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CATALOG OF WRENCHES for the
2013 York Spring ANTIQUE WRENCH AUCTION

Wrenches from the collections of Monte Shockman Estate, Don Ervin,
Lawrence "Sonny" Ruff and others


Friday April 19, and Saturday April 20, 2013

AUCTION STARTS AT 12:30 P.M. FRIDAY (approximately 1/2 hour after Wrench Club Meet ends)
AND AT 8:30 A.M. SATURDAY

AT THE CITY AUDITORIUM, 6TH & NEBRASKA AVENUE
YORK, NEBRASKA


Winkelman Auction Service and Norm Green Realty and Auctions Auctioneers
York, Nebraska - Phone 402-362-5595 or 888-313-3944


York is located 40 minutes west of Lincoln, 90 minutes west of Omaha
and 60 minutes east of Grand Island (two miles north of I-80, Exit 353).
The York City Auditorium is 1 block east of the Courthouse on 6th Street



The bulk of the 2400 items for this auction come from the Monte Shockman Estate. Monte was a long time Missouri Valley Wrench club member from Boise, Idaho and collected mostly farm and automobile wrenches. Lawrence "Sonny" Ruff from Logan, Kansas added a few more including a good selection of H. D. Smith Perfect Handle tools. Don Ervin contributed some good adjustable, motorcycle and hardware company wrenches including several Winchester and KeenKutter. A few more individual consignments (including the Casaday cutout wrench) round out the auction.

Some of the "Top Drawer" wrenches in the auction include: The cutout Casaday, Dain wrench marked Clutch - BP495, a Shapleigh Hardware Co. four inch Crescent type wrench., IHC S2128. and many other rare farm and adjustable wrenches. The H. D. Smith Perfect Handle, motorcycle, automobile hubcap and wire wheel wrench selections are the best we have ever offered at auction

CONTACT INFORMATION
Auction Manager:
Don 'Bus' Haury
7913 SW 24th - Halstead, KS, 67056
316-284-7345 or 316-283-5876
donhaury@southwind.net
Absentee Bids:
Stan Schulz
659 E 9th - York, NE 68467-3109
402-362-7686
mvwcnews@neb.rr.com

Terms of the Sale:
All bids & settlement in U.S. Currency. Cash or check with proper id. No items to be removed until settled for. Auction Co. & owners shall not be responsible for any accident or loss. Sold as is where is. No guarantees or warranties expressed or implied. Statements made sale day will take precedence over any printed ad. No credit cards.


Sales tax
7% sales tax will be collected. (5.5% state + 1.5% city) If you have a state tax exempt number you must bring a copy to the sale or mail a copy to Stan Schulz if absentee bidding. We will need a copy of your tax exempt number for our records or you must pay the tax. No exceptions!!

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Absentee bids may be submitted by mail, email, or phone -- mail or e-mail preferred. Bid by lot number, with a statement of the maximum amount you wish to bid for each lot. Also please indicate if you are willing to go "one increment higher" if your high bid is elsewhere on the floor. Your bid will be entered competitively at one bid increment over the next highest bid or 50 per cent of your maximum bid, whichever is higher. Thus you may purchase your item for less than your maximum bid. A 5% handling charge (minimum of $3.00) will be added to the selling price of winning absentee bids, plus shipping, insurance and sales tax if applicable. If insurance is not purchased we will not be responsible for loss or damage. Don't be afraid to submit "low-ball" bids. You could win some bargains.

We have listed some of the box lots that will be sold choice wrench and absentee bids will be accepted on these listed items. Just give us the lot number and item number when submitting your bids.

Please include your phone number or email address as all absentee bidders will be notified by phone or by email. Notification will begin a few days after the sale as it takes some time to sort, weigh, wrap, and determine the shipping charges.

Notice: Stan's mother and youngest son passed away within two days of each other last week (April 12th and 13th) so Stan may be a little late getting the absentee bids shipped out. See the The Wrenching News Home page for more details on Stan's tragic loss.

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A WORD ON CONDITION: Because of the character of their use and storage wrench condition can hardly be judged to the same standards as other tools. I have tried to note all faults such as missing parts, cracks, pitting, over cleaning, repairs, etc. Likewise the wrenches in this auction that are in exceptional fine or excellent condition have been so noted, even a common wrench that has survived the years in almost unused condition is a rarity. This leaves the wrenches listed with no mention of condition which covers all those that are in good to good plus collectible condition and with no major flaws. Note: Most of the cast wrenches in this auction have been covered with a clear coating. While this protected the wrenches from new rusting it enhances the pitting and other minor defects especially in the photographs. Fortunately the coating is easily removed if the new owner so desires.

Other info:
* Measurements are usually rounded off to the nearest 1/4".
* The markings on the wrenches are in all capital letters.
* a / separates markings on one side of the wrench from the other side.
* If a wrench is misnumbered in a photo the description number will prevail.
* All farm type wrenches are cast malleable iron unless noted otherwise.
* To search for a particular wrench or company (for example IHC, Deere, Coes, adjust etc,) use the find on this page in the edit menu. I have tried to list the company or companies associated with each wrench.

Order of Sale:
Friday, April 19:The last 200 or so of the individual lots starting at around Lot No. 860 and all of the Choice Box Lots.
Saturday April 20: All the remaining individual lots starting at Lot No. 1.

For more information on the Wrench Auction and the Missouri Valley Wrench Club Meet see

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This auction catalog was created and is hosted by Don "Bus" Haury.
Any questions or comments please email Bus or phone 316-284-7345.


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List of Wrenches
The Wrenching News 2013 Spring Antique Wrench Auction

April 19-20, 2013 - York, Nebraska

Farm Equipment Type Wrenches (Lots 1 thru 99)

0001. HESTER PLOW CO - 1 (Jacksonville, Florida) - - 14" with pitting. (R1-232)

0002. CHILDS / WOOD BEAM (Chas. H, Child & Co, - Utica, NY) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-103)

0003. CC PLOW CO / ELMIRA NY - - 8.5". Has a jaw crack otherwise excellent. (R1-73)

0004. WILKINSON PLOW CO TORONTO - 80 - - 11.25". Good+. (R-1489)

0005. BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. - - 10" Coes Wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with spilt split adjusting knurled knob. Good with some dings and bruises, light pitting, former owner's initials carved on handle. (HP33)

0006. W. I. KEMP CO (Syracuse and Newark Valley, NY) - - 9.5" W. I. Kemp was the son of J. S. Kemp founder of Kemp & Burpee which was later acquired by Deere & Co. Good+ with spots of very light pitting. (R1-278)

0007. M. T. M. CO. - L 5 / M. T. M. CO. (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co) - - 12" wood handled Bemis & Call combination pipe and nut wrench. Rare wrench, first one we have had to sell. Good+ with a couple wood handle cracks and nicks. (R2-204)

0008. SEARS / SEARS (Albert H. Sears. Mfg. Co.- Plano, Illinois) - - 7.75" with hammer head. Good++. (R1-417)

0009. WM. J. OLIVER IMP. / CHILLED PLOW (Knoxville, Tenn.) - - 8". Good++. (R1-490)

0010. F. C. DRILL CO. (Fountain City Drill Co. - La Crosse, Wisc.) - - 8.25". Good++. (R1-170)

0011. S. A. LOOSE & SON / 102 - HAMBURG PA. - - 10". Good++. (R1-300)

0012. TOLEDO PLOW CO (Toledo, Ohio) - - 10". Severe pitting. (R1-456)

PiCs Lots 1 thru 12

0013. 1340 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 13.5" double open ended steam engine wrench (straight ends variant). Good+ with light pitting. (R2-216)

0014. 1340 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 12.5" double open ended steam engine wrench (one end angled variant). Good++. (R1-216)

0015. 4332 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 9" heavy steam engine socket. Casting flaw. (R1-352)

0016. 4851 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 10.5: Steam engine wrench. Pitted. (R2-216, R2-216)

0017. 299 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) / ("B" in a square logo) - - 9.5" steam engine wrench. Good+. (R1-352, R2-216)

0018. 4726 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 11" steam engine wrench with single open end at 90°.Excellent. (R2-216)

0019. 296 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 6" steam engine set screw wrench. Good+. (R1-352, R2-216)

0020. F. E. MYERS & BRO. CO. / ASHLAND, OHIO USA - 3774 - - 14.25" open end by face spanner. Painted.

0021. OIL WELL SUPPLY CO LTD / OIL CITY PA - - 9". Excellent. (R1-359)

0022. WOOLF ENGINE / OIL WELL SUPPLY CO / OIL CITY PA - - 9". Excellent. (R1-497)

0023. MONMOUTH / 141 (Monmouth Plow Co. - Monmouth, IL) - - 9" with pitting. (R1-335)

0024. MONMOUTH (Monmouth Plow Co. - Monmouth, IL) - - 7". Light pitting. (R1-335)

0025. NICHOLSONS / 8127 - - 8.5". Good++. Variation not shown in Rathbone. (R1-353)

PiCs Lots 13 thru 25

0026. MORRISON 261 (Morrison Mfg Co - Ft. Dodge, Iowa) - - 12" with hammer head. Good+ with small drilled hang hole. (R1-340)

0027. MORRISON MFG CO (Ft. Dodge, Iowa) - - 10", Pitted. (R1-340)

0028. MORRISON / FORT MADISON (Fort Madison, Iowa) - - 8.25". Some light pitting. (R1-340)

0029. MORRISON 260 (Morrison Mfg. Co. - Fort Dodge, Iowa) - - 10". Light pitting. (R1-340)

0030. Lot of three: Different MONTGOMERY WARD Cream Separator wrenches.

0031. Lot of two different H67 (Ohio Rake Co.?) - - 6.25". Different wrenches than the parts book picture for Ohio Rake H67 in Rathbone. . Note: one wrench has a bar across the small box end opening, the other doesn't, both have open end jaws broken off. (R1-359)

0032. Lot of two:
(1.) H63 (Oliver, Ohio Rake) - - 7" (R361, R359)
(2.) 642 (Gale / Ohio Rake) - - 6.5". Pitting. (R1-193, R1-359)

0033. X127 (with an "X" logo) (Ohio Rake) - - 7". Good++. (R359)

0034. MONARCH 226 - - 4.5". Excellent except for small area with light grind marks. (R1-297)

0035. Lot of two:
(1.) D582 (Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 10". Some pitting. (R1-357)
(2.) D888 (Ohio Rake) - - 9" with hammer head. Excellent. (R1-359)

0036. Lot of two:
(1.) OHIO RAKE CO. - DAYTON O. / X - - 8". Excellent. (R1-359)
(2.) same wrench as above marked only with a "X" (Oliver and Ohio Rake) - - 8". Over cleaned. (R1-361).

0037. 2331 (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) (Moore Plow &: Implement Co. (Greenville, Mich.) - - 6.75". Excellent. Only part book picture in Rathbone. R1-337)

0038. C126 (with an "X" logo) (D. S. Morgan & Co. - Brockport, NY) - - 8.75. Listed in Rathbone's Supplement (for Morgan's New clipper Mower) but not pictured. Pitted.

PiCs Lots 26 thru 38

0039. Famous Ohio - J276 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-357)

0040. S699 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-357)

0041. Lot of two: Ohio Cultivator Co. Wrenches.
(1.) OHIO - - 7" flat steel. Good+. (R1-357)
(2.) . WR - - 8.5". Pitted. (R1-357)

0042. Lot of two: E16 wrenches. Rathbone shows The E16 for Gale Mfg. Co., Ohio Cultivator Co. and Rock Island Plow Co. (R1-193, R1-357, R1-400)
(1.) E16 - - 7.25". Oval hole variant. Excellent.
(2.) E16 - - 7.25". Round hole variant. Excellent.

0043. D258 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 11.75". Good+. (R2-323)

0044. Lot of two: Ohio Cultivator Co. (Bellevue, Ohio) Wrenches.
(1.) Famous Ohio / M629 - - 5.75". Excellent.
(2.) Famous Ohio / M625 - - 5.75". Excellent.

0045. Lot of two: Different variations of the N201 Gas Engine four-way socket wrench (Nelson Bros - Saginaw, Mich. and Racine-Sattley / Montgomery Ward) - - 6.5". Excellent. (R2-257)

0046. Lot of three: Wrenches from the New Idea Spreader Co. (Coldwater, Ohio) (R1-349)
(1.) L140 ("STL" in a circle logo) - - 9". Good++.
(2.) L298 (double diamond logo) - - 8". Good+.
(3.) L297 (double diamond logo) - - 6". Excellent.

0047. MONITOR DRILL / A270 (Monitor Drill Co. - Minneapolis, Minn., later Moline Plow Co.) - - 7". Good+, light pitting. (R1-334)

0048. MONITOR DRILL / A763A (Monitor Drill Co. - Minneapolis, Minn., later Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-334)

0049. Lot of two:
(1.) 327 - NATIONAL (in script) - N.W.E. Co. - - 7". Steel. Excellent.
(2.) NATIONAL (in script) - - 9". Malleable. Excellent. (R1-346)

PiCs Lots 39 thru 49

0050. MAYTAG (No. 5) - - 5.5" Gas engine wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-317)

0051. MAYTAG (No. 4) - - 5.25" Gas engine wrench. Good++(R1-317)

0052. MAYTAG 14987 (No. 3) - - 5.25". Gas engine wrench. Excellent. (R1-317)

0053. Lot of two: Maytag Gas Engine Wrenches. (R1-317)
(1.) MAYTAG (No. 1) - - 5.25"
(2.) MAYTAG (No. 6) - - 5.25"

0054. Lot of two: Maytag Gas Engine Wrenches. (R1-317)
(1.) MAYTAG (No. 2) - - 5.25"
(2.) MAYTAG (No. 6) - - 5.25"

0055. Lot of four: Maytag Gas engines Wrenches, Etc. Including an excellent, like new Maytag No. 6 and two No. 9's (for the White No. 72 Tub Washer). (R1-317)

PiCs Lots 50 thru 55

0056. Lot of thirteen: Maytag (Newton, Iowa) advertising items, including three Maytag tokens commemorating the 6,000,00 (Oct. 21, 1949), 8,000,000 (April 2, 1953) and 9,000,000 (March 22, 1955) Maytag Washers built. Excellent.

PiCs Lot 56

0057. Lot of twenty-one scythe snath wrenches. An instant collection of these interesting small wrenches.

0058. Lot of twelve small cast malleable wrenches. Three were identified by the owner as belonging with Minnesota, Greist, and Howe sewing machines.

PiCs Lots 57 and 58

0059. AMERICAN HARROW CO. - DET. MICH./ DD198 - - 13.25". Good++. (R1-14).

0060. DD198 (American Harrow Co. Detroit, Mich.) - - 14.5". Large hex opening variation. Good++. (R1-14)

0061. N28 - - 8" with two square cutouts variation. Rathbone attributes the N28 wrench to both the American Harrow Co. and Frost & Wood. Good+ (R2-11)

0062. DD198 (American Harrow Co. Detroit, Mich.) - - 14.5". Rare variant like lot No. 60 above but with large square opening instead of hex. Good++. (R2-11))

0063. DD67 - AMERICAN HARROW CO. / DETROIT MICHIGAN USA - - 13.75". Good++. (R1-14)

0064. AMERICAN HARROW CO / DETROIT DISC - DD36 - - 15". Good++. (R1-14)

0065. ALLIS CHALMERS MFG. CO. - LA CROSSE WORKS / 300755 - - 11.5". Good++ with most of the original finish. (R1-11)

0066. TC369 (Allis Chalmers) - - 10". Good+ with most if the original finish. (R1-11)

0067. 644 (Birdsell Mfg. Co. - South Bend, Ind. later Allis Chalmers) - - 12" Rare double open ended S-wrench with bold high relief markings. This and the one with broken jaw ear show in Rathbone are the only two I have seen. (R1-11, R1-53)

0068. AMERICAN PLOW CO / MADISON, WIS. - B127 - - 9.5" Good+ with some minor pitting. (R1-15)

0069. ATHENS PLOW CO / B16 (with a "R" in a diamond logo) (Athens, Tenn.) - - 12" extra heavy. Good++. (R1-23)

0070. AAP Co. (Ayr American Plow Co., Ontario, Canada) - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-1, R2-1)

PiCs Lots 59 thru 70

0071. Lot of two: 5089 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 10" Tee socket wrenches. One is the three socket variation and the other has four sockets. Both in excellent condition. (R1-26)

0072. 94 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 14" tee socket wrench. Good+. (R2-18)

0073. A252 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 5" x 5" double L-socket for Avery Gas and Kerosene Tractors. Good+ with small tight socket edge crack. (R2-18)

0074. 214A (Advance-Rumely) - - 6.5" doe steam engine wrench. Good+. (R2-4)

0075. 169J (Advance-Rumely) - - 7.75" doe steam engine wrench. Good+. (R2-4)

0076. 96P (Advance-Rumely) - - 8" doe steam engine wrench. Good+. (R2-4)

0077. 768A (Adriance Platt & Co. - Poughkeepsie, NY, later Moline Plow Co.) 8". Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-5, R1-332)

0078. Lot of two:
(1.) 32 (with a star logo) (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass. or Belcher & Taylor, Chicopee Falls, Mass.) - - 8.25" oddball. Good++. (not shown in Rathbone)
(2.) Unmarked, like above - - 8.25".

0079. H272 (with crescent moon logo) (IHC, Aultman Miller Corn King Spreader, and Little Giant Fence Loom) - round hole with key and square box with four openings on shaft. variant- 15". Crack. (R1-17)

0080. Lot of three: Acme Harvester Co. (Peoria, ILL.) Wrenches. All good++ or better. (R1-4)
(1.) A883 - - 9.25" flat steel.
(2.) S852 - - 5" tee socket wrench.
(3.) ACME / A881 Acme Harvester Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 8.5".

0081. R122 (Acme Harvester Co. - Peoria, ILL.) 7". Good++. (R1-4)

0082. AIM CO 38 - - 9". Good++. Good++. (R1-2)

PiCs Lots 71 thru 82

0083. Lot of two: Adams Grader (Indianapolis, Ind.) Wrenches
(1.) 172 (with a dogbone logo) - - 10.5", Two sizes on open end variation. Good++. (R2-2)
(2.) 178 - - 6.5". Good++ with most of the original finish. (R2-2)

0084. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO / A163 (later IHC) - - 8.5". Good+ with some pitting. (R1-351)

0085. AVERY / 464 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 7". Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-26)

0086. Avery / 251 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 7.25". Excellent. (R1-26)

0087. Lot of two: Moline Plow Co. Wrenches
(1.) 3050 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 7.5". Some pitting. (R1-332)
(2.) 3050A (Moline Plow Co.) - - 7". Excellent. (R1-332)

0088. 768 (Adriance, Platt & Co. - Poughkeepsie, NY) - - 8". refinished. (R1- 5)

0089. Lot of three: Appleton Mfg Co. - Batavia, ILL. Wrenches. (R1-21)
(1.) C619 / APPLETON MFG CO - BATAVIA ILL USA - - 8". Good+ with some pitting.
(2.) C620 (Appleton Mfg Co) - - 10.5". Good++.
(3.) C621 (Appleton Mfg Co) - - 10". Good+.

0090. Lot of two: American Seeding Machine Co. Wrenches
(1.) 1250 (American Seeding Machine Co. originally A. C. Evans Mfg, Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 9.5". Good+ with some light pitting. (R2-92 - only parts list picture shown)
(2.) B573 (American Seeding Machine Co, originally Superior Drill Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-446, R1-16)

0091. A359 (Superior Drill Co. - Springfield , Ohio, later American Seeding Machine Co.) - - 8". Good++. (R1-16)

0092. A-68 (American Drill Co. - Marion, Ind.?) - - 9". Good++. (Listed in Rathbone's Supplement, not pictured)

0093. Lot of two: (Acme Harvester Co. (Peoria, ILL.) Pitman Wrenches. (R1-5)
(1.) M189 - - 6.5". Excellent.
(2.) M189 - TH (with a star logo) - - 6.5". Some pitting.

PiCs Lots 83 thru 93

0094. LA CROSSE PLOW CO. / K128 - - 17.75". Large wrench with graphic markings. Good++. (R1-289)

0095. K128 (Lacrosse Plow Co. / Allis-Chalmers) - - 17.75". Same wrench as above but with the La Crosse Plow Co. markings removed from the mold pattern. Possibly made after Allis-Chalmers acquired the Lacrosse Plow Co. First one I have seen. Pitting, mostly on one side. (variation not in Rathbone)

0096. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO A260 (later IHC) - - 19". Good+, painted some edge dings. (R1-351)

0097. 1407 (Emerson-Brantingham, later J. I. Case) - - 17". Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone, listed in supplement)

0098. THE OHIO CULTIVATOR CO (Bellevue, Ohio) / DA32 - - 15.75". Good++ with most of the original finish, casting flaws by jaws. (R1-357)

0099. ATHENS PLOW CO ATHENS TENNESSEE - T100 (with a "T" in a circle logo) - - 18.5". Excellent with most of the original finish?. (R1-23)

PiCs Lots 94 thru 99

Adjustable Nut Wrenches (lots 100 thru 131)

0100. PAT NO. 229437 / (five characters, unknown language) - - 9.25" all metal nut wrench with a novel eccentric cam and spring loaded lower jaw adjustment like the more commonly found Burston British patented wrench. Good++. (not listed)

0101. SCHROEDER RATCHET SPANNER / PATENT NO. 2599004 - MADE IN ENGLAND - - 8.75" double ended box end ratchet. Rare and Excellent. Looks like Canadian patent of April 24, 1906 issued to Frederick William Schroeder of London, England. (not listed)  PAT.

0102. W. BAXTER - PAT. DEC 1, 1868 / W. HAWKINS - DERBY, CT. (Baxter's "S" Model Wrench) - - 8.25". Hawkins Hardware Mfg. Co. of Derby, Conn. was one of several manufactures of the Baxter patented wrenches. Applicable patent was issued to William Baxter of Newark, New Jersey. Good+ with some markings to light to read. (like S305, C161)  PAT.

0103. Unmarked (Baxter's Improved Diagonal Wrench patent 7-17-1883) - - 6.5" double ender with the flat oval adjusting bolt head. William Baxter's patent improving the original 1856 patent. Good+. (S462)  PAT.

0104. B. Belzer - Cronenberg - - 7" odd combination tool with two open ends and a tap. First one seen. Good++.

0105. DU CHARME - PAT. APP. FOR - - 7" RARE revolving head wrench. Patented by William S. Du Charme of Cleveland on Feb. 11, 1919 Ohio and probably manufactured by the Ducharme Novelty & Mfg. Co. of Johnstown, Penn. First one seen. Good++. (C121)  PAT.

Note: The next five crudely made wrenches (lots 106-110) are listed in early English tool catalogs as
"Coach Wrenches" and date back to the 1830's. Some were undoubtedly made in America by immigrant tool makers


0106. HD 2649 / CGB - - 10.5" double jaw turn handle to adjust nut wrench. Early coach wrench with an unusual removable side plate and hex paneled handle. Good++.

0107. Unmarked - - 9.25" all metal turn handle to adjust nut wrench with hammer head. Early wrench with hex paneled handle. Good+. (like S753 and page 3)

0108. PATENT GRIP SPANNER WARRANTED - - 8.75" turn handle to adjust all metal nut wrench. Unusual to find this early type of wrench with readable markings.

0109. Unmarked - - 9.25" all metal turn handle to adjust nut wrench with no hammer head. Good+.

0110. Marked lightly, can't make out name - - 9.5" early turn handle to adjust nut wrench with hammer head. Early and crude with plain round handle. Good+/ (similar to S753 and page 3)

0111. D. MCFARLAND WORCESTER, MASS PAT DEC 22, 74 - - 10.75" rack and screw adjust with locking set screw buggy wrench with an open end wrench on end. Patent was issued to David McFarland (Worcester, Mass.). Good+ with some weak markings. (S206)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 100 thru 111

0112. Taft's Railroad & Mowing Machine Wrench (PATENT Is the only readable marking) - - 10" threaded shaft screw adjust nut wrench made by Geo. C. Taft in the 1850's and later by the Coes Brothers. Sometimes found with Taft's May 31, 1859 patent date. Good+ with some handle nicks and cracks. (S418, C295)  PAT.

0113. L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS. / L. COES PAT'D MAY 4TH, 1869 - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. Patented by George C. Taft and assigned to Loring Coes. Patent featured a metal tube inside the handle to ease the strain on the wooden handle. Last of the Coes one piece wooden handles wrenches which were replaced by knife type handles. Good with some major dings. (HP42)  PAT.

0114. MOORE DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA (with Moore's "M" in a circle logo) - - 8" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good+ with handle crack.

0115. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / DEC 26, 71 (steam engine governor logo) - - -8" Coes wooden handled jog bar monkey wrench. Unlisted marking variant with front marked like HP21 and back marked like the front of HP20. Good+ with some minor dings. (HP21)  PAT

0116. Keen Kutter - B. J. (for Black-Jack) (with KeenKutter logo) - SOLID BAR - PAT. JAN. 14, 96 - MADE IN USA - - 8" wooden knife handle screw type monkey wrench. Made for the E. C. Simmons Hardware Co. by the Peck Stow & Wilcox Co. Simmons sold at least three brands of monkey wrenches: Keen Kutter, Black-Jack, and Never Slip. Patent was issued to Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Conn. and assigned to Peck, Stow and Wilcox Co. of Southington, Conn. Good++.  PAT.

0117. Merrick's Patent - Springfield, Mass - - 12" wood handle threaded shaft center screw adjust nut wrench. This is the first American screw wrench, patented August 17, 1835 by Solyman Merrick of Springfield, Mass. and manufactured by Stephen Bemis in Springfield. A very early professionally repaired patented wrench with a replaced handle with a few minor dings and some wreak markings (not all readable). (S832)  PAT.

0118. Taft's Railroad & Mowing Machine Wrench (no markings) - - 8" threaded shaft screw adjust nut wrench made by Geo. C. Taft in the 1850's and later by the Coes Brothers. Sometimes found with Taft's May 31, 1859 patent date. Good+. wrench has been professionally restored with an excellent replacement handle. Scarce small size. (S418, C295)  PAT.

0119. Lot of two: Early Coes Type Nut Wrenches
(1.) MASS (only markings readable) - - 8" early style Coes wrench with thin bar and flat end cap. Good+ with handle crack.
(2.) Unmarked - - 6" rare small size early Coes type. Restored with replaced wooden handle.

0120. P. S. & W. IDEAL - PAT. 1-24-05 - MADE IN USA - - 6.5" Coes type monkey wrench with knife handle and hex adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented By Robert Ellrich of Southington, Conn. A seldom found wrench in the small 6" size. Good+.  PAT.

0121. COES WRENCH CO. / L. COES PAT'D DEC 15, 1891, APR 30, 95 - - 6" hard to find small size knife handled monkey wrench, with extended ferrule tangs. Good+ with handle crack. (HP50)  PAT. and  PAT.

PiCs Lots 112 thru 121

0122. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - MADE IN USA / NPR (Northern Pacific or Northern Plains Railroad) and a B &: C trademark logo - - 19" wooden handled comb. nut and pipe wrench with long five ring adjusting sleeve and a replaceable lower pipe jaw insert. Original patents for this wrench were issued on Aug. 28, 1866 to Amos Call - Springfield, Mass. and on Dec 2, 1873 to W. Chaplin Bemis also of Springfield. Excellent. (S843T)  PAT.

0123. Lot of two: All metal monkey RAILROAD SPECIAL monkey wrenches Dual marked J. H. WILLIAMS and W & B (Whitman & Barnes)
(1.) 6" Excellent, like new
(2.) 10". Good+ with some minor dings.

0124. Lot of two: Pexto all metal monkey wrenches with patterned handles.
(1.) 6". Excellent.
(2.) 8" Good++.

0125. L. COES PATENT / _ _ _ WORCESTER MASS. - - 10" Very early rare Coes wooden handledimg.0650ing+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw and an unusual divided adjusting knurl. Manufactured under Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Although the markings are too weak to be certain this is probably marked "C. Foster & Co." the second Coes exclusive wrench sales agent with a contract from 1843 to 1848. Good+, refinished. (see HP2)  PAT

0126. L. COES & CO WORCESTER MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH / PAT'D NOV 10, 1863 - FEB 23, 1865 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 - - 10" whmw with distinctive split adjusting knurl that fits slots in the handle shaft. Patented by George C. Taft of Worcester and later assigned to Coes. Restored with replaced handle, Some markings faint but most are readable. (HP38)  PAT.

0127. THE H. D. SMITH & CO - "PERFECT HANDLE" - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 MADE IN USA - - 9" wood handled monkey wrench. Patents for the H. D. Smith monkey wrenches were issued to Amos Shepard and William Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Good++ with a couple tight crack on one handle slab. (S405)  PAT

0128. COLLINS & CO. - HARTFORD USA / FRISCO SYSTEM - - 8" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting support plate and hex shaped ferrule. Patented by Leander Smith and Lucius Jordan both of Southington, Conn. on Oct. 10, 1865. This was the patent that was at the center of the prolonged litigation by Collins against Coes. Good+ some light dings. (C107).  PAT

0129. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 6" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, CT. Rare small size. Good+ with some minor handle dings. (S413)  PAT

0130. RUSSWIN - REGISTERED PAT'D OCT. 30, 1900, JAN 15, 1901, FEB 26, 1901 - - 6" whmw with wooden knife type handles. Made for Russwin by H. D. Smith. Scarce "Perfect Handle " variation in seldom found small 6 inch size. Good+.  PAT

0131. Unmarked - - 6.5" Bemis & Call wood handled center screw adjust nut wrench with the round knurled adjusting sleeve. Rare small size. Wrench has been restored with machined jaw surface, pitted shaft, original handle with minor defects. (S843bottom)

PiCs Lots 122 thru 131

Farm Equipment Type Wrenches (Lots 132 thru 198)

0132. J672 <M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 18.75". Repaired jaw, bent. (not in Rathbone)

0133. JB192 <M-H> (Massey Harris) - - 15". Good++, new paint. (R1-312)

0134. J727 <M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 15". Good++. (R1-312).

0135. P11326 (Verity Plow Co later Massey-Harris) - - 14.5". Pitted. (R2-183)

0136. Lot of three: Massey Harris Wrenches
(1.) M555 / MADE IN U.S.A. - - 5.5" Pitman wrench. Good++. (R1-312)
(2.) 274A - - 8.5".Good++. (R1-311)
(3.) P337 / <M-H> - - 10.5". Pitted. (R1-312)

0137. F128 <M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 10" mal imp w (pitted) (R1-312)

0138. P4973A / <M-H> (Massey Harris) - - 9.5". First one we have had to sell. Excellent. (R2-182)

0139. P4973 (Massey Harris) / "IM" logo - - 8.75". Excellent. (R2-182)

PiCs Lots 132 thru 139

0140. Lot of two: Massey-Harris Disc Plow Wrenches
(1.) DISC / 217 - - 14.5". Good++. (R1-311)
(2.) DISC / 217C - - 14.5". Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

0141. <M-H> Made in Canada / MP1 - -11" auto type adjustable wrench. Good+, area with edge damage. (R1-312)

0142. Lot of three:
(1.) 180108M1 <MHF> - 11/16 - 1-1/16 (Massey Harry Ferguson) - - 10.5" with ruler markings on back. Good+. (R2-164)
(2.) <M-H> SPARK PLUG WRENCH 202783M1 / MADE IN CANADA - - 10". Good++. (R1-312)
(3.) P337 (Verity Plow Co. later Massey-Harris) - - 10.5". No <M-H> marking variation. Some pitting. (variation not in Rathbone, see R1-312)

0143. C1721 (Massey-Harris) - - 5.25". Flat steel spanner wrench for Massey-Harris cream separators. First one we have had to sell. Good++. (R2-182)

0144. Lot of two:
(1.) 2234 (Massey-Harris, earlier Case Plow Works) - - 7.5". Excellent. (R1-311)
(2.) 1185 (Massey-Harris earlier Johnston Harvester) - - 7". Good+. (R1-272, R1-311) (R311)

0145. <M-H> / C190 (Massey-Harris) - - 5" double socket. Excellent. (R1-182)

0146. <M-H> / C280 (Massey-Harris) - - 5" double socket. Good++. (R2-182)

0147. Lot of two: Massey-Harris Z435 variations. (R1-312)
(1.) <M-H> Z435 - -8" with hang hole and two raised dots variation. Good++.
(2.) <M-H> Z435 - -8" without hang hole and one raised dot on reverse variation. Excellent.

0148. Lot of four: Massey=Harris Wrenches
(1.) J7 <M-H> - - 6.5". <M-H> upside down variation. Good++. (marking variation not in Rathbone see R1-312)
(2.) <M-H> - - 6.5" flat steel. Good++. (R1-311)
(3.) A23 / <M-H> - - 5.5". Good+. (R2-180)
(4.) Z189 / <M-H> - - 6.5". Check your wrenches as there are several marking variations for this wrench. Good+. (R1-312)

PiCs Lots 140 thru 148

0149. MALSBARY 6180 (Holt Mfg. Co. - Stockton, Calif.) - - 13.5". Holt Mfg. made the Malsbary Gain Drill. Excellent with original green paint? (R1-306)

0150. J. P. MANNY (John P. Manny Mower Co. of Rockford, ILL. later Emerson-Brantingham.) - - 12". The John P. Manny Co. was founded in 1857. Good++. (R1-309)

0151. JOHN P. MANNY (John P. Manny Mower Co. of Rockford, ILL. later Emerson-Brantingham.) - - 12". Good++. (R1-309)

0152. Unmarked (John P. Manny Mower Co. of Rockford, ILL. later Emerson-Brantingham.) - - 8.5". Looks like parts picture for Manny's "R" wrench. Good++. (see R1-309)

0153. N15 (Mast, Foos & Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 6.5". Good++. (R2-186)

0154. 21 (Stringer. Dexter & Coe / Munnsville Plow Co. - Munnsville, NY) - - 9". Over cleaned, light pitting, very weak markings are either M. P. Co. 21 or S. D. &. Coe 21. (like R1-408, see R2-210)

0155. 1890 (McSherry Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 5.5". Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0156. 139M (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co) - - 7" Steam Engine set screw wrench. Good++. (R2-204)

0157. 1W / MTM CO (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co) - - 7" rare Deering type wrench. some pitting. (R1-329)

0158. 2915W (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. - Minneapolis, Minn.) - - 7" MTM Gas Tractor water pump wrench. Good++. (R2-205, mistakenly under Minnesota Threshing Machine Co.)

0159. 140M (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co) - - 8.5" Steam Engine wrench. Good+. (R2-204)

0160. 1280M (Minneapolis Threshing Machine Co. - Minneapolis, Minn.) - - 11" Steam Engine wrench. Pitted. (R2-142)

0161. MALSBARY 6180 - A2UC 3 (Holt Mfg. Co. - Stockton, Calif.) - - 13.5". Marking variation, see lot 149 above. Good++. (R1-306)

PiCs Lots 149 thru 161

0162. LG322 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 10", Pitting and slight bend. (R1-107)

0163. G532 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 13.5" with a large hammer head. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-107)

0164. ML15 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 12". Good++. (R1-107)

0165. COCKSHUTT PLOW CO LIMITED - Y / L - - 11" with light pitting. (R1-107)

0166. W15 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 9.5" with small hammer head. Good+. (R1-107)

0167. Lot of four: Melotte Cream Separator bowl wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench. All are in Good++ or better condition. (R2-197)
(1.) A - - 18". This the first "A" variation I have seen.
(2.) C - - 17.75"
(3.) E - - 18.5"
(4.) H - - 18"

PiCs Lots 162 thru 167

0168. LG321 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 7.5". Light pitting. (R1-107)

0169. NS (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 10". Excellent. (R1-106)

0170. A (Cockshutt Plow co.) - - 11.5". Good++. (R1-106)

0171. Lot of two:
(1.) COCKSHUTT - - 10" flat steel. Good+. (R1-106)
(2.) X (Cockshutt Plow. Co.) - - 6,25". Pitted (R1-107)

0172. H138 (Cockshutt) Plow Co.) - - 7.5". Good+. (R1-107)

0173. BG126 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 14.25" with a large hammer head. Good+ with a casting flaw near one jaw. (R1-106)

0174. Lot of two:
(1.) CHALLENGE (Batavia, Illinois mfg. windmills, gas engines, etc.) - - 7". Some pitting. (R1-93)
(2.) COLLINS PLOW CO / 124 - - 7.5" with a hammer head. Pitted. (R1-108)

0175. Lot of two:
(1.) CHASE TINSMAN PLOW CO (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Pitted. (R1-97)
(2.) CHASE PLOW CO (Lincoln, Neb.) - - 10.25". Same wrench as above but with "Tinsman" removed from the mold pattern. No part number variation. Good+. (R1-97)

0176. Lot of two: PO11 wrenches from McKenzie Manufacturing Company of La Crosse, Wisc for their No. 5 Planter (also on Irps' IHC wrench list)
(1.) PO11 - - 8". Two open ends variation. Pitted, tiny jaw corner crack. (not in Rathbone)
(2.) PO11 / ("V" in a circle logo) - - 8". Three open ends variation. Good++, painted. (R2-193)

0177. Lot of two: JWB wrenches for Collin's Plow Co's J. W. B. Walking Cultivator (Quincy, Illinois). (R1-266)
(1.) JWB (with a "L" in a circle logo) - - 11.5" silo wrench type. Good++ with a slight bend.
(2.) JWB - - 10". Two open end variation. Good+.

PiCs Lots 168 thru 177

0178. DP46 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 15". Some light pitting, edge dings. (R1-106)

0179. P66 (David Bradley) - - 6.5". Over cleaned. (R1-126)

0180. D798 / P (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 9.25". Good+. (R1-106)

0181. D797 / P (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-106)

0182. CHAMPION MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / PATD NOV 10 1863 - FEB 23 1864 - REISSUED JUNE 1, 1869 (Champion Mower & Reaper Co. / IHC) - - 10" Coes Wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with spilt split adjusting knurled knob, Patent's were issued to George C. Taft, wrench was made by Coes. Some nicks and dents, handle chips and cracks, mushrooming. (R1-95, HP31)  PAT  and  PAT

0183. Lot of three: Champion Mower & Reaper Co. Wrenches. (later IHC, later B. F. Avery)
(1.) A571 - - 10". Jaw crack. (R1-96)
(2.) CHAMPION (marked with large slanting letters) - - 9". Some light pitting. (R1-95)
(3.) CHAMPION R28 (with the IHC logo) - - 8.5" Some light pitting. (R1-95)

0184. Lot of two:
(1.) A1210 / (IHC logo) (Champion Mower & Reaper Co later IHC) - - 7.75" pitman wrench. Some pitting. (R1-96)
(2.) Champion 503 - - 9" forged double open ended S-wrench. Good+.

0185. D138 (Chattanooga Plow Co. / IHC / David Bradley) - - 12.75". Three wrench opening variant. Good+ with slight bend. (R1-99, R1-252)

0186. D138N (Chattanooga Plow Co. / IHC / David Bradley) - - 12.5". Good+. (R1-99. R1-252)

0187. F40 (Chattanooga Plow Co - later IHC) - - 11.75". Variant marked with part number only. Not in Rathbone or Irps' IHC Tool List. Good++. (not in Rathbone)

0188. Lot of two:
(1.) CHATTANOOGA 3 (later IHC) - - 9" with hammer head. Jaw crack. (R1-98)
(2.) CHATTANOOGA 5 (later IHC) - - 9.5". Some pitting. (R1-98)

PiCs Lots 178 thru 188

0189. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO - A260 / ("P" in a square logo) (later IHC) - - 19". Good+. (R1-351)

0190. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO (later IHC) / A120 - - 13". Three square and one hex variant. Good+. (R1-351)

0191. SANDERS A24 (Newell Sanders Plow Co - later IHC) - - 11.25". Rare Sanders wrench with a disk straightener. Some pitting. (R1-421)

0192. SANDERS / A416 (Newell Sanders Plow Co. - Chattanooga, TN - later IHC) - - 13". Some pitting, edged dings. (R1-411)

0193. 0566 (David Bradley) - - 13". Good+. (R1-125)

0194. C28 (David Bradley ?) - - 17.5". Good+. (R1-126)

0195. Lot of two:
(1.) 123 / P (David Bradley?) - - 7.5". Loop handled variant. Good+. (R1-125)
(2.) ET (David Bradley) - - 10" Scarce David Bradley wrench. Good++. (see R1-126 for parts book picture)

0196. 39S (David Bradley) - - 5". Seldom found David Bradley wrench. Good++ with minor casting flaw. (see R1-126 for parts book picture)

0197. Lot of two:
(1.) DAVID BRADLEY MFG WKS / BRADLEY ILL 105A - - 9.75" with hammer head. Good++. (R1-126)
(2.) DAVID BRADLEY MFG. CO. / BRADLEY ILL. - B238 - - 10". No hammer variation. Good+. (R1-126)

0198. Lot of two:
(1.) BRADLEY CULTIVATOR U12 (David Bradley Mfg. Co. - Bradley, ILL.) - - 10". Pitted. (R1-126)
(2.) 5715A (David Bradley) - - 6". Severe pitting. (R1-126)

PiCs Lots 189 thru 198

Adjustable Nut and Pipe Wrenches (Lots 199 thru 234)

0199. THOS. P. I. MAGOUN - - 11.5" early and rare self adjusting nut wrench patented as an "Improvement in Fork-Wrenches" by Daniel Witt of Hubbardston, Mass. on July 16, 1872 and sold by Thomas P. I. Magoun also of Hubbardston. First one we have had to sell. Good++. (C210)  PAT.

0200. Unmarked - - 11.5" self adjusting nut wrench similar to the Witt patent (see lot 199 above). Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0201. ALLAN SELF ADJUSTING WRENCH - PATENT PENDING / A. C. ALLAN & CO. - MORRIS, ILL - - 8.75" different self adjust nut wrench. Wrench was patented by Allen C. Allan of Chicago and assigned to William R. Allan, Jr. of Morris, Illinois. Cope has the A. C. Allan Co. located in Chicago not Morris, Illinois. Allan also patented the Kant-Slip pliers made in Baraboo, Wisc. Some light pitting, otherwise Good++. (S322, C35)  PAT.

0202. LITTLES' AUTOMATIC WRENCH CO. - CRESSON. PA (with a L. W. Co, logo) / PATENTED JUNE 11, 1912 - - 10" triple pivoting, double articulating self adjust pipe wrench. Patented by William A. Little of Cresson, PA. Excellent. (S339)  PAT.

0203. THE DUFFEY WRENCH - PATENTED 10" / THE BETHLEHEM WRENCH CO. - BETHLEHEM, PA USA- - 10" screw adjust pipe wrench with an unique pivoting jaw assembly. Patent was issued William H. Duffey of South Bethlehem, on Aug. 15, 1911. Good++. (S625)  PAT.

0204. COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER, MASS / MECHANICS WRENCH IMPROVED - JAN 1, 1882 - - 15" with round wood handle. Jan 1, 1882 is not a patent issue date. Good+ with minor dings and some weak markings, tight handle crack. (HP46)

0205. CRAFT PAT'D (in a diamond logo) - - 10.25" quick adjust nut wrench with a Acme style twist handle. A spring loaded plate locks the lower jaw. Patent date and maker not known. Pitted, painted. (S488)

0206. L. S. KELLOGG MFG CO RACINE, WIS - - 8.5" combination screw and quick adj. Knurled adj nut is pulled outward to release rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw assembly. Good+. As usual there is a tiny crack in metal where stop screw hits, former owner's initials, edge ding. (S503)

0207. Marked only WORCESTER, MASS. - - 6.5". Rare small size wood handled nut wrench with center nut and shaft threaded on edges only. Advertised as Taft's Railroad and Mowing Machine Wrench mfg. by George C. Taft in Worcester and later by L and A. G. Coes Good++ with handle crack. (like HP9 but with different markings, S418)

0208. PAT JUNE 26, 1855 - - 10.25" all metal revolving head nut wrench with five openings and a sliding locking pin. Earliest example of a revolving head type wrench. Patented by Chas. B. Bristol of Naugatuck, Conn. on 6-26-1855. Early and rare wrench. Good++. (S556).  PAT

0209. Unmarked - - 10" RARE wood handled revolving head four opening nut wrench. Pat. was issued to Edward Phillips of Cleveland, Ohio on Nov. 24, 1885. Good++. (S557)  PAT

0210. PAT. OCT 23, 66 - - 9.75" combination tool with a pliers, stove-lid lifter, pinchers, pot lifter, dish lifter, hammer, tack puller, etc. Patent was issued Oct. 23, 1866 to J. C. Longshore of Mansfield, Ohio. Good++.  PAT

PiCs Lots 199 thru 210

0211. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 - - 11.25". A large wing nut on a threaded shaft adjusts the double headed wrench (one with regular nut wrench jaws and the other for buggy or wagon nuts). Patented by H. A. Thompson of Farmington, Maine. Good with weak markings, several dings and replaced wooden handle. (S208)  PAT

0212. DIAMOND WRENCH CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, MAINE / PATD NOV 2, '80 OCT 16, '83 - - 10.25". Smaller version than Lot 211 above. Weak markings, several dings, poor wooden handle. (S208)

0213. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS. / PAT. DEC 28, 75 & JULY 8, 84 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 10" Coes Jog Bar monkey wrench with a replaceable threaded insert in the lower jaw for the adjusting bolt. This featured was patented on 7-8-1884 by Aury Coes, sons; John H. and Frederic L. Coes. Good+ with some surface dings. (HP25)  PAT and  PAT

0214. Lot of three: Coes Monkey Wrenches
(1.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 8" with knife type wood handle. Good+ with a few dings. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)
(2.) A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 (steam engine governor logo)& DEC 26, 71 - - 8". Good+ with minor dings, tight handle crack. (HP21)  PAT and  PAT
(3.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D MAY 15, 1900 STEEL BAR - - 8". with wooden knife type handle. Good with some dings. Marking variation of HP52.  PAT.

0215. H & E WRENCH CO OF NEW BEDFORD, MASS / PAT MAR 27, 1923, etc.(with logo) - - 13" H & E's pipe wrench version of their Hande helical screw quick adjust wrenches. Patentees were Edwin J. Evans and George E. Hemphill both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Good++. (S675).  PAT.

0216. SAMSON / P. S. & W. CO. ( Peck, Stow & Wilcox Co.) / C.C.C. & ST. L. RY (Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis Railway) - - 12" all metal monkey wrench with patterned handle. Nice clean example of a marked railroad wrench with just a few minor dings.

0217. 10" JAWS POWER WRENCH / PAT. USA 4561330 - 4597315 - CANADA 1240539 - - 10" self adjust pipe wrench with rotating jaw assembly. Good++. (not listed)  PAT.  and  PAT.

0218. AMERICAN WRENCH & SPECIALTIES CO. - CHICAGO USA / No. 10 - - - 10" quick adjust nut wrench with cylinder on handle that releases and locks lower jaw. Patents were issued Dec 31, 1985 and Jul 1, 1986 to Chao-Yang Chen of Feng-Yuan City, Taiwan. Good+. (S473)

0219. Unmarked - - 10.5" Taft's Railroad & Mowing Machine Wrench. These wrenches based on Merrick's Aug 17, 1835 patent were made by Geo. C. Taft in the 1850's and later by the Coes Brothers. Good with a few dings and a nice original wooden handle. (S418, C295)

0220. Unmarked - - 10.75" Taft's Railroad & Mowing Machine Wrench. .Slightly longer than the example in Lot 219 above. Metal has been polished, tight cracks in wooden handle. (S418, C295)

0221. THE ANDERSON TURN-MORE WRENCH PAT OCT 30, 1906 - THE SIMPLEX MFG. CO. - NEW YORK USA - - 9" fabricated sheet metal body with forged steel Crescent type head with a sliding collar to adjust the angle of the head. There are two or three different mfg. of this wrench. Patented by John Anderson of Portland, CT. Good+ with some very light pitting, zealously cleaned. (lS313)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 211 thru 221

0222. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - 18 - - 19.5" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. scarce large size in Excellent condition. (S361)  PAT

0223. TROJAN - TROJAN WRENCHES L. A. CAL. / US PAT NO 1968783 - - 11.5" quick adjust pipe wrench with a lever that releases the rack teeth from the upper jaw assembly. Patented by John R. Long, of Los Angeles, CA. Excellent. (S721)  PAT

0224. 14" MASTERENCH CHROME VANADIUM / HELLER - MADE IN USA - PATENTED (with horse logo) - - 15". Smooth jaws and square hole variant. Patented by Earnest E. Lynch and Homer A. Mead of Turlock, Calif. Good++. (S328)  PAT

0225. 14" Masterench Chrome VANADIUM / HELLER BROTHERS CO. - NEWARK, NJ. U.S.A.- PATENTED 4-14-25 - 7-5-27 (with horse logo) - - 15". Serrated jaws and round hole variant. Good++. (S328)  PAT  and  PAT

0226. THE WAKEFIELD WRENCH WORCESTER, MASS - NO. 3 / PAT. JUNE 30, 91 - OTHER PATS. PENDING - - 15" rack wrench that adjusts with a spring loaded top lever with serrated jaw inserts. Patented by John Wakefield of Worcester, Mass. Good++. (S727)  PAT

0227. THE BECKLIN WRENCH CO. SEATTLE, WASH / PAT MAR 16, 1920 (etc.) - - 14" quick adjust rack wrench with unique pivoting release lever. Patentees were John H. Lagreid and Oscar Becklin both of Seattle. Light pitting, cracked lower jaw assembly. (S713)  PAT.

0228. Lot of two:
(1.) ERIE / 8 IN - - 7.75" curved handle Crescent type. Pitting.
(2.) ACME (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 6.5" early pre Whitman & Barnes twist handle type nut wrench. Severe pitting.

0229 Unmarked - - 8" all brass Ridgid type pipe wrench. Excellent.

0230. THE L. S. STARRETT CO. ATHOL, MASS. USA - PAT. JAN. 3, 1911 - NO. 240 - - 7.25" plier/wrench with a Crescent type threaded nut and rack type adjustment advertised as "The Starrett Extension Plier". This is a rare variant with handle locking bolt and thumbscrew not shown in the patent or advertisements and is seldom found. Patented by Laroy S. Starrett of Athol, Mass. Good++. (S271, C289)  PAT

0231. Marked only PAT APPL'D FOR - - 10" self adjusting spring loaded alligator wrench with screwdriver extension on end of handle. Similar to the Gregory Wrench. Good+. (S672)

0232. ROLLEIBLITZ 7" SIMADURIUM - - 7" adjustable plier wrench similar the Footprint pliers but with a center screw adjustment. Good++.

0233. VISE-GRIP - 108 - DEWITT, NEB - PAT'D. APR. 8, 24 - - 9" second model Vise-Grip. First model to have a locking lever. Patent was issued to William Petersen of DeWitt, Nebraska. Good++. (S262)  PAT.

0234. VISE GRIP - PAT'D - - 9". William Petersen's first model Vise Grip, patented Oct. 24, 1921. Made without a release lever. Good+ with a few minor dings. (S262)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 222 thru 234

Farm Related Wrenches (lots 235 thru 347)

0235. D11 (Long &: Allstatter Co. - Hamilton, Ohio) - - 12.5" disc plow style wrench. Good++. (R2-172)

0236. 1669 (Aultman-Taylor Mach. Co. - Mansfield, Ohio) - - 14.5". Heavy duty steam engine wrench. Markings have hammer damage otherwise Good++. (not in Rathbone)

0237. EVANS (Evans Mfg. Co. - Hammond, New York) - - 11". Rare wrench with severe pitting. (R2-91)

0238. PRINCESS / PRINCESS (Princess Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 9.5". Some pitting. (R1-386)

0239. HOKE MFG CO (South Bend, Indiana) - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-235)

0240. 65 (Belcher & Taylor - Chicopee Falls, Mass.) - - 15" tee socket wrench. Excellent. (R1-46)

0241. CHICOPEE - C24 - - 10" Good++. (R1-101)

0242. PARKER PLOW CO (Richmond, Indiana) - - 9.75" Good++. (R1-369)

0243. MANN BONE CUTTER (F. W. Mann Co. - Milford, Mass.) - - 5". Some light pitting. (R1-308)

0244. NEW HOLLAND / FEED MILL (New Holland Machine Co. - New Holland, Penn.) - - 6". Good++, (R1-348)

0245. WITTE / CLUTCH (Witte Gas Engine Works - Kansas City, Mo.) - - 4" gas engine wrench. Light pitting. (R1-490)

0246. WORCESTER MFG CO / 6-6 - - 5.5". Good++ (R2-305)

0247. ACME - M210 (Acme Hay Harvester Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 7.5". Good++ with some very light pitting. (R2-2`)

PiCs Lots 235 thru 247

0248. VULCAN PLOW CO. / EVANSVILLE, IND. - 212 - - 10.5" large clevis and wrench-pin. Some pitting.

0249. F2774 / C and T - - 8" clevis and wrench-pin. Good++.

0250. Marked only "C" (Oliver, see R1-361) - - 13" large clevis with two wrench-pins. Good++.

0251. Marked only "B" and "5" (Oliver, see R1-361) - - 8.5" clevis with pin-wrench. Excellent, one wrench-pin AWOL.

0252. 716 L / 88 - - 6" clevis with wrench-pin. Excellent.

0253. 10 / O - - 6" clevis with wrench-pin. Good++.

0254. 10 / X - - 6.5" clevis with wrench-pin. Good++.

0255. KELLY - 1 (G. A. Kelly Mfg. - Longview, Texas) - - 6.5" clevis with pin-wrench marked "M2". Good++.

0256. 84 - - 7" clevis with a three opening pin-wrench. Good++.

0257. Marked only with an "E' in a circle logo (Eberhard Mfg. - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 6" clevis with wrench-pin also marked with Eberhard's logo. Some light pitting.

PiCs Lots 248 thru 257

0258. Lot of two: Clevis Wrench-Pins
(1.) Marked "32" - - 9" with three open ends/ Some pitting.
(2.) Unmarked - - 9.5" with one open end (two sizes) and one square box (two sizes). Pitting.

0259. Lot of five: Clevis Wrench-Pins, Three unmarked single open enders, a single open ender marked "2" and one with three open ends marked "32". All Good+ or better, Note: Only four are pictured.

0260. 915 (Moline Plow Co. / Monitor Drill) - - 8". Good+. (R1-332, R1-334)

0261. 916 (Moline Plow Co. / Monitor Drill) - - 7". Good+. (R1-332, R1-334)

0262. O1336 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 9.5" with small hammer head. Good++. (R1-333)

0263. 767 (Monitor-Moline) - - 9". The scissor wrench. Pitting. (R1-332)

0264. MOLINE - RD1975 (with an underlined "M" logo) - - 17.5". Good+ with some minor pitting. (R1-333)

0265. E.13 with a "W" in a circle logo and ghost lettering (Moline Plow Co) - - 9". Good++. (not in Rathbone)

0266. MOLINE PLOW CO / B169 - - 14". Good++. (R1-332)

0267. B319 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 10". Sliding handle tee crow foot wrench. Excellent. (R1-332)

0268. MOLINE PLOW CO. / HX34 - - 11". Excellent. (R1-333)

0269. MOLINE PLOW CO. / WP241 - - 10.5". Good++. (R1-333)

PiCs Lots 258 thru 269

0270. 8 (Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" combination wrench and claw hammer, solid handle variant. Good+. (variant not in Rathbone)

0271. 8 (Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" combination wrench and claw hammer, hollow handle variant with square socket wrench in end. Some edge damage. (R1-332)

0272. Unmarked like 8 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 10.5" combination wrench and claw hammer, solid handle variant, without part number. Good+. (variant not in Rathbone).

0273. MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - MADE IN USA with an "NR" in a circle logo - - 8.5". Excellent with original finish. (R1-332)

0274. Lot of four: Flat steel wrenches with Moline Plow Co. logo. All have some minor edge dings or pitting.
(1.) 7" with round hang hole. (R1-332)
(2.) 8.5"" with round hang hole. (R1-332)
(3.) 10.75" with round hang hole. (R1-332)
(4.) 10.75" with square hole. (variant not in Rathbone)

0275. Lot of five:
(1.) MOLINE PLOW CO / H.X.5 + o - - 10.5". Good++. (R1-333)
(2.) 1126A (Moline Plow Co) - - 9" tee socket wrench. Good++ with black paint. (R1-332)
(3.) K436 (Moline Plow Co) - - 9". Excellent. (R1-333)
(4.) D203 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.5". No star logo variant. Good++. (R1-332)
(5.) L47 (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-333)

0276. R55 (with an "A" in a circle logo) (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0277. T.C.224 (Moline Plow Co) - - 8". Good++. (R1-333)

0278. MOLINE DRILL / A763A - - 8.5". Some pitting. (R1-332)

0279. Lot of three:
(1.) M. P. CO. (Orphan, could be Moline Plow, Madison Plow or ?) - - 7.75". Pitted. (R1-303, R1-305,)
(2.) 106 (B. F. Avery - Louisville, KY and Moline Plow Co.) - - 8". Good+. (R1-37, R1-332)
(3.) PR40 (Sattley Mfg. Co. - Racine, Wisc. and Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" with small hammer head. Excellent. (R1-333, R1-413)

PiCs Lots 270 thru 279

0280. DREIS & KRUMP MFG CO CHICAGO ILL (with a "F" in a square logo) - - 12.5". Heavy wrench with six openings. Good+. (R1-151)

0281. Lot of two:
(1.) P206 (H. V. McKay / Massey-Harris - Sunshine, Australia) - - 10.5". Pitted. (R2-191)
(2.) TAGUE & KERLIN WRENCH / MIDLAND MFG. CO. - TARKIO MO. USA - 2 - - 9". Pitted. (R1-326)

0282. DM CO / 4 (Dowden Manufacturing Co - Prairie city, Iowa) - - 7.5" Note: This wrench was attributed to Deere & Mansur till its discovery in a Dowden Parts Book. Good+. (not in Rathbone)

0283. Lot of four: Meinecke Co. - Milwaukee, Wisc. Wrenches. Meinecke made buggies, carriages, sleighs, baby carriages, Etc. (R1-324)
(1.) MEINECKE - MILWAUKEE - - 4.25". Markings embossed.
(2.) MEINECKE - MILWAUKEE - - 4.25". Markings debossed.
(3.) No markings - - 4.25".
(4.) No markings - - 4.25". Slightly smaller box end than No. 3 above.

0284. Donaldson 21 (Donaldson Bros. - Mount Clemens, Mich.) - - 8.5". Some pitting. (R1-148)

0285. 3271 (Gaar, Scott & Co. - Richmond, Ind. later M. Rumely) - - 16" double offset open ended threshing machine cylinder tooth wrench. Some pitting. (R2-107)

0286. A164 (Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn.) - - 8". Good+. (R1-329)

0287. Lot of three: Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn. flat steel wrenches.
(1.) A-34 - - 5.5". With hang hole, Good++. (R1-329)
(2.) A-34 - - 5.5". Without hang hole. Good+. (variation not in Rathbone)
(3.) A-76 - - 6.5". With hang hole. Good+. (R1-329)

0288. F-29 (Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn.) - - 4.5" stamped steel. Good++. (See MTM Co. R2-204)

0289. M81 (Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn.) - - 5" pitman wrench. Painted red. (See Minnesota. R1-329)

0290. A165 (Minnesota Prison Industries) - - 5.5". Excellent. (See MTM Co. R2-204)

0291. DD595 (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb or American Harrow) - - 7". Good++. (R1-143, R1-14)

0292. Dempster (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 7.25" Deering pattern. Good++. (R1-143)

0293. DEMPSTER / 1 (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 7.5". Good++. (R143)

0294. C11 (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 10". Excellent. (R1-143)

0295. DOWAGIAC / F97A (Dowagiac Mfg. Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 5.5". Good++. (R1-149)

0296. DOWAGIAC / F97 (Dowagiac Mfg. Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 9" Pitting. (R1-149)

0297. DOWAGIAC (Dowagiac Mfg. Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 9" Good++, painted black. (R1-149)

PiCs Lots 280 thru 297

Gas Engine Wrenches (lots 298-303)
Including Several Fairbanks-Morse Wrenches.

0298. Lot of six: Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engine Forged Double Open Ended Wrenches. (see R1-98)
(1.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 37 / Whitman & Barnes logo) - - 11.5".
(2.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. (with a Williams logo) - 34 / 1/2 - 5/8. - - 9.5".
(3.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 30 / Whitman & Barnes logo) - - 7.5".
(4.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 30 / Whitman & Barnes logo) - - 7.5".
(5.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 26 - - 5.75".
(6.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 27 - - 5.75".

0299. Lot of three: Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engine Forged Wrenches. (see R1-98)
(1.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 5 / (Whitman & Barnes logo) - - 5" single open end. Has drilled hang hole.
(2.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 5/8 / (Whitman & Barnes logo) - - 7" single angled open end wrench.
(3.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO.- - 12.75" Single open end wrench.

0300. Lot of four: Fairbanks-Morse Gas Engine Forged Double Open Ended Wrenches. (see R1-98)
(1.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - (Whitman & Barnes logo) / 26 - - 6".
(2.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. / 30 - - 7.5". Bent.
(3.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. - 30 / 3/8 - 1/2 - - 7.5".
(4.) FAIRBANKS-MORSE & CO. / 37 - - 11".

0301. FAIRBANKS MORSE - - 8" auto type adjustable wrench. Good+. (not in Rathbone)

0302. ERIE GOVERNOR / 1-1/2 to 4-1/2 (Erie Pump & Engine Co. - Erie, Penn.)- - 5". Small doe S-wrench. The few of the Erie governor wrenches I have seen were marked "1 &: 1-1/4". Good++. (see Rathbone R1-167)

0303. FAIRMONT (in script) (Fairmont Railway Motors - Fairmont, Minn.) - - 6" double hex extended socket wrench. Listed in 1929 Fairmont Parts List for C (M2) Motor Car as "Part No. F3096 - Connecting Rod Socket Wrench". Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

PiCs Lots 298 thru 303

0304. 1249 (Evans Mfg. Co. - Hammond, New York) - - 14". Rare wrench Excellent condition. (R2-91)

0305. Lot of two:
(1.) JFS (Fleury-Bissell - Ontario, Canada) - - 11". Pitted. (R1-178)
(2.) JF (Fleury-Bissell - Ontario, Canada)? - - 9". Excellent. (R1-178)

0306. Fleury-Gang - Aurora (Fleury-Bissell - Ontario, Canada) - - 10". Pitted. (R1-178)

0307. D304 (Eureka Mower Co. - Utica, New York) - - 9". Good++. (R1-169)

0308. 02 (Ellis Keystone Agricultural Works - Pottstown, Penn.) - - 9.5". Listed in Ellis Parts Books for their Champion Threshers. Good++. (R2-89)

0309. PPY (Eureka Mower Co. - Utica, New York) - - 7.75". Good++. (R1-169)

0310. EB123 (Esterly Harvester Co. - Whitewater, Wisc.) - - 8". Pitted. (R2-85)

0311. A ELLWOOD (Sycamore, Illinois) - - 7" with hammer head. Good++. (R1-161)

0312. Lot of two: Scare A. B. Farquhar Wrenches.
(1.) 16 (A. B. Farquhar - York, Penn.) - - 8.5". Good+. (R1-176_
(2.) FARQUHAR / YORK PA - - 7" with small hammer head. Over cleaned. (R1-176)

0313. Lot of two: Variations of the Empire Plow Co. 7370 wrench. (R1-166)
(1.) 7370 (Empire Plow Co. - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 6.5". Good++.
(2.) 7370 -- (Empire Plow Co. - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 6.5". Marking variation with a dash after the part number. Good++.

0314. C.D. EDWARDS MFG CO - 108 (Albert Lea , Minn.) - - 12". Good++. (R1-159)

0315. F. F. MF'G. CO. (The Farmers Friend Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 9". Excellent. (R1-170)

PiCs Lots 304 thru 315

0316. W P CO. (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 9.5". Good++. (R1-488)

0317. W P CO. - 94 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11.25". Good++. (R1-498)

0318. WORCESTER - M - 371 - - 10". Pitted. (R1-498)

0319. Lot of two: Walter A. Wood (Hoosick Falls, NY) Wrenches
(1.) WOOD / WOOD (embossed, high relief letters) - - 10" with eight wrench sizes, small hammer poll and two holes. Painted. (R1-494)
(2.) WOOD / WOOD (embossed, high relief letters) - - 10" with eight wrench sizes, no hammer head, no holes. Good++. (R1-494)

0320. HOOSIER BELLE (St. Joseph Mfg. Co. - Mishawaka, Indiana) - - 9.5". Pitted. (R1-238)

0321. Lot of two:
(1.) K396 (Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls, NY) - - 8".Some pitting. (R1-494)
(2.) R300 (Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls, NY) - - 6". Good++. (R2-300)

0322. Lot of two:
(1.) R456 (Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls, NY) - - 8.5". Painted. (R1-494)
(2.) 2152 (Walter A. Wood) - - 7.5" double pitman wrench. Good++. (R1-494)

0323. STAR DRILL 100 (Norris & Brother - Rushville, Ind.) - - 7". Good++. (R437).

0324. TEDDER - - 8". Painted. (R1-453)

0325. A ELLWOOD - - 6.5" single open ended wrench, shop made from a file. Is this associated with the A. Ellwood of the A. Elwood Co. of Sycamore, Illinois? (see R1-161)

0326. Lot of three: "Look Alike" Oddball Wrenches
(1.) C20 (Gale or P. P. Mast) - - 9" with hammer head. Pitted. (R1-193, R1-314)
(2.) 1892 (McSherry Mfg. Co, - Middletown, Ohio) - - 9". Rare wrench, only parts book picture shown in Rathbone. (R2-194)
(3.) 97 (orphan) - - 8" with hammer head. Painted. (not in Rathbone, no info found)

0327. TIGER S. D. (Stoddard, Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8.5". Excellent. (R1-441)

0328. Lot of two:
(1.) TIGER (Stoddard, Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8". With stud variation. Good++. (R1-441)
(2.) TIGER 240 (Stoddard - Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8". Pitted. (R1-441)

PiCs Lots 316 thru 328

0329. Lot of two: Large Wrenches from the South Bend Chilled Plow Co. - South Bend, Indiana
(1.) Unmarked - - 16.5" big graphic wrench with several cutout sections. Used on South Bend's New Casaday Sulky Plows. Labeled "Octagon" in South Bend Parts Books and nicknamed "The Three Pound Wrench" by collectors. Good+. (R1-429)
(2.) Unmarked - - Another version of South Bend's "Octagon" wrench. 15.75". Good++. (R2-267)

0330. W1074 / E-B logo (and a small "t" in a "D" logo) (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL) - - 16". Painted black. (R-1-163).

0331. EMERSON - S / W1074 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL) - - 16". Painted black. (R1-163)

0332. W402 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL. Later Case T. M. Co.) - - 17". Good+. (R1-163)

0333. Lot of two:
(1.) N. C. / L (New Casaday - South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 12.5" with hammer head. One open end variant. Good+. (R1-429)
(2.) 151 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 13.25" with hammer head. Painted black. (R1-429)

0334. D943 (Stoddard Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 14.5". Pitting. (not in Rathbone)

0335. Lot of two:
(1.) STERLING M'F'G. CO. - D127 / STERLING ILL. - C - - 12" with large striking lettering. Good++. (R1-439)
(2.) Marked only "D127" (Sterling Mfg. Co.) - -

0336. STOVER MFG. CO. - FREEPORT, ILL - 00 - - 14". Good++. (R1-443).

0337. HERO - 319 / STERLING MFG CO (Sterling, Illinois) - - 13.5". Pitting. (R1-439)

PiCs Lots 329 thru 337

0338. H272 (IHC, Aultman Miller, Corn King Spreader, Little Giant Fence Loom) - - 15". Round hole with key and square box and six openings on shaft. variant. Good++. (variant not in Rathbone)

0339. P20 (A. Ellwood - Sycamore, Illinois) - - 14". Good++. (R1-161)

0340. CM-331 (Thomas Mfg. Co. - Springfield, Ohio, later Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 13.75". Three openings variant. Good++. (R1-357, R1-454)

0341. CM-331 (Thomas Mfg. Co. - Springfield, Ohio, later Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 13". Two openings variant. Good++. (R1-357, R1-454)

0342. DREDNAUT / ST JOSEPH, MICH. - - 6" double hex box end. Pitted. (R1-151)

0343. WILKISON PLOW CO. - TORONTO - NO. 90 (with a "M" logo) - - 11" with hammer head. Note spelling variation. Good+. (R1-489)

0344. Wilkinson Plow Co - Toronto - 90 / 90- - 10.75" with hammer head. Good+. (R1-489)

0345. Marked only "90" (Tudhope Anderson - Winnipeg & Manitoba and Wilkinson Plow Co - Toronto) - - 10.5". Pitting. (R1-489, R2-279)

0346. Lot of two: Stoddard Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio Wrenches (R1-441)
(1.) NE258 (Stoddard Mfg. Co.) - - 8". Good++.
(2.) NE252 (Stoddard Mfg. Co.) - - 5". Good++.

0347. Lot of two:
(1.) M55 (Stoddard Mfg Co) - - 8.5" doe-S wrench. Pitted, (R1-441)
(2.) H-46 (Thomas Mfg, Co and Stoddard Mfg Co) - - 6.5". Painted black. (R1-441, R1-454)

PiCs Lots 338 thru 347

Adjustable Wrenches - Including Several Bicycle and Pocket Types (lots 348 thru 391)

0348. 10-12 DIAMOND CALK HORSESHOE CO (with horseshoe and diamond logo) - DULUTH, MINN. / DIAMOND TOOL STEEL, (etc.) - - 12" Crescent type with 10" and 12" heads. Rare size and brand (the 10-12 inch Crescent types seem to be the hardest to find). Good+ with replaced small end adjustable jaw and adjusting nut. (not in Schultz)

0349. 8-10 DIAMOND CALK HORSESHOE CO (with horseshoe and diamond logo) - DULUTH, MINN. / DIAMOND TOOL STEEL, (etc.) - - 10" Crescent type with 8" and 10" heads.

0350. 8-10 IN - DROP FORGED STEEL USA / MFD. BY CRESCENT TOOL CO - JAMESTOWN, NY - - 8" older style double ended Crescent wrench with 6" and 8" heads. Pitted. (S470)

0351. 6-8 IN - DROP FORGED STEEL USA / MFD. BY CRESCENT TOOL CO - JAMESTOWN, NY - - 8" older style double ended Crescent wrench with 6" and 8" heads. Good with some light pitting and dings, cracked large end adjustable jaw. (S470)

0352. 4-6 IN. CRESCENT / 4-6 IN. CRESCENT TOOL CO. - JAMESTOWN, N.Y. U.S.A. - - 6.25" older style double ended Crescent wrench with 4" and 6" heads. Scarce small size. Good+ with some jaw edge dings. (S470)

0353. Lot of two: 8-10 inch double ended older style Crescent wrenches. Both have minor dings, repaired or cracked jaws and one has a new replacement knurl.

0354. WAKEFIELD WIZARD - No. 120 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. - PATENTS PENDING IN USA AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES - - 8.75" double ended nut wrench with quick adjust sliding jaws. Good++. Patent was granted on Nov. 21, 1922. to Joseph F. Oliver of Worcester, Mass. and assigned to Clarence E. Wakefield also of Worcester. Good++ with former owners ID (three dots). (S1099, C317)  PAT

0355. RENCHALL (in a hotdog shaped logo) TRADEMARK - U.S. & FOREIGN PATENTS P. - - 8.5" quick adjust combination tool with a nut wrench, pliers and wire cutters. Unusual tool. Patented Jul. 03, 1923 by Adolph Bangert and Frederick May of New York, New York. Good++. (S281, see S769 for same tool made in Germany)  PAT

0356. THE IDEAL - PAT'D NOV. 24, 96 - - 6" Screw adjust square and hex nut wrench with a square box wrench and screwdriver on the other end. Patented by Walter C. Stokes of New York, NY and mfg. by the Ideal Wrench Co. of New York, NY. Rare wrench, first we have had to sell. Good+ with some light pitting. (C176, not in Schulz)  PAT

0357. CHAMBERLAIN'S WRENCH / PAT. OCT. 22, 1912 - - 9" combination adj nut wrench, pliers, screwdriver, and threading die. Patented by John Chamberlain of Bismark, ND. Has the distinctive cyanide heat treatment finish. Good++ with a small patch of rust. (S805)  PAT

0358. THE LOVELL WRENCH CO. BRIDGEPORT, CONN USA - - 5.5" odd design double ender with normal style nut wrench on one end and an adjustable square box wrench on the other. Center knurled nut that engages gear grooves on both sides. Patented by A. K. Lovell of New York, NY on May 12, 1896. Good++. (S815)  PAT

0359. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 12" Jog bar type. Some light dings, handle crack, former owner's initials (D. D. F.). (HP22)  PAT and  PAT

0360. AGR'L ENGINE WRENCH - PATENTED - SEPT 25, 1877, MAR 1, 1881, DEC 12, 1882 - - 12" combination nut and pipe wrench with hex adjusting nut. Patented by Bernard Donahue of New York. Some dings, handle chipped, cracked, former owner's initials (G. F. B.). (like S576)  PAT

0361. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 & DEC 26, 71 (steam engine governor logo) - - 15". Good++ . (HP21)  PAT and  PAT

0362. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS.- MADE IN U.S.A. / NPR (Northern Plains Railroad) (with a B & C trademark logo) - - 20" combination nut and pipe wrench with long five ring adjusting sleeve. Basic patent for B & C's combination nut and pipe wrench was issued to W. Chaplin Bemis - Springfield, Mass on Dec. 02, 1873. Good+ with replaced wooden handle, ferrule and nut. (similar to S843)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 348 thru 362

0363. STAINLESS - - 6" made in China combination pliers, knife, file, saw, leather punch, screwdriver, bottle opener, etc. Excellent.

0364. Cycle Grip Trademark / D. H. Carpenter Patented Feb 10, 1891, Feb 20, 1894 - - 5" Neat quick adjust bicycle wrench with screwdriver blade on end. Applicable patents were issued to Daniel H. Carpenter of Orlando, Florida. Good+ with some very light pitting, some weak markings. Note: see Lot 374 for a different version of this wrench/(not in Schulz, see Cope pg 90)  PAT

0365. Unmarked - - 1.25" thumb screw shaped spoke wrench. Good++. (not listed)

0366. PAT'D - VICTOR WRENCH - - 1.75" disk shaped spoke wrench with knurled edges and six circular holes and a tapered slot. Patented by George G. Kelsea of Detroit, Mich. on Jul. 28, 1896. Good+. (not listed)  PAT.

0367. THE J. R. LONG WRENCH CO. - AKRON, OHIO - PAT. APR. 17, 1906 - - 3.5" sliding wedge adjust. Patent was issued to John R. Long of Akron, Ohio. Plated finish, Excellent with nickel plating. (similar to S549B)  PAT

0368. FURNACES MAY & FIEBEGER - AKRON OHIO - PAT. APR. 17, 1906 (same markings both sides) - - 3.5" J. R. Longs patented sliding wedge adjust nut wrench like Lot 367 above with advertising from a furnace company. These miniature wrenches can be found with advertising from several different firms. Good++ with some areas of worn plating.

0369. THE WATERBURY WRENCH CO. - PAT. APPLIED FOR WATERBURY, CONN. - - 5" combination quick and screw adjust bicycle wrench with a spoke wrench on end of handle. A design patent for this wrench was issued to John C. Ives of Waterbury, Conn. on 8-24-1897. Good++ . (S112)  PAT

0370. HEWET LITTLE GIANT - PAT FEB 27, 69 / Champlin &: Spencer Chicago - with ruler scale on shaft - 5" screw adjust bicycle wrench. Actual patent date is Mar 16, 1869, antedated Feb 27, 1869 (issued to Henry Wheaton Hewet of New York, NY). A "Top Shelf" rare bicycle/pocket wrench. Good++. (S107B)  PAT

0371. LOWE'S PATENT APRIL 10TH, 1894 / MADE BY BILLINGS & SPENCER (with the "B" in a triangle logo) - - 5.25" complex little wrench with a bottom knurled adjusting nut and a lever that operates a wedge for final tightening. Patent was issued to James A. Lowe of North Branch, NJ. Good++. (S111-bottom)  PAT

0372. THE LEADER - PAT. DEC. 3, 1895 - - 5.5" double screw, adjustable nut wrench. Made by Hardy & Carter of Boston, Mass. and patented by Carl Tinglof, same place. Good++. (S99T)  PAT

0373. IVER JOHNSON (Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Co. of Fitchburg, Mass.) - MADE IN USA - - 6" side screw adjust with tire tool end. Some light pitting. (S99D2)

0374. Cycle Grip Trademark / D. H. Carpenter Patented Feb 10, 1891, Feb 20, 1894 - - 5.5" quick adjust bicycle wrench with screwdriver blade on end. Applicable patents were issued to Daniel H. Carpenter of Orlando, Florida. Good++. Note: see Lot 364 for a different version of this wrench/ (not in Schulz, see Cope pg 90)  PAT

0375. U. S. Vise & Machine Co. - Bornstein Pat. July 26, 1892 - Chicago, Ill. / Worlds Exposition - Chicago - 1893 - - 5" all metal double screw turn handle adjustable wrench with locking collar and bulbous handle patented July 26, 1892 by Henry Bornstein of Boston, Mass. Good+ with some light pitting, some weak markings as usual. (S1066)  PAT.

0376. HALL WRENCH / PAT'D MAR. 13, 1894 - - 5.5" comb nut and pipe center screw adjust with a pivoting top jaw. The flat sides of the jaws were used for nuts and the sharp back bottom jaw edge for pipe. Patented by Charles Hall of New York, NY and mfg. by Samuel Hall's Sons of New York. Good+. (S1081, C155)  PAT

PiCs Lots 363 thru 376

0377. Barnes Tool Co - New Haven, Ct - - 5" hollow handle side screw adjust nut wrench with a screwdriver on end of adjustable jaw shaft. Don't think I have seen this one before. (Good+ with some edge dings, weak markings, not all readable. (not listed, no info)

0378. ACME (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 5". One of the smaller Acme twist handle nut wrenches produced. Patent was granted to Frederick B. Seymour of Detroit, Mich. Good++, weak markings. (S364)  PAT

0379. HERCULES (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 4.25" loop handled monkey wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. edge dings. (S364)

0380. Unmarked - - 5.25" fancy little all metal center screw adjust nut wrench with a hammer head. Good+ with a few dings.

0381. PAT MAY 30, 65 - JULY 10, 66 - - 4.5" Boardman combination tool with a center screw adjust nut wrench, pipe and spoke wrench, hammer, nail claw, screwdriver, square socket and tool bit holder (in end of handle. 1865 patent by A. W. Park of Norwich, Connecticut and 1866 patent by Bryan Boardman,(also of Norwich) apply. Manufactured by the B. Boardman & CO. and later by Tower & Lyon. Good+ with weak markings, minor dings, excellent nickel plating. (S788, C72)  PAT  and  PAT

0382. "ECCO" ABINGDON ECCO LTD./ REGD NO. 519300 - BRITISH MADE- - 5.25" pressed steel center screw nut wrench. Neat and Excellent. (not listed)

0383. A & M BUFFALO, N.Y. - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with a hollow sleeve type handle. Good+ with most of the original plating, few minor dings, jaws slightly sprung. (S114)

0384. B. & R. MFRS.(in a diamond logo) - - 5" center screw adjust bicycle wrench with hollow sleeve handle. Good+ with some weak markings. (like S101T, no info)

0385. HAYDEN'S - PAT. JUN 15, 80 - - 4" center screw adjust. Applicable patent was issued to Randolph Hayden of Middletown, Conn. Good++. (not in Schulz, C161)  PAT.

0386. Coes / Pat'd Dec 24, 1901 - Made In USA - - 5" all metal bicycle wrench with oval handle. Patented by Frederick Searle of Worcester, Mass. Good++ with some light pitting, strong markings. (HP57, S852)  PAT

0387. PROV PATT. - MADE IN ENGLAND - - 3.75". Miniature pressed steel side screw adjust nut wrench. Excellent, (not listed, no info)

0388. IVER JOHNSON (Iver Johnson Arms & Cycle Co. of Fitchburg, Mass.) - MADE IN USA - - 6" side screw adjust with tire tool end. Good+. refinished. (S99D2)

0389. DAV (with a standing man logo) - - 5.75" self adjust nut wrench. Should read "DAVID". See "Old Wrenches".   Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0390. Lot of two:
(1.) PREFER / MODELE DEPOSE - - 4.25" Center screw adjust. Good+ with a few minor dings, previous owner's ID (several punched dots). (not listed)
(2.) Unmarked - - 5" center screw adjust nut wrench with exposed shaft. Good with some edge dings.

0391. B & C - BEMIS & CALL H. & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. / 6 IN. - - Curved handle Crescent type, open handled variant. Good++ with a few weak markings.

PiCs Lots 377 thru 391

International Harvester and Related Companies Wrenches - Part One (Lots 392 thru 436)

0392. M6470 (with IHC logo) - - 14.75". IHC number for complete ratchet is M90168. Rare Threshing Machine Ratchet, first one I've seen, only one collector on Gil Irps' IHC Tool List has it. Good++, inside of the hex socket shows some bronze weld. (not in Rathbone)

0393. J1506 - J1507 (with IHC logos) - - 16.5". IHC No. M43823 for the complete ratchet. All markings debossed, curved handle. Excellent. (R1-254)

0394. P1189 - 16" embossed lettering. Good++. (R1-254)

0395. Lot of two:
(1.) G3524 (with IHC logo) - - 4.25". For Early IHC Titan Tractors. All marking embossed. Good++. (R2-144)
(2.) G8917 (with IHC logo) - - 4.25". For early IHC Gas Engines. All markings embossed. Excellent. (R2-146)

0396. M238 (with IHC logo) - - 14". Numbers debossed, logo embossed. Good++. (R1-254)

0397. M2055 (with IHC logo) - - 6". Sickle riveting tool. Good+.

0398. SA1406 - 2 / (IHC logo) - 12". All markings debossed. Good= with some light pitting. (R1-255)

0399. V265A (with a star logo) - 12". Markings embossed. Canadian McCormick-Deering Plow Wrench. Good+. (R255)

0400. G3526 (IHC logo) - - 11.75". All marking embossed. Good++. (R253)

0401. T28 (IHC and Kentucky Drill Co / American Seeding Co) - - 5.5" tee socket wrench with screwdriver end and hook. Markings embossed. (not in Rathbone)

0402. G3174 (with IHC logo) - - 6.5 hook spanner wrench used on early IHC Titan Tractors and IHC Gas Engines. All marking embossed. Excellent. (like R2-144)

0403. PO209 / D (with IHC logo) - - 11.75". All markings debossed. Good+ with slight bend. (R1-254)

0404. N478 (with IHC logo) - - 5" tee socket wrench. All markings embossed. Good++, painted black. (R1-254)

0405. E333-1/2 (with IHC logo) - - 12" socket and double spanner "Ram's Horn" wrench. All markings embossed. Good++. (R1-252)

0406. D420 / (with IHC logo) (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 5". All markings debossed. D420 markings are very wreak and not all readable. Some light pitting. (R1-363)

0407. SA1234 (with IHC logo) - -10" tee socket wrench with hammer head. All marking debossed. Excellent. (R1-255)

0408. F354C (with IHC logo) - - 8". All markings debossed, two square hole variant. Good++. Painted red. (R1-252)

0409. AP.146 - 3 (with IHC logo) - - 9". Australian IHC wrench. All markings debossed. Good++.

0410. M141 (with IHC logo) - - 9". All markings debossed. Good++. (R1-254)

PiCs Lots 392 thru 410

0411. CHATTANOOGA CP4003 / (IHC logo and a triangle logo) - - 8.75" with hammer head. Good++. All marking embossed. (R1-98)

0412. CP4003 (with IHC logo) (Chattanooga / IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings debossed. Good++. (R1-98)

0413. MCCORMICK (IHC) - - 6.25" double open ended wrench. 5/8" by 3/4" variant, not listed in Erps' list. Good++. (see R1-319)

0414. Z786 - A - Z788 with IHC logo (IHC part M446M) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench with ridged adjusting nut. Good+. (R1-256)

0415. DEERING (IHC) / PAT. SEP. 7, 97 - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal monkey wrench. Pitting, edge mushrooming. (R1-139)  PAT

0416. MCCORMICK (IHC) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. Good with dings, mushrooming, cracked wooden handle. (R1-320)

0417. GA246 (with IHC logo) - - 9.75" piston socket wrench. Good+ with some light dings. Numbers debossed, log embossed. (R1-253)

0418. M3599 (with IHC logo) - - 10" double socket wrench. All marking debossed. Good++. (R1-376)

0419. M3600 (with IHC logo) - - 8" double socket wrench. All markings debossed. Good++. (R1-254)

0420. G246 (IHC) - - 7.5" piston socket wrench. All markings debossed. Good+.(R1-253

0421. CPA4156 with IHC logo (IHC originally Chattanooga Plow) - - 7" double socket. Excellent. (R1-99)

0422. G6334 (IHC) - - 6" double socket wrench. Listed for IHC Titan and IHC early gas engines. Markings embossed. Good++. (R1-253

0423. N236 (Empire Drill / American Seeding Machine Co, later IHC) - - 6.5" double open ends with two sizes on each. No IHC logo variant. Excellent. (R1-254)

0424. S2128 (IHC) - - 11" flat steel. Extremely rare IHC wrench. Identical to SA2128, probably a die maker's mistake. Only one other known. Good++. (R2-145)

0425. Lot of three: Unmarked flat steel Oliver wrenches that are also listed in International Harvester of Canada Parts Books. All have red paint. (R1-361)
(1.) Unmarked RP5415 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 10.75".
(2.) Unmarked RP5414 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 9".
(3.) Unmarked RP54 Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 8".

0426. Lot of two: IHC Flat Steel Wrenches
(1.) Marked SA2127 (IHC) - - 8.75". Pitted, modified jaw?
(2.) Unmarked SA2127 (IHC) - - 8.75". Good++.

PiCs Lots 411 thru 426

0427. R319R (with HC logo) / CANADA - - 8". All markings debossed. Excellent. (R1-255)

0428. CHAMPION No. 175 (IHC?) - - 7.25" with six openings and stud. Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0429. R136 (Keystone, later IHC) - - 7". Excellent. (R1-255)

0430. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) U50 / CANADA - IH logo - - 8.25". All markings debossed. Excellent.
(2.) UA51 - IHC logo / CANADA - - 9". Stepped jaw, all markings debossed variation.

0431. Lot of three: Deering - IHC pitman wrenches. (R1-139)
(1.) PITMAN - - 5.5". Good+.
(2.) PITMAN DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) / D736 - - 5.5". Excellent.
(3.) DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) - D736 - - 5.5". Excellent. Good+.

0432. Unmarked (IHC No, 17601D?) - - 3.5" magneto wrench and gauge. Good+.

0433. AMERICAN BOSCH MAGNETO CORP. - MADE IN USA (IHC No. 17601D) - - 3.5" magneto wrench and gauge. Excellent

0434. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) U50 (no IHC logo - - 8". Pitting.
(2.) U51 - IHC logo - - 9". Good++.

0435. Lot of two: IHC Wrenches.
(1.) F354 (with IHC logo) - - 8". Two square holes, embossed markings variant. Good++.
(2.) FA354 (IHC) - - 8" with stud. (R2-145)

0436. P318 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier C B & Q Co.) - - 4.5". Good+. (R1-73)

Case Threshing Machine Wrenches (lots 437 thru 464)

0437. CASE 2051 with eagle logo (Case T. M. Co) - - 18.5" threshing machine cylinder tooth straightener. Good with dents and dings. (R1-82)

0438. 3137A with Case Eagle logo - Case T. M. Co.) - - 9". Sparkplug wrench for Case Cross Motor Tractors. Good++. (R1-82)

0439. 882M (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5". Rare sparkplug wrench for very early Case Tractors (e.g. 1916 9-18 HP Gas Tractor) and Case Automobiles. Painted. (R1-79, mistakenly under Case Plow Co. listing)

0440. 57TM (Case T. M. Co.) - - 9". early Case Threshing Machine wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-81)

0441. Lot of two: Early Case Threshing Machine wrenches
(1.) 5548T with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.75" early Case Threshing Machine wrench. Good+. (R1-81)
(2.) 111ME (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8". Pitted. (R1-82)

0442. 3329A with a "X" and Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5". Excellent. (R1-82)

0443. 5015T (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7'. Listed as a Key Wrench in parts books. Good++ with orange paint. (R1-81)

0444. L593 (Case T. M. Co.) - - 4.25" . Good++.(R2-52)

0445. L616 (Case T. M. Co, originally Emerson) - - 8.5" . Good+ with casting flaw on jaw. (R1-83)

PiCs Lots 427 thru 445

0446. 888C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 5.5". Good++. (R1-81)

0447. 886C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 7.75". Excellent. (R1-81)

0448. 886C - X logo (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 7.75". Excellent. (R1-81)

0449. 890C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 8.5". Pitted. (R1-81)

0450. 1820C with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 12.5". Good++. (R1-81)

0451. 1821C - U - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 15.75". Cracked jaw, some pitting. (R1-81)

0452. 1822C with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 20". Good++, painted. (R1-81)

0453. 1823C / Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 23.5". Old weld repair on one jaw. (R1-81)

0454. 880C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - -16.5". Some light pitting. (R1-81)

0455. 882C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-81)

0456. 883C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - -16". Good+. (R1-81)

0457. 884C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 9.25". Good++. (R1-81)

0458. 887C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 8.5". Good++, painted. (R1-81)

0459. 881C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - - 12.5" tee handle socket wrench. Good+. (R1-83)

PiCs Lots 446 thru 459

0460. Lot of four: Case Threshing Machine Co. Flat Steel Wrenches (see R1-78)
(1.) CASE 031W - - 11.5" Good+.
(2.) CASE 028W - - 9" Good++
(3.) CASE 027W - - 7.75". Good+.
(4.) CASE 026W - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 6.5". Good+.

0461. CASE W76598 - MADE IN U.S.A. (Case T. M. Co.) - - 9.25" flat steel wrench. Good++. (R1-78)

0462. OK1294 - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 9". H-shaped with pitman flange. The "goal post wrench". Good++ except for a 1/2" saw cut. (R1-82).

0463. Lot of two:
(1.) K439 - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7" pitman wrench. Quite a history for this wrench: Osborne then IHC then E-B and finally Case T. M. Co. Good++. (R1-82)
(2.) 76L / CASE (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7". Good++. (R1-77 mistakenly under Case Plow Co. listing)

0464. W402 (Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL. Later Case T. M. Co.) - - 17". Good+. (R1-163)

Case Plow Company and Case Plow Works Wrenches (lots 465 thru 469)

0465. Lot of two:
(1.) 883 - J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS / star logo - - 14.5". Good+. (R1-77)
(2.) 883 (Massey-Harris, Later Case Plow Works) - - 14.5" Good+. (R1-311)

0466. J. I. Case Plow Co / 124 - - 10". Rare, early Case Plow wrench from before the name change from Co. to Works. Some pitting. (R1-77)

0467. J. I. Case Plow Co / 74 - 109 - - 9.5". Extremely Rare. First one seen. (not in Rathbone)

0468. 3224 (J. I. Case Plow Works) - - 6.75" Rare wrench made of brass or bronze, probably a foundry mold pattern Excellent. (parts lists only shown for the wrench at R1-79)

0469. Lot of three:
(1.) 359 - J.I.C.P. WKS. - - 8.25". Good++. (R1-77)
(2.) 2234 / J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-77)
(3.) 2234 / C (Massey-Harris, earlier Case Plow Works) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-311)

PiCs Lots 460 thru 469

Planet Jr. Type Garden Cultivator Wrenches and Other Small Farm Wrenches, Etc. (lots 470 thru 491)

0470. Lot of six: "Look Alike" Garden Cultivator Wrenches. 6.5".
(1.) 4 / T (Iron Age - Bateman Brothers) (R2-27)
(2.) C200 (orphan)
(3.) 1AA / Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio)
(4.) 4 (orphan)
(5.) B B (orphan)
(6.) 1AA (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio)

0471. Lot of two: International Harvester Garden Cultivator Type Wrenches (with small hammer heads). 6".
(1.) R172 I- IHC logo / 1.
(2.) R172 (no logo) (IHC). Numbers embossed.

0472. Lot of eight: "Look Alike" Garden Cultivator Wrenches. (with small hammer heads) 6".
(1.) E507 (The Ohio Cultivator Co., Bellevue, Ohio)
(2.) 2 / 2 - E507 (The Ohio Cultivator Co., Bellevue, Ohio)
(3.) 7365 (Wm. Pratt - Chicago, Illinois)
(4.) Unmarked
(5.) SC9 (Tudhope-Anderson - Winnipeg, Manitoba and Orillia, Ontario, Canada)
(6.) 9 (or 6?)
(7.) 10 - "M" in a circle logo / G
(8.) 40 (Oliver). Casting flaws on two of the partition bars.

0473. Lot of four: "Look Alike" Garden Cultivator Wrenches with Wing Nut Wrench Openings. 6".
(1.) 31 (orphan)
(2.) LJ5 (orphan)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan)
(4.) G5 (orphan)

0474. Lot of four: "Look Alike" Garden Cultivator Wrenches. 6".
(1.) X59 (orphan)
(2.) X86 / 2 (orphan)
(3.) X36 (orphan)
(4.) X38 (orphan)

PiCs Lots 470 thru 474

0475. MINTERN - 3 / MELBOURNE (Victoria, Australia) - - 6". Planet Jr. type. Good++. (R1-330)

0476. H & D (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 5.25". Excellent.

0477. P61 / M (Massey-Harris, originally Verity) - - 6.25". With hammer head. Same number as verity cutout wrench. (parts list picture only R2-182)

0478. Lot of four: Iron King Implement Co. Wrenches (see Rathbone R1-261)
(1.) Unmarked - - 7". Odd configuration of three square box and one open end wrench openings. Good++./
(2.) Iron King / L153 213 - with an "U" in a circle logo - - 6" with small hammer head. Excellent.
(3.) IRON KING / 213 - with a "C" logo - - 6" with small hammer head. Excellent.
(4.) IRON KING / 50 -124 - - 5". Excellent.

0479. Lot of two: Planet Jr. Type Wrenches.
(1.) "M23" (orphan) - - 6.25" with hammer head. Excellent. (not listed, no info)
(2.) J8 (Frost & Wood) - - 6" with small hammer head. (R1-188}

0480. Lot of two: Odd Ball Orphan Wrenches
(1.) 11 - 7.25" with odd hook on end. Excellent (not listed, no info)
(2.) Unmarked - - 6.5" with triangular shaped shaft. Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0481. Lot of three: Standard Garden Tool Co. - Montrose, Iowa Wrenches. All have small hammer heads. (see R1-435)
(1.) STANDARD - - 6.25". Good+.
(2.) STANDARD / 9L - - 6.25".
(3.) STANDARD - - 6.25". Rare two instead of three opening variation. Check your wrenches this, one is seldom found. Painted (variation not in Rathbone)

0482. Lot of three: Misc. Small Wrenches.
(1.) Gendron Mfg Co / 50 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) - 3.75". Some pitting (R2-113))
(2.) STERLING R+ 460 / RIGAS - - 4.25" Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 4" offset open end by square box end. (not listed, no info)

0483. Lot of three:
(1.) E. C. STEARNS & CO SYRACUSE, NY - 5074 - - 4.75". Excellent.
(2.) 1893 (Dille & McGuire, Richmond, Indiana) - - 3.75" lawnmower wrench. Excellent.
(3.) No. C-665 - F & N Lawn Mower Co (Richmond, Ind.) - - 5.25". Pitting. (numbered variant not in Rathbone, see R2-93)

0484. ROUND / OAK (Round Oak Stove Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 4". Good++.

0485. EUREKA (Eureka Mower Co., Utica, NY) - - 4". Light pitting. (R1-169)

PiCs Lots 475 thru 485

0486. Marked only "42" (Planet Jr. - S. L. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.?) - - 6.5". Looks like wrench shown in Planet Jr. Parts Books. First one seen with a part number. Four partition bars variant. Good++. (see R2-380)

0487. Unmarked (Planet Jr. - S. L. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5". Looks like wrench shown in Planet Jr. Parts Books. Three partition bars variant. Good++. (R1-380)

0488. Unmarked (Planet Jr. - S. L. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5". Looks like wrench shown in Planet Jr. Parts Books. Four partition bars variant. Good++. (R1-380)

0489. Lot of four: Small Planet Jr. wrenches with small hammer heads.
(1.) PLANET JR. / 3 - IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 6.25". Good++
(2.) 3 PLANET JR. / PLANET JR. - - 6.25". Good++.
(3.) PLANET JR. / 3 - U.S.A. - - 6.25". Excellent.
(4.) PLANET JR. / 3 - U.S.A. WITH A "M" in an octagon logo. - - 6.25". Good++.

0490. K48 (Planet Jr. - S. L. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 4.5". Rare solid version, usually found with cutout markings. Light pitting. (not in Rathbone)

0491. Lot of two: Planet Jr. stamped steel wrenches From the S. L. Allen & Co. of Philadelphia, Penn, also on the IHC Tool List) . This Marking variation without "Made in the USA" not listed. (variation not pictured in Rathbone)
(1.) 5430 - PLANET JR. - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 5" stamped steel wrench (R1-380)
(2.) 5430 - - 5". This Marking variation with the part number only is not shown on Irps' IHC List or in Rathbone's book)

Farm Equipment Type Wrenches (Lots 492 thru 503)

0492. D34 (Russell & Co - Massillon, Ohio) - - 6" Steam Engine socket. Good+. (R1-408)

0493. Reeves / 1578 (Reeves & Co. - Columbus, Ind.) - - 6.5" Doe steam engine wrench. Light pitting. (R1-393)

0494. RICHMOND & CHANDLER (Salford, England) - - 7.25". Good++. (R2-248)

0495. Singer & Co Coventry - -6". Excellent. (R2-265)

0496. 0719. Lot of two: This little tee handled socket wrench first shows up in parts books for the Ruth Self Feeder mfg. by the Ruth Self Feeder Co. of Halstead, Kansas. The Ruth Company was purchased by The Parsons Band Cutter and Self Feeder Co. of Newton, Iowa in 1905. Parsons was later acquired by the Maytag Co. of Newton, Iowa. Maytag continued to manufacture the Ruth Self feeder for many years. Threshing machine manufacturers that sold the Ruth Self Feeders with their threshing machines also showed this wrench in their parts books including the M. Rumely Company.
(1.) R-43 - - 6.5". Good. (R1-405)
(2.) 43R - - 6.5". Good+. Probably a casting error for R43. (not in Rathbone)

0497. RAKE (orphan) - - 9". Odd hitch pin-wrench. Good+. (not in Rathbone)

0498. 379 / S. B. C. P. CO. (in logo) (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 9". with hammer head. Good++.

0499. SAMSON - 1892 - FOR WRIST PIN ONLY / FOR FRONT CAP BOX ONLY (Stover Mfg Co) - - 7.5" Stover Samson Windmill wrench. Excellent.

0500. KGMC (orphan) - - 9.5". Looks like Deere 148 wrench. Good++. (R1-275)

0501. B5 (Mast, Foos & Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 4". Good++. (R2-186)

0502. RHEA-THIELENS IMP CO - PEORIA USA - - 7.25". Pitting. (R1-395)

0503. RIVAL (orphan?) - - 6". Excellent (R2-416)

PiCs Lots 486 thru 503

Threshing Machine Cylinder Wrenches (lots 504 thru 510)

0504. Unmarked - - 28.5".threshing machine cylinder wrench. Good+.

0505. 95N - IHC logo - - 23.75". Good+. (R1-254)

0506. LUNDS PATENT / FOSSTON CARPENTER CO. - ST. PAUL, MINN . / W3 - - 19.75". Patented by Henry Lund of Grafton, North Dakota on March 6, 1900. Good++, no handle. (R1-181)  PAT.

0507. THE HANDY WRENCH / PAT MAR 30 1926 - 22" chain drive threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench fitted with a 1-1/4" hex socket . Mfg. by Port Huron Machinery & Supply Co. of Lincoln, Nebraska and Pat. Mar. 30, 1926 By Reuben D. Litwiller of Seward, Neb. Excellent, no handle. (S46, R1-215)  PAT

0508. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 4 - - 17" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench complete with a 1-1/4" square socket handle. Patent Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Some pitting. (S45, R1-455)  PAT

0509. BOSS CYLINDER WRENCH PATENTED / ADDRESS LAMBERTON MINNESOTA - -18.5" with 1-1/4" square sockets. Good++, no handle. (R1-59)

0510. THE IMPROVED BOSS PAT' OCT 29-01 MFD BY J.P. JOHNSON STORDEN MINN. - - 18.5" with 1" and 1-1/8" square sockets. Patented by John P. Johnson of Storden, Minn. Good++, no handle. (not in Rathbone)  PAT

PiCs Lots 504 thru 510

Cutout Type Wrenches (lots 511 thru 531)

0511. OXO (in cutout letters) / L234 (Noxon Brothers of Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada) - - 8.25" CUTOUT. Same wrench as the Noxon L234 without the two N's. Wrench mounted on the tool box that has the N's. Good+. (R1-256)

0512. BUFFALO PITTS (PITTS in cutout letters) CO NY - H O . Also on the IHC Tool List - - 10.25". CUTOUT. Can see some pitting under the new black paint. (R1-68)

0513. VERITY / P61 (Verity Plow Co / Massey-Harris) - - 6.25" CUTOUT with hammer head. Some light pitting. (R1-472)

0514. UNIVERSAL (in cutout letters)(Ames Plow Co. - Worcester and Ayer, Mass.) - - 5" CUTOUT. No part number variation. Good++. (R1-466)

0515. UNIVERSAL (in cutout letters) E12 (Ames Plow Co. - Worcester and Ayer, Mass.) - - 5" CUTOUT. Marked with part number variation. Good++. (R1-466)

0516. P & O 1338 (Parlin & Orendorff =- later IHC) - - 6" CUTOUT with small hammer head. Numbers on back variant. Good+. (R1-370)

0517. S437 - LITCHFIELD (in cutout letters) (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" CUTOUT. Pitting. (R1-299)

0518. C9 - IRON AGE (in cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with small hammer head. Smaller 3/8" square box end variant. Pitted. (R!-260)

0519. C9 - IRON AGE (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with small hammer head. Larger 9/16" square box end variant. Good Plus. (R1-260)

0520. ABF - York PA (A. B. Farquhar, York, Penn.) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Pitted. (R1-176)

0521. CASADAY (in cutout letters) (South Bend Chilled Plow C0. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 11.5" CUTOUT. One of the most desirable, largest, and most impressive looking of all the cutout wrenches. Great looking wrench with just some light pitting, mostly on the edges. Nice dark patina. (R1-429)

0522. GRANITE STATE (in cutout letters) (Hinsdale, New Hampshire) - - 5". Smallest of the known CUTOUT wrenches. Good+. (R1-207)

0523. DEERE (in cutout letters) - A196 - U - - 8" with CUTOUT letters. Part number on the right above the open end. (D157, R1-131)

0524. A196A - DEERE (in cutout letters) - - 8" CUTOUT with part number running up along side of large square box end. Good++ except for small jaw crack and casting flaw. (D162, R1-131)

0525. E39 - Iron Age (cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 8.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good++. (R1-260)

0526. BLACKHAWK (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" with CUTOUT letters and hammer head. No stud variant. Looks excellent under new black paint. (R2-36).

0527. BLACKHAWK (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" with CUTOUT letters and hammer head. With stud variant. Pitted (R2-36).

0528. K48 / PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 4.75" CUTOUT with a tiny hammer head. Smallest of the Planet Jr. cutout wrenches. Good++. (R1-380)

0529. PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) / K48 U.S.A. (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 4.75" CUTOUT with a tiny hammer head. Smallest of the Planet Jr. cutout wrenches. Good++. (R1-380)

0530. Lot of two: Planet Jr. CUTOUT Wrenches. (R1-380)
(1.) 3 / PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good++.
(2.) 2 / PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good++.

0531. PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) / H4 - - 8" CUTOUT with two hammer heads. Scarce Planet Jr. wrench. Good++. (R1-380)

PiCs Lots 511 thru 531

John Deere and Related Companies Wrenches (lots 532 thru 565)

0532. DEERE & CO / M123 - - 11.25" with hammer head. Good++ (D424)

0533. DEERE & CO / M123-A - - 11.25" with hammer head. Good+ (D425)

0534. SYRACUSE / IRON & STEEL (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.25". 1-1/4" by 1" hex opening variant. Pitting. (D601)

0535. Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". Two hammer heads, small end up variation. Good++. (D533)

0536. Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". One hammer head, small end down variation. Good++. (D551)

0537. SYRACUSE / LH22 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 9" with hammer head. Excellent. (D420)

0538. D & M Co. (Deere & Mansur) / B470 - - 13.25". Some pitting. (D252)

0539. W2 (Deere) - - 9". Good++. (D542)

0540. John Deere / 1340SC - 9" Pitting. (D81)

0541. B210 B211 B212 (Deere No. B219 consisting of parts B210, B211, B212, B213) - - 15" two piece swing out wrench. Excellent, one of the nicest ones I've seen. (D-241)

0542. CLUTCH / BP495 (Dain / Deere) - - 5.5" Extremely rare wrench that came with the Dain Hay Press. Nobody shows the BP495E in Dill's Deere Tool Owner's List, this earlier example without the "E" suffix isn't even listed. One of the highlights of the auction. Good++. (like D269)

0543. DIXIE MAGNETO (Waterloo Boy / Deere Tractor part #8354) - - 5" loop handle screwdriver. Dill's no. D106 is an unmarked variant of this screwdriver, i suspect this one marked "Dixie Magneto" would be the correct wrench for the Waterloo Boy Tractor. Good with a couple areas of very light pitting, light grind marks on tip. (like D106)

0544. Mossberg No. 276 (Waterloo Boy / Deere K2057) - - 7.75" flat steel double open end. (D389)

0545. A124 / Z (Deere) - - 4.25" tee wrench, numbered across head variation. New green paint. (D151)

0546. Marked only "A" (Kemp & Burpee Mfg. Co. - Syracuse, NY / Deere) - 10.25". Markings debossed. Good++. (D146)

0547. A123 / U (Deere) - 11". Some light pitting. (D150)

0548. 154 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 15" with hammer head. Excellent. (D27)

PiCs Lots 532 thru 548

0549. S26 08D - MOTOR WHEEL - 05164 - 3/4 HEX (Deere A5278DU) - - 17.5" lug wrench for John Deere Wagons. Not marked "MADE IN USA" variant". Excellent. (D193)

0550. S26 08D - MOTOR WHEEL - 05164 - 3/4 - HEX - MADE IN USA (Deere A5278DU) - - 19" lug wrench for John Deere Wagons. Good++. (D193)

0551. Lot of two:
(1.) 148 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere)- - 9.5". Good+. (D25, R1-448)
(2.) 157 (Deere & Mansur) - - 9.5". Similar to 148 wrench above. Some pitting. (D30)

0552. Lot of two:
(1.) SC25 (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 6.5" with angled square opening variation. Some pitting. (D530)
(2.) 85E (orphan) - - 6.75". Similar to SC25 above. Good++. (not listed, no info)

0553. 22611 JOHN DEERE / JOHN DEERE - - 19.5". Some light pitting, new green paint. (D135)

0554. Lot of three:
(1.) D34 / U (Deere) - - 8.75". Good+. (D277)
(2.) Unmarked (John Deere Plow Works H68) - - 6.25". Pitting. (D328)
(3.) M14 / U (Deere / McGee Garden Cultivator) - - 9.5". Some pitting. (D421)

0555. Deere HZ836 - - 7" two round holes on double open end variation. Excellent. (D338)

0556. Lot of five: JD Flat Steel Wrenches
(1.) JD-53 - - 10.5". Small end up variation.
(2.) JD-52 - - 8.5". Large end up variation.
(3.) JD-52 - - 8.5". Small end up variation.
(4.) JD-51 - - 8.5". Small end up variation.
(5.) JD-50 - - 6". Small end up variation,

PiCs Lots 549 thru 556

0557. LETZ - E782 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 7" Deering pattern. Good. (D308)

0558. LETZ (M600) (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 9.5" wooden handled sharpening stone. Rare Letz-Deere item with name marked in large letters on wooden handle. Handle is Excellent, stone shows some use. (D426)

0559. LETZ - HERBRAND (in script) - FREMONT, O. USA / 337 -1/2 USS - 7/16 USS - - 12". Like Dill's 431, Letz M1143 but not marked with the part number Good+.

0560. Lot of two:
(1.) 136 / U (Deere) - - 10.25". Square holes variant. Good+ with some light pitting. (D21)
(2.) Unmarked - - 10" like Deere 136 or Deere 157? Some pitting.

0561. Lot of two:
(1.) 136 / U (Deere) - - 10.25". Round holes variant. Good+ with some light pitting. (D20)
(2.) Unmarked - - 10" like Deere 136? Some pitting.

0562. B247H - U - JD logo - - 9" binder wrench-crank. Excellent. (D242)

0563. Lot of three:
(1.) G51 (Dain) - - 8.5". Good. D317)
(2.) Dain / Z78 - D 6.5" pitman wrench. Marking upside down variant. Good++. (D562)
(3.) DAIN / L136E - - 7.75". Markings near slot variation. Some light pitting. (D411)

0564. Lot of four:
(1.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO - - 7.5". Good++. (D170)
(2.) Marked only A522 - - 7.25". Good++. (D173)
(3.) A583 / DEERE MANSUR CO. - - 6". Casting flaw for A523?
(4.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO - - 7.5". Numbers upside down compared to D170) Good+. (D171)

0565. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked (Deere A401) - - 9.25" wagon wrench-pin with 2-5/16" jaws and 5/8" pin. (D168)
(2.) Unmarked - - 9" wagon wrench-pin similar to A401 above but with 2-7/8" jaws and 11/16" pin.

PiCs Lots 557 thru 565

Adjustable Nut Wrenches (lots 566 thru 582)

0566. GORDON AUTOMATIC PATENT APPLIED FOR (same markings both sides) - - 10" curved handle Crescent type with an attachment to the adjusting gear that releases the moveable jaw for quick adjustment. Patented Jul. 22, 1924 by William Gordon of Union, New Jersey. Scarce large size. Some minor adjusting knurled gear damage, otherwise Good++. (S492)  PAT.

0567. GORDON AUTOMATIC PATENT APPLIED FOR (same markings both sides) - - 8". adjustable nut wrench like Lot 566 above but in smaller size. Good++. (S492)  PAT.

0568. WIZARD - THE RICHARDS MFG CO AURORA, ILL - PATENTED MAY 21, 07 OTHER PATS PENDING - - 8" adjustable wrench that combines a double screw Crescent type adjustment on a ratcheting head. Patented by Joseph N. Noyer of Gould City, Washington. Good++ with traces of the cyanide hardening process tiger striped. (S156T)  PAT

0569. BUCKEYE - - 9.5" double headed malleable nut wrench with two sizes of Crescent looking wrenches but adjusted by loosening a wing nut and sliding jaw into position. Excellent. (S303)

0570. Marked only "PAT. APL." - - 9" rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Patent was issued Sept. 3. 1907. The second of two consecutive wrench patents issued on the same day to Max Schwendner of Reading, PA. Good++ except for some dings on one side of the lower jaw. (not in Schulz, C276)  PAT.

0571. Unmarked - - 4.25" monkey wrench attachment to convert a nut wrench to a pipe wrench. Advertised as the "Yankee Pipe Jaw" by Wilcox Mfg. Co. of Aurora, Illinois and patented Dec. 5, 1899 by George W. Rouse of Lowell, Mich. These were made in several different sizes, check yours for length. Excellent. (see jaws on S620, C334)  PAT

0572. SAN DIEGO SPECIALTY WORKS / PAT. 6-17-12 - - 8" odd self adjust wrench patented by William Bessolo the notorious wrench inventor and alleged con man. Although the wrench shows a June 17, 1912 patent date (which has not been found), patent No. 1,004,792 of Oct. 3. 1911 issued to Bessolo (while he lived in Denver, Colorado) looks actually like this wrench. Rare wrench in Good++ condition.  PAT

0573. GLOBE WRENCH CO - IPSWICH, MASS - PAT'D MAR. 15, 10 - - 8." all metal. turn handle to adjust nut wrench. Patented by Benjamin Woodward of Ipswich, Mass. (also found marked Sunapee, NH.). Good++. (S393)  PAT.

0574. STANDARD TOOL CO. - ATHOL, MASS USA / PATENTED JUNE 8, 1889 - - 8.5" wooden handled screw and quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded bar that releases the lower jaw from the screw threads. Patented by Stephen Bellows of Athol, Mass. Advertised as the "Rapid Transit Wrench" Much scarcer than the all metal version. Good++ with minor dings, stamped former owner's id ("S"). (S526, C46)  PAT

0575. EVER-READY WRENCH CO - FORT WORTH, TEXAS / DROP FORGED - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 8" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with a lever release. Pat. Jan 11, 1921 by Otey Kirkpatrick of Fort Worth. Good++. (S491, C131)  PAT

0576. ATHOL MACHINE CO - ATHOL MASS - USA - - 6" all metal comb. screw and quick adjust wrench with a spring loaded bar that releases the lower jaw from the screw threads. Patented June 8, 1889 by Stephen Bellows of Athol, Mass. and advertised as the "Rapid Transit Wrench" Good+. (S526, C46)  PAT

0577. TRIMO - TRIMO TRADEMARK - ALL FORGED STEEL - CASE HARDENED / 6" - / TRIMO - PATENTED - DROP FORGED - - 6". These earliest versions of the Trimo all steel nut wrenches have a distinctive slotted shaft on the adjustable jaw. Patented by Alfred G. Ely of New York, NY on July 19, 1904. rare small size. Good++. (S435)  PAT

0578. Lot of two: Curved Handled Crescent Type Wrenches
(1.) WESTCOTT - 5 - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO, / 8 INCH NO 78 - BUFFALO, NY USA - - 8:. Good+.
(2.) B & C (Bemis & Call) . 6 IN. - - 6". Open handle variation, Good+.

0579. E - THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo) - - 6.75" center screw adjustable wrench. Good++.

0580. C - BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo) / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB. 18TH, 1879 - - 5.25" center screw adjustable wrench with knurled round handle. Good+.  PAT.

0581. D - BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo) / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB. 18TH, 1879 - - 6" center screw adjustable wrench. Good++.  PAT.

0582. HAYDEN'S - PAT. JUN 15, 80 - - 4" center screw adjust. Applicable patent was issued to Randolph Hayden of Middletown, Conn. Good. (not in Schulz, C161)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 566 thru 582

Alligator Type Wrenches (lots 583 thru 591)

0583. 12 INCH SHARK - PAT PEND'G. / RICHARDS MFG CO AURORA, ILL - - 12" adjustable alligator wrench. Patented by Herman Paquette of Chicago, ILL. on Jan. 25, 1910. Some pitting, tiny crack on the locking latch. (S23)  PAT.

0584. 8 INCH SHARK - PAT PEND'G. / RICHARDS MFG CO AURORA, ILL - - 8" adjustable alligator wrench like larger 12" at Lot 583 above. Good+ with some light pitting, drilled hang hole. (S23)

0585. NILSON-WALTERS WRENCH CO CASSELTON, N. DAK. / PAT'D DEC 25, 1900 - - 6.75" alligator wrench with adjustable upper jaw. This Christmas Day wrench was patented by Nils Nilson of Absaroka, ND (which is only 197.4 miles from Lawrence Welk's home town). Also found marked " NILSON Co. - Casselton N.D". Good+ with most of the original plating, some dings, former owner's stamped initials (C234, S32)  PAT.

0586. THE EFFICIENT VISE & WRENCH CO. / CLEVELAND, O - PAT. APPLD. - - 9". Single ended alligator wrench with a center pivoting jaw insert to reverse direction without turn the wrench over. Good+ with some light pitting. Patent not found. (C128)

0587. TRIPLET WRENCH PAT APPLIED FOR - - 5.5" double ended bicycle or pocket wrench with adj bolt and adj alligator heads plus two tap holders. Pat 8-19-13. Patented by John Anderson of Portland, Conn. and mfg. by G. L. Holt Co. of Hartford, Conn. Also made or sold by Stanley Tool Co for a short time circa 1913. Good++ with a few minor jaw edge dings. (S106D2)  PAT.

0588. Marked only: PAT AUG. 3, 97 - - 5" simple lever and rack quick adjust pocket wench wrench with an alligator and bike nipple wrench, ruler and screwdriver. Good+ Patented by Ira Tripp of Aurora, Illinois. Advertised as "The Best" wrench by the Best Wrench Company of Chicago, ILL. (S807, C64)  PAT

0589. G. M. CO. - L. I. CITY, NY. / MADE IN USA - UNBREAKABLE - - 8.5" cast combination tool quick and screw adjust nut wrench with alligator wrench, hammer, pry bar and nail puller. Design patent was issued to George Iskyan of Jackson Heights, NY on 9-7-1954. Excellent with most of the original plating intact. (S791)  PAT.

0590. BOYNTON'S PATENT / PAT'D JUN 14 - 1887 - - 15.5" Heavy-duty screw adjust alligator wrench made by the Campbell Printing Press & Mfg Co. of New York. Has the stepped lower jaw which was covered by the patent issued to Edward S. Boynton of New York, NY. Good+. (S28)  PAT.

0591. Lot of ten: Alligator Wrenches. Including a Rare Hawkeye with pipe size rethreading dies.
(1.) V & B (Vaughan & Bushnell) / 1 - - 5.5".
(2.) JAR logo (John A. Roebling's Sons) - ALLIGATOR WRENCH - PAT AUG. 3, 1897 - - 5.5".Design patent was granted to Samuel T. Freas 0f Trenton, NJ.  PAT.
(3.) TERRIER NO. 10 - THE K & B CO. (in a diamond logo) (Kilborn & Bishop Co) - NEW HAVEN, CT. / DROP[P FORGED - - 5.5".
(4.) VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO - NO. 1 - - 55" double ended .
(5.) BULL TERRIER / W & B in a diamond logo (WHITMAN & BARNES) - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 5.75".
(6.) PIPE - 1/8 - 3/8 - 1/4-THE HAWKEYE - MADE IN U.S.A. -HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. NO. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8". seems like you see a several hundred of these with the bolt size thread cleaning dies before you find one with the pipe size dies. Patent was issued to Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Good++ with some minor jaws serrations damage.  PAT
(7.) BONNEY VIXEN - ALLENTOWN PA / (Bonney's "B" in shield logo) - - 8.25" Some damage.
(8.) VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO - NO. 1 - - 5.5. Single ended.
(9.) (can't read first line) NO. 12 - JULY 26, 98 - - 5.5". Design patent was granted to Sanford S. Vaughan of Chicago, ILL.  PAT
(10.) U.S. - LONERGAN MFG. CO - 1951 - - 5". Flat steel alligator with screwdriver end. Lonergan Mfg. Co. of Albion, Migh. were the predecessor of McGraw-Edison. They made bomb casings during WWII and heating stoves among other items.

PiCs Lots 583 thru 591

H. D. Smith Perfect Handle Wrenches and Other Tools (lots 592 thru 622)

0592. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. U.S.A - 24 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 24" screw adjust pipe wrench with wood knife type handle. Largest of the Perfect Handle pipe wrenches. Good+.

0593. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 12" with knife type wood handle. Advertised for use as a tire tool or pry bar. Design patent issued to by Lucius Walkley of Plantsville, CT. on July 8, 1913. Shortened?  PAT

0594. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 18 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 18" screw adjust pipe wrench with wood knife type handle. Good+.

0595. RUSSWIN - REGISTERED PAT'D OCT. 30, 1900, JAN 15, 1901, FEB 26, 1901 - - 18". monkey wrench with wood knife type handle. Made for Russwin by H. D. Smith. Good.  PAT

0596. 1/2 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 7.5" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Good++.

0597. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - "PERFECT HANDLE" (same markings both sides) - - 13.5" hatchet with hammer head and wood knife type handle. One of the harder H. D. Smith tools to acquire. Metal part is Good+ but the handle slabs are poor and in need of a transplant.

0598. 3/4 - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 11" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Edge mushrooming, other dings, wood slabs are replacements (with screws instead of rivets).

0599. H. D. SMITH & CO. - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. - PAT. JUNE 9, 1914 - PAT, Feb 20, 1917 - MADE IN USA - - 7" all metal offset pliers. Listed as No. 646 "Gittatit" Offset Slip Joint Pliers in H. D Smith Catalogs. Good+ with weak markings, most not readable.  PAT

0600. 5/8- THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 9.25" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Pitted, wood slabs are replacements (with screws instead of rivets).

0601. 5/8- THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 9.25" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Good+.

0602. (can't read markings) - - 10" H. D. Smith Ball Peen Hammer. Patent issued to William S. Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Metal is pitted, slabs and rivets have been replaced.  PAT.

0603. PERFECT HANDLE TRIPLE LEVER PATENTED (same markings on both handles) The screwdriver tip is marked but faintly. - - 9.25" knife type wood handled screwdriver that can be locked in three different positions. Patented 8-8-1911 by William Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. Good+ with a small piece missing from one wooden slab.  PAT.

0604. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 10 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 10" "S" curved handle Crescent type wrench. Patents by William S. Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. of May 13, 1913 and Jan. 15, 1915 apply. Poor condition, with pitting, minor grind marks, replaced handle slabs. (S306)  PAT

0605. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 8 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 8" straight handle Crescent type wrench. Adjusting knurl is stripped, some dings, handle slabs are Good+. (S406)  PAT

PiCs Lots 592 thru 605

0606. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 12.75" with knife type wood handle. Advertised for use as a tire tool or pry bar. Design patent issued to by Lucius Walkley of Plantsville, CT. on July 8, 1913. Good+, but tip of pry bar have been modified?  PAT

0607. H. D. SMITH & CO.- PAT. MAY 28, 07 - CONN. U.S.A. (can't read rest of the markings) - - 10" ball peen hammer. Patent issued to William S. Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Metal is Good+, slabs are crude replacements.  PAT.

0608. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / PERFECT HANDLE - PATENTED - - 9.25" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Good with dings and rough slabs.

0609. 1 - BROWN & SHARPE MFG. CO. - PROVIDENCE, R. I. - THE H. D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" - PATENTED - - 8.25" open end wrench with wooden knife type handle. Some light pitting. very small jaw crack.

0610. Lot of four: Perfect Handle Type Screwdrivers with Round Shanks
(1.) Unmarked - - 9.25". Poor
(2.) Marked only with a "6" in a triangle - - 11". Good+.
(3.) Unmarked - - 11.25". Good+.
(4.) Unmarked - - 11.25". Good+.

0611. Lot of three: Perfect Handle Screwdrivers with Square Shanks. All marked THE H. D. S. & CO. - PERFECT HANDLE - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. U.S.A.
(1.) 9.25". Good+.
(2.) 9.25". Good+.
(3.) 10.5". Good+, handle has chunk missing.

0612. Lot of three: Perfect Handle Type Screwdrivers with Square Shanks
(1.) FEDERAL - - 7". Chunks missing from handle.
(2.) THE H. D. S. & CO. - PERFECT HANDLE - PAT. AUG 25. 03 - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. U.S.A. - - 8.5" . Screwdriver tip has been ground, can't read all the markings, slabs have small crack, chips.  PAT.
(3.) LI NOX 9-1/2 - - 9.25". Good+ with minor dings.

0613. Lot of four: Perfect Handle Type Screwdrivers with Round Shanks
(1.) Marked only with a "3" in a triangle - - 6". Good+.
(2.) Marked only with a "4" in a triangle - - 8.5". Good+.
(3.) Marked only with a "5" in a triangle - - 9.5". Good+.
(4.) Marked only with a "6" in a triangle - - 11". Tip has been modified, slabs have some chips missing.

0614. Marked only "10" in a circle - - 16". Perfect handle "winged type" screwdriver. Slabs are Good++, shaft and tip have some damage.

0615. Lot of three: Perfect Handle Screwdrivers
(1.) Marked with a "4" in a circle, the H. D. Smith Perfect Handle markings are there but barley readable) - - 8.75". "Winged " type Good+.
(2.) Rounded indention at bottom of shaft marked with a large "S" and IMPROVED 660 - PAT APL'D FOR. - - 9.5". The "S" stands for Semper Idem (Latin for "always the same". A H. D. Smith trademark usually found on their all steel monkey wrenches. Screwdriver tip has been ground, minor slab crack.
(3.) 9" "Winged" type. Poor condition with pitting, dings, slabs are chipped, can't read any markings.

PiCs Lots 606 thru 615

0616. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 10 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 10" straight handle Crescent type wrench. Excellent adjustment, Good metal with dings and minor grind marks, wood is Good++. (S406)  PAT

0617. PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED / THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA (on lever) and THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / DROP FORGED (on hook) - - 13". Listed in catalog as No. 650 "Perfect Handle" Valve Spring Lifter. Lever has the wood slab handles. Complete with correct marked hook and chain, This tool is hardly ever found complete with hook and chain. Lever is Good++, hook is Excellent.

0618. THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / NO. 1 THE ULTIMATE - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 13.25". Valve spring lifter. Ultra rare H. D. Smith item. I have seen a picture of the No. 2 "Ultimate" Valve Spring Lifter in H. D. Smith's catalog No. 25 but not this No. 1 Model. First one I have seen. Excellent.

0619. THE H. D. SMITH & CO - "PERFECT HANDLE" - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 - MADE IN USA - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. Patents for the H. D. Smith monkey wrenches were issued to Amos Shepard and William Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Good with several dings, slabs are Good++. (S405)  PAT

0620. THE H. D. SMITH & CO - "PERFECT HANDLE" - PAT'D Oct. 30, 1900; Jan 15, 1901; and Feb 26, 1901 - MADE IN USA - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench. Good. (S405)  PAT

0621. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 10 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 10" screw adjust pipe wrench with wood knife type handle. Good++ with a Trimo upper jaw.

0622. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 8 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 8" screw adjust pipe wrench with wood knife type handle. Good++.

PiCs Lots 616 thru 622

Silo and Silo Type Wrenches (lots 623 thru 648)

0623. CHAMPION SILO with a "CH" logo / WESTERN SILO CO - DES MOINES IOWA - - 12". Single hex box end. Good++.

0624. CROWN SILO with a "CH" logo / CROWN LUMBER & SILO CO - OMAHA - - 12". Good++. (R1-119)

0625. E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 / RACINE WIS - S13 - 5/8 - -10.25. Good++. (R1-453)

0626. E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 / RACINE WIS - NO 2 - 5/8 - -10.25. Some pitting. (R1-453)

0627. E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 - 1/2 / RACINE WIS - S12 - 3/4 - -10.5. Good+. (R1-453)

0628. T.B. WOOD'S SONS - CHAMBERSBURG, PA. - 5/8 - - 10.75". Good++. (R1-493)

0629. UNADILLA SILO CO - - 10.25". Open end by double box end. Good++. (R1-462)

0630. UNADILLA SILO CO - 20 - 2 - - 10.25". Open end by double box end. Good+, painted. (R1-462)

0631. ECONOMY SILO / 1 - - 9.25". Good++. (R1-158)

0632. SAGINAW SILO / THE MCCLURE CO - - 8.5" double hex box end. Good++. (R1-318)

0633. SAGINAW SILO / FARMERS HANDY WAGON CO (Saginaw, Mich.) - - 8.5". Good+. (R1-175)

0634. BEAVER DAM WISC. with a "BD" logo / 37 - - 8.5". Single hex box. Good++. (not in Rathbone)

0635. WOODS BROS SILO & MFG CO / THE HINGE DOOR SILO - - 8.5". Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-496)

0636. UNADILLA SILO CO / UNADILLA N.Y. - - 8.75" Y-shaped with three open ends. Good++. (R1-462)

0637. OTTERVILLE MFG CO - 5/8 and 1/2 / S12 - 3/4 (Ontario, Canada) - - 10.5". Good+. (R1-364)

0638. SEARS ROEBUCK & CO / MINNEAPOLIS MINN. - - 10". Good+. (R1-418)

0639. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO - 5/8 - - 10". Large letters variant. Good+. (R2-208)

0640. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO - 5/8 - - 10". Small letters variant. Good+. (R2-208)

0641. TWIN CITY TANK & SILO CO - 5/8 / MINNEAPOLIS MINN - 1/2 - - 10". Large markings variant. Good+. (R1-461)

0642. TWIN CITY TANK & SILO CO - 5/8 / MINNEAPOLIS MINN - 1/2 - - 10". Large markings variant. Good+. (R1-461)

0643. NAPPANEE SILOS - 3/4 / NAPPANEE LUMBER & MFG. CO. - 1/2 - 5/8 (Nappanee, Ind.) - - 10". Some pitting under new black paint. (R1-346)

PiCs Lots 623 thru 643

0644. NAPPANEE LUMBER &: MFG. CO. - NAPPANEE IND. / NAPPANEE SILOS - MONARCH & CLIMAX - 12.5" good Plus. (R1-346)

0645. Demuth Steel Products Co. CHICAGO - - 10.5" ratchet with hex socket. Patent was issued to Gordon K. Wright of Hinsdale, Illinois on Mar. 10, 1914. Excellent. (R2-78)  PAT

0646. WEYERHAEUSER - 10.5" ratchet with two square box wrenches in end of handle. (R1-485). Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. of Tacoma, WA made wooden silo kits in the early 1900's. Good++. (R1-485)

0647. Lot of two:
(1.) Indiana Silo Co / Drop Forged - 10.5" single open end. Good+ with some light pitting.(R1-249)
(2.) INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) / 5/8 - - 11" double open end S-wrench. Some pitting under new black paint. (R1-249)

0648. Lot of five: Small Silo Type Wrenches
(1.) SHAW NO.1 - - 6". Good++. (only Shaw No. 2 shown in Rathbone, see R1-423)
(2.) Unmarked - - 6.5". Good++.
(3.) VB & TB CO - EASTON PA - 1/2 / FOR PETROL FASTENER - - 8.75". Good++. (R1-468)
(4.) CHAIN BELT CO - 1/2 / MILWAUKEE WIS. - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-92)
(5.) BOND 3 - - 6.5" Good++. (R1-58)

Buggy and Wagon Wrenches (lots 649 thru 682)

0649. PARRY (Parry Mfg. Co. - Indianapolis, Indiana) - - 7" buggy whip holder and wrench. Good++. (R1-372)

0650. FREEPORT (Freeport Buggy Co. - Moline, Illinois owned by the Moline Plow Co.) - - 7.25" Dayton type buggy wrench. Marking embossed, square and hex box wrenches variant. Excellent. (R1-184)

0651. MOON BROS / C (Moon Buggy Co. - St. Louis, Missouri) - - 7.75" Dayton style buggy wrench. Has some pitting. (R1-337)

0652. COLUMBUS BUGGY CO - COLUMBUS O. / PATENTED (with Dayton's "D" in a circle logo) - - 7.5" Dayton style buggy wrench. Pitted. (R110 T)  PAT

0653. HENNEY (Henney Buggy Co, - Freeport, Illinois- - 7.5" Dayton style buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-229)

0654. BANNER / 2813B PATENTED (with Dayton's "D" in a circle logo) (Banner Buggy Co., St. Louis, Missouri) - - 7.5" Dayton style buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-42)  PAT

PiCs Lots 644 thru 654

0655. PAT SEPT 21, 86 - 2 - - 7.75" buggy wrench with a spring loaded lever nut holder. Advertised as "The Universal Carriage Wrench" by the Phillips-Getman Co of Ilion, NY. Pat. by Henry Getman of Ilion, New York. Good++. (S228, R1-201)  PAT

0656. H W GETMAN'S PATD 86 - - 8" buggy wrench with spring loaded lever nut holder. Variation of Lot 655 above, the only one of the four listed here with a single rather than double size open end. Good+.

0657. GETMAN PATD 86 ILION - - 8" buggy wrench with spring loaded lever nut holder. Variation of Lot 655 above. Excellent with most of the original finish. (variation not in Rathbone)

0658. PAT SEPT 21, 86 - 2 - - 7.75" Getman buggy wrench with a spring loaded lever nut holder. another variation of Lot 655 above. Excellent.

0659. COOK - PATD SEPT 1, 85 / 7/8 - - 9" buggy wrench with a spring loaded nut holder. Patented by Roswell Cook of Ilion, NY. Excellent. (S240, R1-112)  PAT

0660. REMINGTON / PAT MAY 21, 1878 - - 8.25" malleable screw adjust buggy or carriage wrench mfg. by Reed & Co. of Higganum, Conn. patented by George Remington of Exeter, Rhode Island. Excellent. (S226, C258)  PAT

0661. JOCKEY - C. J. CAPEWELL OF CHESHIRE, CONN./ CAST STEEL - PATENT APPLIED FOR - - 8". Neat old wing nut adjustable buggy wrench. First on we have had to sell. Patent not found. Good+ with some very light pitting. (S227)

0662. Marked only DEC. 04, 1906 (with a cutout star logo) - - 4.75" neat little adjustable buggy or wagon hub wrench that locks the axle nut to the hub. The wheel is then turned to loosen or tighten the nut. Patented by Thomas O'Hora (Avoca, Wisc.) as a "Hub Nut Wrench for Vehicles". Rare wrench in Excellent condition. (not listed)  PAT

0663. AUTOMATIC / PATENTED - - 9.5". Adjustable buggy wrench patented by Abner K. Wolfe of Kansas City, Kansas on Apr. 24, 1900. Rare buggy wrench, first one we have had to sell. Lever is missing otherwise Good++. (not in Rathbone, see C340)  PAT

0664. G. A. HOSMER & CO - BUFFALO NY - PAT APLD FOR - - 7.5" combination plier type buggy wrench with four open end wrenches. Canadian patent was issued to Giles Arnel Hosmer of Buffalo, NY on Nov. 06, 1894. Good++. (S198)  PAT

0665. STUDEBAKER / 1-1/4 (Studebaker Bros. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 10" buggy wrench. Largest and rarest of the Studebaker Buggy Wrench set. Pitted. (R1-444)

0666. STUDEBAKER / 1-1/8 (Studebaker Bros. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+ with some pitting. (R1-444)

0667. STUDEBAKER / 7/8 (Studebaker Bros. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 8" buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-444)

0668. STUDEBAKER / 7/8 (Studebaker Bros. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 8" buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-444)

0669. HARPER / PAT. APD FOR (Harper Buggy Co. - Columbia City, Indiana) - - 8.5" buggy wrench. Excellent. (R1-218)

0670. IDEAL / PAT APR 28 1903 - - 8.25" (1-1/8" square nut size) Buggy wrench with nut holder. The Ideal buggy wrenches were patented by Nathaniel Stone of Outlook, Washington and mfg. by Eberhard Mfg Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Note on old tag attached to wrench "Buggy wrench used on the Benson Farm". Excellent. (R1-246)  PAT

PiCs Lots 655 thru 670

0671. T G MANDT WRENCH - PAT JUNE 13 1896 (T. G. Mandt Mfg. Co. - Stoughton, Wis. - later Moline Plow Co.) - - 12" wagon hub wrench and hitch pin. Applicable patent was issued to William John Leach of Brighton, Wisc. on Jun. 30, 1896. Nut holding spring is missing, some dings. (S215, R1-307, C210)  PAT

0672. SHELDON AXLE CO / 78 (Sheldon Axle Co., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) - - 10.5" buggy wrench. Excellent except for what looks like a casting flaw crack between the "C" and "O" of "CO". (R1-423)

0673. H. H. BABCOCK CO.- 28 (Watertown, NY) - - 9.25" buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-36)

0674. DALZELL & CO. - 12 (South Egremount, Mass.) - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+ with a slight bend. (R1-123)

0675. SECHLER - MOLINE (D. M. Sechler Carriage & Imp. Co. - Moline, ILL.) / 1 INCH - - 8.25" buggy wrench. Solid version (also found with cut out lettering. Pitted. (R1-419)

0676. H. A. Muckle - St. Paul - 310 (Saint Paul, Minn.) - - 8" buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-343)

0677. GANANOQUE CARRIAGE CO. / G74 (Gananogue, Ontario, Canada) - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+. (R1-198)

0678. STAVER (STAVER Carriage Co. - Chicago, ILL.) - - 9.5" buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-438)

0679. PAT MAY 2 1893 - Z B logo / 1-1/8 - (Zook-Byler - Blue rock, Penn.) - - 8.5" different type buggy wrench. Patent was granted to James K. Byler and Henry S. Zook both from Morgantown, Penn. Square box end variant. Good+.  PAT

0680. F & F CO / 349 (orphan) - - 8.5" buggy wrench. Good++. (not in Rathbone, no info found)

0681. MOYER / 224 (H. A. Moyer - Syracuse, New York) - - 8". buggy wrench. Excellent. (R1-342)

0682. Lot of two: Buggy wrenches with an unique shaped box end. Patented by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri.  PAT
(1.) ST. LOUIS WRENCH CO - A / PATD JAN 27 91 - - 8" buggy wrench. Some light pitting.
(2.) MILLER WRENCH - / PATD JAN 27 91 - X - - 6" buggy wrench. Smallest of the Miller Vehicle Wrenches. Pitted. (R1-327)

Farm Equipment Type Wrenches - Including Fordson and Ford Tractor Tools (lots 683 thru 851)

0683. Marked only "O" (orphan) - - 9" neat heavy duty wrench-pin. Good+.

0684. S B Chilled P C (South Bend) Chilled Plow Co. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 9.75". Good++. (R1-429)

0685. F. W. MILLER / CALEDONIA N.Y. (Caledonia Bean Harvester Works) - - 8". Thick, heavy wrench, Rare marking variation. Excellent. (R1-75)

0686. CALEDONIA N.Y. (Caledonia Bean Harvester Works) - - 8". Marking variation of Lot 685 above. Excellent condition. (R1-75)

0687. FT MADISON PLOW CO 260 - - 10". Good+ with some pitting. (R1-189)

0688. 779 (Richardson Mfg. Co. (Worcester, Mass.) - - 7" pitman wrench.Good++. (R1-397)

PiCs Lots 671 thru 688

0689. F163 (Oliver) - - 7".Good+. (R1-360)

0690. F704 - 42 (Oliver) - - 9" . Good++. (R2-224)

0691. BASE WRENCH / EP49 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 6.75". Good++. (R1-360)

0692. F153 (Oliver and IHC) - - 9". Good++. (R1-360)

0693. Lot of three: "Look a Like" Wrenches
(1.) F239 (Oliver) - - 9.5". Over cleaned.
(2.) F239 - X (Oliver) - - 9.5". Good+ except for tiny jaw crack.
(3.) Marked only "Y" (orphan) - - 9.5". Good+.

0694. Lot of two:
(1.) ST21 (Oliver) - - 11" tee socket wrench. Painted. (R1-361)
(2.) DP109 (Oliver) - - 11.5". Pitting, painted. (R1-360)

0695. OLIVER / CP245 - - 9.25". Medium pitting. (R1-361)

0696. OLIVER - RP207 / OLIVER - - 8". Good+. (R1-361)

0697. OLIVER - RP208 / OLIVER - - 8.25". Good+. (R1-361)

0698. Oliver - RP209 / OLIVER - - 12". Over all medium pitting. (R360)

0699. OLIVER - RP210 / OLIVER - - 13.5". Good+ with some original finish, some nicks on edge. (R1-361)

0700. Lot of three:
(1.) 40 (Oliver one horse walking cultivator) - - 6" with small hammer head. Good++. (R1-360)
(2.) 50 (Oliver) - - 6.5". Propeller looking wrench. Excellent. (R1-360)
(3.) Z300 (Oliver) - - 9". Good++. (R1-361)

0701. Lot of two:
(1.) 183 (Oliver / IHC) - - 12.75". With hammer head, small markings variant. Good+. (R1-360)
(2.) 183 / lll (Oliver / IHC) - - 12.75". with hammer head, large markings variant. Over cleaned. (variant not in Rathbone)

0702. Lot of two:
(1.) A331 (Oliver and American Seeding Machine Co.) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-360)
(2.) J43 (Oliver and Stoddard) - - 6.5" with a hammer head. Good++. (R1-361, R1-441)

PiCs Lots 689 thru 702

0703. BLACK HAWK SECHLER MOLINE - M95 (Sechler / Oliver) - - 10.5" unique shaped, graphic wrench with ten openings and a screwdriver. Some pitting. (R1-419)

0704. Black Hawk / M168 (Sechler, Oliver) - 6.5". Good+ with a tiny jaws crack. (R361, R419)

0705. D. M. SECHLER IMPLT. & CGE. CO. / MOLINE-ILL. - J276 (P in a circle logo) - - 9.5". Pitting. R1-419)

0706. WAGNER PLOW CO. (Sidney, Ohio) / A27 - - Pitting. (R1-479)

0707. WIARD with a star logo - - 13.5". One of the more unusual wrench designs. Good+ with spots of light pitting. (R1-488)

0708. OK CHAMPION / 59 (Champion Potato Co., Hammond, Ind.) - - 8". Good+. (R1-94)

0709. OK CHAMPION - HAMMOND IND. / S97 (Champion Potato Co.) - - 10". Good+. (R1-94)

0710. A399 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 11" by 12.5" massive tee socket wrench. Excellent. (R2-134)

0711. 96 - VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. (CH logo) - - 10". Over cleaned. (R1-475)

0712. HURST MFG CO (Canton, Ohio) - - 6". Three opening variation. Pitted. (R1-246)

0713. 39M (Port Huron) - -12.5" large double open end wrench for steam engine stuffing box. Pitted. (R1-382)

0714. FAIRBANKS-MORSE - - 8" automobile type adjustable wrench. Good+ with a drilled hang hole on end of handle. (not in Rathbone)

0715. INDIANHEAD TRUCK - LINE - ST. PAUL - 4-1/8 AND 2-13/16 (same markings both sides) - - 14" large aluminum double open end wrench. Don't think I have seen this one before. (not in Rathbone)

0716. Lot of three: Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (Renfrew Machinery Co. - Renfrew, Ontario, Canada) - - 7.25" flat steel wrench. Good++. (R1-394)
(2.) SATTLEY GOLDEN HARVEST - 8" Good++. (R1-413)
(3.) SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO / TUBULAR - - 6" single open end. Excellent. (R1-422)

PiCs Lots 703 thru 716

0717. L589 (Sawyer-Massey - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) - - 25" single open end wrench. Some pitting. (parts list picture only shown R2-259)

0718. L574 (Sawyer-Massey - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) - - 11.5" hex socket. Good+, with some dings. (R2-258)

0719. 25X (Le Roy Plow Co.? - Le Roy, NY) - - 4.25" tee handled square socket. Good+. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0720. P15 (Sandwich Mfg. Co. - Sandwich, Illinois)- - 18" massive single square box end. Excellent. (R1-412)

0721. P681 (Sandwich Mfg. Co. - Sandwich, Illinois)- - 17" heavy duty single square box end. Excellent. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0722. E307 (Rosenthal Corn Husker Co. - West Allis, Wisc.) - - 16.5" long double square socket. Good+, slight bend. (R1-402)

0723. E308 (Rosenthal Corn Husker Co. - West Allis, Wisc.) - - 10" handle for E307 (Lot 722 above). Excellent. (R1-402)

0724. B573 / MADE I N U.S.A. (Superior Drill Co & American Seeding Machine) - - 8.5". Common wrench with a rare marking variation. Good++ with original finish. (R1-446, R1-16)

0725. "SUPERIOR" GRAIN DRILLS / THE AMERICAN SEEDING MACHINE CO. - SPRINGFIELD, OHIO - - 8" stamped steel S-wrench Good+. (R1-16)

0726. BLACK HAWK / M167 (Sechler and Oliver) - - 10.5". Pitted. (R1-419)

0727. TO430 (Sawyer-Massey and Wallis Tractor Co.) - - 6.75" single open end. Excellent. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0728. W705 (Sawyer-Massey - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) - - 9.25". Good+ with some light pitting. (R2-258)

0729. REEVES / 3378 (Reeves & Co. - Columbus, Indiana, later Emerson-Brantingham) - - 11.5". Good+. (R1-393)

PiCs Lots 717 thru 729

0730. WRENCH FOR GOVERNOR 2463 (Stickney Gas Engines - Charles A. Stickney Co., St. Paul, Minn.) - - 17.5". Good+. (R2-253, under Russell & Co.)

0731. ROYAL / C46 - - 9.75". Over all medium pitting. (not in Rathbone)

0732. RANSOMES - 148 / 688 (Ipswitch, England) - - 9.75" doe-s wrench. Good++. (R1-390)

0733. Lot of two: Silo Filler Type Wrenches
(1.) N720 (E. W. Ross - Springfield, Ohio) - 16.25". Good++. (R1-402)
(2.) K-L72 (E. W. Ross - Springfield, Ohio) - -11". Good++. (R1-402)

0734. SAMSON TRACTOR CO. / 754372 - .V - - 14.5". Good++. (R1-410)

0735. SATTLEY MFG CO - 1031 - - 12.5" disk plow type with disk straightener slot. Good+ with small drilled hang hole. (R1-413)

0736. THE INSURANCE / KK.1753 - - 7". May be an E. C. Simmons (KeenKutter) product. Pitting. (R1-426)

0737. ROBINSON SPREADER CO VINTON IOWA / A48 - C - - 10". Excellent. (R1-399)

0738. WIARD. S (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11.25". Excellent.

0739. Lot of two:
(1.) 70 TO 83 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 9.75" Good++. (R1-488)
(2.) WP1 (Tudhope-Anderson - Orilla, Ontario and Winnepeg, Manitoba, Canada) - - 10". Excellent. (R2-279)

PiCs Lots 730 thru 739

0740. Lot of three: Independent Harvester Co (Plano, Illinois) Wrenches
(1.) INDEPENDENT / SP117 - -11". Pitting. (R1-247)
(2.) INDEPENDENT / SP116 - - 9". Good+.
(3.) INDEPENDENT / SP115 - "CH" logo - - 7". Good++.

PiCs Lot 740

0741. Lot of two:
(1.) 718 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - - 12". Pitting, some dings. (R1-373)
(2.) PP CO. - 182 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - -14". Some pitting. (R1-373)

0742. Lot of two:
(1.) P315 (Verity later Massey-Harris) - - 11". Good+. (R2-283)
(2.) P315 - PERU (Peru Plow Co., Peru, Illinois) - - 11.75". Good+. (R1-378)

0743. Lot of two:
(1.) 1B5171 (with a horizontal "T" logo) (Caterpillar Tractor Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 7.5". Drain plug wrench. (Not in Rathbone)
(2.) 16A823 (orphan) - - 15.5". I thought this hefty wrench might be a Caterpillar product but I can't find it listed. Pitted, over cleaned. (not listed, no info)

0744. WP. CO - A2 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 7". Good+. (R488)

0745. T1275 (Sawyer-Massey and Wallis Tractor Co.) - - 8.25". Small jaw crack. (R1-414, R1-480)

0746. C5P5777 (Rumely (La Porte, Indiana) - 3.5" double hex socket. (parts list picture only at R1-405)

0747. P4185 (Cockshutt Plow Co. - Brantiford, Ontario, Canada) - -10.5" hub type wrench. Painted. (R1-107)

0748. UNIVERSAL HARVESTER CO - WEST MEMPHIS ARKANSAS - STOCKTON CALIFORNIA - - 8" single hex aluminum wrench. Excellent. (R1-467)

0749. HAYES - EA315 / "A' in a circle logo - - 7.5" all socket tee wrench. Good++. (R1-227)

PiCs Lots 741 thru 749

0750. F13 (orphan) - - 13.5". Heavy single hex box end. Good++. (not listed, no info found d)

0751. Lot of two:
(1.) Y247 (Hart Grain Weigher Co - Peoria, Illinois) - - 13.5" double hook spanner wrench for threshing machine feeder. Some pitting. (R2-126)
(2.) 78 - - (Hart Grain Weigher Co - Peoria, Illinois) - - 5.75". Double open end S-wrench. Excellent. (not in Rathbone, identified from parts list)

0752. 333F (Garden City Feeder Co. - Pella, Iowa) - - 12.25" hook spanner. Excellent. (R2-110)

0753. JAMESWAY - FT. ATKINSON WIS. - ELMIRA NY / MINNEAPOLIS MINN. - 1008 - - 8" Good Plus. (R1-267)

0754. 1224 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 6.25" by 7" tee socket wrench. Excellent. (R2-134)

0755. 1090 (Johnston Harvester - Batavia, NY, later Massey-Harris)- - 5" single open end. (not in Rathbone)

0756. J H CO. 2815 / Z817 (Johnston Harvester Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 8.25" all metal screw adjust nut wrench. Good+. R2-151)

0757. 349 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 16" threshing machine cylinder wrench. This is the double open end variant, can also be found with double eight point box ends. Good++. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0758. H & D YORK PA (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7.5" with a neat turnip shaped cutout. Excellent. (R1-228)

0759. ABF York PA (A. B. Farquhar, York, Penn.) - - 7" with small hammer head. Good++. (R2-99)

0760. Lot of two: "Look A Likes" to the ABF Wrench (Lot 759 above)
(1.) H & D YORK PA (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7" with small hammer head. Excellent. (R1-228)
(2.) YORK PA (A. B. Farquhar, York, Penn. or Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7" with small hammer head. Good++. (R1-228)

0761. Lot of two:
(1.) HOOPER / DG847 - - 11" flat steel. Same wrench as Gale DG847. Only second one we have had to sell. Bold, large markings, some minor pitting. (R1-238)
(2.) HAYES -EB315 / "A" in a circle logo - - 4" by 7" tee socket with two hex and one special sockets. Good++. (R1-227)

0762. J. H. CO / 630 (Johnston Harvester Co. Batavia, NY, later Massey-Harris) - - 13". The Johnston Harvester 630 wrench usually seen is 14.5" long. Good+. (R1-272)

PiCs Lots 750 thru 762

0763. "L" in a triangle logo (Lynchburg Plow Co. - Lynchburg, Virginia) - - 9" double open end S-wrench. Some minor pitting. (R2-174)

0764. LE ROY - G / X37 (Le Roy Plow Co., New York) - - 11.25". Some pitting. (R1-291)

0765. LE ROY - G (with a "V" in a circle logo) / 37 (Le Roy Plow Co., New York) - - 11.25". Good++. (R1-291)

0766. Lot of two:
(1.) KINGMAN PLOW CO. / N81 - - 10.75". Some pitting. (R1-284)
(2.) K232 (Kingman Plow Co. - Peoria, Illinois) - - 9.25". Good+. (R1-284)

0767. 3854 (Wallis Tractor Co., later Massey-Harris) - - 12" tee socket wrench. Jaw crack., otherwise Good++. (R1-480)

0768. RODERICK LEAN - D44 - 10" by 15" tee socket wrench with center hex . Excellent with most of the original finish. (R1-294)

0769. 01982AB (Case T. M. Co. - - 13" tractor hubcap wrench. Flat variant. Good+. (R1-78, mistakenly under Case Plow Works listing)

0770. KIRLIN / K115 (Kansas City, Missouri & Beattie, Kansas) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-285)

0771. G. A. KELLY PLOW CO / 1 (G. A. Kelly Plow Co. - Longview, Texas) - - 7". Pitting. (R1-277)

0772. G. A. Kelly / 2 (G. A. Kelly Plow Co. - Longview, Texas) - - 9.25" with heart shaped cutout. Pitting. (R1-277)

0773. G. A. KELLY PLOW CO - 3 (G. A. Kelly Plow Co. - Longview, Texas) - - 0.75". Pitting under new black paint. (R1-277) DISC

0774. KING PLOW CO / ATLANTA-GA - K55 - - 9". Good++. (R1-283)

0775. KING PLOW CO / ATLANTA-ROME GA - K55 - - 9". Good++. (R1-283)

0776. KING DRILL MFG CO (Nebraska City, Nebraska) - - 12". Pitting. (R1-282)

PiCs Lots 763 thru 776

0777. H272 (IHC, Aultman Miller Corn King Spreader, and Little Giant Fence Loom) - - 15". Round hole with key and square box with three rectangular and one squre openings on shaft. variant. Good+ with slight bend. (R1-24)

0778. 1224 (Avery Co. - Peoria, Ill.) - 14". Avery Steam Engine double socket wrench. Good++. (R2-18)

0779. BENICIA HANCOCK PLOW - D138 (Benicia Plow Works, Benicia, Calif.) - - 12.75". Looks like Chattanooga D138 wrench. Good++. (R1-50)

0780. Pat. Feb. 8, 1916 - - 6" pitman spreader wrench. patented by Jerry F. Chroninger of Delphos, Kansas. Good++. (R1-103)  PAT.

0781. BESSEMER / GROVE CITY, PA. - - 11.5" gas engine wrench. Good+. (R1-52, R2-35)

0782. B. T. BROS. LIMITED - FERGUS - LONDON / 149 - 11". Good+. (R1-35)

0783. OVERUM - 8" / 77300 - 20 -CM (Sweden) - - 13". Good++. (R2-228)

0784. PIRATE / WRENCH (St. Paul Plow Co or Peru Plow Co) - - 12". Pitting. (R1-378, R1-434)

0785. Paris P (Paris Plow Co., Paris, Ontario, Canada) - - 9.5". Pitting. (R1-368)

0786. Lot of three: Variants of the Avery Gas Tractor 4271 Wrench (see R2-18)
(1.) 4271 (Avery) - 11". Light pitting.
(2.) 4271 F (Avery) - - 11'. Some dings and casting flaws.
(3.) Unmarked (like Avery 4271) - - 11". Good+.

0787. OWATONNA MFG CO - OWATONNA MINN - - 8". Rare variant with square rather than hex opening on big end. Good+. (variant not in Rathbone, see R1-365)

0788. Lot of two:
(1.) LA CROSSE PLOW CO - K29 / (ruler markings) - - 14.25". Some pitting. (R1-289)
(2.) K29 with a "P" in a circle logo (La Crosse Plow Co. - La Crosse, Wisconsin) / (ruler markings) - - 14.25" . Number only variant. Good+. (R1-289)

PiCs Lots 777 thru 788

0789. Lot of three:
(1.) FULLER & JOHNSON / 2P30 - - 9". Excellent. Two square box openings variant. (R1-191)
(2.) FULLER & JOHNSON / 2P30 - - 9". Good++.One square box openings variant. (R1-191)
(3.) 2P30 (Madison Plow Co., later Fuller & Johnson) - - 9". Over cleaned, light pitting. (R1-191)

0790. Lot of two:
(1.) G. M. CO. 9/16 and 5/8 / PEERLESS (Geiser Mfg Co - Waynesboro, PA) - - 10.5" steam engine wrench. Severe pitting. (size not pictured in Rathbone, see R1-200)
(2.) G. M. CO. 5/16 and 3/8 / PEERLESS (Geiser Mfg Co - Waynesboro, PA) - - 7" steam engine wrench. Good++ except for jaw crack, (size not pictured in Rathbone, see R1-200)

0791. BENICIA HANCOCK PLOW - D138A (Benicia Plow Works, Benicia, Calif.) - - 12.75". Looks like Chattanooga D138 wrench. Good++. (R1-50)

0792. Lot of three:
(1.) GALE (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 11.75". Excellent. (R1-193)
(2.) 17 (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 9". Good+. (R1-193)
(3.) GALE / DG848 - - 9" flat steel. Pitted. (R1-193)

0793. B.F. AVERY AND SONS CO - C63 / LOUISVILLE KY USA - - 10" with hammer head. Good+. (R1-27)

0794. BELANGER MONTMAGNY - 45 (with a triangle logo) - -10". Good++. (R1-45)

0795. BENICIA HANCOCK PLOW - D137 (Benicia Plow Works, Benicia, Calif.) - - 11" with hammer head. Looks like Chattanooga D137 wrench. Good+. (R1-49)

0796. 6774 with a diamond logo (Geiser Mfg. Co. - Waynesboro, Penn.) - - 10" Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

0797. BROWNE / SULKY - - 10". The Browne Sulky Plow was made by the Madison Plow Works of Ft. Madison, Iowa. Pitted. (R1-340)

0798. OWATONNA DOUBLE DISC (Owatonna, Minn.) - - 7.5". Some light pitting. (R1-365 )

0799. BEMENT AND SONS / J181 (Lansing Mich.) - - 10.25". Excellent. (R1-49)

0800. TORNADO EF (Tornado Line of W. R. Harrison - Massillon, Ohio) - - 8". Some pitting. (see R1-457)

0801. Lot of two:
(1.) 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.5". Without the fork or claw on end variant. Some pitting. (R1-227_
(2.) 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.5", Fork or claw on end variant. Some pitting. (R1-227)

PiCs Lots 789 thru 801

0802. LEHR L15 - 9.5" with hammer head. Good+. (R295)

0803. BEAVER SILO & BOX MFG CO / 5/8 - 33 (Beaver Dam, Wisc.) - -10.75". Excellent, (R1-44)

0804. BLOUNT / 430 (Blount Plow Works - Evansville, Ind.) - - 10.25". Some pitting. (R1-58)

0805. 286 with a "P" in a circle logo (Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Good++. Unlisted variant, like one also marked "Blount" (see R1-58)

0806. 286 - 2(Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Fancy multi-opening wrench including one for wing nuts. Excellent. (R2-37)

0807. 286 (Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Another variant of the Blount 286 wrench. Good+. (R2-37)

0808. HAR'KING CO - X (same markings both sides) (Harvest King Co. - Harvey, Illinois) - - 5". Some pitting. (R1-225)

0809. DH18 (Bucher & Gibbs Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 5.5" by 12.5". Neat tee wrench with three open ends and a square socket. (R2-21)

0810. BAMFORDS "ROYAL" - 11 (Uttoxeter, England) - - 10.5". Good+. (R1-40)

0811. WEBER - - 9.75". Aluminum. Real oddball with six openings. Excellent with most of the original black paint. (R1-484, no info)

0812. KOVAR - LINE / OWATONNA - MINN. - W1 - - 8.75". Good++. (R1-287)

0813. BLOCKI G69 - - 5.5". Good++. (R1-57)

0814. Lot of four:
(1.) IOWA (Iowa Cream Separator Co. - Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7.5" double open end S-Wrench. Excellent. (R2-147)
(2.) IOWA CREAM SEPARATOR (Waterloo, Iowa) / BIG A LINE logo - - 7". Double open end S-wrench. Good++. (R1-259)
(3.) Unmarked - - 8" offset open end by spanner with pry bar end. Owner identified as Iowa Cream Separator Co. wrench? Good++. (not listed)
(4.) Unmarked (Galloway Co. - Waterloo, Iowa) - - 8". flat steel open end by square box and spanner. Good++. (R1-197)

0815. B.F. AVERY AND SONS / J97 - - 10". Excellent. (R1-27)

0816. Lot of two:
(1.) B. F. AVERY & SONS / AA38 (Louisville, KY) - - 10.5". Painted black, drilled hang hole. (R1-27)
(2.) B. F. AVERY & SONS - G176A / Louisville KY USA - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-27)

PiCs Lots 802 thru 816

0817. Lot of four: Gale Mfg. Co. (Albion, Mich.) Wrenches (R1-193)
(1.) GALE / DG92 - - 11.5". Pitted.
(2.) GALE 011A - - 9.5". Excellent with some of the original finish.
(2.) GALE / DG847 - - 11". Flat steel. Good+. R#193
(4.) GALE / DG849 - - 7". Flat steel. Good++

0818. Lot of three:
(1.) W. I. M. CO 1906 / V121 - - 11". Good+ with slight bend. (R1-476)
(2.) BEMENT (Lansing, Mich.) - - 8.75". Good+.
(3.) RODERICK LEAN Mansfield, Ohio) - - 12". Pitting.(R1-294)

0819. Lot of three: Gale Mfg. Co. (Albion, Mich.) Wrenches (R1-193)
(1.) GALE 26 - - 10". Good+.
(2.) GALE 21 - - 8.75". Good+.
(3.) GALE 011 - - 9". Some light pitting, painted.

0820. Lot of two:
(1.) HALL (in a diamond logo) J1 / "IM" logo (Illinois Malleable Iron Co. - Chicago - Illinois) - - 10". Good++. (R1-213)
(2.) E BEMENT SONS (Lansing, Mich.) / HC46 - -10.5". Excellent. (R1-49)

0821. Lot of three:
(1.) LA CROSSE / ND86 - - 9". Severe pitting. (R1-289)
(2.) PLANET JR. / H4 - - 8" with double hammer polls. Severe pitting. (R1-380)
(3.) BUFORD - - 8". Severe pitting. (R1-70)

0822. Lot of three: Litchfield Mfg. Co. - Waterloo, Iowa Wrenches (R1-299)
(1.) S182- - 9.25". Scarce wrench same wrench as more common M182. Pitted.
(2.) M183 - - 9.25". Pitted.
(3.) M182 - - 9.25". Over cleaned.

PiCs Lots 817 thru 822

0823. Lot of two:
(1.) HARVEY LTD - R173 / BOX HILL - MELBOURNE - - 6.5". Pitting.
(2.) HARRIMAN (Harriman Mfg. Co. - Harriman, Tenn.) - - 6.25". Some pitting. (R1-219)

0824. Lot of three: Blizzard Mfg. Co. (Canton, Ohio) Wrenches. (R1-56, R2-36)
(1.) W6 - - 11" double S-wrench. Some pitting.
(2.) W7 - - 7.25" S-wrench.
(3.) W1 - - 45.5" double socket. Good++.

0825. Lot of three: "Look a Like" "Propeller Wrenches
(1.) 8B (Orphan) - - 6.25".
(2.) 88 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 6.25". with original bolt and wing nut. (R2-267)
(3.) E20 (Bucher & Gibbs Plow Co) - - 6". (R2-21)

0826. 3220 (Geiser Mfg Co - Waynesboro, PA) - - 6.5" by 12" L-socket wrench. Good++ with new black paint. (not in Rathbone)

0827. Lot of three: Gas Engine Wrenches
(1.) 2N7 (Fuller & Johnson) - - 4" double socket.
(2.) 1151 (Hercules . Economy No. 47T101) - - 7.75".
(3.) Unmarked (Hercules . Economy No. 097) - - 8.25" L-socket wrench.

0828. Lot of four: "Look a Like" Disk Plow type Wrenches
(1.) DISK (with a raised dot) (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 14.25". Good++. (R1-265)
(2.) B22 (David Bradley) - - 14.5". Good++. (R1-126)
(3.) DISK - - (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 14.25". Pitting. (R1-265)
(4.) Marked only "A" (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 12.25". Good++.

PiCs Lots 823 thru 828

0829. Triumph (in script) / J-400 - - 5.75". Some pitting. (not listed, no info)

0830. Lot of two:
(1.) HAYES / A375 (Hayes Pump & Planter Co. - Galva - ILL.) - - 6" by 3.75". Excellent. (R1-227)
(2.) A375 (Hayes Pump & Planter Co. - Galva - ILL.) - - 6". Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-227)

0831. Lot of two:
(1.) FULLER & JOHNSON CO. / 2H33 - - 7" by 11.75". Unusual tee shaped wrench. Some pitting under new black paint. (R1-191)
(2.) 832A (David Bradley) - - 13" with hook spanner on one end. Good+. (R1-126)

0832. HUDSON G69 (Hudson Mfg. Co., - Minneapolis, Min.) - - 5.75". excellent. (R1-244)

0833. Lot of two: Tee Socket Wrenches with Oliver and Nichols & Sheppard numbers on the Hart-Carter Threshing Machine Grain Weighers No. 31 wrench. Note: only one wrench shown in photo.
(1.) F2-0005 (Oliver and Nichols & Sheppard) - - 6" by 8.75" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R2-217)
(2.) F2-0005 / MADE IN USA (Oliver and Nichols & Sheppard) - - 6" by 8.75" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R2-217)

0834. H & S 8 (Heebner & Son Lansdale PA?) - -11.5". Good= with some light pitting. (R1-212)

0835. 66W (Garden City Feeder Co. - Pella, Iowa) - - 9: double square socket. Good++. (R2-109)

0836. Lot of two:
(1.) BRYAN PLOW (Bryan Plow Co. of Bryan, Ohio) - - 9.75". Pitting. (R1-67)
(2.) Crown (Janesville's Crown Mower) - - 7.5". Good++. (mistakenly listed under Crown Mfg. Co. R1-119)

0837. Lot of two:
(1.) OP890 with "E-B" logo (Emerson-Brantingham, previously IHC and Osborne) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-162)
(2.) P942 / + and a "E-B" logo (Emerson-Brantingham) - - 8" Good+. (R1-162)

0838. Lot of two:
(1.) B & H / 1371 (Bickford & Huffman - Macedon, NY) - - 7". Painted. (1-R32)
(2.) B & H / 1372 (Bickford & Huffman - Macedon, NY) - - 5.75". Good+. (1-R32)

0839. Lot of four:
(1.) HARVESTER KING CO - W (same markings both sides) - - 7.5" Deering style. Pitting. (R1-22)
(2.) 965- VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. - - 7.5". Painted. (R1-475)
(3.) VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. (CH logo) - - 7.75". Pitted. (R1-475)
(4.) VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. (CH logo) - - 7". Good+. (R1-475)

0840. Lot of four:
(1.) B. CO. / 842 (T. E. Bissell - Elora, Ontario, Canada) - - 9". Painted. (R1-29)
(2.) PEORIA / D1003 (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co., Peoria, ILL.) - - 7.5". Some pitting. (R1-376)
(3.) 97 (Knowlton Mower - A. Ellwood Co. - Sycamore, Illinois) - - 8.5" with small hammer head. Pitted. (R1-286)
(4.) BAILOR PLOW CO / ATCHISON KAN. C49 -"MI" logo) - - 10" Good+. (R1-38)

PiCs Lots 829 thru 840

0841. Lot of four:
(1.) ROCK ISLAND / R1122 - - 10.25". Pitted. (R1-400)
(2.) D239 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 10". Excellent. (R1-400)
(3.) R67 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 8.75". Good++. (R2-250)
(4.) HR67 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 8.75". Good++. (R2-250)

0842. Lot of two:
(1.) S329 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 9.5". Small drilled hole. (R1-401)
(2.) M56 (Sandwich Mfg Co. - Sandwich, Illinois) - - 8" heavy duty square socket. Good++. (R1-412)

0843. Lot of two:
(1.) ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO / S234 - SULKIES & GANGS - - 9" with hammer head. Five open ends variation. Pitted, painted. (R1-401)
(2.) ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO / S234 - SULKIES & GANGS - - 9" with hammer head. Three open ends variation. Pitting, jaw crack. (R1-401)

0844. R1437 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 5.5" by 5.5" L-socket wrench. Excellent. (R1-401)

0845. Lot of two:
(1.) Y153 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 4.5". Excellent. (R1-401)
(2.) T288 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 2" by 3.75" tee handled square socket. Rare little wrench, first one I've seen. Excellent. (parts picture only shown at R1-401)

0846. Lot of three:
(1.) HR66 - D (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 8.5". Good+, some dings. (R1-400)
(2.) AJAX & / SUPERIOR (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-401)
(3.) R.I. PLOW CO,. (Rock Island Plow. Co.) / N124 - - 7.75". Good++. (R1-400)

0847. Lot of three:
(1.) H112 (Ohio Cultivator Co / Sechler / Oliver) - - 9.75". Light pitting. (R1-357, R1-419)
(2.) 34 (Rock Island) - - 8". Severe pitting. (R1-400)
(3.) C188 with an "U" logo (Rock Island Plow Co.) - - 10.25" with hammer head. Marked on big end variation. Good++, painted. (R1-400)

0848. ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO. - H358 - - 13". Some light pitting. (R1-400).

PiCs Lots 841 thru 848

0849. Lot of three: Silo Filler Type Wrenches
(1.) B72 (orphan) - - 10". Pitting. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) XX5 (Gehl bros Mfg. Co. West Wind - Wisc.) - - 13.75". Excellent. (R2-112)
(3.) N72 (E. W. Ross - Springfield, Ohio) - 16.25". Good++, with new paint. (R1-402)

0850. Lot of six: Ford and Ferguson Plow Wrenches. Double open end wrenches with ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth. Note: Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) HARRY FERGUSON INC - TO-17014 / (with ruler markings) - - 10.5". Good +. (R1-178)
(2.) Marked with ruler markings only / 89- - 10.5". Good++.
(3.) 9N17014 FORD (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 24 - - 10.5". Pitted. (R2-101)
(4.) 9N17014 FORD (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 24 - - 10.5". Excellent. (R2-101)
(5.) Ferguson and 180-108-M1 (marked on jaws) with ruler markings / 11/16 and 1-1/16 - - 10.5". Good++. (R178)
(6.) TANG - YUGOSLAVIA - 17 AND 27 (with inch ruler markings) / (metric ruler markings)- - 10.5". Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0851. Lot of five: Fordson Tractor Tool Kit Wrenches. (R1-180)
(1.) FORDSON / 2371 - - 11" open end by hex socket. Good+.
(2.) FORDSON - 1 / 2197 - - 11" hubcap wrench. Good++.
(3.) FORDSON / 2372 - - 11" double hex socket. Good++.
(4.) FORDSON - THE KEYSTONE MFG CO / BUFFALO NY USA - 10 INCH NO 80 - - 10.25" S handle Crescent type wrench. Good+ with some edge dings.
(5.) FORDSON - 3 (with a "M" in a circle logo) - - 6" double open end wrench. Good++.

PiCs Lots 849 thru 851

Odd Balls and Orphans (lots 852 thru 874)

0852. Lot of Twelve small cast wrenches, including a Pickering governor wrench and one that the owner identified as a Gardner governor wrench. Rest are mostly orphans including a couple odd balls.

0853. lot of ten small flat steel wrenches for irons, lanterns, stoves, etc. Including at least on Coleman and one marked LAMPS & LANTERNS

0854. Lot of thirteen loop handled small screwdrivers. 3" to 5". Most in Excellent condition.

PiCs Lots 852 thru 854

0855. Lot of eight: Small Cast Wrenches. Mostly orphans.
(1.) ACCLES LIMITED - PERRY BARR (with an odd logo) - - 4".
(2.) 141 (orphan) - - 4.25".
(3.) 170 (orphan) - - 4.5".
(4.) W21 (Red Top Lawn Mowers sold by Shapleigh Hardware) - - 4.25".
(5.) PARKER (Parker Vises?) - - 4.75". (see Parker Plow co., R1-369)
(6.) 110 (orphan) - - 3.75".
(7.) V11 (orphan) - - 4.5".
(8.) 206 (orphan) - - 4".

0856. Lot of eight: Small Cast Wrenches. Mostly orphans.
(1.) 13 - - 6" double open ended wrench.
(2.) 384 - - 5" double open ended S-wrench.
(3.) MF 114 NLH - - 5" open end by open end by square socket Y-shaped wrench.
(4.) W2 - - 3.25".
(5.) A3 - - 3.75" by 4.75" tee handled socket wrench.
(6.) A174 - - 2.75" by 4" tee handled socket wrench.
(7.) 113 - - 4.5" with peg on one end.
(8.) V11 - - 4.5" double open ended wrench.

0857. Lot of eight: Flat Steel Wrenches.
(1.) Granite State Lawn Mowers Hinsdale, NH - - 4.5". (R2-207)
(2.) Unmarked - - 6.5" with seven functions. Came with old wall mounted Buffalo Drill Presses.
(3.) PERRY - ENGLAND - - 4.5" multi wrench with a hook spanner.
(4.) KAMPKOOK - - 5".
(5.) POPE - AUSTRALIA - 3/4 and 5/8 - - 5.75".
(6.) OSHKOSH B'GOSH OVERALLS - UNION MADE - - 5.25". Neat advertising multi-wrench with a screwdriver. Excellent.
(7.) MAYTAG (No. 1) - - 5". Poor condition.
(8.) MAYTAG (No. 6) - - 4.75". Owner modified.

0858. Lot of nine: Miniature Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) Unmarked - - 4.5" water pump type pliers.
(2.) ATOMIC BUBBLE CO. - 423 TERRY - SEATTLE - 4 - - 4.5" flat steel bubble blower.
(3.) POCKET SIZE WRENCH - - 3" flat steel alligator wrench.
(4.) Marked only "1/2" - - 3.75" flat steel open end by alligator wrench.
(5.) PENN - - 3" wrench and screwdriver.
(6.) AURORA - 2201-118 - - 1.5" odd little 3-way tool.
(7.) OUTLOOK STANDARD - WINDSHIELD CLEANER - - 2" open end by hex box end wrench.
(8.) Unmarked - - 2" cast double open end S-wrench. (Arcade toy)
(9.) Unmarked - - 2.5" cast monkey wrench. (Arcade toy)

0859. Lot of fifteen: Misc. Small Wrenches, Etc., including several odd balls and one the owner identified as a Royal Iron wrench.

PiCs Lots 855 thru 859

0860. Z254 (orphan) - - 15.25". Some light pitting. (not listed no info found)

0861. Lot of two:
(1.) C101 (orphan) - - 14.5". Excellent. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 1988 with a "HE" logo (orphan) - - 15". Weld repair on one jaw. (not listed no info found)

0862. Unmarked (orphan) - - 11" odd ball. Pitting. (see Rathbone's Odd ball Page R1-504 for similar wrench)

0863. Lot of two: Heavy Duty Cast Double Hex Sockets
(1.) 3232 (orphan) - - 4.25". Excellent. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 3282 (orphan) - - 4.25". Excellent, except end of one socket has some grind marks. (not listed no info found)

0864. Lot of four: Unmarked Odd Ball Orphans. 5.25" to 9". (only one shown on Rathbone's Odd Ball Page, R1-504)

0865. Lot of two: Double open ended S-wrenches
(1.) 20 with a diamond logo (orphan) - - 10". Good+. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 8Z (or Z8) (orphan) - - 11". Good+. (not listed no info found)

0866. Lot of six: Orphans and Odd Balls
(1.) 40 (orphan) - - 6.5" with hammer head. Good++. (not listed no info found)
(2.) Can't read markings maybe "89" (orphan?) - - 8". (not listed no info found)
(3.) 5 - - 7.5" extra heavy four opening wrench with screwdriver. Excellent. (Rathbone lists this No. 5 wrench under Belcher & Taylor, see R1-46)
(4.) P360 (orphan) - - 7.25". Good++. (not listed no info found)
(5.) 1 / T (orphan) - - 8". Excellent. (see Rathbone's Odd Ball Page, R1-504)
(6.) CD (orphan) - - 7.75". Pitted. (not listed no info found)

PiCs Lots 860 thru 866

0867. 2763 (orphan) - - 17". Good+. (not listed no info found)

0868. Lot of two:
(1.) E30 (orphan) - - 10" Emerson type. Good+ with some light pitting. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 52 ((Tudhope Anderson - Winnipeg & Manitoba, Canada ) - - 10.5" odd ball. Pitting. (R2-279)

0869. 479 (orphan) - - 7" by 12.25" unusual tee wrench similar to Moline B355 and Madison Plow / Fuller & Johnson 2H33. Good++. (not listed, no info)

0870. KW (Belcher & Taylor?) - - 9" by 9.5". Good++. (R1-46)

0871. Lot of two: Odd Balls, both marked with a "3"
(1.) 3 (orphan) - - 8.25". Some pitting.
(2.) 3 (orphan) - - 8". Pitted.

0872. Lot of three: Tee Wrenches
(1.) 2766 (orphan) - - 6" by 9" tee socket wrench. Painted. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 286S with a CH logo (orphan) - - 8" by 11" tee socket wrench. Good+. (not listed no info found)
(3.) 614 (Pattee Plow Co.?) - - 6" by 8.5". Looks similar to J. D. Tower & Sons wrench. (Rathbone lists a 614 wrench as a Pattee Plow Co. wrench but no photo)

0873. Lot of three:
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7". open end by hook spanner. Good+.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.5". Good+.
(3.) A24 (orphan) - - 5.5" odd ball. Excellent. (not listed no info found)

0874. Lot of six: Orphans and Odd Balls
(1.) 108 (orphan) - - 12.75" farmer style S-Wrench. Good++. (not listed no info found)
(2.) 158 (orphan) - - 12.5". farmer style S-Wrench. Pitted. (not listed no info found)
(3.) Marked only "1" (orphan) - - 10.5" odd ball. Good+. (not listed no info found)
(4.) AB IP (orphan) - - 8.5". Good. (not listed no info found)
(5.) 41 (orphan) - - 10". Good+. (not listed no info found)
(6.) Marked only "C" (orphan) - - 7.5". Pitted. (not listed no info found)

PiCs Lots 867 thru 874

Farm Equipment Type Wrenches (lots 875 thru 896)

0875. Lot of three: Buffalo Pitts (Buffalo, New York) Wrenches. Also listed on Irps IHC Tool List will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) 467 (Buffalo Pitts and IHC) - - 11". Heavy, thick double eight point box ended wrench. RARE, only one owner on the IHC List. Good++. (R2-44)
(2.) 9477 (Buffalo Pitts and IHC Threshers, Horse-Powers and Attachments)- - 5" by 15" tee handled socket wrench. Six owners on the IHC List. Good++, twisted. (R2-44)
(3.) E1318 (Buffalo Pitts Steam Engine) - - 10" double open ended wrench. Only two known on the IHC List. Good+ with some minor dings. (R2-44)

0876. 1344 (Fuller & Johnson) - - 5.5" heavy double open ends with square cutout. Excellent. (R1-191)

0877. Lot of three:
(1.) 1999 (Silver Mfg. Co. - Salem. Ohio) - - 13.5". Painted. (R1-424)
(2.) 1562 (George W. Brown? - Galesburg, Illinois) - - 11.5". Good+, some edge dings. (listed in Rathbone's Supplement, not pictured)
(3.) R20 (Burch Plow Co, Crestline, Ohio) - - 10" doula open ended S-wrench with center ridge. Good+. (R1-71, R2-46)

0878. 430 (Blount Plow Works - Evansville, Ind.) - - 10.25". Good++. (R2-37)

0879. Lot of two:
(1.) E39 (Iron Age - A. B. Farquhar - York, PA and Bateman Brothers Philadelphia, Penn.?) - - 8.75" with hammer head. Same number as large Iron Age cutout wrench but different shaped wrench. Excellent. (not in Rathbone)
(2.) FP323 (Cockshutt Plow Co.) - - 10". Light pitting, jaw crack. (R2-60)

0880. Lot of three: Gale Mfg. Co. (Albion, Mich.) Wrenches.
(1.) 17A (Gale) - - 9". Good++. (R1-193)
(2.) 11 (Gale) - - 9.25". Two open ends by octagon box end. Excellent. (R2-109)
(3.) R11 (Gale) - - 9.25". Two open ends by octagon box end. Excellent. (R2-109)
(4.) H4 (with a star logo) (Gale) - - 7.5". Excellent. (R1-193)

0881. Lot of three:
(1.) 98D (Le Roy Plow Co. - Le Roy, NY) - - 9". (R2-165)
(2.) H43 (Keystone Farm Machinery - York, Penn. and IHC) - - 7". Rare wrench, No one has it on Irps' IHC Tool List. (R1-274)
(3.) N28 - - 8" with two triangular cutouts variation. Rathbone attributes the N28 wrench to both the American Harrow Co. and Frost & Wood. Good+ (R2-11)

PiCs Lots 875 thru 881

0882. Lot of five: Various Double Open Ended S-Wrenches.
(1.) 159 (with a dogbone logo) (J. d. Adams Co. - Indianapolis, Ind.) - - 8.5". This wrench has been on the John Deere Tool List (with a question mark till discovered in a Adams Parts Book. Good+. (not in Rathbone)
(2.) A404 (Hayes Pump & Planter Co., Galva, Illinois) - - 6.5". Light pitting. (R1-227)
(3.) 397 (Superior Drill Co - Springfield, Ohio, later Am. Seeding Mach. Co.) - - 7". Good++. (R1-446)
(4.) 846 (Ohio Rake Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 5.5". Good+. (R1-359)
(5.) GALLOWAY (Waterloo, Iowa) - - 8". Galloway made cream separators, gas engines, tractors, and other farm equipment. Some light pitting, ding. (R1-197)

0883. Lot of four:
(1.) PAPEC / 72 (Shortsville, NY) - - 7.5". Some light pitting. (R1-368)
(2.) 293 (Frost & Woods - Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada) - - 7.5". Good+. (R1-188)
(3.) P. P. Co. (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, ILL.) - - 7.75". Good++. (R1-373)
(4.) P. P. Co. - 09 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, ILL.) - - 7.75". Good++. (numbered variation not in Rathbone, see R1-373)

0884. Lot of two:
(1.) 575 (Goold, Shapley & Muir Co. - Brandford, Ontario, Canada) - - 7" windmill wrench. Small markings variation. Good+. (variation not shown in Rathbone)
(2.) 575 (Goold, Shapley & Muir Co. - Brandford, Ontario, Canada) - - 7.25" windmill wrench. Large markings and reverse markings than I1.) above. Good+, painted. (R2-116)

0885. D3J31 (Advance-Rumely) - - 6.25" x 9" tee socket wrench. Good+. (R1-405)

0886. Lot of two:
(1.) 2841 (Joliet Mfg Co. - Joliet, Illinois) - - 4.25" by 8" tee socket wrench. Good+. (R1-273)
(2.) T560 (IHC) - - 5.25" by 6" tee socket wrench with pry bar end. Good++. (R1-255)

0887. Lot of three:
(1.) K121 (Gale Plow Co. and Ohio Rake ) - - 3.25" by 5.25" tee handled socket wrench. (R1-193, R1-359)
(2.) B618 (Emerson & Brantingham later Case T. M. Co.) - - 5" by 4.5" tee wrench. Odd open end by screwdriver by cotter key tool. Excellent. (R1- 162)
(3.) 9476 (Buffalo Pitts and IHC Threshers, Horse-Powers and Attachments) - - 7.25" double open ended wrench with center ridge. RARE, only one owner on the IHC List. Pitting under new black paint. (not pictured in Rathbone)

0888. Lot of four: Chilled Plow Type Wrenches
(1.) B & G Plow Co / Canton O (Bucher & Gibbs Plow Co.) - - 9.75". Good+, new paint. (R1-31).
(2.) B. F. AVERY & SONS / CHILLED PLOW - K209 (Louisville, KY) - - 9.5". Good++. (R1-27)
(3.) B. F. AVERY & SONS / CHILLED PLOW - 65 (Louisville, KY) - - 9.5". Good+. (R1-27)
(4.) OHIO CHILLED / NEW IMPERIAL (B & G Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 10". Pitted. (R1-31)

0889. Lot of four:
(1.) D421 - C (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co. - Peoria, Illinois.) - - 8" with hammer head. Excellent. (R1-376)
(2.) 418L (Rude Bros. Spreader Co. later Liberty Spreader Co. both of Liberty, Indiana) - - 7.75". Good++. (R2-252)
(3.) 474 (Ontario Drill Co. - East Rochester, NY) - - 7". Light pitting. (R2-226)
(4.) A2 (Kingman Plow Co.- Peoria, Illinois) - - 6". Good++.

PiCs Lots 882 thru 889

0890. Lot of four:
(1.) R438 (Emerson-Brantingham later Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5" Good++.
(2.) T147 - C (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 7.75". Good.
(3.) G70 (Madison Plow Co. later Fuller & Johnson) - - 7.5". Excellent.
(4.) D1 (Grand Detour Plow Co. and later J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 11.75". This wrench was on the orphan wrench list till a recent discovery of listings in Grand Detour and Case Threshing Machine Parts books. Good+. (not in Rathbone)

0891. Lot of three:
(1.) Marked too lightly to read (Buckeye Wrench?) - - 9.75" oddball. Over cleaned. (See Buckeye Mower & Reaper Co, Akron, O. - R2-44)
(2.) 272 (Superior Drill Co.) - - 9.5". Extended jaw variant. Pitting. Rathbone also shows this wrench under Kingman Plow Co. Good++. (R1-284, R1-446, R2-11)
(3.) GENERATOR DELCO-LIGHT / SPARK-PLUG - 28248 - - 8.75". Excellent.

0892. Lot of two:
(1.) 2155 with B. F. Avery Maltese Cross logo (B. F. Avery, earlier IHC, earlier, Champion) - - 10". Good++.
(2.) 2156 (No logos) (Champion than, IHC, B. F. Avery) - - 7.75". Excellent.

0893. Lot of two: Look a Likes
(1.) R57 (orphan) - - 5.5". Excellent.
(2.) R. S. Co / CD82 (Racine-Sattley) - - 5.5". Good++. Excellent.

0894. Lot of three:
(1.) 378 (Frost & Wood) - - 7.25". Good++.
(2.) 378 (Frost & Wood) - - 7.25". Reverse marking than (1.) above. Good+
(3.) 44 with a "H" in a circle logo (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio) - - 8.25". Good+.

0895. Lot of three: Johnston Harvester (Batavia, NY) and Massey-Harris - - 8.75". Pitting.
(1.) J H CO / 218 (Johnston Harvester / Massey-Harris) - - 9.5". Good.
(2.) 140 (Johnston Harvester / Massey-Harris) - - 8.5". Good++.
(3.) 122A (Johnston Harvester / Massey-Harris) - - 6.5". Good+, slight bend.

0896. Lot of four: Roderick Lean Mfg. Co. (of Mansfield, Ohio) Wrenches
(1.) C111 (Roderick Lean) - - 8". Excellent.
(2.) E6 (Roderick Lean) - - 8". Light pitting.
(3.) ROD'K LEAN / E6 - - 8.25". Good++.
(4.) RODERICK LEAN /C11 - - 8". New paint.

PiCs Lots 890 thru 896

International Harvester and Related Companies Wrenches (Lots 897 thru 944)

0897. 270N and an IHC logo - - 10.5" double hook spanner. Excellent. (R1-250)

0898. 270N / CANADA - 4 and an IHC logo - - 10.5" double hook spanner. Excellent. (R1-250)

0899. D. M. O & Co - D420 (D. M. Osborne & Co. - Auburn, NY, later IHC) - - 5". No IHC logo variation. Good+. (R1-363)

900. 97L (with IHC logo) - - 5.5". Good+. (R1-250)

0901. Lot of two:
(1.) 93704 PRIMER PLUG (with a "D" in a circle logo) / CYLINDER & VALVE PLUG (IHC) - - 10.5". Double open ends variant. Some pitting. (on Irps' IHC Tool List, R1-252)
(2.) BASE WRENCH / EP49 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 6.75". Good+. (R1-360)

0902. Lot of two:
(1.) JONES / D114 (Plano Mfg. Co. and IHC) - - 6.5". No logo variant. Good++. (R1-381)
(2.) JONES / D114 (with very faint Plano logo) - - 6.5" Good+. Logo weakly marked, can' read. (R1-381)

0903. 1692T (IHC) - - 10" double spark plug socket listed for Mogul, Titan and other IHC early tractors and gas engines. Some pitting. (R1-251)

0904. 1118B (IHC / Belle City Mfg. Co. / Racine Imp. Co.) - - 8.5" double socket. Good+. (R1-251)

0905. 1691T / with an IHC logo - - 8" double socket. Listed for McCormick-Deering Threshers. Some light pitting. (R1-251)

0906. 5378TM (IHC) - - 7" double socket wrench used on early IHC Titan Tractors and Two Cylinder Gas Engines. Good++. (R1-252)

0907. 1967T with an IHC logo - - 6" double socket. Good++. (R1-251)

0908. 5082T / A with an IHC logo - - 6" double socket listed for early International Trucks and Gas Engines. Good++. (R1-251)

0909. Lot of two:
(1.) 632LA / (IHC logo) - - 4.5" socket. Excellent with most of the original finish. (R1-251)
(2.) 204L / (IHC logo) - - 6" double square socket listed for McCormick-Deering Threshers, Huskers, Shredders. Good++. (R1-251)

0910. 2699TM (IHC) - - 4.5" heavy cast spark plug socket. Excellent. (R1-251)

0911. 22394VA (IHC logo) - - 8.5" hubcap wrench. Good++. (R1-252)

0912. 6849H SPARK PLUG (IHC) - - 8.5" double socket wrench. Good+. (R1-252)

0913. 130H (IHC) - - 10.5". Hub cap wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-251)

0914. 164E - CONN ROD - CLUTCH / SPARK PLUG - - 10.5". Good++ with some light file marks on one edge. (R1-250)

0915. 6850H - OIL PAN CAP - RADIATOR CAP - WATER PUMP / VALVE CAP (with an IHC logo) - - 11.75". Early 1920's International Truck wrench. Good+ with some very light pitting. (R1-252)

0916. Lot of two:
(1.) 123B (IHC / Belle City Mfg. Co. / Racine Imp. Co.) - - 8". Good+, with drilled hang hole. (R1-250, R2-32)
(2.) 122B (IHC / Belle City Mfg. Co. / Racine Imp. Co.) - - 7". Pitting. (R1-250, R2-242)

PiCs Lots 897 thru 916

0917. KENTUCKY DRILLS / KR299 (Brennan & Co. - Lou. KY., also IHC) - - 9". Excellent.

0918. KENTUCKY DRILLS / KR299 - BRENNAN & Co. - LOU. KY. (also IHC) - - 9". Good++.

0919. 28 1/2 with Plano logo (Plano Mfg. Co., and IHC) - - 6.5". Good++, logo not clearly cast.

0920. 10603CX with IHC logo - - 9.75". Good++.

0921. 10954CAX (IHC) - - 8.5". Excellent.

0922. 924C (IHC logo) - - 6". Keyhole imprint on both sides (not clear through) variation. Different small end then seen before. Excellent. (variation not in Rathbone)

0923. Eagle Brand / 704671-R1 (IH logo) - - 9.5". Good++.

0924. Lot of two:
(1.) G.1 (Oliver and IHC) - - 12.75". Light pitting.
(2.) E with a triangle logo / D (Champion and IHC) - - 9.5" double open ended S-wrench. . Light pitting. (R1-98)

0925. Lot of two:
(1.) RP209 (Oliver / IHC) - 12". Good+ with tiny casting flaw hole.
(2.) CP245 (Oliver / IHC) - - 9.25". Excellent.

0926. 3614T (IHC logo) - - 6". all markings debossed. Good+ with a drilled hang hole. (R2-146)

0927. 1326-E (IHC logo) - - 8.5". All markings debossed. Good++.

0928. 1326E (IHC logo) 3/8 - 7/16 - - 7". All markings debossed. Excellent.

0929. Lot of two:
(1.) K439 / IHC logo (Osborne then IHC then E-B and finally Case T. M. Co) - - 7" pitman wrench. Good++.
(2.) PITMAN (IHC) - - 5.5". Some light pitting.

0930. Lot of two:
(1.) R172 with IHC logo / 6 (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 6.25" with small hammer head, Planet Jr. type. Numbers debossed, logo embossed variation. Good++ with slight bend.
(2.) R172 with IHC logo. (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 6.25" with small hammer head, Planet Jr. type. All markings embossed variation. Good+

0931. Lot of two: Planet Jr. flat steel No. 5430 Wrenches. Also on IHC tool List.
(1.) 5430 (Planet Jr. and IHC) - - 5.25". Some minor edge dings. . (variation not in Rathbone or IHC Tool List)
(2.) 5430 - PLANET JR. - - 5". Good+. (variation not in Rathbone or IHC Tool List)
(3.) 5430 - PLANET JR. - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 5". Minor edge dings.

0932. Lot of two:
(1.) 1261-Y with IHC logo - - 5.25" flat steel water pump wrench Good+.
(2.) FAIRMOUNT - CLEVELAND - - 5.25" flat steel wrench. same wrench as above, probably from the same manufacturer. Good++.

0933. Lot of two:
(1.) 11858-DA (IHC logo) - 5.5" flat steel hook spanner for Farmall tractor water pumps. Good++.
(2.) 11858DA (IHC logo) - 5.5" flat steel hook spanner for Farmall tractor water pumps. Reverse markings when compared to above wrench. Good++.

PiCs Lots 917 thru 933

0934. 3274A - H - IHC Logo / CANADA - - 13" socket wrench with sliding handle. Excellent. (R1-251)

0935. Lot of two:
(1.) 2715 / (IHC logo) - O (IHC, earlier P & O) - - 9.5". Numbers debossed, logo embossed. Light pitting.
(2.) P & O CO - CANTON ILL / 2715 - - 9.5". Good+.

0936. P1189 (IHC) - - 12" double socket. Good++.

0937. P & O CO - 3682 / CANTON ILL - - 12" with disk straightening slot. Good+. (R1-370)

0938. F239 (IHC logo) - 11 HP and an "IM" logo (Oliver and IHC) - - 9.5". Good++.

0939. 139 1/2E (IHC) - - 5" by 7" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-250)

0940. P1184 and IHC logo IHC, originally Osborne) - - 9.5" by 11.75" socket tee wrench. Excellent.

0941. Lot of two:
(1.) K234 (D. M. Osborne & Co, Auburn, NY later IHC) - - 3.5" by 5"tee handled socket wrench. Good++ with very light markings as usual. (R363)
(2.) 271N - L / (IHC logo) - - 6" x 6.5". Tee socket wrench. Good+.

0942. 9118 with IHC logo ' another IHC logo - - 7" by 7.5" tee handled socket wrench. Some light pitting.

0943. Lot of two: Emerson type P & O / IHC Wrenches
(1.) P & O Co. / 5283 - - 10".
(2.) IHC logo - 5283 and a triangle logo (originally P & O, later IHC ) - - 10"". 10" rare variant marked with part number and IHC logo and a square cutout on the shaft, all markings debossed. Excellent with most of the original finish. (variant not in Rathbone).

0944. Lot of three: Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC Wrenches (R1- 280)
(1.) A (Keystone / IHC) - 7". Pitted.
(2.) C (Keystone / IHC) - - 4" by 7.5". Good+.
(3.) D (Keystone / IHC) - - 5" by 8.5". Some light pitting.

PiCs Lots 934 thru 944

Winchester - KeenKutter - Other Hardware Company Wrenches (Lots 945 thru 975)

0945. WINCHESTER - 1143 - - 10" double open end wrench. Excellent.

0946. WINCHESTER - 1234 - - 7.75" double open end wrench. Some minor pitting.

0947. WINCHESTER - 1222 - - 6.75" double open end wrench. Good+.

0948. WINCHESTER - W29 - - 6.75" double open end wrench. Good+ with punched former owner's initials (WH).

0949. WINCHESTER - 1119 - - 5.75" double open end wrench. Excellent.

0950. WINCHESTER - 1705 - - 4.75" double open end wrench. Good++.

0951. WINCHESTER - 1204 - - 4" double open end wrench. Good++.

0952. KEENKUTTER K-4 with KeenKutter logo / SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS U.S.A. - - 4" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. One of the rarer 4 inch Crescent type adjustable wrenches in Excellent condition.

0953. KEENKUTTER K-6 with KeenKutter logo / SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS U.S.A. - - 6" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Good++.

0954. KEENKUTTER with KeenKutter logo / SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. U.S.A. - - 6" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Good++.

0955. KEENKUTTER K-8 with KeenKutter logo / SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS U.S.A. - - 8" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Excellent.

0956. KEENKUTTER with KeenKutter logo / SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. U.S.A. - - 8" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Good++.

0957. KEENKUTTER with KeenKutter logo / SIMMONS HARDWARE CO. U.S.A. - - 10" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Some pitting.

0958. KEENKUTTER K-12 with KeenKutter logo / SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS U.S.A. - - 12" KeenKutter Crescent type wrench. Good+.

0959. DIAMOND EDGE DE-12 with DE logo / SHAPLEIGH'S - ST. LOUIS U.S.A. - - 12" Diamond Edge Crescent type wrench. Excellent.

0960. KEENKUTTER - K1000- - 10.25" double open ended S-wrench. Good+.

0961. KEENKUTTER - K580- - 8.5" double open ended S-wrench. Good++.

0962. WINCHESTER - 1522 - - 8" double open ended S-wrench. Excellent.

0963. WINCHESTER - 1514- - 7" double open ended S-wrench. Good+.

0964. WINCHESTER - 1505- - 6.25" double open ended S-wrench. Good+.

0965. KEENKUTTER - KT5- - 7" double open ended with angled ends. Good+ with some light pitting.

PiCs Lots 945 thru 965

0966. KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - BLACK JACK - SOLID BAR U.S.A. - - 10" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good+.

0967. KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - BJ (BJ = Black Jack) - SOLID BAR PAT JAN 14, 96 - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 8" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good+.

0968. KEENKUTTER - MADE IN U.S.A. and a KeenKutter logo - BLACK JACK - SOLID BAR U.S.A. - - 8" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good++.

0969. KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - BLACK JACK - SOLID BAR U.S.A. - - 6" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good++.

0970. KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - BLACK JACK - SOLID BAR U.S.A. - - 6" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Good++.

0971. Lot of three:
(1.) KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - 14 / DROP FORGED - - 14" pipe wrench. Good.
(2.) KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - 8 / DROP FORGED - - 8" pipe wrench. Good++.
(3.) SHAPLEIGH'S with snowflake logo - 8 - - 8" pipe wrench. Good++.

0972. Lot of two: Wire Cutting Pliers
(1.) KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - No. KB10 - - 10.5". Excellent.
(2.) E. C. SIMMONS - KEENKUTTER and a KeenKutter logo - No. KB10 - - 6.5". Excellent.

0973. E. C. Simmons KeenKutter logo / K94 - - 4.24". Side screw hollow handle bicycle wrench. Old Simmons catalogs list two versions of his wrench: Nickel Plated - No K93 and Black Finish - K94 ($11.60 per dozen in 1921). Good with some pitting, weak markings, nicks.

0974. Lot of two:
(1.) OAK LEAF (in an oak leaf logo) - - 9" box or crate hammer and tail puller tool. Oak Leaf was an E. C. Simmons brand name. Good++.
(2.) ECLIPSE - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 6.25" slip joint pliers. Good+.

0975. Lot of five: Hardware Company Alligator Wrenches
(1.) WYETH HDWE. AND MANFG. CO. - ROEBLING - TRENTON, N.J. - ALLIGATOR PAT'D / 1 - - 5.5" single ended alligator wrench. Good++.
(2.) E. C. Simmons KeenKutter logo - - 5.5" double ended alligator wrench with three rethreading dies. Good++ with tiny nick on end of one jaw.
(3.) SURE GRIP - PAT. JULY 26, 98 / 20 - - 5.5" single ended alligator wrench. Sure Grip was an E. C. Simmons brand name. Good+.
(4.) E. C. Simmons KeenKutter logo / 40 - - 5.5" single ended alligator wrench. Good++.
(5.) SURE GRIP - PAT. JULY 26, 98 / 50 - - 7" single ended alligator wrench. Sure Grip was an E. C. Simmons brand name. Good++.

PiCs Lots 966 thru 975

Harley-Davidson - Indian and Other Motorcycle Wrenches and Tools - Exceptional Selection With Some Real Rarities.
(Lots 976 thru 995)

0976. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES HENDEE MFG CO - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA / WAKEFIELD WRENCH - No. 17 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS U.S.A. - PATENTS PENDING IN U.S.A. AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES. - - 7" side screw adjust with solid handle, enclosed adjusting gear variant. Rare variant. Good++. (not in Schulz)

0977. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES HENDEE MFG CO- SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA - WAKEFIELD WRENCH - No. 17 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS U.S.A. - - 7" side screw adjust with solid handle and open adjusting gear. Patented by Joseph Oliver and Joseph Fleming both from Worcester. Much rarer wrench than the Indian Wakefield No. 8. Good++. (not in Schulz)  PAT.

0978. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - HENDEE MFG CO - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA - WAKEFIELD WRENCH WORCESTER, MASS / NO. 8 - PAT SEPT 4, 1900 - - 6.25". Indian Motorcycle wrench. Side adjust. with hollow handle. Wakefield wrench was patented by John E. Wakefield of Worcester, Mass. Good+. (S124)  PAT.

0979. "FLYING MERKEL" MANUFACTURED BY THE MIAMI CYCLE & MFG CO. MIDDLETOWN, OHIO / - WAKEFIELD WRENCH WORCESTER, MASS / NO. 8 - PAT SEPT 4, 1900 - - 6.25" Wakefield No. 8 wrench like Lot 978 above but with the rare Merkel Motorcycle imprint. Good++ with stronger than usual markings. (not listed)

0980. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES HENDEE MFG CO - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA - CHARLES E. HALL CO. - BUFFALO, NY USA - NO. 13 (with a "H" in a shield logo) - - 5.75" side screw adjust with hollow handle. Indian Motocycles imprint on a rare Charles Hall wrench. First we have had to sell. Good+ with Very light pitting and corrosion, some markings hard to read, former owner's stamped initials (CC in small letters) (not in Schultz)

0981. INDIAN (in script) / INDIAN (in script) - - 7" malleable adjustable auto type wrench included in Indian Motocycle tool kits. Excellent. (S125)

0982. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES / Z - - 6.5" pressed steel double hex box end wrench. Excellent.

0983. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel single open end by two open ends wrench. Good+.

0984. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel double open end wrench. Some very light pitting.

0985. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel single open end by two open ends wrench. Good++.

0986. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel double open end wrench. Some pitting.

0987. "INDIAN" - - 6" flat steel double open end wrench. Good+.

0988. "INDIAN" - - 6" flat steel alligator by open end wrench. Probably the scarcest of the Indian flat steel wrenches. Good++.

0989. Lot of two:
(1.) "INDIAN" - - 6" flat steel alligator by open end wrench. Good++.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5.75" flat steel alligator by open end wrench like Indian wrench above . Pitting.

0990. Lot of two: Indian and Thor Wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench
(1.) INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel double open end wrench. Good+.
(2.) THOR (in script) - - 5" flat steel open end and hex box by hook spanner wrench. Thor Motorcycle Wrench? Crack between open and hex jaws, otherwise excellent. (not listed no info)

0991. HARLEY-DAVIDSON - AK 742 - - 4.5" motorcycle chain breaker. Some pitting.

0992. INDIAN MOTOCYCLE - - 3" motorcycle chain breaker. Rare Indian tool, first one we have had to sell. Excellent.

0993. Lot of two:
(1.) YAMAHA - JAPAN - - 6.25" slip joint pliers. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 4" double open end wrench. Owner identified as a Harley-Davidson wrench? Excellent.

0994. RACYCLE - - 5". Neat multi-wrench with a screwdriver and spoke wrench. An internet search found that Miami Cycle Co. of Middletown, Ohio made Racyle brand bicycles and motorcycles from 1896 until the mid 1920s. Never seen this one before. Excellent condition with original plating. (not listed) PiC Lot 994

0995. STANDARD HARLEY-DAVIDSON VALVE TOOL FACER - PAT. APPLD. FOR - AM. VALVE TOOL MFG. CO. N.Y. - - 6". Neat small valve grinder marked Harley Davidson. First one I have seen. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 976 thru 995

Automotive Wrenches and Related Stuff (Lots 996 thru 1042)

0996. Collection of sixty ignition type wrenches, feeler gauges ,etc. Many are marked including: Eisemann. Mallory, North East Horn Wrench, American Bosch, Connecticut, Remy, Remy-Wagner, Delco, Bosch-Simms, Splitdorf, N. East-Con, Lucas, Meccam, Berling. - - 1.5" to 5.25". Here's an opportunity to acquire an instant collection of these small wrenches that would normally takes years to complete. Most are in good++ or excellent condition.

PiC Lot 996

0997. KENDALL MOTOR OIL - - 23" two sided painted metal sign. Also marked on border "Scioto Signs - Kenton, Ohio - 1995". Some scratches and minor dings.

PiC Lot 997

0998. SUPERIOR BOG QUALITY (Bog Mfg. Co. - Chicago, Illinois) - - 22" speed wrench type with wooden knob and two hex sockets to turn a nut while holding the bolt head. Used on automotive oil pans, transmission flanges, etc. Excellent.

0999. BAHCO - SWEDEN - PATENT - 16C "/ V-STEEL - BAHCO 31 - MADE IN SWEDEN - - 8" Crescent type wrench with alligator wrench on end. Excellent.

1000. MACK (in script) - WILLIAMS 81a - - 9.25" DOUBLE OPEN end S-wrench. Good= with spots of light pitting.

1001. Mitchell (in script) - - 5.25" double open end. Good++.

1002. CADILLAC (in block letters) - - 6" double open end. Excellent.

1003. PIERCE with an arrow logo - -A11188 with a Billings logo - - 5.25" odd single open end. Excellent.

1004. Lot of two:
(1.) RAMBLER / GORMULLY & JEFFERY CO. - CHICAGO - - 5" open end d by hex box end with flat hammer poll. Good++.
(2.) SPARK PLUG GAP GAGE .O32 (Scott-Atwater Outboard Motor Co. - Minneapolis, Minn.) - - 6" multi-wrench with four wrench openings, screwdriver, feeler gauge and a compartment to hold spare shear pins. Pitting.

1005. Lot of two:
(1.) THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO (etc.). - WESTCOTT / AUTO 8 INCH - - 8" S-handled Crescent type nut wrench. Good plus.
(2.) KING DICK / KD - M6B - MADE IN ENGLAND - - 11" Automotive type wrench. Crack on face and hammer damage on edge of lower jaw assembly.

1006. FORD (in script) - T3390 with a "D" in a circle logo - - 12.5". Ford Model "T" cast ratchet type jack. Excellent with new black paint.

1007. Unmarked - - 18" extra large automotive type wrench. Good+ with stamped previous owner's initials (J. W. B.)

PiCs Lots 998 thru 1007

Automotive Hubcap and Wire Wheel Wrenches.
By far the best selection we have had to offer. (Lots 1008 thru 1042)

1008. WINTON - F46 - - 15" single hex box hub cap wrench. Excellent.

1009. ROLLS ROYCE - T1230 / HUB CAP - MADE IN ENGLAND - - 8". Excellent.

1010. A6237 (Pierce Arrow) - - 14.25" large single hex box Series 48 Pierce Arrow hub cap wrench. Excellent with most of the original finish.

1011. CADILLAC (in script) / 3496 - - 10" hex box end. Valve cap wrench? Good++.

1012. WHITE (in script) - 886GE -X - - 13" single hex box hubcap wrench. Good+.

1013. MOON - R2015A (and StL in a circle logo) - - 10" single hex box hubcap wrench from the Moon Motor Car Co. of St. Louis, MO. One of the neatest malleable hubcap wrenches with the trademark "Moon Eyes" dots in center of the O's. Some pitting.

1014. WHITE (in block letters) - 886-0 - - 12". Good++.

1015. Marked very lightly, can't read (owner identified as MORT? - -11" large hex box by small hex box with face spanner pegs on one side. Pitting.

1016. RENAULT / 79011 C - - 12.5" hub cap wrench. Good++ with original finish.

1017. WHITE (in block letters) / 886M - - 13". Good++.

1018. N-1-136 (Columbia) - - 14" odd shaped single box end. Shown in Columbia Automobile Parts Lists for "for wood & Disteel wheels". Good+ with very light pitting and a slight bend.

1019. STUTZ / 7164 - - 12". Neat and rare hubcap wrench. Excellent condition but one box end has been modified.

PiCs Lots 1008 thru 1019

1020. 2753 - - 12.75" hubcap wrench. Excellent.

1021. 15525 (orphan) - - 13" hubcap wrench. Excellent.

1022. Timken / W-5099 - - 10.75". hubcap wrench. Good++.

1023. B6 with a "D" in a circle logo (orphan) - - 12' odd hubcap wrench. Excellent.

1024. D2722 (orphan) - - 11.5" oddball hubcap wrench. Good++.

1025. F4-12-18 (orphan) - - 10.25". Different style hubcap wrench. Good++.

1026. K1180 (probably Maxwell?) - - 12.75". Good++.

1027. Budd Wheel Corporation - STRIKE - STRIKE / Philadelphia PA USA - 2956 - STRIKE - STRIKE - - 10.75". Excellent.

1028. BUFFALO WHEEL CORP. / BUFFALO N.Y. - - 12. Good++.

PiCs Lots 1020 thru 1028

1029. HOUK MFG CO BUFFALO NY X / 6145 - - 15.75". Good+ with some pitting.

1030. HOUK MFG CO BUFFALO NY / 6144A - - 14". Good+.

1031. 4 - HOUK MFG CO BUFFALO NY / 6224 - - 13.75". Good+.

1032. HOUK WIRE WHEEL CORPORATION - 6326 with a "D" in a circle logo - - 11.25". Good++.

1033. DAYTON WIRE WHEEL CO - DAYTON, O / NO. 30932 - - 15.75". Good++.

1034. THE DAYTON WIRE WHEEL CO - 6326 - -11.25". Good++.

1035. HAYES WHEEL CO - JACKSON MICH. - WW5 - - 16". Good++ with tiny drilled hang hole.

1036. HAYES WHEEL CO - JACKSON MICH. - WW4 - - 14". Good+ with some minor pitting.

PiCs Lots 1029 thru 1036

1037. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. - X / 8145 - - 15.75". Good++.

1038. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. / 6505 - DF-N0.5 - - 14.5". Excellent.

1039. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. / 6504 - DF-NO 4 - - 14". Excellent, painted.

1040. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. / 6060A - - 11.5". Good+.

1041. WIRE WHEEL CORP. OF AMERICA - BUFFALO N.Y. - 3 / B4-1005 - - 12.5". Good+.

1042. P. D. W. CO. INC. - GEORGETOWN, KY / P5 - - 16". Some pitting.

PiCs Lots 1037 thru 1042

Plomb Tool Company Wrenches (Lots 1043 thru 1053)

1043. Lot of five: Plomb Pebble Finish Double Box End Wrenches
(1.) 1150 Plomb - - 16".
(2.) 1145 Plomb - - 14".
(3.) 1134 Plomb - - 9.5".
(4.) 1130 Plomb - - 8".
(5.) 1126 Plomb - - 6.25".

1044. Lot of four: Plomb Socket Tools
(1.) 4918 Plomb 3/8" drive 9/16" crowfoot wrench.
(2.) 5270 Plomb 3/8" drive universal joint.
(3.) 5270 Plomb 3/8" drive universal joint.
(4.) 5470 Plomb 1/2" drive universal joint.

1045. Lot of three: Plomb Plain Finish Open End By Box End Combination Wrenches
(1.) 1236 Plomb - - 16".
(2.) 1234 Plomb - - 15.75".
(3.) 1224 Plomb - - 9".

1046. Lot of five: Plomb Socket Driver Tools
(1.) 5482 - Plomb 1/2" drive speed wrench - - 18".
(2.) WF-20- Plomb (Wright Field) 3/8" drive breaker bar - - 8.25".
(3.) 5467 Plomb 1/2" drive breaker bar with pebble finish - - 15.75".
(4.) 5467 Plomb - Los Angles 51 - drive breaker bar - - 14.75".
(5.) 5466PH Plomb 1/2" drive breaker bar handle - - 11.5".

1047. Lot of six: Plomb and Early Proto Open End By Box End Combination Wrenches
(1.) 1228 Plomb - (pebble finish) - - 11".
(2.) 1224 Plomb - (pebble finish) - - 9.25".
(3.) 1220 Plomb - (pebble finish) - - 7.75".
(4.) 1220 Plomb - (pebble finish) - - 7.75".
(5.) 1220 Plomb - (pebble finish) - - 7.75".
(6.) 1224 Proto - Plomb Tool Co. - - 9.25".

1048. Lot of four: Plomb and Early Proto 3/8" Drive Ratchets
(1.) 5249 Plomb (pebble finish) - - 7".
(2.) WF21 Plomb (Wright Field) - - 7".
(3.) WF21 Plomb (Wright Field) - - 7".
(4.) 5249 Proto (on ratchet assembly) - Plomb (on handle) - - 7".

PiCs Lots 1043 thru 1048

1049. Plomb 3/8" Drive Socket Extensions.
(1.) 5260 Plomb - - 3.5".
(2.) 5260 Plomb - - 3.5".
(3.) 5260 Plomb - - 3.5".
(4.) 5261 Plomb - - 7.25".
(5.) 5262 Plomb - - 12".
(6.) WF-19 Plomb =-- 12". Slight bend.

1050. Lot of four: Plomb Extensions and a Precision-Bilt Socket
(1.) 5460 Plomb 1/2" drive 2-1/2" extension
(2.) 5461 Plomb 1/2" drive 5" extension
(3.) 5461 Plomb 1/2" drive 5" extension
(4.) 9116 Precision-Bilt 1/2" drive 5/8" eight point socket.

1051. Lot of six: Plomb 1/4" Sockets and Accessories.
(1.) 4766 Plomb 1.4" drive breaker bar. Some of the parts numbers are blurry and hard to read.
(2.) 4761 Plomb 1/4" drive 6" extension.
(3.) 4761 Plomb 1/4" drive 6" extension.
(4.) 4708-S Plomb 1/4" drive 1/4" eight point socket. Can't read the "8" in part number.
(5.) 4712 Plomb 1/4" drive 3/8" socket
(6.) 4714 Plomb 1/4" drive 7/16" socket

1052. Lot of eight: Plomb 1/2" Drive Deep Sockets
(1.) 5344 Plomb 11/16".
(2.) 5344 Plomb 11/16".
(3.) 5345 Plomb 3/4".
(4.) 5345 Plomb 3/4".
(5.) 5347 Plomb 13/16".
(6.) NAF1110 USN (U.S. Navy - Naval Aircraft Factory)Plomb 7/8" (Six point)
(7.) 5348 Plomb 7/8".
(8.) 5348 Plomb 7/8",

1053. Lot of twelve: Plomb Sockets
(1.) 5418 Plomb 9/16" - 1/2" drive.
(2.) 5418 Plomb 9/16" - 1/2" drive.
(3.) 5420 Plomb 5/8" - 1/2" drive.
(4.) 5420 Plomb 5/8" - 1/2" drive.
(5.) 5214 Plomb 7/16" - 3/8" drive.
(6.) 5220 Plomb 5/8" - 3/8" drive.
(7.) WF33 Plomb (Wright Field) 3/4" - 3/8" drive.
(8.) 5016 Plomb deep 1/2" - 3/8" drive.
(9.) 5016 Plomb deep 1/2" - 3/8" drive.
(10.) 5016 Plomb deep 1/2" - 3/8" drive.
(12.) 5020 Plomb deep 5/8" - 3/8" drive.
(12.) 5022 Plomb deep 11/16" - 3/8" drive.

PiCs Lots 1049 thru 1053

1054. Lot of two: Martin Donnelly's Catalogues of Antique Tools - Great wrench references with several hundred listed and photographed in each catalog.
(1.) 2000 Millennium Edition - - 318 pages. Excellent condition.
(2.) 2002 Edition - - 318 pages. Excellent condition.

1055. Lot of two:
(1.) Automotive News - Ford 100th Anniversary Special Commemorative Edition (June 16, 2003) - - 328 pages.
(2.) 2007 calendar - STREET THUNDER (Muscle Cars) - Knapp Electric - North Platte, Nebraska

1056. Lot of six: Contemporary but interesting Calendars
(1.) 2006 BARNS - Brott Auction Service - Gothenburg, Nebraska
(2.) 2006 NEVER A DULL MOMENT - Don Lahm Aquctioneer - Lexington, Nebraska
(3.) 2007 COUNTRY CHUCKLES - Garry Squier - Anselmo, Nebraska
(4.) 2000 AMERICAN WEST - Lexington Livestock Market - Lexington, Nebraska
(5.) 2002 AMERICAN WEST - Lexington Livestock Market - Lexington, Nebraska
(6.) 2002 AMERICAN WEST - Lexington Livestock Market - Lexington, Nebraska

PiCs Lots 1054 thru 1056

Choice Box Lots (will be sold choice wrench)

Choice Box 001: Chain Detachers
(1.) JOHN DEERE - U (with JD logo) / J1480-H
(2.) BIG DUTCHMAN - CHAIN - 150220
(3.) OLSON MFG. CO. - ALBERT LEA MINN. - CD-58 / STEEL & FROLLER CHAIN DETACHERS
(4.) EASY CHAIN DETACHER NO. 1 / LINK-BELT (with dogbone logo)
(5.) (International Harvester) Q-5027 (with IHC logo)

Choice Box 002: More Chain Detachers
(1.) HERSCHEL STEEL CHAIN DETACHER / R. HERSCHEL MFG. CO. - PEORIA ILL
(2.) TRASCO - A7476
(3.) ALBERT LEA FOUNDRY - ALBERT LE, MINN. - CD-589 / STEEL & FROLLER CHAIN DETACHERS
(4.) WEARWELL STEEL CHAIN DETACHER
(5.) PEORIA STEEL CHAIN DETACHER / PEORIA MALL CASTINGS CO. - 325
(6.) MOLINE IRON WORKS - A69 / MOLINE STEEL CHAIN DETACHER

PiCs Choice Lots 1 and 2

Choice Box 003: Assorted Wrenches
(1.) 7330K (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 14" wagon type wrench with large 2-1/4" square opening.
(2.) IOWA CREAM SEPARATOR (Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" double open ended S-wrench. (R1-259)
(3.) Unmarked - -7" slip joint pliers with center wire cuter and different over lapping upper jaw. (unlisted, no info found)
(4.) 180108M1 <MHF> - 11/16 - 1-1/16 (Massey Harry Ferguson) - - 10.5" with ruler markings on back. Good++. (R2-164)
(5.) AMERICAN SAW CO - TRENTON, N.J. - ALLIGATOR PAT'D / 1 - - 5.5" pressed steel with several other wrench openings  PAT.
(6.) 148 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere)- - 9.5". Good+. (D25, R1-448)
(7.) P. DWIRE / 1883 - 14" unusual three way square socket wrench. Good+ with one jaw edge crack. (unlisted, no info)

Choice Box 004: Four Automobile Type Adjustable wrenches and One Alligator. All have been zealously cleaned.
(1.) AMERICAN SAW CO - TRENTON, N.J. - PAT. AUG 31, 1875 / 1 - - 5.5" pressed steel with several other wrench openings  PAT.
(2.) FAIRMONT CLEVE. USA 11" - - 11" auto wrench.
(3.) WIZARD NO. 9 - PATD. - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. USA - - 9".auto wrench.
(4.) Marked only 9 INCH AUTO - - 9".auto wrench.
(5.) Vlchek - 9 auto - made in USA - 9" auto wrench.

PiCs Choice Lots 3 and 4

Choice Box 005:Lot of five Buggy Type Wrenches. Including one Dayton with broken jaw ear.

Choice Box 006: Farm Wrenches
(1.) ZA810 / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9.25" pitman wrench. Flange broken.
(2.) R197 (McCormick- / IHC) - - 8.25". Crack.
(3.) 138 (Eagle Mfg. - Kansas City, MO and Dallas, TX) - - 8" with small hammer head Pitted.
(4.) Unmarked - - 5.5" pitman type. Pitted.
(5.) S-1 (Milwaukee, later IHC) - - 7.5". Numbers debossed on end variation. Pitted.
(6.) Unmarked tee socket wrench (Acme S852?). Pitted.
(7.) P17 (Stoddard) - - 8". Pitted

Choice Box 007:Lot of six Buggy Type Wrenches. Including one pitted Eberhard 7307B (Dayton type).

PiCs Choice Lots 5 thru 7

Choice Box 008:Milwaukee Harvester Co. (later IHC) Wrenches. (see R1-328)
(1.) MILWAUKEE - - 15.25". Large hub type wrench. Good+.
(2.) P11 - - 9.5". Without post, numbers debossed variant. Some areas with damage.
(3.) P11 - - 9.5". With post, numbers debossed variant. Good++.
(4.) S-1 - - 7.5". Numbers debossed on end variation. Good+.
(5.) A158 - -7" pitman wrench. No logo variation. Good+.
(6.) PG58 - - 5.25". With bar variation. Good+.
(7.) PG58 - - 5.25". No bar variation. Excellent.

Choice Box 009: International Harvester "G" Gas Engine and Tractor Wrenches
(1.) I.H.CO. G3170 and IHC logo / IHC logo - - 12". Some light pitting.
(2.) G3866 and IHC logo - - 14.25" double open ended S-wrench variation. Good++.
(3.) G3171 and IHC logo - - 8". Both number and logo embossed. Excellent.
(4.) GA3171 and IHC logo - - 8". Both number and logo embossed. Good++.
(5.) G3172 and IHC logo - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed. Good+.
(6.) IHCO G-3525 and IHC logo / IHC logo - - 7". Both number and logos embossed. Good+.
(7.) G3525 and IHC logo - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed. Good+.
(8.) G3166 and IHC logo - - 5.75". Both number and logo embossed. Good+.
(9.) G3173 and IHC logo - - 4.5". Both number and logo embossed. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 8 and 9

Choice Box 010: Case Plow Works Wrenches
(1.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - 1222 / B - - 10.5" Good+.
(2.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - 4105 - - 10.5" Good++.
(3.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - 4105 / B - - 10" Good++.
(4.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS 4106 / P - - 8" with hammer head. Good++.
(5.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS 4106 / C - - 8" with hammer head. Good++.

Choice Box 011: Case Threshing Machine Co. Wrenches
(1.) 5524T - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 11". Tee socket wrench. Horizontal numbers variation. Good+.
(2.) 46CL - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8". Tee socket wrench. Good++.
(3.) 46CL (Case T. M. Co) - - 8". Slight twist.
(4.) 5994T - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.5". Tee socket wrench. Good++.
(5.) 3330A - X - with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.25" tapered double socket. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 10 and 11

Choice Box 012: Case Threshing Machine Co. Wrenches
(1.) LG276 - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8.75". Tee socket wrench. Good+
(2.) 46CL (Case T. M. Co) - - 8". Tee socket wrench. Slight twist.
(3.) 5524T - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 11". Tee socket wrench. Vertical numbers variation. Good+
(4.) 46CL - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 8". Tee socket wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 013: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) P459 (IHC, originally Osborne) - 14.5". Good++.
(2.) 1059B - IHC logo / E - - 8.5" with six openings. Good+.
(3.) R319 / IHC logo - - 8". All markings embossed. Good+
(4.) M231 - - 7" with socket variation. Some pitting.
(5.) DEERING / HAY RAKE (William Deering & Co. later IHC) - - 6.5". Pitting.

Choice Box 014: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) M231 - - 6.75" solid back, solid bar variation. Good+.
(2.) P3156 - M - IHC logo) - - 8.5". Excellent.
(3.) DEERING - - 7.5" with two end openings and two side openings. Some pitting.
(4.) T225 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 5" small double open ended wrench. Scarce wrench, should of been listed with individual lots.Excellent. (R2-145_
(5.) Unmarked 260 (McCormick / IHC / / Kentucky Drill / Hoosier Drill / American Seeding Machine) - - 7.25". Pitted.

PiCs Choice Lots 12 thru 14

Choice Box 015: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) P1502 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 12.25" double socket. Good++ with slight twist.
(2.) P1599 - IHC logo(all embossed) / P1599 (debossed) - - 12". Small crack.
(3.) P1189 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 14.25" double socket. Excellent.
(4.) H3769M - - 15.75" offset hex box by open end. Good+.
(5.) VB624 - IHC logo) - - 10.75" binder crank and wrench. Numbers and logo embossed variant.
(6.) V624 (IHC) - - 10.25". Some pitting.

Choice Box 016: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) ZA810 (one dot) / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9" pitman wrench. Embossed vertically variant. Bent.
(2.) R28 (Champion, later IHC, later B. F. Avery) - - 8.5" with hang hole variation. Good+.
(3.) H523 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8" double open ended S-wrench. Good+.
(4.) P890 - IHC logo (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.5". P890 and IHC logo both embossed. Excellent.
(5.) R319 - IHC logo - - 8". All markings debossed. Painted.
(6.) M231 - - 7.25" with socket variation. Good+.

Choice Box 017: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) L9 - IHC logo / C - - 8". Solid shaft with 1/2" round hole variation. Good++.
(2.) L9 - IHC logo - - 8". Solid shaft with 1/2" round hole variation. Good++.
(3.) L9 - IHC logo - - 8". Five round hole variation. Good++.
(4.) G261 / MOWER - - 7.25" pitman wrench. Notched bar variant. Casting flaw on one jaw.
(5.) R197 (McCormick-IHC) - - 8.25". Good++.
(6.) D736 / IHC logo (IHC, originally William Deering & Co.) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 15 thru 17

Choice Box 018: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) F9136 - IHC logo - - 9.5". Good++.
(2.) F8121 - IHC logo - - 7" double square socket wrench, stud at 90° variant. Good+.
(3.) R319R - IHC logo - - 8". All markings debossed. Excellent.
(4.) ZA810 (three dots) / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9.25" pitman wrench. Embossed vertically variant. Good++.
(5.) E595 / IHC logo - - 4" odd IHC part?
(6.) S110 - IHC logo - - 6" tee handled socket wrench.

Choice Box 019: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) Z811 - IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 7.5" double open end S-wrench. Good+.
(2.) H523 1/2 (IHC) - - 6.5" double open end S-wrench issued with International Harvester Auto wagons, early gas engines, and threshing machines. Good++.
(3.) P1599 - IHC logo -2 - - 12". All marking debossed. Good++.
(4.) 733 (C.B. & Q / IHC) - - 7.5" Good+
(5.) F9136 - IHC logo - - 9.5". Good+.
(6.) F9136 - - 8". Six round hole variant. Pitted.
(7.) H523 (one dot) - star logo (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8." Good++.
(8.) P349 - IHC logo - - 7.5". Numbers and logo embossed variant. Good++.
(9.) IZ812 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7" . Some pitting.

Choice Box 020: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) H523 (one dot) - star logo (McCormick, later IHC) - - 8." Good++.
(2.) P349 - IHC logo - - 7.5". Numbers and logo embossed variant. Good++.
(3.) Z812 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7" . Some pitting.
(4.) P890 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.5". P890 and IHC logo both embossed. Good++.
(5.) Z810 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7" pitman wrench. Markings embossed. Good+.
(6.) R28 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Champion, later B. F. Avery) - - 8.5" with hang hole variation. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 18 thru 20

Choice Box 021: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) P1183 - IHC logo (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.5". Good++.
(2.) N738 - CANADA - IH logo - - 5.25" L-socket wrench.
(3.) N738 - CANADA - IHC logo - - 5.25" L-socket wrench.
(4.) Z810 - IHC logo (later IHC, originally McCormick) - - 7" pitman wrench. Markings embossed. Good+, bent.
(5.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.75" open back, solid bar variation. Good++.
(6.) U219 - IHC logo - - 6.5". Painted.

Choice Box 022: Emerson-Brantingham Wrenches.
(1.) W1795. 10". Excellent.
(2.) EMERSON - - 10". Good++.
(3.) EMERSON - - 10". Marked opposite side than (2.) above. Good++.
(4.) M19 (Emerson-Brantingham, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 7" pitman wrench. Good++.
(5.) LG276 - E-B logo (Emerson-Brantingham, later Caser T. M. Co.) - - 8.5" Tee socket wrench. Good++.
(6.) M.518 (Emerson-Brantingham, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Excellent.

Choice Box 023: Mixed Farm Wrenches
(1.) 208 (Acme Hay Harvesting Co.) - - 8". Pitting.
(2.) Unmarked oddball orphan - - 6.75". Pitted.
(3.) P17 (Stoddard) - -8". Pitting.
(4.) HEILMAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. - - 8". Pitted.
(5.) 138 (Eagle Mfg. - Kansas City, MO and Dallas, TX) - - 8" with hammer head. Pitted.
(6.) CLARK - - 8" with scraper blade. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 21 thru 23

Choice Box 024: Miscellaneous Farm Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "ET" (David Bradley) - - 10". Looks like Emerson wrenches. Good++.
(2.) GDP Co / G111 (Grand Detour Plow Co. - Dixon, ILL.) - - 10". Some. Good++.
(3.) 159 (with a dogbone logo) - - 8.5". This wrench has been on the John Deere Tool List (with a question mark till discovered in a Adams Parts Book. Pitted.
(4.) 140. (Johnston Harvester - Batavia, NY) - - 8.75". Pitting.
(5.) 276 - - 6.75" oddball with a wing nut wrench opening. Light pitting.
(6.) 884 (Frost & Wood - Smith Falls, Ontario) - - 5". Pitman wrench. Small markings variation. Good+.
(7.) Marked only "A" (orphan) - - 8.25". Square socket by open end wrench. Pitted.

Choice Box 025: Various Farm Wrenches
(1.) JFS (J. Fleury's Sons - Aurora, Ontario, Canada) - - 11". Two open ends variant. Pitting.
(2.) W. P. CO. 71 (Wiard Plow Co. Batavia, NY) - - 10". Four open ends variation. Pitted, over cleaned.
(3.) 2155 with B. F. Avery Maltese Cross logo (B. F. Avery, earlier IHC, earlier, Champion) - - 10". Pitted.
(4.) Wood - - 11.25". Over cleaned.
(5.) C176 / S (P.P. Mast & Co. - Springfield, Ohio, Later Am. Seeding Mach. Co.) - - 9.25" with small hammer head. Pitting.
(6.) Unmarked (like Mast wrench (5.) above) - - 9.25". Pitting.

Choice Box 026: Garden Cultivators Type Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "A" - - 6.75". Some light pitting. (not listed, no info)
(2.) >B14 (orphan) - - 6". With hammer head, solid shaft variant. Good++. (not listed, no info)
(3.) >B14 (orphan) - - 6". With hammer head, six square cutouts on shaft variant. Good++. (not listed, no info)
(4.) Unmarked - - 6.25". Some pitting. (not listed, no info)
(5.) Marked only "F" (A. B. Farquhar Co. - York, Penn.) - - 6.5". Good+.
(6.) P61 / M (Verity / Massey-Harris) - - 6.25". With hammer head. Same number as verity cutout wrench. (parts list picture only R2-283)
(7.) Unmarked - - 6.25". with hammer head. Good++.
(8.) STANDARD (Standard Garden Tool Co., Montrose, Iowa). - - 6.25". Good+.
(9.) X32 (Whitman & Barnes) - - 5.5". Whitman & Barnes Garden Cultivator wrench. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 24 thru 26

Choice Box 027: Six shop made wrenches including one (No. 3) made from an old file.

Choice Box 028: Eight shop made wrenches.

PiCs Choice Lots 27 and 28

Choice Box 029: Misc. Antique Tools, Etc.
(1.) MODEL of 1916 - J. E. C.- - 7". U.S. Army tin box officially named "Bacon Can". Was intended to carry the soldier meat ration in the field, soldiers recycled them used to carry small items like shaving stuff.
(2.) GIFFORD WOOD CO. - - 15.5" ice tongs?
(3.) LODI - W. S. CO. (Wm. Schollhorn Co.) - NEW HAVEN , CONN. / PAT. SEP. 25, 1894 - RE NOV. 6, 1900 - JULY 21, 1903 - - 8" revolving head leather punch. Patentee was William A. Bernard of New Haven, Conn.  PAT.
(4.) IWANS SOLID SOCKET HAY KNIFE - - 16". Unusual hay knife. No handle.
(5.) DR. RINEHART HANDY HOG HOLDER - PAT NOV 24, 1931 - 1833759 / GALESBURG, ILL - - 21". Patent was issued to Harvey M. Rinehart of Knoxville, IL.]  PAT.
(6.) SIMONDS - - 14" adjustable rasp holder with aluminum frame. Used for automobile body work?

PiCs Choice Lot 29

Choice Box 030: John Deere Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (Deere) - - 22.5" double open ended wrench. Some pitting.
(2.) 14674 (John Deere Disk Plows) - - 17" forged double open end. Small 5/16" numbers right of center variation. Good++. (D128)
(3.) 14674 (John Deere Disk Plows) - - 16.75" forged double open end. Small 5/16" numbers right of center variation. Good+. (D128)
(4.) Unmarked - - 10.5" Deere type wagon wrench-pin with 2-5'8" jaws and 5/8" shaft. Painted green.
(5.) A123 / U (Deere) - 11". Some light pitting, bent. (D150)
(6.) B926-H with JD logo - - 2.25" round John Deere part?

Choice Box 031:
(1.) D & M (Deere & Mansur) - - 6.5". Good++. (D303)
(2.) 196 (Deere) - - 7". Two square holes variant. Pitted, new green paint. (D43).
(3.) 196 (Deere) - - 7". Long slots and two round hole variant. Good+. (D37)
(4.) G1014 (Deere) - - 10.25". Good+ with new green paint. (D323)
(5.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1006) - - 6.5". Odd variation with DEERE stamped on both sides
(6.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1012 - - 11.25". Reverse markings variation. (D112)
(7.) DEERE (Deere 1006) - - 6.5". Mistamped with only top half of letters stamped on wrench. (D107)
(8.) DEERE / DEERE (Deere 1007) - - 6.5" - - 9.75". (S109)

PiCs Choice Lots 30 and 31

Choice Box 032: John Deere Wrenches
(1.) marked only with an odd "JD" logo - - 8" all metal hammer. Owner had this with his John Deere wrenches but logo is different from any John Deere I have seen? Excellent.
(2.) K806 (Deere) - - 12.5". Good+. (D386)
(3.) VAN BRUNT / (no markings on reverse) - - 7". With stud, space between words variant. (excellent. (D283)
(4.) VANBRUNT / D-380 with JD logo - -7". With stud, no space between words. Excellent. (D282)
(5.) VANBRUNT / (no markings on reverse) - - 7". No stud variation. Good+. (D280)
(6.) 31 (Hart-Carter threshing machine grain weighers. Also listed in John Deere and Nichols & Shepard-Oliver threshing machine parts books) - - 6". Marked on right side variation. Good+. (D6)
(7.) 31 - - 8". Marked on right side variation. (D5)
(8.) 31 - - 8". Marked upside down on left side variation. Good+. (similar to D4)

Choice Box 033: Grab Bag of Assorted Farm Wrenches
(1.) WR (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 8.5". Pitted. (R1-357)
(2.) 3 - PLANET JR. / PLANET JR. - - 6.5". Good+.
(3.) C (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor's No. 753425 - - 7" Pitting.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 10.25" offset socket tee wrench. Pitting.
(5.) D (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 7" Pitting. (parts list picture only shown R1-265)
(6.) B (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor's No. 760367) - - 9". Good+ with extra hole. (R2-256)

PiCs Choice Lots 32 and 33

Choice Box 034: Wrenches with Railroad Reporting Marks
(1.) OWR & N (Oregon Washington Railway and Navigation) - - 19" double box end. Crude.
(2.) C.S.T.P.M.&O. RY (Chicago St Paul Minneapolis and Omaha RY) - - 17.75" double open end S-wrench. Shop made.
(3.) MKT RR (Missouri-Kansas-Texas RR) - (Woodings-Verona Tool Co's W, V, and T logo) / G. S. - HANDS OFF (marked with punched dots) - - 20". double open end S-wrench.
(4.) WF&CI / WF&CI (unknown reporting mark) - - 20" double open S-Wrench
(5.) CM&PSRY (Chicago, Milwaukee And Puget Sound) - - 17" single open end.
(6.) S.P.CO (Southern Pacific) - 123 / 123 - - 13" double open end S-wrench.
(7.) S.P.CO - CO (Southern Pacific) - - 18" double open end S-wrench. Shop made.

Choice Box 035: Rock Island Plow Co. Wrenches (and one orphan)
(1.) ROCK-ISLAND - - 9" flat steel.
(2.) ROCK-ISLAND - - 7" flat steel.
(3.) ROCK ISLAND / R1123 - - 8". Good++.
(4.) ROCK ISLAND / R1124 - - 5.75". Excellent.
(5.) R121 (orphan) - - 8.75" . Good+.
(6.) R-I. P. CO. - L049 / Hay Loader - - 7.5". Pitted.
(7.) KW8 (with a "W" in a circle logo) - - 8". Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 34 and 35

Choice Box 036: Wrenches with Railroad Reporting Marks
(1.) NPR (Narragansett Pier RR - Rhode Island) - - 9.75" double open end S-wrench. Shop made.
(2.) OSL (Oregon Short Line) - Whitman & Barnes logo / HARDENED - - 19" double open end S-wrench.
(3.) MCRR (Michigan Central RR) 17" double open end S-wrench. Shop made.
(4.) OWR&N / OWR&N (Oregon Washington Railway & Navigation) - - 11.5" Odd offset double opened. Shop made.
(5.) UPRR (Union Pacific RR) 367 / UNHARDENED - - 12" double open end S-wrench
(6.) NPR / NPR (Narragansett Pier RR - Rhode Island) - - 16" double open end S-wrench. Shop made.
(7.) UNION PACIFIIC / 367 NOT HARDENED - - 12" double open end S-wrench
(8.) GNRR (Great Northern RR) - - 19.25" double open ended. Shop made.

Choice Box 037: Grab Bag of Assorted Farm Wrenches
(1.) UX5 (Gehl Bros. and Western Land Roller) - - 15". Painted, pitting.
(2.) Unmarked (look similar to 7370 - Empire Plow Co. wrench - Cleveland, Ohio, except for hang hole) - - 6.5" Good+. (see R1-156)
(3.) Marked only "O" (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 8.25" Tee wrench with square opening variant. Good++. (variant not in Rathbone)
(4.) Marked only "O" (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 8.25" Tee wrench without square opening variant. Good++. (R1-457)
(5.) R300 (Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls, NY) - - 6". Good== except for poor casting of last two part number digits. (R1-494)
(6.) P52 (Whitman & Barnes Garden Cultivator) - - 4.25" with open shaft. (not in Rathbone)
(7.) WIARD PLOW CO (Batavia, NY) - - 11.5". Painted, some pitting. (R1-488)

PiCs Choice Lots 36 and 37

Choice Box 038: Six Stamped Steel Automobile Hubcap wrenches. No. 1 fits a Nash hubcap.

Choice Box 039: Six Stamped Steel Automobile Hubcap wrenches. No.1 is for a Hudson-Essex, No's 2, 3, and 4 are probably Overlands.

Choice Box 040: Five Ford Model "T" Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) Ford (script) T1349 with TMW logo.
(2.) Marked only "H"
(3.) INDESTRO MFG. CO. (in script) - CHICAGO - HARDENED
(4.) KW Co.
(5.) K.W. CO.

PiCs Choice Lots 38 thru 40

Choice Box 041: Five Stamped Steel Automobile Hubcap wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 11". Fits a Nash Hubcap.
(2.) Marked only "4" - - 8.75"".
(3.) Marked "65" - - 9".
(4.) Unmarked - - 9". With two tabs on open end. For Dodge Brothers, Plymouth, DeSoto
(5.) Unmarked - - 9.75".

Choice Box 042: Five Stamped Steel Automobile Hubcap wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked (Dodge Brothers) - - 9.25"
(2.) NEPS' CO. (Chevrolet) - - 8.25"
(3.) Unmarked (Chevrolet) - - 8.25"
(4.) Unmarked (Chevrolet?) - - 8.25" with two tabs on bottom hex.
(5.) Marked only "A" (Chevrolet) - - 8.5".

Choice Box 043: Six Ford Model "T" Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5". Early Model "T" wrench with only three openings.
(2.) FRANK MOSSBERG CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. U.S.A. - NO. 650 (with two Mossberg logos) - - 8.5" scarce after market Ford wrench.
(3.) H with FORD (in script) - - 8.5".
(4.) Marked only with a "M" in a diamond logo Mossberg?) and "P" in a circle logo - - 8.5"
(5.) Ford (script) T1349 with a "t" in a triangle logo - - 8.5".
(6.) Unmarked - - 8". Early Model "T" wrench with only three openings. Pitted.

PiCs Choice Lots 41 thru 43

Choice Box 044: Austin Motor Company Wrenches. Nice set in excellent condition.
(1.) AUSTIN (in script) 7/16 - 1/2 - - 7.75"
(2.) AUSTIN (in script) 7/16 - 1/2 / 4D - - 7.75"
(3.) AUSTIN (in script) 1/2 - 5/16 / (diamond logo) - - 6".
(4.) AUSTIN (in script) 1/4 - 3/16 / 4A - - 4.5".
(5.) AUSTIN (in script) 1/8 - 3/16 / 2E - - 4".

Choice Box 045: Stamped Steel Automobile Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (Dodge brothers) - - 9.5"
(2.) Unmarked - - 12.5". Poor condition.
(3.) Unmarked (Dodge Brothers) - - 11"'.
(4.) HUB CAP WRENCH - REAR WHEEL BEARING ADJUSTING WRENCH - - 15".

Choice Box 046: Misc. Automobile Related Wrenches
(1.) TUNGSTEN SPARK PLUG / ALWAYS ON THE JOB - - 7". Good++.
(2.) CTK MFG CO (Chicago Tool Kit Mfg. Co.) / SP60 - - 8.25" Good+. (see R1-74)
(3.) KING (Orphan?) - - 7.5". Good++. (no info found)
(4.) TIRE CARRIER WRENCH / 678225 (with backward "S" logo) (Studebaker Truck wrench) - - 9" Good+.
(5.) AF310 / 4 and an "A' in a circle logo (Chevy No. 24334 c.1923) - - 8.75" lug wrench with hammer and pry bar end. Good++.
(6.) FORD (in script) USA - - 9.25"Ford Model "A" adjustable wrench with drain plug wrench on end. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 44 thru 46

Choice Box 047: Automobile Hubcap and Lug Bolt Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 17". Combination hubcap and lug bolt wrench and tire tool. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 14". Combination hubcap and lug bolt wrench and tire tool. Excellent.
(3.) 3850B (orphan) - - 10" cast hubcap wrench. Good+.
(4.) Unmarked - - 12.75" cast hubcap wrench. Excellent.
(5.) Unmarked (EMF-Studebaker type) - - 9.75". Some pitting.
(6.) Marked only with an "A" in a circle logo - - 10.5". Lincoln type.
(7.) Marked only with a "M" in a circle logo - - 20.25". Good+.

Choice Box 048 Cast Automobile Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) 2272 and a "H" in a diamond logo (orphan) - - 12.5". Good+.
(2.) A1309 - E.M.F CO. - DETROIT - - 8.5". Good+.
(3.) X24 - C (orphan) - - 12.75". Good+, painted.
(4.) 15086 with triangle logo (orphan) - - 12". Good+, painted.
(5.) 6084 (orphan) with a "T" in a triangle logo - - 10". Good+.
(6.) 3850 with a star logo (Crow-Elkhart Motor Corp. of Elkhart, Indiana) - - 10.5". Light pitting.

PiCs Choice Lots 47 and 48

Choice Box 049: Assorted Automotive Hubcap and Lug Wrenches
(1.) 15086 -1 - triangle logo (orphan) - - 12". Good+, painted.
(2.) 149 - O - - 7". Odd short single hex box hubcap wrench? Painted.
(3.) JAXON / J4 - - 6.75" Chevrolet spinner type lug wrench. Good++.
(4.) Unmarked - - 15". All metal brace type lug wrench. Good+.
(5.) Unmarked (Dodge Brothers) - - 10.5". Stamped steel hubcap wrench with unique pivoting jaw. Excellent.
(6.) 5091 - W (orphan) - - 11.5". Good++.
(7.) 2272 and a "C" in a diamond logo (orphan) - - 12.5". Good+.

Choice Box 050: Hodgepodge of Automotive, Etc. Items.
(1.) FORD (script) - - 8", Metal name plate. Few minor dings.
(2.) COLONIAL - POWELL CO, - CIN. O. - -5.5". Brass grease cup. Excellent.
(3.) GEM NO. 2 -LUNKENHEIMER CO. - CIN. O. - - 3.5". Good++.
(4.) Unmarked - - 3.5". Steel grease cup. Excellent.
(5.) PAT DEC 1905 - - 2.75", Steel grease cup. Some pitting.
(6.) COLEMAN - NO. 0 FILTER FUNNEL - COLEMAN CO. INC. - WICHITA, KANSAS - - 3.5" Small copper funnel. Excellent.
(7.) Unmarked - - 4.5". Odd little "What's It". Good++.
(8.) AJAX / ACCO - - 5". Double snap hook? Good++.
(9.) 5 MINUTE VULCANIZER - - 4.5". Tire patch vulcanizer clamp. Excelled t.
(10.) Unmarked - - 5". Wooden cased coil or igniter.
(11.) Two miniature 3" double box end wrenches. one marked PRESTO LITE (in script) MADE IN U.S.A and one with no markings. For early automotive lights. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 49 and 50

Choice Box 051: Eight BUHL Double Open End Forged Wrenches. Five different size wrenches with several different marking variations. 4" to 8".

Choice Box 052: Conglomeration of Mixed Small Wrenches
(1.) REMINGTON - - 6". Remington Sewing Machine Wrench. (R1-393)
(2.) JOS. POSCH MFR ST. PAUL - - 5.5". Possibly a beer tap wrench. Excellent. (R1-383)
(3.) Marked only "13" (orphan) - - 4.5". With odd turnip shaped cutout. (no info found)
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8". Different double spanner. Excellent
(5.) BULL-DOG - - 4.5". Large markings on a single hex box end wrench. (no info found)
(6.) Unmarked (Briggs & Stratton) - - 5". Flat steel small gas engine wrench.

Choice Box 053: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) WESTERN (in script) / N100 - - 6". Jaw crack.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6.75". Odd flat steel wrench.
(3.) Unmarked (American Lawn Mower Co.- Shelbyville, IN) - - 4.25". Malleable cast double box end.
(4.) RICHARDS-WILCOX MFG. CO - AURORA, ILL - DOOR HANGERS HARDWARE SPECIALISTS - - 4". Flat steel.
(5.) Marked only "K4" - - 4.5". Small cast open end with pointed end. Excellent.
(6.) S & T / S & T - - 4.75" fancy malleable wrench with five openings. Excellent. (R1-409, no info)

Choice Box 054: Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) STADCO NO. 21 / MADE IN USA - - 7.75". Cast dogbone wrench. Good Plus.
(2.) BURGESS / -6 - - 6". Marking variation, usually found also Marked "St. Joseph, Mich." (Not in Rathbone, same wrench as Drednaut / ST. JOSEPH, MICH., R1-151-)
(3.) "EASY" NO. 2. (H. K. Porter) - - 6.75". Easy Bolt Cutter wrench, Excellent with original finish.
(4.) FAIRMOUNT - CLEVELAND - - 8.25" double hex socket.
(5.) LISTER - 5/8 AF - 9/16 AF / MADE IN ENGLAND - - 4.75". Forged double open end.
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 3.75". tee handled hex socket wrench. Pitting on handle.

PiCs Choice Lots 51 thru 54

Choice Box 055:Assortment of Industrial Type Wrenches
(1.) PRATT & WHITNEY CO. / 6702 - - 16.75". Heavy single open end. Good+.
(2.) VIKING STANDARD - GK304J / 05000-0 - - 8". Fire sprinkler wrench? Excellent with original finish.
(3.) FAIRMOUNT USA - 1-7/8" - 11A - - 16.5" Single open end.
(4.) W. U. TEL. CO. (Western Union Telegraph Co.) - - 13.5". Lineman's wrench. Excellent.
(5.) Marked only 10 and 17 - -14.75". Single open end. Some hammer damage to end.
(6.) 807 / "A" in a triangle logo - - 9.5". Single hex box.
(7.) MIETZ & WEISS (New York, NY)- "H" in a diamond logo (Herbrand) / 5/8 - 1/2 - - 8". Double open end S-wrench. Mietz & Weiss produced early gas. kerosene and diesel engines and were one of the first to develop the hot bulb engine. Excellent. (R2-196)
(8.) 246C - "H" in a diamond logo (Herbrand) / 1/2 - 6/16 - - 5.75". Double open end S-wrench. Excellent.

Choice Box 056: Ingersoll-Rand Co. Forged Double Open End Wrenches
(1.) 294 - INGERSOLL-RAND CO. / DYN. COND. CIR. P. F. DYN. RM .- - 7".
(2.) 299 - INGERSOLL-RAND CO. - - 10.5"".
(3.) 301 - INGERSOLL-RAND CO. - - 12"".
(4.) 611 - INGERSOLL-RAND CO. - - 12.25". With a slotted cutout on one end.

Choice Box 057: Plumber's Spud wrenches
(1.) 3-IN1 SPUD WRENCH - MALLEABLE IRON - - 11.5".
(2.) WOLVERINE - - 9".
(3.) WOLVERINE LIMITED - - 9".
(4.) WW CO - D38 - - 8.75".
(5.) LEADER WITH A STAR LOGO - - 8.75".

PiCs Choice Lots 55 thru 57

Choice Box 058: Collection of Fourteen Oil Cans. Including one marked in Ford script and a Singer Sewing Machine Handy Oiler.

PiCs Choice Lot 58

Choice Box 059: Misc. Automobile Wrenches
(1.) SIMMONS / MADE.IN.U.S.A. 2 - - 10.75". After market Ford Model "T" spark plug and cylinder head bolt wrench. Good+.
(2.) MAWWELL-4 - - 9.5". Flat steel.
(3.) MAWWELL-2 - - 5.5". Flat steel.
(4.) Unmarked - - 9". E.M. F. or Studebaker type hubcap wrench. Pitted.
(5.) Marked only with a Vlchek logo - - 8.5" E.M. F. or Studebaker type hubcap wrench. Excellent.
(6.) RAMBLER / NO. 2 - -5.75". Good+.
(7.) HUMBER (orphan) - - 4.5". Small double open end with extra small side jaw. Good++.
(8.) A-1311 - E-M-F CO DETROIT (Everitt-Metzger-Flanders) - - 6.75". Good++.
(9.) Unmarked - - 10". Packard hubcap wrench.
(10.) 9-IN-AUTO - - 9". Adjustable wrench.

Choice Box 060: Lot of Eight Ford Model "T" Sparkplug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches. Including several variations of both early and late types.

Choice Box 061: Ford Wrenches
(1.) FORD (script) USA - - 9.25"Ford Model "A" adjustable wrench with drain plug wrench on end. Good++.
(2.) FORD (script) - - 6.5" Ford pliers with screwdriver end. Good++.
(3.) FORD (script) - - 6.5" Ford pliers with screwdriver end. Good+.
(4.) No. 645 - REVERSE AND BRAKE PEDALS - MADE IN THE U.S.A. and two Mossberg logos. - - 6". Hex ratchet wrench. Good+.
(5.) FOR-A-FORD / HARDENED STEEL WRENCH - - 5.75". Flat steel after market wrench. pitting.
(6.) 4564-2 - WALDEN-WORCESTER / RATCHET GUARANTEED FOR USE ON FORD BRAKE AND REVERSE BANDS ONLY - - 9". Hex ratchet by hex box wrench. Good

PiCs Choice Lots 59 thru 61

Choice Box 062:Sparkplug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches. For Ford Autos and Tractors
(1.) FORD (script) U.S.A - M-52-17017
(2.) FORD (script) U.S.A - M-40-17017
(3.) M-40-17017
(4.) FORD (script) U.S.A - M-40-17017
(5.) FORD (script) U.S.A - 01A-17017B
(6.) FORD (script) U.S.A - 01A-17017B - 87
(7.) FORD (script) U.S.A - M-01A-17017
(8.) FORD (script) U.S.A - 01A-17017B - 91

Choice Box 063: Lot of Three Ford (script) T-1917 Double Box End Tool Kit Wrenches - - 5.25".

Choice Box 064: Lot of Five Ford (script) Double Box End Tool Kit Wrenches - - 5.25"

Choice Box 065: Lot of Five Ford (script) Double Box End Tool Kit Wrenches - - 4.25". For Ford Autos and Tractors. First two are marked with the Part No. 01A-17015

Choice Box 066:Lot of Five Ford (script) Double Box End Tool Kit Wrenches - - 5.5". Two are also marked U.S.A.

PiCs Choice Lots 62 thru 66

Choice Box 067: Ford Service Tools
(1.) FORD (script) - 5Z1832 - "M" in a circle logo - - 12.5".
(2.) 5Z210 - "H" in circle logo - - 13.5". Flywheel cap screw wrench.
(3.) T2333 - - 13".
(4.) 3Z647 - - 10.25". Offset open end wrench for connecting rod clamp bolts. Shaft end has been modified.

Choice Box 068: Ford Z-Service Tools and One Orphan
(1.) FORD (script) - 5Z157 - Mossberg's "M" in a diamond logo - - 8.25".
(2.) FORD (script) - 5Z1868 - Mossberg's "M" in a diamond logo - - 10.75". Tee handled socket wrench.
(3.) FORD (script) - 5Z3234 - Mossberg's "M" in a diamond logo - - 7.5". Hex box end ratchet wrench.
(4.) 325A6 (orphan) - - 7.75". Offset open end by hook spanner.

Choice Box 069 Lot of Seven Unmarked Cream Separator Wrenches - - 5.5" to 8.5".

PiCs Choice Lots 67 thru 69

Choice Box 070: Flat Steel Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "L" (De Laval) - - 6". R1-141)
(2.) Unmarked (American Separator Co. - Bainbridge, New York) - - 6.5". (R1-17)
(3.) 09385 (orphan) - - 6".
(4.) Unmarked (Vega - Sweden ) - - 7". (R1-470)
(5.) Unmarked (Sattley Mfg. Co. - Racine, Wisc.) - - 6.25". (R1-413)
(6.) Unmarked (Vega - Sweden ) - - 7". (R1-470)

Choice Box 071: Assorted Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) 1568 (orphan) - - 7:".
(2.) Unmarked (Melotte - - 7.25". (R1-325, R2-197))
(3.) 1568 (orphan) - - 6.25". Different than 1568 wrench in (1.) above.
(4.) 453 (orphan) - - 6".
(5.) 5150 (orphan) - - 7".
(6.) Unmarked (Diablo Cream Separator Co. - Sweden, sold in US by United Engine Co. - Kansas City, MO.) - - 5.25" (R1-145)
(7.) 17322 (Domo Cream Separators, made by A. B. Salenius Co. - Sweden) - - 6.75". (R1-147)

Choice Box 072: De Laval Cream Separator Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) DE LAVAL / 05232 - - 9". Aluminum. (similar to R1-141)
(2.) DE LAVAL / 5652 - - 12.25". Long hook spanner. (R2-77)
(3.) Unmarked (De Laval) - - 7.5". Open end, face spanner and screwdriver (R1-141)
(4.) DE LAVAL / 4126 - - 7.75". Open end, face spanner and screwdriver with two notches on edge. (R1-141)
(5.) THE DE LAVAL SEPARATOR CO. - - 4". Plated brass and glass oiler. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 70 thru 72

Choice Box 073: De Laval Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) 15893 (De Laval) - 8". Pressed steel. (R1-141)
(2.) THE De LAVAL SEPARATOR CO NEW YORK U.S.A. - - 7.25". No number variant. (R1-142)
(3.) THE De LAVAL SEPARATOR CO NEW YORK U.S.A. / 490 - - 7.25". With number variant. (R2-77)
(4.) 3531 (De Laval) - - 6.25" threaded hole on head. (variant not in Rathbone, see R1-142)
(5.) ,DEL. S. CO. NEW YORK USA / 1199 - 6". Poor casting on part number. (not in Rathbone)

Choice Box 074: Sharples Separator Company Wrenches
(1.) THE SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO - 3 / TUBULAR - 7.75" Face spanner by hook spanner. Excellent. (R1-422)
(2.) SHARPLES UNSCREW / UNSCREW - - 6". Good++. (R-422)
(3.) SHARPLES UNSCREW / UNSCREW - - 6". Some areas with pitting. (R-422)
(4.) SHARPLES - - 8". Clamp on handle?

Choice Box 075: Assorted Cream Separator Wrenches.
(1.) SATTLEY GOLDEN HARVEST - 7.25" (R1-413)
(2.) IOWA CREAM SEPARATOR (Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7". Double open end S-wrench. Excellent. (R1-259)
(3.) ECONOMY CHIEF - - 6". Double open end S-wrench. Good++. (R1-157)
(4.) ECONOMY KING (King Separator Co. - Buffalo, NY) - - 7.75" open with screwdriver end, face spanner. Edge notch variation. (R1-157)
(5.) ECONOMY KING (King Separator Co. - Chicago - - 7" open with screwdriver end, no edge notch and face spanner with two studs and center hole. (R1-157)

Choice Box 076: Assorted Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) 17325 (Viking Separator Co.) - - 7". Excellent.(not in Rathbone, see R1-473)
(2.) UNSCREW (orphan) - - 7". Heavy, thick face spanner ((no info found)
(3.) U. S. SEPARATOR - 694 (Vermont Farm Machinery Co. - Bellows Falls, Vermont) - - 5"side screw adjust pocket wrench. Rare marking variant. Good. (not in Rathbone, see R1-465)
(4.) U. S. SEPARATOR (Vermont Farm Machinery Co. - Bellows Falls, Vermont) - - 5"side screw adjust pocket wrench. Good with hang hole.(R1-465)

PiCs Choice Lots 73 thru 76

Choice Box 077:Lot of Two Antique Scales
(1.) J. CHATILLON & SONS - NEW YORK - NO. 2 - - 43.5". 100 and 400 pounds cotton scales,. complete with correct four and sixteen pound peas. Good++.
(2.) Steelyard Scales - - 23". complete with balancing weight. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lot 77

Choice Box 078: P & O CO (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC Wrenches. All Good+ or better.
(1.) P & O CO. / P & O CO. - - 11.5". Flat steel.
(2.) P & O CO. / P & O CO. - - 9.25"". Flat steel.
(3.) P & O CO. / P & O CO. - - 6.75". Flat steel.
(4.) 295 (P & O IHC) - - 8". Four open ends with straight shaft variation. Pitted.
(5.) 295 (P & O, later IHC) - - 9.25". Five open ends, offset on small end variation. Excellent.
(6.) P & O CO - 940X / CANTON ILL - - 5". Good++.
(7.) S5290 - CANTON P & 0 - CANTON ILL. U.S.A. - with a walking plow logo - - 10.5" drill box lid. Nicely painted.

Choice Box 079: P & O CO (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC Wrenches
(1.) P & O CO CANTON ILL / 4129 - - 10.25".
(2.) P & O CO CANTON ILL / 3613 - - 12".
(3.) P & O CO - 4130 / CANTON ILL - - 9".
(4.) P & O CO 4135 / CANTON ILL. - - 10.25".
(5.) 4359 (P & O, later IHC) - - 12.75"

PiCs Choice Lots 78 and 79

Choice Box 080: International Harvester H911 Deering Style Wrenches. 7".
(1.) H 911 - I - with IHC logo. (variant not listed in Gils' IHC List)
(2.) H 911 - with IHC logo. / ledger plate logo.
(3.) H911 - DEERING in a ledger plate logo.
(4.) HE911 with IHC logo.
(5.) HE911 with IHC logo.
(6.) HE911 - 2 -with IHC logo. (variant not listed in Gils' IHC List)

Choice Box 081: William Deering & Co (IHC) Deering Style Wrenches. 7" to 7.25".
(1.) DEERING (small leters) / Reverse is blank.
(2.) DEERING / DEERING. Large letters both sides variant.
(3.) DEERING / DEERING in a ledger plate logo.
(4.) DEERING (large letters) / reverse is blank
(5.) DEERING in a ledger plate logo / H911.

Choice Box 082: Assorted Deering Style Wrenches. 7.25" to 7.5".
(1.) NATIONAL
(2.) Unmarked.
(3.) HAYES (Galva, Illinois) / A116. Some pitting
(4.) Marked only "67".
(5.) ARNHOLT (Badger Arnholt?)
(6.) B M & S H CO / MOHAWK - 7364 (Blish, Mize, and Silliman Hardware Co. - Atchison KS). Pitting.

PiCs Choice Lots 80 and 82

Choice Box 083: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) 5E - 7E / (IHC logo) (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.75". all metal monkey wrench. Solid handle variation.
(2.) 1E - 2E - (no IHC logo) (IHC part 4E) - - 9.25" loop handle variation.
(3.) 1059B (IHC logo) / U - - 8.5" with six wrench openings.
(4.) 509 - X (Osborne, later IHC, later E&B) - - 7.75"
(5.) 509 (Osborne, later IHC, later E&B) - - 7.75"
(6.) 509 (Osborne, later IHC, later E&B) - - 8.25". Open end by square box end variant.
(7.) K439 / ("A" in a circle logo) (Osborne then IHC then E-B and finally J. I. Case) - - 7" pitman wrench.

Choice Box 084: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) 12335D (IHC logo) - - IHC
(2.) I. H. CO - 12335D / IHC logo - F - - 8"
(3.) 21264D (IHC logo) - - - 7.25".
(4.) 1595E (IHC logo) - - 6.25". With straight ends.
(5.) 1595E (IHC logo) - - 5.75". With angled ends.
(6.) 1595E (IHC logo) -7/16 - 3/8 - - 5.75". With angled ends.
(7.) 3525G (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Error for G3525.
(8.) 383 (in a ledger plate logo) - 11/15 - 5/8 (no IHC logo) - - 9"
(9.) 379 in a ledger plate logo) - 9/16 - 7/16 - (no IHC logo) - - 7"

Choice Box 085: International Harvester Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) 10465CX (IHC logo) - - 9".
(2.) 1244C (IHC logo) - - 7.25". Some jaws damage.
(3.) 10466CX (IHC logo) 9".
(4.) 1244C (IHC logo) - - 7.25".
(5.) 950C (IHC logo) - - 6.25" cream separator wrench, no keyhole variation. One of the spanner pegs is missing.
(6.) 10014C (IHC logo) - - 7.25". Some pitting.
(7.) 10593CX - - 8.5"

PiCs Choice Lots 83 thru 85

Choice Box 086: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) PO13596 (IH in a square logo) - - 23"
(2.) 363021R1 - IH - 1-5/16 - 1-1/8 - - 18"
(3.) P459 / OSBORNE (later IHC) - - 14.5". Painted.
(4.) P1189 (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 14" Pitting.
(5.) 8824 (P & O, later IHC) 14"
(6.) P1061A (IHC) - 12.5"
(7.) 26494D (IHC logo) - 8" flat steel McCormick-Deering Farmall Tractor sparkplug wrench

Choice Box 087: Four IHC 12737D (No. 1 is also marked with an "F") and Three 12737DA Variations

Choice Box 088: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) 9532DA (IH logo) - - 15".
(2.) 925T IHC logo) - - 9"
(3.) 3613T (IHC logo) - - 6.75".
(4.) 376 (IHC logo) - 3/8 - 7/16 - - 5.75"
(5.) 97LA (IHC logo) - - 4.5"
(6.) 373941R1 - IH - 1-1/8 - - 8.75"
(7.) 373942R1 - IH - 1-1/8 - - 8.75"

PiCs Choice Lots 86 thru 88

Choice Box 089: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) J480 (Plano later IHC) - - 6.5" mower pitman wrench. Excellent.
(2.) 1E / (two IHC logos) (IHC part 4E) - - 9.25" solid handle variation.
(3.) Osborne (later IHC) / P167 - - 9.5" x 11.5". Tee socket wrench. Painted, some dings.
(4.) 131L (IHC logo) - - 7.5" x 13.75. Tee socket wrench. Good++.
(5.) 271N / (IHC logo) - - 6" x 6.5". Tee socket wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 090: International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) 2155 (No logos) (Champion than, IHC, B. F. Avery) - - 10".
(2.) 2156 (No logos) (Champion than, IHC, B. F. Avery) - - 7.75".
(3.) 490B (IHC logo) - - 7.75" with five wrench openings and hammer head. Pitting.
(4.) P28-1/2 (IHC logo) (IHC, earlier Plano) - - 6.5". Embossed numbers and logo
(5.) P28 with IHC logo (IHC, earlier Plano) - - 6.5". Embossed numbers. Error wrench?, same size as P28-1/2. Severe pitting.
(6.) 256 with IHC logo / H (IHC, earlier Hoosier Drill Co., and American Seeding Machine Co.) - - 8". Debossed markings. Bent.

Choice Box 091: Odd balls and Orphans
(1.) Unmarked with two turnip shaped cutouts on shaft - - .7.5". Looks very similar to Madison Plow / Fuller & Johnson A144 wrench seen in parts book. Good++.
(2.) 852 (orphan) - - 7.5". fancy little wrench with a hammer head. Good+.
(3.) Marked only with an "A" (orphan) - - 8.25". open end by square socket. Good+.
(4.) Marked only "84" (orphan) - - 8.25". S-shaped "Farmers Style" wrench. Good+.
(5.) 369 (orphan) - - 6.75". Unusual wrench with gear like teeth on one end and an open end with a peg on the other. Good++.
(6.) 276 (orphan) - - 8.75". Flat steel. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 89 thru 91

Choice Box 092: Wood Handled Nut Wrenches
(1.) (Can't read markings because of hammer dings) / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 21" with knife type wood handle. Several dings, handle crack. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)
(2.) BEMIS & CALL - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - MADE IN U.S.A / B & C Trademark logo - - 18" wooden handle nut wrench with five ring adjusting sleeve. Good+ with min or handle cracks.
(3.) WHITMAN & BARNES - CHICAGO U.S.A. / W & B CO. (in a diamond logo) - MADE IN USA - WARRANTED - - 18" wooden knife handled monkey wrench. Good+ with a crack on one handle slab.
(4.) W & B CO. (in a diamond logo) - - 15" wooden knife handle monkey wrench. Good+.
(5.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 15" with knife type wood handle. Good++ with former owner initials (WS) stamped in handle slab. (variation not in Pages book, see HP58 for all metal wrench with same markings)

Choice Box 093: Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 10" See HP45 for markings. Good+ with weak markings.
(2.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 8". Marked like all metal HP58. Good+.
(3.) BEMIS & CALL H. & T. CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. - - 12" wooden handle nut with four ring adjusting sleeve. Good+ with some minor nicks.
(4.) PEXTO (in an oval logo) MADE IN U.S.A. - - 8" monkey wrench with knife type handles. Good++.with stamped former owner's initials (H. J. G.)
(5.) TOWER & LYON (rest of the markings not readable) - - 12" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with ribbed groove adjusting nut. Good+. (like S566)
(6.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 10". Marked like all steel HP58. Good+.

PiCs Choice Lots 92 thru 93

Choice Box 094: All Metal Screw Adjust Nut Wrenches
(1.) GIRARD (in a diamond logo) / C.I.& L. R (Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Rwy) - - 18" all metal monkey wrench with patterned handle. Good.
(2.) BEMIS & CALL - 12 IN - NO. 70 / . BILLINGS - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 12" nut wrench with threaded shaft and hex adjusting sleeve. Excellent, like new
(3.) TRIMO - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS U.S.A. / SIZE 12" PAT'D 12-19-1911 - - 12" size all metal nut wrench Good++. Good+ with some dings on one side.
(4.) TRIMO -TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS U.S.A. - PAT. APPLIED FOR 12' - - 12" size all metal nut wrench with the U-shaped nut guards. Different style than usually seen with an oval cutout on each side of the frame so the markings on the side of the upper jaws can be read. Good+ with a few hammer dings.
(5.) TRIMO - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY, MASS U.S.A. / SIZE 1o" PAT'D 12 19 1911 - - 10" size all metal nut wrench Good++. Good++, adjusting nut guard is missing.
(6.) Coes all metal monkey wrench - - 8". Marked like HP58. Good+.

Choice Box 095: Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 8" See HP45 for markings. Good+ with forrmer owner's name stamp (S. HUBER).
(2.) THE LAMSON & SESSIONS CO. - CLEVELAND, O - - 10" wooden handled monkey wrench with unusual coarse ribbed adjusting knob. Good.
(3.) P. S. & W. IDEAL - PAT. 1-24-05 - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench with knife handle and hex adjusting screw supporting ferrule and a screw to hold the handle slabs instead of a rivet. Good+.  PAT.
(4.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 15" See HP45 for markings. Good+ as found, not cleaned.
(5.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 15" See HP43 for markings. Good as found, not cleaned, painted handle.
(6.) Coes knife handled monkey wrench - - 12". Marked like all metal HP58. Good+. Good with weak markings, dings and dents. not pictured

PiCs Choice Lots 94 thru 95

Choice Box 096: Misc. Wenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL - - 15" wood handled combination nut and pipe wrench with long hex adjusting sleeve. Good+ with handle cracks.
(2.) B & C (Bemis & Call / 10 IN - - 10" curved handled Crescent type, open handle variant. Slight bend, otherwise Good+.
(3.) FORGED TOOL STEEL - - 11.25" combination nut and pipe auto type wrench with tire tool end. Good++.
(4.) C. E. B. MFG. CO. (C. E. Bonner Mfg. - Chrisman, Illinois) - - 8" gas pliers with a screwdriver end. Good++.
(5.) OHIO (in an oval logo) / A - - 7" forged open end by odd round hole (that may of held a ratcheting mechanism?).
(6.) FRIGIDAIRE #169449 - - 6" square box by ratcheting square box refrigeration wrench. Good++.
(7.) Unmarked - - 6" light weight Crescent style adjustable wrench. Pitting.
(8.) BR. CO. CHI. / PAT APLD FOR (Beckley-Ralston Co., Chicago, IL) - - 4.5" ratcheting hex box end wrench. Excellent.
(9.) ATLAS - 104 - - 10" forged double open end S-wrench.

Choice Box 097: Misc. Wenches
(1.) UNIVERSAL - CHICAGO U.S.A - 484 - - 12" heavy hex box end. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) M B. SKINNER CO SOUTH BEND IND. USA / SEAL WRENCH FOR CLAMPS - 7/16" BOLT - 1/2" BOLT etc. - - 7.25". Cast. double square box end wrench. Good++.
(3.) THE PYLE NATIONAL CO. - 13-A - - 5.25" by 8.5" tee socket wrench. Good++.
(4.) THOMAS A. EDISON INC. - BILLINGS - 971D - 1-1/8 - - 8.5" by 8.5" tee handled hex socket. Excellent. I have seen a smaller Edison tee wrench before but not one this big. (no info found)
(5.) 16058 - T (orphan) - - 9" odd ball four peg face spanner wrench? (no info found)
(6.) Unmarked - - 4.75". Neat little cast wing nut wrench. Excellent.
(7.) B301107 (orphan) - - 11" heavy duty open end with odd ball type end with a small hex box end. Could double as a night stick. Excellent.
(8.) POSITIVE - PAT'D-6-21-04 - K - - 6". A 'What's It" (part of a latch?)

PiCs Choice Lots 96 thru 97

Choice Box 098: Buggy Wrenches
(1.) 2819C - 1 / D - - 9.5". Excellent.
(2.) 7325B / (Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 8". Good.
(3.) 7310C / ("M" in a circle logo) - - 9.25". Twisted.
(4.) 2819B - 7/8 / D - - 9". Good++.
(5.) DAYTON - - 6.25". Excellent.
(6.) F103 (orphan) - - 6.25". Good++.

Choice Box 099: Buggy and Wagon Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 9.25" wagon-pin wrench. Good++.
(2.) DAYTON / 2812 and "D" in circle foundry mark - - 7.5" buggy wrench with four wrench openings. Excellent.
(3.) DAYTON / 1 - 2813B - PATENTED and "D" in circle foundry mark - - 7.25" buggy wrench with five wrench openings. Excellent.
(4.) 7307B (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 7.5" Dayton type buggy wrench. Good with minor dins, one jaw sprung.
(5.) 4025B Dayton - - 8.5" double hex box ends. Bent.
(6.) 4025A Dayton - - 8.5" double hex box ends. Spark plug wrench? Excellent. Bent.

Choice Box 100: Misc. Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) CHAMPION BRASS - LOS ANGELES CALIF. - - 6". Brass. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5.5" unidentified bottle wrench.
(3.) G5-1 - - 6" unidentified bottle wrench.
(4.) M215EE - - 6.75" oddball combination wrench with six sizes, came with Craftsman welders. Excellent.
(5.) Unmarked - - 9" odd ball stove tool with ash box shifter handle, lid lifter, etc. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 98 thru 100

Choice Box 101: Assortment of Tee Wrenches
(1.) 31 (Hart-Carter Threshing Machine Grain Weighers. Also listed in John Deere and Nichols & Shepard-Oliver threshing machine parts books) - - 8". Marked on right side variation. Good++. (D5)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7" by 8.5" tee handled square socket. Good+.
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 16.75" by 9.75" large odd ball open end by square socket by square socket. Pitting.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 5.5" by 9" odd ball with three open ends and two square sockets. Good++.
(5.) 106S (Papec, Shortsville, NY) - - 6.5" by 13.25" tee socket wrench. Some pitting. (R1-368)
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.5" by 10.75" offset tee socket wrench. Light pitting.
(7.) E BEMENT AND SONS LANSING MICH. / J181-1/2 - - 8.25" by 12.5". Good+, painted black. (R1-49)
(8.) 106T (Papec?, Shortsville, NY) - - 6.75" by 11.5" tee socket wrench. The similar 106S tee wrench (see No. 5 above) has been identified as a Papec wrench. Excellent. (not in Rathbone)
(9.) 3558 (orphan) - - 8" by 11" open end by open end by square socket tee wrench. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lot 101

Choice Box 102: Planet Jr. and Planet Jr. Type Wrenches. All have small hammer heads.
(1.) 3 -PLANET JR. / PLANET JR. - - 6.5". Excellent.
(2.) PLANET JR. / 3 - MADE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - - 6.5". Over cleaned.
(3.) Marked only "3" (orphan) - - 6".Good++.
(4.) IRON KING / 213 - with a "C" logo - - 6". Good++.
(5.) 10 (orphan) - - 6.25". Good+.
(6.) 36 (American Seeding Machine Co.) - - 6". Good+. (R1-16)
(7.) PLANET JR. / U.S.A. ("Y" in a triangle logo) - - 6.25". Good++.

Choice Box 103: Assortment of Garden Cultivator Type Wrenches
(1.) STANDARD and a "H" in an oval logo (Standard Garden Tool Co. - Montrose, Iowa) - - 6.25". with hammer head. Good+. (R1-435)
(2.) M58 (orphan) - - 5.75". Excellent.
(3.) N9 / (Link belt's dogbone logo) (orphan) - - 5.75". Good+.
(4.) 4 / T - - 6.5". Partial saw cut on edge.
(5.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6.5". Good++.
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6.5". Good+.
(7.) STANDARD - (Standard Garden Tool Co. - Montrose, Iowa) - - 6.25". with hammer head. Good++. (R1-435)

Choice Box 104: Misc. Small Wrenches - Including a couple unusual orphans.
(1.) Shares / N167 (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 5.5". Over cleaned. (R1-265)
(2.) 91 (or 16) (orphan) - - 6.75". Large open end by hex box end. Some pitting.
(3.) 246 (orphan) - - 6". Large open end by small open end. Excellent.
(4.) GM18 (for hand grist mill) - - 4.5". Good+. (R1-192)
(5.) DAIN / Z-78 - U (Deere) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Excellent. (D-563, R1-121)
(6.) 884 (Frost & Wood - Smith Falls, Ontario) - - 5". Pitman wrench. Small markings variation. Good+.
(7.) 131 (orphan) - - 6". Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 102 thru 104

Choice Box 105: Ford, English Ford and Fordson Wrenches
(1.) ENFO (script, English Ford) / N-17029 - 30 with a VBW - Staffordshire Knot logo - - 10" hubcap wrench with open hex end. Good++. (R1-180)
(2.) FORDSON - F-2197 - 3 - - 10.75" hubcap wrench, diamond shaped handle variation. Good++.
(3.) FORDSON / F-2372 - 1 F with a "m" in a circle logo - - 11" double hex socket. Good++.
(4.) FORD (in script) U.S.A. (with a "M" logo) - - 8.25". For Ford Tractors, shorter than one issued with Ford automobiles. Excellent.
(5.) FORD (in script) U.S.A. (with a "M" logo) - - 8.25". For Ford Tractors, shorter than one issued with Ford automobiles. Good++.
(6.) FORDSON - 5 (with a "M" in a circle logo) - - 6" double open end wrench. Excellent.
(7.) FORDSON - 1 (with a "M" in a circle logo) - - 6" double open end wrench. Some pitting.
(8.) FORDSON (with a "M" in a circle logo) - - 6" double open end wrench. Good+.
(9.) FORDSON - 2 (with a "M" in a circle logo) - - 6" double open end wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 106: Farm Wrenches
(1.) B. F. AVERY & SONS - LOU. KY / E1014 - - 18". Pitted. (R1-27)
(2.) B144 (orphan) - - 16". Over cleaned. (not listed, no info found)
(3.) P79 (orphan) - - 14". Neat wrench but severely pitted. (not listed, no info found)
(4.) DH (Frost & Wood) - - 11.5". Large square variant. Good+. (variant not in Rathbone, see R1-188)
(5.) DH (Frost & Wood) - - 11.5". Large hex variant. Good+. (R1-188)
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 11.25" single hex box end. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

PiCs Choice Lots 105 and 106

Choice Box 107: Two Bench Mount Hand Cranked Drill Presses.
(1.) Unmarked - - 22".
(2.) GOODELL PRATT COMPANY - TOOL SMITHS - GREENFIELD, MASS USA (on a brass tag) - - 17". Wooden crank handle is missing.

PiCs Choice Lot 107

Choice Box 108: Farm Wrenches
(1.) NO 10 DISC (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 10". Two open end variation. Pitting. (R1-205)
(2.) NO 10G DISC (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 10". Three open end variation. Pitting. (R1-205)
(3.) B (Janesville Machine Co., Replaced by Samson Tractor No. 760367) - - 9". Some light pitting. (R2-256)
(4.) D (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 7". Good++. (parts list picture only shown R1-265)
(5.) E (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 6.5". Replaced by Samson Tractor No. 750630. Excellent. (R2-256)
(6.) Unmarked (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 7.25" Thick wrench with a hammer head. Some pitting. (not in Rathbone identified from parts list)

Choice Box 109: Farm Wrenches
(1.) GALE - 22 - - 11.75". Pitting.
(2.) D242 (Kingman Plow co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 12". Good++.
(3.) N81 (Kingman Plow Co. - Peoria, ILL.) - - 10.5". Over cleaned,
(4.) 88 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 6.25". Good+.
(5.) DH (Frost & Wood) - - 11.5". Large hex variant. Good+.
(6.) A504 (Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co. - West Bend, Wisc.) - - 10". Excellent.

Choice Box 110: Farm Wrenches
(1.) 256 (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana Later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 8". Embossed numbers. Good++
(2.) 256 (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana Later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 8". Debossed numbers. Good++
(3.) SB (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 8" Over cleaned.
(4.) 4S (Sandwich Mfg Co.) - - 7.5". Pitted.
(5.) P. P. Co. / 100 and a "CH" (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - - 7.75". Pitted.
(6.) 1036A with a "M" in a shield logo (Philadelphia Lawn Mower Co.) - - 6.25". Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 108 thru 110

Choice Box 111: Farm Wrenches
(1.) 296S (orphan) - - 12.5". Some pitting, slight bend.
(2.) P2842 (orphan) - - 10.75" with hammer head. Looks like Chattanooga D137 wrench. Pitting.
(3.) 28 (orphan) - - 9.5" Pitted.
(4.) 40 (orphan) - - 6". Excellent.
(5.) 39 (orphan) - - 8.5" with hammer head. Pitted.
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.25". Pitted.

Choice Box 112: Farm Wrenches
(1.) ORAM / 2 (orphan) - - 8". Good+. (not in Rathbone, no info found)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9". Pitting.
(3.) Marked only "C" (orphan) - - 7". Pitting.
(4.) HH (orphan) - - 9.75". Good++ with a slight twist.
(5.) H / H (Badger Cultivator?) - - 10.5" with a hammer head. Bent.
(6.) C338 (Superior Drill Co - Springfield, Ohio, later Am. Seeding Mach. Co.) - - 9" with hammer head. Pitted.

Choice Box 113: Farm Wrenches
(1.) B.F. AVERY AND SONS / LOUISVILLE KY USA - G177 - - 10.75". Slight bend, tiny crack
(2.) KINGMAN PLOW CO / N0 - - 9". Pitted, hammer edge ding.
(3.) 44 (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio) - - 8.25". Severe pitting.
(4.) BW (Frost & Wood) - - 8.5". Pitted, painted.
(5.) KINGMAN PLOW CO / N80 - - 9". Good++.
(6.) Avery / G4 (Avery Co Peoria, ILL).- - 7.75". Pitting under new black paint.

PiCs Choice Lots 111 thru 113

Choice Box 114: Farm Wrenches
(1.) 591 with a star logo (Papec) - - 12.5". Good+. (R1-368)
(2.) 333F (Garden City Feeder Co. - Pella, Iowa) - - 12.25" hook spanner. Excellent. (R2-110)
(3.) 12 (Gale Mfg. Co.) - - 9.5". Pitted.
(4.) J M CO with a keystone logo / 218 (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9.5". Good++, painted black.
(5.) J M CO (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9.25". Some edge dings.
(6.) LAX PLOW CO - - 9.5". Markings embossed variation. Edge mushrooming. (R1-289)

Choice Box 115: Farm Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "T" (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 11" with hammer head. Good+.
(2.) 1072 (Sattley Mfg Co) - - 10.5" with a hammer head. Square rather than round opening on big end. Some pitting, painted. (R2-257)
(3.) W1795 / E-B logo (Emerson-Brantingham) - - 10.25". Painted.
(4.) A944 (markings too weak to read) (Superior Drill Co) - - 5.25" by 6.75" tee wrench with square socket by screwdriver by cotter key tool? Excellent. (R1-446)
(5.) C83 (Sattley Mfg Co) - - 7" by 8.5" tee wrench. Severe pitting, painted.
(6.) HARDER / X60 (Harder Mfg. co. - Cobleskill, NY) - - 9.25". Severe pitting, over cleaned. (R1-216)

PiCs Choice Lots 114 and 115

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