
174Matched pr. John Veit, Phila. wooden panel screw arm T&G plane set, both owner marked T.L. Vanderslice (Was an Attorney in Delaware Co., Pa., but possible connection to H. Vanderslice a wagon maker in Trappe, Pa.), restored, Vg
1753 – Various camp hatchet/hand axes: Plumb “Anchor-Brand” w/ sheath, G; 2 – embossed, Keen Kutter, G-Vg
1765 – Assorted measuring devices: L.S. Starrett, trammel point set w/ 15” wooden rail, Vg; 3- Starrett #87 (various weights) cylinder shaped plumb bobs, G-Vg; Brown & Sharpe, #790 cylinder shaped plumb bob, Vg
1772 – Early, hand wrought broad hatchets: Brady #3(possible strike of David Brady, circa 1824, Mt. Joy) hand axe, Vg; multi-struck “left-hand” hewing hatchet, P-F. Maker H. Mann (Center Co. or Mifflin Co.) & other illegible strike
1783 – Various hatchets: W. Brady & Son, Mt. Joy, kitchen or hand axe, G; 2 – embossed, Keen Kutter, shingling half hatchets, G+-Vg
1803 – Lathe tools: Buck Bros. sizing tool, missing handle; 2 – new, Sorby long handle knives: straight edge parting tool & sizing wedge chisel
181Homemade Oak plywood tool chest w/ oak mold trimmed baseboard & oak trimmed hinged lid on iron butt hinges. The interior has divided lift-out tray. Chest has chest lock & is dark stained finished, Vg
1826 – Assorted wrenches: New Holland “Feed Mill” dbl.-end wrench, F-G; Billings, patent 9-29-1896, adj. bicycle wrench, G+; Ford & I.H. adjustable wrenches; Philips-Getman Co. “Universal” carriage wrench, G+
1832 – Stanley “sweetheart” cherry wood levels, F+-G (hanger holes drilled near ends): #14-12” w/ original label; #0-24”
1842 – Hand planes: Stanley R&L #140 rabbet/block w/ removable right rail, G+-VG; Sears-Craftsman #37054-9 1/2” bench jack, NIB
1854 – Various Stanley edge tools, G+-Vg: #52 spoke shave; #9 1/2 block, Vg; 2 – English made block planes, G=VG
187Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: copper handles print block (wallpaper??); 3 – spiral screwdrivers; 2 – push drills; Disston key-hole saw; etc.
1893 – Various drawknives, G-VG: F. Gassat (*?) 5 1/2” copper chamfer knife, Staller, Wien, cooper’s staved-round shave; coach builder’s 1 3/4” boxing router, Vg
1942 – Handsaws in canvas sleeve, G-VG: Remco 10” steel backsaw w/ open handle; Disston & Sons, 26 1/4” swayback 10pt.
1972 – Wooden levels: unsigned, mahogany 25 1/4” w/ 2 - adjustable brass vials, F-G; Stanley R&L #35-42” mason’s level w/ plumb line mark & window, G
1997 – Assorted measuring devices: wooden marking gauges, G-Vg: 3 – common & 1 – mortise; 2 – four-fold 2ft. rules: C.S. Co #61 square joint, Vg; Stanley R&L #84, F
200Tray lot assorted measuring devices & tools: 9pc. 1/4” numbering punch set, G; General #800-6oz. brass plumb bob in tube, Vg; 2 – bevels; Universal Angle Level; etc.
2022 – Early hand wrought cooper’s tools: T-handle cooper’s vise w/ arched brace/stop, Vg; head raising iron, spade shaped, Vg
2052 – Lg. iron calipers: unsigned, 22” winged divider/compass, G; turners’ 14” dbl.-leg outside caliper, F-G
206European, cooper’s nailing adze w/ extended square poll & 5 3/8” edge on tight radius tail. The adze has round socket, F+
207Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: Farrier’s butteris w/ odd removable blade & split housing, G; 10” broad head mincing knife converted for use in cigar making, G; 2 – various spiral drills, G; unknown turned walnut wood stopper (??)
2095 – Assorted “What’s it” tools: Justine Garcin, Marseille, “La DeBondeuse” French cast iron wine barrel bung extractor/hammer, G; Grocer’s combination crate hammer/hooked knife, G; 3 – assorted grid-pattern punches, G+
2103 – Assorted edge tools: Talbot #48 trimming axe heads, w/ square back oval eye, Vg; U.S.A. “True Temper” polless adze, new-old stock, no handle; small drop-forged square poll adze w/ rectangular eye, G
211Tray lot assorted tools: Philadelphia Valve Co. 2” Pat. #2907 wrench; pr. hand wrought shears; unsigned flat-wedge pulling pliers; unknown maker, saw setting tool w/ adjustable pitch gauge, G; 2 – Brass cylinder shaped plumb bobs (1 – Lufkin #590-G)
2123 – Various primitive braces: hand wrought blacksmith’s brace; unsigned, 10” w/ thread-screw socket, unsigned 9” “gas fitter’s?” socket w/ off-set socket, G
213*Restorer lot: 2 – wooden & brass braces, P-F: Marples, Ultimatum brass cased wooden infill brace parts, lever-socket removed & extensive cracking to wood; T. Tillitson, Sheffield, w/ push-button chuck
2143 – Lg. engineer’s screwdrivers: F. Walters & Co., Sheffield, 17” overall length w/ pad handle, G+; 2 – blacksmith made (21” & 25” long)
2154 – Early T-handled drilling devices: 1 – Chairmaker’s “duck-bill” or spoon bit; 1 – shell bit auger; 1 – signed (?) twist-bit auger; 1 – Bobbin-hole bit (?)
2163 – Measuring devices: W. Arris, 8” dbl.-leg outside caliper, G; unsigned, 14” winged divider/compass, T. & J. Dixon, 6” winged divider/compass w/ race knife cutter, G
2183 – Assorted primitive tools, G-VG: smith made tin shears; Wm. Greaves & Sons, #1 cooper’s adze, G; Asian wooden “ink-line” box w/ 3 1/2” wheel
219Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 8” wood & brass machine level, G+; 2 – Stanley bit-gauges, G; 5 – assorted dividers & calipers
2202 – Wooden measuring sticks: Lufkin #3-30” hickory 6-tier lumber rule, G+; Lufkin(?) 5ft. freight-yard stock w/ iron bracket tip, G
2214 – Assorted edge tools: new-stock, 14 1/2” splitting froe, Vg (no handle); unsigned, 3 3/4” socket handle gouge chisel, G; Powell & Co. 7/8” socket handle corner chisel, F.; N.P. James, socket handle firmer chisel w/ “shielded eagle” strike,
2224 – Assorted early tools: wrought iron frame hack saw, G+ (no blade); Bertson (*?) 3” coach-makers’ boxing router, F-G; 2 – early iron frame braces: 12” square chuck brace, G-G+; 8” turn-screw chuck brace, G
2234 – Assorted hand planes: Stanley “Handyman” #H1204 jack plane, G+; 3 – wooden planes: signed (??) round block, P-F; Dennison (over-struck) 3/8” dado, F-G; Bewley 1 7/8” rabbet, G
224Tray lot assorted measuring devices: brass octagon, 8oz. plumb bob, F-G; 3 – various wooden marking gauges, F-G; 2 – adjustable bevels, F-G; Disston & Sons 6” try square, G+; Eberhard Faber, 18” brass edged straight rule, G+; unsigned folding wooden tailors’ folding square, G
225Assembled group of bow drill related tools: 2 – metal bar bows, G; rosewood spiral pump drill or bow drill, missing knurl
2264 – Various shaves: 2 – wood: Green Stree1, Boston, coach-makers 1” boxing/router w/ iron face-plate; unsigned, maple oar maker’s hollow shave w/ brass sole plate & turned peg-handles, G+-VG; Flour City, 2 1/2” iron keg shave, F; Barton 2 1/2” iron keg shave, G
2273 – Various iron framed shaves: United Shoe Machine Co. block shave, early model, G; unknown maker, block shave, G; unknown maker, rabbet shave, F-G.
2285 – Various shaves: J. Jonas, London, hollow shave, Stearns chamfer top handle; unsigned Preston straight handle shave, G; etc
2294 – Assorted iron handled cooper’s keg shaves: 2 - unsigned 2” cutter w/ 13 1/2” handle; Barton (?) 16” handle w/ Stanley cutter; unsigned 15 3/4” handle w/ 2” cutter
230Tray lot assorted drilling devices: Stanley #965N-10” ratchet brace, G+; early iron frame hand drill, G; Millers Fall #5A hand drill, G; Stanley “Yankee” #130A spiral driver, Vg; Klein & Son. Inc., push drill, G
2323 – Transitional bench planes: Gage Tool Co., Vineland, NJ. #14-18” jointer, G+; Stanley 15” fore plane, G; Stanley R&L #35 handled block, G
2333 – Various wooden molding planes: homemade burled walnut wood fenced fillister plane w/ saw-grip handle, 18” overall length, some chips to back of fence, G; European, two-handle draw-plane w/ chip carved decoration on sides & wedge, Sheneman, Phila. 15 1/2” long rabbet plane, G-Vg
2355 – Assorted hand tools: 3 – braces: Wilson, New London, Ct. 8” lever-jaw; German ball brace w/ push-button chuck, G; Stanley #916-9”, parts missing from chuck; 2 – ball-peen hammers, G+
2364 – Assorted edge tools: Ohio Tool (??) #05-C bench jack, missing blade; 2 – iron handled keg shaves; box or paint scraper, marked Pat. Feb. 2, 1900 (?), G
2374 – Metal hand planes: Union #43 rabbet-fillister, missing fence otherwise Vg; Stanley R& L #130 dbl.-end block (unmarked deck), G-G+; Stanley #9 1/2 block, G-G+; Craftsman #...3704 block, G+
2382 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #3 smooth jack w/ embossed cap, restored, Vg; “sweetheart” #5-C jack plane, cracked left rail, good wood & other parts
2392 – Bench planes: Stanley Bailey “sweetheart” #6-C fore plane w/ nickel plated sole & rails, needs some cleaning, but good solid plane; Sargent #414 jack plane, G.
241Stanley #45 combination plane, in oak case. Plane has embossed floral cast frame, and appears nearly complete, F+-G
2423 – Stanley edge tools: R&L #140 rabbet-block, G; #130 dbl.-end block G; #65 chamfer shave, complete, Vg
2443 – Various block planes: Keen Kutter #K130 dbl.-end, Vg; Millers Falls (#75) bullnose block, Vg; “no name” dbl.-end block, Vg
2462 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “V-strike” #6 fore plane, circa 1912-20, great restoration project, G-G+; #3 smooth jack w/ partial label, G-G+
2473 – Stanley block planes: #130 dbl.-end block, G; #130 skew rabbet-block, needs extensive cleaning, F; “Four-Square”, G+ (small chip to cap, otherwise Vg.)
248*Restorer lot: Stanley #55 combination molding plane, some minor parts missing, needs extensive restoration. Real projects plane for you “gung-ho” restorers, but I am sure someone will say, “Should have sent that to the garage”. Prove them wrong.
250Stanley Bailey #45 combination molding plane, circa 1942, in original slide-over box, E.(box has some damage)
252“Giant” enforcer mallet/stake driver’s mallet w/ 6 1/4” diameter iron banded round turned head (replaced handle). *note it is very heavy
253Lg. hand wrought freight or armory carriage rough lock w/ 5 1/4” long links, mounted on display board, G
2552 – La. Measuring devices: Goodell-Pratt, 24” divider/compass w/ mounted pencil tip, Vg; L.S. Starrett 24” outside caliper w/ micro-adjuster, Vg
2562 – Lufkin, hickory lumberman’s board-foot rules: 30” 6-tier w/ square foot, G; 30” 8-tier w/ torpedo shaped foot, G
258Rare, Henry Disston & “Son” (marked w/ single son approx. 1 yr.) #7-26”-5pt. rip saw w/ nib-back, lg. Eagle button & brass split-nuts, Vg
260Browne, 28”-4 1/2pt. nib-back panel saw w/ “Warranted Superior” Eagle button & brass split-nuts, G+-VG
2622 – Unmarked, primitive wooden framed saws: Disston (?) posthole saw w/ quick-release sawtooth-latch lever, G; homemade buck saw w/ odd tension rod wooden spring assembly
2652 – Various wood framed posthole saws w/ quick-release design: 24” “brake-handle” design w/ ring holder, G; 18” “brake-handle” design tension rod, G
2662 – Fire axes: Mann, Lewistown, Pa., small size “safety cabinet” axe w/ red paint, G-G+; unsigned, Collins or Mann fireman’s axe, G
267H. Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.), 11 3/8” butcher’s splitting cleaver, G+
270Rare form, Wm. Brady, Mount Joy, Pa. cooper’s bench axe w/ chamfer filed shoulders, flat back triangular socket & off-set handle, Vg
272P. Shonk (attributed to Peter Shonk, working 1860 in Rapho Twp. & 1880 in Penn Twp., Lancaster Co.) center-poll posthole mortise axe, Vg
273Fine, embossed Plumb “Champion Axe, Quality Seal” felling axe w/ axe-man standing on log graphics, VG (original hickory “Champion Axe” handle)
2742 – Signed, felling axes: H.H. Stricker (Henry H. Stricker, Reinholds Station & Vinemont, Lancaster & Berks Co.) “rockaway” type, Vg; J.B. Stohler (John B. Stohler, Schaefferstown), F-G
275Initial “PJB” right-hand Goosewing axe w/ tapered arch-bottom socket, raised butt-plate, raised weld “chip-deflector”. The axe has “the Trinity”, three-star tool decoration & “Cross” tool decoration, G+
276C. Silvius (Conrad Silvius, 1850’s , Lancaster City) square poll carpenter’s adze, excellent replacement handle, Vg
2772 – Signed, forged axes, P-F: G. Sener (Gottlieb Sener, working 1841, N. Prince St. Lancaster, Pa.) heavy spitting axe; 2nd dbl.-struck, partial strike of J. Reed (Stouchsburg, Lebanon Co.) & secondary J. Moyer (Jacob Moyer, working 1830’s, Chester Co.) felling axe
280Signed (??), Pennsylvania “Twibil” posthole mortise chisel axe w/ deep tapered oval socket eye, G+
282C. Silvius (Conrad Silvius, 1850’s , Lancaster City) broad Kent pattern felling axe, replaced handle, G+-Vg
284Rare, H.S. Hersh (Henry S. Hersh, working mid-late 19th century, Schultz Rd., New Danville, Lancaster Co.) hand wrought felling axe, F+-G+
285Rare, H.S. Hersh (Henry S. Hersh, working mid-late 19th century, Schultz Rd., New Danville, Lancaster Co.) carpenter’s square-poll adze w/ chamfered corner poll, Vg
287G.H. Hewes (George H. Hewes, working 1830-1870’s, near Peach Bottom, Lancaster Co.) square poll carpenter’s adze, VG
288Double-struck upper poll posthole axe: marks include: I. Brady (probably James Brady, working 1825, in Mt. Joy.) & second W. Glass (?) (possible William Glass, working 1814, in Strasburg Twp., Lancaster Co.) G
2892 – Butcher’s cleavers: Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester, Pa. #3-9 3/4” w/ steer strike, G; Hoffman, Phila. 6 1/4” w/ N. in “Liberty Bell” strike, Vg
290H. Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.) right hand full hewing hatchet, G+-Vg
291Wm. Beatty, Chester, Penna. #10-10” butcher cleaver w/ steer strike & solid handle w/ chamfered edge wood, Vg
2932 – Felling Axes: Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.) refinished Vg. (weak strike); H.H. Stricker (Henry H. Stricker, Reinholds Station & Vinemont, Lancaster & Berks Co.), G+
296Slate roofer’s 3pc. tool set: Belden Machine Co. “DEN” Zaxe, Vg; Pexto ripper; unsigned hand wrought T-brake
297Assembled 3pc. set of slate roofer’s tools: Belden Machine Co. “DEN” Zaxe, G; unsigned slate ripper; T-brake, G+
298Arrowmammett Works, Middletown, CT. wooden screw arm plow plane w/ boxwood threads, knobs, & stops, G+-Vg;
2993 – Lancaster, Pa. wooden molding planes, Vg: E.W. Carpenter, #12 hollow plane w/ owner strike Joseph D. Frehn; Samuel Auxer, 7/8” skew rabbet; Kieffer & Auxer, 1 3/8” side hollow,
3004 – E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster, Pa. wooden round molding planes, G-G+ (3 – appear to have smoke damage)
3014 – Rare, Wooden molding planes: D. Heiss, Lancaster (Dietrich Heiss, working in Lancaster 1769-1782, & again 1786-1814) rabbet, F; M. Herner (attributed to Schuylkill Co) quarter round, P-F; C.H. Heinike (attributed to Eastern Pa.) side bevel, F-G; I. Schauer (attributed to John Schauer, working 1820-1843, in East Petersburg, Pa.) rabbet plane, G+-Vg
3024 – Wooden molding planes (3 – Lancaster Co. makers): E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster side bead, F; D. Heiss (Dietrich Heiss, working in Lancaster 1769-1782, & again 1786-1814), moving fillister, missing depth stop, G; J. Stamm (John Stamm, was a preacher/wooden plane maker that worked first in Hinkletown, Pa. & later Mt. Joy, Pa.) round, G; Moss (over stuck) cove & astragal bead complex molding, G
3045 – Wooden molding planes: unsigned 1” homemade handled sash molding plane, Vg; 7” long wooden rabbet/chariot plane, Vg; horned tub rounder/smoother w/ convex bottom, G; unsigned, circular block w/ copper nose-sole plate, VG; I. Ames, 1 7/8” skew rabbet, G+
3054 – Various wooden molding planes: Eaglesham & Fotheringham, Edinburgh, side bead, Vg; James Reid & Son, Aberdeen, side bead, G+; unsigned quarter-round, Vg; (?), Edinburgh hollow, G
3064 – Wooden molding planes, F-G+: unsigned screw-adjust sash molding,; C. Donat, Po’kepsie grooving, missing blade; Casey Kitchel & Co. tongue plane, Vg; Sandusky, side rabbet, G
3073 – Various drawknives: Barton, Rochester, 7” cooper’s stave shave, G; Skelton & Co., 10” straight-back shave, G+; unsigned 7” sag back stop chamfer
3092 – C.F. Close, Rochester, iron frame coopers planes, G+-VG: top chamfer, pat. dated 5-27-1913; “O.K.” croze
3113 – Large size calipers: Browne & Sharpe, 7-8” w/ wooden case, Vg; Browne & Sharpe, 6-7” w/ wooden case, Vg; Lufkin #1918V-7-8” w/ slide lid case, Vg
3133 – Various handsaws, G-G+: The Henly Co., Phila. 24”-10pt. sway-back; unsigned 25”-10pt.; Fulton Tool Co. 26”-5 1/2pt.
3153 – Assorted measuring devices: small draftsman’s trammel point set (parts missing); electronic “Graphotest” tool in wooden case, missing parts; unknown precision tool, parts missing
316 3 – Metal hand planes: Sargent #198 improved rabbet, G+; Stanley #102 block, G+; Record (?) #101 small block, G-G+
3172 – Stanley edge tools: “sweetheart” #20 adjustable circular plane, repaired nose guard, otherwise Vg; #80 box scraper, Vg
3192 – Lg. measuring devices: L.S. Starrett & Co. 24” outside caliper, G+ (owner’s name impressed on 1-arm); Browne & Sharpe combination micrometer w/ original wooden case, complete, G+-Vg
322Tray lot: 4 – Various steel tipped brass plumb bob, G; long handle screwdriver w/ rosewood knob handle, G+; Mahogany slide-lid pencil box, G+
323Union Factory, H. Chapin, wooden screw-arm adjustable sash molding plane w/ fruitwood threads & turned knobs, Vg
3242 – Greenfield Tool Co. wooden molding planes: #368 wedge arm panel tongue plane, Vg; #686-2 1/2” field-panel raising plane, G (some bug holes)
328Tray lot assorted implement & adjustable wrenches, F-G: Nappanee Lumber & Mfg. Co.; W.E. Rosel; Indian Motorcycle; & many unsigned
3303 – Stanley folding rules: rare, A. Stanley (faint strike) 24”two-fold slide-rule, F-G; 2 - #68-2ft. 4-fold, Vg
331Tray lot assorted primitives: homemade hardwood slitting gauge w/ adjustable lower fence, Vg; Disston School felt pennant, G+; marking punch “Leathers Patent March 29th, 1904,” (patent for leather splitting machine), Vg.; etc.
33210 – Assorted gouge firmer & bench chisels, F-Vg. (6 – tang handled). Makers: Buck Bros.; Sabot; Sargent, etc.
33315 – Socket handle firmer/bench chisels (some missing handles), G-Vg. Makers include: Craftsman; Union; “You Money’s worth”; Pexto; Germany; etc.
334Assembled group 12 – assorted tang handled carving chisels, F.-G. Makers include: Lindner; Buck Bros.; D. Maier’s; etc.
3353 – H.B. Tool references: The Hand Plane Book, Garrett Hack, 1997; The History of Woodworking Tools, W.L. Goodman, 1964; The Tools that Built America, Alex Bealer, 1976
3364 – Historical references: 2 – H.B.: The Ways of Working Wood, Alex Bealer, 1972; Popular Tools and Materials, Johnson and Fenn, 1944; 2 – P.B.: The Gentleman & Cabinet-Maker’s Director, reprint of 3rd edition; The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer’s Drawing-Book, Thomas Sheridan, reprint 1972
3374 – Vintage machinist tool catalogs, G+-Vg: 1916, Browne & Sharpe Mfg. Co. #27; Wells Bros., “Little Giant” #22 (date??); 2 – Starrett Tools: 1913, #21 (red cover); 1938, #26 (brown cover)
338Box lot assorted vintage tool catalogs: H.B. 1942, Union Twist Drill Co.; 1912, Lukens Iron & Steel,; S.B.: 6 – Various Starrett Tools: 1930, “50th Anniversary” #25; 1 – “brown cover” #25; 2 – “brown cover” #26; etc.
339Lg. tray lot vintage tool literature & “how to” guide booklets: 12 – issues, Deltagram; 8 – 1930’s era, Delta published tool use guides; etc.
340Tray lot assorted Stanley literature & tool guides: 1934, Stanley Electric Tools #61M; 1930, Stanley Electric Tools #63; 1947, Stanley Carter #80; 1934, Stanley Electric Tools #64; etc.
342Bag lot assorted vintage saw related literature & ephemera: March 1918, Disston Crucible, Vg; Taintor Mfg. Co. The Care of Saws; 2 – Atkins & Co. Saw Sense; Martin, Kyle & Co., Eclipse Keystone Saw Works; etc.
343Tray lot 8 – assorted hardbound & cloth bound trade related books: 3 – vol. set: I.C.S. Handbook; Handbook of Cast Iron Pipe; 1912, Hartness Flat Turret Lathe Manual; Practical Course in Mechanical Drawing; etc.
344Large tray lot assorted Stanley Tool related literature & trade advertising items (1940’s-1970’s)
345Tray lot Stanley Tools related literature & promotional posters: 1958, Stanley Hardware No.81; 1964 (?) Routers & Router Bits, Specification Chart; 1996, Distinctive Merchandise Catalog; 6 – “150 Years” Proud of Our Past posters
346Box lot assorted tool related literature, “how-to” guides, & unrelated histories. *please look at photo (S)
3482 – Bridge City Tool Works tools, NIB: “Van Denk” #BL-9 hardwood & brass level; #TS-1.5 try square, G+-Vg
3493 – Bridge City Tool Work tools Vg in original boxes: CT-1102-100 #5 hand vise; 2 - #SUG-1 set-up gauges
350Tray lot assorted Bridge City Tool Works tools: Guide block set, NIB; #SD-6 sectional divider, Vg; #BP-18 bevel protractor
351Stanley #45 combination molding plane, Vg in original box (appears mostly complete) w/ 2 – racks of blades
3544 – Assorted “Race” or marking knives, G: 2 – fixed blade timber marking knives; Vom Cleff & Co., Germany, brass handled folding knife; unsigned wooden handled folding knife,
3554 – Signed, edge tools: 2 - W. Brady (above noted) firmer chisels, F-G: corner chisel & 1”; W. Greaves & Sons, 9 1/4” straight-back drawknife, G; James Cam 8 3/4” drawknife, Vg
357Tray lot 4 – Various firmer chisels & wooden joiner’s mallet, F+-G+; Witherby, socket handle corner chisel, 2 – socket handle & 1 – tang handled chisels
3585 – Assorted drilling devices: North Bros. “Yankee” #1545 reversible hand drill, G; T-handle tap reamer-auger; Miller Falls #94 hand drill, VG; Keen Kutter hand drill, G+; unsigned hand drill, G
3642 – Sheffield handsaws: Spear & Jackson 28”-5pt. nib-back panel saw w/ brass split-nuts, G+; signed (?) 20”-9pt. G
365Tray lot modern backsaws & folding mitre box: 2 – Disston, Danville, Va. #K-1, mitre saws, Vg; Disston, Danville, Va. #68-10” dovetail sail, G+-Vg; “no name” 14” miter saw, Vg; Alaska Freezer Co. folding mitre box, G+
3672 – Early tenon backsaws w/ brass split-nuts: signed (?), Glasgow, 9” brass back w/ open grip handle, F-F+; Disston & Sons, 10” steel back w/ closed grip, G+
368Tray lot assorted saws & related tools: jeweler’s adjustable steel frame up-to 4”; Woodrough & McParlin, 14” steel back mitre, G+; Jackson 14” steel back mitre, F-G; Millers Falls & Co., saw set, Vg+
3693 – Handsaws: Disston & Sons ##D15 “Victory” model, over sharpened, G+; Simonds Saw, 26”-8[t. F-G; unknown, 27 1/2”-5pt., F.
3725 – Various blocks planes: Millers Falls #078 skew rabbet block, G+; 2 – Keen Kutter: #110; #220, G-VG; 2 – Stanley, G
373Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – oversized iron plumb bobs, G-Vg; Acorn capped 16oz. plumb bob w/ steel tip; Starrett #87 spool capped 16oz. plumb bob, Vg; unknown maker, brass 12oz. plumb bob, G+; etc.
376*Restorer lot: 2 – Stanley Bailey bench planes: “sweetheart” #2 small smooth jack, cracked handle & needs cleaning; “sweetheart” #3 smooth jack, G+
377*Restorer lot: 3 – Stanley #140 skew set rabbet-blocks, F-G (2 – have parts missing); spoke shave, F
378Triple-struck upper poll posthole mortise axe, F: signed L. Fink on right side, left check struck W. Addams (light strike); & G. Miller (Peach Bottom)
3792 – H. Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.) axes, F.-G.: upper poll posthole mortise; felling axe
381Colonial era, extended poll side broad axe w/ upper & lower lugs, 12 3/4” edge, G. The axe is unsigned, but has geometric pattern sunburst punch strikes, G
382J. Shertz (John Shertz, 1850’s era, Lancaster City, Pa.) carpenter’s square poll adze, overpainted, G. (owner strike C.P. Flick)
383H. Mellinger (attributed to Henry H. Mellinger, working Washington Boro, Lancaster, Co.) dbl.-bit posthole axe, overpainted, G+-Vg (modern replaced handle)
386W. Brady (William Brady, Lancaster or Mt. Joy, Pa.) dbl.-bit posthole mortise axe w/ rare arched “Cast Steel” strike, Vg
3873 – Assorted Slate roofer’s zaxe, Horstman & Seabold, Bangor, Pa. w/ claw on left cheek, leather grips, weld repaired; Belden Machine Co. w/ claw on left cheek, F; unsigned w/ good leather grips, Vg
388Brady (possible David or William Brady, Mt. Joy, Pa.) broad squaring axe, F-G (mushroomed butt plate)
3893 – Slate roofer’s pick-hammers: rare form, Brady, Lancaster, Pa. (William Brady) leather grip needs repair otherwise, Vg; unsigned w/ wooden grip; unsigned w/ leather grip, G+
390Rare, J. Shonk (attributed to John Shonk, Mastersonville & Mt. Joy) center poll posthole mortise axe, G
392F.B. Smith, pat. Sept. 18th, 1888, Canton, Ohio, tin bilge pump w/ two angular tip extensions, G. Pump retains some original blue paint
3932 – Wooden framed saws: posthole saw w/ quick-release lever & tension rod, F-G; odd-construction bucksaw w/ cross-over center brace, F
395 3 – Various hand planes: Stanley Bailey #5-C bench jack, G-G+; Stanley “Handyman” #H1248 block plane, Vg; Corsair #C-4-9” bench jack, in original box, VG
39612 – Assorted chisels: 4 – various gouges; assorted socket mortise & bench chisels (all socket handled), G
3993 – Various planes: Sargent VBM #409 bench jack, repaired handle, G+; Stanley Bailey #4 jack plane, G-G+; Stanley #15 block (parts missing)
4003 – Edge tools: Stanley #57 core box, nickel-plated frame, G+-Vg; L. Bailey spoke shave, G-G+; Stanley Bailey #4 bench jack, G.
4026 – Assorted measuring devices: Stanley (unsigned) #2 angle try square, Vg; unsigned mitre square, G; unsigned, 8” iron handled combination iron handled bevel/tray square, G; 3 – assorted 2ft, 4-fold wooden rules, G(most Stanley)
4052 – Edge tools: wooden handled coach builder’s router w/ adjustable sole fence, G+; homemade, 6 3/4” wide center-slot 1 1/2 dado plane (?). A real “odd-ball” plane possibly for cased drawer slide (?)
406Tray lot assorted tools: W. Greensland, Bristol, 22” wooden plank jointer, G+; Constantine, 12” brass back saw w/ open grip, brass split-nuts, F-G; Disston & Sons 12” steel backsaw, closed grip, G-G+; hinge-joint “knock-down” framing square, pat. 07-24-1894, & 09-12-1899, G+
407Tray lot assorted tools & primitives: “Gunter’s” chain for use by surveyor or farmer, F-G; 2 – machinist’s depth micrometers (1 w/ wooden case), G; trade advertising “Osborne Farm Implement” wooden tapered shaft walking stick, G
4082 – Transitional bench jointer planes, G-G+: Stanley #129-20” w/ “Liberty Bell” screw cap (hairline cracks to tote); Stanley Bailey #22-18 1/4”, cracked tote
412Pexto #926 tinsmith’s “Stakeless” blow-horn forming tool. The tool was part of a set to be mounted into mounted stake-stand
414Box lot assorted Hardbound & softbound architectural & construction related books, most hardbound are vintage. Including: 1917, Practical Carpentry; 1914, Carpentry for Boys; 1915, Steel Square and its Uses; 1938, Jigs & Fixtures; 1906, Inspector’s Pocket Book, Materials and Workmanship in Construction; etc.
415Fine, W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.) right hand Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” axe w/ Tombstone shaped beard-key, bevel topped tapered off-set socket. The beard-key has file work chamfered edge, overall Vg. (hairline crack extends 1” down blade from key).
416Fine, W. Addams (descendant of the founder of Adamstown, moved to Berks Co.) left hand Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” axe w/ Tombstone shaped beard-key, bevel topped tapered off-set socket. The beard-key has file work chamfered edge, 13 1/4” edge, overall G+-Vg (poor replacement handle)
417Early, A. Miller (attributed to one of the Miller family in Mohnton area of Berks Co., due to the star or pellet strikes, circa 1830); left hand side broad axe w/ replacement off-set handle, F-G (substantial pitting)
4182 – Axe heads: Wiser (* possible Berks Co?) embossed strike, primitive form left hand Pennsylvania German “goosewing” axe w/ tapered off-set chamfer topped socket, relic condition w/ “blow-out” in lower portion of socket; J.B. Stohler (John B. Stohler, late 19th century Schaefferstown, Pa.)
4192 – Edge tools: Samuel Auxer, Lancaster, Pa. (Lancaster Shop owner, circa 1869-70) reed molding plane w/ blue paint, F-G; unsigned coach builder’s L-stock “Pistol” router, w/ adjustable fence, Vg
4204 – Various tools: F.C. Leypoldt Patent 12-18-1860 & 07-26-65, #2 button-hole cutter, G; H.F. Osborne, “pistol grip” leather slitting gauge, refinished G+-VG; signed (?) rosewood handle adjustable spoke shave, G+; Adams #2 leather-working “Witchet”, G
421Signed (???) extended poll side broad axe, w/ upper & lower lug eye socket that is set below center of edge. The edge is 12 3/4” w/ flared upper & rounded lower. Axe has replaced handle, G
422Cross Bros. Warranted, “Metallic Frame, Patented Brace” brass frame brace w/ rosewood infill & rosewood knurl, Vg. Owner strike of J.C. Walker
423Tray lot assorted leather related tools: Barnett, iron “Pistol Grip” adjustable slitting gauge, G; DeBorner & Co. 6” divider/compass, G; stitch marking wheel; tack puller; assorted edge mold-working tools
424Double-struck left-hand Pennsylvania German “Goosewing” axe. Makers dbl.-strike of Rohrbach (faint strike, Berks Co.), and secondary chisel strike of “Fischer”. The axe has raised “center-bead” weld & tombstone key. Axe has extensive pitting, possible poor iron quality or relic find
4252 – John Veit, Phila. wooden screw arm molding planes, G+-Vg: handled plow plane w/ long threads & owner strike of J.B. Grosh (some damage to threads); Center-reed molding plane repaired threads
427Uncommon, Grocer’s “Orange Chest Hammer” w/ strap-braced handle, square poll & chisel tail, G. (*note – fig. 350, pg. 227 Dictionary of Woodworking Tools)
428Traveling butcher’s tool kit w/ round tubular leather tote, 4 – various knives & sharpening steel, G
429Miller, Dubrul & Peters Mfg. Co., #1 iron cigar mold press painted green w/ T-handle turn-screw, 3 – wooden cigar molds, G.
431Matched hand wrought 3pc. butcher utensils set w/ matched flatwork & hanging top handles, Vg: two-prong fork; ladle & skimmer ladle
432Early 18th century hand wrought tool decorated spatula w/ diamond accented flat blade & rattail topped twisted shank handle, G.
433Heavy hand wrought butcher’s “splitting” cleaver w/ 13 1/4” edge & hook topped solid iron shaft handle, Vg.
4346 – Various hearth/kitchen utensils: wrought iron ladle w/ hook-topped flatwork handle, G; brass & iron oyster ladle, G+; 2 – wrought iron two-prong forks, G; 2 – twisted wire three-prong forks, G+
435Tray lot assorted utensils & primitives: unsigned #1 ice tongs, Vg; lg. two-prong hanging meat hook; small iron lead ladle; bale hook; etc.
436Tray lot assorted kitchen primitives: Griswold 9” iron fry pan, painted (possible crack??); unsigned, #3 small beam scales, complete G+; late two-prong wrought iron fork
438Rare, 18th Century wrought iron hearth basket/andiron (possible traveler’s broiler rack) w/ ball faceted front legs that have lg. bun faceted tops & rear legs w/ off-set ball bun faceted accents. The basket has mortise & pin construction five front rails & four side rails, G. (one side rail replaced), 24”X13”X21 1/2” H
439Arts & Crafts era hammered copper faced fire fender w/ “Diamond & spindle tip” center embellishment & rope twist upper embellishment, G. (unfortunately owner polished/rubbed original surface bare on right rail.) 54” overall width
440Rare, A. Buch & Sons Co., Elizabethtown, Pa. cast iron corner feeder trough, marked 16-16-10 -188, G
442Lg. tray lot assorted wrought iron Conestoga wagon hardware: 2 – “king pin” hasps: 1st signed G. Horn (faint strike, George Horn, working 1833, in York Co.), 2nd “sunburst” embellishment; heavy rough lock chain; 2 - matched pairs of “stay-chain” hooks; 1 – unmatched pr. of “stay-chain” hooks; “Ram’s Horn” tailgate brace; & “king-pin” hammer
443J. Hall (attributed to John Hall, 1825, Bellefonte, Pa. *Note this is where William & Henry Mann of Mann axes learned their trade.) early Kent type side broad axe w/ 11” edge, G
446Fine, Wm. Beatty & Son, Chester Pa. carpenter’s square poll adze w/ steer strike & hickory chamfered edge handle, Vg.
4472 – Hand wrought primitive tools: 18th or early 19th century “Pike-poll” topper, G; J. Beatty, broad squaring axe, crack along side of socket, F
4492 – Edge tools: Hurd’s “Razor-Blade” polless carpenter’s adze, G; combination dbl.-bit axe w/ felling & posthole mortise heads, G
452Tray lot: “MWA” embossed aluminum parade axe head of “The Modern Woodsman of America” association. Axe head only, no handle, Vg; Ideal “Shinola” hatchet. This grocer’s hatchet has claw face head, F-G
454R.W. Maccubbin, Baltimore, (1840-1870’s) screw-arm plow plane w/ fruitwood threads, turned knobs & stops, Vg.
455Fine bench crafted 6” lignum-vitae block plane w/1 1/8” cutter & bone “dot” inlayed rosewood wedge, Vg
4562 – Brass bound four-fold wooden rules, G-VG: Lufkin #3881-3ft. w/ oxbow joint; Stanley R&L #76-2ft. w/ arch joint
4583 – Stanley brass bound 2ft. four-fold wooden rules, G-Vg: 2 - R&L #54 (1 – marked “Special”); “sweetheart” #32 1/2
4594 – Various wooden rules or caliper-rules: Stanley: #63 1/2-2ft. square-joint, Vg; #136-4” caliper, Vg; Lufkin #016-6” caliper, G; Craftsman 12” four-fold caliper rule, G+
4604 – Wooden two-fold 1ft. caliper rules, F+-G+: 2 – Stanley #36 1/2; Upson Nut #36 1/2; Lufkin #372
4622 – English four-fold wooden rules, Vg: Lufkin #3851-yard stick; Rabone-Chesterman #1162-1 meter & 3ft.w/ conversion table
4634 – Wooden 3ft. four-fold rules, F-G: Stanley #66 1/2 w/ oxbow joint; Upson Nut #66 1/2; The American Rule Mfg. Co. #226 1/2; Lufkin #3881 brass bound
4643 – Wooden four-fold rules: Stanley “sweetheart” #84-2ft brass edge & square joint; Stanley (?) “Damaged” factory second #32-1ft. caliper-rule, Vg; Standard Rule #65 1/2-12” brass bound, G
4655 – Assorted Stanley measuring devices, F+-G+: 4 – four-fold 2ft.: #72 w/ edge markings, “sweetheart” #61; #68; #27; #6386 steel tape
466Tray lot assorted measuring devices: Leonhard’s Level, pat. 2-27-1906, adjustable “boat” gauge-level w/ brass sole plate; Starrett #11H-12-4R combination square, NIB; 3 – Lufkin 6ft. “Zig-Zag” rules, G+
468Tray lot assorted tools: 5 – assorted Stanley block planes, P-G+: #130 dbl.-end; #60 1/2 low angle; #110 “Handyman”; etc.; 2 – wooden handle screwdrivers; & saw-set tool
470Tray lot 10 – Various carving chisels: 6pc. modern “Chaselle” beginner set; 4pc. assembled antique set w/ walnut wood handles, Vg
472Tray lot assorted collectibles & ephemera: H.B., William Dixon, 1928, tool catalog, G; 8 – P.B. Sargent Planes Identification & Value Guide, by David E. Heckel; Stanley Tool coffee mug
474Tray lot assorted primitives & tools: cooper’s 7 1/2” dia. Wheel traveler, G+; Rabone #1012 zig-zag rule (missing one rail); farmer’s leather seed sewing pouch, G; unsigned 12oz. claw hammer, G+; cobbler’s round hammer, G
475Tray lot assorted vintage & modern carving tools: 2 – whittling knives (1 – W. Germany & 1 – Russell “Green River”); Spain, 5pc. “beginner’s” chisel set, NIB; round turned mallet; 8 – assorted unmatched vintage chisels, G+
4767 – Assorted drawknife/shaves, F-G: odd, flat-blade two handle scorp, F; traditional cooper’s two handle scorp, 2 – wooden spoke shaves (1 – w/ bone throat plate); 3 – shoe maker’s heel shaves
4775 – Assorted measuring devices: Mathieson, 9” ornate brass & rosewood pocket level (damage to wood), restorer project; Machinist made, heavy duty slide-rule caliper w/ Lufkin metal rule; Stanley #88 siding marking gauge, Vg; J & T. Bradburg (?) “shoe salesman’s” folding wooden “foot size” rule, excellent patina (possible owner name); “no Name” #68-2ft. wooden folding rule, G
4802 – “Boxed” Stanley block planes, Vg: #110, blue painted bed & nickel plated cap; #220, maroon painted bed & cap
4813 – Bench jack planes, G-Vg: Shelton “Indian Chief iron” 14”; “no name” 9”, Stanley “Handyman” 9 1/4”
4825 – Assorted block planes, F-Vg: Stanley: #118 “Break Proof”; late, #220; #9 1/4 (?); #60 low angle (parts missing); AMT (#100) squirrel-tail block, Vg
485Tray lot assorted primitives & collectibles: tin “lipped cup” handled dipper, Vg; wrought iron three-prong fork; early initialed W.D tool decorated two-prong, F-G; Solingen, Germany sheath knife, G; brass saw-buck & saw
4864 – Assorted drilling devices: Japan “Royal” ratchet brace, Vg; 8” “slip-jaw” chuck brace, F; Amidon & Bastedo, right-angle brace, F; hand drill, P
487Tray lot assorted primitive tools: clock makers “spring-jaw” bench vise w/. shielded threads, G; homemade 3” infilled-brass bullnose block, G+; radiator key; ice cleat; etc.
488Tray lot assorted tools: wooden T-handle vise screw, G+; blacksmith made turn-screw driver, Vg; 12” throat jig/scroll saw, G+; W. German, steel backed dovetail saw, G; “The Master” steel backsaw (missing interchangeable blades), Vg
489Tray lot drilling devices: 2 – Busby Patent hand crank drills (jaw problems); Wells Bros., Greenfield, pat. 2-3-1885, hollow-threading die in original box w/ interchangeable thread cutters, G+
4902 – Breast drills: “8-Toolsmiths” chest/breast drill, damaged cranks grip, G; Millers Falls, pat. 1-21-1880, w/ side-level, missing side grip-knob, G
492Baldwin, Tuthill & Bolton, Grand Rapids, Mich. Saw-smith’s bench mounted self-feed band saw setting tool, G+
493Tray lot assorted tools: Stanley #400 mitre-vise, G; Primitive, 1 3/4” wooden thread screw cutting block, Vg; 1 1/2” wooden thread screw cutting set, T-handle tap & razor-edge homemade die, G
494Tray lot assorted H.B. & S.B. tool & hardware catalogs, F-G: 1920, Condensed Catalogues of Mechanical Equipment; 1953, C.W. Marwedel, “Everything for the Shop”; Jones & Orth Cutter Head Co. Greyhound Cutter Heads & Knives; etc.
495Tray lot assorted references & catalogs: 1934, Hardwick Stove Co., Cleveland, Tenn.; 1931, Southern Stove Works, Cat. No. 26, Richmond, Va.; 1976, From Hearth to Cookstove…, Linda Campbell Franklin; etc.
496W. Brady (William Brady, Mount Joy or Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century) Western Pattern broad squaring axe w/ 9 3/4” edge, G (original handle)
497W. Brady (William Brady, Mount Joy or Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century) right hand side broad axe, chip & mushrooming to butt plate, 11 1/2” edge, G-G+
4982 – Edge tools: W. Butcher, Sheffield, square poll carpenter’s adze, G; J. Snyder (John, circa 1850, Mt. Joy, Pa.) odd posthole axe, “Ugly” possible re-edge by Snyder, cracked along socket
501Plumb “Anchor-brand”, pat. 6-12, 1877, left hand side broad axe, G (edge is flattened & needs extensive honing)
502W. Brady (William Brady, Mount Joy or Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century) center-poll posthole axe, poor iron & rust pitting, G
5034 – Slate roofing tools: 2 – Zaxe-hammers: Belden Machine Co. w/ left face mounted claw; hand wrought w/ right face mounted claw; hand wrought long T-break stake; hand wrought slate ripper w/ rivet faceted flat blade
504W. Brady (William Brady, Mount Joy or Lancaster City, mid-late 19th century), right hand goosewing axe w/ chamfer-topped tapered off-set socket & tapered butt-plate, G-G+. The axe has 12”: pointed tip edge, arch top key. Crack below socket
5053 – Wooden measuring devices: homemade 26” panel marking gauge w/ early screw stop, G+; 16” panel marking gauge w/ wooden stop-screw, missing pencil holder, F-G; 36” square rod w/ wooden trammel-points, primitive form
5062 – Wooden primitive tools: 20” homemade softwood panel slitting gauge w/ lg. wrought iron thumb-screw stop, missing stop-plate; Hickory shipwright’s caulking mallet (missing one face ring), G
507Stanley #57 core-box plane w/ 4 extension plates & extension rods in homemade wooden hinge-lid box, Vg
510Tray lot assorted tools: wooden hinge-lid box w/ Forstner, paddle & twist drill bits; “swan’s head” cobbler’s hammer, F; 6 – Various Delta, NIB drill bits: 2 – plug cutters & 4 – graduated size “Machine Spur Bits”
512Brady, Lancaster (William Brady, Lancaster City for a short period) Broad squaring axe w/ 9 3/8” edge, F-G
513H.H. Stricker (Henry H. Stricker, Reinholds Station & Vinemont, Lancaster & Berks Co.) lugged felling axe, G
515Signed, G. Yard (???), continental form timber framer’s Twibil mortise axe w/ 45” total length over head, oval tapered socket, 5 1/2” shielded handle/socket, 2” flat edge paring head & 5/8” socket chisel head, G
516J.P. Lutteinghaus (* German??) right hand “Goosewing” axe w/ “flat-back” tapered off-set socket w/ chamfered top, small raised butt plate, & raised weld deflector, G+. Axe has 14” pointed tip edge, G+
517E.W. Carpenter, Lancaster (possible wooden thread-screw & vise only) 90” Antique joiner’s workbench w/ single side-screw vise. The bench has heavy mortise& tenon construction stretcher base, thick bread board framing on left side. The bench has been cut-down & is missing tail-screw vise, also missing most of the shaving tray. F. The bench is 90”L X 32”W (41”over thread-screw) X 32 1/4” H. *Note – Internet bidders must pick-up or arrange for moving due to size
5202 – Stanley hand planes: #110 block, NIB; Stanley Bailey #4 1/2 wide smooth bench jack, embossed lever cap, G+-Vg
5212 – Stanley Bailey bench planes, G+-Vg: #5 smooth bench jack, post WWII; #6-C fore plane, last pat. date 8-19-1902
5222 – Stanley planes: “Victor” #20 adjustable circular/compass plane, poorly repaired crack to “frog” adjustment; #190 improved rabbet, G+-Vg
5233 – Various edge tools: machinist made 6 1/2” shoulder rabbet, G-G+; Clifton #400-3 1/4” shoulder rabbet w/ original box, Vg; “no name” small plate router, G
524Tray lot assorted specialty tools: Greenlee No. 735 “Knockout Punch” kit, Vg; Meldum Engineering Co. “Burner’s Aid” kit (some parts missing); 6 – Pc. graduated cork stopper cutter set, G-Vg; cellarman’s cork knife, G+
5252 – Boxed, graduated chisel sets: 4pc. Stanley #60 wood chisel set w/ neoprene handles, roll & original box; 5pc Winsted socket handle “Pocket” chisels, NIB
526Tray lot assorted NIB (New old stock) tools: Stanley “Handyman” #H1220 hand drill; Irwin 18/16 auger bit; Irwin expansion bit; 9 – various Stanley #110R auger bits
5274 – Original boxed measuring devices: 2 – Starrett micrometers in wood cases; Brown & Sharp Mfg. micrometer in wood case; Starrett #563 Hermaphrodite divider/caliper
5284 – Various tools: 2 – Asian wooden draw planes, G-Vg; Estwing: rubber grip claw hammer, G; #1 leather grip hatchet, Vg
5294 – Various Stanley hammers, G-Vg: 3 –claw hammers (1 – rubber grip, metal shaft); #311B 20oz. ball-peen
530Assembled graduated set of 8 Stanley wood chisels: 8 – “Professional” #16- series & 1 - #60 in plastic case, Vg
533Millers Falls #210 “bench mount” hand crank drill press w/ adjustable drill plate & heavy iron frame
534Berger & Sons #DPC-95-1314 “Vultee” 17 1/2” engineer’s “Dumpy” sight level W/ oak case & wooden tripod, G+
5364 – Stanley hand planes, G+-VG: #4 bench jack, #9 1/4 block plane; #60 low angle block; #220 block
5373 – Iron frame levels: Starrett #98-8” machinist level, NIB; Goodell-Pratt, 12”, G; Stanley #36-12”, Vg
538Tray lot assorted tools: 2 – Speedball #15/4140 - 5pc. carving chisel sets, NIB; Pacific Lumber Company, wooden grain reference set, in original box, VG
539Tray lot assorted measuring devices, G-G+: Keen Kutter 10” try square; 4 – assorted sliding-T bevels (various types & makers); 3 – pr. Stanley #4 trammel point sets
540Tray lot assorted tools: Osborne: iron pistol grip slitting gauge (missing blade); #149 Arch punch, NIB; Stanley saw set, Vg; 2 – various saw pad/handles; unknown maker, tool handle, G
541Tray lot assorted tools: Sargent #81 dbl.-edge rabbet plane (damage to nose mount); 8 – assorted owner name punches; G. unknown maker, traveling merchants’ hanging scales in mahogany case, G (some possible damage to parts)
542Tray lot 4 – assorted measuring devices: Stanley #49 bit gauge, NIB; Craftsman #3944 butt gauge, w/ original box, G+; Brown & Sharp #1 micrometer in wooden case, G+; Stanley #95 butt marking gauge, G+
5434 – Assorted drilling devices: Goodell-Pratt, right-angle hand crank drill, G; unsigned T-auger handle, G; North Bros. “Yankee” chain drill, Vg; Stearns & Co. adjustable hollow-auger, F-G
544Tray lot assorted tools: Buck Bros. 8” carpenter’s drawknife, G+; Stanley #66 hand beader (no blades); Stanley “sweetheart” scraper, Vg+; General #810 blade honing gauge, Vg in original box
5452 – Hand planes: Fulton 8 3/4” raise-handle transitional block plane, G+-Vg; machinist made, aluminum core-box plane w/ 2 – wings, G+
550Union Factory, H. Chapin, #245 rosewood & fruitwood screw arm plow plane w/ rosewood plane body & fence, fruitwood threads, knobs & stops. The plane has brass nose plate that is marked w/ owners’ E. Steffy, & E.E. Myers (unknown origin, possible Elijah E. Myers, a Pennsylvania born Civil War Veteran that began in construction & eventually became an eminent architect in Detroit Mich.) G+-Vg
551“No Name” #114-4” wooden panel field raising plane (unknown maker), possible replacement handle (?), Vg
5524 – Wooden edge tools: matched pr. J. Kellogg, Amherst, MS. handled T&G planes; early unsigned, wedge arm plow plane w/ brass stop-screw on wooden depth gauge, G-G+; lg. homemade oak D-router, G+
553Tray assorted measuring devices: Starrett, 14-20P micrometer in wood case; Scherr-Tumico Inc. 0-1” micrometer (deep throat) in wood case; surgical saw in slide-lid case; #1801 German made drafting set (complete), VG
5562 – Disston handsaws: “Keystone” #K-3-8pt. “Pacemaker” model w/ track race graphics, G+; #D7-26”-7pt. Vg
5573 – Disston & Sons handsaws: #D-95-10pt. w/ two-tone brown resin handle, Vg; #D23-8pt, G+; #D95-8 w/ green & red resin handle, G
558*Restorer Lot: 3 – Disston handsaws F+-G: 2 – early Henry Disston #7 w/ brass split-nuts; later “The Great American Special”
5593 – Disston & Sons handsaws, G+: “Nineteen-Forty Special” 8pt. w/ transportation graphics; #D23-5 1/2pt.; D8-8pt.
5602 – Early “Nib-back” panel saws, F-G: Hill & Davenport (acquired by Disston in 1868) 28”-5pt. w/ brass split-nuts; Lake (?) 28 1/2”-5pt. replaced handle
5613 – Wooden levels: 2 – Disston: #19-26” cherry, G+; pat. 10-29-1912, dbl.-side brass capped cherry wood, G+; Stanley #18-28” brass capped ends, G+
5622 – Stanley wooden levels: “sweetheart” #3-24 w/ “Seasoned Cherry…” full label, Vg; #257N-24” drilled hanger hole, F
5645 – Assorted marking gauges: unsigned “stair-type” wooden siding marking gauge, Vg; Stanley #88 adjustable siding marking gauge, G+; 3 – Disston wooden marking gauges, F-Vg
5664 – Various tools: Initialed “J.M.” square poll flat tail hand adze, G+; “Hammer-Plus” magnetic-nail poll claw hammer w/ rubber grip metal handle, Vg; Vaughn 16oz. claw hammer, Vg; Osborne upholsterer’s tack hammer, Vg
5675 – Assorted Stanley tools: #49 bit gauge, NIB; “sweetheart” #138 level sight set, Vg. partial #138 level sight set, G (w/ box); 2 - #251A ratchet tap wrench (1 – NIB), Vg
5683 – Hand planes: Stanley: “Handyman” 9” bench jack, Vg (in original box); #220 block G+; Fulton 7” block, G+
5694 – Handsaws, G+-Vg: Disston & Sons: flooring saw, G; 2 – 12” small handsaws, G-G+; Craftsman #9-3514-AL dovetail saw, Vg
5702 – Drilling devices: unsigned, pat. 3-23-1880, combination brace hand drill, F; General Hardware Mfg. Co #10 adjustable washer cutter, Vg
571Tray lot assorted “New in Box or Package” tools: 3 – Lufkin #C253-50ft. steel tape measures, 10 – General 6” tempered steel rules; Stanley brad set; Stanley “Strip-Driver”; Stanley 1/2” “Powerbore” bit
5728 – Assorted measuring devices, F-G: 6 – various try squares (3 – metal handled); Bailey 6” flush-T bevel; Chas. Maryl, Phila. sliding-T bevel, G
5738 – Assorted spiral drive screwdriver/drills: A.H. Reid, Phila., Pat. 12-12-1882, w/ rosewood knurl, Vg; Yankee #130A, Vg; Goodell-Pratt, pat. 5-12-1903; etc.
57411 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, F-Vg. Makers: Scioto Works; Varvill & Son; Auburn Tool; John Denison; etc.
5765 – Assorted wooden molding planes: European unsigned, screw arm reed molding (missing blade & fence plate altered); 2 – handled panel grooving planes: W. Richmond, adjustable sole fence, G+; J.T. Jones, Phila. G; Auss. 7 3/4” horned smoothing block, Vg; 7 1/4” sash fillister (?), Vg
577Tray lot assorted tools: decorative chrome plated hatchet, G+; 7 – assorted wood threading taps, G-Vg; Wright Machine Co. jeweler’s planishing hammer, Vg; 8 – assorted tang handled chisel, G-Vg
578Tray lot assorted measuring devices: 6 – assorted small tape measures (various makers), F-Vg; Port Austin, replacement level vials in original box, G; partial K.& E, drafting set, G (1 – part missing)
5798 – Assorted hollow & round wooden molding planes, G. Makers: Union Factory, H. Chapin; J. Kellogg; Owasco Tool Co.; etc.
5807 – Assorted wooden bead molding planes, F-G. Makers: Sandusky; Union Factory, H. Chapin; H. Wilson, New York; D. Colton & B. Sheneman, Phila.; etc.
58117 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, F+-Vg. Makers: J. Denison; H. Chapin; J.M. Faber; etc.
582Tray lot assorted tools: matched set of unknown chisels (possibly plane makers or for pocket lock mortise??); 5 – assorted scratch-stock scrapers, G
58311 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, G-Vg. Makers: Sandusky; J. Killam; Auburn Tool Co; I. Mundy; W. Boyd; etc.
58417 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes. Makers: Randall & Cook, Albany; Union Factory, Chapin-Stephens; Mathieson; etc.
585Tray lot assorted tools: Ace tap & die set w/ oak case, Vg; Starrett #656-441 dial micrometer; Jaeger speed indicator gauge, G; small hand held microscope, F; Stanley Handyman #H1297-18” aluminum level, Vg; etc.
5866 – Assorted wooden molding planes, F-G+: B. Dyson, small side bead; Barry & Way, N. York, tongue plane; Beacher & Addis, New Haven, tongue plane; unsigned, 3/4” tongue plane; unsigned pilaster groover or sash chord plane (?)
58710 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, G-G+. Makers: E. Baldwin; Greenfield Tool Co.; Auburn Tool Co.; J. & J. Gibson, Albany; etc.
5886 – Assorted wooden bead & side bead molding planes, F-G. Makers: M. Copeland; Greenfield Tool Co; etc.
58910 – Assorted wooden hollow & round molding planes, F+-G. Maker: Edward Carter, Tyron, NY.; D. Bensen, Albany; Way & Sherman, Albany; etc.
590Tray lot wooden planes & assorted booklets: 11 – assorted hollow & round molding planes, assorted makers, G-G+; 1915, Thatcher Furnace Co.: 2 - Thatcher Ranges catalog; Pratt & Whitney Co., #7 Small Tools catalog; etc.
5913 – Disston & Sons, handsaws: #D8-20”-9pt., Vg; “Disston Junior”20”-9pt, Vg; 1950, 26”-8pt. “National Hardware Special” w/ brown resin handle, G+
5923 – Disston & Sons handsaws, G+-Vg: “The Great American Special” 26”-8pt. w/ factory graphics; #D8-26”-8pt; #7-28”-5pt.
5933 – Resin handled Disston & Sons handsaws, F-G+: 2 - #D95-25” w/ green & brown handle; #D-111-26”-8pt. w/ black resin handle
5943 – Various handsaws, G-VG: Disston & Sons, #D23-10pt; Moore Bros. “Empire Saw Works” 8pt; #D12-11pt.
595Tray lot assorted tools & collectibles: “Western Line Yardsticks” salesman’s sample box, Vg; Stanley “Bell System” 6ft. zig-zag rule, Vg; “Goat-horn” novelty hammer, Vg; 2 – Upholsterer’s hammers (1 – Heller Bros.)
597Tray lot assorted trade advertising & collectibles: Coca-Cola bottle opener; “Toffee” candy hatchet; McGill money changer, G; Society of Master Painters & Decorators, “Wet Paint” sign; metal “Caution, Keep Aisle Clear” sign
5983 – Metal measuring devices: T/D “Knock-down” framing square, pat. dated 2-27-1906, G; Lufkin: #1173-ME zig-zag rule, G+; “PDH” #1306D-6ft. zig-zag rule, G+
599Tray lot assorted measuring devices: iron plumb bob, G+; 4 – small pocket tape measures, G; 7 – assorted zig-zag folding rules: 4 – Stanley (1- Victor “Engineers” #816); Klein Tools; Dunlap; Evans & Co; 2 – Interlox slide-by rules
6003 – Handsaws: 2 – Disston & Sons: “Nineteen-Forty Special” 8pt. w/ transportation graphics, G+-Vg; #D23-10pt. G; “no name” combination angle/square/handsaw w/ walnut handle, G
602*Restorer lot: 3 – Early handsaws, F-G: Henry Disston, 4pt. w/ eagle button & brass split-nuts; Keystone #K-6 “Challenger” w/ speedboat graphics; 27 1/2”-5pt. “Warranted Superior”
603Tray lot 7 – assorted handsaws: Disston: 8” iron back “meat packer” saw, G; #10 coping saw w/ original box; 2 – veneering saws, Vg; 3 – various backsaws, F-G: 2 - Henry Disston “Arch Strike” 12” tenon saws; Jackson 8” dovetail saw w/ open grip handle
Catalogue Reference codes:
|NIB||New in Box||Tool in original box with no noted use. Possible small rust to metal parts from storage in box. Overall mint condition.|
|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.|