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- Seneca Falls (New York), model "Challenge", pat'd June 12, 1877. This
saw is in working order and would make a great addition to your collection.
made by Landers, Frary & Clark Metal Works. This chopper has a kidney shaped
blade and wooden handle. The chopper measures 7" high.
Grater C. 1880, made of metal with tin grater and two wooden handles. This tool
measures 4" high.
- This stanley line level measures 3" long. Made in U.S.A. Screw on top
may be replaced.
- this bicycle wrench is made by Lamson and Session. It is marked L & S Co.
Cleveland. Closed it measures 4-1/2" long.
- this self adjusting pipe wrench is marked "Patented". It is made by
Reed. It measures 19" long.
tool - unusual style combination cool (hammer, hatchet, wrench, etc). This tool is
unmarked and measures 13" long.
Gauge - this gauge is a No. 92 and is made of Rosewood and brass by Stanley. It is
marked also Pat. Pen'g. It measures about 7-1/2".
- this is a "Champion" Quick adjusting wrench that is pat. 3/15/21. It
measures about 8" long.
- this Baxter's Improved diagonal wrench, Pat. July 17, 1883. This wrench measures
about 13-1/2" long.
in the box Stanley level model 34V6, manufactured in New Britain, Conn, USA.
Measures 6" long.
cast metal wheelwrights traveler with original red and black paint. Some wear to
each as would be expected.
spoke shave in an unusual size and in good condition. Measures 3-3/4" long.
wood marker with wooden handle and brass ferrule. Measures 7-1/2" long.
1906 U.S. Cavalry sketching case. Board with rollers (6-3/4" x 7-1/2")
with set screw for paper. Came with a swiveling handle strap (now broken).
Replace padded panels in case.
Harvey W. Peace Vulcan Sawworks, Brooklyn New York hand saw. Handle place is marked
patent July 8, 1883. Made for White and Wills, Chicago Illinois.
|Stanley Rule and
Level Company No. 35 adjustable wood plane. Measures 10" long and 5-1/4"
high. Please click photo at left to view mark.
|Stanley No. 6
blind nailer / chisel gauge, type I (1888-1906). Measures 3" long.
|No. 60 Type 16
(WWII) Stanley plane. Circa 1943-1946.
|Pair of No. 98 and
No. 99 Stanley Side Rabbets.
|No. 110 Type 4a
Stanley plane. Circa 1878-1879.
|No. 4-1/2 Stanley
plane, like new.
& Sons Rule/Level. Very difficult to find.
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