First run of tools for July. Stuff has been slow to get here and been
moving out pretty quick but there are still plenty of good tools on here.
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Vintage Black Powder Wrench & Screwdriver Gun Tool. Measuring 3" long,
the wrench is 3/16" square, the screwdriver is 3/16" wide, and this
weighs 1/2 oz unboxed. The only mark is a small star on the one side.
This is in decent condition and was cleaned. There is a little overall
patina. The wrench end has a little wear but no cracks. The screwdriver
tip is good, This ain't minty but this is not a commonly found tool of
this type. $18.00
Three Buck Bros Cast Steel Firmer Chisels. The first one is 3/8" wide,
7 1/8" from the edge to the end of the socket, the b lade is 4 9/16"
long, this is 10 5/8" overall, the middle one is 3/4" wide, 7 1/2" from
the edge to the end of the socket, the b lade is 5 1/16" long, this is
10 3/4" overall, the last one is 1" wide, 8" from the edge to the end of
the socket, the b lade is 5 1/16" long, this is 12 5/8" overall, and
they weigh 1 lb 1 3/4 oz unboxed. All three have the same mark. These
are in decent condition and were cleaned. The back in the 3/8" has some
light pitting up at the edge, the 3/4" has some light frosting, and the
1" has some pitting at the edge and some along the side. The tops all
have some light patina. The socket on the 3/8" has a little
mushrooming, the socket on the 3/8" has a void on the one side where the
socket meets the b lade, and the socket on the 1" is good save for some
frosting. The handles are all replacements done by somebody else.
These ain't pretty or perfect but they are quality working tools. $36.00
Stanley Rule & Level No 80 Cabinet Scraper Plane. This weighs 1 lb 6 oz
unboxed. The B casting mark was used on Stanley tools made between 1899
and 1902. This is in decent condition and was cleaned. The sole has
some scratches, frosting, and some light pitting at the rear. The
japanning is original and about 80%. The blade clamp has some light
pitting on the inside. All the screws work and were oiled. This will
need a blade, I don't have any here that would fit. This ain't minty
but it will get the job done. $24,00
Small Early Hand Forged Jointers Draw Bore Pin. Measuring 6 1/2" long,
1/8" in diameter at the tip, 7/16" below the eye, and this weighs 2 oz
unboxed. Not signed as to the maker. This is in decent condition and
was cleaned. There is a little overall patina. The tip has a slight
wave to it. I did take down some sharp stuff around the edge of the
striking end. The eye is good. This ain't perfect but these guys have
sure been hard to come by of late. $17.00
Kraeuter No 350-8 Rivet Set or Setter. Measuring 4" long, the post hole
is 1/8" in diameter, the dimple is 1/4", and this weighs 5 3/4 oz
unboxed. This is in reasonably good condition and was cleaned. The head
has a little staining but nothing too bad patina wise. The face and
holes are good. The finish is worn a little. The striking end has a
little mushrooming. This ain't minty but it will get the job done. $17.00
Wood Carvers Mallet NOS. Measuring 10" overall, the head is 4 1/8" high,
3 5/8" in diameter across the top, and this weighs 1 lb 2 1/4 oz
unboxed. Not signed as to the maker. This is NOS (that's New Old Stock).
I did remove a thick coating of wax on it and put some of my own special
blend on it, but there still is a little on there. The head has a large
knot on the one side and a small hole on the other. There is a grain
line where the head starts but it's not cracked. NOTE: I have a number
of these and the mallet you get will vary slightly from the picture.
I'll send pics of the one you get before shipping. $17.00
Blacksmith Forged 2 lb Cross Peen Hammer Head. Measuring 4 3/4" long,
the face is 1 7/16" wide, 1 3/8" high, the peen is 1 1/2" wide, and this
weighs 2 lbs 2 1/4 oz unboxed. Marked F K on the one side and Hands Off
on the other along with the decorative stamps. Neat eh? This is in
decent condition and was cleaned. The one side has some light pitting,
the other side some deeper pitting. Somebody else dressed some
mushrooming off of the face. The face has some dings and light cut
marks. The peen has some light roughness. The punched eye is a little
uneven but it's solid. This ain't minty but I sure don't see too many
of these guys that are signed and decorated. $22.00
Early Hand Forged European Style Cobblers Hammer Head. Measuring 6 1/8"
long (straight across), the face is 1 1/4" in diameter, the peen is 1
5/16" wide, and this weighs 12 3/4 oz unboxed. Not signed as to the
maker, other than a 1 stamped on the top. This is a forged and not a
cast head. This is in decent condition and was cleaned. There is some
overall patina. The face has some light pitting, dings, and a scratch
running up the one side. The peen also has some pitting and light dings
and I did run a file over a little bit of mushrooming on the underside.
The punched eye is good save for a few dings around the top on the
inside. This ain't pristine by any stretch but these guys have sure
been few and far between of late. $24.00
L S Starrett No 281 American Standard Wire Gage. This weighs 2 3/4 oz
unboxed. This is in good condition and was cleaned by someone else.
There are few dots of light pitting on the back but nothing too bad.
All the holes and slots are clear and the edges are good. This ain't
pristine but it sure ain't bad. $17.00
Stanley SW No 21 12 Inch Combination Square. This weighs 11 1/4 oz
unboxed. Christian Bodmer of New Britain, CT was granted Pat. No.
1,213,578 on Jan. 23, 1917 for the design of this tool. This is in
reasonably good condition for the age and was cleaned. The rule has
some frosting and scratches but all the rulings are readable. The edges
have some light dings. The head still has most of the plating on the
inside but there is a little funky that didn't want to come off. The
machined surfaces are good save for some light dings. The locking screw
works. This ain't pristine but these guys rarely are. $19.00
Vintage 5 1/4 lb Doming Raising Hammer Head. Measuring 5 7/8" long, the
faces are 1 3/4" and 2 3/8" in diameter, and this weighs 5 lb 1/4 oz
unboxed. Not signed as to the maker. This is in decent condition and
was cleaned. There is some overall pitting and patina on the head. The
smaller face has some pitting, the bigger face just some light stuff.
The rim around the small face is worn, the rim around the bigger face is
rolled back a little. The eye has a little crusty inside but it's
solid. This ain't minty but these guys sure don't show up very often,
especially in this size. $55.00
Stanley No 59 Dowel Jig. This weighs 1 lb 5 1/4 oz unboxed. This is in
good condition and was not cleaned. The plating on the tool is near
perfect save for a couple of small spots. Both screws work. This comes
with 4 guides, 3/16", 1/4", 3/8", and the 1/2" Those are also good, save
for a few tiny dots and a couple of scuffs. This also has the
instruction pamphlet in case you need to figure out how to use this
guy. This is missed the depth stop for the drill bits. This ain't
complete but it's pretty close to minty otherwise. $20.00
Hand Forged Small Stone Mason Prospecting Hammer Head. Measuring 5 1/2"
long (straight across), the face is 11/16" square, the peen is 1 1/16"
wide, and this weighs 11 3/4 oz unboxed. Not signed as to the maker.
This is in decent condition and was cleaned. There is some overall
light patina and chisel marks all around the head in front of the eye.
The face is good other than some light dings and a whisker of
mushrooming around the edge. The peen has a small chip out of the
center. The punched eye is good other than a little crusty on the
inside. This ain't pristine but considering the age of the tool, it
sure ain't bad. $16.00
Stanley Rule & Level No 140 Skew Rabbet Block Plane Blade. This weighs
1 3/4 oz unboxed. This is in decent condition and was cleaned. There
is some light pitting on the front. The cutting face on the back has
some frosting. The slots are good. This ain't pristine but it will get
the job done. $28.00
P S Stubs 4 Inch Lancashire Pattern Outside Caliper. Measuring 4 3/8"
long and this weighs 1 oz unboxed. The mark is tiny and located between
the nut and the spring. This is in decent condition and was cleaned.
There is a patch of pitting on the spring and on the one arm. The rest
is good. The screw threads are also good and the nut travels the full
distance. This ain't minty but it is a quality tool. $15.00
Early L S Starrett No 36 8 Inch Lock Joint Outside Transfer Caliper.
Measuring 8 3/8" from the top of the joint to the tips and this weighs 6
1/2 oz unboxed. Laroy S. Starrett and Charles P. Fay of Athol, MA were
granted Pat. No. 539,759 on May 21, 1895 for the design of this tool.
This is in reasonably good condition and was not cleaned. There are
some small spots and dots of patina on the arms and the main locking nut
but nothing too bad. There are user initials stamped on the back. The
main joint is good, The fine adjustment is a little stiff but it
works. The transfer screw also works. This ain't perfect but
considering that it's at the least 105 years old, well it sure ain't
J S Cantelo Patent 1891 Spring Catch 6 Inch Draw Knife. Measuring 13
3/4" overall (when opened), the blade is 6 3/16" long, 1 1/16" to 1 1/8"
wide across the edge, and this weighs 1 lb 4 1/2 oz unboxed. John S.
Cantelo of Boston, MA was granted Pat. No. 454,848 on June 30, 1891 for
the design of this tool. This is in decent condition and was cleaned by
someone else. The back has some staining and an area of light rust
etching but nothing too bad. The front also has some light patina.
Both catches work but the plating is worn. The handles have some light
wear and dings but are solid. This ain't pristine but this is not a
commonly found size for one of these tools. $85.00
Four Gimlet Tip Bits For A Brace or Bitstock. The first one is a 5,
(these are in 32nds of a inch increments in cause you were asleep in
class that day in first grade), the next one is a 6, the next one is a
7, the last one is an 11, and they weigh 3 3/4 oz unboxed. All are in
reasonably good condition. All were lightly cleaned but they were not
bad to start with. There is a little patina up in the grooves but
nothing too bad. The edges feel good but that doesn't mean that they
won't need a touch-up. None of these are notched for a bitstock but
that is easy enough to do. It sure ain't getting any easier to put
these sets together. $18.00
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