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CATALOG OF WRENCHES for the
2014 York Spring ANTIQUE WRENCH AUCTION

Wrenches from the collections of Lee Fisher, Earl Drehmel, Charles Burkey
and a few other Missouri Valley Wrench Club Members


Friday April 4, and Saturday April 5, 2014

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






This year's auction consists of wrenches and other antiques form several Missouri Valley Wrench Club members. The bulk of the farm wrenches were mailed in forty-one Priority Mail Flat Rate Boxes from West Virginia by Lee Fisher. His collection of farm wrenches is exceptionally strong in International Harvester tools with several that few show on the IHC Owner's List. Wrenches and tools of all kinds came from Earl Drehmel of Fall Creek. Wisconsin as he continues to disperse of his collection a process that started at the Fall 2013 Meeting and Auction. Robert Burkey of Iuka, Kansas added a few hundred more as he continues to disperse his collection. Choice individual wrenches were obtained from Richard Lawton, Don Ervin, and Herb Page.

Some of the "Top Drawer" wrenches in the auction include: A Coes Double Screw adjustable nut wrench and several other early Coes monkey wrenches, a Kibler patent Oct 30, 1900 adjustable wrench, a John Morris patented pipe wrench, a Columbian Wrench patented Sept. 13, 1892, Mechanics Tool Co., Rockford, Ill. patented Jan. 7, 1913, etc., etc. There is a nice selection of four inch Crescent types, bicycle and automobile wrenches.

A few of the rare farm wrench names are: Tom Cat, Brown-Dallas buggy wrench, M B M Mfg. Co. Red-E, Brinly Plows, a C338 marked P. P. Mast and many more. There is probably the best selection of silo type wrenches we have ever had to offer.

With over 2000 items there should be something for both advanced and beginning collectors of all kinds of antique wrenches.


Auction Manager:

Don 'Bus' Haury
7913 SW 24th - Halstead, KS, 67056
316-284-7345 or 316-283-5876
donhaury@southwind.net

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List of Wrenches
The Wrenching News 2014 Spring Antique Wrench Auction

April 4-5, 2014 - York, Nebraska

Adjustable Wrenches - First Group (lots 001 thru 101)

0001. CRESSEY (weak markings) - - 14" wooden handled screw adjust with coarse threaded shaft and spring loaded lower jaw. Patented by Isaiah Cressey of Gloucester, Mass. on Mar. 07, 1876. Rare early wrench Good+ with a tight handle crack. (S595, C111)  PAT.

0002. CRESSEY - PAT MAR, 1876 (weak markings) - - 24" all metal variant of the Cressey pipe wrench (see lot 0001 above). Patented by Isaiah Cressey of Gloucester, Mass. on Mar. 07, 1876. Extra large rare early wrench. Good+ with light pitting. (S595, C111)

0003. THE HAMMOND MFG. CO. BOSTON, MASS USA / PATENTED APRIL 3. 1900 - - 12.5" quick adjust rack type wrench with a lever that releases the upper jaw. Patent was issued to Edward Wright of Worcester, Mass. Excellent. (S676)  PAT.

0004. BONNEY VISE & TOOL WKS MAR 3, 1908 PHILA (weak markings, not all readable) - - 15.75".Wood handled threaded shaft type combination nut and pipe wrench with pipe cutter attachment. advertised as "The Masterpiece" . Patented March 3, 1903 by Charles S. Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. Scarce large size. Good with some pitting, no patina. (S567)  PAT.

0005. GOODELL PRATT COMPANY - TOOL SMITHS - GREENFIELD, MASS - USA - - 9.5" aluminum handled nut wrench with dual threaded shafts. Excellent except for a small flaw on handle. (S394)

0006. J. ASBURY PATENT - CHAMPION - - - J. ASBURY WARRANTED - 10" all metal nut wrench with an unique adjustment screw mounted on the side of the curved handle.

0007. BORNSTEIN'S IMP WRENCH PAT. AUG 26, 1890 (some weak markings) - - 10" wood handled nut wrench with patented double screw action for fast adjustment with a locking collar. Advertised as Bornstein's Improved Patent Vise Wrench by American Improved Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. and patented by Henry Bornstein of Boston. Good+. (S367)  PAT.

0008. Unmarked - - 8" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with wooden handle. Patentee and manufacture not known. Good with light pitting and surface dings, minor nicks and crack on handle (S552, on info)

0009. L. & A. G. COES - WORCESTER, MASS. / A. G. COES PAT'D AUG. 16, 1853 (weak markings on reverse side, not all readable) - - 12" Coes Double Screw Nut Wrench patented by Aury Coes. A very early desirable patented wrench with interesting adjustment mechanics that seldom comes up for sale. This is only the second I have had to list, one of the highlights of any antique wrench auction. Good with some dings, no patina. (HP7)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 1 thru 9

0010. VAN DUIJL HOLLAND NO. 2 - MADE BY THOMAS CHATWIN LTD BIRMINGHAM - - 12" odd screw adjustable nut wrench. Good+. (not listed, no info)

0011. LEVER WRENCH - THE LEVER CO NY - PAT APPL'D FOR - - 8" all steel automotive type wrench with a lever to apply final tightening. Patent not found. Good+ (S509)

0012. PAT NOV 27, 94 - FATKIN MFG CO NY - - 9.75" different screw adjust pipe wrench with pivoting lower jaw. Advertised as "The Defender". Good++ (S599)  PAT.

0013. Unmarked - - 12" wood handled center screw adjust wrench with dual jaws for pipe or nuts (see Lot No. 264 for single jaws version). This wrench was advertised as "Rouse's Yankee Combination Pipe, Bolt and Nut Wrench". Patented by J. Sanders 7-18-1882 and mfg by R. R. Rouse Mfg. Co. of Indianapolis, IN (earlier by Noblesville Foundry & Machine C0. of Noblesville, IN). Good with some minor dings and light pitting. (see S618, C270)  PAT.

0014. EVANS PAT'D ZIP GRIP - L.A. CALIF. - - 7.5" quick adjust pipe wrench with helical shaft and sliding collar. Patented by Edwin Evans of Venice, California. Excellent. (S537)  PAT.

0015. WINNER TOOL CO - PUYALLUP, WASH - 10" PIPE WRENCH PAT'D 1925 DROP FORGED CHROME VANADIUM - - 9.75" rack type quick adjust pipe wrench. Excellent uncleaned condition. (not in Schulz, patent not found)

0016. CLIPPER 14 / PATENT PENDING - - 15.5'" malleable self adjust with replaceable jaw inserts. Rare. Good with some light pitting. (S329)

0017. Unmarked - 6" unusual center screw adjust nut wrench. May be shop made? Excellent. (not listed, no info)

0018. F. ARMSTRONG - BRIDGEPORT, CONN. / THE ARMSTRONG RAPID No. 2. - PAT. DEC. 9, 79, MAR. 27, 83 - - 11.75" rack type quick adjust with a lever for applying additional tightening pressure. 1879 patent was issued to Dan Foster of Waltham, MA, the 1883 to Frank Armstrong, Bridgeport, CT. Excellent original condition except for a letter "H" punched over markings on one side. (S474, C42)  PAT.

0019. AMERICAN WRENCH & SPECIALTIES CO CHICAGO USA / No. 10 - - 10" quick adjust nut wrench with cylinder on handle that releases and tightens lower jaw. Good++ with most of the original nickel plating. (S473)

0020. 8 IN GEARENCH (sic) TRADEMARK - FORGED STEEL - PATENTED / GEARENCH MFG CO. - HOUSTON TEXAS - - 8.25" quick adjust patented by Joseph Peterson of College Station, Texas on 6-1-26. Good+ with some minor dings. (S671)  PAT.

0021. BROOKS PATENT / LOCK BOTTON NUT FEFORE USING - 7" adjustable nut wrench. Very unusual caliper like mechanism with two handle shafts connected by two adjustment screws. Excellent. (not listed, no info)

PiCs Lots 10 thru 21

0022. PAT JAN 11, 1876 - JAN 9, 1877 - - 12" all metal cast malleable monkey wrench patented by O. B. North of New Haven, Conn. Scarce covered handle variant in a larger size than normally seen. Patented by Oliver B. North of New Haven, Conn. Good++ with most of its original Japan finish. (S459)  PAT. and  PAT.

0023. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 12" Taft's Railroad & Mowing Machine Wrench . A 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 dings. (S418, C295)  PAT.
(2.) Unmarked - - 8" Robinson Patent June16, 1885 Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, CT. Good with some dings. nice replacement handle. (S413)  PAT.

0024. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 12" wood handled center screw adjust wrench similar to J. Sanders 7-18-1882 patent mfg. by R. R. Rouse. Good+ with tight crack, no patina. (see S618, C270)  PAT.
(2.) UNION HARDWARE CO. - TORRINGTON, CONN. USA (some markings unreadable - - 10" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with hex adjusting nut. Good with some dings, no patina. (S581)

0025. Unmarked - - 17.5" self adjust pipe wrench. Good+ with some light pitting, refinished. (not listed, no info)

0026. Unmarked - - 12.75" quick adjust two segment rack nut wrench with locking collar. Crudely made, zealously cleaned. (not listed, no info)

0027. WILLIAMS ABCN-12 USA - - 14" pointed end construction (or spud) alignment wrench with Crescent type head. Usually seen marked Klein, Williams brand is considerably rarer. Good+ with a couple edge dings. (not listed)

0028. Marked only "1869" - - 14.75" screw adjust pipe wrench with a tightening lever. 1869 date refers to J.C. Rowe's patent No. 86,322 but Lucius O. Veber's (of Schuuyler's Lake, NY) patent of Aug. 10, 1875 is a better match.. Good with minor dings, no patina. (S633, C315)  PAT.

0029. Unmarked - - 14 " turn handle to adjust wrench with serrated jaws. Similar to wrenches found marked "Ever Grip" which were patented. 9-7-1915 by William Estes of Ozark, Missouri. Good+. (see S626)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 22 thru 29

0030. GENUINE MCKIBB0N (etc.) / PAT. NOS 1872780 - 1730671 - 1709589 - - 18" extra heavy duty adjustable alligator wrench with an unique sliding jaw and adjusting nut action. Made by the McKibbon Universal Wrench Co Nashville, Tennessee. Joseph McKibbon of Columbia and Culleoka, Tennessee and later Los Angeles, CA. received three patents for his pipe and nut wrench in 1929 and 1932. The replaceable jaw insert is missing otherwise Good++. (S693)  PAT.

0031. THE ARMSTRONG NO. 5 - PAT'D MAY 6, 84 / BRIDGEPORT, CONN. - - 24.5" . Rare center screw adjust pipe wrench, largest one I have seen. Patented by Nathaniel W. Vandegrift of Bridgeport, Conn. Good with some grind marks on lower jaw, adjusting screw is stuck. (S584)  PAT.

0032. HOE CORPORATION POUGHKEEPSIE, NEW YORK, USA / PATENTS PENDING. 26" self adj. with spring loaded jaw. Excellent. Rare large size with replaceable lower jaw insert and a spring loaded latch that holds the jaws open that aren't found on the smaller sizes. Patented Aug. 21, 1928 by Robert Hoe of Poughkeepsie, NY. Excellent. (similar to S361)  PAT.

0033. THE WAKEFIELD WRENCH WORCESTER, MASS - NO. 5 / PAT. JUNE 30, 91 - OTHER PATS. PENDING - - 25" rack wrench that adjusts with a spring loaded top lever with serrated jaw inserts. Patented by John Wakefield of Worcester, Mass. Larges example I have seen. Lower replicable jaw insert missing otherwise Good+ with some minor dings. (S727)  PAT.

0034. Marked only with "2" and a small odd plant? logo - - 20.5" primitive looking pipe wrench that consists of a self adjusting type upper jaw and a one piece lower jaw and handle assembly that is turned to adjust. Good++. (unlisted, no info found)

0035. No. 3 - BULLARD WRENCH / PAT OCT. 27, '03 - - 17.25" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Mfg. by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, CA. on July 7,1903, Good++. (S659)  PAT. and Oct. 27, 1903.  PAT.

PiCs Lots 30 thru 35

0036. QUICKSET - F. W. MACKE & CO QUICKSET - KOKOMO, IND. - PAT. APRIL 22 - 1919 - - 10" all metal screw and quick adjust pipe wrench. Patented by Joseph Nielander of Kokomo, Indiana. Fair with severe pitting. (S616)  PAT.

0037.SARGENT BROSNIHAN - PATENT SEPT. 4, 1900 - - 12." Coes type wood handled pipe wrench with a distinctive serrated jaw inserts/ Made by Sargent & Co. of New Haven, Conn. and patented by Thomas Brosnihan of Livermore Falls, Maine. Good++, refinished. (S590)  PAT.

0038. Unmarked - - 10" example of "Hewet's Union Wrench". A wood handled nut wrench with a threaded hollow sleeve with a fluted grip patented by Henry Wheaton Hewet of New York, NY on Jan. 25, 1864 An early historically important wrench with a striking appearance. Good with some edge dings. refinished metal, unreadable markings. (S397)  PAT.

0039. Boston Wrench / Patent Dec 5, 1876 - - 10" center screw adjust nut and pipe wrench with open loop handle and serrated jaws. Patented by Daniel C. Stillson of Somerville, Mass/ (inventor of the Stillson pipe wrench). Good++, refinished. (see Cope pg 74)  PAT

0040. Unmarked - - 13" all metal unusual self adjusting nut wrench with a spring loaded pivoting head. First one I have seen. Patent was granted to Harry Scheffer of Aixla-Chapelle, Rhenish Prussia, Germany on Nov 20, 1903. Excellent with former owners id "LOW". (not listed)  PAT.

0041. EMPIRE - WM HJORTH & CO. JAMESTOWN, N.Y. - PAT. Aug. 11, 1903 (error correct patent date is Aug 7, 1903) - 14 / PAT DEC 29, 1896 - - 13" quick adjust pipe wrench patented in 1896 by James Pierce and 1903 by Karl Peterson (founder of the Crescent Tool Co.). Good++, refinished. (S669)  PAT. and  PAT.

0042. 14" MAGNUM TOOL CO - PAT PEND / MUESCO - HOUSTON, TEXAS - - 13" self adjust wrench with a pivoting, spring loaded upper jaw that can be set to four different notches on the handle. Patented by Carlos V. St. Claire, San Bernardino, CA. Also found marked Magnum Pipe Wrench vs. Muesco - Houston, Texas. Excellent. (S335)  PAT.

0043. WINDSOR MANUF'G CO - WINDSOR, VT - PATENTED JAN 24,1860 - - 12" wood handle center screw adjust nut wrench patented by J. E. Neil of New York, NY., A pre Civil War patented wrench. Good+ with some dings, refinished. (S427, C339)  PAT.

0044. Unmarked (Gates Bolt Wrench) - - 12" all metal nut wrench with an unique adjusting screw on top of upper jaw. Pat. by Alfonso D. Gates of Cleveland, OH and mfg. by the Lorain Wrench Co. of Lorain, Ohio. Good+ with some edge dings. (S391)    PAT.

0045. 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. straight lower jaw variant which was covered by the patent issued to Edward S. Boynton of New York, NY. Good++. (S28)  PAT.

0046. WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. / 12 INCH NO. 82 - BUFFALO NY USA - - 12" S-handled Crescent type wrench, solid handle variant. Excellent, refinished. (S301)

0047. KARU - SIRENA-ROMA 16-33 / D.R.P - 2D.R.G.M - - 11" unusual pliers type nut wrench with spring loaded lower jaw and adjusting lever. Good++, no patina. (not listed, no info)

0048. AMERICAN SAW CO - TRENTON, N. J. / PATENTED SEPT 6, 1892 - - 12" all metal heavy duty center screw adjust pipe wrench advertised as the Stevenson Wrench. Patented by George Stevenson of Chicago, ILL. Good++ with minor edge dings (C39)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 36 thru 48

0049. OTTO BUCH - GARANTIE - 1-1/2" (with railroad boxcar logo) - - 17" all metal plier type wrench with threaded shaft and knurled adjusting nut. Excellent. (not listed, no info found but look similar to Swedish Bahco wrench S781)

0050. ANY ANGLE WRENCH - PATENT NOV1916 - LIMA., O. USA / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 8.5" Crescent type with an adjustable angle head. Mfg. by Atco Wrench Co. and patented by Ramson Bovee 11-21-1916. Good+. (S311)  PAT.

0051. IMP. ANGLE WRENCH / BLOOMINGTON, ILL - PAT. PEND.- - 9" Crescent type with a button that allows the head to be set at various angles. Mfg. by the Imperial Tool Co. of Bloomington, Indiana and patented by Ransom Bovee of Chicago, Illinois on Nov. 21, 1916. Good+, release button spring is missing or broken. (S311)  PAT.

0052. BUFFUM TOOL CO (with two Swastika logos) / LOUISIANA, MO - - 8 IN - - 7.75" curved handled Crescent type wrench. Scarce brand Crescent in Good++ condition.

0053. WRIGHT WRENCH CO - MADE IN USA / - STEEL FORGING - PAT 3 - 0 4, 1 - 09 - - 10.5" all metal rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Patented Mar. 15, 1904 by Lewis Ash and Hiram Stewart of Hassel, Mont. and Jan. 26, 1909 by James Wright of Philadelphia, PA. Good++, missing lower jaws stop peg. (similar to S543, C342)  PAT. and  PAT.

0054. 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. Excellent. (S672)

0055. GRIPLOCK PLIER WRENCH - PAT'D 1-22-24 - OTHER PAT. PEND.- NORFOLK, NEBRASKA USA - - 8.25" long nose version with two curved jaw sections of the Griplock Plier Wrench. Patented Jan. 05, 1926 by William Tull and Roy Bristol both of Stanton, Nebraska (date on wrench is not the correct date). Good+. (S261T)  PAT.

0056. GRIPLOCK PLIER WRENCH - PAT'D 1-22-24 - OTHER PAT. PEND.- NORFOLK, NEBRASKA USA - - 7" short nose version of the Griplock Plier Wrench. See long nose version (Lot 55 above) for patent information. Good+ with some pitting. (S261T)  PAT.

0057. Marked only "C-29" - - 6.75" unusual center screw adjust nut wrench. Good+, adjusting screw is stuck. (not listed, no info)

0058. 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 some light pitting. (S156T)  PAT.

0059. KIBLER - PAT. OCT 30, 1900 - 9.5" nut or pipe wrench with an unique sliding handle that has notches that engage in one of three different pins on side of wrench. Patented by John P. Kibler of Eura, Virginia. Scarce wrench, only second one seen. Good++, uncleaned. (S685)  PAT.

0060. RHINO 14 IN - PAT. No. 143898 / RHINO TOOL & MFG. CO - - 13" self adjust pipe or nut wrench with a spring loaded pivoting upper jaw. Design patent No. 143898 was issued to Archibald Brintnall of Denver, Colorado on Feb 19, 1946. Note: Marking variation also found marked RHINO WRENCH CO. DENVER. Excellent with original finish. (S340)  PAT.

0061. TIGER GRIP MP'LS (MINNEAPOLIS) MINN. / DROP FORGED - PAT APLD - - 6" hinged end self adjusting alligator wrench. Excellent (S719)

0062. 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, pitted on reverse side, stamped former owner's initials (E.C.). (S526, C46)  PAT.

0063. BOSTON, MASS - PAT JULY 7, SEPT 22, 1903 - OCT 3. 1905 - -15.5". Advertised as "The Irland Automatic Pipe Wrench". Uses a spring-loaded lever underneath the handle to open the upper jaw, which closes automatically. Patents were issued to David Irland of Chicago. Good+ with some minor damage to jaw serrations, few minor dings, punched former owner's initials (WP). (S681)  PAT. and  PAT. and  PAT.

0064. "VICTOR" TRADEMARK / BONNER'S PAT. 1902 - 1903 - - 15" quick adjust pipe wrench made by the Bonner Mfg. Co. of Chrisman, IL. and patented by Clarence E. Bonner, Cherrypoint, IL. Good with some pitting. (S653)  PAT.

0065. THE VLCHECK TOOL CO - PAT APP'D FOR / NO. 2 - - 10.25" adjustable spanner wrench with a sliding upper jaw with spanner peg. Made by the Vlchek Tool Co. of Cleveland, Ohio. Pat 1-18-1916 by John Bartenstein. Good+. (not in Schulz, see Cope page 316)  PAT.

0066. SHEFFY MFG CO. - PAT. JAN 21, 1896 - CHICAGO / CHICAGO - 1 - - 9.5" self adjust nut and pipe wrench with articulating upper and lower jaws,. Patented by Jay Sheffy of Chicago. Good++. (S338)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 49 thru 66

0067. CLICK PLIERS - CLICK MFG CO FAIRBURY, NEBRASKA / PATS 2358858, 2,325,245., (etc.) - - 9" with a u-shaped clip to set the lower jaw to different positions. Pat. Jul. 27, 1943 and Sep. 26, 1944 by Joel Hahn of Beatrice, Neb. The spring wire that holds the u-shaped clip is missing and one end of the u-clip has been peened, otherwise Good+. (S260)  PAT.

0068. 8" CYGNET WRENCH / CYGNET MFG. CO. INC. - BUFFALO, NEW YORK - PATENTED - - 8" Crescent type with a pivoting head that allows the jaws to ratchet. Patented by Henry D. Rahling of Buffalo, NY on Oct. 2, 1923. Good++. (S468)  PAT.

0069. TIGER GRIP MP'LS (MINNEAPOLIS) MINN. / DROP FORGED - PAT APLD - - 8.25" hinged end self adjusting alligator wrench. Excellent (S719)

0070. LEVER WRENCH CO - DULUTH, MINN / HEIMBACK PATENT 1915 - - 8" quick adjust nut wrench with lever and rack teeth. Patented 6-8-1915 by Alton Heimbach of Duluth. Smaller size than normally seen. Good+ with light pitting. (S308  PAT.

0071. WAKEFIELD WIZARD - No. 120 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. - PATENTS PENDING IN USA AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES - - 8" double ended nut wrench with quick adjust sliding jaws. Good++. Patent was granted on 22-21-1922. to Joseph F. Oliver of Worcester, Mass. and assigned to Clarence E. Wakefield also of Worcester. Good++. (S1099, C317)  PAT.

0072. Unmarked - 6" pliers type wrench similar to Foot Print brand but with a screw adjustment. Excellent. (not listed)

0073. BREVET CAN - - 6.5". An odd quick adjust nut wrench with a simple but effective adjustment. The sliding lower jaw binds up and locks on the shaft when pressure is applied to a nut. Good+. (not listed, no info found)

Piano Tuner's Wrenches (Lots 74 thru 78)

Listed as Piano Tuning Hammers in old catalogs.

0074. Marked only "48" - - 11.5" wooden handled piano turners hammer wrench with eight point socket. Good++. (similar to S896)

0075. LYON & HEALY - CHICAGO - -10.75" wooden handled piano turners hammer wrench with eight point socket. Good++. (similar to S896)

007. HAAS - N. Y. - - 10.5" wooden handled piano turners hammer wrench with double telescoping heads (both have square four point sockets). Good++. (see S896 for single headed example)

0077. D. H. LANG & CO - CHICAGO - - 10.5" wooden handled piano turners hammer wrench with telescoping head and eight point socket. Good++ with tight handle crack. (similar to S896)

0078. SCHAFF - CHICAGO - - 11.5" wooden handled piano turners hammer wrench with eight point socket. Excellent. (similar to S896)

0079. ROBINSON / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 6" curved handled Crescent type. Good++. (S307)

0080. WRIGHT PAT'D JUNE 30, 96 - - 8.25" all metal screw adjust pipe wrench with two piece lower jaw Top jaw has replaceable serrated insert Patented and mfg. by Edward Wright (later by Peck, Stow & Wilcox). Fair with pitting. (S642)  PAT.

0081. WRIGHT WRENCH CO TRADEMARK (weakly marked) - WRIGHT WRENCH TACOMA, WASH. / PAT 3 - 04 STEEL FORGING - - 8" rack teeth type quick adjust nut wrench. Good++. (S543)  PAT.

0082. E. WRIGHT PAT OCT. 3, 93 - - 9" all metal screw adjust nut and pipe wrench with a lever for final tightening or releasing. Made by the Wright Wrench Co. of Worcester, Mass and patented by Edward Wright of Worcester. Good++. (similar to S643, C342)  PAT.

0083. Lot of two: STEPHENS WRENCH / PAT'D DEC 21, 09 pivoting head open end wrenches. Patented by Harry E. Stephens of Elgin, IL.  PAT.
(1.) 7.5". Good++ with drilled hang hole.
(2.) 9.5" with 5/8 marked on jaw. Good+.

PiCs Lots 67 thru 83

0084. L. COES & CO. - WORCESTER, MASS / (can't read markings on reverse side) - - 10" Coes wood handled monkey wrench with spilt split knurled adjusting knob. Taft's patents of 11-1-1863 and 2-23-1864 apply. Advertised by Coes as the Mower & Reaper Wrench (later Mechanic's Wrench). Good with some pitting.. (see HP31 thru 34)  PAT.  and  PAT.

0085. A. G. COES & CO - WORCESTER MASS (some markings not readable) - - 12" wood handled nut wrench with center nut and shaft threaded on edges only. Advertised as Taft's Railroad and Mowing Machine Wrench pat 5-31-1859 by George C. Taft. Good. (HP13, S418)

0086. Unmarked - - 10" center screw adjust wood handled nut wrench with an unusual lower jaw assembly that completely surrounds the threaded shaft. Rare wrench . The few that have been seen were not marked. Good+ with nice replaced handle. (not listed, no info found)

0087. A. G. COES - WORCESTER MASS. / A. G. COES - PAT"D MAR. 6, 1866 - - 10" with two piece locking ferrule. Good+, minor dings, tight handle crack. (HP12)  PAT.

0088. Unmarked - 10" early Coes (c. 1841 thru 1853) wood handled monkey wrench. An example of Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841 with plugged lower jaw Good+. (see HP 1 thru 3)  PAT.

0089. TRIMO 8" (on shaft) - TRIMO (on lower jaw) / TRIMONT MFG. CO - ROXBURY, MASS - - 8" size wood knife handled with the U-shaped type nut guard. Good+.

0090. BONNEY HERCULE ALLENTOWN, PA. USA (with Bonney Shield logo) / SOLID BAR - PAT. JAN. 14, 96 - MADE IN USA - - 15 " wood knife handle monkey wrench. Patent was issued to Robert Cosmos Ellrich of Southington, Conn. and assigned to Peck, Stow and Wilcox Co. of Southington, Conn. Good++.  PAT.

0091. A. G. COES & CO. WORCESTER, MASS / PAT. MAY 2, 71 & DEC 26, 71 (with steam engine governor logo) - - 15" jog bar wood handled monkey wrench.. Good++, tight handle crack, refinished. (HP21)  PAT. and  PAT.

0092. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 12" Coes wooden handled Jog bar type. Good+. (HP22)  PAT. and  PAT.

0093. THE LAMSON & SESSIONS CO. - CLEVELAND, O. USA / ENGINEERS - CASE HARDENED - - 10.5" wood handled monkey wrench with extended ferrule shoulder that holds the adjusting screw in place (Matthew Campfield's 5-9-1892 patent). Good+.  PAT.

0094. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, Conn. Good+, few dings. (S413)  PAT.

0095. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 8" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, Conn. Good+. (S413)  PAT.

0096. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / PAT'D MAR 6, 1866 - - 8" jog bar wood handled monkey wrench. First of the Coes models having the one piece ferrule secured by and internal nut. Good++. (HP18)  PAT.

0097. ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 8" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Patented by Squire Robinson of Southington, Conn. Good+ with hex nut on end of handle. (S413)  PAT.

0098. P. S. & W. CO. - WARRANTED / PATENTED JUNE 16, 85 - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with Squire Robinson's (Southington, Conn.) patented extended ferrule shoulder that holds the adjusting screw in place, Rare to see this feature on a Peck Stow & Wilcox wrench. Good with some surface dings.  PAT.

0099. L. COES PATENT / _ _ _ MASS. - - 10" Very early rare Coes wooden handled 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+ (see HP2)  PAT.

0100. A. G. COES & CO. - WORCESTER MASS / steam engine governor logo with 5-2-1871 and 12-28-1875 patent dates) - - 10" Coes wooden handled Jog bar type. Good++. (HP22)  PAT. and  PAT.

0101. Marked only with a "3" - - 8.25" wood handled monkey wrench. Probably an import, has right instead of left handed threads on the adjusting bolt. Good++. (not listed, no info)

PiCs Lots 84 thru 101

Threshing Machine Cylinder Tooth Wrenches (lots 102 thru 108)

0102. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 4 - - 17" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench with two square sockets (1" & 1-1/4"). Patented Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Good+. (S45, R1-455)  PAT.

0103. Unmarked (The Success Cylinder Wrench) - - 15" tee handled ratcheting cylinder tooth wrench a 1-1/4" square socket. The Success was mfg. by the Parsons Band & Self Feeder Co, (Newton, Iowa) and later by the Maytag Co. (Newton, Iowa). Has some pitting. (S44, R1-317 & 318)

0104. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 04 - - 17" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench with a 1-1/4" square socket. Patented Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Good+, handle is missing. (S45, R1-455)  PAT.

0105. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 04 - - 17" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench with 1-3/8" hex socket. Patented Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Good+. (S45, R1-455)  PAT.

0106. MFD BY J.P. JOHNSON STORDEN MINN. / PAT APL'D FOR - - 18.5" with 1" square sockets. Patented by John P. Johnson of Storden, Minn. and advertised as the Improved Boss cylinder tooth wrench. Good++. (not in Rathbone)  PAT.

0107. TIGER - PAT. MAR. 8, 04 - - 17" threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench with 1-1/4" square socket. Patented Mar. 08, 1904 by William R. Johnson of Freeport, Illinois. Good+. (S45, R1-455)  PAT.

0108. THE HANDY WRENCH / PAT MAR 30 1926 - 22" chain drive threshing machine cylinder tooth ratchet wrench fitted with a 1-1/8" square 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.

PiCs Lots 102 thru 108

Farm Related Wrenches - First Group (lots 109 thru 210)

0109. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO A260 (later IHC) - - 19". Good++. (R1-351)

0110. UX5 / 1/2 (Gehl Bros. and Western Land Roller) - - 15". This wrench is listed in both Gehl Brothers of West Bend, Wisc. and Western Land Roller Co. of Hastings, Nebraska parts books. Good++. (R2-112, R2-292)

0111. V388 (U. S. Wind Engine & Pump Co. - Batavia, Illinois - - 11". Good++ (R2-)

0112. MALSBARY 6180 (Holt Mfg. Co. - Stockton, Calif.) - - 13.5". Holt Mfg. made the Malsbary Gain Drill. Excellent. (R1-306)

0113. PEARL 5 (orphan) - - 6.5". Note: Rathbone shows a Pearl 3 but not a 5. Would be graded excellent with original finish except two jaw ends have been ground, (not listed see R374)

0114. STERLING M'F'G. CO. - D127 / STERLING ILL. - C - - 12" with large striking lettering. Good++, repainted. (R1-439)

0115. A. M. CO. / A1 (orphan) - - 9". Excellent. (R1-2)

0116. 767 (Monitor-Moline) - - 9". The scissor wrench. Good++, not cleaned. (R1-332)

0117. WY32 (Chas. G. Allen Co. - Barre, Mass.) - - 9" oddball. Marked on shaft variant, Tip of hook broken off, otherwise Good++. (R1-9)

0118. 125 (David Bradley Mfg. Co. - Bradley, Illinois - - 6.5". Excellent. (R2-72)

0119. E307 (Rosenthal Corn Husker Co. - West Allis, Wisc.) - - 16.5" long double square socket. Good+ with some pitting. (R1-402, R3-189)

0120. OHIO CHILLED / NEW IMPERIAL (B & G Plow Co. - Canton, Ohio) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-31)

0121. B & G Plow Co / Canton O (Bucher & Gibbs Plow Co.) - - 9.75". Good+, light pitting. (R1-31)

0122. B. F. AVERY & SONS / CHILLED PLOW - K209 (Louisville, KY) - - 9.5". Good++. (R1-27)

0123. MOLINE PLOW CO. / WP241 - - 10.5". Good++. (R1-333)

0124. WIARD. S (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11.25". One broken jaw ear. (R1-488)

0125. REEVES / 3378 (Reeves & Co. - Columbus, Indiana, later Emerson-Brantingham) - - 11.5" Reeves tractor wrench. Good+ with a casting flaw on one jaw. (R1-393)

0126. MORRISON 260 (Morrison Mfg. Co. - Fort Dodge, Iowa) - - 10". Light pitting. (R1-340)

PiCs Lots 109 thru 126

0127. MOLINE PLOW CO / B169 - - 14". Good+ with light pitting. (R1-332)

0128. Unmarked (South Bend Chilled Plow Co. - South Bend, Indiana) - - 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)

0129. GEISER MFG' CO. / WAYNESBORO PA. 597 - - 15.5" Steam Engine wrench. Good+. (R2-113)

0130. 880C (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench) - -16.5". Good++. (R1-81)

0131. 918 (Delaval Cream Separator) - 8". Jaw has been ground. (R1-141) (R2-77)

0132. K29 with a "P" in a circle logo (La Crosse Plow Co. - La Crosse, Wisconsin) / (ruler markings) - - 14.25" . Number only variant. Excellent with traces of original paint. (R1-289)

0133. 1340 (Nichols & Sheppard, Battle Creek, Mich.) - - 13.5" double open ended steam engine wrench (straight ends variant). Excellent. (R2-216)

0134. Unmarked valve port plug wrench - - 10.25". Shown in parts lists for Heider/Rock Island Gas Engine Tractors (part No. 2718). Yuba Ball-Thread Tractors (part No. B445) and Gray Tractors.. Would have been used on other tractors and trucks that used Waukesha engines. Good+ with light pitting. (R1-501, R2-249, R3-96)

0135. STARBUCK - - 13" odd malleable cast wrench with spanner and open end. Excellent with outstanding markings. (R437)

0136. 040272 (Allis Chalmers) - - 6" tee handled socket wrench. Some pitting. (ID from parts list, not in Rathbone)

0137. 286 (Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Fancy multi-opening wrench including one for wing nuts. Excellent. (R2-37)

0138. 286 (Blount Plow Works, Evansville, Ind.) - - 10". Fancy multi-opening wrench, no wing nut opening variant. Good+. (R2-37)

0139. SEEDER (Seeder Mfg. Co. - Homer, Mich.?) - - 8". Thick, heavy. Two jaw ears missing. Most of the few I have seen have broken jaws. (R1-420)

0140. DEMPSTER / 1 (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 7.5". Good+ with some pitting. (R143)

0141. DOWAGIAC (Dowagiac Mfg. Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 9" Good+ (R1-149)

0142. DOWAGIAC / F97A (Dowagiac Mfg. Co. - Dowagiac, Mich.) - - 5.5". Good++, green paint. (R1-149)

PiCs Lots 127 thru 142

0143. H272 (IHC, Aultman Miller Corn King Spreader, and Little Giant Fence Loom) - - 15". Round hole with key and square box with three rectangular and three square openings on shaft. variant. Good++. (R1-24)

0144. "L" in a triangle logo (Lynchburg Plow Co. - Lynchburg, Virginia) - - 9" double open end S-wrench. Some minor pitting. (R2-174)

0145. SBCP Co / 379 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co) - - 9.25" with hammer poll. Good++. (R429

0146. HOKE MFG CO (South Bend, Indiana) - - 8.5". Pitted. (R1-235)

0147. P17 (Stoddard) - - 8". Excellent. (R2-270)

0148. GALE 26 (Gale Mfg. Co. - Albion, Mich.) - - 10". Excellent. (R1-193)

0149. HODGMAN MFG. CO. / TAUNTON, MASS. USA - - 13.75" single ended wrench with large bold lettering. Good++ with red paint. (R1-234)

0150. 3050 for pitman (Adriance / Moline Plow Co.) - - 7.25". Excellent. (R1-332)

0151. MONARCH 226 (Lisle Mfg. Co. - Clarinda, Iowa) - - 4.5". Excellent. (R1-297)

0152. 123 (David Bradley) - - 6.75". Markings are vertical on the shaft. Excellent. (R2-73)

0153. AW-11 (Orphan) - - 16" oddball with more holes than wrench. Good++, not cleaned. (not listed)

0154. A165 (Minnesota Prison Industries) - - 5.5". Excellent. (R3-154)

0155. OK1294 - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 9". H-shaped with pitman flange. The "goal post wrench". Good+. (R1-82).

0156. H. STRATER & SON - - 5.25". Good++. (R1-443, no info)

0157. S699 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-357)

0158. Lot of two:
(1.) 44 (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio) - - 8.25". Good++. (R1-66)
(2.) Marked only with a "Z" in an oval logo (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio?) - - 8.25".

0159. 642 (Gale / Ohio Rake) - - 6.5". Good++. (R1-193, R1-359)

0160. Lot of two:
(1.) 832A (David Bradley) - - 13" with hook spanner on one end. Good+. (R1-126)
(2.) AMERICAN HARROW CO / DETROIT DISC - DD36 - - 15" with hook spanner on one end. Severe pitting. (R1-14)

PiCs Lots 143 thru 160

0161. Unmarked (orphan) - - 11" oddball, unusual design. Excellent, (not listed, no info found)

0162. LEHR (Lehr Co. - Fremont, Ohio) - - 9.5" with hammer head. Scarcer no part number variant. Good++. (R1-295)

0163. Unmarked (orphan) - - 12" thick and heavy impressive looking oddball. Excellent, not cleaned. (not listed, no info found)

0164. C126 (with an "X" logo) (D. S. Morgan & Co. - Brockport, NY) - - 8.75". Good++ (R3-158).

0165. Marked only "17" (orphan) - - 13.75" large thick orphan. Some pitting. (not listed, no info found)

0166. Lot of two:
(1.) TIGER 240 (Stoddard - Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8". Pitted. (R1-441)
(2.) COLLINS PLOW CO / 124 - - 7.5" with a hammer head. Good++. (R1-108)

0167. W. P. CO. 71 (Wiard Plow Co. Batavia, NY) - - 9.5". Rarer three open ends variation. Excellent. (R2-194)

0168. 1999 (Silver Mfg. Co. - Salem. Ohio) - - 13.5". Painted, some pitting. (R1-424)

0169. 8 (Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" combination wrench and claw hammer, hollow handle variant with square socket wrench in end. Good+ with some mushrooming on hammer head. (R1-332, R3-157)

0170. 8 (Moline Plow Co) - - 10.5" combination wrench and claw hammer, solid handle variant. Good++. (R3-157)

0171. Lot of two: All Aluminum Single Opened Wrenches for Dairy Equipment. Both unlisted.
(1.) DAMROW BROS 25H1 / FOND DU LAC WIS AE - - 11". Good++. (not in Rathbone)
(2.) WOODLAND FDY. INC / WOODLAND WIS - 1-1/2 - -11". Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

0172. H & D YORK PA (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7.25" with small hammer head. Excellent. (R1-228)

0173. CHALLENGE (Batavia, Illinois mfg. windmills, gas engines, etc.) - - 7". Good+ with some pitting. (R1-93)

0174. Lot of three: Unmarked orphans. One is shown on Rathbone's Oddball Page all Good++ or better. (see R1-504)

0175. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked Dempster C11 (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 10". Good+. (R1-143)
(2.) R11 (Gale) - - 9.25". Two open ends by octagon box end. Good+ with light pitting. (R2-109)

PiCs Lots 161 thru 175

0176. Lot of two:
(1.) W 102 (orphan) - -10" oddball. Good++. (not listed, )
(2.) 68 (Case Threshing Machine Co.) - - 9" early and rare Case wrench just recently identified from a listing in a Case Road Machinery Parts List. Used on road graders, drags and scarifiers. The 68 wrench was replaced by the 222J wrench and looks like the unidentified 1G75 wrench, Good+. (R3- 42)

0177. Lot of two:
(1.) 41 (orphan) - - 8.25". Good+. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) MF 128 STD - - 7" oddball little four opening wrench. Owner's tags states purchased Aug. 17, 1996 at Al Schulz's Auction. Good+. (R1-303 with no info)

0178. E13 (Moline Plow Co) - - 9". Excellent. (R3-157)

0179. Lot of three:
(1.) 541 (orphan) - - 7.5" with three open ends and extended square box. Painted black over pitting. (not listed, no info)
(2.) 40 (orphan) - - 6". Rathbone lists a Number 40 wrench for Brennan Kentucky Drills and Lindeman but no picture of either one. Good+.
(3.) I-1 (orphan) - - 7" oddball. Good++. (not listed, no info)

0180. Lot of two:
(1.) 1562 (George W. Brown? - Galesburg, Illinois) - - 11.5". Pitted. (listed in Rathbone's Supplement, not pictured)
(2.) 916 (Monitor Drill / Moline Plow Co.) - - 7". Pitted. (R1-332, R1-334)

0181. 8Z (or Z8) (orphan) - - 11". Good++. (R3-84)

0182. 886C (with "X" logo) - - 7.75" (Case T. M. Co. steam engine wrench). Good++. (R1-81)

0183. 70 TO 83 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 9.75". Good++. (R1-488)

0184. Lot of two:
(1.) A763 (Monitor Drill Co. - Minneapolis, Minn., later Moline Plow Co.) - - 7". Don't overlook this one. It's appears to be the same wrench as the Monitor A270 but marked A763. Good++ except for a jaw corner crack. (not pictured in Rathbone)
(2.) Famous Ohio - J276 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5". Light pitting. (R1-357)

0185. A28 (orphan) - - 10". Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0186. Z300 (Oliver) - - 9". Excellent. (R1-361)

0187. OLIVER / CP245 - - 9.25". Good++, black paint. (R1-361)

0188. F153 B (Oliver and IHC) - - 9". Note "B" marking variation. Good++. (R1-360)

0189. B.F. AVERY AND SONS / J97 - - 10". Good++. (R1-27)

0190. B.F. AVERY AND SONS CO - C63 / LOUISVILLE KY USA - - 10" with hammer head. Good++. (R1-27)

0191. B. F. AVERY & SONS - G176A / Louisville KY USA - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-27)

0192. LG114 (originally Emerson-Brantingham, Rockford, ILL. later Case T. M. Co.) - - 6.75". Good++. (R3-42 under Case T. M. Co.)

PiCs Lots 176 thru 192

0193. D304 (Eureka Mower Co. - Utica, New York) - - 9". Good++. (R1-169)

0194. M555 / MADE IN U.S.A. (Massey-Harris) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good++. (R1-312)

0195. < M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 11" auto type wrench. Note not marked "Made in Canada" variant. Good with drilled hang hole. (R1-312)

0196. 123C (Massey-Harris) - 8.5" all metal Vandegrift monkey wrench. Fair. (R1-312)

0197. 1090C (Johnston Harvester - Batavia, NY later Massey-Harris) - - 7" Rare pitman wrench. First one we have had to sell. Good+. (R2-151)

0198. <M-H> Z435 - -8" without hang hole and one indented dot on front and one raised dot on reverse variation. Good++. (R1-312)

0199. Lot of two:
(1.) VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND.- - 8" with pitting. (R1-475)
(2.) M518 (Emerson-Brantingham, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Good+. (R1-162)

0200. FRAZER & JONES CO. (same markings both sides) - - 5.25" A neat little wrench. According to trade directories Frazer & Jones manufactured bicycles, malleable iron castings including Iron hames, saddlery hardware, and harness rings. Excellent. (R1-182, R3-84 )

0201. BROBST BROS - - 5.25". First one I have seen. J. B. Brobst founded the Bloomsburg Carriage Co. at Bloomsburg, Penn. in 1849 and was joined by his brother in 1884. Excellent, (not in Rathbone)

0202. F2-0005 (Oliver and Nichols & Sheppard) - - 6" by 8.75" tee socket wrench. Good+. (R2-217)

0203. BASE WRENCH / EP49 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 6.75". Good+. (R1-360)

0204. Lot of five:
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 4" cast single open end wrench with rounded end on handle shaft. Excellent. (no info found)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 5" multi-opening cast wrench with pebble finish. Excellent. (no info found)
(3.) W21 (Mast, Foos & Co) - - 4.5" double open ended S-wrench for Mast, Foos Lawnmowers. Good+. (R3-142)
(4.) MEINECKE - MILWAUKEE - - 4.25". Raised markings variation. Baby Buggy wrench? Meinecke made buggies, carriages, sleighs, baby carriages, Etc. Good+. (R1-324)
(5.) Unmarked (Pickering) - - 4.75" cast single end wrench with loop handle for Pickering Steam and Gas Engine Governors. Excellent. (R3-175)

0205. Lot of two:
(1.) OK CHAMPION / 59 (Champion Potato Co., Hammond, Ind.) - - 8". Pitted. (R1-94)
(2.) HARDER / X60 (Harder Mfg. co. - Cobleskill, NY) - - 9.25". Severe pitting, (R1-216)

0206. FORDSON (with snail logo in extreme high relief) - - 10" S handled Crescent type. Handle has a slight twist. (S756, R1-180)

0207. HARRY FERGUSON INC - TO-17014 / (with ruler markings) - - 10.5". One of the harder to find wrenches with the ruler markings to measure the plow furrow depth. Good with light pitting. (R1-178)

0208. Lot of two: Fordson Tractor Tool Kit Tools
(1.) FORDSON (script) - - 9.5" all metal screwdriver. Markings are indented on shaft. Pitted. (R1-180)
(2.) FORDSON - - 6" double open end wrench. Good with some light pitting, not cleaned..

0209. 7B8975 (Caterpillar) with a "M" in a shield logo - - 11.75" square box with scraper blade. Good++. (R3-43)

0210. 6F3703 (Caterpillar) with horizontal "T" logo - - 8.5" double male hex drain plug wrench. Excellent. (R3-43))

PiCs Lots 193 thru 210

Four Inch Crescent Type Wrenches (Lots 211 thru 244)

0211. 4 DROP FORGED LAKESIDE / 4 MADE IN U.S.A. LAKESIDE - - 4" Crescent type. Lakeside was a Montgomery Ward brand.

0212. 4 IN. S-K WAYNE DEFIANCE OHIO - - 4" Crescent type. Black finish, spots of minor pitting.

0213. 4 IN. S-K WAYNE DEFIANCE OHIO - - 4" Crescent type. Plated finish

0214. 4 IN. LECTROLITE DEFIANCE OHIO / 4 IN. FORGED ALLOY IN USA - - 4" Crescent type. Lectrolite was consolidated with S & K in 1961.

0215. 4" TRUECRAFT 204 - - 4" Crescent type.

0216. Billings - Vitalloy 77-4 - - 4" Crescent type.

0217. 4 IN. BET'R-GRIP MADE IN U.S.A. / 4 IN. FORGED VANADIUM STEEL 5/16 IN. - - 4" Crescent type with 5/16" hex box wrench at end of handle shaft. Black finish.

0218. MFD BY McKAIG- HATCH INC. BUFFALO N.Y. - - 4" Crescent type.

0219. 100 mm T & E TOOLS 100 CHROME VANDIUM / 4 inch 10204 DROP FORGED (has mm marks on jaw) - - 4" Crescent type. Aluminum finish with a black adj. knurl. Excellent, like new.

0220. 5/16 X 4" - GERMANY - - 4" Crescent type.

0221. A-4 HUSKY - - 4" Crescent type.

0222. 4 in VLCHEK (script) CLEVELAND, U.S.A. / CLIK-STOP PATENTED FORGED ALLOY STEEL - - 4" Crescent type. This is the first Vlchek four incher I have seen. Patent No. 2,905,037 for the Clik-Stop wrenches was issued Sept. 22, 1959 to Carl W. Coslow of Los Angeles, Calif. and was assigned to Pendleton Tool Industries, Inc. of Los Angeles. Vlchek Tool was acquired by Pendleton Tool Industries parent company of Proto Tools, P & C, Penens Corp., etc. in 1958.  PAT.

0223. 4 DROP-FORGED G/S (in a hex shaped frame logo) / 4. Made IN U.S.A. G/S (in a hex shaped frame logo) - - 4" Crescent type. G/S is a Gambles Store trademark.

0224. 4 4204 - S FLEET U.S.A. - - 4" Crescent type. Fleet tools started as Penens Corp. was acquired by Plomb in the early 1940's. Excellent, like new.

0225. 4" Forged Blue-Point ALLOY STEEL MADE IN U.S.A. / SNAP-ON TOOLS CORP.- KENOSHA, WISCONSIN - - 4" Crescent type.

0226. TIGER - - 4" Crescent type. Tiger was a Gambles brand.

0227. 4in. "SUPERJUSTABLE" PATD - U.S.A. / J-H-WILLIAMS & CO - FORGED / ALLOY - - 4" Crescent type. First one I've seen with the "PATD" marking.

0228. T. A. TOOLS 56704 SPAIN - - 4" Crescent type with blue plastic handle covering.

0229. Marked only GERMANY - - 4" Crescent type with triangle, square, small hex, and larger hex cutouts on handle shaft.

0230. No. 77-4" ALLOY IREGA (in a shield logo) DROP FORGED - - 4" Crescent type.

0231. F204 4" TRUECRAFT TOOL - JAPAN - - 4" Crescent type.

0232. 44 XCELITE-ALLOY / ORCHARD Park NY - - 4" Crescent type. Like new.

0233. 4in. - P & C (in a shield logo) 1704 - FORGED ALLOY STEEL - - 4" Crescent type. P & C was Peterson and Carlborg Hand Forged Tool Company of Milwaukie, Oregon They were acquired by Plomb Tools in 1941,

0234. 4in. P & C (in a shield logo) FORGED ALLOY STEEL / 4in. - MADE I N U.S.A. - 4" Crescent type. Has some pitting.

0235. 91-4 UTICA TOOLS / FORGED ALLOY STEEL - USA - - 4" Crescent type.

0236. 90-4 U TI CA (in three diamond logo) TOOLS / FORGED ALLOY STEEL USA - - 4" Crescent type. Black finish

0237. 91-4 UTICA TOOLS U.S.A. / ALLOY - UTICA - STEEL - - 4" Crescent type.

0238. 4 IN. = CRAFTSMAN = / Y (in a circle logo) 4 IN. = FORGED IN USA = - - 4" Crescent type.

0239. 4 IN. CRAFTSMAN MADE IN U.S.A. / 4 IN. VANADIUM - 5/16 in - - 4" Crescent type with a 5/16" 12-point box on end of handle shaft, Made by J. P. Danielson for Sears.

0240. Lot of four: Diamond Tool & Horseshoe or Diamond Calk Horseshoe Company 4" Crescent type wrenches. All different marking variations. One has a 5/16" 12-point box end for a hang hole.

0241. Lot of four: 4" Crescent brand adjustable wrenches. Each has different markings including one very early type.

0242. Lot of three: Proto 4" Crescent type wrenches. Each with different markings including one CLIK-STOP.

0243. Lot of seven: 4" Crescent type wrenches, Mostly imports. Markings include HEAVY DUTY. W. GERMANY (with pebbled finish and hex box end) and CHINA.

0244. A collection of eight key chain Crescent type wrenches. All 3" or under. Markings include Made in Germany, Taiwan, Hong Kong.

PiCs Lots 211 thru 244

Bicycle and Pocket Wrenches (Lots 245 thru 263)

0245. LONG WRENCH CO. - PAT'D. APR. 17, 1906 / DROP FORGED - - 5" sliding wedge adjust nut wrench. Patent was issued to John R. Long of Akron, Ohio. Good+ with some minor pitting on reverse side. (S549B, C203)  PAT.

0246. L. COES & CO PAT'D MAR 23 1869 / WORCESTER MASS - - 4-5/8" "Baby Coes" monkey wrench. Patented by George C. Taft of Worcester, Mass. Good+ with some minor dings, a some weak markings. (HP35, like S852)  PAT.

0247. STILLSON WRENCH MADE BY MOORE DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. (not all markings are readable - - 4" miniature wood handled pipe wrench made by modifying a 6" wrench. Nicely none, Good++.

0248. Robert Bosch - STUTTGART (Bosch logo) - 3" center screw adjust with one side exposed. some pitting. (not listed)

0249. 135 - ROWE PRODUCTS - 642 / BELLFLOWER, CAL - - 4" motorcycle spoke or nipple wrench. Excellent.

0250. ROLLFAST PERFECT / MADE IN USA - - 3.75" bicycle spoke or nipple wrench. Good++. (not listed, similar to S110L)

0251. STEVENS NY / PERFECT - - 2.75" X 1.0625 bicycle spoke or nipple wrench. Good+, missing jaw spring. (S110L)

0252. Marked only PAT APPLD FOR - - 7" rack type quick adjust with alligator wrench type jaws. Good++. (not listed, no info)

0253. VULCAN - J. H. W. CO. NY USA with Williams' "W" in a diamond logo - - 6.75". Rare salesman sample chain pipe wrench from the J. H. Williams Co. At least one other wrench company distributed these miniature versions of their chain pipe wrenches some of which were over six foot long. One of the older salesman who called on my hardware store could remember these miniatures laying on the table of factory rep's booths at hardware trade shows. Excellent condition

0254. AETNA PAT. AUG. 16, 98 - - 5.5" screw adjust bicycle wrench. Patent was issued to Hubert C. Hart of Unionville, Conn. Produced by Upson and Hart of Unionville which later became the Upson Nut Co. Good+. (C311)  PAT.

0255. Unmarked - - 4.75" stamped flat steel internal screw adjust bicycle wrench. Good. (not listed)

0256. BARCALO-BUFFALO - MADE IN USA - - 5" side screw adjust bicycle wrench. Good+.

0257. QUEEN (in script) / PATENTED NOV 13, '00 - MAR 11, 'O2 - - 5" side adjust bike wrench. Open back variation. Patented by Frank Mossberg and probably made by Mossberg for ???. Good++.  PAT. and  PAT.

0258. MECANICARM - BREVETE S. G. D. G. (French for "Patented without any guarantee from the Government" - - 4.25" turn handle to adjust pocket wrench with twin jaws. Excellent.

0259. Unmarked - - 4.25" example of the LIGHTNING WRENCH mfg. by the Racine Wrench Co. or the L. S. Kellogg Mfg. Co., both of Racine, Wisc. This combination quick and screw adjust Patent was issued to Ebenezer Rider of Racine, Wisc. on Jun. 21, 1892. Rare wrench in the very desirable small size, Good+ with minor pitting, dings, brass quick adjust stop screw probably a replacement? (S503)  PAT.

0260. UTILITY WRENCH CO LD. NEW YORK - PAT'S AUG 13, 1878 - SEPT 4, 1883 (markings are not readable) - - 4.5" wooden handled quick adjust nut rack wrench with a spring loaded release lever and ultra fine rack teeth. High quality materials and workmanship. Patented by Henry W. Atwater of Newton, Mass. Desirable small size. Good with some minor pitting, some jaw edge damage, spots of light pitting., handle is Excellent. (S541)  PAT.

0261. STATIONERS INC. EAU CLAIRE - 2-6681 / MADE IN U.S.A.- - 3" advertising give away miniature screw adjust nut wrench with screwdriver on end of the handle shaft. Excellent.

0262. GOLD STANDARD SPANNER - MADE IN U.S.A. with a decorative design - - 5" combination screw and rack type quick adjust bicycle wrench similar to a wrench marked The Waterbury Wrench Co (see S112). First one we have had to sell and only second one I have seen. Good+ except that the edge of the lower jaw assembly is cracked. (not listed, no info found)

0263. Lot of three: Bicycle Type Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 3.75" center screw adjust.
(2.) - C - Mossberg WRENCH CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT. NOV 19 & DEC 31, '95 - - 5" center adjust with edge slot to guide lower jaw. Oil holes thru handle shaft variation. Patents were issued to Frank Mossberg. Good with light pitting, few dings. (S103B)  PAT. and  PAT.
(3.) Unmarked - - 4.5" center screw adjust with dual jaws and exposed shaft. Good.

PiCs Lots 245 thru 263

Adjustable Nut - Second Group (lots 264 thru 301)

0264. R. R. ROUSE MF"G CO. - PAT, JULY 18, 1882 - - 10" single jaw variant see Lot No. 113 for dual jaw version) center screw adjust nut and pipe wrench. Patented. by J. Sanders 7-18-1882 and mfg. by the R. R. Rouse Mfg. Co. of Indianapolis, Ind. Advertised as Rouse's Yankee Combination Pipe, Bolt and Nut Wrench. Good+, handle is probably an older replacement. (S618, C270)  PAT.

0265. I. CRESSEY - PAT MAR, 1876 - 14" wooden handled screw adjust with coarse threaded shaft and spring loaded lower jaw. Patented by Isaiah Cressey of Gloucester, Mass. Rare early wrench Excellent with minor handle dings. (S595, C111)

0266. PAT (only readable markings) - - 12" wooden handle center screw adjust nut wrench with staggered twin jaws. Looks like Canadian Patent No. 1,420 issued to Francis William Beckwith of Merrickville, ON Canada on April. 13, 1872 applies. Good+ with poor handle.  PAT.

0267. GEDORE No, 130 / D. B. PATENT A - MADE IN GERMANY - - 12" complicated screw adjust wrench with locking and release levers. Good+. (like S777)

0268. THE RIDER PATENT - PAT APPL'D FOR - LIGHTNING WRENCH / RACINE WRENCH Co. - RACINE, WISC. (weak markings, not all readable) - - 8.5" all metal combination screw and quick adjust wrench. Knurled adjusting nut is pulled out to release rack teeth and spring loaded lower jaw assembly. Patent was issued to Ebenezer Rider of Racine, Wisc. on Jun. 21, 1892. Rare wrench in Good condition with hammering damage on edges. (S503)  PAT.

0269. PAT SEPT 20, 1921 - HANDEHAND - MFD BY H & E WRENCH CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS.- - 10.25" helical screw quick adjust nut wrench. Patentees were Edwin J. Evans and George E. Hemphill both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Good+ with a few minor dings. (S496).  PAT.

0270. THE "VICTOR" TRADEMARK / BONNER'S PAT. 1902 - 1903 - - 19.5" quick adjust pipe wrench made by the Bonner Mfg. Co. of Chrisman, IL. and patented by Clarence E. Bonner, Cherrypoint, IL. Good++. (S653)  PAT.

0271. MCKERCHER 14 / PATD FEB 13 1900 - - 12" self adjust pipe wrench. Excellent. (S692)

0272. SHEFFY MFG CO. - PAT. JAN 21, 1896 - CHICAGO / SHEFFY - CHICAGO - - 17" self adjust nut and pipe wrench with articulating upper and lower jaws,. Patented by Jay Sheffy of Chicago. Good+ with some minor pitting and former owner's ID stamped on upper jaw and handle shaft (J. Mcurdy). (S338)  PAT.

0273. 8" OLIVER FORGED USA / PAT. PEND. MFD. BY L. HENGY - DETROIT, MICH - - 9" all metal pipe wrench with roller type lower jaw. Patent has not been found. Excellent. (S341)

0274. POLLOCK'S "AUTOMATIC" PATENT PENDING - WISCONSIN STAMPED STEEL CO, - MADISON, WISC - - 9.25" all metal rack type quick adjust nut and pipe wrench. Good++ missing the pipe jaw attachment. (S707, patent not found)

0275. M. SCHWENDNER READING PA. U.S.A. / PAT. SEPT. 3, 1907 - DROPPED FORGED - 10 IN. - - 10" rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Patent was issued to Max Schwendner of Reading, Penn. Good+ with tight jaw corner crack. (S544)  PAT.

0276. RUMRUK - M.R.H. (may be previous owner's ID markings) - - 9" lever operated rack type quick adjust wrench. Excellent. (not listed no info found)

0277. EIFEL-GEARED PLIERENCH - MOD. 7" - 33 (1933 date code) PAT. NOS. - 1181654 - 1862817 - MADE IN USA BY AMER. PLIERENCH CORP'N - CHICAGO, ILL, - FORGED - LOCKS THIS WAY - - 7.5" later Plierench with screwdriver on end of handle. Scarce smaller size. Good++.  PAT.  and  PAT.

0278. PAT SEP 7, 97 / 31 - - 8" wood handle version of the Vandegrift patent monkey wrench. Scarce size. Good++ with a tight handle crack. (S966, C313)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 264 thru 278

0279. ROGERS PRINTZ & CO - WARREN, PA / DROP STEEL FORGED - - 8" wedge adjust nut wrench. Patented granted to John R. Long of Akron, Ohio on June9, 1908. Good++. (S549T)  PAT.

0280. TRIMO 8" (on shaft) - TRIMO (on lower jaw) / TRIMONT MFG. CO - ROXBURY, MASS - - 8" size wood knife handled with the U-shaped type nut guard. Good+.

0281. HENR _ _ _ SAL & CO (three lines of markings. most are not readable) - - 12.5" stoutly made English screw adjust nut wrench with threaded center shaft. Minor dings and bruises. Looks like a wrench made by Palmer & Sons of Birmingham, England. British patent of April 16, 1861 No. 4354 applies. Good++. (see S378 and S447)

0282. MORRIS-BLODGETT D. F. T. CO. INDEP, MO / PAT JAN 18, 1911 FORGED TOOL STEEL - - 11.25" Pipe wrench. John Morris had left Kansas and lived in Marshalltown, Iowa when he patented this pipe wrench on Jan, 18, 1910 (not 1911 as marked on the wench) and evidently very few were made as they are seldom found. Good+ with a few areas with some pitting.  PAT.

0283. Unmarked - - 8" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and set screw. Identical to ones found marked "Clutch (Or Lutch) Wrench Co / Waukesha, Wis. - Pat Jan 7, 02". Also produced by Dent and Co. of Waukesha. Patented by Frank W. Dent -of Waukesha. Excellent. (S487)  PAT.

0284. W. M. & W. S O. FRAMINGHAM MASS / PAT'D JUNE 15, 97 (weak markings not all readable) - - 10" wood handled screw adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw that provides a ratcheting action. Made by Whiting, Macomber & Whiting and patented by Chester Johnson of Boston, Mass. Good+. (S639) (S639)  PAT.

0285. BARNES TOOL CO, NEW HAVEN, CONN - PAT. PENDING 188? - - 10.5" wooden handled pipe wrench with long adj sleeve and lever that pivots the lower jaw. Patent was issued Oct. 28, 1884 to Elbridge F. And George A. Barnes of New Haven. Good with minor dings and pitting, some weak markings, handle is cracked and has a groove carved around the circumference. (S624)  PAT.

0286. 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.

0287. Lot of three:
(1.) POWER JAWS / TOYANG - - 10.25" rather modern quick adjusting pipe wrench with. Odd mechanism with pivoting adjusting jaws. Good++ with some damage to the jaw serrations, (not listed)
(2.) POWER JAWS / TOYANG - - 12.75" same as above except longer. Good++ with some damage to the jaw serrations, (not listed)
(3.) TOP HWJ-300 CAP 1/8-1-1/4 IN / TOP DROP FORGED - - 12.5" modern quick adjust wrench. Good++. (not listed)

0288. STANDARD TOOL CO. - ATHOL, MASS USA - - 6" all metal 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 on June 8, 1880. Advertised as the "Rapid Transit Wrench". also found marked "Athol Machine Co. - Athol, MA". Good+ with minor edge dings, stamped former owner's id ("LA"). (S526, C46)  PAT.

0289. STOVER PIPE WRENCH - PAT PENDG. / CANTON, OHIO - U.S.A. STEEL FORGING - - 14" rack type quick adjust wrench. Rare wrench only second one we have had to sell. Schulz pictures one (S723) but without name or place of manufacture. Excellent. (S723, C293)  PAT.

0290. Marked only H. S. B. & P. CO - - 14.75" screw adjust alligator wrench usually found marked "American Saw Co - Patented April 8, 1890". Advertised as the "Curtis Pipe Wrench" Patented by Andrew Curtis of Monroe, Maine .Good++, jaws spring is missing. (S33, S596)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 279 thru 290

0291. Lot of five: Unmarked shop made self adjust type wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench.

0292. Marked only with Pennsylvania Railroad's PRR in a keystone logo - - 15.5" all metal monkey wrench. Crudely made with a reinforcing bar on back of the lower jaw, similar to but more primitive than the Perfect Handle wrenches. These were reportedly made in the Altoona shops of the Penn. R.R. Good++. (not listed)

0293. LAKE SUPERIOR WRENCH CO - SAULT STE MARIE, MICHIGAN - PAT. PEND.- - 12.5" self adjusting nut and pipe wrench. Patented 9-7-1909 by William Hilliard Munro of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada and 10-4-1910 by John Boulieu of Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Good+, black paint.. (S362)  PAT  and   PAT

0294. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - 14 - - 15" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Good++. (S361)  PAT

0295. "VICTOR" TRADEMARK / BONNER'S PAT. 1902 - 1903 - - 15" quick adjust pipe wrench made by the Bonner Mfg. Co. of Chrisman, IL. and patented by Clarence E. Bonner, Cherrypoint, IL. Good++ with a few minor dings. (S653)  PAT.

0296. Lot of two: All metal Screw Adjust Pipe Wrenches
(1.) 10" MADE BY THE LAWSON MFG. CO. - CLEVELAND, OHIO / PAT DEC 4-20 - OTHER PAT PEND. - - 10". (S609)  PAT.
(2.) Unmarked - - 9.5". Similar to Lawson pipe wrench except has a replaceable lower jaw insert. May be an unmarked Franklin Wrench patented Jul. 20, 1886 by George Edwin Franklin of Natick, Mass. and produced by George E. Franklin of Natick and Eaton, Cole, and Burnham Co. of Bridgeport, Conn. Good.  PAT.

0297. THE ROBERTS WRENCH CO. NY / PATENTED & PATENTS PENDING - - 13" self adjust wrench with spring loaded jaws. Same Feb 21, 1922 Frederick Robert patent as Hoe wrench applies. Good+. (S360)  PAT.

0298. FISHER 12 / PAT. FEB, 8 1927 - 3 - - 11" all metal adjustable pipe wrench with threaded upper jaw shank and knurled sleeve and a pivoting lower jaw insert. Patented by James Fisher of Ceredo, West Virginia. Zealously cleaned. (S601)  PAT.

0299. Lot of two:
(1.) WM. JOHNSON - Newark, NJ - - 10". Looks like the Buzzell Basin Wrench patented by George H. Buzzell of Boston, Mass. on Oct. 31, 1876. First one I've seen with the Johnson imprint. Good++. (see S89)  PAT.
(2.) TRIMO TRADEMARK BASIN WRENCH - PAT. APPL'D FOR / ("D" in a shield logo) - - 10". Good+. (S92)

0300. Lot of three: Vandegrift Patent Screw Adjust Nut Wrenches  PAT
(1.) PAT SEPT 97 - 1- - - 8.25" all metal type. Severe pitting.
(2.) PAT SEPT 97 (marked on upper jaw, other markings not readable) - 15 / 16 - - 6.75" all metal type. Unusual for a Vandegrift wrench to be marked on the jaw instead of the main body. Good++.
(3.) PAT SEPT 97 / 30 - - 9" with wooden handle. Handle has a piece missing.

0301. HECKMANN BLDG. PROD. CHICAGO, ILL. - - 12.5". At first I thought this was a strap wrench missing the strap but after a quick internet search revealed it to be a "Band Iron Tightener". Excellent, like new.

PiCs Lots 291 thru 301

Clevises and Clevis Pin Wrenches (Lots 302 thru 323)

0302. Marked only with a "B" - - 8.5" clevis with single opening wrench. Some pitting.

0303. Unmarked - 9" large clevis and single opening wrench. Some minor pitting.

0304. Clevis marked 2885 (with Illinois Malleable Iron logo), wrench is marked "2" / (with an "I" in a circle logo) - - 7.5" with a single open ended wrench. Good+.

0305. Clevis marked 2849, wrench 15 / (Illinois Malleable Iron logo) - - 6.5" with three opening wrench, Good++.

0306. No markings on clevis or wrench - - 6.25" with single open ended wrench. Good+ with some minor pitting.

0307. Unmarked - - 10.25" clevis wrench pin with three openings attached to a wooden handle. Some pitting on pin shaft.

0308. Lot of two:
(1.) 675 / (Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) - - 6" three opening clevis pin wrench. Some minor pitting.
(2.) Unmarked - - 8.5" three opening clevis pin wrench. Pitted.

0309. Lot of four: Single opening clevis wrench pins.
(1.) unmarked - - 6" with threaded end. Pitted
(2.) U40 - - 4.5" odd type with threads under the wrench opening. Good++.
(3.) Unmarked - - 5.5". Good.
(4.) 21 - - 5.75" with threaded end. good+.

0310. CORMANY MFG. CO. - CHICAGO, ILL / PAT OCT 22 - 94 - - 4.5" patented combination clevis and pin. Patent was granted to August Morganfield of Ogden, Kansas. Good+, patent drawing shows a lever that is not on this clevis.  PAT

0311. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 7.5" clevis and single opening wrench pin. Some pitting.
(2.) Wrench and Clevis marked with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo - - 7" clevis and three opening wrench pin. Some pitting.

0312. Clevis marked 2875 - - 7.25" with single open ended wrench. Good+.

0313. Marked only "10" on clevis - - 6" clevis a single open ended wrench. Good++.

0314. PATD FEB 23, 21 / (Link Belt's dog-bone logo) - 8.5" clevis with alligator wrench pin, First one seen with an alligator instead of an open end wrench. Excellent. (patent not found, Feb. 21,1921 is not a valid patent date)

PiCs Lots 302 thru 314

0315. Lot of clevises and clevis parts.

0316. Lot of two:
(1.) Clevis marked 81 - - 8" clevis with single opening wrench pin. Pitting.
(2.) 2938 - - 6" clevis only. Good++.

0317. Lot of two:
(1.) H253 - - 11- clevis.
(2.) Clevis marked DC2 - - 6.5" clevis and single opening wrench pin, Rusty.

0318. Clevis is marked "16-1/2", wrench pin is marked "1" - - 8" clevis and single opening wrench pin. Some pitting.

0319. Clevis is marked 2884 - - 6.5" clevis and single opening wrench pin. Some pitting, wrench pin shaft is bent.

0320. Clevis is marked E509 - - 6" clevis and wrench pin with a square box and open end. Excellent.

0321. Clevis marked 2834 - - 6" clevis with single open ended wrench pin. Excellent.

0322. Unmarked - - 6" clevis and three opening wrench pin. Good++.

0323. Clevis is marked 2337 - - 6" clevis and single opening wrench. Good+.

PiCs Lots 315 thru 323

International Harvester and Related Companies Wrenches (lots 324 thru 394)

0324. 95N (with IHC logo) - - 23" threshing machine tooth wrench and straightener. Good+. (R1-252 and 254)

0325. M451D (IHC logo) - - 18.5" cylinder wrench and tooth straightener. Excellent. (R1-254)

0326. 520959R1 (IHC) - - 22.5" hook latch for IHC 460 tractor. Excellent.

0327. H272 (IHC, Aultman Miller Corn King Spreader, and Little Giant Fence Loom) - - 15". Round hole with key and square box with three rectangular and three square openings on shaft. variant. Good++. (R1-24)

0328. 922 (McCormick / IHC) - - 2.5" x 3.5" oil can holder. Some pitting, tight crack.

0329. 472605R1 (IHC) - - 15.5" gauge for cutter knife head non IHC 555 Forage Harvester. Excellent with most of original red finish.

0330. B993 (IHC logo) - - 18" buggy whip holder. Purchased at the 2007 Vern Nail auction. Good+.

0331. A568X (IHC logo) - - 12.5" whip holder. Good+.

0332. 2883 (IHC) - - 7" clevis. No logo variant. Excellent. (variant not listed)

0333. Q5027 (IHC logo) - - 8" chain detacher. Good with some hammer damage.

0334. 3274A - H - IHC Logo / CANADA - - 13" socket wrench with sliding handle. Handle is slightly bent. (R1-251)

PiCs Lots 324 thru 334

0335. 9259T (IHC) - - 8.75" double socket for IHC Mogul tractors circa1918. Good with several dings. (R1-252)

0336. GA246 (IHC) - - 9.75" piston socket wrench. No IHC logo variant. Some pitting. (R1-253)

0337. Lot of two:
(1.) 632L / (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Some pitting, as found, not cleaned.
(2.) 632LA / (IHC logo) - - 4.5" socket with lip near socket opening variant. Top of socket has been distorted from hammering, rusty, not cleaned

0338. Lot of four:
(1.) G246 (IHC) - - 8" piston socket for IHC Titan Tractors and early gas engines. Pitted.
(2.) 1228D-1-7/8 (ID by owner as IHC 19324D?) - - 1/2" drive 12-point socket.
(3.) Unmarked 13095V (IHC) - - 4.25" steel sparkplug socket. Good+.
(4.) Unmarked (IHC 136386H) - - 3" steel sparkplug socket

0339. Lot of two:
(1.) Only marked with IHC logo (IHC H758M or H758) - - 1/4" by 5.25" cold chisel with hex shaft. Good++. (R1-253)
(2.) 1261-Y with IHC logo - - 5.25" flat steel water pump wrench. Good. (R1-251)

0340. 2699TM (IHC) - - 4.75" very early heavy cast spark plug socket. Excellent. (R1-251)

0341. 204L / (IHC logo) - - 6" double square socket listed for McCormick-Deering Threshers, Huskers, Shredders. Markings indented variant. Good++. (R1-251)>

0342. G6334 (IHC) - - 6" double ended piston socket. Listed for IHC Titan and IHC early gas engines. Good++. (R1-253)

0343. F9136 - IHC logo - - 9.5" open end by square socket wrench. Good++

0344. Lot of two:
(1.) VB624 - IHC logo) - - 10.75" binder crank and wrench. Numbers and logo markings raised variant. Excellent.
(2.) VB624 - IHC logo) - - 10.75" binder crank and wrench. Numbers and logo markings indented variant. Good+.

0345. CHAMPION No. 175 (IHC?) - - 7.25" with six different openings and 7/16" square stud. Good+. (Listed in Gil Irps' list, not pictured in Rathbone)

0346. 9802DA (IHC logo) - - 8" crank, four prong variant. Good++.

0347. 9802D (IHC logo) - - 8" crank, two prong variant. Excellent with traces of original paint.

0348. 344S (IHC logo) - - IHC manure spreader apron crank. Excellent.

0349. H872 / (IHC logo) - - 17" square socket crank for Deering binder. Good++. (R1-253)

0350. B12189 (IHC) - - 16" square socket crank for Champion and McCormick -Deering Binders. Excellent.

0351. F8121 - IHC logo - - 7" double square socket wrench, stud at 90° and number raised on shaft and logo indented on large socket end variant. Good++.

0352. F8121 - IHC logo - - 7" double square socket wrench, stud at 90° and all markings indented on large socket end variant. Excellent.

0353. SA1234 (IHC) - -7.5" by 9.75" tee handled square socket wrench with hammer head, no logo variant. Excellent. (R1-255)

PiCs Lots 335 thru 353

0354. 9534DA (with IH logo) - - 18" massive single open ended wrench. Good++. (R1-252)

0355. IHC logo J1507 - J1506 (IHC No. J1502) - - 13" ratchet, straight handled variant. Excellent. (R1-254)

0356. IHC logo J1507 - J1506 - - 16.25" ratchet, bent handled variant. Excellent. (R1-254)

0357. 270N (IHC logo) - - 10.5" double hook spanner. Good++, not cleaned. (R1-250)

0358. MILWAUKEE - - 15.25". Large hub type wrench. No number variant. Good, not cleaned. (R1-328)

0359. 14327-L XT HARDNED - 1-1/16 / 207 I.H.C. - WILLIAMS FORGED IN USA - - 17" spud wrench. (R1-252)

0360. 97L (with IHC logo) - - 5.5". Good+. (R1-250)

0361. MCCORMICK E629J - - 14" face spanner wrench. No IHC logo variant. Good+. (R1-319)

0362. 490B (IHC logo) - - 7.75" with five wrench openings and hammer head. Good++. (R1-251)

0363. SA1406 / (IHC logo) - 12". All markings indented. Good, painted. (R1-255)

0364. INTERNATIONAL 999498R1 (with IH logo) - U.S.A. - - 10.75" slotted head screwdriver. Excellent.

0365. INTERNATIONAL (with IH logo) - 3/4 - 13/16 / 999469R1 USA - 3/4 - 13/16 - - 9.25" double open ended plated wrench. Excellent.

0366. INTERNATIONAL (with IH logo) - 5/8 / 5/8 999439R1 - U.S.A. - - 7.25" open end and box end plated combination wrench. Good++.

0367. IHC 1131057R1 (IH logo) - - 7.5" oil can spout. Excellent with original finish.

PiCs Lots 354 thru 367

0368. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO (later IHC) / A120 - - 13". Three square and one hex variant. Pitted. (R1-351)

0369. A1210 / (IHC logo) (Champion Mower & Reaper Co later IHC) - - 7.75" pitman wrench. Excellent. (R1-96)

0370. Lot of two:
(1.) N738 - CANADA - with IHC logo - - 5.25" L-socket wrench, unlisted variant. Excellent.
(2.) N478 (with IHC logo) / H - - 5" tee socket wrench. Number raised, logo indented variant. Good++. (R1-254)

0371. PAT SEPT 7 97 / INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good.  PAT

0372. D736 DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good++.

0373. Unmarked (IHC 196225C1) - - 8" cylinder gauge for IHC Combines 815 and 915. Good++.

0374. S110 - - 4.5" by 6.25"" tee handled socket wrench. Good++. (R1-255)

0375. 139 1/2E (IHC) - - 5" by 6.5" tee socket wrench for circa 1907 IHC auto buggies, trucks.. Excellent with traces of original black finish. (R1-250)

0376. 21080-V (IHC) - - 12.5" hub wrench. Good++. (R1-252)

0377. 22394VA (IHC logo) - - 8.5" hubcap wrench for early IHC trucks. Good++. (R1-252)

0378. 6849H SPARK PLUG (IHC) / D - - 8.5" double socket wrench. Good+, painted. (R1-252)

0379. 5378TM (IHC) - - 7" double socket wrench used on early IHC Titan Tractors and Two Cylinder Gas Engines. Good+, New red paint. (R1-252)

0380. PO11 (McKenzie Manufacturing Co. of La Crosse, Wisc., also in Irps' IHC wrench list) - - 8". Two open ends variation. Good+.. (see R2-193, variation not shown in Rathbone)

0381. M141 / (IHC logo) - - 9". All markings indented. Good++. (R1-254)

0382. 149-1/4E (IHC) - - 5" by 6" tee handled spark plug socket wrench for circa 1907 IHC auto buggies, trucks. Side of socket has grind marks. (R1-250)

0383. 11858-DA (IHC logo) - - 5.5" flat steel hook spanner for Farmall tractor water pumps. Good++.

PiCs Lots 368 thru 383

0384. PO209 (with IHC logo) - - 13.75". Number and logo raised. Good+. (R1-254)

0385. P & O CO CANTON ILL / 3613 (later IHC) - - 12". Good+ with some pitting. (R1-370)

0386. Lot of two: P & O CO (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC) Wrenches
(1.) P & O CO CANTON ILL / 4129 (later IHC) - - 10.25". Good++. (R1-370)
(2.) P & O CO 4135 / CANTON ILL. (later IHC) - - 10.25". (R1-370)

0387. CHATTANOOGA CP4003 / (IHC logo) - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings raised. Good+ with some mushrooming on hammer head. (R1-98)

0388. CHATTANOOGA 3 (later IHC) - - 9" with hammer head.. Square hole variant. Bad casting on some markings. (R1-98)

0389. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO / A163 (later IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. Good++. (R1-351)

0390. CP245 (Chattanooga Plow Co., IHC & Oliver) - - 9.25". Good+. (R360, R98)

0391. Lot of six: P & O CO (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC) Flat Steel Wrenches. Including three 11.75" long with different direction and orientation markings.

0392. Lot of two:
(1.) P & O CO. / 5283 - - 10" Emerson type. Good++. (R1-370)
(2.) 295 (P & O / IHC) - - 9". Five open ends, offset on small end variation. Pitting under black paint, small drilled hang hole..

0393. Lot of two:
(1.) P890 - IHC logo / E (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.25". P890 and IHC logo both raised. Some pitting. (R!-254)
(2.) P & O CO - 4130 / CANTON ILL (Parlin & Orendorff Co. - Canton, ILL. / IHC) - - 9". Good++. (R1-370)

0394. C (Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-280)

PiCs Lots 384 thru 394

Farm Related Wrenches - Second Group (lots 395 thru 410)

0395. 883 - J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS / C (originally a Massey-Harris wrench) - - 14.75". Excellent. (R1-77)

0396. Lot of two:
(1.) NO 10G (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 10". Three open end variation. There are at least seven variations of the No. 10 Grand Detour Plow wrench. Pitting mostly on the back side. (see R1-205, this variation not shown)
(2.) 13 (Grand Detour Plow Co., Dixon, Illinois) - - 7.5". Loop handle with hammer head, no open end on end of handle variant. Pitted (R3-94))

0397. 5378 A - DEANE / OF HOLYOKE (Holyoke, Mass.) - - 9.5". Good++, not cleaned. (R1-129)

0398. G99 (David Bradley) - - 8.5". Good+. (R1-126)

0399. Lot of two:
(1.) Shares / N167 (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 5.5". Good+. (R1-265)
(2.) B573 (American Seeding Machine Co, originally Superior Drill Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 8.5". Good++. (R1-446, R1-16)

0400. Lot of three:
(1.) 179 (orphan) - - 7" pitman wrench. Excellent. (not listed)
(2.) ROPER - ARMSTRONG (with arm & hammer logo) SPECIAL - 9/16 - - 7.75" odd double offset stamped steel wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)
(3.) R-11 (orphan) - -5.25" neat little three opening wrench with peg on end. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0401. S & T / S & T - - 4.75" fancy malleable wrench with five openings and small hammer head. Good+. (R1-409, no info)

0402. TEDDER / LOADER (orphan) - - 8". First one I have seen with the LOADER imprint. Good+.

0403. TEDDER (orphan) - - 8". Good+. (R1-453)

0404. SIMMONS / UTILITY(Simmons Hardware Co St. Louis) - - 7" Deering Style, black paint, minor pitting. (R1-426)

0405. PLANET JR. / H4 - - 8" with double hammer polls. Good++. (R1-380)

0406. FULLER & JOHNSON / 2P30 - - 9".One square box openings variant. Good+. (R1-191)

0407. F163 (Oliver) - - 7".Good++. (R1-360)

0408. Unmarked (Campbell Corn Drill Company - Harrison, Ohio) - - 5.5". Identified from a Campbell Parts Lists for their No. 2 and No. 3 one horse drills. Excellent (R3-41).

0409. 41 (orphan) - - 8.25". Excellent. (not listed)

0410. Lot of three:
(1.) 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.5". Claw on end variant. Pitted. (R1-227)
(2.) M555 / MADE IN U.S.A. (Massey-Harris) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Good+. (R1-312)
(3.) B. F. AVERY & SONS / CHILLED PLOW - K209 (Louisville, KY) - - 9.5". Good+ with some pitting. (R1-27)

PiCs Lots 395 thru 410

Silo and Silo Type Wrenches (lots 411 thru 422)

0411. UNADILLA SILO CO - 30 - - 10". Open end by double box end. Good+. (R1-462)

0412. WOODS BROS SILO & MFG CO / THE HINGE DOOR SILO - - 8.5". Extended side variant. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-496)

0413. WOODS BROS SILO & MFG CO / THE HINGE DOOR SILO - - 8.5". Flat side variant. Good++. (R1-496)

0414. SAGINAW SILO / FARMERS HANDY WAGON CO (Saginaw, Mich.) - - 8.5". Good+, painted. (R1-175)

0415. F. RASSMANN MFG. CO. / BEAVER DAM WIS. 56 - - 8.75" single hex box. Excellent. (R1-392)

0416. NICHOLSON / 0 - - 6.5". scarce small size. Excellent. (R1- 353)

0417. CON GIN CO. / P127 - - 12" single hex socket with handle. Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

0418. CROWN SILO with a "CH" logo / CROWN LUMBER & SILO CO - OMAHA - - 12". Good+. (R1-119)

0419. CHAMPION SILO / WESTERN SILO CO DES MOINES IOWA - - 12". Good+. (R1-484)

0420. TWIN CITY TANK & SILO CO - 5/8 / MINNEAPOLIS MINN - 1/2 - - 10" small letters variant. Good++. (R1-461)

0421. Lot of two:
(1.) INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) - 5/8 - - 10.75". Small tiny, tight jaw crack. (R1-249)
(2.) INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) / 5/8 - - 11". Good+. (R1-249)

0422. Lot of three:
(1.) E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 - 1/2 / RACINE WIS - 3/4 - S12 - -10.5. Good++. (R1-453)
(2.) CHAIN BELT CO. 7/16 MILWAUKEE WIS USA - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-92)
(3.) CHAIN BELT CO. 9/16 MILWAUKEE WIS USA - -10". Excellent. (R1-92)

PiCs Lots 411 thru 422

Adjustable Nut Wrenches - Second Group (lots 423 thru 449)

0423. Marked only PAT PEND - - 8.5" slide type quick adjust nut wrench. Uncommon wrench with an unusual adjusting mechanism. Good+ with the half moon disk missing on one side. (S531)

0424. KENTO (in a double arrow logo) / $2.50 MADE IN THE USA - PAT. PEND. - - 7.5" turn handle quick adjust nut wrench. Good++. (not listed)

0425. VICTOR TRADEMARK / PAT'D AUG 25, 1903 - - 10" combination screw and rack quick adjust nut wrench. Pat. by Clarence Bonner of Cherrypoint, Illinois. Patent is usually seen on the much more common Bonner's Victor pipe wrench. Very rare, Good with areas of pitting. (not in Schulz or Cope)  PAT

0426. Unmarked - - 9.75" early wooden handled reversible ratchet. (not listed, no info found)

0427. PAT. JUNE-24-1890 - E. E. KING (some weak markings) - - 10.5" Unusual quick adjust nut wrench with a spring loaded lower jaw and a release lever. Patented by Erastus Edwin King of Lee's Summit, MO. Rare wrench with a rarer marking variation, the few I have seen were marked "King & Hough". Good++ with some minor pitting. (S498, C192)    PAT

0428. COLUMBIAN WRENCH - PAT. SEPT 13, 1892 - C0LUMBIAN MFG. CO, BROCKTON, MASS - - 10" wood handled pipe wrench with an unusual screw adjustment. Patented by Daniel R. Porter of Chelsea, Mass. Good+, some dings, tiny tight crack on lower jaws, minor crack on wooden handle. (S591)  PAT

0429. BAY STATE TOOL CO BOSTON / PAT JUNE 7, 1904 (patent date weakly marked) - - 12" all metal quick adjust nut wrench with release lever. Patented by Fredrick Walden on June 7, 1904 (who later started Walden Mfg Co). Scarce large size. Good restored condition. (S476)  PAT

0430. 10" IRLAND PIPE WRENCH CO. - BOSTON, MASS USA - PAT JULY 7, SEPT 23, 1903 - OCT 3. 1905" - - 10.75". Advertised as "The Irland Automatic Pipe Wrench". Uses a spring-loaded lever underneath the handle to open the upper jaw, which closes automatically. Patents were issued to David Irland of Chicago. Good+ with some dings and previous owner's stamped ID.. (S681)  PAT.

0431. TORSHALLA - SAGBLADFABRIK / MADE IN SWEDEN - TRADEMARK (with what looks like a cutting torch logo?) - - 10" early style Crescent type wrench. First one I've seen. Good++. (not listed)

0432. (can't read markings) - - 7" odd vise like tool. Good++.

0433. Unmarked - - 4.25" small hand vise. Good++.

0434. Unmarked - - 9" all metal primitive looking screw adjust pipe wrench. May be George W. Porter's (living in Parkersburg, West Virginia) patent of Mar. 7, 1893. Excellent except for a chip on lower jaw. (similar to S594)  PAT.

0435. Unmarked (except for previous owner's ID "LON" - - 8" screw adjust with a tightening lever. Patented by Lucius O. Veber of Schuuyler's Lake, NY. Scarce small size. Good+. (S633, C315)  PAT.

0436. L. COES PATENT / _ _ _ WORCESTER MASS.(weak markings, not all readable) - - 15" Very early rare Coes wooden handled monkey wrench with plugged lower jaw. Manufactured under Loring Coes first wrench patent of April 16, 1841. Although the markings are too weak to be certain the markings probably originally read "C. Foster & Co." the second Coes exclusive wrench sales agent with a contract from 1843 to 1848. Most of these Coes 1841 patented monkey wrenches that have survived are the 12" size. Very seldom are other sizes found. Good+ with several dings and wooden handle cracks. (see HP2)  PAT

0437. CRAFT 18 IN / THE CRAFTSMAN TOOL CO. CONNEAUT, O. - PAT NOV 1907 - - 18" large size of the Craft roller jaw wrench. Patented by George Heckling of Cleveland, Ohio. Good+, handle is slightly bent, not cleaned. (S664)  PAT.

0438. THE WAKEFIELD WRENCH WORCESTER, MASS U.S.A. - NO. 3A / PAT. JUNE 30, 91 - OTHER PATS. PENDING - - 15.75" quick adjust rack type wrench that adjusts with a spring loaded top lever, has serrated jaw inserts. Patented by John Wakefield of Worcester, Mass. Good++, but the top jaw insert is missing. (S727)  PAT

0439. 6" MASTERENCH - CHROME VANADIUM - PAT. 11-12-26 / HELLER BROTHERS CO - NEWARK, NJ - PAT 4-14-1925, 7-5-1927 (with horse logo) - - 6.25" self adjusting wrench with serrated top and bottom jaws and hex box wrench in end of handle variation. Patented by Earnest E. Lynch of Hilmar, Calif. and Homer A. Mead of Turlock, Calif. Scarce small size. Good++. (S328)  PAT

PiCs Lots 423 thru 439

0440. MOORE DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA (with Moore's "M" in a circle logo) - - 18" knife type wood handled monkey wrench. Scarce large size. Good++.

0441. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - PAT AUG 1866 - - 15.75" pipe wrench with long five ring adjusting sleeve. Amos Call's patent of 8-28-1866 applies. Early B & C wrench in Good+ condition. (S838)  PAT.

0442. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS / No. 2 - - 15" wooden handled pipe wrench with hex adjusting sleeve and replaceable lower jaw insert. Made to Amos Call's patent of 8-28-1866. Early B & C wrench. Good+ with some dings, tight wooden handle crack. (similar to S838)  PAT.

0443. BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS / No. 3 - - 12" wooden handled pipe wrench with long four ring adjusting sleeve and replaceable lower and upper jaw inserts. Good++ with a few minor dings, ((S836)

0444. THE ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA USA / ("E" in a circle in a diamond logo) - - 12.75" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with long four ring adjusting sleeve. Good++. (not listed)

0445. UNION HARDWARE CO. - TORRINGTON, CONN. USA (some markings unreadable - - 12.5" Briggs's Pattern combination nut and pipe wood handled monkey wrench with hex adjusting nut. Good+ with some dings. (S581)

0446. AGR'L ENGINE WRENCH - PATENTED - SEPT 25, 1877, MAR 1, 1881, DEC 12, 1882 - - 12.75" combination nut and pipe wrench with hex and ribbed adjusting nut. Patented by Bernard Donahue of New York. Good++ with minor dings. (like S576)  PAT

0447. Marked only with Billing's "B" in a triangle logo - - 12.75" all metal Coes type monkey wrench. This must be the last type of Coes monkey produced by Billings with no Coes markings anywhere on the wrench. Excellent, like new except for former owners ID ("NC") stamped several times. (not in Page's book)

0448. BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA / U. B. B. P. Co. - - 8.25" wooden handled threaded shaft monkey wrench. Round knurled adjusting nut variant. Good with minor dings. (S843B)

0449. TRIMO SIZE 15" (on side) - 1912 STYLE (on upper jaw shaft) / TRIMONT MFG. CO - ROXBURY, MASS (on side) PAT AP'D FOR (on upper jaw shaft) - -15" size wood knife handled with the washer type nut guard. Good+, with minor dings, tight handle crack, former owner's ID grind marks (2). (S1084T)

Combination Wrenches-Tools and Fencing Tools - First Group (lots 450 thru 474)

0450. Lot of four: All Metal Trimo Nut Wrenches. All have the washer type adjusting nut guard and marked PAT'D 12-19-1911. Patent was issued to John H. Vinton of Boston, Mass.  PAT. Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) 21" size
(2.) 18" size
(3.) 12" size
(4.) 10" size

PiCs Lots 440 thru 450

0451. Unmarked - - 11.5" three jawed pliers type combination tool with five rethreading dies. Never seen another. Good+ with punched former owner's initials ("E.D."), no patina. (not listed, no info found)

0452. PAT 09 - - 7.5" wild, cast household combination with at least fifteen different functions including alligator wrench, can opener, several box wrenches, nippers, knife sharpener, hammers, tack claws, etc. Patent was issued to Erik H. Nylin of New York, NY on Mar. 09, 1909. Patent states that the inventor's object was to combine as many different functions as possible in one tool. He didn't quite succeed as the Hercules Combination Tool" has at least forty functions Cork screw is missing, nipper handle is broken.  PAT.

0453. MECHANICS TOOL CO. - ROCKFORD, ILL. U.S.A. / PATENTED JAN. 7, 1913 - - 9.25" two piece combination tool. Consisting of a adjustable wrench shaped like a Crescent wrench but adjusted with a side knob, an alligator wrench, a tap holder and a drill gauge. Patent was issued to V. A. Fagerstrom of Rockford, Illinois. Rare tool, second one seen, first we have had to sell. Excellent, adjusting knob maybe a replacement?. (not listed)  PAT.

0454. Unmarked - - 5" combination hatchet, hammer, pliers, screwdriver and nail puller tool. Good+.

0455. Marked only JAPAN - - 4.25" pocket knife combination tool consisting of a miniature screw adjust monkey wrench, one knife blade, file. screwdriver and a punch or reamer. sometimes found marked "Stellar". Excellent with chrome plating, (see S97)

0456. SHEFFIELD - - 5.5" modern combination knife tool with hammer, nail claw, pliers, saw, bottle opener, file, screwdriver etc with sheath. Excellent like new.

0457. BRITISH MADE (marked on glass cutter) - - 4.75" oddball combination small King Dick type pocket wrench with an attached brass glass cutter. I guess that the wrench is used like a glass pliers to break off the glass after scoring with the cutter. First one seen. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0458. 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. Patented by Ira Tripp of Aurora, Illinois. Advertised as "The Best" wrench by the Best Wrench Company of Chicago, ILL. Good+. (S807, C64)  PAT

0459. FIRESTONE - - 5" combination alligator wrench, feeler gauge and tire core tool. Probably made by Herbrand (see MVWC Newsletter Dec. 2007, pg. 15). Excellent. (not listed)

0460. THE P. & I. A. CO. LTD (weak markings) - - 4.25" pocket combination tool. Screw adjust pocket wrench with a saw blade, file, screwdriver, punch and gimlet. Good+.

0461. SWISS-TECK - US PATENT #5491856 - - 3.75" modern plier type combination tool with several jaws for cutting, wire stripping, etc..Four screwdriver blades fold into the handles. Patent was granted to Larry K. Legg of Willoughby, Ohio on Feb. 20, 1969.Excellent, like new.  PAT

0462. AUG. 24, ?? (can't read year) - - 6" cast household combination tool with cork screw, can opener, glass cutter, knife sharpener, etc. Patent date is probably Aug. 24, 1875 which was issued to Frank R. Woodward of Hill, NH. Excellent. Even has the knife sharpener part which is usually missing.  PAT.

0463. COMBINATION TOOL 7790769 - - 5.5" cleaning rod handle, bolt disassembly, and gas piston nut removal tool which was stored in the stock of the M14 Service Rifle. Excellent with pouch.

0464. BARCALO BUFFALO USA - PAT D111564 (some markings not readable) - - 6.5" with a hammer, screwdriver, jar, bottle and can openers, etc. Patented 10-4-1938 by Ernest Cullen (San Diego, Calif.) as a "Combination Kitchen Tool". Good+ with some light pitting. (not listed)  PAT.

0465. Unmarked - - 7.5" strange reversible dual headed pliers. First one I've seen. Good+. (not listed no info found)

0466. KEYSTONE MFG. CO. - BUFFALO, NY / PAT. NOV. 6, '83 - 3 PATS FEB. 10, '91 - - 9" adjustable jaw combination reversible ratchet wrench and drill. Complete with the drill attachment and the original wooden box. Box is marked "THE KEYSTONE COMBINATION RATCHET WRENCH, Etc. Patented by Charles H. Myers of Phelps, NY and marketed as the NONPAREIL ratchet wrench and drill. Wrench and attachments are Excellent with nickel plating. Box is missing the lid, paper label is mostly gone but the stencils on both side are easily read. (S153, C189)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 451 thru 466

0467. MADE BY STRIEBY & FOOTE CO. - NEWARK, NJ - PAT. SEPT. 19, 1904 / THE COULTER TOOL CO. SAN ANTONIA, TEXAS - - 15" comb. plier type tool with pliers, wire cutter, etc. Patented by Newton J. Tate of Weatherford, Texas. Good+, S-hook and leather punch are missing..  PAT.

0468. BUCKEYE FENCE - Youngstown Sheet & Tube CO. (Youngstown, Ohio) - - 20" fence tool. Tool with these markings not in Smith's Fence Tool Book. Good++.

0469. PASADERA WIRE SPLICER & STRECHER - NO. 1 / PAT'D DEC. 16, 1924 - PAT APPLD FOR - - 23.5 wire tool. Patented was granted to Edward Pasdera of St. Paul, Nebraska. Not in Smith's Fence Tool Book. Excellent.  PAT.

0470. Tool is not marked, box is marked: TITAN-RITE FENCE TOOL - TITAN-RITE CO. - ELMIRA, NEW YORK - PATENTED JAN 11, 1927 - - 12.5" odd fence tool, thirty-two page book on how to use the tool to make fences and the original box. Patent was granted to Bernard Coleman of Elmira, NY. Excellent new old stock condition.  PAT.

0471. CRESCENT TOOL CO - 1907 - JAMESTOWN, NY - MADE IN U.S.A - - 10.25" combination plier type fencing tool with two hammers, two cutters, and two plier. Has unusual pliers below the pivot bolt on the handle. Good++.

0472. Unmarked - - 9.75" combination hammer, staple puller, plier type tool. Marketed as Kitselman Wire Tool. Good+ with light pitting..

0473. PAT. NOV 20, 94 - - 9.5" malleable combination tool with a hammer and staple puller claw with notches for use as an alligator wrench, and a hook on the end for use as a fence wire splicer. Patented by John Hebblewaite of Rock Falls, ILL. Excellent. (S1044TR5)  PAT.

0474. Unmarked - - 14" combination fence stretching tool and screwdriver or pry bar, nail claw and pliers. Patented by William Brown of Bayneville, Sedgwick County, Kansas on May 29, 1900. Good++ with a chipped jaw end.  PAT.

PiCs Lots 467 thru 474

Wrenches With Cutout Letters (Lots 475 thru 491)

0475. Lot of two:
(1.) PLANET JR. (in cutout letters) / 3 - U.S.A. (S. A. Allen & Co. - Philadelphia, Penn.) - - 6.5". CUTOUT. Good++. (R1-380)
(2.) 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. Excellent. (R1-380)

0476. LINKMASTER MADE BY H. K. PORTER - EVERETT, MASS. REG. U.S. PATENT OFFICE - PAT. PENDING- 30-LX-01 (with H K P in cutout letters) - - 29.75" heavy duty tire chain, etc. cutting tool. Excellent, like new.

0477. Lot of two:
(1.) PORTER'S "NEW EASY" CUTTER BOSTON U.S.A. NO. 2 MADE BY H. K. PORTER INC. etc. (with H K P in cutout letters) - - 24" bolt cutter. The unmarked EASY wrench should fit this cutter. Excellent.
(2.) The National Telephone Supply Co. - Cleveland, Ohio - O-N9 (with H K P in cutout letters) - - 9.75" wire crimping tool. Excellent

0478. A196 - DEERE (in cutout letters) - - 8" CUTOUT with part number running down along side of large square box end variant. Good+. (D162, R1-131)

0479. A196-A - DEERE (in cutout letters) - - 8" CUTOUT with part number running up alongside of large square box end. Looks like it should be Excellent under the new green paint. (D162, R1-131)

0480. A196 - DEERE (in cutout letters) - - - 8" CUTOUT . Part number on the right above the open end. Good++, painted. (D157, R1-131)

0481. BUFFALO PITTS (PITTS in cutout letters) CO NY - H O . Also on the IHC Tool List - - 10.25". CUTOUT. Poor with severe pitting, new green paint. (R1-68)

0482. C9 - IRON AGE (in cutout letters) (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+. (R!-260)

0483. E39 - IRON AGE (cutout letters) (A. B. Farquhar, York, PA and Bateman Mfg. Grenloch, NJ) - - 8.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good++. (R1-260)

0484. BLACKHAWK (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" with CUTOUT letters and hammer head. With stud variant. Excellent. (R2-36).

0485. BLACKHAWK (Sechler / Oliver) - - 7.5" with CUTOUT letters and hammer head. No stud variant. Excellent. (R2-36).

0486. REX (in cutout letters) - PAT. AUG. 6. 95. - - 6" cast shoe polish brush handle and polish can opener. No brush bristles but does have the wooden insert for the bristles. Patent granted to William R. Derr of Baltimore, Maryland. Excellent.  PAT.

0487. UNIVERSAL (in cutout letters) E12 (Ames Plow Co. - Worcester and Ayer, Mass.) - - 5" CUTOUT. Marked with part number variation. Good++. (R1-466)

0488. S437 - LITCHFIELD (in cutout letters) (Litchfield Mfg. Co., Waterloo, Iowa) - - 7" CUTOUT. Good+. (R1-299)

0489. P & O 1338 (Parlin & Orendorff - later IHC) - - 6" CUTOUT with small hammer head. Numbers on back variant. Good+. (R1-370)

0490. SECHLER (cutout letters) MOLINE / 1 INCH - - 8.25". The only known buggy wrench with CUTOUT letters. Rare wrench but in poor condition because of severe pitting. (S952)

PiCs Lots 475 thru 490

0491. ABF - York PA (A. B. Farquhar, York, Penn.) - - 6.5" CUTOUT with hammer head. Good+ with pitting. (R1-176)

John Deere and Related Companies Wrenches (lots 492 thru 509)

For other Deere wrenches see the cutouts Lots 478 - 480 and Lots 534, 645, 749, 800-2, 900, 901, 902, 997, 1001, 1012 and the box lots

0492. Z2 SYRACUSE (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.5". Two hammer heads, small end up variation. Good++. (D553)

0493. Syracuse/ Wood Beam (Deere) - - 9.75". Pitted, over cleaned. (Dill 603, R1-448)

0494. SYRACUSE / IRON & STEEL (Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. / Deere) - - 10.25". 1-1/4" by 1" hex opening variant. Poor with severe pitting. (D601)

0495. John. Deere / 1340. SC - 9". Good+. (D81)

0496. D34 - U (Deere) - - 8.75". Good++. (D277)

0497. Y1575B / JD logo (Deere)- - 6" corn planter check wire reel crank. Excellent, green paint. (D549)

0498. 762? or 760? (light markings - - 5". Owner identified as 762 Deere / Marseilles, Adams Cultivator wrench (seeD69) but I can't be sure as the last digit is hard to read and neither Dill or Rathbone show a picture of the wrench. Good++ with weak markings.

0499. 196 (Deere) - - 7". Long slots and two round hole variant. Good++ with original paint. (D37)

0500. Dain / Z-78 - D 6.5" pitman wrench. Marking upside down variant. Good++. (D562)

0501. DAIN / L136E (Deere) - - 7.75". Markings near slot variation. Excellent. (D411)

0502. DAIN (Deere) - -7.75". Dain L136 no number variant. Good+ some pitting, (D410)

0503. DEERE & CO / M123 - - 11.25" with hammer head. Good+ with mushrooming on hammer head. (D424)

0504. JOHN DEERE (B353R) - 15.5" Flat with 6 point and 12 point box ends. Excellent. (D248)

0505. JOHN DEERE (B352R) - - 12". Flat with double hex box ends. Good++. (D245)

0506. LETZ M1156 - M1159 - HERBRANDS (in script) / HARDENED - 36 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 12" forged double open ended S-wrench. Rare, only three marked on Dill's list Good+ with minor edge dings. (D441).

0507. B596R - MADE IN USA (Deere) - - 12.25" double socket wrench for Model "B" tractors. Excellent. (D256)

0508. S26 08D - MOTOR WHEEL - 05164 - 3/4 HEX (Deere A5278DU) - - 16.5" lug wrench for John Deere Wagons. Not marked "MADE IN USA" variant". Excellent. (D193)

0509. DEERE & CO (HZ5061) - - 8" wood handled monkey wrench, knurled adjusting knob variation. Good with some hammering damage, lower jaw crack. (D340)

PiCs Lots 491 thru 509

Buggy - Wagon - Coach Wrenches (lots 510 thru 532)

0510. BROWN-DALLAS (Brown Buggy Co. - Dallas, Texas) - - 9" rare buggy wrench with screwdriver or pry bar end. Only second one we have had sell. Good++. (R1-64))

0511. STUDEBAKER / 1" - 346 - - 8.25" (South Bend, Indiana). Good+ with very light pitting. (R1-444)

0512. HARPER / PAT. APD FOR (Harper Buggy Co. - Columbia City, Indiana) - - 8.5" buggy wrench. Broken ear and nut holing spring. (R1-218)

0513. 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. Good++. (R1-246)  PAT

0514. MOYER / 224 (H. A. Moyer - Syracuse, New York) - - 8". buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-342)

0515. Unmarked (orphan) - - 8.75" oddball buggy type wrench with claw end. Good+, not cleaned. (not listed, no info found)

0516. SHELDON AXLE CO / 66 (Sheldon Axle Co., Wilkes-Barre, Penn.) - - 10.5" buggy wrench two open ends and hex box end. Good+ (R1-423).

0517. Lot of two:
(1.) DALZELL & CO. - 12 (South Egremount, Mass.) - - 9" buggy wrench. Good+, some light pitting. (R1-123)
(2.) DALZELL & CO. - 26 (South Egremount, Mass.) - - 9" buggy wrench. Large end is broken off and missing. (R1-123)

0518. Unmarked (orphan) - -10.75" oddball buggy type wrench. Good+. (not listed, no info found)

0519. DAYTON / 2813C PATENTED (with Dayton's "D" in a circle logo) - - 7.75" Good++. (R1-127)

0520. HENNEY / C (Henney Buggy Co, - Freeport, Illinois) - - [ 7.5" Dayton style buggy wrench. Good++. (R1-229)

0521. Lot of three: These look like they could be buggy wrenches but were actually patented as a "Clamp for Molders Flasks or Other Purposes". April patent was issued to Edward E. Josef of Buffalo, NY, the August patent has not been found. Will be sold choice item. (S443)  PAT.
(1.) E. E JOSEPH - BUFFALO, NY - PAT. APR. 8, 90 - - 9.75". Excellent with date day and year blurry.
(2.) E. E JOSEPH - BUFFALO, NY - PAT. Aug. 1890 - - 5". Excellent.
(3.) E. E JOSEPH - BUFFALO, NY - PAT. APR. 8, 90 - - 9". Excellent.

0522. Unmarked (Miller Falls Co of Miller Falls, Mass.) - - 8.25" carriage wrench with a metal spinner handle. Square head variation. Good++. (S207, C221)

0523. Lot of two:
(1.) GETMAN PATD 86 ILION (Phillips-Getman Co of Ilion, NY) - - 8" buggy wrench with nut holder. Patented by Henry Getman of Ilion, New York. Excellent condition but the nut holding handle and spring are missing. (R3-92)  PAT
(2.) COOK - PATD SEPT 1, 85 / 7/8 - - 9" buggy wrench with a nut holder. Patented by Roswell Cook of Ilion, NY. Poor, pitted, and nut holding handle is broken. (S240, R1-112)  PAT

PiCs Lots 510 thru 523

0524. DIAMOND WRENCH MFG. CO. - STEEL FORGED - PORTLAND, ME / PATD NOV 2, '80 - OCT 16, '83 - - 11.25". A large wing nut on a threaded shaft adjusts the double headed wooden handled 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 strong markings, only minor dings. (S208)  PAT

0525. Diamond Wrench (like above but can't read all the markings. - - 10.5". See Lot no. 524 for patent info. Good+ with excellent handle, several dents and dings, weak markings.

0526. Diamond Wrench (like above but can't read the markings). - - 10". See Lot no. 524 for patent info. Good with dings and. very weak markings.

0527. Diamond Wrench (like above but can't read all the markings). - - 7.25"". See Lot no. 524 for patent info. Good+ with excellent handle, weak markings, some dings.

0528. Unmarked - - 15" early all metal twist handle to adjust coach wrench with double jaws, octagon shaped handle and a hanging ring on end of handle. Good+.

0529. HIBERNIA with a three clover logo? - - 12.5" early all metal twist handle to adjust coach wrench with octagon shaped handle. Good++.

0530. Unmarked (American Wrench - Pat. Sept. 8, 1885 - Augusta, Maine) - - 12.5" ribbed wooden handled screw adjust carriage wrench, single jaw variant. Patented by Bradford Lancaster (Augusta, Maine). Good+ with some handle damage. (S231, C40, C50)    PAT

0531. AMERICAN WRENCH - PAT. SEPT. 8, 1885 - AUGUSTA, MAINE - - 7" ribbed wooden handled screw adjust carriage wrench, single jaw variant. Scarce small size Patented by Bradford Lancaster (Augusta, Maine). Good+. (S231, C40, C50)    PAT

PiCs Lots 524 thru 531

0532. T G MANDT WRENCH 10 (and a star logo) - PAT JUNE 13 1896 (T. G. Mandt Mfg. Co. - Stoughton, Wis. - later Moline Plow Co.) - - 10.25" 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, otherwise Good+.. (S215, R1-307, C210)  PAT

Farm Related Wrenches - Third Group (lots 533 thru 564)

0533. Lot of two: Aluminum Wrenches
(1.) CHAMPION BRASS - LOS ANGELES CALIF. - - 6" hex box by face spanner. this wrench can also be found made of brass. Excellent.
(2.) 25H 2 - ALLOY PRODUCTS CORP. / 25H 3 - - WISCONSIN - - 14" dairy equipment wrench with a 3" open end. Edge dings. (not in Rathbone).

0534. U. S. PAT. 3412597 - 3230751 - - 7" heavy duty section riveting tool with box marked "JOHN DEERE TY5011" and original instruction sheet and three unused rivet punches (number TY5012), First patent was issue to Lloyd T. Smith if Newton, Kansas on Jan. 25, 1966 and the second was issued to Gilbert Rains of Hutchinson, Kansas on Nov. 26, 1968. Both were assigned to the Rains Mfg Company of Hutchinson, Kans. Tool is in Excellent condition, box is poor. (D630)  PAT and  PAT

0535. DISTILLERS CO - - 4.75" real oddball cast wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0536. Lot of three:
(1.) HARGRAVE - 7/8 - - 4.25" square socket for brace use with a brace. Excellent with most of the original black finish.
(2.) Unmarked - - 1" - 1/2" drive for female drive ratchets.
(3.) Unmarked - - 4.5" double twelve point socket or connector What's It with plastic knob

0537. The Handee / Mansfield Ohio - 7" dog bone revolving head multi-socket wrench. Good+ with trace of the original finish. (S289)

0538. RANCHMAN / FORGED TOOL STEEL (John Morris Pat of July 19, 1898 probably applies) - 12.25" hatchet combination tool with hammer, pincers, nail claw, screwdriver and leather punch. Leather punch is missing, one handle has a weld repair.. (S802)  PAT

0539. GK220 - < M-H> (Massey-Harris) - - 4.5" all metal steering wheel knob.

0540. Marked only "26" - - 5.75" rope making tool. Good+.

0541. MILLER MFG. CO. - DETROIT MICH USA - C3321 - - 13.25" quality built tool with odd end of unknown function. Miller Mfg. acquired Bonney Tools in the 1950's. Excellent. (no info found)

0542. Lot of two:
(1.) BEATRICE (Beatrice Creamery Co. - Beatrice, Nebraska) - - 6" forged double open ended S-wrench. Excellent. (R3-23)
(2.) W14176 with Link Belt's dogbone logo (orphan) - - 10" single open ended. (not listed, no info found)

0543. ZIM MFG. CO. -PAT. JULY 11, 25 - -7.5" cotter key puller pliers. Patented on Jul. 11, 1922 (not 1925 as marked on wrench) by Marion H. Harter of Minneapolis, Minn. Good++.  PAT

0544. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6" real odd ball cast multi-purpose tool with a hex box wrench. Excellent. (No info found)
(2.) Marked only "5" - - 7.5" four opening wrench with screwdriver tip. Good++ except screwdriver tip has been ground. (not listed, no info found)

0545. Lot of two:
(1.) R-43 (Ruth Self Feeder Co. - Halstead, Kans. then Parsons Band Cutter & Self Feeder Co. - Newton, Iowa then the Maytag Co - Newton, Iowa, also M. Rumely Co.) - - 6.5". Good+ except one handle end has been ground. (R1-405)
(2.) 38051 (The Maytag Co.) - - 5.25" forged handled socket wrench. Good++. (R1-317 shows a parts list picture of this wrench)

0546. BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO / NO. 572448 - TRADEMARK (with a Swastika logo) - - 7.5" gate or barn door latch.

0547. Lot of two:
(1.) AMPCO - AL BR - W58S USA - - 15" Beryllium universal bung wrench. Excellent.
(2.) POWHATAN RANSON - WVA / NO 233 - HE 3 - - 11.5" fireman's tool with hose spanner wrench, pry bar, etc. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 532 thru 547

0548. McCORMICK (IHC) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench without Whitman & Barnes logo and coarse ribbed adjusting screw end. Some pitting.

0549. ADRIANCE (Adriance, Platt & CO., Poughkeepsie, NY later Moline Plow Co.) - - 10" Coes Type wood handled monkey wrench. Good+ with mushrooming, some light pitting. (R1-5)

0550. DEERING (in a shield logo) (IHC) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench. Good+ with some minor dings, etc. (R139)

0551. BUCKEYE MOWER & REAPER WRENCH / (can't read markings) - - 10" Coes Wood handled Mechanic's Wrench with split adjusting knurled knob. Good+. (see HP33)

0552. McCORMICK (IHC) with W & B in a diamond logo - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with Whitman & Barnes logo and coarse ribbed adjusting screw end. Some pitting and dings.

0553. 123C (Massey-Harris) - 8.5" all metal Vandegrift monkey wrench. (R1-312)

0554. PAT SEPT 7 97 - X X / McCORMICK (IHC) - 29 - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good+, jaws are slightly sprung  PAT

0555. PAT SEPT 7 97 / McCORMICK (IHC) - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good+ with grind marks on jaw edges.  PAT

0556. INTERNATIONAL - PAT SEPT 7 97 - HARVESTER CO. / (no markings on reverse side) - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good+. (marking variation not on Irps' IHC list)  PAT

0557. PAT SEPT 7 97 / INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. (with four raised dots on lower jaw) - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good+.  PAT

0558. PAT SEPT 7 97 / OSBO RNE. (IHC) (space between "O" and "R" and three raised dots on lower jaw) - - 8.5" Vandegrift's patent all metal loop handled screw adjust nut wrench. Good+, jaws are sprung. (marking variant not on Irps' IHC list)  PAT

0559. J.H. CO. (Johnston Harvester Co & Massey-Harris) S815 - W105 / M-H - - 8.5" all metal monkey wrench. RARE. Good++. (R3-120).

0560. Marked only: "11" (David Bradley) - - 8" all malleable sliding wedge adjust alligator wrench. This one is the smooth jawed nut wrench version. Pat 1-6-1891 by Theodore Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana and mfg. by the Vandegrift Mfg Co of Shelbyville, Indiana. Listed in David Bradley Parts Lists. Good++, spring is missing. (S546)  PAT.

0561. FAIRBANKS MORSE - - 8" automotive type adjustable wrench. Good+ with some minor pitting. (R3-79)

0562. PAT. SEP 97 - 26 - - 7" cast malleable monkey wrench. Patented by Theodore F. Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana on Sept. 7, 1897. Scarce small size. Good+. (S965, C313)  PAT

0563. MILLER'S VEHICLE WRENCH - - 9" buggy wrench patented Jan. 27, 1891 by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri. Pitted, edge chipped. (R1-327)  PAT

0564. A181 (orphan) - - 5" cast buggy whip holder. Good+.

PiCs Lots 548 thru 564

Vise-Grips and other Locking Pliers (lots 565 thru 578)

0565. VISE-GRIP - DEWITT, NEB ("W" in a diamond logo) - 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+ with some edge dings. (S262)  PAT.

0566. VISE-GRIP 10CR / PETERSEN MFG. CO. - DEWITT, NEBR. - - 9.5" Vise-Grip with specialty crimping jaws. Good++.

0567. VISE GRIP 20R - US PAT NO. 3192804 / U.S. PAT NO. 2,280,005 U.S. PAT No. 2,514,130 OTHER PAT. PEND./ PETERSEN MFG. CO. - DEWITT, NEBR. - - 9" (without chain) Vise-Grip Chain Wrench. Patented Jul. 06, 1965 by Christian Petersen and others. Excellent.  PAT.

0568. VISE-GRIP 7R / PETERSEN MFG. CO. - DEWITT, NEBR. - - 8.5" Vise-Grip with factory modified specialty crimping? jaws. Good++.

0569. VISE-GRIP 9R / PETERSEN MFG. CO. - DEWITT, NEBR. - - 8.5" Vise-Grip with odd factory modified specialty jaws. Good++.

0570. NO. 11 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - PATENT NO. 2,3885,480 - OTHER PATENTS PENDING - - 11.5" Locking Pliers. Rare large size. Patented Feb. 19, 1946 by Francis A. Snell, Chenango Forks, NY. Good+ with some minor jaw damage. (S278)  PAT.

0571. 910 GRIP LOCK / CHANNELLOCK INC. MEADVILLE, PA. USA - US PATS. 2531285 - 2576288 - 2997903 - - 9.5" complicated locking pliers with a sliding adjusting collar. Patents by Fritz and Reiner Rommel, Allendorf, Kreis Marburg, Germany; Edward Manspeaker, Turtle Creek, PA; and Murray Eisenberg, New York, NY. Excellent. (similar to S274)  PAT.

0572. PLI-WRENCH PAT. 2489057 - WHALE TOOL CO - NEW YORK, NY - - 9" with curved lower jaw with pivoting insert that resembles a pelican. Patent was issued to Ernest St. Laurence of Minneapolis, MN on Nov. 22, 1949. Good+. (S275T)  PAT.

0573. 220C LEVER WRENCH - LEVERAGE TOOL INC. - GLENVIL, NEB - PAT 3600986, OTHERS PEND. (etc.) - - 8.75" locking pliers, Later sold by Stanley Tool Corp. as the Stanley Auto-Grip Pliers. Different short nose variant. Patented by Earl M. Baldwin, Jr. of Glenvil, Neb. Excellent. (S273)  PAT

0574. MODEL #L-8 LEVER WRENCH LEVERAGE TOOL INC. - GLENVIL, NEB - PAT 3600986, OTHERS PEND. (etc.) - - 8.5" locking pliers with clamp-on attachment mounted on a wooden stand. Hardware store point of purchase display? Excellent.  PAT

0575. GRIPSO VISE PLIERS / H. R. BASFORD CO. - SAN FRANCISCO USA - - 8" adjustable locking pliers, no release lever variant. . Patented by Lawrence C. Mead of Turlock, Calif. on Sep. 26, 1950. Good++. (S276T)  PAT.

0576. GRIPSO VISE PLIERS / H. R. BASFORD CO. - SAN FRANCISCO USA - - 8.5" adjustable locking pliers, release lever variant. Good+ with some weld splatters. (similar to S276T)  PAT.

0577. GRIPSO VISE PLIERS - MODEL 211 / H. R. BASFORD CO. - SAN FRANCISCO USA - - 8" adjustable locking pliers with original box and instruction sheet. No release lever variant. Pliers is Excellent New Old Stock, box is good with some tears, etc. (similar to S276T)  PAT.

0578. ALLGRIP - PATENT PENDING - NO.335-V-5 / ALLTRADE - PATENT PENDING - NO. 335-V-5 - TAWAIN - - 8.5" Vise-Grip type locking pliers in the original package with accessory jaws. Pliers is Excellent New Old Stock. (patent not found).

PiCs Lots 565 thru 578

Ratchets and Adjustable Wrenches - Third Group (lots 579 thru 634)

0579. Display board with a female drive ratchet marked MUELLER - DECATUR ILL and an unreadable patent date, with eighteen pressed steel sockets and a cast steel universal socket. Ratchet is 15.5" long. Good++. (patent not found)

0580. THE EDWINSON / RATCHET WRENCH - PAT. 9-20-1921 / MFG IN USA - - 17.5 unique lever operated malleable ratchet wrench with one socket. Patent was issued Louis Edwinson of Topeka, Kansas. Good+.  PAT.

0581. Lot of four: Female Drive Loop Handled Ratchets
(1.) WALDEN-WORCESTER - PAT. JULY 20, 1909 - - 9". 3/4" female drive loop handled ratchet. Patent was issued to Frederick E. Walden of Worcester, Mass. Good++.    PAT.
(2.) PAT. APL'D FOR - - 5". 1/2" hex.
(3.) Unmarked - - 5". 3/4" hex.
(4.) PAT. APL'D FOR - - 5". 1/2" square.

0582. Lot of three:
(1.) WALDEN-WORCESTER - PAT. JULY 20, 1909 - - 9". 3/4" female drive loop handled ratchet. Good++.
(2.) NO. 678D - DURO-CHROME / PAT. NO. 1902878 - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 10.5" 1/2" drive, reversible ratchet. Patented 3-29-1933 by Edward and Norris McNaught, both from Chicago and assigned to Duro Metal Products Co. of Chicago. Good++.    PAT.
(3.) FOSTER - 8 - - 1.75" cast socket. hex by oval drive.

0583. Display board with a reversible female square drive ratchet marked NO. 350 - FRANK MOSSBERG CO - ATTLEBORO, Mass USA - PAT. NOV 11, 1913 , twenty-two pressed steel sockets, and a cast universal socket. Ratchet is 10" long. Ratchet 0atent was issued to Frank Mossberg, Attleboro, Mass. Good++, one socket has a crack.  PAT.

PiCs Lots 579 thru 583

0584. Marked only PAT. APLID FOR - - 9" wood handled ratchet wrench with adjusting jaws. The screw adjustable, ratcheting jaws can be placed in 10 different positions. This is one of the most mechanically appealing of all the collectible wrenches. Patented by James. C. Hawes of Brooklyn, NY on Jan.14,1913 and advertised as the "Convertible Ratchet Wrench", Sometimes called "The Wobble Wrench" or "The Fred Astaire Wrench" (as it has as many moves as he had). A rare, quality made tool. Good++. (S319)  PAT

0585. Unmarked Russell Machine Co. - - 8" wooden handle quick adjust nut wrench which combines rack teeth for initial adjustment and a knurled nut and screw for final adjustment. Several of these previously unknown wrenches surfaced at a Texas auction several years ago. All had an unfinished wooden handle and either a regular hex or square handle nut. A couple had markings that were readable most were not. Excellent NOS.

0586. Unmarked - - 10" early wooden handled twist handle to adjust coach wrench with twin jaws and octagon shaped handle. Good+, with some handle chips.

0587. SPRINGFIELD / PAT AUG 1866 - - 10" pipe wrench with short round adjusting nut. Amos Call's patent of 8-28-1866 applies. Early B & C wrench in Good+ condition with some markings not readable. (S835)  PAT.

0588. COMO WRENCH CO. - CHICAGO - PAT. OCT. 14, '13 ' DROP FORGED - - 7" unique screw adjust pipe wrench consisting of only three pieces with a slotted threaded upper jaw that fits over the wrench handle. Patented by Joseph Anthony Schlehr of Chicago. Neat small size. Good++. (S589)  PAT.

0589. BEMIS & CALL - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - - 8" wood handled pipe wrench with short knurled adjusting sleeve. Good+ with area of pitting over markings.

0590. 14 - DICKSON STILLSON WRENCH - USA PATENT MAY 21, 1912 - MFD. OSWEGO TOOL CO. - OSWEGO, N.Y. USA (with a picture of the wrench on the side of the upper jaw shaft) - - 12.5" Stillson type all metal pipe wrench with a skeleton handle. Rare. Good++. (not in Schulz, see Cope pg 238)

0591. CLICK PLIERS - CLICK MFG CO FAIRBURY, NEBRASKA / PATS 2358858, 2,325,245., (etc.) - - 9" with a spring loaded u-shaped pin to set the lower jaw to different positions. Pat. Jul. 27, 1943 and Sep. 26, 1944 by Joel Hahn of Beatrice, Nebraska. The spring that holds the u-shaped pin is missing and has been replaced with a plastic washer, otherwise Good++ with most of the original plating. (S260)  PAT.

0592. Marked only D.R.G.M. - 944633 - - 6" wood handled monkey wrench with stubby handle and right handed adjusting threads. Good++.

0593. Unmarked - - 12" self adjust pipe wrench, Looks like an Irland Pipe Wrench fitted with a wooden handle? See Patents issued to David Irland of Chicago, Illinois on July 7, 1903, Sept 22, 1903 and Oct 3. 1905. Good+ with jaw chip, handle crack. (see S681 for all metal example)  PAT.

0594. Unmarked (Barwick Wrench) - - 9" plier type nut and pipe wrench mfg. by the Barwick Wrench Co. of Boston, Mass. and later Billings & Spencer. Patented 6-6-1871 by Wm. Barwick of Montreal, QC Canada. Good+. (S855)  PAT.

0595. ATLAS 18 PAT 1888 - - 15" adjustable pipe wrench. Patented May 15, 1888 by Robert Copland of Eureka, Calif. and made in San Francisco, Calif. and New York, NY. Missing the upper jaw, good for parts.  PAT.

0596. Unmarked (Baxter's "S" Model Wrench) - - 6". Applicable patent was issued to William Baxter of Newark, New Jersey on Dec. 1, 1868. Good+ with a few dings. (S305)  PAT

0597. 4-6 IN. CRESTOLOY / CRESCENT TOOL CO. JAMESTOWN NY - - 6.25" Crestoloy Crescent wrench with 4" and 6" heads. Plated, excellent. (S470)

0598. 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 ++. (S470)

0599. DIAMOND HANDYBOY - DULUTH - DH16 (DIAMALLOY in a diamond logo) . MADE IN U.S.A. - - 6.5" slip joint pliers with a Crescent and a screwdriver. Excellent, plated finish. (S243)

0600. Lot of two: Hawkeye Double Ended Alligator Wrenches with Rethreading Dies. will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) THE HAWKEYE - THE TROPICAL OIL CO. - CLEVELAND, OHIO / PAT. NO. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8". Promotional wrench with advertising from an oil company in Ohio. I have seen only a few Hawkeye Wrenches with advertising. Good with a few dings.
(2.) PIPE - 1/8 - 3/8 - 1/4-THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. NO. 720554 - PAT'S PENDING - - 8". You will see several hundred of these with the bolt size thread cleaning dies before you find one with the pipe size dies. Good++.

0601. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - - 9" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Good with some minor pitting.. (S361)  PAT.

0602. STERLING WRENCH CO. - STERLING, O. - PAT. AUG 12, 1884 - - 6.75" Coes type with distinctive stubby wooden handle. Good+  PAT

PiCs Lots 584 thru 602

0603. "FATKIN" - PAT NOV 27, 94 - FATKIN MFG CO NY - - 12" different screw adjust pipe wrench with pivoting lower jaw. Patented by James Fatkin of Aspen, Colorado and advertised as "The Defender". Good++ with weak but readable markings. (S599)  PAT.

0604. COMET NO 3 - PAT JAN 27 1903 / H. W. & M. CO. (Hilts Wrench & Machine Mfg. Co.) - RICHFORD NY - 13.5" quick and screw adjusting nut wrench. Patented by Jacob L. Bovee of Richford, New York. Excellent with punched former owner's initials "T". (C167)  PAT.

0605. OTTO BERNZ CO. - ALWAYS RELIABLE - 18 - - 15.75" Stillson type pipe wrench from the blow torch folks. Excellent. (not listed)

0606. COCHRAN - 18 IN - PAT'D 1908 / MODEL 1910 - MFG. IN CHICAGO, ILL. USA . - - 18". Modified Stillson type pipe wrench with a patented rocking upper jaw assembly. The patent was issued to James M. Cochran of Paducah, KY on April 21, 1908. Excellent. (S588)  PAT.

0607. "PERFECT HANDLE" - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY MASS. USA Also marked CCC & ST. L (Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis - The Big Four Railroad) and NYC (New York Central Railroad) - - 18" all metal monkey wrench. Trimont made the Perfect Handle wrenches after H. D. Smith closed in 1930. Unusual to see two different railroad marks on the same wrench. Good+ with a casting flaw on lower jaw.

0608. Unmarked - - 21" wooden handle threaded shaft nut wrench with heavy duty solid lower jaw assembly. Similar to one made for a short time by Bemis & Call. Good+. (not listed)

0609. ADDRESS J. L. MORSE & CO. - HATICK, MASS. / PAT. APL'D FOR (also marked with former owner's id: "H. C. CASE" and "L. J. M.") - - 9" unusual auto type adjustable wrench with angled smooth jaws and an extension on the adjusting gear, Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0610. SAMSON WRENCH CO. - ROCKFORD, ILL - PAT. AUG. 7 '23 / 8 IN. SAMSON - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 8" Crescent looking wrench but with a quick adjust sliding jaw. Patent was issued to George W. Kelley of Spokane, Wash. First one seen. Good++, refinished. (not listed)  PAT.

0611. SAM'L HALL'S SON - NEW YORK, USA - 18" / PAT'D USA & ENG. MAR. 12, CANADA MAY 9, 1894 - - 18" combination nut and pipe wrench. Patented by Charles Hall of New York. Good++. (S1081, C155)  PAT.

0612. Marked only "L. M. CO." lightly on the handle ferrule - - 10.75" unusual wrench that looks like it started life as a Coes or Coes type wooden handled monkey wrench. It has two replaceable lower jaws inserts, one smooth and one serrated and a swivel hook that could be used to hang the wrench from as belt, etc. Never seen anything like it before. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0613. COLLINS & CO - HARTFORD U.S.A. - PAT OCT 10, 1865 - REISSUE Feb. 25, 1873 - - 15" with distinctive hex handle ferrule and extended support plate. Good+ with a few dings, patent dates not readable, tight handle cracks. (S384)  PAT. and  PAT.

0614. THE PORTER MFG. CO. - REVERE (Mass.) / PAT. JAN 15, 84 - - 18" self adjusting pipe wrench patented by Daniel R. Porter of Revere, Mass. Cope states that this wrench was first manufactured by the Revolution Tool Co. of Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Rare wrench first one we have had to sell. Excellent except that the tip of the upper jaw is missing. (S708, C259)  PAT

0615. Lot of two: Crescent Type Wrenches. Will be sold choice wrench.
(1.) BLACK & DECKER - AUTO WRENCH / U. S. PATS 6477921, 6966242 - - 9.5" battery operated Crescent type wrench. Excellent. like new. Patents were issued on Nov 12, 2002 and Nov. 22. 2005 to John A. Picone of Oceanside, NY Good batteries included.  PAT and  PAT
(2.) 10 IN. - GERMANY (with cutout geometric designs on the handle) - - 10" Crescent type. Some pitting.

PiCs Lots 603 thru 615

0616. BAXTERS - - 6" Baxter's "S" Model double ended nut wrench. Patented by William Baxter of Newark, NJ Dec 1,1868/ Good+. (S305)  PAT.

0617. 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 +. (S470)

0618. 4-6 SCHOLLER (The Scholler Mfg. Buffalo, NY) / MADE IN U.S.A. - - 6" Crescent type with 4" and 6" heads. Scarce Crescent type double-ender in any size especially so for this small size. Good++. (not listed)

0619. Unmarked - - 6.25" unusual loop handled slip joint pliers. Good++. (not listed)

0620. E -THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - (with the "B" in a diamond logo) - - 6.75" center screw adjustable wrench. Excellent with most of the original plated finish.

0621. BONNEY 8 IN. ADJ. S. - PAT. JUNE 1, 1915 / ALLENTOWN PA. USA - - 8" S-handled Crescent type wrench. Good+ with some jaw edge damage. Patent was issued to Joseph G. Baker of Allentown, PA.  PAT.

0622. TRADEMARK COES (in oval) / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo) - - 12" all metal nut wrench. Last Coes type monkey wrench manufactured. Good+. (HP66).

0623. F. ARMSTRONG - BRIDGEPORT, CONN. / THE ARMSTRONG RAPID No. 2. - PAT. DEC. 9, 79, MAR. 27, 83 - - 11.75" rack type quick adjust with a lever for applying additional tightening pressure. 1879 patent was issued to Dan Foster of Waltham, MA, the 1883 to Frank Armstrong, Bridgeport, CT. Good with overall pitting, some markings not readable. (S474, C42)  PAT.

0624. SPAULDING MACH. SCREW CO. - BUFFALO, NY - W. DICK'S PAT. NOV 21, 93 - - 5" center screw adjust bike wrench with a screwdriver that extends from bottom of handle when jaw is opened. Good++ with a few dings on back edge of jaws, plated finish. rest of the plated finish is Excellent. (S102)  PAT

0625. MADE FOR POPE MFG CO - - 5" center screw adjust bike wrench. Usually found with Billings & Spencer markings. Good++ with former owner's id "Seymour". (not listed)  PAT.

0626. All Right - Pat Feb 28-99 - - 4.25" quick adjust bicycle wrench. This is the rarer shorter version. Patent was granted to Charles T. Guild of North Attleborough, Mass. Good with minor pitting. (S102B)  PAT

0627. Lot of two:
(1.) BARNES TOOL COMPANY / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 5.25" side adjust nut wrench with indented handle panels. Good+. (S98)
(2.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. U.S.A. (with the "B" in a diamond logo) / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB. 18TH, 1879- - 4" center screw adjust with one side exposed. Good ++.  PAT.

0628. DUDLY TOOL CO. - MENOMINEE, MICH - PAT. MAY 29, 94 - - 3" X 1" bicycle spoke or nipple wrench. Patented by Albert Dudly of Menominee, Mich. Excellent. (S110)  PAT

0629. Lot of two: Loop Handled Hercules Pocket Wrenches. Patent was granted to Frederick Seymour of Detroit, Mich.  PAT
(1.) HERCULES (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 4.25" with knurled adjusting nut. Good++. (S364)
(2.) HERCULES (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 4.25". Pre Whitman & Barnes type with ridged adjusting nut. Good++.

0630. "THE EUREKA" - THE EUREKA MFG. CO. - CHICAGO, ILL - PAT FEB 5, 95 - - 5.25" center screw adjust pocket or bike wrench with exposed shaft. Patented by Joseph P. Lavigne of New Haven, Conn. Same wrench as the Sandow mfg. by Lavigne & Scott. Good+ with a few minor dings, weak markings as usual. (like S109B)  PAT

0631. Lot of two: Fauber Mfg. Spanner Wrenches
(1.) PAT JULY 11, 99 - TRADEMARK (with bicycle pedal crank logo) - - 6.25". William H. Fauber's patent is a design patent for bicycle sprocket wheels. Excellent.  PAT
(2.) W. H. FAUBER MFR. - FAUBER CRANK AXLE TRADEMARK (with bicycle pedal crank shaft logo) - CHICAGO, U.S.A. -CRANK PAT. MAR. 7, 93 - PATENTS PENDING / FAUBER - ORIGINATOR, PIONEER, LARGEST MANUFACTURER - ONE PIECE CRANKS - GURANTEES GENUINESS, PERFECTION, REPAIRS, REPLACEMENT DEFECTIVE PARTS - - 6". Patent date refers to W. H. Fauber's patent for a velocipede. Good++.  PAT

0632. UNITY - PAT. PEND. - - 4" specialty tool with two open end wrenches (one with a screwdriver end) and a small rod that is split on one end. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0633. VOSS CUT. CO. - GERMANY - - 4.25" pocket knife and adjustable wrench combination tool with two knife blades, two files, corkscrew, punch, screwdriver and screw adjust wrench. Good++ with former owner's id lightly etched on side.

0634. Lot of two: Twist Handle Nut Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 6" twist handle nut wrench. Lighter and simpler version of the Acme wrenches. These wrenches resemble Frederick Seymour's Feb. 27, 1883 patent drawing more closely than the Acme and Hercules wrenches do. Good++ with jaws slightly sprung. (S364)  PAT
(2.) ACME (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 - - 5" pre Whitman & Barnes Acme twist handle wrench. Good, sprung jaws, markings not all readable.

PiCs Lots 616 thru 634

Farm Related Wrenches - Fourth Group (lots 635 thru 686)

Note: See Lots 647 thru 660 for several rare silo wrenches.

0635. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO / A120 (Newell Sanders - Chattanooga, Tenn. later IHC) - - 13.5" RARE with large letters and three box end variant. Probably from International Harvester Co. of Australia. Excellent. (R1-351)

0636. TOM CAT (Harriman Mfg. Co. of Harriman, Tenn. made the Tom Cat Chilled Plow) - - 7.25". Rare, first one we have had to sell. Good+ with light pitting (R1-456)

0637. M B M MFG. CO / RED-E - - 7" double open end wrench with a small hammer head. I don't know what M. B. M. stands for but did find that they were located in Milwaukee, Wisc, and were the precursors of the Pioneer Manufacturing Co. makers of RED-E small garden tractors and attachments. The name was later changed the RED-E Tractor Co. Pitting. (not in Rathbone)

0638. TOLEDO PLOW CO (Toledo, Ohio) - - 10". Pitted. (R1-456)

0639. BRINLY PLOWS (Brinly, Miles, & Hardy Co. - Louisville, Kentucky) - - 9.75". RARE. Pitted. (R1-64)

0640. Unmarked (orphan) - - 8" crude, thick, heavy oddball with a hammer head. Good+. (not listed, no info found)

0641. K121 (Gale Plow Co. and Ohio Rake ) - - 3.25" by 5.25" tee handled socket wrench. (R1-193, R1-359)

0642. RICHMOND CHANDLER (Salford, England) - - 7.25". Good. (R2-248)

0643. L320 - L321 (with Plano logo) / PATENT PENDING (Plano Mfg. Co. - Plano, Illinois / Later IHC) - - 9" malleable screw adjustable with hammer head and an open end wrench on end of handle. Good+ with a couple casting flaws. (R1-381)

0644. L. R. KNAPP & CO. (Oxford, England) - E29 - - 9.25". L. R. Knapp made wagons and agricultural implements with roots dating back to 1745. Good+. (R2-158)

0645. Unmarked (Van Brunt/Deere 97M) - - 9.25". Rare Deere wrench. Good+ with some pitting. (D17, R1-469)

0646. COLUMBIA (Columbia Plow Works - Copake, New York) - - 10.5" Rare only a couple seen. May be a Osborne/IHC wrench as they had a Columbia line of machinery. Good+ with some pitting. (R3-52)

0647. ECTMC (in a circle logo) (E. C. Tecktonius Mfg. Co of Racine, Wisc.) 5/8 and 1/2 / S12 - 3/4 - -10.5". One of the rarer Tecktonius Silo wrenches. Some pitting. (R1-453)

0648. ECONOMY SILO (Economy Tank & Silo Co. - Fredrick, Maryland) / 1 - - 9.25". Good++. (R1-158)

0649. UNADILLA SILO CO / UNADILLA N.Y. - - 8.75" Y-shaped with three open ends. Good++, not cleaned. (R1-462)

0650. VESPER SILO (Vesper Wood Mfg. Co. - Vesper, Wisc.) - - 11". Y-Shaped with three open ends. RARE. Good++. (R1-473)

0651. GRIFFIN / LUMBER CO (Cordele, Georgia) - - 7.5" double hex by single hex silo wrench. RARE, first one we have had to sell. Good++. (R3-97)

0652. MONTGOMERY WARD & CO - 5/8 / 1/2 - - 10" silo wrench. Small letters variant. Good+. (R2-208)

0653. NAPPANEE SILOS - 3/4 / NAPPANEE LUMBER & MFG. CO. (Nappanee, Ind.) - 1/2 - 5/8 - - 10". Excellent. (R1-346)

0654. SEARS ROEBUCK & CO - 5/8" / 1/2 - 10" silo wrench.Good++. (R1-418)

PiCs Lots 635 thru 654

0655. PHILA. SILOS / E. F. SCHLICHTER CO - - 11.5". Schlichter manufactured the "Philadelphia Silos". Some pitting. (R1-416)

0656. WEYERHAEUSER - - 10.5" silo ratchet with two square box wrenches in end of handle. Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. of Tacoma, Wash. made wooden silo kits in the early 1900's. Good++. (R1-485)

0657. INDIANA SILO CO ANDERSON IND / (same markings both sides) - - 12". One of the scarcer Indiana Silo wrenches. Good++. (R1-249)

0658. UNADILLA SILO CO. 5/8 & 1/2 / 3/4 (Unadilla, New York) - - 9.75" double hex by single hex. Good+, slightly bent. (R1-462)

0659. CHAMPION SILO / WESTERN SILO CO - DES MOINES IOWA - - 12" double hex variation. Excellent. (R1-484)

0660. NAPPANEE SILOS - MONARCH & CLIMAX / NAPPANEE LUMBER &: MFG. CO. - NAPPANEE IND. - - 12.25" double open end S-wrench. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-346)

0661. USE THIS WRENCH TO REMOVE COVER FROM INJECTOR - COMPOUND INJECTOR & SPECIALTY CO. - CHICAGO USA (all in large, bold markings) / 119 - - 15" cast single hex box end wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

0662. DREIS & KRUMP MFG CO CHICAGO ILL / (with a "F" in a square logo) - - 12.5". Heavy wrench with six openings. Good+. (R1-151)

0663. W. P. Co. 94 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11". Good++. (R1-488)

0664. WIARD. S (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11.5". Good++. (R1-488)

0665. W. P. Co. 94 (Wiard Plow Co. - Batavia, NY) - - 11". Good+. (R1-488)

0666. Marked only "81" (orphan) - - 10" cross-shaped oddball with three open ends and a square socket. Good+. (Rathbone's Oddball Page R1-504)

0667. F. F. MF'G. CO. (The Farmers Friend Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - - 9". Good++. (R1-170)

0668. MONITOR DRILL / A763A (Monitor Drill Co. - Minneapolis, Minn., later Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.5". Excellent. (R1-334)

0669. MOLINE DRILL / A1037 - - 8.5". Excellent. (R1-332)

0670. Lot of two: Walter A. Wood (Hoosick Falls, NY) Wrenches
(1.) WOOD / WOOD (raised, high relief letters) - - 10" with eight wrench sizes, no hammer head, no holes. Good++. (R1-494)
(2.) WOOD / WOOD (raised, high relief letters) - - 10" with eight wrench sizes, small hammer poll and two holes. Some light pitting. (R1-494)

0671. HURST MFG CO (Canton, Ohio) - - 6". Three opening variation. Good++. (R1-246)

0672. ROCK ISLAND PLOW CO / S234 - SULKIES & GANGS - - 9" with hammer head. Three open ends variation. Some pitting. (R1-401)

PiCs Lots 655 thru 672

0673. C338 - P. P. Mast & CO. - SPRINGFIELD, OHIO (the Springfield, Ohio markings are very weak) - - 9" with hammer head. This is the first C338 wrench I have seen that had the P. P. Mast markings). Excellent. (R2-185)

0674. C338 (P. P. Mast, later Superior Drill Co - Springfield, Ohio, later Am. Seeding Mach. Co.) - - 9" with hammer head. Excellent. (R1-314, R1-446, R1-16)

0675.Vandegrift D239 (Kingman Plow Co - Peoria, Illinois) - - 9.75" different than the Rock Island wrench D239 shown in Rock Island parts books and Rathbone R1-400. Rathbone Volume Three lists this as a Kingman Plow wrench. Good+ with light pitting on one side. (R3-123)

0676. Lot of three: Cream Separator Wrenches
(1.) IOWA CREAM SEPARATOR (Waterloo, Iowa) / BIG A LINE logo - - 7". Double open end S-wrench. Excellent. (R1-259)
(2.) THE SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO - 3 / TUBULAR - - 7.75" Face spanner by hook spanner. Fair with pitting over some of the markings. (R1-422)
(3.) U. S. SEPARATOR (U. S. Cream Separator Company of Bellows Falls, Vermont.) - - 5.25" bicycle or pocket type wrench. Good++. (R1-465)

0677. DEMPSTER (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co, - Beatrice, Neb) - - 7.25" Deering pattern. Good+. (R1-143)

0678. DD67 - AMERICAN HARROW CO. / DETROIT MICHIGAN USA - - 13". Missing the small open end. (R1-14)

0679. Lot of two:
(1.) 2234 / M-H logo (Massey-Harris, earlier Case Plow Works) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-311)
(2.) APPLETON MFG. CO. - BATAVIA ILL. USA / C620 - - 10". Good+. (R1-21)

0680. N. C. / L (New Casaday - South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 12.5" with hammer head. Double open end variant. Good+, some pitting on one end. (R1-429)

0681. 95 - VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND - - 7.5". Part number on front variant. Excellent. (R1-475)

0682. 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)

0683. OHIO RAKE CO. - DAYTON O. / X - - 8". Good++. (R1-359)

0684. Lot of two:
(1.) 4S (Sandwich Mfg Co.) - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-412)
(2.) Gale 011A - - 9.75". Good+. (R1-193)

0685. Lot of three:
(1.) 234 (orphan) - - 9" oddball with seven openings. Pitted. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) 270 (orphan) - - 6.5" oddball with two pegs and slot for fastening to frame of the equipment. Good++. (not listed, no info found)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9.75" Good++. (not listed, no info found)

0686. P4185 (Cockshutt Plow Co. - Brantiford, Ontario, Canada) - -10.5" octagon hub type wrench. Good++. (R1-107)

PiCs Lots 673 thru 686

Adjustable Nut Wrenches - Fourth Group (lots 687 thru 736)

Includes several buggy, bicycle, pocket and motorcycle wrenches

0687. LAROCK WRENCH 3/4 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 12.25" compound leverage tongs type wrench. Patent was granted to John La Rock of Chicago, Illinois. Rare wrench Exce3llent condition. (not listed)  PAT

0688. Whitman & Barnes logo - PAT. APR. 19, 98 - - 6.5" Knife type wood handled center adjust wrench with reversible serrated lower jaw inserts. Design patent for the jaw inserts was issued to Henry J. Martin of Chicago. Scarce small size. Good+ with a couple small tight handle cracks, small hole in adjusting nut? (S864)  PAT.

0689. E. RIPLEY PATENT APRIL 7, 1857 (same markings on both side) - - 12" combination hammer screwdriver, and rack type quick adjust wrench. Very early version of Ripley's patent. Good++. (S824)  PAT

0690. Boston Wrench / Patent Dec 5, 1876 - - 10" center screw adjust nut and pipe wrench with open loop handle and serrated jaws. Patented by Daniel C. Stillson of Somerville, Mass/ (inventor of the Stillson pipe wrench). Good++, weak markings but readable. (see Cope pg 74)  PAT

0691. J. A. HENCKELS SOLINGEN (with a logo of two men) - - 10" rack type lever quick adjust nut wrench. Excellent. (S500)

0692. PAT SEPT 20, 1921 - HANDEHAND - MFD BY H & E WRENCH CO. NEW BEDFORD, MASS.- - 10.25" helical screw quick adjust nut wrench. Patentees were Edwin J. Evans and George E. Hemphill both of Salt Lake City, Utah. Excellent. (S496).  PAT

0693. "REX" - AUBURN N.Y. - PAT JUNE 5, 1894 - - 15" scarce lever operated rack wrench. Patented by Charles Van De Water of Auburn, New York as a pipe or nut wrench. Good+ with weak markings, most not readable. (S716, C313)  PAT.

0694. GRIPIO - PATENT NO. 103834 - R.K.M. (in a oval logo) - - 6.5" rack type quick adjust pipe wrench with unique shaped lower jaw assembly. British patent was issued to Lindblom Hjalmar on Feb. 6, 1917.  PAT

0695. M. SCHWENDNER - WARRANTED / READING PA. U.S.A - PAT APL'D - - 9.5" quick adjust pipe wrench with distinctive patterned hatchet type handle. Patented Sep. 03, 1907 by Max Schwendner of Reading, PA. Rare wrench in Good++ condition.. (not listed)  PAT

0696. PAT JUNE 26, 1855 - - 10" 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

0697. 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+, handle has been refinished. (S557)  PAT

0698. Marked only PAT. APL. - - 9" rack type quick adjust nut wrench with super fine rack teeth. 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++ with small drilled hang hole?. (not in Schulz, C276)  PAT.

0699. FOOTPRINT - MADE IN ENGLAND (foot print logo) / PATT. 698 - - 12" adjustable pliers type wrench with screwdriver or pry bar end. Good+, as found, rusty uncleaned condition.

0700. PROV. PAT. 25870/44 / NEC - - 9" all metal turn handle to adjust wrench. Good+. (not listed, no info found)

0701. TOTEM - STRIEBY & FOOTE CO. - NEWARK, N.J. U.S.A. . PAT. APL'D FOR - -14" self adjust pipe wrench with unusual divided lower jaws. Patented by William W. Whittemore on Oct. 22, 1907. First one we have listed. Excellent. (C293)  PAT

PiCs Lots 687 thru 701

0702. Unmarked - - 6" all metal 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 on June 8, 1880. Advertised as the "Rapid Transit Wrench". as produced by the Standard Tool Co. and the Athol Machine Co. of Athol, Mass. Good++ with minor jaw edge dings. (S526, C46)  PAT.

0703. Unmarked - - 9" all metal sturdily made turn handle to adjust wrench. Good+, jaws sprung.

0704. Marked only: "14" (David Bradley) - - 9.5" all malleable sliding wedge adjust alligator wrench. This one is the smooth jawed nut wrench version. Pat 1-6-1891 by Theodore Vandegrift of Shelbyville, Indiana and mfg. by the Vandegrift Mfg Co of Shelbyville, Indiana. Listed in David Bradley Farm Equipment Parts Lists. Good++ with traces of original black finish. (S546)  PAT.

0705. Marked only: "11" (David Bradley) - - 8" all malleable sliding wedge adjust alligator wrench with smooth jaws like Lot 704 above except smaller size. Good+ with some pitting. (S546)

0706. WEBB & HILDRETH CO / PAT. FEB. 6, 06 - DEC. 17, O7 - - 6.5". Self adjust wrench with serrated jaw inserts for pipe or nuts. Mfg. in Gloversville, New York and patented by William Webb and Warnie Hildreth of Gloversville. Scarce small size. Good++. (S1069)  PAT and  PAT

0707. BURSTON / BRITISH PATENT 384468 - 26-1-32 - - 8" all metal nut wrench with a novel eccentric cam and spring loaded lower jaw adjustment. Good++. (S749)

0708. Unmarked (Baxter's "S" Model Wrench) - - 6". Applicable patent was issued to William Baxter on Dec. 1, 1868. Thicker than usually seen Good+ with a few dings. (S305)  PAT

0709. HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / Patented Feb 21 - 1922 - 6 - - 6.5" wood handled self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Scarce wood handled variant. Good+. (S361)  PAT.

0710. Unmarked - - 5.5" miniature English Coach type wrench with octagon handle. Good+.

0711. Only marked STEEL and P. B. (n a triangle logo) - - 5" all metal center screw adjust bike or pocket wrench with back edge that extends beyond the adjustable jaws. Good++.

0712. HUE (inside horseshoe logo) PATENT HUBER NO. 1 - MADE IN GERMANY - - 6" all metal shim adjust nut wrench. Excellent.

0713. Unmarked - - 6" all metal curved handle quick adjust nut wrench with sliding jaw and locking wedge. Good++.

0714. AUTOETTE - PAT. NO. 135069/19 - - 6" quick adjust bike or pocket wrench with novel lower sliding jaw with rack teeth. English patent was granted to H. H. Gander and J. Knowles on Feb. 11, 1919. Good++.  PAT.

0715. GEO. LOLARK - BOSTON - - 3" miniature center screw adjust nut wrench Like Tower & Lyons Gem Wrench but with markings I have never seen before. Good++ with most of the original plating.

0716. INDIAN MOTOCYCLES - - 6" flat steel with two opens by single open end, Some pitting.

0717. Lot of four: Flat Steel Motorcycle Wrenches
(1.) YAMAHA - 10 -12 - - 4.5" doe.
(2.) YAMAHA - 22 -29 - - 7.25" double hex ends,
(3.) KAWASAKI - 19 - - 6.5" soe.
(4.) KAWASAKI - 14 - 17 - - 5.5" doe.

0718. Lot of two: Ratchet Wrenches
(1.) UNIQUE / WILL B. LANE - CHICAGO, ILL USA - PAT. JAN. 14, 08 - - 7" reversible ratcheting screwdriver. Patent was issued to James P. Bartholomay of Roxbury, Mass. . Excellent.  PAT
(2.) Marked only PAT APPL'D - - 7" ratchet with open loop handle and five geared hex socket inserts. Good++.

0719. P. LOWENTRAUT MANUF'R - NEWARK, NJ / PAT'D DEC. 25, 1877 - - 11" monkey wrench and brace combination tool. Unlike the Johnson/Lowentraut brace-wrench the handle can't be adjusted to the on line position and there is no provision for a screwdriver in the handle. Patent was issued Sylvanus Edward Robinson of Newark, New Jersey. Good+ with a crack and chip missing on the wooden swivel handle, stamped initials "JM". (S51)  PAT

0720. Marked only PAT'D JUNE 16, 1896 - - 7.25" Quick adjust nut wrench attachment for a brace with the original box. Box is marked: ONE COOLIDGE WRENCH - MAMUFACTURED BY THE HUDSON PARER CO,. LEOMINISTER, MASS - LIVINGSTON NAIL CO,. SOLE AGENTS - 104 READE STREET, NEW YORK. Patent was issued to Henry Coolidge of East Jaffrey, NH. Wrench is in Excellent Like New condition, Cardboard box has some minor damage mostly to the sides of the lid. (not in Schulz, C132)  PAT.

PiCs Lots 702 thru 720

0721. Unmarked - - 12" twist handle monkey wrench like the Acmes but with the adjusting nut on the top rather than the bottom. Listed as "Coach Wrenches" in old English catalogs. Good++.

0722. Unmarked - - 10.75" early all metal twist handle to adjust coach wrench with octagon shaped handle. Excellent.

0723. PAT APR 14-96 - NO. 2 - - 11.5" plier like buggy wrench with wooden spinner knob. Original label reads: PERFECTION WAGON WRENCH - NO. 2 - PATENTED. Patented by George E. Wood of Southington, Conn. Excellent, label is easily read. Amazing that the label survived at all. (S224, R1-377)  PAT.

0724. PAT SEPT 21, 86 - 2 - - 7.5" 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+, weak markings, not all readable. (S228, R1-201)  PAT

0725. 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 with most of the original black finish. (S226, C258)  PAT

0726. Lot of two: Fits All type wagon or buggy wrenches. One appears to be shop made and the other a traditional buggy wrench on the other end. Good++.(S201)

0727. Lot of two:
(1.) 9N17014 FORD (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 28 (with a "M" in a circle logo - - 10.5". double open ended forged wrench. Excellent.
(2.) FORDSON (with snail logo) - - 10" S-handled Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good++. (S756, R1-180)

0728. EDSTROM (in script) MILWAUKEE, WIS. / PAT 1-2-23 & 6-9-23 OTHER PATS PEND - - 9" quick adjust wrench with rack teeth on sliding upper jaw and a spring loaded release lever. Patented by Otto Edstrom of Cary, Illinois (later patent lists Chicago as his residence). Good with overall pitting and light grind marks. (S489, C127)  PAT and  PAT

0729. POLLOCKS "AUTOMATIC" PATENT PENDING - WISCONSIN STAMPED STEEL CO, - MADISON, WISC - - 9.5" all metal lever operated rack type quick adjust nut wrench. Good++. (S707, patent not found)

0730. ROGERS COMBINATION WRENCH - SIZE 14 / DROP FORGED & HARDENED - PAT. PENDING - - 15" all metal self adjust wrench with removable reversible jaws and a pry bar end. First one I've seen. Excellent, uncleaned condition. (not listed, no info found).

0731. Unmarked (Triplet Wrench) - - 5.5" double ended bicycle or pocket wrench with adjusting bolt and 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 some jaws tip damage. (S106D2)  PAT.

0732. No. 0 - PAT OCT. 27, '03 / BULLARD WRENCH - - 5.5" self adjusting wrench with spring loaded pivoting upper and lower jaws. Mfg. by the Bullard Automatic Wrench Co. of Providence, Rhode Island under patents issued to Frank Bullard of Los Angeles, CA. on July 7,1903. Nice small, pocket size in Good++ condition. (like S659)  PAT

0733. LOCK LINE - ROSS MFG CO, S. F. - US PATENT 2,370,308- - 8" cam action pliers with a wire cutter mfg. in San Francisco, Calif. and patented by Abraham Hanson, Monrovia, Calif. on Feb. 27, 1945. Good++. (S267)  PAT.

0734. TRIMO COMBINATION WRENCH PAT APPLIED FOR (with Trimo 1888 trademark logo) - - 10" wood handled monkey wrench with pipe and nut jaws. Has a threaded shaft and knurled adjusting sleeve and a set screw to adjust pipe jaw movement. Mfg. by Trimont Mfg. Co. of Roxbury, Mass. and patented 3-13-1894 by Edward Ely of Boston. One of the rarer Trimont wrenches. Good+ with what looks like an older user made replacement handle. (S579)  PAT

0735. ANY ANGLE WRENCH - PATENT NOV1916 - LIMA., O. USA / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 8.5" Crescent type with an adjustable angle head. Mfg. by Atco Wrench Co. and patented by Ramson Bovee 11-21-1916. Good+, light grind marks on jaw edge. (S311)  PAT.

0736. PAT. JUNE 20, 1899 - - 6.75" plier like tool patented by William H. Edwards of Rockford, Illinois as an "Adjustable Nut Cracker" but the patent specifications note it could be used as a pipe wrench. Excellent.  PAT

PiCs Lots 721 thru 736

Eccentric Selection of Farm and Misc. Wrenches, Tools and Related Antiques (lots 637 thru 757)

0737. Lot of Three:
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6" cast Y-shaped wrench with three square sockets. Excellent
(2.) USMC (United Shoe Machinery Co.) MADE IN U.S.A. - 51 - - 8.5" harness and shoe lasting pliers with hammer and nail claw. Good++.
(3.) H. M. CHRISTENSEN - BROOHTON (sic, Brockton), MASS / OCT. 25, 1887 - WHITCHER - - 8.5" harness and shoe lasting pliers with hammer and nail claw. Patented by Frank W. Whitcher of Boston, Mass. Good+.  PAT.

0738. MARBLE'S - GLADSTONE, MICH. U.S.A - NO. 5 - - 11.5" wooden handle hatchet. Handle shows wear and some minor cracks, head is polished.

0739. BUFFUM TOOL CO - LOUISIANA, MO - - 9" all metal screwdriver with fluted handle (similar to the Fordson screwdriver). Good+, some hammer mushrooming.

0740. HANDY BEER TAP WRENCH - FRISBIE & WRIGHT - KEWAUNEE, WIS. / PAT. PEND. - - 10.75" face spanner type. Excellent with original finish. (patent not found).

0741. Unmarked - - 7.5". Brass with steel blade and wooden handle cork borer sharpener Just the tool you need if your cork bored is dull. Good++>

0742. NEW HAVEN CONN. - OEM - - 9" by 9" six function star shaped bung wrench. Good+.

0743. MOORE & KLING INC. - BOSTON MASS - - 8.25" six function odd shaped bung wrench. Excellent.

0744. BERGMAN TOOL CO. - BUFFALO NY - - 6" all metal, vise like, hollow handle tool holder with seven bits in handle. Good++.

0745. Lot of two:
(1.) ROWE / PATENTED - - 11.5" horseshoe calk pliers type wrench. Excellent.
(2.) ROWE RING-POINT - PATENT APPLIED FOR - IN with arrow / OUT with arrow - - 12" horseshoe calk wrench. Excellent.

0746. Lot of two:
(1.) CLARK BROTHERS - AUGUSTA, WIS - - 9.75" all metal advertising crow bar. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 7.5" corn shock tier. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 737 thru 746

0747. Lot of two: Brass Hanging Scales
(1.) CHATILLON'S IMPROVED CIRCULAR SPRING BALANCE TO WEIGH 120 LB -MILK SCALE - - 14.5"
(2.) CHATILLON MILK SCALE - CAPACITY 60 x 1/16 LBS - - 11".

0748. MORRISON BROS - DUBUQUE, IA - - 11" cast marking gauge, probably for bulk tank trucks? Morrison started out making steam boilers in 1853. later producing tanks and equipment for the oil business. Nicely repainted and mounted on a display board.

0749. DEERE & MANSUR COMPANY - MOLINE, ILL (with Deere logo) / PATENTED NOV. 28, 1883 - REISSUED JULY 23, 1895 - Y2678-B - - 10" cast planter box and lid

0750. Lot of two: Brass Hanging Scales
(1.) CHATILLON'S IMPROVED CIRCULAR SPRING BALANCE TO WEIGH 30 LB -MILK SCALE - - 10.75"
(2.) C. FORSCHNER'S IMPROVED CIRCULAR SPRING BALANCE TO WEIGH 120 LB - - 13"

PiCs Lots 747 thru 750

0751. Lot of three: Stove or Range Tools
(1.) GENUINE MONARCH / BEAVER DAM, WIS - 229CH - - 7.25" shaker handle.
(2.) WINDSOR / AOAK SHAKER NO. 10461? - - 11.5" Painted black
(3.) BENNETT - - 10" lid lifter. Plated finish.

0752. Lot of three: All Metal fluted handled screwdrivers (similar to the Fordson screwdrivers). One 10" BILLINGS & SPENCER, One 9.5" VLCHEK, and one 8.5" FAIRMOUNT CLEVELAND.

0753. Lot of eight: Corn Husking Tools, including several shop made pegs made from bone, wood or metal and a corn shock tier.

0754. Lot of six: Misc. iron items including a clamp like What's It marked RSA in big bold letters, and another What's It marked K-POSITIVE - PATENTED JUNE 21, 04. Also a shop forged hitching post ring and a factory made log dog.

0755. Lot of three: Household Tools
(1.) LAWSON-LAUGHLIN SPECIIATY CO. - CHICAGO, ILL - PAT'D MAY 12, 1908 - 11" odd coiled spring meat tenderizer marketed as the "Sanitary Steak Shreader". Patented by Richard Lawson of Effinghan, Illinois.  PAT.
(2.) KEENKUTTER - - 6" cast can opener.
(3.) Marked only BRITISH MADE - - 6" cast can opener.

0756. Lot of Six: Misc. Brass, Etc. Items. Including two brass IHC Cream Separator parts: 6189 and 10134C, both with an IHC logo; a brass hinged What's It marked GREATHER DAYTON. O; three brass window opener stick ends?; a cast iron round weight for a cream separator, marked DE LAVAL 48 SWINGS PER MIN.

0757. Lot of Four: Misc. Items. Including pipe wrench and Crescent type wrench belt buckles, a GEI-93402 wrench shaped cigarette lighter and a model locomotive and two cars mounted on a railroad spike.

PiCs Lots 751 thru 757

H. D. Smith Perfect Handle Tools (lots 758 thru 767)

Twenty Three H. D. Smith Patents can be found on DATAMP.  PAT.

0758. Lot of two: Perfect Handle Monkey Wrenches
(1.) 18" wooden handle also marked M. & ST. L. (Minneapolis And St. Louis Railroad). Fair condition.
(2.) 15" all metal marked: "PERFECT HANDLE" - TRIMONT MFG. CO. - ROXBURY MASS. USA and NYC (New York Central Railroad). Good+.

0759. 3/4 THE H.D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 11" single open ended wood handled wrench. Good.

0760. 5/8 THE H.D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 9.25" single open ended wood handled wrench. Good+.

0761. 1" THE H.D. SMITH & CO. / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED also marked: BROWN & SHARPE MFG. CO. - PROVIDENCE, R. I. - - 8.25" single open ended wood handled wrench. Good+ with some grind marks on the jaws.

0762. "PERFECT HANDLE" - THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- PAT. MAY 28, 07 - CONN. U.S.A. - - 10" ball peen hammer. Patent issued to William S. Ward of Plantsville, Conn. Metal is Good++.  PAT.

0763. Lot of two:
(1.) PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED / THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA - - 13". Listed in catalog as No. 650 "Perfect Handle" Valve Lifter. Lever has the wood slab handles. Patented by William S. Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. on Oct. 16, 1917. Good+.  PAT
(2.) THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 13" 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. shaft is bent and end has been modified to be used as a nail puller.  PAT

0764. Lot of six: Knife Type Wooden Handled Screwdrivers. Four H. D. Smith Perfect Handle including one "winged type" and one "S" indented panel type and the two smaller ones marked GERMANY

0765. THE H.D. SMITH & CO. - 14 IN / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 14" pipe wrench. Good++ except for some grind marks on the lower jaw shaft.

0766. THE H.D. SMITH & CO.- - 18 IN / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 18" pipe wrench. Good+.

0767. THE H. D. SMITH & CO.- 8 IN / PERFECT HANDLE PATENTED - - 8" "S" curved handle Crescent type wrench. Patents by William S. Thomson of Plantsville, Conn. of May 13, 1913 and Jan. 15, 1915 apply. Good+. (S306)  PAT

PiCs Lots 758 thru 767

Combination Wrenches-Tools and Fencing Tools - Second Group (lots 768 thru 791)

0768. Lot of three: Revolving Head Dogbone Wrenches
(1.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO USA / NO. 1999 "MULTISOCKET - - 10". Good++. (S288)
(2.) PAT. - THE HANDEE / MANSFIELD, OHIO - - 8". Good+.
(3.) PAT. - THE HANDEE / MANSFIELD, OHIO - - 7". Good+.

0769. Lot of two: Combination Tools
(1.) BARCALO BUFFALO USA - PAT D111564 - - 6.5" with a hammer, screwdriver, jar, bottle and can openers, etc. Patented 10-4-1938 by Ernest Cullen (San Diego, Calif.) as a "Combination Kitchen Tool". Good++. (not listed)  PAT.
(2.) VULCAN AUTO TOOL - PATENT PENDG / J H WILLIAMS & CO - BROOKLYN, NY USA - - 7.5" combination tool with at least twelve functions inc. a hammer, alligator wrench, screwdriver, bottle opener, etc. Good++. (S66, C337)

0770. B. BOARDMAN &: CO. - NORWICH, CT. / PAT MAY 30, 65 - JULY 10, 66 (with a three linked oval logo) - - 6" 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. Spoke wrench jaws are missing. (S788, C72)  PAT  and  PAT

0771. Lot of two: Combination Tools
(1.) MADE IN GERMANY - - 6" plier type combination tool with hatchet, hammer, screwdriver and tack puller claw. Good++.
(2.) FAMOUS 8 IN 1 / STEGER SALES CORP SOLE DIST'B'RS TULSA OKLA - - 8" combination plier tool with hammer, nail claw, screwdriver, open end wrenches, etc. Patented as a "Wire Stretcher Tool" by James O. Smith of Mounds, Oklahoma on Dec. 17, 1929. Some pitting, not all markings readable. (S1095)  PAT

0772. M. YOUNG PAT. / MAY 1876 - - 6.5" household combination tool. Includes a hammer, tack holder/puller, stove lid lifter, pot lifter, carpet stretcher, etc. Patented by Martin Young of New York, NY on May 30, 1876. Excellent.  PAT

0773. RED VIKING BOX 228 BLOOMFIELD, IND - PAT PEND. - - 11" combination fencing type tool with hatchet, hammer, plier wrench, screwdriver, etc. Excellent with original red finish.

0774. FARMER'S EVER-READY TOOLKIT / DROP FORGED STEEL - - 11.5" combination fencing tool inc. hatchet, hammer, alligator wrench, pliers, screwdriver, and more. Excellent. (S803)

0775. THE - TEDDY - SCREWDRIVER / WATERLOO, IA - PAT. APL'D FOR - - 9" John Morris' combination alligator wrench, hammer and screwdriver. Excellent.

0776. BONNEY TOMAHAWK / FORGED TOOL STEEL (John Morris Pat of July 19, 1898 probably applies) - - 12.25" hatchet combination. tool with hammer, pincers, nail claw, screwdriver and leather punch. Good Plus, punch missing, some minor pitting. (like S802)  PAT

0777. Unmarked - - 9" cast combination tool with alligator type wrench, hammer, snow knocker, and screwdriver. Good++.

0778. NEVER STALL / PATENTED - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 10.25" combination tool with adjustable wrench, pliers, screwdriver, nail claw, hammer head, Etc. Made at various times by Mathews, Forshee Mfg, and Thomas Mfg. Co. all of Dayton, Ohio. Good++. This is the set screw variant but the set screw is missing. (S818, C213)  PAT

0779. Lot of two: P. LOWENTRAUT NEWARK, NJ / TERRITORIES FOR SALE BY S. J. JOHNSTON, LEESBURG, VA - PAT. DEC 4, 1894. - - 12.75" combination tools with adjustable monkey wrench, and brace. Patented by Samuel J. Johnston of Leesburg, Virginia. Both are missing the handle with the screwdriver on the end. (S55)  PAT

PiCs Lots 768 thru 779

0780. Unmarked - - 13" combination pliers type fencing tool with hammer and wire cutter. Good+ with some minor dings. (Smith No. 78)

0781. Unmarked - - 8.5" combination pliers, tack hammer and puller. Similar but slightly different than Jacob Souders' Oct. 4. 1887 patent (se Lot 782 below). Handle has a weld repair.

0782. PAT. OCT. 4, '87 - - 8.5" combination pliers, tack hammer and puller. Patented by Jacob Souders of Greentown, Ohio. Good+ with some light pitting.  PAT

0783. THE AMERICAN - PATENT / APL'D FOR - COMBINATION - - 9.5" cast household combination tool with two plier jaws, pot lifter, etc. similar but much rarer than the Handy No. 3 combination tool (see S813). Excellent.

0784. PAT MAY 16, 1871 / WARRANTED MALLEABLE IRON - - 9.5" combination wrenches including buggy wrench jaws, pliers, cutter, etc. Patented by George Capewell of Cheshire Conn.. Mr. Capewell later founded the Capewell Horse Shoe Nail Company. Some pitting, bolt and spring are new replacements, sc/dr bit missing, not all markings are readable. (S810)  PAT

0785. MEDHUS-PIHL MFG CO - HASTING, MINN - PAT APR 3, 06 - - 8.5" combination pivoting head tool with nipper and plier jaws. Patented by Ole Medhus of Faribault, Minnesota. Black finish. Good++. (S280)  PAT

0786. Lot of two: 4" and 6" models of Crescent's combination folding handle screwdriver and hammer tool. Marked: CRESCENT TOOL CO. JAMESTOWN, NY / (4 or 6) IN. PATENTED. Patented Feb. 6, 1917 by John Emil Johnson of Jamestown, NY. 6" is Good++. 4" is Good+.  PAT

0787. Lot of two: 4" and 6" models of Crescent's combination folding handle screwdriver and hammer tool. Like above but older versions marked PATENT PENDING with old Crescent Tool Co. logos. Good with weak markings.

0788. ENGELSWERK - SOLINGEN, GERMANY / EMANELO CIGAR - - 6" combination hatchet, hammer, two wire cutters, screwdriver, pliers, nipper, and nail claw. Unusual to see advertising on this type tool. Good++ with most of the original finish.

0789. Unmarked - - 6.25" all metal hollow handle hex socket driver with four sockets in handle. Good++.

0790. Unmarked - - 10" odd cast hammer with a hook extension, Box opener tool? Painted.

0791. Unmarked - - 13.5" plier type combination tool with a hammer head, screwdriver and nail claw. Good++.

PiCs Lots 780 thru 791

Assorted Wrenches, Etc.- Farm. Adjustable, Shop Made, Oddball (lots 792 thru 802)

0792. W. THOMPSON - TREMOUN T, O. / PAT'D MAR. 19, 1895 - - 8.5" pliers type combination tool with flat plier jaws for nuts, etc., a pipe wrench with a serrated curved jaw, wire cutter, nail puller, screwdriver and a hammer. I've seen several of the small tong like pliers marked with this patent but this is the first large one that looks like the patent drawing I have seen. Good++. (S930)  PAT

0793. CRONK (Cronk and Carrier - Elmira, NY) - - 8.75" combination wrench with a sliding quick adjust alligator wrench on one end and a hex box wrench on the opposite end. Patent issued to William Cronk of Montour Falls, NY on Oct. 22, 1912. Excellent. (S29)  PAT

0794. C. B. HALSTEAD - PAT. NOV. 3O, 80 - - 7" livestock plier type emasculator. Patent was granted to Charles B. Halstead of Rantoul, Illinois. Inventor states that this is a less painful instrument then those being used. I'll take his word for it. Good with some pitting.  PAT

0795. ANDRIX - ADRIAN, MICH. USA - - 9" sliding wedge quick adjust nut wrench. Good++ with a spot of pitting. (not listed)

0796. Lot of six: Unusual Forged Wrenches. Some shop made.
(1.) C. SCHMITZ - 1908 - - 6.5" single ended alligator wrench. See No. 6 below.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5" flat steel alligator by open end with two square cutouts.
(3.) Unmarked - - 8.25" shop made single ended alligator wrench.
(4.) NO. 1 WORLD'S CHAMPION . FASTNUT - REG. PAT. NO. 194041 - - 6.75" with odd jaw opening. British patent for "Improvements in Fixed Jaw Spanners " was granted to Walter Herbert Cook on March 8, 1923. Excellent.  PAT
(5.) BONNEY VISE & TOOL WORKS INC. - ESTABLISHED 1876 - PHILA - - 5.25" double ended alligator wrench.
(6.) C. SCHMITZ - DEC. 4, 1908 - - 11.5" closed type alligator wrench for horse shoe calks?. No information found on the two C. Schmitz wrenches. Dec. 4, 1908 is not a patent date, they might be shop made marked with the maker's name and date he made them.

0797. Lot of two:
(1.) ECONOMY STOVE CO. - CLEVELAND, 0 - - 4". Neat small cast four opening wrench. Excellent.
(2.) FITS-ALL - 1/4" TO 1" - TRADEMARK - PAT. PENG. / FITS-ALL - 1/4" TO 1" - MADE IN USA - - 6" dogbone type wrench with eight openings. Good++ with original finish. (S889)

0798. WORCESTER - M371 / WORCESTER - - 10". Rathbone attributes this wrench to the Richardson Mfg. Co. of Worcester, Mass. Excellent. (R1-396, R1-498)

0799. WALDRON (orphan)- - 7". Older looking cast wrench. I couldn't find any information on Waldron, first one, I've seen. Good++. (not in Rathbone)

0800. Lot of five: Assorted Older Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "11" (orphan) - - 6" square box by open end S-wrench. Excellent (not listed)
(2.) Unmarked (Deere H68) - - 6.25" doe cast wrench with center rib. This guy was hiding when I cataloged the Deere wrenches. Some pitting. (D328)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 4.25". Odd and fancy cast oe by hook spanner? Excellent.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.75" older looking cast wrench. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked - - 6" doe-s wrench. Shop made from a file.

0801. Lot of four: Mechanic's Wrenches
(1.) SNAP-ON S8272 - 1-1/4 - - 1/2" drive open end crow foot wrench.
(2.) SNAP-ON S8175 - 1-3/8 - - 1/2" drive open end crow foot wrench.
(3.) SNAP-ON S8662A - 1-5/16 - - 1/2" drive open end crow foot wrench.
(4.) BLACKHAWK 152 - - 8 drain plug wrench with seven sizes.

0802. Lot of two: Interesting Older Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 8.5" single open ended alligator wrench. Shop made? Some hammer damage on one edge.
(2.) YORK M. CO. - - 11.5" ancient looking double opened S-wrench. Excellent. (not listed, no info found)

PiCs Lots 792 thru 802

Automotive Wrenches and Related Items - First Group (lots 803 thru 825)

0803. REDA MFG. CO. 770E PKWAY, BRKLYN. N.Y. - PAT. PEND. / FOR HUB CAPS - - 15" universal adjustable hub cap wrench that's suppose to fit most of the early screw on hubcaps including special odd ones like Hudson, Peerless (and others with two holes on the top), Packard, Rickenbacker etc. Excellent. Maybe missing part?

0804. SYRACUSE WRENCH CO. - SYRACUSE N.Y. - - 13.5" valve grinder. Neat mechanical action. Good++, painted black.

0805. Lot of two: Valve Lifter Tools. Both are missing the hook and chain.
(1.) MACK (in script) (Mack Trucks - Allentown, Penn.) - - 12". Excellent.
(2.) FLEXIBLE VALVE REMOVER / PAT OCT. 22, 1907 - - 12". Patent granted to Harry Z. White of Buffalo, New York. Excellent.  PAT

0806. ALL POWER DELUX PISTON GROOVE CLEANER - - MFG. BY ALL POWER MFG. CO. LA - CALIF. PAT. PEND. - - 11". Excellent with plated finish. (patent not found)

0807. Lot of two:
(1.) SNUBBER ADJUSTER - 1 - - 11.5" odd two prong tool for adjusting snubbers?? Excellent with original black finish. (not listed, no info found)
(2.) 16B8350 (with CMP logo) (orphan) - - 10.5" hubcap type wrench. Good+, some edge dings.

0808. WIRE WHEEL CORP OF AMERICA - BUFFALO NY 6505-B - - 14.5" hubcap wrench with remover lever and a brass instruction plate. Good++, some hammer dings on handle shaft edge, some original black finish.

0809. THE GEM - - 11.25" all metal double jaw automotive type adjustable wrench with nut and pipe wrench jaws and a tire tool end. Good++. (S58)

0810. DMP-12 - HKP (H. K. Porter) - PORTER-FERGUSON - - 10" odd automobile body shop drip edge forming pliers for repairing the channel along the roof of old cars. Good++. See lot 824 for an identical tool made by Fairmount.

0811. Cadillac (script) with Billing's "B" in as triangle logo - -10" double open ended wrench. Good+.

0812. E. M. F. Co. Detroit - A1308 (Everett-Metzger-Flanders, Studebaker after 1910) - - 7" hex socket and two prong valve port cap wrench. Excellent.

0813. PIERCE (with arrow logo) - - 7" BILLINGS Model "E" center screw adjusting wrench. Excellent with some of the original black finish.

PiCs Lots 803 thru 813

0814. Lot of five: Misc. Automobile Items
(1.) TIRE CARRIER WRENCH / 678225 (with backward "S" logo) (Studebaker Truck wrench) - - 9" Good++.
(2.) FORD GASOLINE GAUGE / THE IVORY TOWER - "TALLEST CABIN IN THE WORLD" - 17 MILES WEST OF SISSETON S. DAKOTA - - 15" wooden advertising Ford Model "T" fuel gauge. Excellent.
(3.) VLCHEK - DROP FORGED - 5 AUTO - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 15" automobile type adjustable wrench. Jaws have been modified.
(4.) W. E. ROSEL - COL. O. / 5 I 1 TOOL - PATD JULY 22, 1919 - -7.5" cast combination tool advertised as "a tool Ford Model "t" owners cannot be without". For spark plugs and several other adjustments; ignition gap gauge, screwdriver and alligator wrench. Design patent was granted to William E. Rosel of Columbus, Ohio. Excellent.  PAT
(5.) CELL TESTER - - 13" old time battery tester.

0815. Lot of two:
(1.) MORRISON BROS - DUBUQUE IOWA - - 6" fuel gallon gauge, probably for bulk tank trucks? Morrison started out making steam boilers in 1853. later producing tanks and equipment for the oil business.
(2.) Cutout numbers 1 thru 10 - - 27" gallon gauge for old time hand pump visible gas pumps. The frame around "9" gallon mark is broken.

0816. Unmarked (early Ford, etc.) - - 8" steel hubcap wrench for first Fords and other early automobiles. Sometimes found marked Western-Mott. Excellent.

0817. Lot of seven: Tire Tools. Will be sold choice tool.
(1.) FIRESTONE - - 11.5"
(2.) DIAMOND / THE DIAMOND RUBBER CO. - AKRON, OHIO - - 7.25"
(3.) DIAMOND / THE DIAMOND RUBBER CO. - AKRON, OHIO - - 11"
(4.) GOODYEAR - - 9.5". Light pitting.
(5.) DARLING - -9.75". May not be a tire tool, has a different type end than other tire tools seen?
(6.) C & J TIRES / C & J TIRE CO. / INDIANAPOLIS, IND. - - 8.5"
(7.) OVERLAND - - 9.25".

PiCs Lots 814 thru 817

0818. 07342 - - 9.75" long hex socket with a 25" handle. I have been told by Studebaker enthusiasts that this is a Studebaker truck lug wrench. Excellent with weak markings. (not listed)

0819. Marked only PAT. APPLIED FOR - - 15.5" combination tire tool and lug wrench.

0820. WEAVER 1703 - - 13.5" tire tool?

0821. Lot of two: Automobile Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) 55449 (Cadillac?) / ("A" in a circle logo) - - 10.5". Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 10.5". Packard hubcap wrench. Excellent.

0822. Lot of two: Strap type battery carriers. One with advertising: YOUR CO-OP SEVRICE STATION - PENALOSA PH: 4-2061 - BROWN'S SPUR PH; 845W-2 - - 15".

0823. FAIRMOUNT 1071 U.S.A. - - 9.75" odd automobile body shop drip edge forming pliers for repairing the channel along the roof of old cars. Excellent. See lot 810 for an identical tool made by H. K. Porter.

0824. BUCKEYE PAT APLD FOR A3 / C B & F CO SPGD O (Springfield, Ohio) - - 9" combination spark plug wrench and tire tool. Light pitting.

0825. Lot of seven: Early Ford Tools. Will be sold choice tool.
(1.) FORD (script) / 3Z646 M - - 7" soe wrench.
(2.) FORD (script) 5Z153 - - 11.75" L-handled hex socket for crankshaft bearing bolts.
(3.) FORD (script) - 5Z161 (with a Mossberg logo) - - 10: x 11" tee handle hex socket wrench for front and center body bracket nuts and wire wheel lug nuts.
(4.) FORD (script) - T2839 - - 8.5" x 10" tee handle hex socket wrench for 1927 last year Model "T" wire wheel lug nuts.
(5.) Unmarked - - 11.75" L-handled square socket wrench for early Ford main bearing bolts?
(6.) FORD (script) - - 6.5" slip joint pliers with screwdriver end. Good++.
(7.) 620 - FRANK MOSSBERG CO - ATTLEBORO, Mass U.S.A. - - 11" reversible drive ratchet with square socket for Ford Model "T" main bearing bolts. Good+.

PiCs Lots 818 thru 825

Adjustable Nut Wrenches - Fifth Group (lots 826 thru 842)

0826. KONGSSBERG NO. 91 - SMIDD STAL-36 M/M-3/4" MUFFE - - 12" wooden handled plier type wrench with threaded shaft and knurled adjusting nut. Good+ with some upper jaw tip damage. (not listed, no info found but looks similar to Swedish Bahco wrench S781)

0827. 14" MAGNUM PIPE WRENCH / 14" MAGNUM TOOL CO - PAT PEND - - 14" self adjust wrench with a pivoting, spring loaded upper jaw that can be set to four different notches on the handle. Patented by Carlos V. St. Claire, San Bernardino, CA. Also found marked MUESCO - HOUSTON, TEXAS VS. MAGNUM PIPE WRENCH. Good++. (S335)  PAT.

0828. Lot of four: Self Adjusting Wrenches.
(1.) Unmarked - - 10" with knurled handle
(2.) TRUTH (The Truth Tool Co. - Mankato, Minn.) - - 7". Listed in 1920's Truth catalogs as a "Pump Nut Wrench" (the longer 11" inch version was listed as a "Hubcap Wrench"). Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked - - 6" odd ball. Thick and stubby.
(4.) STIX-ON WRENCH - TRADE MARK - NO. 2 - 1/2" - 1-1/14" DIA. / EFFICIENCY DEVICE CORP. MANUFACTUURERS - NEW YORK, NY - PAT. AUG. 20 '18 - OTHER PATENTS PENDING - - 8". Patents were issued to William Vivarttas of Weehawken, NJ. on Aug, 20, 1918 and Sept 18, 1923. Also found in a smaller size, or marked Long Island, NY rather than New York, NY. Good++. (S363)  PAT.

0829. UNIVERSAL 10 IN. (etc.) / UNIVERSAL WRENCH CO. - DETROIT - WINDSOR - PATENTED 6-3-19 - 7-22-19 - - 10" Crescent type with a lever to release the adjusting jaw to allow for a ratcheting action. Patented June 3, 1919 by Roland John Statham of Vancouver, British Columbia Canada. The July 22, 1919 patent has not been found. Scarcer large size. Good+. (S530T)  PAT

0830. TRIANGLE ARMORED CABLE TOOL - PATENTS PENDING - - 11.5" complicated pliers type tool for cutting "BX" electrical wire inside flexible steel conduct. Patent issued May 15, 1928 to Florian Froschhauser of Rochelle Park, New Jersey. Looks like there are some parts missing? (S921)  PAT

0831. LEVER WRENCH CO - DULUTH, MINN / HEIMBACK PATENT 1915 - - 10" quick adjust nut wrench with lever and rack teeth. Patented 6-8-1915 by Alton Heimbach of Duluth. Good+ with a drilled hang hole. (S308)  PAT.

0832. 14 HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - - 15" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench with spring loaded jaws. Patented by Frederic Robert of Lynnbrook, Long Island, NY. Excellent. (S361)  PAT

0833. 14 HOE CORP.- POUGHKEEPSIE, NY / PATENTED FEB 21 - 1922 - - 9"" all metal self adjust nut and pipe wrench. A smaller version of Lot 832 above. Excellent (S361)

0834. J. CASPERS PAT APLD' FOR / LANCASTER, WIS. - - 13" plier type horseshoe caulk wrench. Patented May 06, 1913 by Joseph Caspers of Lancaster, Wisc. Good+. (S885)  PAT.

0835. EVANS PAT'D ZIP GRIP - L.A. CALIF. - - 7.5" quick adjust pipe wrench with helical shaft and sliding collar. Patented by Edwin Evans of Venice, California. Excellent. (S537)  PAT

0836. EVANS WRENCH CO - FALL RIVER, MASS - PAT NO. 1728282 - - 7.5" quick adjust nut wrench with helical shaft and brass sliding collar. Excellent and considerably rarer than the Los Angles, California version. Good+. (S537)

0837. "LORVIS" - PAT. NO. 32-48 - MADE BY B.S.A. (Birmingham Small Arms) - 7/16" TO 11/16" - - 10.25" self adjusting nut wrench with a pivoting spring loaded upper jaw. B.S.A. was British manufacturer of military equipment and vehicles and BSA motorcycles.). Only one I have seen, this wrench was purchased at the 2009 Vern Nail auction. Excellent,.

0838. THE SHELBY SPECIALTY CO. - SHELBY, OHIO - PATENTED - - 9" quick adjust combination nut and pipe wrench with rack teeth and a geared screw on a lever that releases the screw for quick adjusting or to remove and reverse the lower jaw assembly for pipe or nut use. Patented Feb. 6, 1917 by Wilbur Upson of Mansfield, Ohio. Good++. (not listed)  PAT

0839. MADE BY THE LOWNES MFG. CO. - HUNTSVILLE, ALA. / PATENTED APRIL 23, 1889 - FEB 10, 1891 - - 9.75" all metal pipe wrench with a rotating center section that allows the upper jaw to be inserted vertically or horizontally. Patents issued to Sidney Cook and Phineas Lownes. Major chip off top jaw. (S612)  PAT

0840. 8 IN GEARENCH (sic) TRADEMARK - FORGED STEEL - PATENTED / GEARENCH MFG CO. - HOUSTON TEXAS - - 8.25" quick adjust patented by Joseph Peterson of College Station, Texas on 6-1-26. Good++. (S671)  PAT.

0841. J. N. HINKLE - NO. 0 / COLUMBUS, OHIO - - 8.5" self adjustable wrench with pivoting upper jaw. Rare wrench epically so in this small size. Good++. (not listed, no info.)

0842. GRIPSO-MATIC PIPE WRENCH BASFORD MANUFACTURING COMPANY - SAN FRANCISCO U.S.A. - PATENT PENDING - - 12.5" quick adjust rack type pipe wrench with a release button. Patented by George Mead of Crows Landing, Calif. Good+. (S673)  PAT

PiCs Lots 826 thru 842

Snow Knockers, Hammers, Nail Pullers, Etc. (lots 843 thru 854)

0843. Marked only ENGLAND - - 4.5" combination farrier's tool with hoof picks, horseshoe calk wrench, etc. Owner identified as produced by K. M. Co. Excellent (not listed , no info found)

0844. Lot of six: Blacksmith Shop Made Snow Knocker Hammers. "Will be sold choice hammer.

0845. SCHILD CUTTER NO. 10 - 16 GAUGE / SCHILD MFG. CO. - MILWAUKEE, WIS. - PATENT PENDING - - 9." sheet metal cutter with hammer head. Good+) (patent not found)

0846. H. M. CHRISTENSEN - BROOHTON (sic, Brockton), MASS / MADE IN U.S.A. - - 9" wooden handled harness and shoe lasting pliers and hammer. Patented by Frank W. Whitcher of Boston, Mass. Excellent.  PAT.

0847. Marked only 260 - - 10" wooden handled harness and shoe lasting pliers and hammer. Good+.

0848. IROQUOIS - - 12" combination hammer, hatchet and nail puller claw box or crate tool. Good, painted black, dings and bruises.

0849. OVB - OUR VERY BEST / H. S. B (Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett Hardware Co. - Chicago, Illinois) - - 11" saddle maker's hammer with tack claw. Good+.

0850. COLUMBIA - A. S. CO. / PATENTED JULY 25, 1883 - - 6.5" combination hammer and tack puller. Patented by George J. Capewell (who also had patents for several wrenches) of Hartford, Conn. Good++.

0851. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 5.5" cast tack puller.
(2.) K-D NO. 90 NAIL PULLER - CAPACITY LIMITED TO 10 PENNY NAILS - K-D MFG. CO. LANCASTER, PA. / PAT. APL'D FOR - - 11" nail puller. Good++.

0852. Lot of two:
(1.) MARDEN & BURGESS - PHILA / PAT'D JUNE 25, 1867 - NO. 1 - - 12" nail puller. Patent was granted to Aaron Marden and Aaron H. Burgess both of Philadelphia, Penn. Good++.  PAT.
(2.) PAT'D OCT. 1, 1918 (with Link Belt's dogbone logo) - - 9.5" cast tack puller. Patented by Fred N. Reynolds of Indianapolis, Ind. as a "Tack Puller, Setter, and Driver" to be used by railroad employees to secure printed cards or paper to the sides of railroad cars. Good++.  PAT.

0853. P. BRYANT - PATENT 1849 - NO.3 - - 18" very early combination nail puller and open ended wrench. Patent granted to Patrick Bryant of Chesterfield of Mass. on April 10, 1849. Good+.  PAT.

PiCs Lots 842 thru 853

0854. Lot of two: Blacksmith's Tools
(1.) THE GREEN RIVER TIRE WHEEL / WILEY & RUSSELL MFG. CO. - GREENFIELD, MASS. - - 7.5" diameter traveler for measuring wheel circumference. Excellent.
(2.) Unmarked - - 13.5" barrel bung auger.

Adjustable Wrenches Including Several Bicycle/Pocket Types - Sixth Group (lots 855 thru 865)

0855. Lot of two:
(1.) COES WRENCH CO. - WORCESTER / L. COES PAT'D MAY 15, 1900 - - 10". Looks like a professionally installed metal handle on a wood handled Coes monkey wrench?
(2.) NOBLESVILLE FDRY & MACH CO. (Foundry & Machine Co.) - NOBLESVILLE , IND - PAT JULY 18, 1882 - - 12" wood handled doubled jaw nut and pipe wrench with center threaded sleeve. Patented by John Sanders of Indianapolis, Indiana. Same wrench was later mfg. by the R. R. Rouse Mfg. Co. of Indianapolis. (like S580, C235) Good with faint markings, some not readable, minor dings and an older user replaced handle.  PAT.

0856. PAT'D JUNE 7TH 1892 (with a "G" in diamond logo)- - 4.5" turn handle to adjust nut wrench with a small bicycle spoke wrench attachment. Made by the Gendron Iron Wheel Co. of Toledo, Ohio. Wrench patent was issued to Peter Gendron of Toledo Good+.  PAT

0857. HERCULES (in a diamond logo) PAT FEB 27, 83 / W. W. W. - CHICAGO - - 4.5" all metal loop handle pre Whitman & Barnes pocket or bike wrench. Patent was granted to Frederick B. Seymour of Detroit, Mich. Good,+.  PAT

0858. 4-6 DIAMOND CALK HORSESHOE CO (with horseshoe and diamond logo) - DULUTH, MINN. / DIAMOND TOOL STEEL, (etc.) - - 6" double ended Crescent type adjustable wrench with 4" and 6" heads. Rare size in the Diamond brand. Good+, some jaw tip damage. (not in Schultz)

0859. PAT. SEPT. 7, '97 - - 5.5" all metal Vandegrift's patented nut wrench. Small size with cutout slots in the cast body. Advertised as "The Monte Pocket Screw Wrench" by the Monte Wrench Co. of Shelbyville, Indiana. Good with some pitting. (C233)  PAT

0860. STEEL BICYCLE / L. & S. CO. (Lamson & Sessions) - CLEVELAND, 0- - 5.75" Wood handled center screw adjust bike wrench. Good, adjusting nut has been ground, some pitting, poor handle. (S104)

0861. 6" COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - TRADEMARK - REG. U. S PAT. OFF./ PAT MAY 2, 1916 - MADE IN CHICAGO - - 6" self adjust nut wrench. Design patent was issued to Walter W. Taylor, Chicago, ILL. Good++. (similar to S320, C283)  PAT.

0862. DEPOSEE ACIER GARANT - - 4.25" twin jawed center screw adj nut wrench. Good Plus with some light grind marks on jaw face. (not listed)

0863. MADE FOR POPE MFG CO - BILLINGS & SPENCER - HARTFORD, CONN. (with the "B" in a diamond logo) / C. E. BILLINGS - PAT FEB. 18, 1879 - - 5" center screw adjust bike wrench with one open side. Patented by Charles E. Billings of Hartford, Conn. Good++ with some of the original plating, jaws slightly sprung. (not listed)  PAT.

0864. BARNES TOOL CO. / PAT'D 1886 - IMP'D 1892 - DROP FORGED STEEL - - 5.5" all metal Coes type screw adjust nut wrench with unique split handle. Patented by John Ryan of New York, NY on 4-3-1886 and 5-31-1892. Good++. (S101)  PAT and  PAT

0865. Lot of three: Bicycle or Pocket Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 3.75" center screw adjust with skeleton handle. Advertised in 1897 by Peck, Stow & Wilcox as the "Star Bicycle Wrench". Good++. (S104)
(2.) Unmarked - - 5" threaded shaft bike wrench with a over sized adjusting nut. Good++.
(3.) STAHL - -4.25" center screw bike or pocket wrench. Pitted on one side.

PiCs Lots 854 thru 865

Farm Related Wrenches - Fifth Group (lots 866 thru 902)

0866. 2763 (orphan) - - 17" with bold raised markings. Good++, as found, not cleaned. (not listed no info found)

0867. Lot of two:
(1.) PEORIA / D1003 (Peoria Drill & Seeder Co., Peoria, ILL.) - - 7.5". Good+. (R1-376)
(2.) MORRISON 260 (Morrison Mfg. Co. - Fort Dodge, Iowa) - - 10". Some pitting.. (R1-340)

0868. 5548T with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.75". Early Case Threshing Machine wrench. Good+. (R1-81)

0869. DREDNAUT / ST JOSEPH, MICH. - - 6" double hex box end. Good++. (R1-151)

0870. BURGESS / ST. JOSEPH, MICH. - - 6". Same wrench as Lot 869 above Marked "Drednaut" instead of "Burgess". Good++. (Not in Rathbone, see R1-151)

0871. THE INSURANCE / KK.1753 - - 7". May be an E. C. Simmons (KeenKutter) product. Excellent. (R1-426)

0872. RODERICK LEAN - D44 - 10" by 15" tee socket wrench with center hex . Good+, as found not cleaned. (R1-294)

0873. B.F. AVERY AND SONS / J97 - - 10". Good+. (R1-27)

0874. TIGER (Stoddard, Dayton, Ohio or J. S. Rowell, Beaver Dam. Wisc.) - - 8". With stud variation. Good+ with light pitting. (R1-441

0875. Lot of three:
(1.) 303 (Huber Mfg. Co. - Marion, Ohio) - - 7.25" Huber Steam Engine wrench. Good+, markings aren't real clear. (R3-111
(2.) A34 (Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn.) - - 5.5" pressed steel doe. Good++ but with a drilled hang hole. (R3-154)
(3.) B. CO. / 842 (T. E. Bissell - Elora, Ontario, Canada) - - 9". Light pitting. (R1-29)

0876. N30 (orphan) - - 9". Similar to the 272 wrench. Excellent. (not in Rathbone)

0877. K29 with a "P" in a circle logo (La Crosse Plow Co. - La Crosse, Wisconsin) / (ruler markings) - - 14.25" . Number only variant. Excellent with most of the original paint. (R1-289)

PiCs Lots 866 thru 877

0878. UNIVERSAL HARVESTER CO - WEST MEMPHIS ARKANSAS - STOCKTON CALIFORNIA - - 8" single hex aluminum wrench. Good++. (R1-467)

0879. Z300 (Oliver) - - 9". Excellent. (R1-361)

0880. Lot of two:
(1.) L47 (Moline Plow Co) - - 7.5". Good, weak markings. (R1-333)
(2.) P. P. Co. - 09 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, ILL.) - - 7.75". Good+, some light pitting, painted. (Numbered 09 variation not in Rathbone, see R1-373)

0881. 97 / KNOWLTON (Sycamore, Illinois) - - 8.5" with small hammer head and keyhole opening. Pitting. (R1-286)

0882. Unmarked (Melotte Cream Separator) - - 7.75". Excellent with original black finish. (R1-325, R2-197)

0883. Avery / 251 (Avery Co. - Peoria, ILL) - - 7.25". Good++. (R1-26)

0884. 103 HAWORTH'S / 103 CHECK ROWER - - 7.5", Fork or claw on end variant. Pitting. (R1-227)

0885. Lot of two:
(1.) WORCESTER MFG CO / NO. 17 - - 5.5". The No. 17 marking is different than the one shown in Rathbone. Good++. (No. 17 variant not in Rathbone, see R2-305)
(2.) Unmarked (Pickering) - - 4.5" cast 7/8" single open end wrench with loop handle for adjusting Pickering Steam and Gas Engine Governors. Excellent. (R3-175)

0886. LG276 - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co., acquired from Emerson-Brantingham) - - 8.5". Tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-82)

0887. HUDSON G69 (Hudson Mfg. Co., - Minneapolis, Min.) - - 5.75". Excellent, with original black finish. (R1-244)

0888. 767 (Monitor-Moline) - - 9". The scissor wrench. Good++. (R1-332)

0889. ST. LOUIS WRENCH CO / PATD JAN 27 91 - - 6.5" small size buggy wrench. Patented by John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri. Good++, slightly twisted. (R1-434)  PAT

0890. Lot of five:
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6" doe with center ridge.
(2.) 5 (orphan) - - 7.25"
(3.) M23 (orphan) - - 6.25" with hammer head. Planet Jr. type.
(4.) 3 (orphan) - - 6.25" with hammer head. Planet Jr. type.
(5.) 18 (orphan) - - 8" with six openings. According to Rathbone's Supplement this might be an A. B. Farquhar or South Bend Chilled Plow wrench.

PiCs Lots 878 thru 890

0891. Lot of two:
(1.) T85 (orphan) - - 6.5". Painted.
(2.) No. 888 (orphan) - - 8" oddball open end by hex socket.

0892. Lot of three:
(1.) 3558 (orphan) - - 8" by 11" open end by open end by square socket tee wrench. Excellent.
(2.) CBC 24 (Ohio Cultivator Co. - Bellevue, Ohio) - - 6.5". Good+.
(3.) P1255 (orphan) - - 10" handled square socket. Excellent.

0893. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 10". Excellent.
(2.) 47 / (can't read markings in the reverse side) - - 11". Looks similar to the LeRoy Plow Co, No. 37 wrench. Pitted.

0894. Lot of three:
(1.) Unmarked (oddball)- - 6.25" weird oddball two prong, three opening wrench.
(2.) D35 (orphan) - - 5.5" doe with peg. Painted.
(3.) COUPLING NUT - A-8 - A-72 COVER - - 9.25" hex by double hex. Good+, some weak markings.

0895. Lot of two:
(1.) 541T (orphan) - - 7.5" five opening wrench. Good+.
(2.) N28 - - 8" with two square cutouts variation. Rathbone attributes the N28 wrench to both the American Harrow Co. and Frost & Wood. Good+ (R2-11)

0896. NO. 4 - 1/2 - 5/8 (orphan) - - 12" cast doe-s wrench. Good+.

0897. 2054 (orphan) - - 9.5" Good+.

0898. 18 (orphan) - - 8" doe-s. cast wrench. Good+.

0899. Lot of two:
(1.) 95 - VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND - - 7.5". Some pitting. (R1-475)
(2.) B & H / 1371 (Bickford & Huffman - Macedon, NY) - - 7". Pitted,. (R1-32)

PiCs Lots 891 thru 899

0900. Lot of two:
(1.) LETZ - E782 (Letz Mfg. Co. - Crown Point, Indiana, later Deere) - - 7" Deering pattern. Excellent. (D308)
(2.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO Excellent. (D172)

0901. Unmarked (Deere No. 561-S Deere Gold Medal Cream Separators) - - 6.75" spanner wrench, no hole in handle variation. Good+ with some pitting. (D58)

0902. Unmarked (Waterloo Boy / Deere) - - 5" loop handle screwdriver part No. 8534 for Waterloo Boy Tractors. Excellent. (D106)

International Harvester and Related Companies Wrenches, Etc. - Second Group (lots 903 thru 959)

0903. 248 (IHC/Plano) -- 2.5" cast oil can holder. Four prong variation. Good++.

0904. 3210 with IHC logo (IHC, formerly P&O) - - 3" cast oil can holder. Excellent.

0905. 229 (P&O Riding Cultivator, later IHC) - - 9.75" cast tool box and oil can holder. Excellent.

0906. P20 - C B & Q PLANTER (with large IHC logo (Chambers, Bering, Quinlan Co. - Decatur, Illinois / IHC) - - 9.25" cast planter lid. Excellent.

0907. Lot of six: International Harvester Oil Cans. Will be sold choice can.
(1.) IHC Part No. H156? embossed: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO - - 6.5"
(2.) IHC Part No. H156? embossed: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO - - 7.5"
(3.) GEM MFG. CO. PITTSBURGH, PA (IHC part No. 2589T?) - - 7.75".
(4.) IHC Part No. 7695TM? embossed: INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO - - 7.5" Excellent with small solder repair on bottom.
(5.) IHC Part No. HL156 labeled advertising oil can: McCormick-Deering Farm Machines and Equipment (with IHC logo) / ???? & Ketcham - Newark, N. Y. - - 7.5". Can is Excellent. label is poor with some markings not readable.
(6.) IHC Part No. HL156 labeled advertising oil can: McCormick-Deering Farm Machines and Equipment (with IHC logo) / ???? - Lebanon, N. J. - - 7.5". Can is Excellent. label is poor with some markings not readable.

PiCs Lots 900 thru 907

0908. MB2055 (IHC logo underneath on base) - 6.25" IHC sickle guard riveting tool.

0909. Lot of two:
(1.) T225 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 5" small double open ended wrench. Excellent. (R2-145)
(2.) 11858-DA (IHC logo) - - 5.5" flat steel hook spanner for Farmall tractor water pumps. Good++ with drilled hang hole. (R1-252)

0910. MCCORMICK (IHC part No. L94) - - 12.75" all metal tool box. Looks like a bullet hole through lid.

0911. Large IHC logo (IHC part No. B342) - - 15.5" all metal tool box with oil can holder.

0912. M141 / (IHC logo) - - 9". M141 raised, IHC logo indented. Good++. (R1-254)

0913. 295 (P & O IHC) - - 8". Four open ends with straight shaft variation.

0914. KENTUCKY DRILLS / KR299 - Brennan & Co. Lou. KY (also IHC and American Seeding Co.) - - 9". Pitting. (R1-62)

0915. NEWELL SANDERS PLOW CO / A163 (later IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. Good+. (R1-351)

0916. CP4003 (with IHC logo) (Chattanooga / IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings debossed (indented). Good+. (R1-98)

0917. CP4003 (with IHC logo) (Chattanooga / IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. All markings raised. Good++.

0918. Lot of two:
(1.) P28-1/2 / D and an IHC logo (Plano, later IHC) - - 6.5". Marked with a "D" and all markings indented variation. Excellent.
(2.) 2156 (IHC logo). (Champion later IHC later B. F. Avery) - - 7.5". Indented number and raised IHC logo. Good+.

0919. F8121 - IHC logo - - 7" double square socket wrench, stud at 90° and number raised on shaft and logo indented on large socket end variant. Good++.

0920. 733 (C.B. & Q / later IHC) - - 7.5" Good+

0921. J480 (Plano later IHC) - - 6.5" mower pitman wrench. Excellent.

0922. G8917 (with IHC logo) - - 4.25". For early IHC Gas Engines. Good+. (R2-146)

0923. Marked: 32941D (with IHC logo) - - 2.75" pressed steel sparkplug socket. Good++.

PiCs Lots 908 thru 923

0924. Unmarked (IHC No. 513812R1 or R2) - - 12" flat double opened wrench with a square hole in the center (to be used to bolt the wench to an International Sugar Beet Harvester). One side is pitted, the other side is Good++ with some original red finish.)

0925. D138 (Chattanooga Plow Co. / IHC / David Bradley) - - 12.75". Disk straightening slot at 90° Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-99, R1-252)

0926. P11 (Milwaukee Harvester Co., later IHC) - - 9.5". With post, numbers indented variant. Good+.

0927. D137 (Chattanooga, IHC, David Bradley) - - 11" with a hammer head. Some pitting. (R1-99)

0928. L9 (with IHC logo) - - 8". Five round holes, logo raised, numbers indented variation.

0929. G3526 (IHC logo) - - 11.75". All marking raised. Good++. (R253) DISC

0930. DEERING 79 (later IHC) - - 8" straight wrench with angled ends (1" by 13/16"). Good++. (not listed in Irps' IHC Tool List)

0931. 93704 PRIMER PLUG (with a "D" in a circle logo) / CYLINDER & VALVE PLUG (IHC) - - 10.5". Double open ended variant. Excellent. (on Irps' IHC Tool List, R1-252)

0932. Marked only with a 4 (IHC) - - 5.25" single 5/8" box end wrench. Excellent.

0933. D Keystone Co, Sterling, Illinois, later IHC) - - 7" tee handled square socket. Good++ with black paint. (R1-280)

0934. CPCL53 - - 6.5" threaded clevis pin with a three open ended wrench. Good+.

0935. CHAMPION (slanted letters) (No. R28 later IHC) - - 9". Not marked with the part number, no hang hole variation. Some pitting.

0936. H523 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 9" four opening straight variant. Excellent.

0937. 383 (IHC logo) 11/15 - 5/8 - - 9". All markings raised. Excellent.

0938. P & O CO - CANTON ILL / 2715 - - 9.5". All markings raised.

0939. Lot of three:
(1.) U50 (no IHC logo) - - 8.75". Number raised, no IHC logo variation. Excellent.
(2.) UA51 - IHC logo - - 8.75". UA52 upside down, no Canada on back variation. Excellent.
(3.) U50 / IHC logo - - 8". All markings raised. Excellent.

0940. 9118 with IHC logo / another IHC logo - - 7" by 7.5" tee handled socket wrench. Excellent, with some original finish.

0941. Unmarked (IHC sparkplug socket No. 46190DC) - - 3". Some light pitting.

PiCs Lots 924 thru 941

0942. 10465CX (IHC logo) - - 9" cream separator wrench and screwdriver. Good+.

0943. 1300C (IHC logo) - - 9.5" cream separator wrench. Good++.

0944. 10014C (IHC logo) - - 7.25" cream separator wrench. Excellent with small drilled hang hole.

0945. 1244C (IHC logo) - - 7.25" cream separator wrench.

0946. 924C (IHC logo) - - 6.25" cream separator wrench, no keyhole variation. Good+.

0947. 950C (IHC logo) - - 6.25" cream separator wrench, with keyhole variation. Good+.

0948. Lot of two: IHC Cream Separator Spanner Wrenches
(1.) 10953CAX (IHC) - - 8.5" with a small hex box on end. Spot with pitting.
(2.) 10953CX (IHC) - - 67.5" Excellent.

0949. Lot of two:
(1.) Unmarked - - 8" IHC loop handled screwdriver.
(2.) Unmarked (IHC 91C) - - 4.5" tee handled screw driver for cream separators.

0950. Lot of two:
(1.) D. M. O & Co - D420 (D. M. Osborne & Co. - Auburn, NY, later IHC) - - 5". No IHC logo variation. Good+. (R1-363)
(2.) PG58 (Milwaukee, later IHC) - - 5.25". No bar variation. Excellent.

0951. A158 (Milwaukee Harvester Co., later IHC) - -7" pitman wrench. No logo variation.

0952. F9136 - IHC logo - - 9.5". Good+ with some pitting.

0953. P349 - IHC logo - - 7.5". Numbers and logo raised variant. Good++.

0954. G261 / MOWER (IHC) - - 7.25" pitman wrench. Notched bar variant. Excellent.

0955. Unmarked (IHC K748 or KZ478) - - 6" flat steel with double open ends (5/8" by 1" jaw openings). Good+.

0956. Lot of two:
(1.) F354 (IHC) - - 8". Two square holes, numbers indented, no logo variant. Good+.
(2.) U219 (IHC logo) - - 6.5". All markings indented. Good+.

0957. Lot of two:
(1.) DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) D736 (IHC) - - 5.5" pitman wrench. Excellent.
(2.) P318 / IHC logo (IHC, earlier C B & Q Co.) - - 4.5". Good+. (R1-73)

0958. Lot of two:
(1.) T560 (Kentucky Drill, Hoosier Drill and IHC) - - 5.25" by 6" tee socket wrench with pry bar end. Good+ with some light pitting. (R1-239, R1-255)
(2.) A (Keystone / IHC) - 7". Pitted.

0959. Lot of two:
(1.) P3156 (IHC) - - 8.5". Pitted, painted black.
(2.) F153 (Oliver and IHC) - - 8.75". Good with weak markings. (R1-360)

PiCs Lots 942 thru 959

Farm Related Advertising Items, Implement Directories and Hard to Find Wrench Collecting Books (lots 960 thru 982)

0960. HAND TOOLS - FORGINGS -DIAMOND TOOL AND HORSESHOE CO. - DULUTH, MINN. - TORONTO, ONT. - - 3" advertising paperweight. Excellent with plated finish.

0961. IRON AGE - BATEMAN MFG. CO. / VICTORY NOV 11, 1918 - "BEAT YOUR SWORDS INTO PLOWSHARES" - - 4" celluloid covered metal advertising paperweight. Great World War l advertising item with a battle field scene, farming scene and four WW l generals. Age cracks on the celluloid.

0962. CANTON PLANT (with a large IH logo) / CANTON SESQUICENTENNIAL OPEN HOUSE JUNE 22,1975 1825-1975 - - 2.5" International Harvester advertising paperweight. Excellent.

0963. UNION MALLEABLE IRON WKS - - 3" cast iron horseshoe advertising paperweight. Excellent.

0964. DEMPSTER (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co. - Beatrice, Nebraska) - - 5" cast iron advertising frog door stop. Excellent

0965. MIDWEST DEXTER - OMAHA - - 3" cast iron advertising frog paperweight. Excellent.

0966. DEMPSTER (Dempster Mill Mfg. Co. - Beatrice, Nebraska) - - 3" cast iron advertising frog paperweight. Good++.

0967. I CROAK FOR THE JACKSON WAGON - - 5" cast iron advertising frog door stop. Good+, no finish.

0968. CADET - LOUISVILLE (with IH logos) / 8-14-74 - - 6" cast iron advertising International Harvester Cub Cadet paperweight. Excellent.

0969. THOMAS DRILLS (Thomas Mfg. Co. - Springfield, Ohio) - - 3" cast iron advertising rooster paperweight. Excellent.

PiCs Lots 960 thru 969

0970. Lot of eight Farm Related Advertising Trade Cards and Postcards. Will be sold choice card.
(1.) Challenge Corn Planter Co. - Grand Haven, Mich. - - Trade card. One corner is torn, others are dog-eared. Good++.
(2.) Minneapolis Harvester Works - Minneapolis, Minn. - - Trade card.
(3.) Walter A, Wood Harvesting Machines - Trade card. Minor edge scuffs, penciled name on reverse.
(4.) Newark Machine Co. - Newark, Ohio - - Trade card. Mentions "Victor" Clover Huller, Grain Drills, Hand and Horse-Dump Hay Rakes. Good+.
(5.) Grand Detour Plow Co. - Dixon, ILLS - The Oldest Plow Manufactory in the North-West ("From the Nebraska State Fair" handwritten on the reverse) - Large 9" die cut trade card. Excellent.
(6.) New Buckeye Mower - Aultman, Miller & Co. - Akron, Ohio - - Trade Card. Bottom border has been cropped off.
(7.) Case Steam Roller building Country Roads - J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co, - Racine, Wisc. - - Advertising postcard. Not mailed but writing on reverse. Good.
(8.) A Steam Engine And Steel Separator for $880 - J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co, - Racine, Wisc- - Advertising postcard. Unused, Good++.

PiCs Lot 970

0971. NO ADMITTANCE - - 4" BY 24" heavy old porcelain sign from "The Stonehouse Steel Sign Co., Denver". The Stonehouse Steel Sign Company changed its name to Stonehouse Signs Incorporated in 1926. Good++.

0972. Kansas Farm Bureau Member - $500 Reward for Information Leading to the Arrest and Convictions of Persons Committing Thief, Arson, or Vandalism on this Members Property - - 12" by 16" metal sign made by the "Press Sign Co., St. Louis, Mo." Good+. This sign has been hanging outside for quite a while with some fading and a few dings.

PiCs Lots 971 and 972

0973. Lot of five: Farm Related Advertising Trade Cards. Will be sold choice card.
(1.) Milwaukee Harvester Co. - - Trade card. Good++.
(2.) Walter A. Wood - Hoosick Falls, NY - - Trade card.
(3.) Wm. Deering Harvesting Machinery - - Trade card. Cropped from larger card.
(4.) Deering Factory Covers 40 Acres - - Trade card advertising Wm. Deering equipment for sale by M. Tyler, Son & Co. - Vincennes, Ind. Good+.
(5.) Four page circular from J. Wilder & Co. - Cincinnati, Ohio advertising Queen City, Triumph, Champion, Huber, Grand Rapids, and Rock Island haying equipment. Excellent.

0974. Lot of six: Farm Related Advertising Trade Cards. Will be sold choice card.
(1.) Johnston Harvester Co. Batavia, NY (later Massey-Harris) - - Trade card adverting horse drawn hay mowers. Good+.
(2.) Richardson Mfg.. Co. - Worcester, Mass. - - Trade card advertising New Model Buckeye Mower. Excellent.
(3.) Sandwich Mfg. Co. - Sandwich, Illinois - - Trade card advertising their Force Feed Power Corn Sheller. Glue damage on the reverse.
(4.) Wm. Deering - - Trade card advertising Deering Binders. Some glue damage on reverse.
(5.) Walter A. Wood - - Advertising cropped from a small calendar.
(6.) Aultman, Miller & Co. - Akron, Ohio - - Trade card advertising Buckeye Binders. Glue damage on reverse.

PiCs Lots 973 and 974

0975. 1908 Thomas Mfg, Co, - Springfield, Ohio Repairs for Grain Drills, Low-Down Press Drills, Five Disk One-Horse Drills, and Corn Drills - - Parts book with fifty-one pages of part numbers, list prices, and illustrations. Good++.

0976. McCormick-Deering -International Harvester Tractor Service Manual - - Thirty-five page manual with illustrations of the SE Service Tools and Cabinet for the 1920-30's era tractors. Also shows the plans for the parts rooms and repair area. Good++ with some minor damage to the back cover.

0977. Lot of four: Misc. paper items.
(1.) 1901 bill head from the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co.
(2.) 1901 bill head from the Baltimore Union Stock Yard Co.
(3.) Three typed pages of livestock remedy formulas recommended by Successful Farming magazines.
(4.) Page from a 2002 calendar with photos of a Hart-Parr 12-24 tractor and an International 8-16 Kerosene Tractor.

PiCs Lots 975 thru 977

0978.Two groups of copied wrench related information. Some suitable for framing, all good for wrench research. Will be sold choice group.
(1.) Swanson Mfg. Co letterhead with their Flying Swede logo, Maytag Co. letterhead showing their watch fob, Blount Plow Works letterhead, history of Farm Tool, Inc, founding companies, Vulcan Plow Parts List pages, parts list pages from three different Caterpillar Tractors, Hapgood Plow Co. ad showing a wrench, Thomas Mfg. parts page, Case buys Rock Island magazine article, and an illustration of the Moline Plow Co. trademark.
(2.) Over fifty pages of wrench information including several pages on John Morris and his tools, pages from a 1912 automobile supply catalog, adjustable wrench ads (including an early Vise-Grip) and numerous wrench patents.

No photo of Lot 978

0979. Lot of three: Early Collectible Wrench Reference Books. All out of print and in Good++ to Excellent condition. Will be sold choice book.
(1.) My First 1000 Wrenches by Donald D. Snyder (1990). Photos and descriptions of the wrenches in Mr. Snyder's collection listed by type. Interesting book on collectible wrenches but it's probably best to ignore his advice on cleaning wrenches in battery acid.
(2.) My Second 1000 Wrenches by Donald D. Snyder (1992). Sequel to Snyder's "My First 100 wrenches". Signed by the author.
(3.) The Antique Wrench Book by Marvin Wullweber. Published in 1982. Early wrench reference by a pioneering wrench collector and author. This is the last of several books Mr. Wullweber authored on collectible wrenches. It's a compilation (with additions) of the previous books. Many of the photos used in the Schulz book were from this book. Scarce book, long out of print.

0980. Antique and Unusual Wrenches by Alfred and Lucille Schulz. Absolutely essential book for antique wrench collectors. Wrench collectors frequently refer to the Schulz number when describing a wrench. Long out of print and almost impossible to obtain. This is the 1992 revised edition with several added pages. Excellent with only the front cover showing a little wear.

0981. Lot of three books: Wrenches And Patents By Don Shockley. The early wrench patent complications by the late Don Shockley, All patents are illustrated and listed by patent number. All three books have been out of print for years. Good++ to Excellent condition. Will be sold choice book.
(1.) Volume 1 (1993) covers patents from 1830 thru 1887. Signed by Frank W. Kingsbury, Includes a signed letter from Shockley to Kingsbury (Shockley mentions that he started collecting wrenches in 1962)..
(2.) Volume 2 (1993) covers patents from 1887 thru 1898.
(3.) Volume 3 (1994) covers patents from 1898 thru Sept. 5, 1905. Hardest to find of the three books. This is the last volume in this series as Mr. Shockley died shortly after publication.

PiCs Lots 979 thru 981

0982. Lot of four: Farm Implement News Buyer's Guide. Classified directories of farm and farm related equipment, tools and repairs listed by manufacturers and jobbers. With thousand of listings and numerous illustrated ads these directories are invaluable when researching farm implement history. Books are in Good++ to Excellent condition. Will be sold choice book.
(1.) 1906 Volume 16 - - Published by the Masonic Temple, Chicago, ILL. 608 pages.
(2.) 1923 Volume 32 - - Published by the Farm Implement News Co., Chicago, ILL. 606 pages.
(3.) 1925 Volume 34 - - Published by the Farm Implement News Co., Chicago, ILL. 609 pages.
(4.) 1928 Volume 37 - - Published by the Farm Implement News Co., Chicago, ILL. 609 pages.

Automotive Wrenches and Related Items - Second Group (lots 983 thru 990)

0983. MINUTE WHEEL / P5 - 16" cast with a 3-1/4" single hex box end. Wire wheel hubcap wrench. Medium pitting.

0984. 3662 (Oldsmobile) - - 13.25" with a single hex offset box end. Identified from old Oldsmobile Parts List. Good++.

0985. 1RN379 (Reo Automobile) - - 9" cast single hex box with four pegs valve port wrench. Identified from 1916 Reo Touring Parts Lists. Good++.

0986. BUCKEYE - - 9.25" after market ford type spark plug and cylinder head bolt wrench. Excellent with original black finish? (also see R1-68)

0987. PIERCE with an arrow logo (Pierce Arrow) / REAR SPRING NUT (in large bold lettering) - - 9.5" Excellent.

0988. ACME AUTO?? (probably Acme Automotive but rest of the lettering has been ground off) / 1438 NATIONAL (all these markings not readable) - - 9" double open ended s-wrench.

0989. W & B (Whitman & Barnes) / AUTO - - 10.25" all metal Coes type monkey wrench. Thinner than regular monkey wrenches. Good+ with some scrapes on the handle.

0990. Lot of eight: Ignition Wrenches most with Feeler Gauges. Named ones include: EISSEMAN and SPLITDORF.

PiCs Lots 982 thru 990

Farm Related Wrenches - Sixth Group (lots 991 thru 1018)

0991. 1889M / WATER PUMP - DRAIN PLUGS - CLUTCH (orphan) - - 10.25" double open ended wrench with male drain plug wrench. (not listed, no info found)

0992. D239 (Rock Island Plow Co.) - C - - 10". Painted black. (R1-400)

0993. 50 (Oliver) - - 6.5". Propeller looking wrench. Good+. (R1-360)

0994. Marked with American Bosch logo (on the wrench) and SPARKPLUGS (on the gauge) (IHC No, 17601D) - - 3.5" magneto wrench and sparkplug feeler gauge. Good++.

0995. NEVERSLIP - - 9".horse shoe calk wrench. Excellent.

0996. BINGHAMTON WAGON CO. N.Y. / "BUILT ON HONOR" - PAT'D 91. - - 9" super rare buggy wrench with a neat slogan on the reverse side. from a Binghamton, New York company that was only in business from 1889-1898. Patented date is Jan. 27, 1891 issued to John A. Miller of St. Louis, Missouri, same as the Miller Vehicle Wrenches. Only a couple known and first one we have had to sell. Good++ with newer flat black paint. (R1-52)

0997. R. C. P. (Robinson Chilled Plow Co. - Geddes, New York. later Syracuse Chilled Plow, still later Deere & Co.) - - 10.75". Rare Deere related wrench. This is the variation with the periods after the initials. Robinson Chilled Plow Co was the forerunner of the Syracuse Chilled Plow Co. Good++ with just some minor hammer dings on the edge. (D505, R3-180)

0998. Lot of two: Large Single Open End Dairy Equipment Wrenches.
(1.) CHERRY-BURREL-CORPN. / 1 INCH - I.A.M.D. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - - 9.75". Good++.
(2.) CHERRY-BURREL-CORPN. / 1-1/2 INCH - I.A.M.D. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - -11". Good+..

0999. A28 (orphan) - - 10.75". Jaw damage and repairs. (not listed, no info found)

1000. A. H. & D. CO. - 58 (orphan) - - 11.75". Good+. (not in Rathbone)

1001. A123 / U (Deere) - 11.25". Overall light pitting. (D150)

1002. BUCKEYE WRENCH / X - - 9.75" oddball. Good+ with weak markings as usual. (See Buckeye Mower & Reaper Co, Akron, O. - R2-44)

1003. 44X (Ellis Keystone Agricultural Works - Pottstown, Penn.) - - 7.25" with extra high relief markings. Good+. (R2-89)

1004. Lot of two:
(1.) E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 - 1/2 / RACINE WIS - 3/4 - S12 - -10.5". Some pitting.. (R1-453)
(2.) E.C. TECKTONIUS MFG CO - 5/8 / RACINE WIS - S13 - 5/8 - -10.25". Good++. (R1-453)

1005. Lot of two:
(1.) 1631 (orphan) - - 8" cast double open ended wrench. Excellent.(not listed, no info found)
(2.) 6712 (orphan) - - 9.5" cast open end by hex box. Good+. (not listed, no info found).

PiCs Lots 991 thru 1005

1006. Lot of three:
(1.) 95095 (Delco) - CYLINDER NUT / CONNECTING ROD SCREW - - 8.25". Excellent.
(2.) JAMESWAY - FT. ATKINSON WIS. - ELMIRA NY / MINNEAPOLIS MINN. - 1008 - - 8". Pitting. (R1-267)
(3.) H260 (Stoddard Mfg. Co. - Dayton, Ohio) - 7". Some minor pitting. (R2-270)

1007. Famous Ohio - J276 (Ohio Cultivator Co. Bellevue, Ohio) - - 9.5". Excellent. (R1-357)

1008. Marked only "A" (orphan) - - 8.25". Some light pitting.

1009. X (Oliver and Ohio Rake) - - 8". Good++. (R1-361).

1010. Lot of two:
(1.) SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO / TUBULAR - - 6" single open end. Good. (R1-422)
(2.) THE SHARPLES SEPARATOR CO - 3 / TUBULAR - 7.75" Face spanner by hook spanner. Excellent. (R1-422)

1011. HC (orphan) - - 8". Excellent. (R1-211)

1012. SYRACUSE / LH22 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 9" with hammer head. Good++, as found, not cleaned. (D420)

1013. FOR EXPANSION PLUNGER / 4182 (F. E. Myers &Amp; Brothers. Co. - Ashland, Ohio ) - - 7.75". Good+. (R1-3244)

1014. M. F. & CO. ("F" is hard to read, may not be "F") - - 9". Maybe Mast, Foos and Co,? Pitted. (Not in Rathbone?)

1015. Marked only with "42" "S" and "+S in a shield logo). Leather pouch is marked "J. Nuesch Sattler - Heerbrugg" - - 7.25" combination tool and pouch. Tool has a hammer head, pick, square wrench and a reaming or boring tool on the end of the handle. I have just been informed by another tool collector that this is a Ferrier's combination cleat or calk tool with a hoof pick, a wrench for removing and installing the calks, a drill for cleaning out the calk holes, a large opening for holding the horseshoe while tightening or removing the calk, and a hammer head. Good++ with an few minor dings.

1016. Lot of two:
(1.) M81 (Minnesota Prison Industries - Stillwater, Minn.) - - 5" pitman wrench. Good+. . (R3-154)
(2.) LISTER 5/8 W and 9/16 W / LISTER (L. A. Lister - Dursley, England) - - 10.5" Double open end. Some pitting. (R3-175)

1017. Lot of two:
(1.) LAX PLOW CO (La Crosse Plow Co. - La Crosse, Wisc.) - - 9.5". Markings embossed variation. Hammer damage on one edge. (R1-289)
(2.) 916 (Moline Plow Co. / Monitor Drill) - - 7" with a keyhole shaped cutout. Some pitting. (R1-332, R1-334)

1018. Lot of eight:
(1.) DA33 (with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo) (orphan) - - 23" extended square socket. Good++.
(2.) 452 (orphan) - - 14.5". Severe pitting.
(3.) Marked only "S" (orphan) - - 5.5". Painted.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 4.75". Excellent
(5.) Marked only "3" - - 6" small buggy type. Bent.
(6.) L5 (orphan) - - 6.5". Good+, painted.
(7.) C55 (orphan) / (too pitted to read name) - - 7.5". Severe pitting.
(8.) 183 (Oliver / IHC Canada) - - 12.75". Good. (R1-360)

PiCs Lots 1006 thru 1018

Choice Box Lots (will be sold choice wrench from each lot)

Choice Box 001: Lot of seven buggy and wagon type wrenches. Most are primitive looking shop made tools. 9.5" to 19".

Choice Box 002: Lot of Five Buggy And Wagon Wrenches. Some look to be shop made. 8.5" to 11".

PiCs Choice Lots 1 and 2

Choice Box 003: Lot of Six Unmarked Buggy Wrenches

Choice Box 004: Lot of Seven Buggy Wrenches
(1.) 7320B with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo.
(2.) Eberhard's "B" in a circle logo.
(3.) 7315B with Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo.
(4.) 7210C / PATENTED - Eberhard's "E" in a circle logo.
(5.) DAYTON 4025A - Double hex box ends.
(6.) DAYTON - 4026A - Open end by hex box end, Bent.
(7.) F103 - Pitted.

Choice Box 005: Lot of Seven Buggy Wrenches
(1.) 7320D
(2.) 1088D
(3.) 189
(4.) 1 and Dayton's "D" in a circle logo.
(5.) 7306D
(6.) 2811C - Pitted,
(7.) IDEAL - with nut holder, Only square bolt holder end with spring, other end is AWOL.

PiCs Choice Lots 3 thru 5

Choice Box 006: Lot of Six 6" Wooden Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) COLLINS & CO - HARTFORD U.S.A. - - with the adjusting support plate and hex shaped ferrule. Excellent.  PAT
(2.) BLACK JACK with E. C. SIMMONS KEEN KUTTER logo - SOLID BAR U.S.A. - - Knife handle. Excellent.
(3.) Unmarked
(4.) Marked only with a "M" in a shield logo and "6"
(5.) W & B (Whitman & Barnes) - - Knife handle.
(6.) W & B (Whitman & Barnes)

Choice Box 007: Lot of Six Double Ended Alligator Wrenches with rethreading dies in center.
(1.) PATENTED APRIL 3, 1906 - 7.5" Patented by Jay D. Edmonds of Chicago, ILL. (S7)  PAT
(2.) CROCODILE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. - MARSHALLTOWN, IA - - 8.5" with a screwdriver on end of one jaw. Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. (S7)  PAT
(3.) BONNEY VIXEN - ALLENTOWN PA / (Bonney's "B" in shield logo) - - 8.25"
(4.) The K & B CO. SAXTON - - 8.25"
(5.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. 720554 - - 8.25". Patented by Charles Benesh of Wahpeton, North Dakota on Feb. 17, 1903. Excellent.  PAT
(6.) BONNEY BABY VIXEN - ALLENTOWN PA - BONNEY VISE & TOOL WORKS - ALLENTOWN , PA - - 5.25"

Choice Box 008: Lot of Six Double Ended Alligator Wrenches with rethreading dies in center.
(1.) EDMONDS METZEL MFG CO - CHICAGO - UNIVERSAL GRIP (with an "EM" in a diamond logo) - APRIL 3, 1906 - - 8". Patent was issued to Jay D. Edmonds of Chicago, ILL. Good++. (S7)  PAT
(2.) SAXON WRENCH / THE KILBORN & BISHOP CO. - NEW HAVEN CONN. - - 8.25" Different.
(3.) THE HAWKEYE - HAWKEYE WRENCH CO. MARSHALLTOWN, IA / PAT. 720554 - - 8.25".
(4.) ATLAS TOOL CO - NEW YORK - - Flat steel.
(5.) V & B - CHICAGO - THE BOLT WRENCH with neat eagle logo / VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO. - CHICAGO - - 5.75"
(6.) FRED'K J. KNOEDLER- PHIL. PA. / Bonney's shield logo? - - 5.25" Good"".

Choice Box 009: Lot of Four 6" Monkey Wrenches.
(1.) TRADEMARK COES (in oval) / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA - - 6" all metal. Last Coes type monkey wrench manufactured. Excellent. (like HP66 but without a "B" in a triangle logo).
(2.) BEMIS & CALL - - 6" knife type wood handled.
(3.) Marked only: "101-6 - - 6" knife type wood handled.
(4.) ROBINSON'S PATENT - JUNE 16, 1885 - - 6" wood handled with an extended adjusting screw bracket. Good, some dings, some weak markings.

PiCs Choice Lots 6 thru 9

Choice Box 010: Lot of Six Stillson Type Pipe Wrenches.
(1.) TRIMO - - 14" wooden handle. One adjusting nut guard missing, handle cracks.
(2.) OSWEGO TOOL CO [ OSWEGO, NEW YORK - -10" ALL METAL.
(3.) NEW BRITIAN (faint markings) - - 14" all metal
(4.) STILLSON PATTE (sic) - - 14" wooden handle.
(5.) CRAFTSMAN - - 14" all metal.
(6.) TRIMO - PAT'D 6.20.16 - - 10" all metal.

Choice Box 011: Lot of Five All Metal Stillson Type Pipe Wrenches.
(1.) STILLSON WRENCH - BONNEY VISE & TOOL WORKS - ALLENTOWN , PA - -18" all metal.
(2.) HERCULES - - 14" all metal.
(3.) TRIMO 14" / DROP FORGED FROM BAR STEEL - -14" all metal. First Trimo pipe wrench? Pitted, over cleaned.
(4.) P & C (Peterson & Carlborg - Milwaukie, Oregon) - - 14" all metal. Excellent.
(5.) LECTROLITE - DEFIANCE, OHIO - 14" all metal. Good++.

PiCs Choice Lots 10 and 11

Choice Box 012: Lot of Four Pentagon Box End Wrenches for Hydrants, Fire Trucks, Etc. All unmarked except one is marked "51363".

Choice Box 013: Lot of Five Oddball Valve, Etc, Wrenches Including two with diamond shaped openings,. One marked "2455", another "2733-2".

Choice Box 014: Lot of Eight Valve And Hydrant Wrenches
(1.) O. P. W.- CIN. O. - M1-45
(2.) MUELLER - - With three pentagon openings.
(3.) WABASH - - With pentagon opening.
(4.) POWELL
(5.) BUCKEYE
(6.) ERIE METER SYSTEMS / B4-523
(7.) PYROFAX - - Aluminum
(8.) OPW

PiCs Choice Lots 12 thru 14

Choice Box 015: Lot of Nine Spanner Wrenches
(1.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - NO. 482 SPECIAL ADJUSTABLE FACE SPANNER . 2 INCH SIZE - - 8.25". Excellent..
(2.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - NO. 483 ADJUSTABLE FACE SPANNER . 3 INCH SIZE - - 8.25". Excellent, like new.
(3.) 420 - J. H. W. & CO. U.S.A. and Williams' "W" in a circle logo - - 5.25".
(4.) P-S in a circle logo (Page-Storm, a company Winchester acquired) - 29 / 3/8 - 7/16 - - 7" double open end wrench and face spanner.
(5.) 516 C. E. CO. - - 7./5" hook spanner.
(6.) A2768 (orphan) - - 7" oddball double face spanner
(7.) Unmarked - -5.25" face spanner,
(8.) 3 434 ARMSTRONG - - 9" face spanner.
(9.) 3134 (Delaval) - - 6.5" face spanner by screwdriver,

Choice Box 016: Lot of Nine Spanner Wrenches
(1.) 15893 (De Laval) - - 8". Pressed steel open end wrench by face spanner with four pegs and three tabs. (R1-141)
(2.) FAIRMOUNT U.S.A. - 460 / 5/16 - - 8" hook spanner. Excellent like new.
(3.) / A11149B (orphan) / Williams' "W" in a diamond logo - - 7.5" hook spanner.
(4.) FAIRMOUNT U.S.A. - 458 / 9/32 - - 7" hook spanner. Excellent like new.
(5.) Unmarked - -5.25" steel face spanner.
(6.) READ / SEA POST - - 5.25" cast double hook spanner,
(7.) Unmarked - - 5.5" open end by face spanner.
(8.) PEXTO (in a circle logo) MADE IN U.S.A. - -5.75" double opened wrench and face spanner.
(9.) Unmarked - -7" U-shaped adjustable spanner,

Choice Box 017: Lot of Six Odd and Unusual Wrenches
(1.) I. SACK - BOSTON (Israel Sack) - - 4.5" cast three way square socket bed wrench.
(2.) Unmarked - - 6" extended hex socket. Some pitting.
(3.) A99-1 (orphan) - - 5" cast sq by hex extended socket.
(4.) Unmarked - - 6" extended hex socket
(5.) W. M. CISSELL MFG. CO. - Louisville, KY - - 8' steel double box end with center hex box.
(6.) 654 (orphan) - - 4.25" odd handled twelve splined socket.

PiCs Choice Lots 15 thru 17

Choice Box 018: Lot of Five Deering or Utility Type Wrenches All are around 7" long.
(1.) DEERING / DEERING (IHC) - - large letters both side variant.
(2.) HAYES (Galva, Illinois) / A116 - - Pitted.
(3.) SIMMONS (of St. Louis, Mo, had the KeenKutter brand) / UTILITY
(4.) A. J. HARWI (Atchinson & Wichita, Kansas) / UTILITY - - Some pitting.
(5.) ARNHOLT (Badger Arnholt?)

Choice Box 019: Lot of Four Deering or Utility Type Wrenches. All are around 7" long.
(1.) SIMMONS (of St. Louis, Mo, had the KeenKutter brand) / UTILITY
(2.) WYETH / ST. JOSEPH - - Pitted,
(3.) J. S. H. & CO UTILITY (Janney, Semple, and Co Minneapolis MN) - - Some pitting.
(4.) A. J. HARWI (Atchinson & Wichita, Kansas) / UTILITY - - Pitted..

Choice Box 020: Lot of Six Silo and Silo Type Wrenches
(1.) INDIANA SILO CO (Anderson, Indiana) / 5/8 - - 11" double open end S-wrench. Some pitting under new black paint. (R1-249)
(2.) 5/8 / 5/8 - - 10.25"
(3.) 1/2 - - 8.5"
(4.) CHAIN BELT CO. 7/16 MILWAUKEE WIS. - - 7.5"
(5.) W196 (orphan) / 6 - - 7.5"
(6.) 3/8 - - 6.5"

PiCs Choice Lots 18 thru 20

Choice Box 021: Lot of Four Mixed Wrenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL CO. - 12 INCH NO. 70 / BILLINGS - -12.5" all metal center screw adjust monkey wrench. Dual marked. Good++.
(2.) TRADEMARK COES (in oval) - 12" / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo) - - 12" all metal wrench. Last Coes type monkey wrench manufactured. Good++. (Similar but with slightly different markings than HP66).
(3.) WAKEFIELD NO. 19 - PAT'D NOV 14, 1922 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. USA. - - 9". Some weak markings
(4.) IH 373941R2 (IHC) - 1-1/5/16" - - 14.75" single box end.

Choice Box 022: Lot of Five Farm Wrenches
(1.) 359 - J.I.C.P. WKS. *J, I, Case Plow Works) - - 8.25". (some markings blurry)
(2.) R28 with IHC logo (Champion, later IHC, later B. F. Avery) - - 8.75" with hang hole variation. Can't read all the markings.
(3.) L299 with a double diamond logo (New Idea Spreader Co. - Coldwater, Ohio) - - 9"
(4.) Z810 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7" pitman wrench. Markings raised
(5.) 3330A - X - with Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) - - 7.25" tapered double socket. Some weak markings, crack.

Choice Box 023: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) KW8 (Rock Island Plow Co) - - 8". Pitted.
(2.) 2320C / PATD - - 8.5" buggy wrench. Painted.
(3.) 148 (Syracuse Chilled Plow / Deere) - - 9.5". severe pitting.
(4.) ZA810 / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9.5" pitman wrench. Pitted.
(5.) 3201 - - 9" buggy wrench. Painted.
(6.) ROCK ISLAND / R1123 - - 8". Pitted.
(7.) 509 (Osborne, later IHC, later E&B) - - 7.5"

PiCs Choice Lots 21 thru 23

Choice Box 024: Lot of Four Misc. Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - -22.5" shop made crude single open end wrench.
(2.) Unmarked - - 23.5" primitive shop made single open end wrench.
(3.) Unmarked - - 23" shop made key type wedge adjust wrench.
(4.) EDDY VALVE CO (Waterford, N.Y.) - - 19.5" Fireman's Fire Truck and Hydrant wrench.

PiCs Choice Lot 24

Choice Box 025: Lot of Four Misc. Wrenches
(1.) THE RIDGE TOOL CO. - ELYRIA, OHIO U.S.A. / RIDGID HEX NO. 25 - - 23" adjustable wrench for hex nuts. Excellent.
(2.) THE GENERAL MFG. CO. - ST LOUIS, MO - - 17.5" single open ended wrench. Some minor pitting. (not listed, no info found)
(3.) 11 1/4 (orphan) - - 20.5" single hex box end hubcap wrench?
(4.) NO. 20 - REED MFG. CO. - ERIE, PA. USA. / PAT. AUG. 10, 97 - - 21" self adjusting pipe wrench, replaceable lower jaws inserts variant. Patented by Albert Katzki of Erie, PA. Good++. (S334)  PAT.

PiCs Choice Lot 25

Choice Box 026: Lot of Four Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS MADE IN USA / (B & C logo) - - 21" Coes type monkey wrench with knife type wooden handle
(2.) Unmarked - -21" Coes type monkey wrench with knife type wooden handle. Back of lower jaw is cracked.
(3.) COES WRENCH CO - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 21" knife type wood handled monkey wrench made by Bemis & Call. Good. (HP63, except opposite jaws markings)
(4.) BEMIS & CALL H & T CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS USA - - 18" wooden handled threaded shaft monkey wrench. Good+.

PiCsChoice Lot 26

Choice Box 027: Lot of Seven Monkey Wrenches
(1.) STANDARD - GIRARD WRENCH - WARRENTED / GIRARD WRENCH M'F'G. CO. - GIRARD, PA U.S.A. - - 10" wooden handle Coes type monkey wrench with light pitting.
(2.) COLLINS & CO. - HARTFORD U.S.A. - - 10" Coes type wooden handled monkey wrench with adjusting screw support plate. Several dings, handle is a crude replacement.
(3.) P. S. & W. - WARRANTED / PATENTED JUNE 16, 85 - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench with Squire Robinson's (of Southington, Conn.) patented extended ferrule shoulder that holds the adjusting screw in place, Unusual to see this feature on a P. S. & W. wrench. Good+, handle has been taped..  PAT.
(4.) COES WRENCH CO WORCESTER, MASS. USA / MFD UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 10" all metal monkey wrench. Hammer dings. (HP58)
(5.) STANDARD - GIRARD WRENCH - WARRENTED / GIRARD WRENCH M'F'G. CO. - GIRARD, PA U.S.A. - - 10" wooden handle Coes type monkey wrench. Good+.
(6.) THE LAWSON & CO. CLEVELAND, O - CASE HARDENED - - 8.5" knife handle monkey wrench. Good+.
(7.) Can't read the patent date on first line - PAT. NOV, 20, 1866 - REIS'D JAB 29, 1878 / BEMIS & CALL CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS - - 1`0" wooden handle center screw adjust combination nut and pipe wrench. Unusual to find James McLaren's (of Albany, NY) on a Bemis & Call wrench. Good + with stamped previous owners name ("P. J. McClain"). (not listed)  PAT.

Choice Box 028: Lot of Five Monkey Wrenches
(1.) COES WRENCH CO. - WORCESTER - USA / MADE IN USA UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - 15" with wooden knife handles. Good with previous owner's initials ("TC") stamped over markings. (HP53)
(2.) BEMIS & CALL - - 15" all metal center screw monkey wrench, Good+.
(3.) Bemis & Call logo and PRR in a keystone logo (Pennsylvania Railroad) - - 15" all metal monkey wrench. Not cleaned.
(4.) Whitman & Barnes logo - PAT. APR. 19, 98 - - Wood handled center adjust wrench with reversible serrated lower jaw inserts. Design patent for the jaws inserts was issued to Henry J. Martin of Chicago. Good with handle cracks. (S864)  PAT.
(5.) THE LAMSON CASE HARDENED - L & S CO - CLEVELAND, O. - - 8.25" Coes type wood knife handled monkey wrench with diagonally knurled adjusting nut. Damaged handle.

PiCs Choice Lots 27 and 28

Choice Box 029: Lot of Seven Janesville Machine Co. and Samson Tractor Co. Wrenches
(1.) J M Co JM CO (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 9.25". (R1-265)
(2.) JM CO (Janesville Machine Co.) - - 9.25" Markings smaller and inverted from above). (R1-265)
(3.) B (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9". Pitted. (R2-256)
(4.) 750367 (Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9". Replaced the Janesville Machine Co. "B" wrench. (R2256)
(5.) C (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 7" (R2-256)
(6.) D (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 7.5" (R2-256)
(7.) E (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 6.75" (R2-256)

Choice Box 030: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches
(1.) DISC / 217 (Massey-Harris) - - 14.5". As found, not cleaned. (R1-311)
(2.) DISK - - (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 14". Pitted. (R1-265)
(3.) DUNHAM SYSTEMS OF HEATING - CHICAGO ILLINOIS - TRAP COVER - 1/2 UNION NUT / 179C - - 13". Good++.
(4.) T (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 11" with hammer head. (R1-457)
(5.) O (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 8" Tee wrench with square opening variant. Good++. (variant not in Rathbone)
(6.) O (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 8" Tee wrench without square opening variant. (R1-457)

PiCs Choice Lots 29 and 30

Choice Box 031: Lot of Five Buggy Wrenches

Choice Box 032: Lot of Three Misc. Wrenches
(1.) ACME (inside a Whitman & Barnes logo) - PAT FEB 27, 83 - MADE IN USA - - 8". Patent was granted to Frederick B. Seymour of Detroit, Mich. Good, weak markings. (S364)  PAT
(2.) Unmarked - - 8" clamp like tools with round jaws. Excellent.
(3.) 35-290 - - 9" odd specialty pliers. (not listed, no info found)

Choice Box 033: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches
(1.) CHAIN BELT CO - 1/2 / MILWAUKEE WIS. - - 7.5". Good++. (R1-92)
(2.) VB & TB CO - EASTON PA - 1/2 / FOR PETROL FASTENER - - 8.75". Bent. (R1-468)
(3.) EAGLE MFG. CO. / 620 - - 10". Rare wrench. Pitted. (R1-54)
(4.) F153 (Oliver and IHC) - - 9". Good++. (R1-360)
(5.) EMERSON - - 10". Good++.
(6.) 591 (Papec - Shortsville, NY) - - 12". (R1-368)

PiCs Choice Lots 31 thru 33

Choice Box 034: Lot of Eight Misc. Wrenches
(1.) WITHERBY NO. 60008 - DROP FORGED - GERMANY / A/F - - 10.5" revolving head dog bone wrench with eight openings.
(2.) TROJAN / 31 - T JULY 26, 98 - - 7" with six other wrench openings. Patented by Lemuel M. Bushnell and Sanford S. Vaughan both from Chicago, ILL.  PAT.
(3.) THE VICTOR - PAT MAY 26 03 / Kraeuter & Co. (Newark, New Jersey) - - 7" adjustable alligator wrench patented by Charles Bonney of Portsmouth, Ohio. As found, not cleaned. (S37)  PAT
(4.) BONNEY / T35 - - 6.5" 1/4" drive reversible ratchet.
(5.) Unmarked - -9". Looks like a shop modified square socket with loop handle.
(6.) Unmarked -= - 9.5" hex drive socket with revolving sleeve. Some light pitting.
(7.) SNAP-ON 3/4 - 3/4 / VS5224 USA E - - 8" four way angel wrench.
(8.) Seven sockets including Five BONNEYS

Choice Box 035: Lot of four Wagon Pin Wrenches including one John Deere type.

Choice Box 036: Lot of Seven Assorted Farm Wrenches
(1.) 23200C - - 9" buggy wrench.
(2.) RITTER 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 (same markings both sides) - - 7". non magnetic metal. Excellent.
(3.) H911 (IHC) - - Deering type.
(4.) NATIONAL - - 8.5"
(5.) CHAMPION - - 7".
(6.) Unmarked - - 5" three opening wrench.
(7.) GM 18 - - 4.5". (R192)

PiCs Choice Lots 34 thru 36

Choice Box 037: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) 578 (orphan) - - 8.5" Pitted
(2.) W1795 / E-B logo (Emerson-Brantingham) - - 10.25"
(3.) 2420A (orphan) - - 9.5"
(4.) 1126A (Moline Plow Co) - - 9" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-332)
(5.) 90257 (Delco) - SPARK PLUG - GEN. NUT / CYLINDER STUD - BATTERY NUT (Delco) - - 8".
(6.) 95095 (Delco) - CYLINDER NUT / CONNECTING ROD SCREW - - 8.25"
(7.) 90258 (Delco) - CONN. ROD NUT / CYL. HEAD - COVER PLATE - - 7".

Choice Box 038: Lot of Six Farm Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) 9N17014 FORD (script inside a oval) USA and ruler markings / 13 - - 10.5".
(2.) FORDSON - - 6" double open ended.
(3.) FORDSON / 2372 - - 11" double hex socket. Weak markings.
(4.) FORDSON / 2197 2 - - 11" hubcap wrench. Good++.
(5.) Unmarked - -12" Fireman's hose and hydrant wrench.
(6.) MULLER / 520948

Choice Box 039: Lot of Six Misc. Tools
(1.) O. T. C.(Ottawanna Tool Co.) No. 780 - - 5.25" small water pump type pliers.
(2.) Unmarked - - loop handle shoe button hook with fancy pattern.
(3.) Unmarked - - 5.25" loop handled screwdriver.
(4.) Unmarked - -2.75" level with cast base.
(5.) 7049-C - - 5.5" cast file handle?
(6.) Marked only "PAT" - - 8.5" cast What's It.

PiCs Choice Lots 37 thru 39

Choice Box 040: Lot of Eleven Misc. Tools
(1.) TUFFY - Swallow Aircraft Co. - Wichita, KS. - PATENTS PENDING - - 12" aluminum handled screwdriver with a fold out handle. Indented bearing missing.
(2.) TUFFY - Swallow Aircraft Co. - Wichita, KS. - PATENTS PENDING - - 12" aluminum handled screwdriver with a fold out handle. Design patent D142982 for the Swallow screwdrivers was issued on Nov 27, 1945 to Samuel Bloomfield of Wichita, Kans. Indented bearing missing.  PAT
(3.) Advertising screwdriver from HOCH LUMBER CO. - WILSON, KANS - - 7"
(4.) H34A (Qualcast) - - 5.75" steel combination wrench. For lawnmowers? Green paint.
(5.) BUCKINGHAM - BINGHAMTON, NY - 6103 - - 7.5" bolt thread chaser.
(6.) MOUND TOOL CO (St. Louis, MO) - - 14.5" smooth file like tool. Leather burnisher?. Excellent, like new.
(7.) EMINENT SOLINGEN with logo - - 6.25" vintage can opener. Good++.
(8.) Advertising dogbone wrench from FARMERS NATIONAL BANK - ATWOOD, KANSAS - - 4".
(9.) Unmarked - - 5.25" steel multi-opening wrench.
(10.) Unmarked - - 4" cast scythe snath wrench
(11.) Unmarked long needle and a long needle like tool with a flat diamond shaped end?

Choice Box 041: Lot of Seven Misc. Tools, Tool Box, Etc.
(1.) E. C. STEARNS & CO - SYRACUSE, N. Y. - - 13" hog holder.
(2.) C. DH??? & CO - CAST STEEL - - 6" chisel like tool with a groove end. Leather creaser?
(3.) Unmarked - - 12.5" horse tooth pliers.
(4.) STANLEY 55-035 U.S.A. - - 10" modern nail bar.
(5.) GIFFORD- CO. HUDSON, N.Y. - - 14" ice tongs type tongs with odd flat serrated tips.
(6.) Y262M with John Deere's "JD" logo - - 8.5" cast drill acre meter for John Deere Van Brunt drill. New green paint.
(7.) 277 - PATTEE (cutout letters) (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - - 11" cast iron tool box.

PiCs Choice Lots 40 and 41

Choice Box 042: Lot of Five Railroad Marked Tools
(1.) BEMIS & CALL COMPANY / N.Y.C (New York Central Railroad) - - 18" all metal monkey wrench.
(2.) A M. & C. - - 16" double open ended S-wrench. (no info found)
(3.) C & O RY (Baltimore and Ohio Railway)- 2 / Ashcroft Mfg. Co. logo - - 18" double open ended S-wrench.
(4.) Whitman & Barnes - RAILROAD SPECIAL - WARRANTED / P. & R. RR. (Phillips & Rangeley Railroad) - - 12" all metal monkey wrench. The Phillips and Rangeley Railroad was a two foot narrow gauge common carrier railroad in the State of Maine.
(5.) CHAMPION / PRR in a keystone logo (Pennsylvania Railroad) - - 13" ball peen hammer.

Choice Box 043: Lot of Eight Farm Wrenches
(1.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - 1222 - - 10". Severe pitting.
(2.) WACHS C41 - - 9.25" single open ended wrench at a 45 degree angle.
(3.) P & O CO - CANTON ILL / 2715 - - 9.5". Severe pitting.
(4.) J. I. CASE PLOW WORKS - 4105 / B - - 10.5". Good++.
(5.) M58 (orphan) - - 5.75"
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9" tee wrench with three open ends and two square sockets.
(7.) 290 ((orphan) - - 4.75" small oddball. (not listed)
(8.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7.5" five opening wrench.

PiCs Choice Lots 42 and 43

Choice Box 044: Lot of Eight Farm Wrenches
(1.) 1AA (Brown-Manly Plow Co. - Malta, Ohio) - - 6.5"
(2.) GM18 (for hand grist mill) - - 4.5". Painted. (R1-192)
(3.) <M-H> SPARK PLUG WRENCH 202783M1 / MADE IN CANADA - - 10". Good++. (R1-312)
(4.) C176 / S (P.P. Mast & Co. - Springfield, Ohio, Later Am. Seeding Mach. Co.) - - 9.25" with small hammer head. Severe pitting, can't read markings.
(5.) M58 (orphan) - - 5.75"
(6.) CLARK Markings to wreak to read) - - 8.5" with scraper blade.
(7.) 106S (Papec, Shortsville, NY) - - 6.5" by 13.25" tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-368)
(8.) GALE - - 7" flat steel double open ended wrench.

Choice Box 045: Lot of Five International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (IHC) - - 24" IHC cylinder rocker wrench with hex box end.
(2.) Unmarked (IHC 25645B) - - 19" double opened wrench.
(3.) PO135596 with IHC logo - - 23" double opened wrench.
(4.) PO13596 with IH logo - - 23" double open ended wrench.
(5.) 25645B with IHC logo - - 18.5". Number and logo raised.

PiCs Choice Lots 44 and 45

Choice Box 046: Lot of Five International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (IHC 23966D) - 21" with 7/8"" shaft variant.
(2.) 66335D (IHC logo) - - 21" with offset hex sockets.
(3.) G3866 and IHC logo - - 14.25" double open ended S-wrench variation.
(4.) 355448R1 - 1-5/16 - 1 with IH logo - - 18.75". Scarce double box end. Light pitting.
(5.) 363021R1 - 1-5/16 - 1-1/8 with IH logo - - 18" double box end.

Choice Box 047: Lot of Five International Harvester Wrenches
(1.) IH logo - 373941R2 - 1-1/5/16" - - 15" single box end
(2.) 350370R1 (IHC) - 1 - 1-1/4 - 13.5" double box end.
(3.) BUDD 18806 / 708 34 74 (IHC 52393VA) - - 15" rim nut wrench
(4.) IHC logo - 45662DA - - 12" offset with double hex sockets.
(5.) H3769M with IHC logo - - 16" offset hex box by open end.

PiCs Choice Lots 46 and 47

Choice Box 048: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) B2391 / IHC logo - - 9" cast part?
(2.) 2156 (No logos) (Champion than, IHC, B. F. Avery) - - 7.75". Pitted.
(3.) U219 - IHC logo - - 6.5".
(4.) Three Unmarked (IHC HD721) - - loop handled screw drivers. 7.5", 8" and 8.5" long.
(5.) Only marked with IHC logo (IHC S290 or G8894) - - 1/2" octagon shaft by 5.5" cold chisel. (R1-253)
(6.) Only marked with IHC logo (IHC S290 or G8894) - - 1/2" octagon shaft by 5.25" cold chisel. (R1-253)
(7.) DEERING (in a ledger plate logo) - - 5/8" octagon shaft by 4.5" long cold chisel. Has been ground till only "ING" of Deering is left.
(8.) N738 - IHC logo - - 5.25" L-socket wrench. Pitting.

Choice Box 049: Lot of Seven IHC and One Moline Plow Wrenches
(1.) P28 with dot (Plano, later IHC) - - 8". Raised numbers, no logo variant.
(2.) P28 1/2 (IHC) - - 6.25". Severe pitting.
(3.) P & O CO - 4130 / CANTON ILL - - 9". Painted, pitting.
(4.) DEERING / HAY RAKE (William Deering & Co. later IHC) - - 6.5". Severe pitting.
(5.) PA158 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 6.75" Pitted, sandblasted or acid cleaned. (R1-333)
(6.) R172 with IHC logo - - 6.5". Numbers and logo impressed. Painted..
(7.) 256 (Hoosier Drill Co., Richmond, Indiana Later American Seeding Machine Co. and IHC) - - 8". Raised numbers.

Choice Box 050: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) 383 (IHC logo) 11/15 - 5/8 - - 9". All markings raised
(2.) 1326E (IHC logo) 3/8 - 7/16 - - 7". All markings raised.
(3.) G3171 and IHC logo - - 8". Both number and logo embossed (raised).
(4.) G3172 and IHC logo - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed (raised)
(5.) 1595E (IHC logo) -7/16 - 3/8 - - 5.75". With angled ends. Pitted.
(6.) G3525 and IHC logo - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed.(raised).
(7.) 376 (IHC logo) 3/8 - 5/16 - - 6". All marking embossed (raised).
(8.) GA2345 with IHC logo - - 1.5" cast cover (for grease cup?)

Choice Box 051: Lot of Five IHC Wrenches
(1.) 1595E (IHC logo) - - 6". With angled ends, all markings embossed (raised) and no sizes marked variant..
(2.) G3173 and IHC logo - - 4.5". Both number and logo embossed.
(3.) 97LA (IHC logo) - - 4.5". Pitting.
(4.) 1325EA (IHC logo) - - 5".
(5.) G3173 / I H Co - - 4.5". All markings embossed (raised).

PiCs Choice Lots 48 thru 51

Choice Box 052: Lot of Seven IHC Wrenches
(1.) P459 / OSBORNE (later IHC) - - 14.25" double socket.
(2.) P1189 (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 16" long variant double socket with embossed (raised) numbers and no logo variation.
(3.) P1189 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 14.25" double socket with embossed (raised) numbers and logo. Not cleaned.
(4.) 8824 (P & O, later IHC) - - 14" double socket.
(5.) P1061A (IHC) - 12.75" double socket.
(6.) P459A (Osborne, later IHC) - -14" double socket. Excellent..
(7.) P1502 / IHC logo (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 12.25" double socket.

Choice Box 053: Lot of Seven IHC Wrenches
(1.) GA3171 and IHC logo - - 8". Both number and logo embossed (raised).
(2.) 21264D (IHC logo) - - 7.25".
(3.) 379 (IHC logo) 9/16 - 7/16 - - 7" double open ends.
(4.) G3171 and IHC logo - - 7.5". Both number and logo embossed. Pitting, over cleaned.
(5.) 21264D (IHC logo) - - 7.25".
(6.) 1326E (IHC logo) - - 8.5".
(7.) G3172 (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Poor, end have been modified or foundry error?

Choice Box 054: Lot of Seven IHC Wrenches
(1.) R197 (McCormick- / IHC) - - 8.25". 13/16" and 1-1/16" openings variant.
(2.) F354 (with IHC logo) - - 8". Two square holes, number debossed (indented), no logo variant. Weak markings.
(3.) L9 (with IHC logo) - - 8". Five round holes, logo embossed (raised), numbers debossed (indented) variation.
(4.) R172 (IHC logo) - - 6.25" Planet Jr. type with small hammer head. Painted.
(5.) P890 (IHC logo) and an "X" (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.5". P890 and IHC logo both embossed (raised), "X" is debossed (indented).
(6.) P1183 (IHC logo) (IHC, earlier Osborne) - - 7.5"
(7.) Z811 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7.5" double open end S-wrench. Numbers debossed (indented), no logo variant.

PiCs Choice Lots 52 thru 54

Choice Box 055: Lot of Six IHC Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) 5E - 7E / (IHC logo) (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.75". all metal monkey wrench. Solid handle variation.
(2.) 5E / IHC logo (IHC part 8E or 13067D) - - 11.75" loop handle variation.
(3.) 1E - 2E - / (IHC logo) (IHC part 4E) - - 9.25" loop handle variation
(4.) 1E - 2E / (IHC and McD logos) (IHC part 4E) - - 9.25" solid handle variation.
(5.) Z786 - A - Z788 with IHC logo (IHC part M446) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench with ridged adjusting nut
(6.) DIAMOND CALK HORSESHOE CO - 12IN - - Crescent type wrench. Owner identified as IHC 108843H?

Choice Box 056: Lot of Five IHC Pitman Wrenches
(1.) ZA810 / IHC logo (IHC, originally McCormick) - - 9.25". Numbers debossed (indented) horizontally , logo embossed (raised)
(2.) Z810 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 7" pitman wrench. No logo, number embossed (raised).
(3.) K439 (Osborne then IHC then E-B and finally J. I. Case) - - 7
(4.) M231 - - 6.75" solid back, solid bar variation.
(5.) M231 (McCormick, later IHC) - - 6.75" open back, solid bar variation.

Choice Box 057: Lot of Six IHC Wrenches
(1.) N236 with an "H" in a circle logo (Empire Drill / American Seeding Machine Co, later IHC) - - 6.25" double open ends with two sizes on each. No IHC logo variant. Sandblasted or acid cleaned. (R1-254)
(2.) S-1 (Milwaukee, later IHC) - - 7.5". Numbers debossed (indented) on end variation.
(3.) 1326E (IHC logo) - - 7". Straight wrench with all markings embossed (raised) variant..
(4.) Unmarked (153 -Oliver and IHC) - - 9". Excellent.
(5.) R28 (Champion, later IHC, later B. F. Avery) - - 8.5" with hang hole variation.
(6.) 2155 with B. F. Avery Maltese Cross logo (B. F. Avery, earlier IHC, earlier, Champion) - - 9.75". Painted.

PiCs Choice Lots 55 thru 57

Choice Box 058: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches
(1.) 1326E (IHC logo) - - 7". All markings embossed (raised).
(2.) 1326E (IHC logo) - - 7". All markings embossed (raised). Small end jaws modified.
(3.) 383 (in a ledger plate logo) - 11/15 - 5/8 (no IHC logo) - - 9". Pitted.
(4.) G3172 (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed. Good++.
(5.) 1326E (IHC logo) - - 7". All markings embossed (raised). Excellent.
(6.) 21264D (IHC logo) - - 7.25".
(7.) 12335D (IHC logo) - - 8". IHC logo variation not on Irps' List. Excellent.
(8.) 12737D (IHC logo) - - 5.5". All markings embossed (raised). Painted.

Choice Box 059: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches
(1.) 3613T (IHC logo) - - 6.75" . All markings embossed (raised). Good++.
(2.) G3172 (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed (raised). Good++.
(3.) G3172 (IHC logo) - - 6.75". Both number and logo embossed. Indented panels on sides. Good++.
(4.) I.H. CO. - G3525 / (IHC logo) - - 6.75". All markings embossed (raised). This variation with both I.H. CO. and IHC logo not on Irps' List. Good++.
(5.) 1326E (IHC logo) 3/8 - 7/16 - - 7", All marking embossed (raised). Good++.
(6.) 379 (IHC logo) 9/16 - 7/16 - - 7". All markings embossed (raised).Good++.
(7.) 1595E (IHC logo) -7/16 - 3/8 - - 5.75". With angled ends. All marking embossed (raised). Good++.
(8.) 1595E (IHC logo) - - 6.5". All marking embossed (raised).

Choice Box 060: Lot of Eight IHC Wrenches
(1.) 1325EA (IHC logo) - - 5".
(2.) 1325EA (IHC logo) - - 5".
(3.) G (with a raised dot) 3173 / I H CO (also stamped J. W. L.) - - 4.5". All markings embossed (raised).
(4.) G3173 / (IHC logo) - - 4.5". All markings embossed (raised). Jaw damage, pitting.
(5.) 1325EA (IHC logo) - - 5".
(6.) G3524 (with IHC logo) - - 4.25". For Early IHC Titan Tractors. All marking embossed.
(7.) G3166 (IHC logo) - - 5.75". Both number and logo embossed.
(8.) 12737DA (IHC logo) - - 5.25".

Choice Box 061: Lot of Six IHC Wrenches
(1.) 373942R1 - IH - 1-1/8 - - 9".
(2.) 373941R1 - IH - 1-5/16 - - 8.75" .
(3.) Unmarked (IHC 529959R1) - - 7.5"
(4.) Unmarked (IHC 67479C1) - - 10.25"
(5.) N478 - - 5" Tee socket wrench. No IHC logo variant..
(6.) Unmarked (IHC 19495HA) - 13.5".Excellent.gggggggggg

PiCs Choice Lots 58 thru 61

Choice Box 062: Lot of Six IHC Deering Pattern Wrenches
(1.) HD911 (IHC LOGO) - - 7.5". Number and logo debossed (indented).
(2.) HE911 (IHC logo) / CANADA - - 7.5". All markings debossed (indented).
(3.) HD911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". Number debossed, logo embossed.
(4.) HD911 (IHC logo) / (raised dot) - - 7.5". Number debossed, logo embossed.
(5.) HD911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". All markings embossed. Poor markings, pitted, painted.
(6.) HE911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". All markings debossed (indented).

Choice Box 063: Lot of Four Tee Wrenches (Three IHC)
(1.) Osborne (later IHC) / P167 - - 9.5" x 11.5". Tee socket wrench. As found, uncleaned.
(2.) O (J. D. Tower & Sons - Mendota, Illinois) - - 8" Tee wrench without square opening variant. Painted with some pitting. (R1-457)
(3.) 131L (IHC logo) - - 7.5" x 13.75. Tee socket wrench. As found, uncleaned.
(4.) P1184 (IHC logo) (IHC, originally Osborne) - - 9.5" by 11.75" Tee socket wrench. As found, uncleaned.

Choice Box 064: Lot of Seven IHC Deering Pattern Wrenches
(1.) HD911 (IHC LOGO) - - 7.5". Number and logo debossed (indented).
(2.) H911 / (ledger plate imprint t) - - 7.5". All markings debossed. Pitting.
(3.) HD911 (IHC LOGO) - - 7.5". Number and logo debossed (indented). Excellent with original red paint.
(4.) HE911 (raised dot) and (IHC logo) - - 7.5". Number debossed, logo embossed.
(5.) HD911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". Number debossed, logo embossed. Poor with pitting, crack.
(6.) HE911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". All markings debossed (indented).
(7.) HD911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5". All markings embossed. Poor with crack, pitting, painted.

PiCs Choice Lots 62 thru 64

Choice Box 065: Lot of Five Locking Type Pliers
(1.) NO. 2610 - SEYMOUR SMITH SNAP-LOCK - PAT. NO. 2514130 / SEYMOUR SMITH & SON OAKVILLE, CONN. USA - - 9.5" Vise Grip type with lower pivoting jaw, release lever and jaw opening measurement markings. Patented by Justin Smith of Watertown, Conn. and Leif Eriksen of Oslo, Norway, May 27, 1952. Good+.  PAT.
(2.) CRAFTSMAN (with an "I" in a circle logo" - 9 45341 / MADE IN USA - - 8.5" Vise-Grip type. Good++.
(3.) SHUR GRIP CO. - PAT-PEND. - ROCKFORD, ILL. - - 9" Vise-Grip type patented. Feb. 07, 1950 by Walter E. Pugh and Roy Champayne of Rockford. Short nose version Good+.
(4.) VISE-GRIP - DEWITT, NEB - U. S.. PAT. 2280005 - APR. 14, 1944 - OTHER PAT. PEND. - - 9" early stamped steel pre release lever model. Good+.  PAT.
(5.) SAMSON LEVER JAW WRENCH - PAT APPL'D FOR - - 9.5" Vise Grip type locking pliers. Good+.  PAT.

Choice Box 066: Lot of Five Locking Type Pliers
(1.) 910C GRIP LOCK / CHANNELLOCK INC. MEADVILLE, PA. USA - US PATS. 2531285 - 2576288 - 2997903 - - 9.5" complicated locking pliers with a sliding adjusting collar. Patents by Fritz and Reiner Rommel, Allendorf, Kreis Marburg, Germany; Edward Manspeaker, Turtle Creek, PA; and Murray Eisenberg, New York, NY. Excellent, like new. (similar to S274)  PAT.
(2.) 910 GRIP LOCK / CHANNELLOCK INC. MEADVILLE, PA. USA - US PATS. 2531285 - 2576288 - 2997903 - - 9.5". Like 910C Channellock pliers Lot 66-1 above except has a plastic cover on the end of the handle. Excellent, like new. (S274)
(3.) NO. 1607 - SEYMOUR SMITH SNAP-LOCK - PATENTS PENDING / SEYMOUR SMITH & SON OAKVILLE, CONN. USA - - 7" locking pliers. Excellent.
(4.) CRAFTSMAN PROFESSIONAL 45028 - ROBO GRIP USA / PATENTS 4651598, 4662252 USA - - 7" locking pliers with plastic handle covers. Excellent. Patented Mar. 24 and May 5, 1987 by William A. Warheit of Butler, Penn.  PAT. and  PAT.
(5.) NO. 1607 - SEYMOUR SMITH SNAP-LOCK - PASTENTS PENDING / SEYMOUR SMITH & SON OAKVILLE, CONN. USA - - 7" locking pliers. Some minor pitting.

Choice Box 067: Lot of Five Locking Type Pliers
(1.) NO. 11 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - PATENT NO. 2,3885,480 - OTHER PATENTS PENDING - - 11.5" Locking Pliers. Rare large size with smooth jaws rather than seriated as usually found. Patented Feb. 19, 1946 by Francis A. Snell, Chenango Forks, NY. (S278)  PAT. Good++.
(2.) NO. 9 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - PATENT NO. 2,3885,480 - OTHER PATENTS PENDING - - 8.5" Locking Pliers. Good++
(3.) NO. 7 - BMC MFG. CORP. - BINGHAMTON, NY - PATENT NO. 2,3885,480 - - 7" Locking Pliers. Good+.
(4.) PLI-WRENCH PAT. 2489057 - WHALE TOOL CO - NEW YORK, NY - - 9" with curved lower jaw with pivoting insert that resembles a pelican. Patent was issued to Ernest St. Laurence of Minneapolis, MN on Nov. 22, 1949. Some pitting. (S275T)  PAT.
(5.) HUSKY 5472 USA - - 9" locking pliers with release lever. Excellent.

PiCs Choice Lots 65 thru 67

Choice Box 068: Lot of Seven KRAEUTER (Newark, New Jersey) Pliers.
(1.) KRAEUTER 305-7 / THE VICTOR - - 7" stylish slip joint pliers with wire cutter and screwdriver end. (S1060T)
(2.) KRAEUTER - - 6.5" slip joint pliers with excellent plated finish.
(3.) KRAEUTER 40-6 - - 6.5" thin slip joint pliers.
(4.) KRAEUTER 46-6 - - 6.5" slip joint pliers.
(5.) KRAEUTER 356-5-1/2 - - 5.5" slip joint pliers.
(6.) "K" in a diamond logo - 4700-6-1/2 - - 6.5" diagonal cutting pliers.
(7.) KRAEUTER 4501-6 - - - 6" diagonal cutting pliers.

Choice Box 069: Lot of Seven KRAEUTER (Newark, New Jersey) Pliers.
(1.) KRAEUTER 356-10 - - 9.5" slip joint pliers.
(2.) KRAEUTER 356-10 - - 10" slip joint pliers.
(3.) KRAEUTER - PAT. PEND - - 8" older style pliers.
(4.) KRAEUTER 1801-6 - - 6.5" side cutters.
(5.) KRAEUTER 1801-6 - - 6.5" side cutters.
(6.) KRAEUTER 1851-6 / GIANT NIPPER - - 6.25" nippers.
(7.) KRAEUTER 1851-6 / SUPREME NIPPER - - 6.25" nippers.

Choice Box 070: Lot of Ten KRAEUTER (Newark, New Jersey) Specialty Pliers.
(1.) KRAEUTER 4501-6 - - 6" diagonal cutting pliers.
(2.) KRAEUTER 4501-5 - - 5" diagonal cutting pliers.
(3.) KRAEUTER 4501-4-1/2 - - 4.5" diagonal cutting pliers. Some pitting.
(4.) KRAEUTER 4501-4-1/2 - - 4.5" diagonal cutting pliers. Excellent.
(5.) KRAEUTER 1611-6 - - 6" round nose pliers.
(6.) KRAEUTER 1611-6 - - 6" round nose pliers.
(7.) KRAEUTER 1661-6 - - 6" needle nose pliers.
(8.) KRAEUTER 1771-7 - - 6.5" needle nose pliers.
(9.) KRAEUTER1661-6 - - 6" needle nose pliers.
(10.) KRAEUTER 83 - - 5" needle nose pliers.

Choice Box 071: Lot of Seven KRAEUTER (Newark, New Jersey) Double Open Ended Wrenches. Older style with the "K" in a diamond logo. 5.25" to 10" long.

Choice Box 072: Lot of Nine KRAEUTER (Newark, New Jersey) Double Open Ended Wrenches. Older style with the "K" in a diamond logo, Includes Three extra thin types (tappet wrenches?), three regular double open ended, and three double open ended S-wrenches. 4.5" to 9.25".

PiCs Choice Lots 68 thru 72

Choice Box 073: Lot of Nine Alligator Wrenches. Including two The Elgin variants, a Vaughan & Bushnell No.1, a Hawkeye, and a Neverslip.

Choice Box 074: Lot of Six Adjustable Automotive Wrenches
(1.) 9 IN.. AUTO - FORGED STEEL / MFD BY CRESCENT TOOL CO - JAMESTOWN, NY - USA - - 9.25" high quality auto type wrench. The Crescent brand auto type wrenches are several times better made (and scarcer) than most of the more common auto type wrenches found. Good+.
(2.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - (with the "B" in a diamond logo) - - 8" side screw adjust. Good++.
(3.) BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - (with the "B" in a diamond logo) - - 6.25" side screw adjust. Good+.
(4.) K-9 - PAT. NOV 13, '00 - MAR 11, 'O2 - MANFD BY FRANK MOSSBERG CO. - ATTLEBORO, MASS. (with two Mossberg logos) - - 9". side adjust. Good with hammer damage on back of lower jaw assembly.
(5.) E - BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. (double struck) - (with the "B" in a diamond logo) / C. E. BILLINGS PAT'D FEB. 18TH, 1879- - 6.75" center screw adjust.
(6.) E -THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. - HARTFORD, CONN. - (with the "B" in a diamond logo) - Also marked ORD. DEPT. U.S.A. (Ordinance Dept.)- - 6.75" center screw adjustable wrench. Excellent with most of the original black finish.

Choice Box 075: Lot of seven Assorted Wrenches
(1.) BRITISH MADE - - 4.25" center screw adjust bicycle or pocket wrench, one side exposed variant. Excellent.
(2.) A-1 - PAT. NOV 13, '00 - MAR 11, 'O2 (with two Mossberg logos) - - 5" (closed back variation). Good++.
(3.) PROTECTION - THE LAVIGNE & SCOTT MFG CO, - NEW HAVEN, CT - PAT FEB. 5, 1895 (all markings in a circle logo) - - 4.75" center screw adjust bicycle wrench. Patented by Joseph P. Lavigne of New Haven, Conn. Good. Similar but much rarer than Lavigne & Scott's Sandow wrench. Poor with weak markings not all readable.  PAT
(4.) SUL / MADE IN GERMANY (marked on edge of shaft) - - 6" wedge adjust nut wrench. Excellent.
(5.) Unmarked - -6,5" steel self adjust wrench. Good++.
(6.) Unmarked - - 3" small cast double open ended wrench.
(7.) STEVENS-WALDEN WORCESTER - MADE IN USA - - 3" odd little double open ended tool identified from a catalog listing as a "Cab Tire Wrench Twister". Used to twist and tighten the wire used to hold bicycle and other small tires on the rim. Good+.

Choice Box 076: Lot of Nine Mixed Wrenches, Etc.
(1.) ONEHANDER - 10" / CHROMAVAN - MADE IN GERMANY - - 10" self adjust wrench. Serrated jaws variant. Light pitting.
(2.) Masterench - 8" smooth jaws, round hole variant. Excellent.
(3.) VACUUM GRIP - NO. 87 / SNAP-ON TOOLS USA - - 7.5" diagonal cutting pliers
(4.) Marked only with Utica Tools' three diamond logo - - 7.5" gas pipe pliers. Good++.
(5.) Marked only "GERMANY" - - 5.75" round nose pliers with the "suction cup" design on the handles. Excellent.
(6.) - PAT. 3-8-21 / FORGED STEEL PRODUCTS - NEWARK, N.J. USA - - 7" slip joint pliers with the "suction cup" design on the handles. The Forged Steel Products Company was founded in 1920 and their products were sold by Snap-On till 1945 when they were acquired by Snap-On. The design patent was issued to Earl W. Myers on New York, NY. Good++.  PAT
(7.) Marked only "3-15-1921" - - different ratchet and handle. Patent was granted to Solomon A. Campbell of Newton, Mass. Excellent. First one I've seen. (not listed)  PAT
(8.) LEADER SP'LTY CO / IND PLS, IND. / PAT. 7-15-24 - - 6.75" internal screw wrench for spuds and pipe nipples. Patented July 15, 1924 by Claud J. Mick of Indianapolis, Ind. and assigned to the Leader Specialty Co. same place. Good++. (not listed)  PAT
(9.) LAROCK WRENCH 3/4 IN / PATD APRIL 1915 - - 12.5" compound leverage tongs type wrench. Patent was granted to John La Rock of Chicago, Illinois. Rare wrench but in poor condition because of severe pitting.  PAT

PiCs Choice Lots 73 thru 76

Choice Box 077: Lot of Seven A. G. Coes Jog Bar Monkey Wrenches with the Steam Engine Governor Logo. Includes one 8", one 10" (no logo variant) four 12" and one 18".

Choice Box 078: Lot of Six Monkey Wrenches, Including a Coes Jog Bar and a Coes Mechanic's Wrench. All in poor condition.

Choice Box 079: Lot of seven Monkey Wrenches. For parts or restoration.

PiCs Choice Lots 77 thru 79

Choice Box 080: Lot of Six Coes 10" Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches

Choice Box 081: Lot of Five Coes 12" Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches. Including a jog bar type with steam engine governor logo and a replaced handle made from leather washers. (Lot No. 5)

Choice Box 082: Lot of Seven Coes 8" Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches. Including two jog bar types with the steam engine logos (Lot Nos. 1 and 6)

PiCs Choice Lots 80 thru 82

Choice Box 083: Lot of Seven Early Merrick-Coes and Bemis & Call Threaded Shaft Monkey Wrenches. All Poor to Fair condition. Good for parts or restoration.

Choice Box 084: Lot of Seven Wood Handled Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Can only read COES - WORCESTER MASS - - 12" early Coes with plugged lower jaw and short flat, handle nut. (probably HP6)
(2.) Can only read CHAMPION - - 12" Coes with short, flat handle nut. Handle crack. (HP11?)
(3.) ROBINSON PATENT JUNE 16, 1885 - - 12" Coes type monkey wrench with the adjusting screw supporting ferrule. Handle is chipped and cracked.
(4.) TRADEMARK COES (in oval) / BILLINGS - MADE IN USA (with a "B" in a triangle logo) - - 10" knife type wood handled nut wrench. Last Coes wood handled monkey wrench manufactured. Good Plus. (HP66).
(5.) Looks like a Coes Champion but miss stamped and double stamped markings - - 6.5" Good+.
(6.) W. J. LADD - NO. 77 - NEW YORK - - 6.75" Coes type monkey wrench. Good.
(7.) A. G. COES with steam engine governor logo - - 6.5". Good with some pitting over the logo.

Choice Box 085: Lot of Nine Monkey Wrenches. Fair to Good+ condition.
(1.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER - MASS. USA (straight line variant) / MADE UNDER L. COES PAT'S - STEEL - - `10" all metal. Good (HP56)
(2.) RAILROAD SPECIAL Dual marked J. H. WILLIAMS and W & B (Whitman & Barnes) also UNION PACIFIC - - 8" all metal.
(3.) RAILROAD SPECIAL - WARRANTED - W & B (Whitman & Barnes) - - 6.5".
(4.) P, S, & W. CO. - - 6.75". Wood handle is missing.
(5.) BEMIS & CALL CO, - - 6.5" all metal.
(6.) GIRARD - - 6.75" wood handle.
(7.) Unmarked - - 6.5" wood handled.
(8.) Unmarked - - 6.5" stubby wood handle.
(9.) FORGED STEEL BAR / 344 - - 6.75" with short wood handle.

PiCs Choice Lots 83 thru 85

Choice Box 086: Lot of Eight Wrenches and One Spiral Reversible Screwdriver.
(1.) MADE BY T. A. HOWARD & SON - BELFAST, ME / PAT. MAR. 1, 1892. - - 13.25" wooden handle automatic spiral screwdriver with bit. The first reversible spiral screwdriver marketed.  PAT
(2.) C619 / APPLETON MFG CO - BATAVIA ILL USA - - 8".
(3.) Unmarked - - 9.25" Ford Model "A" type auto wrench.
(4.) Unmarked - - 8" curved handle Crescent type adjustable wrench.
(5.) Tower &Amp; Lyon - - 4" center screw adjust bike wrench. Poor, broken lower jaw, pitting.
(6.) MASTERENCH - - 6" self adjust nut wrench. Pitting.
(7.) Unmarked - - 5.5" side adjust bike wrench. Grind marks.
(8.) OVB (Our Very Best Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett's trademark) - - 5.5" alligator wrench. Pitted.
(9.) Two sockets one Japan 5/8" sparkplug type, 3/8" drive and a Craftsman (double line V type) 3/4" 12 point 1/2" drive.

Choice Box 087: Lot of Seven Farm, Etc. Wrenches
(1.) EMERSON - - 10".
(2.) CP4003 (Chattanooga/IHC) - - 8.5" with hammer head. Painted black, pitted,
(3.) B (Janesville Machine Co., Later Samson Tractor Co.) - - 9". (R2-256)
(4.) Unmarked - - 5" hex by square oddball.
(5.) 12171 - ROBINAIR U.S.A. - - 9" three hex opening flat wrench.
(6.) C111 (Roderick Lean - Mansfield, Ohio) - - 8".
(7.) Unmarked (Oliver RP5415) - -10.5" flat steel.

Choice Box 088: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches
(1.) 379 (South Bend Chilled Plow Co.) - - 8.25". Pitted, open end broken off.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 8" oddball. (pictured on Rathbone's Oddball page R1-504)
(3.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 10.75" three opening S-wrench.
(4.) Unmarked - - 12.5" Farmer's style six opening S-wrench.
(5.) Unmarked - - 8" three opening hitch pin-wrench.
(6.) A10397 - - 13" lineman's lag screw wrench. Excellent.
(7.) M. KLEIN & SONS / CAT. 3146 - - 13" lineman's lag screw wrench. Painted green.

PiCs Choice Lots 86 thru 88

Choice Box 089: Lot of Eight John Deere Wrenches. All uncleaned and most need a little TLC
(1.) JD52 - - Reverse markings.
(2.) JD52
(3.) JD52
(4.) A5234 / DEERE MANSUR CO
(5.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO
(6.) A522 / DEERE MANSUR CO
(7.) Z2 SYRACUSE - - Two hammers
(8.) VAN BRUNT / D380 with JD logo

Choice Box 090: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 8" loop handled ratchet with 13/16" hex opening. Some pitting.
(2.) NO. 10 - DIAMOND (in a diamond logo) - FRANK MOSSBERG CO - ATTLEBORO, MASS USA - PAT'D. NOV 13, '00 - PAT'D MAR 11, 'O2 - - 5" side adjust bicycle wrench. Good+ with former owner's id "JH".
(3.) RIDGID E-110 - PAT 3015246 / RIDGE TOOL Co. - ELYRIA, O. - - 10.75" all metal offset, adjustable wrench for hex nuts. Jan. 02, 1962 patent was issued to Walter Buyer of North Olmsted, Ohio. Good++ with most of the original finish.  PAT
(4.) WAKEFIELD NO. 19 - PAT'D NOV 14, 1922 - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS. USA. 9". auto type adjustable wrench. Good.
(5.) GIRARD (in a diamond logo) - - 10" all metal monkey wrench with patented handle. Good+.
(6.) TRIMO - - 10" all metal nut wrench with U-shaped adjusting nut guards. Good+.
(7.) Unmarked except for former's owner's initials "SW" - - 7" Coes type monkey wrench weird handle made of a brown paper material and right handed adjusting threads. Odd handle material but it does look original. Good++. (not listed, no info found)

Choice Box 091: Lot of Ten Misc. Wrenches
(1.) ARNHOLT (Badger Arnholt?)- - 7" Deering pattern. Some light pitting. (R1-21)
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 7" cast wrench. Pitting.
(3.) Whitman & Barnes (can't read markings) - - 8" wood handled, threaded shaft monkey wrench. Good.
(4.) BOKTO / PAT. APPLD. FOR - - 4.5" eight opening cast aluminum alloy dogbone wrench. Excellent.
(5.) d14 (orphan) - - 6" Planet Jr. type. Good++. (not listed, no info found)
(6.) Marked only 13 & 8 - - 4.75" forged doe.
(7.) Unmarked - - 5" extreme s-doe wrench.
(8.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 5" cast mult-opening wrench.
(9.) QUARTZOID - G / DURASPEED - G - - 9" fire sprinkler wrench.
(10.) Unmarked - - 5" flat steel spanner.

PiCs Choice Lots 89 thru 91

Choice Box 092: Lot of Six Alligator Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 14".
(2.) TWIN ALLIGATOR WRENCH NO. 2 / MFG. BY ROEBLING - TRENTON, N. J.F - - 10".
(3.) EDMONDS METZEL MFG CO - CHICAGO - UNIVERSAL GRIP - APRIL 3, 1906 - - 8". Poor can't read most of the markings.
(4.) 50 - PAT. - - 7"
(5.) Unmarked - - 7". Some pitting.
(6.) BUHL SONS CO. - - 5.25".

Choice Box 093: Lot of Six Alligator Wrenches
(1.) NO. 1 (in a shield logo) / Can't read markings - - 5.25".
(2.) 485 (with two Mossberg logos) - - 5.5", Poor.
(3.) Unmarked - - 5.5".
(4.) AMERICAN SAW CO - TRENTON, N.J. - ALLIGATOR PAT'D / 1 - - 5.5"
(5.) VAUGHAN & BUSHNELL MFG. CO. NO. 1 - - 5" Good++ with plating.
(6.) DUCK BILL / JR. (a Simmons Hardware Co. brand name) - - 5"

Choice Box 094: Lot of Six Misc. Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked (orphan) - -10.25" four opening wrench.
(2.) HOOSIER BELLE (St. Joseph Mfg. Co. - Mishawaka, Indiana) - - 9.5". Severe pitting. (R1-238)
(3.) FAMOUS OHIO / M625 - - 5.75". Excellent with original finish. (R1-357)
(4.) RITTER 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 (same markings both sides) - - 7" brass?.
(5.) KING PLOW CO / ATLANTA-GA - K55 - - 9". Pitting, not cleaned. (R1-283)
(6.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 6.25" oddball with hammer head.

PiCs Choice Lots 92 thru 94

Choice Box 095: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches
(1.) AERO TOOL CO. - BURBANK, CALIF. U.S.A. - BW74 - - 15.5" barrel bung wrench.
(2.) Marked only "1/2" - - 8.5" silo type with open handle.
(3.) T C I W - A183 - - 15" heavy wrench with single square opening.
(4.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9" oddball with six openings.
(5.) Unmarked - - 5.75" cast steel oddball with four openings.
(6.) 1/2 H. W. / "D" in a diamond logo - - 7" silo type with open handle.
(7.) TENNESSEE STOVE WORKS / CHATTANOOGA, TEMM - - 8" CAST HANDLE?

Choice Box 096: Lot of Six Misc. Wrenches
(1.) FORD (script) - - 8" auto type adjusting wrench without drain plug extension variant.
(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. Painted.
(3.) SMITH'S H200 - - 8.5" forged soe welding/bottle wrench.
(4.) REGULATOR WRENCH / 6245430-50 - - 8.5" doe welding/bottle wrench.
(5.) 106 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8". (R1-332)
(6.) Unmarked (Melotte Cream Separator) - - 7.75". Excellent with original black finish. (R1-325, R2-197)

Choice Box 097: Lot of Five Misc. Wrenches
(1.) FORDSON - 2 ("M" in a circle logo - - 6" doe.
(2.) 6" Masterench Chrome VANADIUM / HELLER BROTHERS CO. - NEWARK, NJ.- PATENTED 4-14-25 - 7-5-27 (with horse logo) - - 6" self adjust wrench with serrated jaws and hex hang hole variant. Good++.
(3.) 10 RR NO. 370 - 5/8 - 1/2 - - 14.5" cast doe-s
(4.) QUAKER - - 9.5" cast stove tool.
(5.) LEROY / 37 - - 11.25". Weld repair. (R1-291)

Choice Box 098: Lot of Eight Misc. Wrenches
(1.) 12349 - - 6.5" oddball with cast wrench with rivet steel open end.
(2.) W21 (Red Top Lawn Mowers sold by Shapleigh Hardware) - - 4.25"
(3.) 5074 - E. C. STEARNS & CO / SYRACUSE, N. Y - - 4.5".
(4.) "EASY" NO. 2. (H. K. Porter) - - 6.75". Easy Bolt Cutter wrench, Excellent with original finish.
(5.) ARMSTRONG / NO, 3 - - 5.5".
(6.) 1036A with a "M" in a shield logo (Philadelphia Lawn Mower Co.) - - 6.25".
(7.) REMINGTON - - 6". Remington Sewing Machine Wrench. Some pitting. (R1-393)
(8.) CARBIC MFD. CO.- NO. 117 / DIAMOND (over a diamond logo) - DROP-FORGED - - 6.5" welding/bottle wrench.

PiCs Choice Lots 95 thru 98

Choice Box 099: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches,
(1.) THE MIEHLE (Miehle Printing Press and Manufacturing Company, Chicago, ILL.) - - 9" double open end.
(2.) 367 / (Vlchek logo) 1/2 - 3/8 - - 12" doe-s wrench.
(3.) set of twelve flat steel ignition wrenches. Some marked QUALITY STEEL.
(4.) 371 - - 5" doe,
(5.) AC TD 1214 - - 5" flat steel soe.
(6.) BONNEY / 1 - - - - 3" thick doe.
(7.) FOR USE ONLY WITH / THE PERFECT VALVE SPRING LIFTER - - 3.5" cast soe.

Choice Box 100: Lot of Eight Misc. Wrenches.
(1.) DIAMOND CALK HORSE SHOE CO.- DULUTH (same markings both sides) - - 7.5" horseshoe calk wrench.
(2.) 3" cast scythe snatch wrench
(3.) 9 (orphan) - - 6" Planet Jr. type wrench with small hammer head.
(4.) ALCO TOOL CO. -BRIDGEPORT, CONN. - - 5.25" flat steel. Modified jaw opening.
(5.) "OXWELD" - - 4.25" forged welding/bottle wrench.
(6.) USMC (United Shoe Machinery Co.) - - 6.75" doe.
(7.) 635G - - 6" small buggy wrench type similar to known Pennsylvania Lawn Mower wrenches.
(8.) 5074 - E. C. STEARNS & CO / SYRACUSE, N. Y - - 4.5". Excellent with plated finish.

Choice Box 101: Lot of six Misc, Wrenches
(1.) RONSON ALLIGATOR - PATENTED - - 8.5" combination tool with an alligator wrench, several hex and open end wrenches rethreading dies, a screwdriver and bottle opener. Decorated with a figure of an alligator with scales. Designed patent was issued to Louis V. Aronson of Newark, NJ on Jul. 09, 1918a  PAT.
(2.) "NEVERSLIP" - - 5" flat steel double alligator wrench.
(3.) E. C. STEARNS & CO - SYRACUSE, N. Y. - - 5.25" cast mult-opening wrench.
(4.) 966D BILLINGS - 5/8" - - 6" tee handled hex docket.
(5.) Unmarked - - 5" flat steel hook spanner.
(6.) MANN BONE CUTTER (F. W. Mann Co. - Milford, Mass.) - - 4.75". (R1-308)

Choice Box 102: Lot of Six Misc. Wrenches
(1.) HOLLAENDER MFG. CO. CINTI. O. / NU-RAIL RATCHET - - 4.5" male hex drive reversible ratchet/
(2.) BILLINGS & SPENCER - - 6" curved handle Crescent type adjustable wrench.
(3.) BOOS TOOL CORP - K.C. MO. - PATENTED - - 8" Turn Handle To Adjust wrench. Both jaws are smooth variation. Patented by Joseph B. and Lyal R. Boos of Kansas City, MO. Good++. (see S381)  PAT
(4.) BOOS TOOL CORP - CHROME-MOLYBDENUM - K.C., MO.- PATENTED - - 8". Serrated top jaw and smooth bottom jaw variation
(5.) THE ELGIN PAT JUNE 8, 97 - EXTRA JAW 25¢ - - 7" adjustable alligator. Patent were issued to Henry Smith of Elgin, IL and William Frenk of Dundee, ILL. (S35)  PAT.
(6.) PERFECT HANDLE - SIS WRENCH - - 8.75" all metal monkey wrench.

Choice Box 103: Lot of six Bicycle, Motorcycle and Pocket size Wrenches
(1.) SPRINGFIELD DROP FORGING CO. - SPRINGFIELD, MASS U.S.A. - - 5.5" bicycle wrench.
(2.) Unmarked - - 5" different style center screw adjust bicycle wrench.
(3.) U. S. (in a diamond logo) / MADE IN U.S.A. (Peter Lowentraut Mfg. Co. of Newark, New Jersey) - - 5.25" bicycle type wrench.
(4.) WAKEFIELD WRENCH - MADE IN WORCESTER, MASS / NO. 8 - PAT SEPT 4, 1900 - - 6.25" motorcycle type wrench. Patented by John E. Wakefield of Worcester, Mass. Modified jaws. (S124)  PAT.
(5.) Unmarked - - 5" bicycle wrench.
(6.) MOSSBERG NO. 2 - - 6.5" bicycle type wrench.

PiCs Choice Lots 99 thru 103

Choice Box 104: Lot of Six Buggy Wrenches. Including a H78 orphan and Eberhard 2320C and 2330D.

Choice Box 105: Lot of Seven Misc. Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 5.25" side adjust bicycle wrench.
(2.) 6" MASTERENCH - CHROME VANADIUM - PAT. 11-12-26 / HELLER BROTHERS CO - NEWARK, NJ - PAT 4-14-1925, 7-5-1927 (with horse logo) - - 6.25" self adjusting wrench with serrated top and bottom jaws and hex box wrench in end of handle variation. Patented by Earnest E. Lynch of Hilmar, Calif. and Homer A. Mead of Turlock, Calif. Scarce small size. Good++. (S328)  PAT
(3.) FITS-ALL - - 6" dogbone wench. Excellent.
(4.) U. S. WRENCH CO. - BOHN QUICKFIT - PAT '24 - PHIL. PA - - 5.75" wedge adjust nut wrench. Patent was issued to George Bohn and Fred Werner both of Milwaukee, Wisc. on Jan. 22, 1924. Good++. (S547, C308)  PAT
(5.) WALWORTH MFG. CO. - BOSTON, MASS. / STILLSON - - 7" wood handled pipe wrench. Good++.
(6.) B & C (Bemis & Call) / 6 IN. - -6" s-handled Crescent type wench. Good+.
(7.) COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - PATENT PENDING / PATENT PENDING - COCHRAN SPEEDNUT WRENCH - - 9". Design patented by Walter Taylor of Chicago on 5-2-1916. Good+ with small drilled hang hole. (S320m, C96)  PAT.

Choice Box 106: Lot of Five Monkey Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - -10" threaded shaft wooden handle monkey wrench. Good.
(2.) 10" Coes knife type wooden handled monkey wrench. Good++ but markings not readable.
(3.) Z786 - A - Z788 with IHC logo (IHC part M446) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench with hex adjusting nut
(4.) Z786 - A - Z788 with IHC logo (IHC part M446) - - 8.25" all metal monkey wrench with ridged adjusting nut
(5.) 1E - 2E / (IHC logo) (IHC part 4E) - - 9.25" all metal monkey wrench solid handle variation.

Choice Box 107: Lot of Ten Misc. Wrenches
(1.) FORD (script) / T1917 - - 5.25".
(2.) FORD (script) - - 10" Model "T" sparkplug and cylinder head wrench.
(3.) FORD (script) -U.S.A. - - 5.25" doe.
(4.) C. F. & CO. / QUALITY - - 8.5" buggy type wrench but probably for sparkplugs. Excellent.
(5.) NEVERSLIP - PATENTED AUG. 17, 1897 - - 9" horseshoe caulk wrench. Patented by James Johnson of New Brunswick, New Jersey. (S887)  PAT.
(6.) TWIN / W & B (Whitman & Barnes) - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 9.75" double ended alligator wrench. Excellent.
(7.) T147 (Grand Detour Plow Co.) - - 7.75". Some pitting.
(8.) Unmarked (Pennsylvania Lawn Mower Works No. 1418) - - 5" thin cast hex box by sq box. Excellent. (parts list picture only at R1-375)
(9.) H & D (Hench & Dromgold - York, Penn.) - - 7.25" with a small hammer head. Small square opening below large jaw variant. (R-1228)
(10.) Unmarked - - 4.5" cast oddball.

PiCs Choice Lots 104 thru 107

Choice Box 108: Lot of Six Welding and Bottle Wrenches
(1.) A913 - - 9" with eight openings with sizes marked on wrench.
(2.) Unmarked (orphan) - - 9" with six openings.
(3.) PREST-O-WELD - 51 - - 7.5"
(4.) AIR PRODUCTS (script) - 32-0156 - - 8.5" with eight openings.
(5.) NATIONAL (script) - - 9".
(6.) OXWELD (script) - 85 - - 8".

Choice Box 109: Lot of Six Welding and Bottle Wrenches
(1.) SMITH'S / F123A - - 6".
(2.) SMITH'S / G-122 - - 6".
(3.) OXWELD (script) - NO. 46 - - 6".
(4.) OXWELD NO. 1 / OXWELD NO. 1 - - 5.5".
(5.) PREST-O-WELD - 52 - - 6".
(6.) OXWELD NO. 1 - - 5.5".

Choice Box 110: Lot of Six Welding and Bottle Wrenches
(1.) OXWELD (script) - 132 - - 7.5".
(2.) VICTOR RT-20 / PROTO MFD USA. - - 8".
(3.) OXWELD NO. 1 / OXWELD NO. 1 - - 5.5".
(4.) SKELGAS - - 5.5".
(5.) SMITH'S MADE IN U.S.A. / G-122 - - 6". Pitted.
(6.) SMITH'S / G-122 - - 6".

Choice Box 111: Lot of Six Welding, Bottle, Valve, and Hydrant Wrenches
(1.) WALWORTH - G-1 / V-V862-A - - 10".
(2.) 1-88 - - 6.25".
(3.) FORD WABASH / NO. 1 - - 3.75" by 6.5" tee handled pentagon socket.
(4.) MUELLER / 51363 - - 3.75" by 4" combination tool with pentagon socket.
(5.) AIRCO / 110378 - - 4.75".
(6.) HUDSON - - 4.75". Aluminum.

PiCs Choice Lots 108 thru 111

Choice Box 112: Lot of Seven Welding, Bottle, and Valve Wrenches
(1.) a. C. f. - C-2 / 443 - - 13" valve wrench.
(2.) BUCKEYE / DAYTON OHIO - - 10.5" bulk tank wrench.?
(3.) WHEATON - 6 - - 10" valve wrench.
(4.) Marked only "6" and "3/4" - - 7.25" single square box ended wrench,
(5.) M215EE - - 7" oddball combination wrench with six sizes, came with Craftsman welders. Some pitting.
(6.) NATIONAL (script) - N. W. E. CO. - 927 - - 7". Excellent.
(7.) Unmarked - - 6.25" bottle wrench.

Choice Box 113: Lot of Eight: Seven International Harvester G3170 Wrench Variations and One G3526.
(1.) (IHC logo) G-3170 - - 10.75", Variation No. 11.
(2.) (IHC logo) G3170 - - 11.75". Variation No.?
(3.) I. H. CO. G3170 - - 11.5". Variation No. 46.
(4.) (IHC logo) G-3170 - - 11". Variation No. 19.
(5.) (IHC logo) G3526 - - 11.75".
(6.) (IHC logo) G-3170 - - 11,75". Variation No. 17. Pitted.
(7.) (IHC logo) G-3170 - - 11". Variation No. 19.
(8.) (IHC logo) G3170 - - 11.75". Variation No.?

Choice Box 114: Lot of Five International Harvester G3170 Wrench Variations
(1.) I. H. CO. G3170 - - 11.75". Variation No. 46. Some minor pitting.
(2.) I. H. CO. G3170 (IHC logo) - - 11.75". Variation No. 6. Some light pitting.
(3.) I. H. CO. G.3170. - - 11". Similar but slightly different to variation No. 75. Pitting, bent.
(4.) (IHC logo) G-3170 - - 10.75", Variation No. 8.
(5.) G3170 (only markings readable) - -11.75". Some markings ground off.

PiCs Choice Lots 112 thru 114

Choice Box 115: Lot of six J. H. Williams Wrenches
(1.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - BROOKLYN-BUFFALO, U.S.A. - - 22" double opened s-wrench.
(2.) J. H. WILLIAMS & CO. - BROOKLYN - 662 - - 5" doe-s wrench.
(3.) WILLIAMS U.S.A. / 967A SPECIAL - - 14.25" extra long tee handled socket wrench.
(4.) WILLIAMS U.S.A. / 967A SPECIAL - - 14.25" extra long tee handled socket wrench. Handle has weld repair.
(5.) WILLIAMS U.S.A. / 967A SPECIAL - - 14.25" extra long tee handled socket wrench.
(6.) LIGHT SERVICE WRENCH - 677 (Williams "w" in a diamond logo) - - 7.25" soe-s wrench.

Choice Box 116: Lot of Six Misc. Wrenches
(1.) 7350A (Wm. E. Pratt Mfg.. Co. - Chicago) - - 6.25" doe-s wrench.
(2.) WILLIAMS - CIN;TI, O. / 1.4 - 1-1/4 - - 6.5" valve wrench?.
(3.) No. 275 (two Mossberg logos) / A. A. F. - - 8.5" doe stamped steel wrench.
(4.) Unmarked - - 7.25" fireman's bed wench with six openings.
(5.) 7338C / (E in a circle logo) (Eberhard Mfg. Co, - Cleveland, Ohio) - - 8.25" doe-s wrench.
(6.) THE MIEHLE (Miehle Printing Press and Manufacturing Company, Chicago, ILL.) - - 13" double open end.

PiCs Choice Lots 115 thru 116

Choice Box 117: Lot of Five Stove Ash Shaker Handles
(1.) ROUND OAK / BECKWITH ESTATE
(2.) Unmarked
(3.) Marked only "83"
(4.) Unmarked
(5.) Unmarked

Choice Box 118: Lot of Seven Stove Lifters and Ash Shaker Handles
(1.) Unmarked
(2.) Unmarked
(3.) 5-6-12 - - Enameled. NOS.
(4.) 5-6-12 - - Enameled. NOS.
(5.) Marked only "158"
(6.) R016 - - Plated.
(7.) PENN - - With cutout designs.

Choice Box 119: Lot of Six Automotive Tools
(1.) INDESTRO SUPER - 3428 - U.S.A. - -13" combination brake tool. Excellent, like new.
(2.) V31 / V32 - - 11" cast valve spring compressor.
(3.) KEN TOOL - G17 - - Universal drain plug wrench with eight sizes.
(4.) K-D 505 - MADE IN U.S.A. - -Plastic shaft with rubber suction cup hand valve lapping tool\.
(5.) K-D MFG. CO. - LANCASTER, , PA. - - 11" valve spring compressor.
(6.) OTD - - 12" tie rod separator pickle fork.

PiCs Choice Lots 117 thru 119

Choice Box 120: Lot of Six Automobile Hubcap Wrenches
(1.) Unmarked - - 14" combination hubcap and lug wrench with a tire tool end. Buick?
(2.) 9227 A (orphan) - - 12". (no info found)
(3.) Unmarked - - 9" early Dodge and Plymouth hubcap wrench.
(4.) Unmarked - - 10.5". Packard hubcap wrench.
(5.) Unmarked - - 8.75" EMF and Studebaker type hubcap wrench.
(6.) Marked only with a Mossberg logo - - 8.5" Ford Model "T" hubcap wrench.

Choice Box 121: Lot of Six Automotive Wheel and Tire Tools
(1.) RIL - Tire Lever 240mm - - 9.25".
(2.) Unmarked - - 10" Model "A" tire tool.
(3.) Unmarked - - 10" Ford Model "T" and early Model "A" tire tool.
(4.) THE H. D. SMITH & CO. - MADE IN PLANTSVILLE, CONN. USA / "PERFECT HANDLE" PATENTED - - 13" 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+.  PAT.
(5.) Unmarked - -13" tire iron. (no info found)
(6.) Unmarked - - 13.25" lug wrench and jack handle for 1924 thru 1927 Chevrolets.

Choice Box 122: Lot of Seven Automotive Wrenches
(1.) FAIRMOUNT 299 SPRING SHACKLE GREASING TOOL - - 9.5". Excellent.
(2.) MAXWELL - 4 - - 9.5" double open end.
(3.) MAXWELL - 1 - - 5" double open end.
(4.) A1311 - E-M-F CO. - DETROIT - - 6.75" double open end.
(5.) 647 BATTERY TERMINAL - 5/8 - 9/16 - - 6" double box end.
(6.) PR206 - SENTRY - USA - - 6.5" slip joint pliers. These pliers are correct for 1957 thru 1966 Chevrolet Tool Kits. First one seen with the "Sentry" markings. Good++.
(7.) TAPPET ADJUSTING WRENCH - SCREW AND NUT - - 8".

PiCs Choice Lots 120 thru 122

Choice Box 123: Lot of Eight Automotive Wrenches
(1.) 3Z647 - - 10.25". Ford service wrench for connecting rod clamp bolts. Weak markings.
(2.) Overland (script) / 300699 - - 11.25" similar to Ford sparkplug/cylinder head wrench.
(3.) 7Q-6164 - 1/2 - 7/16 (Dodge Brothers) - - 5" doe.
(4.) MAXWELL - 2 - - 5.25".
(5.) TIRE CARRIER WRENCH / 678225 (with backward "S" logo) (Studebaker Truck wrench) - - 9". Pitting.
(6.) NASH - 3 - - 8".
(7.) HERBRAND (script) - TRANSMISSION BAND - GASOLINE LINE - - 9" flat steel doe.
(8.) Unmarked - - 3" sparkplug socket.

Choice Box 124: Lot of Seven Ford Sparkplug and Cylinder Head Bolt Wrenches. Including Model "A" and both old and new style Model "T" types.

Choice Box 125: Lot of Seven Marked Ford Tools. Model "T", "A" and early V-8 tool kit wrenches.

PiCs Choice Lots 123 thru 125

Choice Box 126: Lot of Five Automobile Hubcap and Wheel Lug Wrenches
(1.) 2272 and a "C" in a diamond logo (orphan) - - 12.5".
(2.) Budd Wheel Corporation - STRIKE - STRIKE / Philadelphia PA USA - 2956 - STRIKE - STRIKE - - 10.75" wire wheel wrench. Poor, rusty, pitted, cracked.
(3.) Marked only with a Vlchek logo - - 8.75" EMF and Studebaker type hubcap wrench.
(4.) FAIRMOUNT CLEVE. - - 8.5" EMF and Studebaker type hubcap wrench.
(5.) AF310 / 4 and an "A' in a circle logo (Chevy No. 24334 c.1923) - - 8.5" lug wrench with hammer and pry bar end. Good++.

Choice Box 127: Lot of Eight Automotive Wrenches
(1.) Marked only "5" (Dodge Brothers) - - 10".
(2.) TAPPET WRENCH - - 8.5".
(3.) CTK. MFG. CO. (Chicago Tool Kit Mfg. Co.) / SP1 - - 8.25". (see R1-74, R2-106)
(4.) KING (orphan) - - 7.5".
(5.) MAXWELL - 4 - - 9.5".
(6.) MAXWELL - 3 - - 8".
(7.) 2418 - WALDEN WORCESTER - - 9" double socket wrench.
(8.) TIRE CARRIER WRENCH / 678225 (with backward "S" logo) (Studebaker Truck wrench) - - 9" Good++.

Choice Box 128: Lot of Ten Ford Model "T". Model "A" and Early V-8 Tool Kit Wrenches.

PiCs Choice Lots 126 thru 128

Choice Box 129: Lot of Ten After Market Automotive Mechanic's Wrenches
(1.) R385 WALDEN WORCESTER - - 16" double box end.
(2.) 1620 WALDEN WORCESTER - - 9.5" three hex socket wrench. Rusty, socket crack.
(3.) 2326 HERBRAND (script) - - 12.5" open end by offset hex socket.
(4.) 2519 WALDEN WORCESTR - PAT. OCT. 22, 1918 - - 8" handled hex socket.  PAT.
(5.) 3620 WALDEN WORCESTER - PAT. PEND. - -11" hex box by hex socket.
(6.) 1020 WALDEN WORCESTER TEEFLEX - - 13" tee handled swivel hex socket.
(7.) TOMAHAWK / 7/8" - 13/16" - - 8.25" doe.
(8.) 625 RAY - - 7" by 9.5" L-handled hex socket.
(9.) 629 RAY - - 11" hex box by hex socket.
(10.) Unmarked - - 4.25" by 10" tee handled hex socket.

Choice Box 130: Lot of Seven Misc. Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 11.5" spiral automatic screwdriver with wooden knob.
(2.) STORIZ - -10" wooden handled What's It tool with flat end.
(3.) JORVET (Jorgensen Labs - Loveland, Co.) 66 - - 8" stainless steel trocar, a pointed veterinary instrument for use on bloated cattle. Missing the tube.
(4.) WHISLER AUTOMATIC - PAT'D MAR. 9, 09 - - 8" screwdriver bit holder attachment for a drill brace. Patent issued to Albert Whisler of Burlington, KS.  PAT.
(5.) Unmarked - - 9.25" "Perfect Handled" type wooden handled screwdriver.
(6.) Unmarked - - 7.5" wooden handled tool holder.
(7.) DISSTON U.S.A. - - 4.25" cast saw blade holder with thumbscrew, No saw blade.

Choice Box 131: Lot of Four Misc. Tools
(1.) PAT. AUG. 1, '76 - REISSUED JULY 17, 1877 - - 6" leather cutting gauge. Patent was issued to James Potter of Chicago, IL. Probably made by C. S. Osbourne.  PAT.
(2.) 92 CP - - 4" metal stamp. Labeled ones read: "The Bloodhound Thief Catcher Reg. U.S. Pat. Off." with a bloodhound logo.
(3.) BOKER U.S.A. - - 9" revolving head leather punch.
(4.) Unmarked - - 13" mop holder with crank type wringer. Probably Edward Hilker's (Chicago, ILL.) patent No. 758753 issued May 3, 1904. Handle is missing.  PAT.

PiCs Choice Lots 129 thru 131

Choice Box 132: Lot of Six Misc. Tools
(1.) Unmarked - - 16" twisted wire What's It.
(2.) YANKEE - NORTH BROS (with several patent dates) - - 12" wooden handled spiral ratchet screw driver.
(3.) "HI-SPEED" WIRE STRIPPER - HOLUB INDUSTRIES INC. - Sycamore, ILLINOIS U.S.A. - PAT. U.S.A. 2313793 - CANADA 414214 - PATS. PEND - CANADA 432496 - PAT. 1952 - BRITISH 655254 - - 7" automatic wire stripper. US patent issued March 15, 1943 to Stuart G. Wood of Rockford, Illinois.  PAT.
(4.) BLUE DIAMOND - - 7" saw set.
(5.) 38495 - 38496 - - 9" part?
(6.) Unmarked - - 8" wooden handled What's It.

Choice Box 133: Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) THE BILLINGS & SPENCER CO. / NO.2 - - 9.25" adjustable spanner wrench.
(2.) RAJAH - PAT. 1858418 - MADE IN U.S.A. - - 10" wire terminal crimper patented 5-17-1932 by Charles Rowley of Bloomfield, New Jersey. Excellent.  PAT.
(3.) 16 IN. - BET'R-GRIP / 16 IN, - J. P. DANIELSON CO. INC. - JAMESTOWN, N.Y. U.S.A. - - 16" Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good++, not cleaned.
(4.) Marked only "1/4" and an anvil logo - - 12" tong type wrench.
(5.) GELLMAN WRENCH CORPORATION - ROCK ISLAND, ILL - USA - POLLY (script) / PATENTED APRIL 17, 1923 - DROP FORGED STEEL - 12 IN. NO. 121 - - 12" external spring version. Patent was issued to by Israel Gellman of Chicago, Illinois. Good+. (S522)  PAT
(6.) D. R. P. - - 11" pivoting head handled socket. Pitting.
(7.) B & C (Bemis & Call) / 12 IN - - 12" curved handle Crescent type with open handle. Good+.

Choice Box 134: Lot of Six Monkey and Pipe Wrenches.
(1.) Whitman & Barnes - - 6" wooden handled monkey wrench.
(2.) COES WRENCH CO - WORCESTER MASS / L. COES PAT'D MAY 15, 1900 STEEL BAR - - 6". with wooden knife type handle. Some light pitting. Marking variation of HP52.
(3.) Unmarked - - 6" wooden handled Coes type monkey wrench..
(4.) WALWORTH / GENUINE STILLSON - - 8" wooden handled pipe wrench.
(5.) ACME - - 8" all metal twit handled nut wrench. Pitting.
(6.) PAT SEP 7, 97 / 31 - - 9" wood handle version of the Vandegrift patent monkey wrench. Some hammer mushrooming. (S966, C313)  PAT.

PiCs Choice Lots 132 thru 134

Choice Box 135: Lot of Five All Metal Monkey Wrenches. All as found not cleaned.
(1.) Bemis & Call trademark logo / P. & L. E. RR. (Pittsburgh And Lake Erie Railroad) - - 15". Unusual rounded top?
(2.) Stamped "P & L" (Pittsburgh And Lake Erie Railroad?) - - 12".
(3.) UWANTA WRENCH CO - MEADVILLE, PA - - 12".
(4.) PAT. SEP 97 - 26 - - 7" cast Vandegrift's patent. Pitting.
(5.) BEMIS & CALL - - 8".

Choice Box 136: Lot of Four Monkey Wrenches
(1.) BEMIS & CALL - - 12.5" wooden handle monkey wrench with hex adjusting nut. As found, not cleaned.
(2.) BEMIS & CALL - - 1`3" wooden handled combination nut and pipe wrench with long hex adjusting nut. Good++.
(3.) BEMIS & CALL - - 15.75" wooden handle combination nut and pipe wrench with three ring adjusting sleeve. Poor with lower jaw crack, handle crack.
(4.) Unmarked - -18" all metal Bemis & Call type nut wrench with hex adjusting nut. As found, not cleaned.

PiCs Choice Lots 135 and 136

Choice Box 137: Lot of Six Cast Farm Wrenches
(1.) F (Farquhar) - - 6.5". Excellent. (R1-176)
(2.) D203 (Moline Plow Co.) - - 8.5". No star logo variant. Good+. (R1-332)
(3.) H911 (IHC logo) - - 7.5" Deering pattern. Excellent, rough casting.
(4.) M55 (Stoddard Mfg Co) - - 8.5" doe-S wrench. Jaw crack. (R1-441)
(5.) M189 - - 6.5" pitman wrench. Some very light pitting. (R1-5)
(6.) A504 (Gehl Bros. Mfg. Co. - West Bend, Wisc.) - - 10". Good++.

Choice Box 138 Lot of Five Farm Wrenches
(1.) 01982AB (Case T. M. Co. - - 13" tractor hubcap wrench. Flat variant. Good+. (R1-78, mistakenly under Case Plow Works listing)
(2.) 46CL - Case Eagle logo (Case T. M. Co.) / CASE MADE IN U.S.A. - - 8" by 8" Tee socket wrench. Good++. (R1-82)
(3.) R20 (Burch Plow Co, Crestline, Ohio variant?) - - 7" by 8.5" combination tee. Painted, some pitting. (Rathbone pictures different wrench, see R1-71, R2-46)
(4.) A. M. & CO. / A. M. & CO. (orphan) - - 12" doe S-wrench. (no info found)
(5.) 172 (J. D. Adams & Co. - Indianapolis, Ind.) - - 10.5". One size open end variation. Edge hammer damage. (R2-2)

Choice Box 139: Lot of Seven Farm Wrenches
(1.) VULCAN PLOW CO / EVANSVILLE IND. - - 7.5". Pitting. (R1-475)
(2.) 95 and a "CH" logo (Vulcan Plow Co, Evansville, Indiana) - - 7.5". (R1-475)
(3.) M19 (Emerson-Brantingham, later Case T. M. Co.) - - 7" pitman wrench. Pitted.
(4.) P.P.CO / 100 (Pattee Plow Co - Monmouth, Illinois) - - 8". Jaw crack. (R1-373)
(5.) R. S. Co / CD82 (Racine-Sattley) - - 5.5". Jaw crack. (R2-257)
(6.) A-882 (Acme - Peoria, Illinois) - - 7.25" stamped steel. (R1-4)
(7.) 707 (orphan) - - 4.5".

PiCs Choice Lots 137 thru 139

Choice Box 140: Lot of Ten Pressed Steel Wrenches
(1.) SAW STUD WRENCH - 266 - - 7" double hex box ended wrench.
(2.) GULMITE - - 6: single square box end.
(3.) NIAGARA - 1-1/4 - 1-1/8 - - 6" doe.
(4.) RICHMOND INC. - MONROVIA, CAL. U.S.A. - PATENTED - - 6.5" odd tubing wrench with forged head..
(5.) WELD - MAYSVILLE, KY. U.S.A - - 5.5" eight opening wrench.
(6.) DORCY - - 5.5" ten opening wrench.
(7.) Red Head (in script) PLUG WRENCH / EMIL GROSSMAN CO. - DETROIT - NEW YORK - CHICAG0 - - single hex sparkplug wrench.
(8.) 7693 - ST. W. - 11/32 - 3/8 - - 5" offset doe wrench.
(9.) B.G.W. CO. - - 5" doe-s wrench.
(10.) SARGENT - - 7" four opening wrench with a hook spanner.

Choice Box 141: Lot of Nine Steel Wrenches
(1.) LCN CLOSERS INC - PRINCETON, ILL - T-1157 - -8" double hex box wrench.
(2.) BINKS MFG. CO, - 5-32 - - 7" Five opening wrench.
(3.) CRAFSMAN (old style underlined type) - 5429-50 - - 7" thick welding wrench with eight openings.
(4.) APPLETON FITTINGS UTILITY TOOL NO. 2000 - 1/2 - 3/4 - - DROP FORGED MADE IN U.S.A. 3/4 - 1/2 - - 8" multi-conduct tool.
(5.) DEVILBISIS - WR-103 - - 8" thirteen opening wrench.
(6.) SKF - 1-11/18 - -7.75" hook spanner.
(7.) BLACK & DECKER (in script) - 33901 - - double hex box wrench.
(8.) C. DREW & CO. - 11/16" - 3/4" - - 6.5" offset doe wrench.
(9.) READY-LITE - - 5" hex box by open end wrench.

Choice Box 142: Lot of Nine Misc. Wrenches
(1.) L. C. N. - - 9" six opening wrench with a hook spanner and screwdriver blade.
(2.) STARBUCK - -10.25". Missing the hook spanner on the end. (see R1-437)
(3.) REGO 2613-8 - - 6" bottle wrench.
(4.) SCHOFIELD STRAINER NUT WRENCH - PORTLAND, ORE. - - 13" hook spanner.
(5.) E.S.B CO. - 198 - - 8" open end by odd offset open end.
(6.) JONARD IND. CORP. - TUCKAHOE, N.Y. 10707 - JIC-245 - - 4" doe.
(7.) PROTO - MFD. U.S.A. AN-8505-35 - 2-7/16 - 2-1/2 - - 12.5" large doe.
(8.) NEW BRITAIN MACHINE CO - NEW BRITAIN, CONN. - 9/16 - 11/16 - - 6" oe by box end.
(9.) 2630SW - PLOMB (with arrow logos) - 1-1/4 AM (1-7/8) - - 14" heavy striking wrench. Good++.

Choice Box 143: Lot of Fifteen Pressed Steel Wrenches. One marked OXWALD QUALITY STEEL.

PiCs Choice Lots 140 thru 143

Choice Box 144: Lot of Eight Plomb and Billings & Spencer Wrenches
(1.) PLOMB 3037 (with arrow pointed down logos) - - 8" doe.
(2.) PLOMB 3430 (with one arrow up and one down logos) - - 8.75" doe tappet wrench.
(3.) A. PLOMB - 7 - - 6.25" extra thick doe. The A. Plomb markings was used by Alphonse Plomb after 1917 when he left the Plomb company he founded.
(4.) BILLINGS 1566 - - 6.75" doe.
(5.) BILLINGS (B & S in an oval logo) - - 7" doe.
(6.) BILLINGS 1568 - - 6.75" doe.
(7.) BILLINGS & SPENCER - 1109 - - 5" doe.
(8.) BILLINGS & SPENCER - 295 - - 7" doe.

Choice Box 145: Lot of Nine Bonney and Fairmount Wrenches
(1.) FAIRMOUNT CLEV. - -10" soe tappet wrench?
(2.) FAIRMOUNT -7/8 - 3/4 - - 9" doe.
(3.) 3719 FAIRMOUNT - - 8.75" doe.
(4.) FAIRMOUNT CLEV. - - 5" doe.
(5.) FAIRMOUNT / 5/8 - - 6.5" soe.
(6.) 1166 BONNEY - - 9.25" comb. oe by box end.
(7.) 1729 BONNEY - - 7.25" doe.
(8.) 29F (Bonney shield logo) - - 6.5" doe.
(9.) 1723 BONNEY - - 4.25" doe.

Choice Box 146: Lot of Thirteen Misc. Wrenches
(1.) INDESTRO / 7/8 - 3/4 - - 7.5" oe by box end.
(2.) (Whitman & Barnes logo) - 550 - - 4.5" doe.
(3.) 6" DIAMOND - A265 - - 6" Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good++.
(4.) VLCHEK - 21 - - 3.75" doe.
(5.) DUNLAP 3/4 - 5/8 - - 7.25" doe.
(6.) DIN 895 - 17 - 19 - - 6.5" doe.
(7.) BARCALO - 19/32 - 1/2 - - 5.5" doe.
(8.) HINSDALE - BE-12 - - 4.25" oe by box end.
(9.) HERBRAND VAN-CHROME - NO. 173 / FOR USE ON VALVE STEM NUTS ONLY- 11/16 - 3/4 - - 6.5" double tubing type wrench.
(10.) (Vlchek logo) - 29 - - 7" doe.
(11.) FKF - STUBAI - AUSTRIA - 19 - - 5.25" soe.
(12.) (Whitman & Barnes logo) - 500 - - 6.25" doe-s.
(13.) ARMSTRONG 5B784 (Caterpillar) - - 9" doe. (not in Rathbone, found in Caterpillar Parts Book)

Choice Box 147: Lot of Ten Misc. Wrenches
(1.) DREADNAUGHT - 3/4 - 5/8 / MOLYBDENUM - MADE IN CANADA - - 7.5" doe.
(2.) ARMSTRONG - 3126 - - 10.5" oe by box end.
(3.) OTC (Ottawanna Tool Co.) - - 6.5" double box ends specialty tool.
(4.) WALDEN-WORCESTER - 3/4 - 5/8 - - 7.75" doe.
(5.) (Mossberg logos) - NO. 234 - - 5" doe.
(6.) WHITAKER - 11/16 - 7/8 - - 7.5" doe.
(7.) WAKEFIELD NO. 45 - - 5" doe. Pitting.
(8.) WHITAKER - 1-7/16 - 1-1/4 - - 11" doe.
(9.) NONE BETTER - 1723 - -5" doe.
(10.) WHITAKER - 1-7/16 - 1-5/8 - - 11" doe.

PiCs Choice Lots 144 thru 147

Choice Box 148: Lot of Nine "No Name" Forged Wrenches

Choice Box 149: Lot of Six Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) ERIE TOOL WORKS - ERIE, PA. USA / AUTO NO. 14 - - 15" self adjust wrench with pivoting upper jaw. Good Plus. (S337)
(2.) LOVE MFG. CO. / ROCKFORD ILLS / PAT JULY 6, 1897 - - 12" tongs type tool made especially for gripping windmill pump rods. Patent not found. Good++.
(3.) THE JOHNSTON AUTOMATIC - PAT JULY 30, 1895 & PAT. APD. FOR - WILLIAM B. VOLGER - NEW YORK USA - J. C. EDERLEY (owner's mark) - - 15" self adjust with pivoting upper jaw. Mfg. by W. T. Johnson & Co. New York. Patented by Walter Johnston of Macon, Georgia. Good with weak markings, light pitting.  PAT.
(4.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. CO, / 14 INCH NO 84 - BUFFALO, NY USA - - 14" S-handled Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good+.
(5.) 8" 75A BEMIS & CALL CO / B & C SPRINGFIELD, MASS. USA - - 8" Crescent type adjustable wrench. Good++.
(6.) ACME (weak markings, not readable) - - 11,75" twist handle monkey wrench, Lower jaw assembly has two cracks.

Choice Box 150: Lot of Seven Adjustable Wrenches
(1.) CARLL / PAT'D MAY 6-13 - - 6" Crescent type with reversible jaws for nuts or pipe. Patented by A. B. Carll of Boothwyn, Penn. Good++. (S568)  PAT
(2.) WESTCOTT - THE KEYSTONE MFG. / 6 INCH NO. 76 - BUFFALO NY USA - - 6" S-handled Crescent type wrench. Rare pipe jaw variation. Some pitting, repainted.
(3.) 6" Forged Blue-Point ALLOY STEEL MADE IN U.S.A. / SNAP-ON TOOLS CORP.- KENOSHA, WISCONSIN - - 6" Crescent type. Excellent.
(4.) 6" RIDGE TOOL CO. / 706b RIDGID - U.S.A. - - 6" Crescent type. Excellent.
(5.) Whitman & Barnes ACME - - 8" twisted handle monkey wrench. Unusual adjusting nut on top rod variation.
(6.) THE BAY STATE / PAT APL;D FOR - - 6" double ended ratchet wrench. Patented by Peter Lord of Worcester, Mass on Jan 15, 1901 and manufactured by the Bay State Tool Co. of Boston, Mass. and later (after 1906) by the Tudor Mfg. Co. of Boston, Mass. Good+. (S164)  PAT.
(7.) UNIVERSAL SPANNER WRENCH - TU / PAT. PENDING - - 10" hook spanner. Good+. (patent not found)

PiCs Choice Lots 148 thru 150

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